Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01472
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1 / I: Blanding Out r- ,I 4-County UnitAction

t'I As Possible I

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I AEC Location II I

I Camp ULindlnn Ls out of the 5jr Ai

.lumiliu. as a pouibla! bite! for To Seek EOA Funds

the location of the Atomic

Energy'' Ccuuiiisslon's $J4H

fJt million ntomuniveleiator. !'e'W"anh I

) laboratoty. it was I .. .. 35 Attend
I !learned. tide wiek.Ooiectlcni .'" '''III Organizational
1 by the State Dismissal Asked "i I
Vm.ory Uo.nI: I Fiji'tdit National i ; "

1 .. .ih. ala.Aroken Ouaidl I to uUlnu up apt Meeting Wednesday
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sible 5.000 acres. for moie On Timber Suits 1 .4 4I
.)f 'Its Blanduu! i reservation Mjllne Reddinga11S
mop handlevrliiger*. and even metal. .
folding; huira placed.. exhibit
"enI. on j
SeniorGirl i An oriruniKutionitl' meeting to form. a communityaction
an. "weapon" used! by rioter' 'In heir' tussle. with pi-tarn. guard, ellmlnatea UluivlliiM from thecotisldciatlon I
of the ABC Inspection By 5 CompaniesA Ki""iiP WUI held I U'etiH'stlay! afternoon at the

s.r-,oadda.nInmate's team, \lsltlnn/ Floikla Dies City' ItriTMitlon. (Outer on Pratt. St. I

Testimony Big Factor this week The Oovernor'a office i 1'ho Hruilfonl County Economic; Agency was tho

Is reported to have parsed In Hiuitiii motion to tlUnilH. the nvo I 1 niiiH; for the organization eoct! .'il l by those! present:
the word Unit, us loiin as other <; Hint entered by tlnvborlaitdii the
at I\wetlnae.
FloilUa Rites were available o onus against llniJI'oi l Coilnly I
8 Of The purpose\ of the w animillon with the. other three /IIIPrvtna-
13 Found
GuiltyIn there. was no nerd to disturb Accident Tux Culls. -ttur J. K. Kelly h I
la tn purtlclpiite 'In Its alteinalen.", Those Melrots
[ the Armory Board's property WH Bled I I In Circuit: emu her.
evadable! tironriinii under the were Jerome John. Rodney", P.
Th N'lillnul. Oiiii d h" Ueiio
Aloiuliiy by> Hhaw uttorney
Kconomic: O"'IIIIIlth'lI, Art Ji. h.iw, Mr KaluhIVivinall.
i | Hull, Ruby > *
been expending Its axe of tragic hunting accident for the County (\mimlnHlllll. -
Prison Riot Trial Hid lining:: uiKt! It in b'deed. aa the, season 01"| eiied i enrlSHtiiribiy > :33 J pei'noM.t" irpiviiMltlnil civic I.rlolnrlliht.. Robert -
II-- and I'uunl" ornnnlviiitUins' : \ iitul' Hcolt Roy Carrol', William
that even grenU-r use will be reaming, claimed. thelife The' nuiln, brought by Ray'
offices nttPiiiti-il th- lIu..lh1ltVt'ellII"IC'"J'
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Uinnli Dr
I T. Holland Harley
made of the of I 17-yenr-oM 1 MaxineJoyce :
eivaUuii In the nu< Inr. .
i< r, Container t'orjH' .>riltmn \ .
and I vole) to adoptstatute
A. Y. Joyce Rl
future, not only by the National Itwtillns, ; of '......Ifly .uxhe OAvitM-IllliiolH' llllniiin COvlngton
(,IP \ 'llriuiroitl. County .
herd KetUltah Ttioy
A six man jury, after two hours! deliberation convicted 8 of 13: Rnifonl Guard but also! by Sp falFoirex I Hut In n clump of hlh l'npr Co.. mil NrUmi! II "::1"01111111III'III'Y Inc" whl..hWI" Miynnt
will serve' sublerl! ) to theirreptatMe. are
!inmates: on riot churre I late Friday afternoon. All of the defendant were" units Home of whichtrained griias near the New River I'ut *- .Itl.sker iitlli-KO HSNttMniiientM l>yllounly "''hlll'' "h"l hy itching chairman until the firm annual

Negroes. there!! last summer The II.i : Tax. Assessor (lone! P T Nolln ,
nwpilivtr of the nrimnlntlonwhlrli
Convicted. and sentenced to statement, before allowing It defense.Seven" Armory Board also conJucti. Deputy' Sheriff Iloliert IJreen I..nar I tut the lln,1.1:\ tux roll are Tlionf, prr ei\t\ also l, upprovisluitlrlen t 'those prc* >nt \V..tne". -

consecutive terms were:: Benny admitted t aa evidence over' the other wlln...... tell' an extensive forestry. operation said.' the Bradford' Illxh 8.'hool U""I1I1lIlIdllr\, > ,and lltegiil. :I- ... of lii-oiniriitloii, | anJ dar achrrliilPcl\ for the mirth

Brooks. 9 year. 8 month;: strong objections. of Public the 1 fled for the state earlier 'mi the property senior was xhot Once gear. f the The plaintiff naked the courtto bylaws! for this oniniiliuiMoit\ Monday' In May

Richard E. Devoe Willie Hillman fender, R. A. Green and bill i Thursdiy.. describing tIe, not Still uixier, ,'ln..I.l itratlun. Uithe heart with n ,3'i: cullbie, rifle set a VHluntum' nil. the land Veteran Deputy whirls were> .read l HIK. | .'I|>li loPI The need for KOA: programs
Johnny William Jr., 9 xu-ralletl. HeliUiold trai-t She wu. the Uiihter' if !Mr Involved and .slats. t to enjoin 1 )
aaaoclatea. Rene Shaw and scene and attack upon themelve || < I'I t>v MUrkB Attorney (horse In Hraiiiford County U reve'If'ft'
years 10 month: James K. .' James Pierce.In and other correctlon.il about two mile mil of HluiKl- .and l .Mrs! (aide II lte.l"linc| Kelly fioin taking Hlepniiiuln Dolph Reddish/ IMrrwI'leice. .kh !the '1940() census, report
rig boo'.11' the '
Laselter Carl TPaschel8' the taped atatement.' o flk ers when they, imcmptml and rivutlon. Who live if|t 8)1-) 191: 'In n.ntli- .t thrm fur non-pxYu.lrn t I Iuf I piewnteil. two net of' .hlc'h, ahow 37,7rt of t Bradford.
year, 10 month; Jimmy Lee I Brook wild he wan talking to quell the dis1u1b.ime IVriiu-y Fitrmt It 1 U !eported west HriKlford. County taxes. tamed. uii the. new note Back On hy-lnw for approval nm, for famllle fall 'Into the 'low In-

Thornton and James Wedded, "of hla own free will" to tell I i In testimony Wednesday fternoon I II :> that the owner Of this ItaiuUII U Wllkerson.. 33.: of .rtimsnient Duty the local cuiinlv, UI'IIRIIIl'llitlolI' coimt bracket of those having

{ 7 year. 10 month the way thing were lie, said 4 I and Thursday. niorn. 1 itroM| rly hoi. mu
  • 6000 acre.available .Ijiwtey, II mM.md eoiiitln. of The. .motion to .illnmlna.. Idled.I I I t the other for an overall. trap.nrutinn ,ices. than a tl.OOO annual In-

    'In Mentenctino; each of the the commotion in the dining I trig some ten Kalford ofllcer I> without cost, to the Mice rteddlnx'. told l offliershe by the Tax' Collator, seeks to It wiis Ilnptitv Uul"h l|> llodllHh I i which, will "be connwedof romi. The ptmrrnm available

    defendant. Judge J. C. Adkln hall was to be n .signal. for a I .stated. they had' been anmiulted Con'lm.On: Pall. Two I IJue I taw a move-ment In tJie bllCh U-M the .Niifnrlency. of (the < nuiiln Wednes.l.iy. itt one I Iof lepieHCiitnllven" m tilliienl under EON me teeUned. to

    I Jr aaid ha wo. taking: Into j; general' by one or Ihe de K' IMK and tired. 'IhinklnK ItWHS plunders' the. neve M'>n* ol Hhcilff! ( iiiKunl/utlon" In, Clay tUMltt wii-n\ nrexly fHmtllea

    <:consideration:: !: the amount of I!I and that plansgwnehlupotrrnl' III I'', fetvl.int' w/.tile/ Krtsrok tnopi!' a turkey He auk! the rpruvlNluns| of lha P I II) KrilillMi. irtinni'tl' 1 to the, Union Iliiiilfniil, mvd linkerCotllillen l\IW 'Inroms* thwHuih' non

    time each. had nerved In pun- power the guard .end r..1. I or broom handles and heav motion of the urns. resembled "JiiHt vain law" Lang' r.1 I dulled. hr .lenUiliCil... tliiee and I iCUIIIII profit, nriianlZMttona.. such, nil

    "Uhment cell follow, the '. other prisoners on death metal mop ringers. I ill* movement, of a tuikeyfouiity sowed. nil .laml, in' a half. venrv HMO to ucrrpt. aI 111'. 1':0I'1"lIerllm.':< ) .* arc tho "HradforJ Economic Agra

    riot and the part. according to row and in the maximum I One officer. It J Joiner tolo JI...,. T A. Yawn j County: with the average!! on i I job lit the Comp JIllion hu available only to roiiivlle.* nririiloni cy: 'Inc "

    testimony given each playedin security section. Uiuoks how Taachal and another In- f said, an 'Investigation. of the 1111I11..1 i | l being u'tat 1 Jual maintenance ulioyn.\ t'llor. tot \ ImvliiH. P p.n> ilalloit of A
    the, uprising.Fegpd j admitted fixating with correc- I Continued( On Pa*. Two! accMritt. by)/ (te sheriff. de- under iso( per ucie.'. The I1n,- his \iPHUnullon. Dainty Its'" l-lcllsn l' ::11\! \ nun( ( In 4D.OIM l<..01.| .le, Brad. primary area. of concentration ;.-

    l ._4rG1ee NY tt............. ,I llotu''t.rncer.*; '*nrl claimed. t<> |nitme l |m4lia...*.. that" an 1 bet tnnifuinle. 'nwlntfl/fl'Unit, ,. t hIM nerved In t the aiipr-, ford Cminty, '. hv Johilnif., with for the newly formed are

    1 Jarihee II. Allison. : Irvin' have Mean William hitting lmii. ..st lain the I death wan this. .In ex. e olve, 'In Blew of Iff''office/ mine shun. five Its. thrrc''iifliihh' ciMintl'. thin group are Recreation and

    Brook; Nathaniel' Undoay1Donald> ; I and kicking. Officer Joiner Police Dept. lest nei-en.nryVllkernon. earning front their h""lIn".1" ,, yrar. 'Into n multl-foiiritv oriianlfinlion .. Ilrnlth. Th. 1ff'lId..l.rt. ."'0-

    Jules Payne, and I William and Hillman. \ cuss,. 241 feet from In t..lie county. "It'a !gootl. to l b. 'Uick." whlili. ran mart till. re- tram and the Nelghboihood

    Roun<\tr.e. i punching and kicking flicker To Get Pair l ''he girl clue, he flied. Mia 11),.. nv. plaintiff. own urn. Dolph Haul,, upon ntai'tltig' hit nnliement. will( .sir able tU'I"I'' Youth Corp

    At the time of their sentence Tilly Hillman. William ItfiVllns; mile. fur help itnil, l Me .a total, of 7.1,140 acres in, first shift Wnlnewlay' after. ''li'l/ |>.ile, in, nut...' lerelve IMIIHfltn Purse nt at Wertneerlay'a

    Ins, Hlllman and Paacell deed'1 i}*voe and I uatter gang up Of Ramblers tin ran to her. Wllkerson told Inn county, mule than, H Chlrd'' noon. "'1111' hors me, longer tin,,, Ihlll() federnlly,'. nixui1'iieil iniwtlng were' R A. Hamilton,

    they be
    examination and were told llama slugging Officer Stone. sr gel ( he girl's .mother who wa. rvigeShrinera, .." 'will retain. Jinlwllctlon' over and rduar. Crawford -

    they would receive' an opportunity who dazed. t and blessing wasj I A low bid of $3.348 by ill the ItmlilriiK. home. about. .a its own 'pi-o. |.Tti, I Cliah-mnn of the linker

    to take uch an exam trying to get out when WIII. i I DodcU Auto Bait was ax-cept quarter., mile. .easy"" But when At the meelUiK. Nollu .point County group

    ination. I llama knocked him down ami' I''!i ed by Slarke'i city council t h* cot hark, t.. the were the SetBarbecue Cub Scouts Set i
    Benny Brouka. RK'hard De- started kkklng him. '| replace the city' two bulk 'GATi girl, was dead. ,. l rptity (ireen. I Tuesdny Meeting ..i"icy In f 01.fiii.IK the setae "llradford OmntV KconomlnA

    voe, Willie Hillntan. and Johnny Hrook also Implicated olh cart with a pair of RambleAmbassador Huh. I Miss le
    William welt the defend- I er defendants. a. having. pur1tirlpated 1II0'aDodd kllleil almost Instantly. (hub rUiiul. .I'.... k 7(1 of Htiukwxvlll .. .11I"" ( to coniiiH'lice II'| 1 p m Deeemner 1th "Ih..)

    ants moat 'frequently mentioned In the riot ....t.n ![ wa nearly $40O lies: v Ttie si. client. a-..urr..1 l at air. The. larks Mlirlne Club willstam.lr hold. ) It* "'1("iu" "monthly. F'bnierv, r..-...*Linn renter
    In the tentlmony of the attack upon correctional ofAccra [|' his nearret competitor and Uv (ironlniately U 3H a.in while a | H l>..rl'>eciii* .ul..1'| | ,nl fining ill 7 :tll') pin Tili'l'ly' All of I Ih.we present sl t We<|

    state. wltn_.. lie said the riot council unanimously scuepICC' tit fog hung "Ver the areanear 'the I Kit lig roil niN Kiilunl y | Nov 3.1.: ,ill the. Kirxl. Alellio' ,,_".y', "mrrtlnu weie. Riledi .' 4
    oral{ low bed a motion[ bCouncilman night' Nuv 2O. frum a :'in( to. 91 I Officials
    Eight other Inmate are ae- taged l because inmate h-ul''' the" on PT: New &Itlver l>eputyireen 'hi.1,1 Hint C'hurih in Hl/irko. Thai"will >lim" i'MKT" to th.. Alllil'' .* otm '
    'PiYM-riif'. '
    m ,
    Hfber Goodman p fruit /
    cUlled of participating; In the heard the prtatm was on probation 1 se sulil' Miss Ifeddina' ; was. he a rvrniiioriy illIIII'UlljC* 01 I poratkin. Mini a* itw'niberiof
    f will .lay ase.l l I.. Given Good
    The Rambler will rt'plllWQ help' the I. lw '
    riot at Raiford which darted and It another not occurred I a Mend" .' "whet. her untie, 'new IIub.ouhm.1'h.ro." the. Ixiaril of director, o'
    the of 27 10. over Fold, a 'moj>d a IBn ,' --- Icy' Maaonlf lx..le)( build' till''' 'lie, local. onianl/utloii. : ii xm
    on morning M.y It would be taken Arthur lled-ling. hud placed f'H I lh' "month Ii HKIi'imid I I "
    breakfast" wa* being a..nIn by the federal government motel 1 l.u.1oo' ne with it gun, waiting. for I new hall fin "property, width '| A. lileviMii.ini. with a..<
    the colored' dining hall. of theeast !Brook < lied alleged. mUlreal- Koevel'a Auto Bale"""* bl. or gulf Wilkerwin. war. not huntIng ,, has. been 'UHtiitiHl. too (.hi. purpose Hen pnrfin inliig .i *kkl \lt 'fli 1, teen .person. "'''I. .ePI

    unit of the prison. They mint of....,... .Inmate and taoClievroku w a.* second Clievtolet'low'at New Pro Hired (! with the Iteildins,' "party t | I Altar. unit, hell,. r.rrlht'e. t",, ( .tiTl, .at t the inertlng tu repre-. Fade.. .Bradford, County of-

    will be. tried at a later session poor food a* contributing. cauatmring J734. Hjllrk awl was nut aware. that XliseKeMiling The ,pun>lk I b Invited to a//tt t- I' ule.l harks' Mulrh' onI rant the lies) lanUatlon, mi.. tk'lab,,, were stern good. report.
    bid 13.BOSS* on the two carTerwlllegar >- 1 1: t tend Tickets: are $1 1 .V> j I"."i ; slur midge uiinlk .. .
    of the court. .. I was in the ores. I'It'l, M IHtlll. In smuts. released PiUlar. by
    The highlight of the state' the playliut' of (the,, Motors 83,110 At Club ilr,.iity suit Ih"\\' 1'111''t.' j !Milt) ai"Ve' a1. "ineinlier.* n' Htsvto Auditor Hi'next r.U\Joon.\

    CUM cAme late Thursday afternoon taped statement the 13 deinUnt '. and J. E. Hardy Auto Bai-* Country Miss, &KedillnK wit a II' fl.1 .5, .over all i IxMid.. of tllrector Tie' official. aril the perlonYi .

    when R. H. WUHatna. {. Mt listening quietly.sod .! U.244 on two IXKlvrs Isar of the Kvegrsen,: 'll.ipllsi, | of the audits are K* follow '

    an Investigative officer at Raj- .looking at Brnok only. *[ In other action the coon I Jo Brt: ti'lio T'W pro at itiurrh. near (t-AWley. and waaorn !. *'

    ford and the last witness called alien they heard their names ell corud-ler Die Slaikr, (.,.11 an-l Count) >< In HUrke. April l 15. 11115dt.skta Ctuir!*. Uiirnv clerk of th.
    by the stale introduced a Decided to delay 114 &1013.* tn>
    nenttoned. > her .parent, she |u cIrcuitII.rt.. AUK
    : Club I III a i -llre d Navy man
    tape recorded statement madeto t'nder questioning by Oieen.William atlon a garbage with a...n.1 Yeats esprlen"e survived by three sioters' Kl': J ra Vft. :II In$4 l< J I It Kelly tai
    him by one of the -f.1II1- testified that followng Mayor Randal Chilly rei 1 i slue. Judy' amt' Norm. lollItvldins t r.ly collector soul| Oerw Lulll tax
    home and" I M able to see'. as a pro .
    ant.. Benny Brook the Hot. Brook: wa placed ,, tuna of the mar Joe a prrof.n.ab; riy ...h', ''; (;. her |Maternal' l grandi ... -esMO Ma I 1013 tel May

    Judge Adki i ordered the In a "stripped" confinementir a demonstration two other countll- fr the fhln* with and. her stiuul great-grind j-. county ludxe. ()u+>t I t. t 1943\ t<*
    jury remover >m courtroom punishment cell on a rei.trtrted 1 appointed to investigate : Mimed liU duties" a. ;pro at !the ,, |> i
    and head. the tape diet consisting of peas men i -otintrr club last "",tur' .y and I| muUx-r. Mrs. Easter: Wllkej litne, 30. tfmfl

    and carrots in a soup form. |! 11. of a to. I beiiMn. making friends tine win both of lxtey. Tb..eural. statements foreaili
    the plUht .
    DUcuMed j
    Brook was fed this. "aoup" | I mediatelyHe .rvl...* were. held from he of th" of ik. oils follow,

    Turkey Shoot along w* A .water three time ral nvrrh.m110 had..object,..sdln', arid hU wife.. UK 111'raine Jones Memorial. Chapel. .' in I IkiibY .Aruiual reiwrt, .)

    4 .iA,.. Williams aatd. n i to purrhswln a The to l"Iorlda a chart tunic Clarke. M>in morninK eke A 11 weie, correctly filed and i presented

    2 TO) I 'P.M. been argued that to hold' licence at IM 33 C-rk pet! year MwiUKAwanU sto from BrurMwIck. Maine many. of her < Imwmatc in nte 1 1e fairly' Hie, blame and
    SIT.M1AVSTAItKE men who I ... Rev Welter Mathu e. >eiw. >e* of' the office In *omIrutarMe "
    a man seder\ such con.Jition and _,"&1 councilnim .n, re Joe wsa pro at the ln for three weeks on, a diet o.l and not I Navy-Hrunawlrk" elf Ocxu and. Kev I K Norman offj< *. proper procedureswere )
    ; KI.KS:' he Is a merchant I I .. .
    i not followed 'In .co.m'I : -
    soup" while denied I t uunseandermmed bu dne for thre- yearsWhile |
    .I.OIM5K) ; : % peddler, operate his '' ete.iHarM for tee l..o..tI"1\.4. Reel
    the ronstltutiunal. .. hi home Clerk Bdtald j in MalJJ Joe played ) a M I" the fami I Ire
    ,.)rem ..p._ behind !tie "fn.'lliefenders had not fcenarr i, In Pro-Am sill Invitational )I plot in l't,' Hran. h Cemotef ,' pt* nt record acre promptly
    of he
    For benefit HarryAnna r S
    'tt ItvWIll deposited| l anj fmouleil. In the
    Ofnce and the cunstttutional \nc.o it Ifli. !tournament wtnnimi several bailer dtrei-tlon' "
    I mat But I
    Crippled Child / right ft the prr the merchant qoaU- II* qualified a* a pro In .n I Jones funeral Home. of Htarki ky eau.hb..>>k Change were. )

    ren'a Home. jon involve I f..Kfor- <"a'*a merchant ticvm al sod. ta a POA member Cla.... adopt*'! during pronres Internal. of run.the

    At the beginning of the taped r audit to Improve
    A 5 FishermenGet
    110 :M per ,rarAuhortrrd
    ....t,,",,_. WHtiMns. was the clerk! to call i Joe served' bus. silt apptenUafdp Ir..1K..U
    and lacesacre
    heard to advise Brooks of his unl- while In the "Navy" at Trophies 1.11'.1 *
    I.ITTI.K" ; WOMEN'S( for bid 'lor employer' HK..i'tIV collected anduromptly
    right and to tell him that UMtalement bruarvsrt Point Khode<< Id+ni. f d>
    In St.
    for mil Augustine remitted. Commla-.
    C'O.1tt and would be Natal Air IMatton The Oak .
    Club Dance -I still think ..e need f r re- I .
    .'"Tertly. calrulate -
    .u i use were
    used .. ettdence Hronks was Ucenn eye'e-m." Hill Country Club. Kltchburg rve 1t..1 fishermen were
    vamp our '
    heard to waive. hu. right. ... Mrs Ruby Johns stated l .llhe I Casa The N A H Ctmrse at ......"I-t .tmphle. .in the annual' s 13'r l and billed,fairly. Annual the" opooaUnllhoc repuiUvrewctitetl

    Saturday. Night talk. to an attorney hIM a vorated such a study" Barters Point. lloivtluUi. and< rU Augustine and| Ml John .
    r ,_. of the
    Judge Adklna Instructed the 1 si Uie, "Navy" Orrff CmirxIn | 'PT am I eperwie
    7 :30( 'to 11:30 several times > County "'lhing Tuurn.m.n.'I ,; ..tt"'11 |tcor l. were well
    Jury that
    Startle, Woman'a Club considered only. at It pertainedto an antique coOrtor.' several of Navy ere a Chef Way orlkieri wee made l al a b.mg's.t. 'In the _.. kept .'CmrimbMlons. wereiuulsrty .
    -- --- lining )
    alu-ic t h> The SouUKnlrrlainmrnt Brook: and to disregard the old street lamp" onn removed i sflT. erv"" 24 wean I......-. de \_>n Motor l>...1.. .; billed Annual

    : anything said about anyone from Call Street and Joe sell. .him future plan st XI AusuirtuieThuM Five Deer For Five Men liu-oine and esperk.es" reportsof were
    els. The Judge aln" told the' the club intlut-e' ormanUlrn .
    > .
    other" parts of town poetrya.kcd rill elvln' trophies
    riled! at miuli-ad, by tow and
    $1 l "Per "I'erwon Jury that Mars the stateinentwma and alJ { coll cllnlea 'for both children ., lest h Jr., Zrxi; .
    for .
    i. &he.m"""* were f tnr in tMi V 4tlfr 0.." ut", eve .' alhlrrl. by rjelwerttu extent ,Inrome was. promptly,
    m. de while Brooks was latody resident. of Matte .paid for I I and the I ladles and Belting up plane, It 'Ih Barror...i, If A .. ,'rar. fle C'j: 'ne:> Tu winvrmrxi a' Sir,/ \1. 'r..i' : '/ i-.il I /lixi' nuiitP", > oil tale remitted Record were generally
    .. ."' it annuM .be. conai ered them" out of their own porket' a men' t.ournamnprocram IXariop. Jr. 'JOt p.o'.. SI I Ib .. ,
    1 'n> n.. it. le "i I 'j eel' 0"! "lire' I Ia tits d.r,4" crew. etutMruUy and well ken"Yawn
    The CommunityState witn _04 loa. i I In l'In They are beuw r.- UK tentaUve plan Include Cob I*. J Novak .let plea tie wildlife! rriie at ramp. .J. e> 'Hie Miena.'t. '> ('it/ .v "Biidneta' were

    Bank On the _...... Brooks refuted i jpuwed wHh, modern mercury emrninv a golf team. at BII8 i I &7 lb. Am a-r>Mk J C. Mew. hiaidlns: .Sisal wen rtudtliut> tike Itlandn A q.lU-k i-herk. at the Blandln property prepared, and folknred -

    the taped statement ... ) vapor lamp ,next year II- atao plans toi j j yer ;2ml puxe IW ItI Am_r- .' rack of the five d.er. reserve slisee Uu avoaunofiii gate i-herknul, .. -tati| >n*. 'U- Collertlese. for tk-enaen. and
    work the shop. llk ,II !
    irk Spar* Contributed said tt wa> not voluntarily' The round/) aid they would pro" # 'I Jack Paul K Can..va. (1s' .etrhel" 1 nut between III I and >..d Maturdar mortiliurThe dates "n.IIn..r' nl fleer, klll- feewere promptly renUttedKectTtla .
    should be. and roenUoned -
    WeVly to PubliViz given ths>t H was nuvto utvter be vllltng to .,,- the lalDpli p..ls>r.. 23 Ib snapper 'I1a' g.suld. f1r .da "lame. .'.d! stithCOtnm "t to sppfnlnvf.ty If" sal thetllmnber weie. well kept. Internl -
    there would be plenUy of swtf-!
    the' threat of fore U.v to airai. w>"io ..aut4'd It. !m: Mr and Mrs. 1'1. t. au.n.t-1. flue ,luv-ky. Vo.nl l itui'lf < Jn "nxirle't 7. lee ," of turkyto aptwosj- "
    co..It t>*nl* by . IrI.I.....,.. avaJUMf. for Chrfet-$ control t was.. loud
    .e or wiles aided by tM' to keep but would not recall InbuJ'1nc.. .d that .lkn<]iMit '''I';" *entiiaTth w. Kd *..l.U.eotiootli It t a t\3 area ft' q.u,' !I.rf' del rr' mares l/ Ili. a* of ate TueHjaru

    I them. aKarke.. rwntesUa. :Wit.. ; (kill Crummilt using! a miui;.- ... IV f



    nnAIJI"UlUI" .. NOV. 13, 19&1N
    _. rwirvrr 'rFLI; ;l4RAPII. r AUKR. rumm.t TfVRMD.1Y
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    I Mrs. Jessie !Morgan of Jacksonville r Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Paulkof during the riot, noting that nights, Dec, 2nd 'and 4th. and Junior Choirs 4:30.: its fourth meeting Friday CARD OF THANKS

    spent the weekend Lake City were last Friday no guns or tear gas were uHe with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. upper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Still to be tried for their on sale, showing the wrong with a place for all ages. the guests were State Wild- To all those who expressed

    Thomas Sr. Dave Paulk and:! attended, the alleged PArt In the May 27th data so an effort is being -Rev. Felder I. Rowan, pastor life Officers John Metcalf and \their sympathy in BO many

    Mrs. X. M. Smith and Ron, Lake Clty-BH3 Ram!. uprising Are: Willie Che.<*nut to inform the public of the I Mike Cook. They based their thoughtful. ways during extendour our

    Barry, and daughter. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rowe of Jr. 20. serving five years on change through additional pub- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN discussion en hunting laws for recent bereavement Blanks., we Your

    GLADYS MOOTY and ''Mrs. Smith's parents Mr. New Castle Pa. w.rc! Monday: a Dade County conviction of licity. The shift 'tin dates Is de CHURCH 1965-66 hunting season, and heartfelt will always

    Phone 964-0651 and ,Mrs. Jerry Bolden of Opa- overnight guests or Mr. ant breaking and entering! Henry signed to eliminate a conflict stated: that deer and:! turkey many kindnesses

    : locka, were In Wray, Ga. Sun- Mrs F. H. Kramer. Zelgler 19-23 years from so that more spectators con II. Walton Grady, Minister were open this season ani hogs remain a comforting' memory

    .-. day attending the 50th wed- Mrs. Margaret J1 kson: ant: Croward County on several enjoy the. football payoff, as Sun;ay, Nov. 28 !Sunday: were closed in our county. -The,amlly of Mr. Thomas

    tUrs., Arlen !McKnight, County Mr and Mrs. Jack W. Hall din anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ruth JoCiiHDn: : s.: nt last I counts of breaking and entering well as the Junior-Senior play. School, 9:43: a. m. Morning During the meeting ..e had: Clayton< Crawford.

    ..Murolng Director of Brad- 'had as weekend guests their Mrs. Frank Bryan. Friday In Ocala wi'.'t Mr. an\ i ; Horace Wade 20-lIfe, This year's play Is\ Louise Worship 11 a. m. Youth Felwshi a film on Wild Kingdom, feat- I

    forJJ Cojtmty la attendinga son-in-law, Lt George Rich Mrs. Charles Stevenson) of Mrs. Morris Jick'm Grange County Armed robbery I May Alcott's classic, "Little -;> ;>, 6 p. m. uring the Florida: Everglades. a .JJ-

    Uve J ay seminar on Public Collby of Ceoll Field and Jack Greenville S. C. is visiting Sen. and Mr;. Ch: ':-yJ: }!-n? and aggravated assault; Joe V> amen" O.:iI of -best-loved- Tnurs., D
    iMWtlfNurslng' and Adminis- sonville. Mr. Hall and Lt. Colby her grandson Charles Sawyer were in Tallahas. : lest We Louis Steel 28, serving three lories cf all time It Is ,)being 7:30: p. m. answered all qursllcn THE

    tr:won%: t'ollege'' "Nul'Bing at enjoyed deer hunting Sat I and family for several days. nwday and T/iu. slay!: J:1 taii- years from Dado County for .ducted. by Mrs. Ruth Brumbu, asked by students, COUNTY TELEGRAPH

    ,4hA'I University of Fla this urday and Sunday in the Ocala (Mr. and Mrs. Rabble,. Shaller ncss.Mrs.. >iiiarme'l robbery; Ernest\!: Prit- it senior sponsor, who 'has hau Cong. Matthews Fifty FFA mem'es: ar.1 2"0! -
    wtvlc. .;, National Forest. Other Saturday visited Mr. and! -Mrs. Don Ray E. M, H'"f, r -''n s. chett 23, serving 20 years from I t> perlence with professional attended this meeting. Published! every"Thursday;

    (T. W. BaiHden and Mrs. I guests of the Halls were Tilley in Jacksonvlll Sunday.Mr. vllle was a guest if t Mrs Vilnile /. :d:i Palm, Beach County for assault -' .+> ,icl' an.'.iteur productions: in Gives Veterans guests at 138 V. Call Si.."'"*

    MiStha'Hollway' of Jackson- Mrs. Hall's sister 'Mrs. Orpha and :Mrs. A. M. Moore l last 'rivrJay.Mrs. with Intent to commit i uicago and throughout Ne- VRA7AAK Starica, Fia. 3201)1n. :)

    vU were Saturday supper Sapp and children of Jacksonville Jr. and family of Blackshear, Laura Tl TI I'' v'' ''t'Ti7 lape; Rubin Slstrunk Jr 23, i 'HAU.: Mrs Barbara Jones, t AddressA
    !: Day AT WOKrillNtiTON.SPRINGS
    editor: sad t
    Matt&e-vj.: vs. : :: :
    gnStts of Mrs., Efne Johns. and her slster.1n.law'l Ga will ''be weekend guestsof her En-ln! -law ani .'''.:a'lter: crying seven years from Dad I junior' sponsor, who d.d: 1 surl.

    Sti::Jay/ guests !were Mr. LoulnekMa4ey Mrs. Maggie Lou Moore and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hitch Mr. and Mrs. Clau '!'e J.'1111, at County for breaking and entering an outstanding jto w.th ins; publlaherSecond ) !
    call to honor
    and Mrs. Green of children of Raiford. and Mrs. Daisy Perryman. Kills-ton); Beach. ; James Florence 23, >" U'.j set and lights, will be the memories The Worthington; S>Inj. class postage: paid

    LufeelaiMl. Miss Carolyn Hewitt Mr. and Mrs. Hoist C. Beall 1 'Steve Denmark of Gordon Mr. and:! Mr Ben. HVl an.1Mr : serving six months to 2'''a ,. uk: lending her talent to the 'of those who have died for. Civic Club will h jlj its la*. /Starke/ Fla,

    aryl; Ms Dale McClellan of of Macon, Cla. spent the week- Military College: Bnrnsvllle, and:! Mrs. H'l' "v i t'lfin.1. years from Orange County for jxnlnctlon department.: ua 'uy maintaining the strongest Bazaar en Saturday, Nov. 20 Rates:

    "VIvll_ were Monday guests end with her parents Mr. and Ga. Is home for ten day. between .- ,children jpnt' '" wpeken' fit gland larceny, Willie B. Hines The capable cast Is as follows military." posture in theaorlc' from 9:30: a. in.t38p.m. a Subscription .

    oC rl4rsb3ohrsa, Mrs. J. L. Gentry quarter semesters 1 their camp on th' C h a11; serving five years from Dade: : Darlcne Huff plays the < was suum.eJ by C...... the club hou ;e. A chicken! su.. In trade area; $3,50 per
    grea man D. R. ( Matthews
    Mr. and All's. M. E.: Flynn of I Mrs. Rosemary Erhard was Mrs. Wanda Blagg of Brooker River County for breaking and en-, part of Meg, the oldest daugh- Billy) per will bs: ser'vt< from S p. m year. ; S2.OU mx months.
    DiQtonft* Beach were' visiting i honored on her birthday witha Mrs. Ann Durranoe and Mis. C. F. Wart: I rf Stir-e tering. u>r in the March family; Jo Is /in a Veteran's Day address to 8 p m. Ajult$1! : chiUre., Outside trntlo'are;: $400

    Ms. and Mrs. L. C..Adams at lovely miniature garden arrangement Wallace Thlgpen of Starke and Mrs An'ti Mo lira of l.l.iyod, ( by Sylvia I iKxld I, who at here the lost high school assembly 50 cents. The re [utar mon'.hl) per year' : $2.2't Mix, months

    BtJJfoio:I Lake over -the .weeken sent by her nephew and Steve and Debra Jenkinsof Hampton spent last TjcJiy I II j portrays the tomboy sister "Thi Thursday. Community Sing starts at t
    wi M' Mrs staggering burden 1 is
    inDoetor's to Thursday 1 B'l Out
    attorney Henry Rudolph Grandln are patients ding whose desire Is to be the m
    In 1.1'1\ t necessary because the Communist
    A. H. Carraf .a "
    Mr. and Mrs. Lam.-.r: : ha1 md family from Dusseldorf, Hospital "nmn of the family. Diane I
    a",!2 family an 1 Icons d .ta: : Germany Mr, and :Mrs. Edwin Prevattof Beach. While they': we'o: there I Look has the part of Amy, enemy understand

    fort of Miami we. j recent I. Mr. and, Mrs Norman Ket- Orlando were visiting his Mr. Carratt. r'c'-Ived: WDT'1 oft I I As AEC Site while Beth: the frail youngest strength and we believe it. I
    his brother In peace through preparedness, I insurance?
    he dsttth of about
    I more
    Ed Prevatt over I Melanie Thinking
    mother, /IMrs.
    vigors of :Vies\ F.; ?. :r S" iwaii chic have moved back to lughter, Is played by the Congressman
    Cut tersville. Ga. ,
    Mr and Mis. Gene Shaw. Starke from Douglas, Ga. y. Marmce, the girls' mother
    Mayor Randal: C'litty ani Ketchie has been named Area Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarezof Mrs A. J. Barry will uner- I [Continued! From PILe! Ondl! Is played by Dorothy "Let us as a nation practice i
    tn Alachua General /In the exercise of
    .QUA Morgan' were in Na<-hvill2, 1 Forester with Gilman PaperCo. Boynton Beach, and Mrs.\. HO surgery Newcomb. Tommy Johnson has iI
    BeacHare 'Hospital on Friday AEC. Should this! site b? selec- our vast military power so
    TiJJn.(: from Monday to Thursday ., Hucceeding Carl Sewell, M. H. Lang of Delray } I the part of Laurie, Joe's child- Investigate Gulf Life's
    1 1Armory
    and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Leroy Joiner of Jack- ted, it Is believed! that the. we avoid that final catastrophe I
    Mr. Brooks
    who has been promoted to As- visiting ] hood sweetheart; John
    on business and Mrs. Melvin Har Board would providethe which would engulf
    I blatant 'Manager of the Timber Raymond for two weeks. ?:, spuvllle l.t. played by Wayne Llzenbee; i all
    will be easements for mankind, but let us
    bin'of Atlantic Beach necessary never
    .. Division of the company. Mrs. J. H. Harper of We- Kay Sunderland has the partof ADAPTAPLAN.
    weekend guests of Mr. and railroad and. highway rights- shrink from making any decisions .
    visltc/l Mrs. L. A March
    Local admittances to Bradford the girls' rich Aunt ;
    Mrs. Lester Crews. of-way along the northern necessary for our national I
    County Hospital this Davis Tuesday. Alike Deverlck plays Professor T...... Gulf life ogen' con tell you law with A Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd! Jr. boundary ol the BlanJinn! reservation Bt-BuHty, Matthews declared.
    In St.
    include: Mrs. Lois Ben Barney MoRae was I hoer and Mr. March, the
    week ;
    A-Plon Insurance. It adaplabl to .ss.5 changing
    attended the Potentate of the / in order to connectthe your
    I nett, Eugene C. Long, Christopher Vlm'ent's, Hospital from Friday Morocco Temple banquet: at Relnhold, property with tether Is played by John In speaking to the youthful protection n*.d,. They'll toll you. how a family Inc_

    1111 Parker Douglas Con ,to Tuesday for observation the Oeorio Washington Hotel the Seaboard main line and:! U Sp4
    nor, Mrs Rosa Green, Mrs. and treatment. Saturday night The play will be presented for greater individual .4n.n. Incomes J
    Leah Nettles and Miss Sheila Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and on S. Highway 301. In the BHS auditorium. Admission I
    Major and Mrs. V. J. Speng- participation In politics,
    The team.
    AEC p-tlon
    Wynn of Starke; Marvin Holmes fnwily! of !Merritt Island spent is 50 cents for students
    and James Yanbrough of the weekend with their par- ]Irr Major and Mrs. Bob Jackson captained! by George F. Quinn, with ID cards or tickets greater understanding of our 1 See are 6" rnesf Agents today f

    home protection at Lake Butler; Mrs. 1 KHzabeth ents here- Dr. and Mrs. Bar- / and Col. J. A. Griffin at- AEC assistant central manager and $1 for adnits.A. heritage and its Ideals of free- I I
    Lake tPndP:!. a barbecue in honor of met with Gainesville officials deim greater respect for the .
    less flake of Lawtey; Mrs. Juanita ney McRae and family T'sr
    cost with a
    law and .
    General Vernon Slke.s. who renewed religious
    Glover of Green Cove Springs; City were here on Sunday. Wednesday rn> toured: T:
    Homeowners Policy. was recently promoted, at the L. Harley Jr. .aith. I
    Thomas Dowling of Raiford: Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow IJees the propaasd: : !! Reinhold site by II '
    .. Contact me today! Headquarters Officer's Club in ;I helicopter. From hei'3 th The Veterans Day program I
    and Mrs.\ Llnnie Brown 'Of of Live Oak were Sunday. visitors Named President { 6hi kt'k
    p :. of Mr. and Mrs. L. I). St. Augustine last Thursday.Mr. team went to Orlando.: I lit the school was sponsored, by
    Hampton. and Mrs. John Greene More than 80 possible site Of Farm BureauA. Post 66, American Legion. : i
    ; Merritt H.Williams ''Mr. ,
    :. urea vacationing at West Enl:! are under: consideration: I Following the school assembly
    C. D. William, Mrs.
    have Mrs.
    1003 E, Call St.
    :r Junes of Henriet and Freeport I tn the Bahama' throughout! the U. S. Thf! L, Harley, Jr. was Jeted I at 11:30; brief nI<.,norllll e.. ,,
    moved to Turbotvllle, Pa. Mr Irene Johns and Mrs.
    Ij'nnds last week. AEC has stipulated that th president of the 1I1'0.lbd i erUcej! were held at the Lu
    hassle Khodcn are ta Hunt were visiting frlenun I
    and: Mrs Mr. and :Mrs.\ Charles Mc. location must b-j within 50 County Farm Bursaa: at a 8 ion memorial fun emplacement di
    117 N. WalnutStarke ranting the Jones' house. In Mayo on Tuesday.Mrs. Quaig and of h"' :Mon 'ay night'! in
    family WaycrossGa. miles of a ma lor universityand meeting:; : i at the intersection o.
    Mrs Rhoda Dampier was J. W. Klnraid and Mrs
    were visiting her parents. within 50 miles of a the alll'lcutuI,1: : l building Cur Highway; 301 and South \VVal
    Fla. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. O. L. Beasley were In Fernan-
    visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williamson mctnroalitan cltv of at leas' tie Marlowe was nim--d vi::. I nut Street.
    I II Newsome in Jacksonville over dina over the weekend visitingMr. Freddie Wat-
    Sunday. and
    .,f r Ph.961.5391 the weekend. and Mrs. C. P. Tison. 500,000 population. president I JOHN ... WISUII1: I. :M. XOF.4JKL:
    Doyle Conner of Tallahassee tervn sec etaryt1'ealurer.The
    Miss Lillian Stump went to O. J. McOiiff Sr has returned commute Joint FFA Meet Phones I'hoiM**!
    and Glen following
    feaiotSTATE Conner of Or- ;
    I Ochlochnee, Ga. on Wednesday to the Lake City VA FHP Reports On Re. DIJ.I.ZU: office. 964-4ISI
    FARM[ lando spent the weekend+, with chairmen wrra name.1;; O"Y ConservationJOINT
    to get her mother, Mrs. F. F. Hospital for further!! observation I Office 0fH-06121 After 5 p.m-B l-O12t
    their Paul IliUchlns] ,
    VLJi and Casualty Comp.ny )parents:: Mr. and Mrs. L. Taylor and I
    Mflit Offices ar..mington, Illinois Stump. ,who has ,been visiting and treatment Leon Conner. 2 Wrecks rrogram; J. H. Waln-v.iuht, MEETING: : Hat HHI Box, SIlO
    1 Griffin Chuck Newcomb It In the Htarke, .,. IoItaJ'ke., 1"1." ..
    Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mrs V. J. Spengle- and MM resolutions; Footer Shi Smith I The Starke anJ Bradford

    I _,1 fQr two weeks. University Me: icnl Canter!! for Rob Jackson a tten 1d a tea Th, Florida Highway Patro' I state legislative! ; J. R Kel y. Chapters he.d a joint uietiliu

    K4" II- oba-rvatlon and treitnvnt Wednesday afternoon: at the reported two wrecks occurred: national le"Mntlve i \ ; and G. T. 1 on Nov. 5 in th i BH3 auditor- ,

    from Mondiv to Thursday.Mr. home of Mrs. Henry W. Mc In Bradford County during the Hutirlns., publicity.The I| sum A wlldUle film and: talk ', ,. '
    / I
    and Mrs George Pow"I'or Millan In St. Auuustlne hon- W' ek ending Tuesday ofllcfri and: c'jmmlttt: was given by two conwrvatluoflltvrs. f + t v4 f.I f..

    .. b10N, Newton N C. are visiting wing Mrs. Ralph W. Coope: Aeeordinii to FLIP asoHent chall men will m'ft scan, to Mr Cook: ana Mr

    Mrs. J. H. Fl'H ll fir ten day Jr. reports the first "mll.9hup oc- I plan a program of work I I, Metcalf, on the laws aiU too

    TlllalJ, MI" J. A. Griffin returned Dr. and Mrs. William Farls! I "Ui'ied nhout 11'30:: Paturdav'" (. _jienu Inv.wtd. l.i cur jt<&,.,,, f
    'iim-'iv, aft"r thre weeks ]in of Jacksonville and fresh water flsa: department .
    were weeken'guests
    morning/ th'e, mlle north of
    Otcs' ville, Tenn with h'r M.1.t"r .- of Dr. and Mrs. A this year. '1'n, &.1. thai I
    $ J Iflwtev when l"0 F ""> "w..11 i| i y
    1 Mrs. James F. FherHnn RCNe the deer t.III'STIfY .
    Barry. aitl turkey
    who BO, driving a 19fl3: FTd south fc( I I pit;u.aaJn
    ATTASTEEFREEZ was seriously inlured In nn U. S. 301. nulled: out to pin:: : was very high this slUOn.: f
    an automobile cH'nt In ,
    mother' vehicle in his lane The memoers enjoy their
    which her hti'bnnl wes killPdMr Prison Rioters NEWS
    p.agram to
    prior; hunting
    .realized he couldn't maki it season -
    *. A. Russell Norman attended each .
    DRIVE-IN I I the luncheon And planning an*. skidded some 144 feet b,- year.Micha'l' : RKI FR.\KN Ir. noltlJos \\'. ALLEN
    fr. 'e ramming/ into the front of Howard. lepsrter: Phone 47S-43IO I'.me' 96--4UI
    N" + meeting' of District Two Sentenced BRADFORD CII.%I TKK:
    .. Delta a 1963 Rambler being driven' Methodist Church Box; 6IMKryMono haS SMIMtarkc.
    Kappa Gamma Societyon
    north bv Earl E. Moore 87 of' I Chapter, fFA. held llrlcht. Flw.. Via.
    "' Saturday at the home ,of
    ; : DELUXE OfeenCove tr:+"tilr Morgantown W Vs.Stilwell Calendar for the week;
    Mrs. Ben
    Zellner In (
    Springs. rContlnufd, From Page Onel wa s charged! with Sunday Church School:

    Mr and Mrs. H A. Lawson mate had J tried to throw him 'improper passing by Investigating !- 8:45: a. m. Morning Worship; '

    HamburgerFRENCH were in Lake Wales Sunday over a railing eomo/'15.20 feet FHP Trooper, M E. 11 a. m. Youth Choir practice

    visiting/ Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Jor- to a concrete: floor below. : Rlthardson. There were no In- S p. m. Snack Supper for SLADE

    dan and family. Another Officer, Capt. J. C. juries. MYF, 6 p. m. MYF meetings.'
    FRIES Mrs. W. B. Mundv and Mrs.J. Combs. testified Thursday, The second smashup; also occurred I 6:30.: Evening: Worship, 7:30:

    that upon entering M on Saturday about Monday Qlrl Scout Troop GAS
    B. Sapp were! visiting/ Miss wing,
    SHAKE Jean ,Mundy in Tallahasseeover scene of most, of the rioting 12:20: p. m. appoxlmatety one 603 meets, 3IS: : Troop: 606 at eg

    .. 69CMILK the weekend. ha saw Inmates running around mile North of Starke when 4:30: ; and Troop 607 at 9:30.:

    :. 11 A.M. TO 2 P.M. Mr and Mrs Lloyd H. Lewis waving broken mop or broom/ James. A. Conner, 69 of Olb- Tuesday:! Cub Scout Park

    of Wilmington Del. and Mr handles and buckets. Ho said
    ; MON. THRU Fill. and Mrs. Malcolm McVough/ he was struck by defendants U. S. 301 In .n 1961 Ot1 mobil9.Mowel ( 7:30: p. m.

    ,. I of Phllodelohln Pa. were Itlllman, Benny llrooka, Devoe a'most to a P'OD bhlnd ?- Wednesday: Primary and

    Tuesday overnight guests of and Liuaiter and that he had another vehicle that was Junior Choir Practice\ 3:15: ,
    ..= OPEN 11 A.M. TO 10 P.M. turning left sort hit Prayer Meeting. 7
    Col. and Mrs. T T. Long, while Buffered a broken rib amt" hail ; was from p. m.
    -** to have, stitches the ]rear bv a 19fla Ford beln Thursday': Nov 2V -Union
    enrouta taken In his
    CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY to the Virgin Islands.
    ::? scalp! Capt. Combs aim teHtl- driven bv Lou[ H'rKl x-k. 5S Thanksgiving Service. lit ,

    -, ned that the oftlcer were a..tI' of A'acohlJ'\. I'a nr'"oclc skH'ed Methodist- : Church. Rev Walton -
    I'ttrrae LMoat sideways some 43 feet b'fore I Grady pastor I,t Prub.1 I Itrrlnn

    of the state's witnesses striking the! rear of Conner' Church speak!< 'I'. I
    I described car I
    riot acen a* TURKEY
    one of confusion and violence Investigating FHP Tronp-r I' :MIDISON !STRKI.TBAITIST :

    Inmate cursing Uo- W E. undbenr' charged Ollt'HCII I I

    : SHELL ,brig scattered around commodes Handcock with following too 900 "'n'.dllIOn: St. h tr

    ANNOUNCING and window. broken, I closely There were no injures. r Sunday aer food, plates
    trays thrown School 9:41: a. in. Mcrnlni!
    around on the floor Jr.-Sr. I PUKCIIASK OF ANYHEATER
    JOMCR Play Worship;, 11 a. m.
    Public Defender Green an.1 i diate and Young: Inttrme-//

    ; his associate, Gene Shaw presented Dates Changed Practice. 4:45: p. m. Tromlnn

    w- Carl Hurst Is Now Operator Of the J defense arguments to Union. 8:15: p. m. Evenln I t
    Jury. They called atten-
    Worship :
    Due to the tremendous Tor-
    The Big tion"Inconnlxtent to what. they" termed rmdo, romp to victory over all t Wednesday services" Prayer 40,000 BTU' OR MOREl
    part in the testimony -
    n football end Praise Service 7:30: p. m
    opponents and the
    ...---.. of many of the state's |
    '" < i state football playoffs. srhettMlert Church Choir Practice, 8:3C: ; l :Monthly Term Art* Hmall Hmm Payment
    witnesses and aaked
    the jury
    ,< for December" 3, the Junior p. m.

    :L SHELL SERVICE STATION Inmates to remember were that confined some, In 70-80 this Senior to Thursday play has and been Saturday changed Thursday and Imerme1Ut: Sunbeams OA's JunIor Now Your Chance To Get That

    s particular section of the pri 330; p. m. Beginners primary Heater You Have Been Needing
    son. They pointed out with

    w AT CORNER OF MADISON AND U.S. 301 that many men running around I And Get A Nice Fat Turkey For Thanksgiving Dinner
    accurate i .
    l Identification would
    *M be hard to make. I WIN A PILE I FREE !

    t4nd Invites All His Friends and Customers Assistant State Attorney I

    -,To Drive In and Fill Up With That Super Mack points lute's Putch made argument, In by presenting the defense l'efuteI'the KOCH CASH POTNo Also FREE TURKEY On Any Major Appliance

    r f Shell Gasoline. and there said he did not believe, Piniln to Stilvr Nothing to Writ. No Slade Gas Carries The Largest Supply of Heaters In
    were Inconsistent
    Stamp to tick, No Obi (a'.loTt. Jut Como

    FULL LINE SHELL parts in the testimony of the In KachVf: ...k or Several' Tlmmt a lay This Area Dearborn, Thermaire and" Madison -
    PRODUCTS state's witnesses. Futch I
    I pointed ,, and] let Your FREE: ': T..h Pot Tkket.Week's All Sizes For All Purposes! Come In-You'll Find
    out the witnesses had seen
    j: AND THAT SUPER HURST SERVICE. different, things In different Last Winner Exactly The Heater For Your Need.
    places, and at different, times. FLORENCE: FLYNN:'I

    He noted had that been most of Identified the defendants Cash Pot Now\ $: 25. -

    [lliir\1\ 1Srivico' Station by ono or more of the state's

    Witnesses,' its having partici- Quality H> .r e sail quality SLADE GAS Quality

    ,, pated In the riot. Futch added a. KOCH'S: DRfOS. have

    that he believed prison officershad Filled rnp..n.1 Service
    PHONE: 961.6111 shown
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    r Conservation Party reading problem on the part Total I143HD4SOKM'UNOrri', for .I41I.T76
    Birthday Housewarming .
    1 t- : ::/ It pM: '.. .. ,, inhern, :-
    I of most of our youngsters It I ( llnlnnca 14< ,1.
    tt Ks: |s'ifniltttir.. for all purpuiMtf :]
    Speaker HeardAt Given SaturdayFor For Mr. And Mrs. is toward: correcting this longstanding 1411.77*,41 "11&. $111,017.79.! .

    QawII 1 1i Woman's Club I Seleeta HallMiss Edward Norman have aimed'difficulty our program that we In I Total. Kxp;: .nilltur.. and Tranv-I Total 1541...4,SO. It.1!.rfrAO r,

    i Mrs Eugene Borda of Frost Seleeta) Hall celebrated Mr. and: Mrs. Edward Nor- the Junior High School.
    GLADYS proof. State Chairman of the her eleventh birthday Saturday -I man of 734 Alton Road were Although we urgently advise
    I Department:: of the Conservation Nav:: 13, with a lovely 1 pleasantly surprised at a housewarming youngsters with known read- I
    Phone 9640651WynnHodge I of Natural Resources party at her: home on Batler I on Sunday:! Oct. 31. Ing problems to enroll In this
    spoke tD the Starke Woman's Road given In her honor by given by friends: and relaU/ee. particular class' 'we also have

    Club at their November meet- i' w her parent:: Mr and Mrs, Jack Arrangements' of pink roses several who do not experIence I .aft..
    I Garden Club ina: last Wednesday afternoon W Hal! were used in ifecarstlnx; for academia difficulty purtl"lpat- 'p.M. -
    t I To Meet Mrs. Borda. introduced by TtM thirty guests attendingthis the occasion. The lefreshnvnt ing In the class in order that M
    J. II Monday ..
    II I M.S.\ : E, U Matthews! asked gala occasion enjoyed table was covered with a lace we might determine! if such -
    I Mrs David Penoyer will members to:: save "Pennies for several!' games record:! playlnn.: cloth and a garland of red participation will enable them oi. .
    Pines" to be planted in memory and pony rides Little Miss and yellow roses encircled the to Improve in other areas of arrr
    give a demonstration on malting -
    w Christmas rations of dpart;l members. In Sherry Moore d.-ew the lucky punch bowl. study ,
    Monday night at 7:30: o'clockat the years 1963 to 1964 the club I I 13 and was presented! :! with a Mrs. O E. Crosby are:ted So far we have some 60 1 V e 1

    ., the home of Mrs. Paul Ray- wcmen of Florida have planted Lenora IsraelIs I gold ?ln and pencil sit. guests at the door, and presiding youngsters In the Junior High ,..,-
    w I mond on S Water Street. Mrs. 33.673 pins trees in memoryof The guest of honor iecl.ed!!' at the punch bowl were School attending the leading ,
    I E. T Prevatt will) Mary Frances Hall formerly EngagedTo many lovely gifts. Her sister, Mrs. Gordon Jones and Mrs. class which Is conducted by .
    i hostess. serve as co- State Chairman of Conservation. S. Jo Ann hall presented her Charles Cilbbs. Assisting In! Mrs. Le*. We anticipate a ,,MrrA.

    The Oar Jen Club executlva One club planted 10.- J J. StephensMr with a beautiful birthstone serving were Mrs. Mack Jones maximum loot. of approximately .rv..
    001 pine trees. She stated that ring and a miniature Dutch Mrs. Thurman Jones and Mrs 75 children.All .
    I Frank Laffan
    board will meet at 7 o'clock and Mrs. .... PS
    Florida: is the third fastest tho Herbert Norman.Approximately. activities within this
    proceeding the meeting of Lake Butler announce doll.Mrs
    growing state in America and Hall was assisted! \ In 100 guests reading classroom are designedto S.
    : engagement' and ap cashing: ..
    added.:! conservation means Use of their daughter serving by Mrs. B, C. llolun-!!' called between the hours two help improve basic reading
    Senior MYF man
    preserve- what we already:! have Lenora Israel, ta: John E. Stephen dorf Jr., Mrs, Johnny Smith and: five o'clock.Recent skills. Such skills as reading

    Enjoys Hayride and add to It. :: son: of Mr an:! Mrs. W. Mrs. U B. Sapp, ant. Mrs comprehension reading speed ,
    Mrs. C. J, Houpt. president, Thomas L. Moore. The beautifully Births vocabulary drills use of Uv
    State Farm.
    of the
    E. Stephens::
    I i I The senior Methodist Youth presided over the meeting. A Ralford decorated pastel. pink dictionary, and other known n
    Wedding To Be ', Fellowship enjoyed a hay rid report of the District Four Bath: are graduates of Union birthday cake was served with Bradford County Hospital effective! exercises are workedon

    I I Saturday night, ending at Bob- meeting held In Lake City Oct. County High School. Miss Coca-Cola. announces the following daily. I e
    Event Of Dec. 31 21 was given by the delegates.The When completed .
    by White's Crystal Lake cot- Irrael Is currently employed;! by Attending from out of town births: the room .
    l Ease for refreshments Junior Woman's Club the University\ of Florida and were Mrs. Orpha Sapp of Mr and !Mrs, John Bartow In which we teach rending will
    I Mr. and Mrs. W!hard E.|i 1 Emet Pats drove the truck asked the senior club to assist Mr. Stephens is attending Jacksonville, Mrs. Maggie Lou Lee, Starke a eon John Bar be well lighted have paneled
    r Wynn of Starke announce the| for the, 15 MYF members and in sponsoring the mole "The Lake City Junior College. Moore of Raiford. and the tow Lee' Jr, Nov, 13. walls, a carpet to Insure quiet. I,
    engagement and approaching their friends ant was also accompanied Riddle of the Friendly Stranger" The wedding ls planned for honor-re's cousin!. Put Sherry Mr. and Mrs. Martin nexn" at all times, and Individual

    marriage of their daughter, : by Miss Sue Morris to all the schools in the Saturday. Dec. 18. at seven o' and Tommy Moore, also of Henry Carlton, Starke. a son study areas no that our ....,.,
    i Edwina Diane. to William I sponsor, county. clock In.-lie evening:, in the Ralford, and Pamela Greg Barry Martin Nov. 15. students may work around or h ...
    Billy( ) Dupree Hodge. Jr. son The following members were and in their particular
    The Junior MYF members First Baptist Church of Lake Bruce Sapp of Jackson Mr and Mrs. Raymond problemarea -
    of Mrs. William D. Hodge of voted Into the club: Mrs E. D without
    held a weiner roast the sameevening Butler. ville. Workman Jr.. Starke a son, interruption or
    Alcohi. S. C. and the late Mr. |i at the home of Dr Tenly Mrs James Blactahear. All friends and relatives of Raymond Workman IL!. Nov interference<< by outside noise, '
    Hodge. 'and Mrs. T. O. Rltch. Mrs. Elva Scott. Mrs. V A Elks Plan Social 15. We Invite you to come and I
    the couple are Invited' to at- v
    Miss Wynn is a 1964 graduate The 22 young folk enjoyeda Nichols. Mrs. Freeman Register see what we are trying to dot VIBRANT COLORS I EXCITING DESIGNS _
    of Bradford! County High weiner roast and frames dur- 8r and Mrs. E. E Thorn tend. Saturday NightAll f in a very critical area' of t.hechoo1 .o..
    School and is employed with ing the evening They were accompanied Jr. Hi.Keynotes. program
    the Nuclear Chemistry Depart- by their sponsor. ton.During the social hour Beta Sigma Phi Elks and their wives and I Decorator Rugs

    ment of the University of :Mrs. Buford MItchell.Luncheon members were served a den rt Plans Activities dates are invited to attend the 1
    Florida. course" in the sunroom where regular monthly supper social Tim RIGHT POINT for the I
    Mr. Hodee is employed with Given the refnv ment table. was covered Gamma Theta Chnpter' of at the Starke Elks Lodge Saturday By Jim Temple way you writ, Como In andselaet Special Sale/ Prlc' .l ... .. .r

    Owens-IlUnola Olass Company with a yellow linen cloth Beta Sigma Phi will meet night starting at T o' One of the outstanding programs your favorite K8TKRniiOOK : Brilliant psHernt combine In
    of Lake Butler. For Mrs. Chesser and held a yellow brown and Monday night Nov 22. at the clock. Guests will have the opportunity here at Bradford County fountain pnn. TBIJCORAPII. deep, plush viscose pile. Nor
    The wedding wtll be solemn), green fall arrangement In a home of Mlu Louise: Stern to see the newly remodeled High School In the Junior' skid., backing..' 24 by 40-ln. Oval 344
    '. bed December 31 at 7 p. m. In Mrs Richard Cnrftser was I brown compote. 1369 South Walnut 8t : lodge room at this HUrh section this year Is In the or oblong deitqn Machinewathable. -

    the First Christian Church of honored on her birthday )last Members of Beta Sigma Phi time. reading' area At the beginningof It.....".,... .Kxpn.: l1tur'', snd) A tremendoui Carp w
    Starke. Thursday at a luncheon at the YWA Members are active at this time of the The turkey shoot, sponsored this year we instituted a |I'iUnci. >.. for all ''fumU. .nt th* I value! -' ...rrs.w
    All friends and relatives of Garden Restaurant given by year with the holidays In view by the Elks has been changed veclal reading class, Mrs\ Hoard of County. .'.mniUi. ..".r., ,
    I the couple are invited to at- the Methodist Women's Sun Guests At Dinner For the November 22 meeting I from Saturday until Sunday Carol Lee In the present I Instructor fI.'al Krmlfonl Oninly..,,.., Klorlil. fur Ih' ....
    your .nd.d Mt
    >pi inlmr 10,
    tend.Plutlo. day School class.The members are asked to bring< afternoon from :3 to 4 o'clockat for this new class and !lUll. ,
    members of the class Mrs. Dot Falling" entertained << fruit for the!' Thanksgiving, \ the lodge' our results so far this year 1t "'IcII.T* I EI"lIfJne at CARP'SALL ,
    pcewnted Mrs. Chemser with a the Baptist YWA at dinner ( ..h llnUnv. <>.">1.... I I. 141 Saves
    basket prepared tor the nursing have been extremely gratify .
    Notebook '%.50 at the ITT.ISOV1ll' er.
    Monday night at the Holiday ATTEND m
    TELEGRAPH small girt and a birthday home: an outfit for the TRIMIF.F.T! I ing.We .ri.|.,. ',nnl.1I ...",.... rrr
    cake. I Inn Barbie Doll to be raffled The Cooperative Fducallon) recognlxe the fact that IMH7J 17, FIRST QUALITY
    Place mats napkins onthe'dlnner _
    and Toted ,
    I AvulUI.U IM1MIIO .
    Christmas and used clothing most of academic I ,
    ,i t table carried;. out a : Club of Bradford Illgrh,; School our problemsIn -
    I, Brazilian motif After dinner for underprivileged schoolchildren attended. a district meeting In education' stem from a basic I /Mrkred
    Tallahassee last "' ,
    the girls went to Mrs. Failing's .r
    home where Mrs. Charles Dar- { officers wrr elected
    J ABOUT presented the study course Hospital Auxiliary luncheon was served l, and contents Y%(.
    "YOUR SAVINGS on "Sao. Paul:' from the book Sees Travel SlidesThe were enjoyed. (Marilyn:"' .
    1AccouNT. on Brazil. MrRa won wvond., place In ( .
    Taking part at the dinner Bradford County Hospital the spelling. context. '--
    and study course were Ann Auxiliary met Monday Ii cL :: S
    I Spear. Dee: Pick Dawn Lamb night in 8t Mark's. Pariah I ('.\UU OF"* TIIVNKH\ itJcH 0 LJ nn r..

    Jayne Hardy Janelle Pollard house! with Mrs. C A Knight, Word cannot adequately a aJ: .__ ..
    1 1I and Lee Darby. pi eai'enL. presiding |>r... our, <...... appreciation \, ..' I"., knS
    S, L. Peek Jr showed slide/ for the many kind and sym- .
    I / 0 and narrated a trip to the pathetic' acts that came to 1111at .<<
    Holy Land taken last. summer MM time ct our .recent to... 1J'I1T'.4 .-
    Plastic Notebook tt.it al$ thiTFLFGRAPII. 'I I After the business meeting r."yement, Mr. F. F Flume, ----.. -
    and program, the hnntesaes Mr and Mr. R. A, Colmn : t Z .
    I wrved refreshments and family ,

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    Nice Reserve, and )KiceUent Ea.i: ln C>" Help When ,II : : ) 8WKKT: : POTATO .' I. 1'S'
    You Save At First t"f't' leral of Star.\'. Precious Peace of Mind '
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    Savkagy In BTb 22nd Earn From Tl.<* }1n(% it! Needs no attention completely a u torn*tic. No flames, ,
    no pilot light. No fumes, no odors. No vent., no flue* (:'HOICK( : OK (COFFKK: : Oil TKA: ; % tEI ..

    WC PAX:. THE IJ rTANfilHI.E) TAX ON YOUH 110 wasted heat. a25 f t
    Electric Water< Heater cost !leas, are cheaper to ue. New 41
    / SA'f |\r.S ACCOUNT.( J 9.5 million dollar electric rate reduction the ninth in nine ADULTS A 1 .i,
    >ears, will raise the total annual Sunshine Service customer' ;<

    Federal Savings and I savings to more than 38 million dollars t\,

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    Wayne Hendeisoii rolled a 670 w.'.+' George R. Kern USN, husbandof GUNS: KITCII. MEMBER: I

    BOWLING series for Keystone, while! Matt 1 i' Hunting Safety the former Miss Margelaln* JUNIOR ANGUS ASSN. I ARE TERMITES

    Schroeder had 472 for Lanoue.Ca.lP' ,, j.} ) Luke of Route 1, Starke is Starke.
    GivenFlorida's Glenn Pitch. 15.
    NEWS took four from TV aboard the USS Forest Royal DESTROYING
    has been /granted- a Junior
    Service Center, with Big: for operations in the Mediterranean membership in the American
    Lovell rolling a 531 series Al- wildlife officers are with the Sixth Fleet.
    Angus Association; at St YOUR HOME?
    MIXED DOUBLES ma Thies' 428 was tops for the in the wcodg and en the wa- One of seven ships In Destroyer .
    J:)'<;8Jh.0: : Junior membersare
    Murrhee Insurance took four losers.! tees In order to help sportsmen Squadron: 16. the.. Forest! entitled to r-glster pjie-
    points from Williams Jewelryin Team standings: D&W 26- enjoy the best in hunting Royal provides anti-submarine! brrd Angus at regular membership FREE
    the Thui fday night' Mixed 14: Munhce. 26-14; Saf-Gas and fishing, According to W. warfare supper for fast at- rates and to enjoy the
    Double! putting them tn a 21-19; Carp's 21-19, TV Serv B. Capstan:! chaliman.: Game tack carrier groups When: not pilvllegs of the associationuntil : INSPECTION9t&iaget
    first place tie with D&W Auto vice 19''i-20'/i' ; LaRue 1921. and Fi-eth Watsr Fl-h Coin- deployed with the 6th Fleet, the age of 21. At that :
    Supply, Bob Drake had a 573 Williams 17-23; Larsen 10- mission no one enjoys clean the Forest: Royal normally op- time junior m:mters arc! eligible -
    aeries for Murrhee, while top 29. fportsminshlp; mote than a erates out of May port.Nntrhonk to convert to lifetime I }$ .
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    LADIES TWILIGIiT Florida wildlife officer. On the
    for Williams was PredJJo Ste- m-mbprshlpi In the group.Plaitlr .
    Draw-Tlte took four fronr ether han:!, this same officers
    phens' 460.D&W 1 i Plaslle St.'O:! :: at the I 539 E: Call 961-3965
    took three from Lar-j Noeicl' 301 Restaurant in tin V :r 1 1w willing to wok 1 day an:* TEI.EGKAI'11. Notebook SJ.50 at the
    sen Trailer Sales! ; with Jim Ladles Twilight League thl. night to corri:t the chronic! TELEGRAPH. .
    Brummett rolling a 561 srrlei. week! moving up to second violator! : who appTjntly is not I I
    John Allen has a high; of 435 place. ftVoma Nelson le; interested In undeu tanlini:
    for Larsen. Craw-Tile with a 538 serle! what h" can do and what he
    Another thre's-nTlnt winner W'liile Freda Hafdcnbrook( rolled cannct do.Wi'dllfe.
    Keystone Saf-Oas. -, :! ft 427 for 301. officers and:! other' l '
    was opposed
    by LaRue, Insurance;: I D&W Auto Supply remained:! I of the Ccmml:: on are concErned \HISTIM\ r- AUTO A\
    'n top sot taking 2'/4 from right now about hunter
    I Se-py! Hollow behind the I safety, b :authusnrts" : are .
    bowling of Alice Reach with a lust getting the feel of a gun ASSOCIATE STORE
    550 series. Evelyn Brumm cr tentwine acqunlntan-es:
    301 ,i I with flieaii-mi, af'cr' a long :312 W. Call Street Starke

    summer of Inactivity. \VK; SERVICE WHAT WE; SELL:
    Copeland! said: : "Theie/ are
    DRIVE-IN FLORIDATHEATRE laws to govern the safe use of
    autcmoblles and:! boats but the
    Open 7:00: ______ ''jt'\i:: '"'.::11 safe use of a firearm is left up

    Show Time 7:15: Luther Illlllartl) (left) and Kiilit-rt; J. Hurry dhotis|| farm labor prohlriim In front of housing ta the indl.ldual. Any sportsman -

    ADMISSIONAdults units that; Hllliuril hu cuiuttriu-ted.for 80 worker Hurry Is new farm labor. representative with a .gun Is responsible! Z DAYALEBuy
    : 75e Students 60c for the safety of himself and
    for thin area.
    Children Under 12 Free Showtime-Weekdays 7 ford farmers are taking giant other hunters and should remember -
    Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1 | and follow the ten
    Meet Robert Barry strides to solve the troublesome -
    FRI., SAT.. SUN. commandments of ftre ..I'msalety
    Nov. 19, 20 21 TIIURS., FRI., SAT. labor problem which has 1 ."

    Triple Feature Program Nov. 18, 19, 20.: prevented some of them from of, 1. Treat every gun with the Now and Save As You Have Never
    planting larger acreages
    Double Feature Program New Farm Labor RepresentativeWill respect due a loaded gun.
    H TOP INTERNATIONAL ACTS strawberries and vegetables be-
    2. Watch the muzzle I Carry Saved Before On
    0'' cause of difficulty In getting/
    Growers Solve Problems the crops harvested.At your until gun ready safely to: keep shoot safetyon
    Help least, now' they have the
    .....9QI 3. Unload guns when not in
    : / I assurance of a full-time man
    t use, take 'down or have actions
    : whose Job it is to see that they
    Things are looking up on area but from other sectionsof open; /guns should be carried FAMOUS .; APPLIANCES
    L.-.Ml\NIA '' II have the hands at the field:!
    *" the troublesome farm laborfront Florida and even out of in cases to shooting area.
    V,[>l1liLY when, they are needed.In .
    state. 4. Be sure the barrel Is clearof
    And 1' In Bradford, County
    T.cnruca-at.ut.w.na..nw. the words of Bobby Barry
    1'- < IT: I There's a new feeling of Barry can listen to the farmers obstructions and that you
    optimism among stl'awberl'ytI'owel'S with a sympathetic ear, "If any crops go unharvested, have ammunition only of the
    Plus this It won't be because
    with an Increasing and has the know-how to we haven't season tried." proper; sUe for the gun you SENSATIONAL TV SPECIAL! i
    number either building or recognize their needs and how r carry. V 1rV
    planning to build their own to fill them. If possible. No 5. Be sure of the target be-

    ta i I I labor camps. They are also encouraged newcomer to the area he Is a Sewell PromotedBy I tore you pull the trigger; know __ SAVE NOW on this
    COIN'SUN. by the fact that they resident.of Newberry wherehe Gilman Co. Identifying features of the
    now have someone "in thers a was'' engaged in farming I game you hunt.

    e pitching for them" in an effort for many years He is a brother Oilman Paper Co.. with 6. Never point a gun at any- LIGHTWEIGHTPORTABLE :
    to recruit labor for the of Dr A. J. Barry of Starke headquarters in Time & Ufa thing ycu do not want to .
    Job when It needs to be done. With County Agent O. T building: New' York City an- shoot: avoid all horseplay
    1 The man who Is helping HujjKlns./ Barry has already nounces the promotion of Carl 7. Never climb a tree or :
    ISTftENS-JQNESandROMERtf 1 them solve their labor problems started the job of Interviewing S. Sewell of Starke. to the pos- fence or lump a ditch with B g ..
    ., MON., TUBS.
    Plus I la Robert J. Bobby I 1 Badford! growers to determine ition of Assistant Manater.' loaded gun; never pull a gun 1
    Nov. 21, 22, 23 Barry assigned since October their anticipated labor needs Timber Division of the com toward you by the muzzle. [ ; '
    I 15 to full-time duties as farm not only for strawberries but pany's St. Mary's Kraft Divis 8. Never shoot at flat hard ,,..- UHF-VHPRat Channel. Reeeptio: : rv.

    BUNMVUKE labor! representative with the for other crops including thecounty's ion.In sui'face> or water Be sure of Out Front Sound a. Front Tuning ..
    Jaw i I Florl''a State Employment large acreage of win his new position Mr your backstop when target
    IS MISSINGWednesday I Service office In Gainesville. ter greens. So far he has Interviewed .Sewell will bs responsible for practicing I AA 150 BSD Handsome, Extra Durable CabinetHURRY
    I He serve as coordinator between about 15 growers all wood procurement and Toni: 9, Stcre gum and ammunition an
    IEWJS ,I farmers in Bradford who have indicated they will management activities of th, separately beyond the II

    ThursdayNov. I Alnchua. Union and Gllchrlut need some 430 additional timber Division. Qillmaiv! .: P''? reach of children. A TERRIFIC --
    .7 21, 25F ; I Counties ani the sources of workers during the forthcoming cures wood from private'deal, 10. Avoid! alcoholic: beverages -'
    labor supply; not only In this strawberry season ers throughout: the states orOcomlii before or during: 'hootIng. 8'995 WHILE THE "
    County A' SUPPLY LASTS
    MiuliNC F 1> a growing[ Interest on and South Carolina. The -
    bfi io1 led the losers with,a SOI. the part of farmers In the con- pany maintains technical)COIn'// I I'I
    IIESNNE? O'adys T111K. with a 501 I struction of housing facilitiesfor i est management practices en 'It

    ;I ,.crles, was! high for Candy's ,I labor on an indlvldua' 200000 acres' of tlmberlanl.I
    Sl r0SPECIAL Oulf Service! who took four 'hnsls. A new Fel i-al programIs ; wholly owned and located In SERVICE MEN i I
    theAStJNurI\> from BAO: TlUCk Stop. Be"'. now available whereby Georgia and Florida q
    nice\ Fops was, Jiljlyfor;! the Inns up to $2,500 may be obtilmd The company owns snit op- AND "'O"I&. I t,

    SHOWWednesdayThursday .PATHttXHOIUMNAVISIONWALLET 1,>:'cl's ,with( a 332 sc\\, : by farmers for the con- (ciates pa;;er mills and paper 0r
    aCIni Andrews Drum; took three Ftiuctlon of labor housing, converting/ plants In St, Mary's -

    Nov. 21, 25What's .MaA.utAVAION..',.- from Eima's B-auty Shop, and: llugglns said", Oa. and Oilman Vt, A new
    i Reynolds,Insurance! took three Under! this! program, two or kraft mill and newsprint mill t GIANT 15 t
    BkaM !;_ rs .. I .1IDAJj from Oem Jewelry. three farmers can go In to- has been planned for con- Airman 3id Class Irwin A. > t FT.rt .
    cuiROMERO-mCLARK HlS'h' game went to Joyce getherr! on construction of a struction In Alexandria La. Martin son of Mr and Mrs. I

    GORDON'EMOGARDINERMiUMBECKLOREN Barton with a 210. Evelyn labor camp with the only seCurity The St Mary's mill produces Floyd A. Martin of Starke. recently -, No Frost Refrigerator :
    NewPussycat Biummett. had a 206: Ruby required fo their loan approximately 1,000 tons a day graduated from the
    ? Howell 203; and Alice Resch. bring two or three acres of of bleached and unbleachedkraft training course for U. S. Air 1 ;
    __ J ....ASHLEY,,.BUTTRAM 200. ground used as a site for the papers. The Kraft Bag Force weapons mechanics at a- No Frost FrcciciUNBELIEVABLE
    u.Teo.triYS :=.==.:'a. ': "" Standings. : D&W. 30H-OV{ .: building. Federal funds are Division manufaotuers multi- Lowry AFB. Colorado. t- t I

    ..TIOHMtOOLOR................-..1,.... [I.NKEATON BIAROEN] Drew-Tite, 27-13; Sleepy Hollow also available for those who wall bags, grocery !bags, !gummed A graduate of Bradford
    28V4-13'/4' : Andrews Drug. construct their buildings to .. tape, wrapping paper. High School.Airman Martin Is
    Plus"Glory "'..-.. 20-20; Candy's.. 18-22; Reynolds qualify as fall-out shelters. polyethylene coatings and being reassigned to England -Frio *
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    NORMAN TAUROG .LOUIS HEYWARD : nH-23'/4{ : Gem 17-23; Luther Milliard, strawberry other related paper products. AFB In Louiaana for duty with I .

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    |rnY. ,"""'. 18. .tam Rk.Sl..l'rlU' r,1istV. ...... ". ".... ."k'; ..llh1D1 PAUL .IV!...

    Beat Lake City 6-0 For Crown 90..1 1

    Fighting Tornadoes Take First Florida Star Title .l


    winners of Region! :: t It appear; latka touchdown from his fullback ..

    ig Victory Paves Way 1 now. position. on a 16 yard run ....1..
    Apopka Likely Foe Looking fuith'r ahead t on ''tiha first play of the second ..w.... ,

    } Die crmmplon-hlp game Nova period and after that it was. NW 4
    To State Play Offs of Ft. Lauderdale ha vlitually the rexerves. all the way. eA..MW,

    clinched the Region 4 Utle,, In the other game involving' .w._
    In Contest Nova' U In first place now with a Florida Star Conference .,....."
    Taming the Tigers' of Lake City in a stupendous I'S Region ju!\t Northeast, a one gamt tram the St. Augustine. Yellow .....

    I victory. Bradford's hard-fighting Tornadoes 11 winner to go. Jackets defeated Dayton ,e
    1 neJ: a berth in' the state Class A play-offs and -s ;;peulatlon: U WIt". :,:cal: Shou'd AP'3pk\: Ire( to Win A om I Mine Bradford opponnt Beach Seabreeze, :: 18.13 aj .

    led down. their first Florida Star Conference title. 'r. iu tJ win C.>a.Ca.IJ:: I ittr Park PrIJay n iht: eo-. Tamu Jesuit ar.pear': f Lon00.111 starred for the .w.w.-.
    be In iithm to take th, Region Jackets *' -
    I'I I he win was tie ninth this season for the unde- 'rse's flu'.itinj! T.>.nalo: ff'.dis : and:! place AabumJale: will p.o- I r with scoring runs of
    S 3 title If they win tormr- 10 and, 13
    yard and Randy nmute
    tcd Tornadoes.was will tae In the play-off tubly-move t3j> i :3t: In Re ....
    aa decisive victoryany biggest! ';:\a CB.J: : A fcute.: Cliamiv : I lion 3. Sunfcvd U thlr 11n the row and Warhula loses. Coach Beverley a 183 pound senior
    scoringthreat anrontributtd
    Hurse expects Auburndale halfback. and ....
    their ace back.Intercepted wr.
    "'hi i-Fttlin 1 and there" I U n c >-tblll
    touchdown bata )
    o.ie sever! : an< beat Wairehula and his .. .a
    be. a* the -lilg He &asl"I. I Apcpka north: of Orlanlo: la ty that Atibu nla'.e: mv1 Sanford : puts [ a pass and ran It
    bet Jesuit to face NOVA
    on bark for 30 yurda and the winning ..
    to.) of Rlon: 3 low: with will tlj In p-itnta, bu
    .. allowed the TI Hilfbuck EI I"r.
    10 never < who pine
    the region 3 and 4 playoffs.Starke ..
    touehi'jwn. Woods a
    i.talde. the EMd' 37 whil '.6 yan'n.' one moro yard tha wi I'y ont tome i to &'3. but\ It la opponents: of Auburn4ale hay! U a
    offense kept tle: Tigsr; Agner wa the Intended' re ''t'i Wi! ,' 'r P.tk. Ap>}torrt th!' better r sort; a'l.1 I the la the 1003 FloridaStar 140 pound .sailor quarterbnek..

    .topping" : four i! ftermine .ctver for a Falcon pins bu \ I a 7.1'1 record t rt W n. old dote: mine the teak'
    of ..3. r.J 4.:% und, .1 1s i lake City'H Uoiny William P.vr'c Irst wok trlled; up winner. earning: the title lust Fri. and Mike 1ru\lard withan
    ,. For Tornado coaches snatched it from hU hand. tea i 11) 'laps! AA 0 -ala 137. ApA>pka, hat a 7-1-1 record day night on their home nek 80 yard gallop, scored for

    players It won also. re- The very next play. however: The TsmneVasj ate! on top at present iin'! Sanford, U 6 with Mickey Agner bl.tlnl', the non-conference Seabreecesqinul.
    >t n-Rlon 1 with 68 :. 1-3.: .
    point: over from the three yard line
    e for last season's Klcler turret the tables); by intercepting a.
    rti If they beat Green Cove Under the FTRAA This week the Palatka Braves
    at the hunts of the Tigers it Tiger PI1J the hey will end up with a total'f tern Clam A'tcam recehe! KBblnt I( the game and the conference i trek to the Ancient City -
    e only (l.'fe.vt: loon.' intercepted! thret
    74. No other team In the re-. J for a victory atvt five' and give the Tornado. a per. I for a toss-up game and the,
    In and recovered tumbl.TIII..y
    'n pumieti a .
    !" don can match that final to- pnlnts for a tie In their own feet 9-0 record. on the seam only conference ...tlo.,. In other -
    low sweet It was crowet fjeittl!
    tal. elan! A Clam A team gets onh alt in the one three yard blast i guinea involving' league'
    h David tlurse after thee Every Tornado who player
    ** 'State Champions," lia.1 four points for A win over u The opponent for this crucial teams. Live Oak hosts Feritandlna -
    "t Bradford win In recents turned in a superb perform ..ern
    Both he and Line Coachv anre, linebacker Steve Til m&& been the war cry of the Tor. Clans B school and two point game were the Lake City Beach Starke will travelto ,..... .
    I redoes all season long and for a tie.. Tigers, who had their perfect Oreen Cow Spring, and -
    refused to led the defense with eight
    Griffith even ley !
    to pick individual tackles and three assists Fulllmrk :Mickey Agner Maihru. over hltt. right tiu-kli for .h l |,.>inl. and the margin of they appear a virtual certalnIty Th Tornadoes thus far have record ruined. the week before Lake City wilt 'tie In Perry aa ..
    npt per- to take R! lon I honors/ un- six Class A vlctorlf-i and three when the falutka Bravesknocked .' the regular season draws to aclose.
    nnces. Griffith )lust laugh- Quarterback Falcon. also a I victory over rugged Lake City Friday night. The big Tiger defender hanging on fulled tiitu
    \1"1 up,-t by hapless Orven Clnm U wins Macclenny themoff 14-T. uftet : .
    Ilne.1hr ......
    nd Hurtle exploded: brilliant defensive bucks war |> "Th Buirn" three yard charge to thejoul .
    |. Cole Friday night. Underthe Santa .... and Pernandlnu tnralrulnttiiM liming tt week before' to" Htark HI'llIdllll'l11"' "fennc.. Uainee
    I tell When second with five tackles and hit the line 1Ikfront nynrtlii\ nut to IHiouchduwn. .
    hey you. you detrmilnnl Agner huge Tiger grt I loctntly InuuKwatnl iu nchou'ran W L ... ..
    1 point a
    aysl'm by, a :III.' suoie when In
    one out of that .irowd !" three _bit.. He also kept th Agiwr al H> ro\eriMl. < a fuml.ln. Intercepted' M paws, .iuiil n......- .eten t laclln' I to pick state champions vine any eight of Iu. 10 Braves were down and Htarkt* Ktarke' 4 0 w--- esaw

    lilt Pay ill rt Tigers off balance with hi. ind aji...lxlt. *4 In end) class. there are tour games, therefore. Bradford cnn' wan red hut "I'alatka :2 1 ,-

    was on their thlnl drive signal culling and his hit The TH cam with 2:01: .left In the third. period afU-r the Torn. Him bliM-knl. a Lake regions the Rial. According) count all six Clam A wins and t.aka City wits the defendIng hake City 1 2 -
    he night, In th? third periodn switching end runa and he In.terc..pted 'Ity punt. Photo by CandyViMMlliurn... to rules of the Florida High luke two of the Cla.M B wins football. champion In the Mt. Augustine 1 2 _.r I

    the matfntflcnt Brad a pans all of which School Athletic AstocUtlon' for a total of KB points three year old 'league, takingthe Live Oak 0 :3 I -- .j

    eleven finally hit paydlrt. gained him special mention in the nriilon 1 winner! will meet It they best GrcPit. CoVt.how&.r. % title from the I'alutki/ "Nlandbigs-SII' Ci.11 .
    [weighed! 13 pounds a man the Gainesville Suns Hack 01| the Region ......
    3 the W I.
    I champ In the Tornado will I lii' eves, first ye r winner In
    Big Ked! line rose up and .he A'eek poll. 44 yards from their 41 to the xcml-riiialu and the winner. hove .w>.ven Clnn-i: A win and. < the I Ilflt4 canipulgn.Meanwhile Mtuike 9 U
    ked a Tiger punt witllit Km: Fiddle. Douglas had five 'Tiger IV Falcon again mlxse >f regions 2 Ca
    : al1-1 t 4 will meet roimtlnv a single/ Cla4' l\\ win I'alatka, wmlonmling I'alatka 6 3
    left in the quarter, unit tackles. and three assists ant. completing a touchdown pas Date of the will -
    regional play'ft have 1IIPuon'. total o' up their .", '<>n.1 con. Lake. C.ty' t 3Nt. ---
    tffnsive halfback Calvin'fah1u definitive end Roger ChiUo by inches as Steve Crawfoi Is December 3 with Uu 74 rnlntv ferenre. win a* they poundcc,, Augustine 6 3 -. --
    Jumr.fl on It at the and Aner, at linebacker. ooL literally leaped at the \la title clmmplonihlp contest Quinsy, 0-0, and in eeemr' liapleii. .* Live Oak 33-0 on their Live Oak 2 a -9 a
    tlaae. City 4.A had combinations orteV( possible second to tip the ba wt a week later. on December place In this region now plays hence ground ThU game wan -

    Ormdlng. out yar.l! '"e behln tackles. a..J amilats.Mil Gum! the clutching fingers 'r 1 0, Tteip! it a PJ' lbIllLy. ac- four Clnii n schools and si played In a steady downpourof ,,, ,r-

    tremendous charge of the )ton Suprrb halfback Randy Joyner In tend ordlng to Coa'i Ilurtr tha' retort rxisilbly<< grt 74 point nun with the using .
    trrmine Tornado lineman, No meitio.t can Le mad 1 o "' 'lie both ylsttoiN .5 -
    [ o.ie. or Of tin *nm ou1| Milton, who Imikr' like a tor their drat string for the first 7/1to
    hack Mickey Agnar crush the Bag' Red defense howsve. Ho..n the Tornadoes' era >e i lrtyfj\ : nn Pt-atlfor.l Field (ronteiv1'r 'for( a while ha loll' quarter ua Bobby Fop! ran .-a
    over from the three, nln. without' giving credit to :uophjmoie half! drives stalked" when Falco. rhp site will bt otermlne14ovemlx 1Irt'm"' to( Choclawhnt'heriivl -
    over two touchdown on ram-
    ys later with 2:01 left li Andy Mayton who tool I went to the air after goin r 21 by a grouj of 1 went out of f contention: hlo of 34. and 15 ysnl" Johnny 666 aa.f1.. .
    period. With a drat Ouwi }\er at inUklleguard: for tn.ured Into terr.tory )\Incll'011 tanks 1iJe ."
    deep Tiger who up the she till: the Tnmndnet lone tr Muter! Mr..d' the thin) ,*.. IT (
    the Lake City "I... It tool captain llJtr.i RcdJmjt I the ground. .Luke City wi wny )uorl l of Directors: of FH3AA Itch, Cove. Quincy will' b -/user
    r hard-charging: halfbacl May'on had never played Uux limited to gust two first down -

    n crunching plays to get tli ition Le/ore. bt In "look in the first half and 31 yaruumrd ,
    ore through th" tough Tlgrfense Ike he owned It." said Coar.I) I I .

    Mike. Sexton after the game. Tigers. |M->ermlnrdLakv F HAS ALL THE NICE THINGS FOR ALL ,..
    Their previous drives hirn The TOJ.U! M-e played! the! I Ctty .J ub.teJ. a d ....

    stopped at the 13 by th onte. minus the services o. I tei 1 mined defense i aa tne Car Mr.eke..
    ;ged. Tiger defi-n-nlve unii .:.elding and ace pass receive pcrio.1' began, slopping t, THE NICE PEOPLE FOR CHRISTMAS. .

    'I i quarterback PonaM'" FalroKineered. Joey Reese ReddLig! te-lnjur- .0' ..doe..., who ila" r...-el\e In' .. I a.-.Ma /
    } ; .. gels; drive beuulilly .J his knee \vbll"1 dung &jx..'- 1 the kiek off on f..Ur. downs e '
    .IIIk.'M. 'Fashion. bender Q'JJ1f/; / ..- "
    Sending Agner and hall lees sK week and 1 Reese wastosfitulUed I..he Tlgera did little better ,-

    "k Dvtighl\ Elder up the mill! with a knee however aa they could ge .
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    and himielf! : on the opto: "ttio.n. Both ..10U''" to In.1 but a fngle) first down efot .-: ; ,-
    iniind the end he kept; th .o go for the play-off. the 'tornado dejenae sllffene, a 'A'' ''' 1 ....

    I Kern off balance. He adde At the game's opening the On fourth down then, a hue ---

    r crucial first down at th ,.<<'0 fans sat ami. d aa the I of To. nadus rush id 1 Uter pUll. ..55

    eke City slm himsaf on ornad forrwall broke up the I e' "L. Ciawtord fedciouglas .I -
    I irterbavk draw play even luge Tiger offerute. they were.. got his hands. on U. ; Y GI's 4 ..-

    guard which, netted neveinbt. even more amazed when the ball but It caromed 15 yon' lAfAI

    ,. "little" Tornajo line conaisl- out *o U.. Tiger 43 befo. "

    A Crowd Thrlllrr nay outcharged the Tlgei rnea smothered It II ..
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    A thriller all the way th Un. \ Agner got two yards, the L lI.----I. &> _.--' '
    .me had the huge crowd a. Tornixliir 1 Mtrike' .. over l left guard' b.-fore Kld ?
    000 excited, teiilon-ail<. Th. first time the Tornados. went over the left aide for 1i -r .-- lsr
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    ins on their f fe-t yelling hyrtcally .. had the ball in the first quarter I i I more to the Tiger 33 and aI j .\ nand dual to Snag dawn fulibiM-H. Alu-Mry Agai-r. poke .,-

    If a ball carrier gala. they drove 52: yard from I first down. Falcon got five I up ,"'uabl.l yardage for a Tornatlo, first d..wn. II. went for DRAPES a ,

    ,4 1 .aa much aa eight' or nliuirrti .. their 20 to the Lake City 2*, around right by cutting back i two yards. after lht !...<. Tiger ".'..nol..r.l hit him. We Know what men Ilk* .to --
    linei. "before they could be slopped l and threading his way througha Cafe Curtain Thal'lt .-
    or when the two I wear. why giftTIIE
    It wax .,ph.. ..fin. r sail of I she _|.lrlt and,, fighting any _.
    each other reaultinia g r On third down and Itve to go. host 0( t.. k ler.. .
    'verged choMen her 'U to
    Mtir 9-
    for Iwo ...llIt, of the. undefealnl T..rnad"'. ,
    r lu.a on the down. Falcon missed Handy ttander-" He handed to fclder 'I'KKFKtrr. ,( : CJIITFOR afore with VOUII() ( man! -
    Fullback Agner beside,I| son by Inches. In the ;n
    bring the game'a lone Tilivered In the s.von
    a fumble Intercept. Red squad. on the running of 1, yards and another nut down yards to end Steve Chamber-: alretfly' rapped: their first \ Have The Largest

    r" a pass to end the Tiger' .."1 1 Agner, Elder, and Falcon, drover Agner. got four. then before lln to the IIHS 37 : Florida Star Conference I Selection Ever; and
    .. .Ico.. went" for seven more on Hardware te, 4 cab
    : i Elder hauled the tall Tiger I championship and send themto Complete My .
    .. ii le.ay up tM middle and the end" down from behlml.' but ; the .state pl.,.ofta, Klrnch.Hayon' .

    third first down. Lake City was the chwejit to Th IevL's' can be dangerous f'
    ,\a.lPtntnl./...sl. e Jo'Ihf.rrr'a"'
    I the Tnrraih goal It heJ be Two cruaning plunges by kirk- Acetate. Illend '
    all night' Agner inlerrept.r'( by running sn op-n'n'; w ;
    liner then got the 111 'The Hewetfa next .pa... h',,, .-vei off Lark for the TO ."'tl""t J .
    JulT literally pulled. thruugn to end the, threat f 'kaCltv They hav batrnMacclrony Solid.. and 1'.U"rn14W..Itbl. tie w

    r ..I_ tacolers and carded jner ,Mf" \TMTK 'M" 8-0 sod P K ,
    >. the goal with" him so HIM t IIS I I Vow 31-13 .

    .....rmln. Falcun kirk fur the .....nt after U ( I.t 139 pjun 's. la very fit and

    went wile w tne 'leit.owever Passing, 2 I danrrroo runn.rI.\ wa* t ; .

    I'maltie 0 0 the one woo ran the kllt.off -
    1T 'l>>y that extra point .hud Yd.. Utlliwl. 21 H IVl) '>.*rk agalnU Lake City Q jar. t -
    me worr." ..l. I cork) Just. see Hushing 112 M. lertack IHUy Hitfhina., gir4

    \.. d them wincing< 7-. wh' a evena Pawing" 24 4* intt pound senior Is also a 1 Y
    tie, would. have sent ". to Penalties" 1010' good l runner ant h<> can throw

    the[ tate llurse ..Ul aftel I Y4a, TenalUed & V* the ball .

    Lhe contest 1 ',- Compfd. 2-9 2Psas I, But the beet H''je: Ihdlhrk
    a Ihe Tornadoes. allowed Lake Is fulHxx-k Tomrm Osm-
    'e Int. by :1 I 1
    City to mount tehtr longest I Fumble Lost 0 1 bill a 175 POLH>
    drive of the night after scoring pjnts 4-235 4-31 runs hard ani win, power '
    TI 2. yards U was ,. J'gJen.
    < the I, Score by '}umrter Klifilt! hilt Drure Mstulre a A
    a penalty and ..nlnure.pUon 135 .In .oodbiork'nn
    etOJ-pood by Ursdford O 0 4 O 6 : pound senior a
    Falcon. at the
    w" by bark
    Like City O O 0 O 0 I
    ;.Itarke( 10( yard line II. ran Touchdown rot Pi1ngl, \) a 2'31)< pound

    be ball back to hM 32: Bra :1.-1: Agar/ :I'tI run I luntor. playa left tsrkl'* la the.: .
    Proving K sun had sometfe tll'nf"lt" mn rn th> t-am. ant .aV r Y. .. -
    kit the Tornado offense s bird tt mire' Ultht tltS', : [ '

    moantd Its longest drive 01 Green Cove Key "rViir WillU-naon\ ,, ISO U asa a
    t ta. she night In the anal minutes Junior anrt I H t'>u.M; ..
    but the Tiger defense still hat hard. tn: mov- Oust ft nnte M
    pride It stopped the U C KJ Heath art John Hpemrman 1 t S.,.;

    drive bare Inch. short of To Play-offs, 10 a good J-b for th* LwrlUH' .I..t.ti
    ant down .t UM Laoe City I'' f.. er. lally. I.l a uorrl

    Agner .had hit tae line for(< bl'-ka-r and will hit

    four yards twice in s raw ami Perfect Season T>>* Tamale _UI: ttU bmlr l1

    EWer one for two ia.'<14. 'M the w vlc i of a-: tai f ;
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    .\ measurement s .. all Ifwbts ally of the Bret Coach Dart Hu.-nc via take and mVld1e..ua r-t. end pas
    defensive 'nt. unJefeateJ Tins( to end Joey Rene
    dcnrn. 3der hit Ox Tiger natchtnc
    line and it sounded Yen Cave Sprtn: &tctnntr. w [yeah Inve knee. tn,urv* k
    lamUu aatfifctra I arty I"+yae. was wUW a. weaee M 'like a rock but the big fore- .n..4t tot th* final re-gurresan : R_ was ,luit this week. re' A / '

    a touchdown daring UM --.. quarter ataast lake nt,. HereM ..*1. didn't give an inch gcmr i'' kae. frfjfn the hospital and

    lot .taa/lag .. Ih* goal UM I ITiger ,sad. bell agmiMl .hi. rightCrew Quarterback Dale H...*eU Tt./-4' '.. !t.-v Bl-je D-TlU: "nave'wcn |: U still on crutche Red line Mwalking t

    ...... .halfbarm. ft...er. f.ed m.te a brilliant -".. attempted desperately to put only tw;i raroes. toe Tor-.0'' but with a limo Both
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    '> !skeet are in no pnti' lira &
    bard are expau to toe ready
    th* score'
    ... the Tiger on
    ... the pi greaea.d"Jkl* mJ at th* .pnmmlit
    b .... andmammt tipped t In the remaining. with long take them lightly," *;.ne a perfect the state play-of! htrwrvcrTtlr .

    h* road have the .ball bomb Thutga stayed iMereaUng '' lIII'aand th* state Cla.M vUJ nave two week* to Gift Wrapper +
    _rth Iowa. from the lake City S Jmr4rm A chA0ip4onihlp ride on the ,
    The play came w f right to the final wtiia- : ret!' ready after tomorrow' .?
    10 !-Md Fal ,........ a fleM goal site threw. .1''i contort Winning game game
    a* C{ arterhark Ue ae h* completed ona Of Course
    ale pa't wa' onlyhy ash of,
    ...... early ".........,.. I for the Tuenakxw. who Ioa".i .



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    ( 161 pounds 20 to :31 Tilui," 'ay, Nov. :23.! In the Fli'siMelhodlFt ; 1 i The Inspector advised. the I ", PI"IUcoot"book:' ,2.50 at thIfyouYeoneofthemanj>

    .J 18.84c Per Lb. I rentSuccess.; 853: } pounds, HO I Church: Hev Wal.. T.Ltriu, Early Paper I unit commander. C.ipt James Tuesday For I Miami Funeral services .
    I to 17's'>> cents; Teach, OH13puir.tl.s ton Grady )p.istoi of the f'lis, Next Week ''I,'. IJIocxhvoi. that he wail were 1 -- """' '' 'PII. _
    Perry NewsomePrry at 10 a. m Tuesday In JoneMemorial ,i :- -
    12 to 10 itn. -
    ) ce.
    rieohj't-rian Church wllilni : nut pel milled to tell the mill I
    Orowcra:: renliTrrl) :..0:1: Chapel 1 with Rev -
    $1.O Miirkct manager Phil CronlKhlto : { th.! Thank! .;,ilvlnx; mrs Due to the Thanksgiving/ what they would receive on W. '
    fi''' til S'lln of 21 1674 Cook Newsome. 56 A. Hogan; offlct Una In
    'in I poiiniU> ) KHVJ thut quality of nut: it go. holiday on Thursday Nov. lnu Jon, but ofti -
    insf'p( U:; bni: 1 les!""ent tument was 11 the family :
    or Etiiketflft po
    of ppians at lost. Thll1'Ml:1y'Snlll'llOn : ; I it nn J he looks fait An off In' ; I
    i improv .nJ{: s wIll b taken I :3. The Telegraph: will brnibllshoil i'll tiuin.( higher heaclqimrlc ,
    I at the Stnke\ State ,', lies. in the !last three 011'10ur 'help deli S.itw-'av at hh hcme In Klnjsey: L 'k.C; IT1: !
    ;IOU ItY pspeii.H; of tI c.i Wednesdayirxl '5'. UK! un.t ,jcinonriL-l 1 bel.e/e
    after an extended; '!! : l'n! Lnacj' d.l'etcn! : : of DcWUt CJJn
    F nMr
    Market '
    l.ugestHI :itirtlons! of f I'IP si".fm '" "i r It"l tr I.c.n": to L wrek. the unit will l.e rated superior

    : ) ''I'( of the ruiront .Jell""". No niictlon will be hell held In Jiinuary.Sunland All torresitnn'lriils., club Hecl'llIting In the unit hu, Newacm'was b rn *f I s Funeral:>lUJ.r .

    A xn.ijfo": ) prlcoV!)'< 1881 tents ,l-cld Thllrsd.I.Nov.. 20.Thiink ;:). ind church public-It.?. chairnrn ltcri. vei.v gjod In recent ,I Dowlln; ? Park on AtlI.: 20.
    ptJ1'I n pu'ind considerably stronger ,gulng Day. 1901. then of the l I-e: O:"en'
    SetsOpenHouse rolumnisls c. arexkfil months\ with three now/ men r
    thin that: ot the first three Liiy.Unon. : D. an1 Eunice StrnTorJ New- IIIK ICIOIIT POINT for th
    ins to hate thrlr news u.ilutiiitf! 'iiicadviy night: I'rl- I
    .01.,.'63. I torn; *. He wi a n ntlst) and/ : way }'ou ritr. Come; In MII >
    lI'U..s. In our offl e )Monday vutia Uiivid) I IJ. Wiggins, James '
    9st vt?ran cf World! War II i I welrct your favorite E.slKhi :
    endinjy vnrie'ios sold wore: ServicesSet mnrnlnir./ If pontilble.dvertisin es Norman and! James E.
    ,4 i BROOK fountain
    Curtis, 11,413 poll His 13 to 22 be Surviving! Is r"v broth-i pen. TELl
    : lae AI. 1..11 -n-Hou.- .\ ( ropy should .mwson.( '
    st ci-nta.; Mixed. 1.191 pounds I 1J:! At 10 a. m. J.'lvI'UII1; at buiiluiij: i.u Ill 11 not Liter than 5 p. m.Ionday. "The unit has a few vacancies Je'-e NWh'me.! of "Sl.aike.: two'I$1ft I I Telrurapn.F I \ I

    fep tn 16 cents; M neM. .,ikoi'. Next: Thursday !, C.iuc.) in Udlne&vlile to cum at this time, but enlistments ?r8. MIs. EuJa] Mae McHae.

    > 2 240 pounds. 15'j' to 17 ..inN. U1Ll11..I..L Uu, : Hi, i ..unlivet.iiy : -i7 Year cooperation will be mo ''being processed a- - -- )

    S..linsrl. I SS7' I n t. :':: T'i ,inniinl Union Thanks- of the Institution, and t ipprecluted. bout as rapidly aa the adminIstrative |1-----------

    SfQ < rents; Stuarts flt(;O. IS to 27''. I hliiPf\!: 1: 1'11 ice. sponsaied: bvi' : luuug. ,Ule'jIlLl".1 il l Aieai.. personnel can hand.jthtm : I 1I with water problems

    3Jf cents; Van Dom.nflr> 're '11I1Ist'rt:11: Al1 Rctjidaticnvetk) will be he. : : ,"" commented CW l' A. L,. I I i

    U.I. .I%y. ..._..v. ::41.I Crosby. Jr., personnel officer FREE GREASE JOB T T "
    ro I O.-tn-Holls.' tours \\ill stll.I. Company D The unit quarterly pay ;

    ';111* U-i-o C.i.ij.i'1: ut 1 p. m ilotl for September, pI'I I } ]

    I 1'30 y m., auj 2 p in After i ,1'TJW' Undergoes'nspection it rl November has no other I

    3 ItCAVlCWR Uiu' '>,1 /l 01 tn.' Summi training assemblies scheduled, I WITH OIL CII.\ (Ca:

    Tiainiu Center anj tlie: cllstubuilon k anti we hope to get the unit ,
    cf J; 'lnLcJ mueilaltLurs paid: by Third Army Finam, I RESlHEA'J
    will be condujLeth : :
    Company I D (Malnt: ) mr.:! | before Christmas and in tlmit'i '
    ..... ,, oujfli! th.- co'.fnes! shico .
    -- ; Tni : :. Bn. loon! National I riunrdtn't. do for old ; 'J
    some shopping
    -= ---r...,.--- -:.-:-_ ('< upatljnal. thuupy, an WALKER'S SHEll
    -,-- -- -- '= : "L'lel' J.1\1. : hnd Its. annn-U- Inspection I Santa Claus," Crosby itate'l. I

    !. ma; Sup:imtcndent: II C. Philip | Tuesday nljrht. Nov. 18. bv a .. '

    i I \ I" 111 I "t i .1.I 'Al-out 70 uiides\& hav .5.' ,4 repreHpntntlvo, from :3rd U.S I Quarterback Club II SERVICE STATION' :::. .,: : :: :

    ''iC@LOnllG- ,' 'been nuitej( it o lhat,, the vU :i:5.1:' .=
    Army Hen "i' Itur nlM: be taken in smal To Meet TuesdayThe I ..t! '
    : : (ifi-oups! of twenty tluoush r, a1 The inspecting/ officer, MaJ' fiW r1th'-
    I' I i- '' (Formerly Tom's Shell Service)
    '. j ; 1 I 11, i iIi representative sample! of alt. _-- Charles. W." Buchnnnn, vlmtml Quarterback Club will 'I

    : 'L JT-- i I '. Ihs cottages and< pro4rams." I all the unit facilities used l at meet Tuesday. Nov. 23, at 7:30p. : ,1.35;; E. Madison St. I, DUBRANCEI

    The superintendent added Chinese Boy"Adopted" m. In the BHS gym. All |;
    I : : the 'armory and at Camp
    .. ..... -.- I I", "Please bilna your entire football parents and members I I I r Pump Supply
    ram-I the Organizational
    i Blandlngr Including
    --o\;\' This Offer Expires Dec. 1 1965
    ily Childien ui ler 12 of the QB dub arc urged to C I 1235;; N. Temple Ave.Starke. .
    I tntrrtalned with movies and Maintenance. Shop attend Refreshments will be1!''l I'
    I II Fla
    I 1 Kama's, and there will be cilbs By Juniors and indicated that the unit nerved I-- - - .

    Th. DRIIMMONO and play area for the very
    i-mall] "
    1 M rk XI llerl.l C.Q583: children.
    SIMuhtt(overall..dlamttar) ._t4: Refreshments will IntKxIuclnir Won,; Ka Wai.
    be served
    iOb In. .q'fc.vc 1.L.:
    .q. plctur. tg HIP little Chinese boy, who '
    .. -* ijy after the touts to everybody. a
    livs! In Ifonz Kong and has
    :1 Vlsltois are advised to wearcomfortable
    :.j New glare.? proof RCA Hi.LITE Tu BE delivers color so walklru; shocs.I been "adopted" by the Junior

    i. vivid and lifelike you'll compare it to color motion I Woman'1' Club of Starke.

    :. pictures. Super-powerful 25,000 volt New Vista Man Wonn's father Is dead and LU4SSiflEDictUqN) [ $

    I chassis ultra.sensitive VHF and UHF tuners and I Charged his mother deserted him. He i

    Automatic, Color Purifier combines for outstand- With Theft now lives with his paternal i
    'Ingall channel
    performance. Rich
    grandmother, an Illiterate WIdow -

    born Hobby charged Franklin by the Allen Bradford has I awmbllnK win earns plastic 14 cents flowers a day at 20 w"r
    From (:Jonnty Sheriff's ofAre with home and receives 4.40 per (nilniimini/ charge| ) I 100 wnril __. _ u____ .03 $I.5O |...r Imli-ftr..t Insert...

    $349.95 three counts of I month from the governmentSh If not 'paid In mlvunce. _?-_ 1.25:
    petty liirceny Cur: According to Deputy Hotel receives Rome help tram a Kfynl. roilfol. I" Mind tu\\,*

    .t Green Franklin Is aiciisseil cousin who Is an odd:! workerIn (minimum charge) ___._____ ____ 1,21 (Inlniuni/ charge) .- _u ___ %.:\0

    ,lot stealing Hevernl" old- a garment factoiy earning Uiuh Hdilltluiial. word over 20.- _- .0.1 <>*.-r 54)) unrilt: |xr ssord---------l .fl:1I ):
    fAshioned l iron wash pots and, 88 rents! uoiklnif day.

    LOWBOY n pulpwood saw blade on No- The Junior Club has spon- I
    LOW PRICED I FOR SALK 11. A. V. A. CotiventkMWl
    cored Won for or
    vi-mbcr) 12 from Harold Eunice I one year contributing Insurance Problems? HASTINHS: end :Mack from Its Individual Loans are available In St&rkr
    Ciiilll.s: both of the UPHOLSTERY WORKS Ready mix concrete COnC2'8MMock WANTEDTOBUY
    awtey nre.a members I not fiom the clubtrensurvl Cau The Man From" & house piers sand cement or rural area,. lut rates from

    1 ____ Allen nll"tndlv( sold the pots $15 per month Keystone'5George W Lemon St. Palatk mortar mix. roc*. steel. 1 5\. to 6 per" e-nt. Paramor

    ----- _L-a- I j through Foster Patents. Plan, E. LaRue Furniture Reoalred ,..t..r shell lime rock. roof ,, Homes. phone 989-4111

    tnr with healquirters In New UphnUtered ft: Reflnlshed Kravel. lintels. BRADFORD !Htarke! Fla' _tfchg

    More Pooplo OwnCAVICTOR Yolk T'lli provides Won- with Kpvstoius Heights MATTRESSES REBUILT{ ENOR. CO Phone 964 2521 Saw Timberand I
    Pl'BK: Oil. :
    Consultant For All Your tfrhu
    food. cloth '11?. m-rtlcnl(: cnie. Nelnnr prinirn Starke
    Than iAflYOthurTjluvi5j0 two( bay service station L I
    Insurance Needs.RepresentlnE .
    and !ome! hool mt'n"y With-
    and Hox Springs and :Madison
    .. r.iJliI out this hel;;>. Win would be rSI'II'U\NC"' .: for lease at \
    blkMWhlte unable to, attend school. Great American Ins. ('e Drop I'. A Card or CallPAI1KA AT nr.ul'C'F.U It.\Tr./i/ I Sts Paid training/ available -
    .t KA' /R-OfTO
    Mrs, Whiffen Tta Traveler In'.. Co. AUTO' KIKK. BOTIflYI.P Call Travis Mathls. Jack. Pulpwood
    !! Wayne chairman
    I or Color 473-1803 Da AFTER 6 P. :M. i sonviila 35B-1311 tfchit
    : of the Junior Club's Com- I M ] PF.GOTII.F.B K. ruSSr.RISIII'"A \ I
    .I mlttre 473-4325 Mite C'r. ACJKNCT: : ,' IMMEDIATELY!
    on Poielgn Affairs Is I Rusln. 209 E. Idklns MtStarke. ('S'SI'-\IOPI'URToolr; ;
    Auto Fire Horn tf'hll'WE
    1I Charley In rhnrijc' of the pi'eject. I'Un Al'lt. I Large United States an-1 Can-
    I tf Monthly Payment I _
    f; I adlan company In agricultural T1MLOG Inc.
    I30Dw0RrII for around $3:\ each, and they I FOR SA I..F.- Fill dirt. top soil. : BUILD by your( plans or field urgently requires representative ,

    1, LI "i-re recovered In.. one Instance. BE SURE TO SEE World I tractor work, new and used I will draw piano to suit you / In this C-wnty for
    S 23 tflo(o..ii dial) I We build on voui lot or ours 5 Mi. So. Starke 301
    ,, W. T. Jackson on
    K-fon' the uppllM Applicant
    f 28.1 iq in. pictu. owner knew they Book before buying any other biilldlnx Crop Service Department -
    -'" Johns 'ver missing I Encyclopedia: M A. Payne. Bulldlntr Material and Maanlnory Pnramore (Horn**. 969-4111 must have r--cent agricultural Phone 961-0211

    MwJ4stcZTV ShoUt thi-t question/ : your local representative live Supply Fhon 944001 -' Starke tfchaj backgiounl and be Contact f.. II. Outlaw

    CaTS: PILOT'S! rnmiT: I 10S8. ? O Box 803. Phone _tfPhC well regarded In area:

    "I 964.3704. tfch' Position U full time or can
    RCA Solid Copper Circuits am a of an- Di. D. W. Whlffei flew the I FOR SALE': Oood bu"'lnesind j MARY QARTERPAINTS be handled at first along with, FOR SALE -jIuuM 8 rooms.

    Tinted RCA Pan,O.Ply picture tube I iii|tie/ Kl.issniire: and potlt nerrssiy, tests at Stcnxel AirField THREE BEDROOM :C oath residential properties, In your present: farming opera- :3 bath with or althout fur-
    r>'. Some of friends last Friday and Improved. and unlmirovwl 964-
    my woo Starke. nttuie 10 acres Ph\ ne
    I lot .cr-: Successful can
    22SOO.volt (design average) New Vista chassis home on yon $ tion applicant;
    |tune collet-tions( of e. pen- tail i cd h's'! pilvate pilot's; H V KnUht. P ODrswer between $100- 4691 2t..i; *II It
    ": t Now Vista VHF Solid State UHF tuners \Iflcnle down small monthly pavmen.Piramore Cltr tf..1w expect earnings!!
    :> )Ke This cUltle: the r
    s paintinurs/ sculpture Homes, 989-4III! I I $150 weekly, with excellent oP-

    Rich "Golden Throat" sound "stumps etc.. North hundreds / holder. to carry paa en ers and' StArke t.r'hll FOR RENT -- One Bedroom portun'tr for early advance- FOR dALE!: One two bedroom

    ,( of dcll.irs.) Is' an 'all- i plane in tha conduct of his trailer trailer space with pi\- Complete Line m"nt In this ar"a home. W. Marti, :on St Lard
    risk. insurance available Lacy Ccnway was COINS WANTED tloK. Over nl' ht I pirltln' Clone ofPaints Wilte an1: tell me about lot. $12.30O( A1ooo.; one tWO bed-
    i flight
    We Do Our Own Financing <9 COMT, such collections instructor IUIY; SKI.L: TKADK. to .shopping cf'ntf'rVe.'ltmore' yourself' Reply at once to room home Ol TT Road excellent -

    jiiralnst. 31-hr. .\ppr..I.. ...: S<-"I... for ''and Trailer Park phone 969- AllSupplies Vice Preldent Box 11(),'\. Win- condition: Call 964-

    fire theft"or dam- your olil 1 coins. frr' ... of rlinrKi. 3201_or mt'l-IOTI') : I tfehg For trr Oitrtlen Fit 3trh. 11 15 S77I tfcha'
    ..IIJ', p of kind?
    RENT Fieshlv decorated FOR SALE -. 17 Cubic footDeep
    Fort All
    Charey E. Johns .
    I Ki-y'stoni- Hi'lulili FOR RENT Al vest' round 3
    12 Wides furnished apnrtments Also Freezer. $50 434 Polk St
    bedroom hau"e) on Klnijiil
    I AperryKM : FOR BALE--!: 11)82 Chevrolet! unfurnished house H S Burdctte Buy/ One Gallon; Prx>n" (9fW-492:! ) I t.f'hlC Lake Call Sam RoMenbera

    =:: 2:11: 1 N. Temple' I'hone !)<1-0(5.11(;: : S. Wninut St. (''''1tllmfade: I Corvalr ramiwicle tnick 40.000 Phone 524 Ofin-,1124:! North: Cherry t tfrhg St./. (iet One (J a I Ion FOR SALE10 ft. by 50 ft Store for tnfoitnatlon tfcha

    PHONE 061-0201) For Florida Living aohml miles $995 00. J R .F It K; i K: notice! trailer Bargain price.

    nuMnnton. Tfchd FOR SALE4 bedroom 3 bath $2500 Excellent condition

    YOU Ccl' More unfurnished house. Call 969- Phone' 9r-S201| I Cot $3 aoo See Mr Walker: at Madam Roberts

    BALE freeze" bref od4 after. S\ n m 4txha t I1A Walkers Shell Service Ststlon.H'lthwav .
    For Your $ S S FOR -Deep ;? :.15.1;;: N. TempleIIOIISKSIIOKINC' SPIRITUAL HEADKR: :
    a quaiter or half Also wrlru inn In "ta-ke tfrhg
    No Salaried or Commissioned type :I.Iayta washing machine FOR SALE- -10 acres!! land TOO I { : ) ;I (; ,\ ADVISOR
    < : -outh J.1: E ward Jr Div FOR. SAtE.--B'., Sltl'"n cone
    : Empioyeee In good shape ANci 1 and :3 J l.r..1. and l ('orrs't'tltelris.iiiate I will n wrr .iiany q
    be 'room trailers for rent phone! 064-3521: Nlte 9C9-I924 Kitrrlrr' for need As 1 I' 7c n 'talk R L tksis. I..,... "Ianl.c". lss'si.ne' .

    ;;: ,,r- DAD & IWAni.AItSKM:' Cun be moved on your own tfrhK IMIII.I .Mcl.KOD: Batten. Road 100. South .. "" 1'1'1_.. and all .prohlrnt -
    ,::- 11 I :23
    ?; .. I.IKITO: WORK let: Phone 964-1651 FOR RENT: Unrurnl"hroom -" 7 Trlcphone. IMV27OIKnntf : I 2tp *.

    Jtchu 11 18 I' I. H. 113
    house/ at 711:1: N. Walnut \
    /'. YOU Benefit I after 6 Rrnokrr' t'1... FOR RENT -. On- bedroom
    CaU 9-2594
    !\ = J-/ I'HO.'ITS'rolkr Street comck..,..' furnlshel hoiis" T
    -- .--r.IT'S .-"',;" -, .-..-_ '=_ '-"'" I NO 3is rorI.TIM p m ltp 11 11 tfrhaHOUSEKFEI'FR "
    trailer Water and electricity
    -" .
    AllSI/eson" Display farm o'sn"r reports
    WANTED -- furnished SuitaVe. : for cotnle
    8-10-12() WidesI' gtxxi Income Lovely 3 bedroom'' POINTFR male full grown
    Tn live In and take care of 8- or single/ Reasonable
    '!/, Bath!'! 1'* bath home PanMe.1 Uvln has! taken up; at 200 E Adklns: year old boy Woman with Phone !909-1281.peon :3trha. HI' til ItmulInK. / frivnte

    and Kxpnndabtea; room. built In oven and rang StVtll O'A'n"r1' anyone children welcome Cir funiIshed and ( o8dent1tMIEltL

    Toweiln Plnns hade lawn wanting\ the doa pease: come Ph 471-3104 Box 41J8.Kf'Itonf' !' 1.00
    Pi of I table! buy JO.OOO; 1 3 and get him Itnc FOR SALE Nearly new

    I New and Used down. HeUhts. FU Quaker Hreulatlnheater! with 'iisit.iss. .II ..,.. fai 4 LIII.
    'r NO. 124 II \PI'\' UMNO: drum and stand $83 fr \\rrtt l It.ity_ A .-.... la C ,.II'.
    W.IoTEtlm! -
    S-Yr. f financing availableUse I Lovely 6 room twin3 bedrooms .. st:\\ IHI:! \riiiMs "'I R L. Bdtten Road 100 1''''_ 96'-1.
    for a'emblycperators.
    medl t op'nlnK
    : w bath open \won h R- 1965 Model Clearance! Sale: South 2tp 1125 llI _
    i Hlih school graduate Ir1si.
    Our ItrntaTpurrha.se frig Incl Beautiful<< I In. Pe- In'' We hare !Ie\pn 196 round
    with fmlamentalt! '. !S. Iliwsy SOl
    .. cans.. Azaleas aarden. bobbin S-wlru Machines, left
    Plan ariieNeir LOST with
    I'a ment.t ring approximately
    > 4 flectrU-lty or electronics to assemble 4 :Ml. ...Ih. ?-c.r&... H..
    : I 1i Under $50; (} Per Month }lake. Good Value' $6500. or ted tubes Tramlrt These machines are comple'e-. 20 keys and bottle

    I L4 Only 90;, g: -- $2.0OOrwn or experiences; In Armet F' rrs ly guaranteed Equipped to Utgag. opener Return to BdfoM If
    RTROI'T" F\I.TV :! male- buttonholes" tic. County TVIearaph Peward lip
    %_, ( applicable' Excellent benefits -
    \X:; 2111* N. T"mpl.n.. 1258\ total price WUl
    28". 36"&.48" Widths an1worktm conditions ao-rp
    I iolE'Mobile [itt S. JfltJ older: mach' "n for part M1C PUlP H tNTED
    payment -
    Dally! Intf'n.tl"9( a m to 3 FCR SAtE-Chen D for Out 2
    TIME 14c Phone """-U'" Phone Orlando; l>-t. Men In r(".).j em!I' myt 21
    4 :" Your HomeWinterTif p m. Saturday Interviews.' 9 a torr house In l- .ter Contart\
    413-3S77 lot i-hg -III to 60. 8 h:-ar dAy S d".k" ,
    FOR SAlIaploo: : crib, and m tT 12 noon SPERRY Electronics 782-3870: or 783-3300 Itch* 1
    '. Home SitesAVAILABLE Two me:k* ;ilkoatlan..
    t. ht Draft-Free 'mattrras. Clean $11) Phone Tube Division. Sperry" COME; TO 3A5 !II TempifVe. itate reUremei! .t at; SoUl

    I Q. ', ; -- 964-2409.: I khtt It,18 R'n Corp. Oaliv-wllle! : Fla !the new ft toed appliances m'r FOR RFVT Furnished gal- :' Security" Writ 01 contactpeesonnel

    and! equal opportunity em- have to offer': Ba- aln prices aire! apartment on Klnrvteyi'
    Full i pa.tment &
    TIME to Privilege* I ) !n'
    k Up T 40% I Homestead Exempt- WILL, BABV SIT In. my l1. mt'. I plover Itchg Phone !94-75 ''Lf't' Happy take phone 3O3-2301. Kln _- | !Und Tr.imif) Ce: lei p o

    r JUST CUT Financing br! day orweekat 433 E Call make von huoov 4th II 25 :>'y Lake Itcha Box 1ISO. Oakl<<'s.\e\ 4M: :
    on Your Fuel Bills DUE TO DIVORCE. Wa haveA
    Fred smith
    TACK ON St. Mrs. Up 11 18 FOR SAIEHmi...- and 129
    AND acreage -
    L -. I Re' M. iI OVERVOUR 10 acres at Stark!? with :3
    Lake Geneva : FOR RENT-2 bedroom fum- ': Needle Dial-O-Mstlo Zia Za1f. bedroom unftnlsh! -.;a frame 40( acres on New Rlrer Wly of IIM: 'IF: III IP H VTEI>

    FLEX-O'GLASS is the original and WINDOWSAND Uhed apartment S09 Center St like Nw Makes Fancy Stitches. house!" 1200 down balance al- N W '. of s.V '., East Of Ae 21 O M sd i : neaUi 8 i il

    r: only window material that carries a DOORS Trailer SalesIn Mi*. Ooldle Martin tfchg Makes Automatic Buttonholes reedy flnsn d No qualifvln Plver This bn-t adtotns; t Dt C.!'l hours AT S d *yj wucaUcn k Mm. ,

    : i rJ' 2 YEAR GUARANTEE. Look for the I Blind!:! Hems. SOn Monograms Buttons. Embroiders. Call Phil Black Ph 349-2904:! Nettles!' : and H L. John South .. 10th! g-ade ncmlUMV
    and West M. S H*r" on sIck In,- ..
    :214-5w .
    Rout 100. On :Mile r.fi..t"n. FOR SAlE-liM4 THan Mobile! u I n .It..ur.:
    ,1 name FLEX.O-GLASS on the edge. Darns Patches. EfcOuarantf"f"d. N -rth W Bucfcner LewU. Jasper men' benefits. W 1
    y r _
    IMrhtsOpen : Home. 3 bedrooms-11 bath .
    a Assume Remaining FOR SAt E-3 bedroom frame Fto.

    Get Genune.FLEX.O.GLASS! At Your Local Hdwr. or Lmbr. Dealer Sun. & FenlniM" Completely furnUhed Contact 5 Payments Of n O). Ph hou e at Lwt\ $';$ down ',o Jt.plW T Psiiests.l>'W.tnc 1 K'Manatee.j' P c o
    I I Jerrr! W Micks 964-6601 or Cm11C1,1': Lake City, AnytU Box
    quaUfylnc Call
    Phil BU k I. 0.1 .Clilt.. .
    l A 'TED-N1.ht w* rewL APply 1130.l : r. .
    I Leee *t FU. Stat Prbon. Itp '" At '752-2011: 3tp 1125: Ph. 359-2804 2t.cl1C U 1 18 :
    i In person rxxl OrJU. Itch4 < tL 12'

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    I Bradford County Telegraph

    8TARKB. FUk. THURSDAY. NOV. M. 1963 .. I" _..

    the -

    - ce !I NEWS And NOTES Ely

    For Today's. Homemakers

    : By Martha Sue McCain 'FAR a

    How GoodIs I County Extension y Q

    : Home Economics Agent: ? I rrr

    I Your Imagination ? I \ a
    LET'S EATIHunting bird. Some cooks bAke stuf

    seems to be a topic ring separately in a l Creased!
    high on everyone' lint loaf pan or casserole. ('hiring \ 1'M
    hiJ whether you actually take partin the last hull hour of roasting.

    J y wry! ; the port or you U.tNto time. Or. they make individual
    I II someone elsa relate their experience serving In custard cups

    .. or maybe you get the Packaged ready-to-use pout
    I 1
    1 cooking detail. Among the I try dressings. as well as rec

    -- most highly prized of all wild i Ipoa from cookbooks, give nl,
    1 7 game la Venlaon. We are al- I tsrnntM for the amount o icvec
    t] Q ready g&tUnaIOme calla on : liquid to add to the brelld..nd.euomng .

    preparation and thought name mixture. Thisdrpvnds

    i .i A,.Iwl general Information might be on the cook's prefer

    9.i Nttiaa4 helpful to many of you. enc,. Whether dry or moist '' a
    Venison if properly, dressed stuffing should be lightly --
    and cared! for in the woods by spooned Into the cavity of thi c ,
    J the hunter 4* free from objectionable I bird. During roasting&, the -
    I and socalleU"gamey" dressing absorbs juices amexpands. K, t, C hd

    flavor Unpleitsantexperience {
    } j'rgM r i with venison on Stuff a. bird Just before
    r .seal e f,' the table could be due to lack rountlng .*.rt in. difficult to
    of cure before it reach the .
    either chill or freeze a bird I
    kitchen. Good cooking l la very properly when its tuffed. Mix I
    t important in making venlnonappetising ingredients Just before stud
    and It can on a* flnjf. When mixed, they too

    1I 1t 1 good as the best meat from .are difficult to chill. ,. 1
    the butcher.
    Home economists lire often 1
    VeiUson's characteristic flavor '
    asked If stuffed poultry can be
    a'r seems to be concentratedIn
    partially baked one day andftnb.h.
    the fat and. If strong, trim.
    next It la .n unsafe
    ming away EXCK8S: fat helpa
    . pnutlce The stuffing& actsas
    reduce this somewhat Keupin
    . An Incubator for harmful

    I fat mind that a.venison you trim U a off rather" the bacteria Soma poultry ,Is. l prepared ao I Hail The' King!

    dry m at. i that trussing. |I. not needed

    I Can you close your eyes and picture what the has been established' Instead' of closing stores: and When replace you some cook of your the veni.on rat, After stuffing Just stick the --

    dilapidated block, pictured above would look like whitewashing! the windows as they were doing a ,legs under. the bund, of akin
    trimmed in
    eared- of its crumbling building cemented few years ago the property owners are redecorating you be off done butcheringThli in several' at the tall' If present.. or tie rl.onnullr. IHtN tlM.: the .hnv..n",m.,il rxltlonor, the Clerk of Mill. Court olhi, ,
    = may .
    f'.1' ell 1,1 itln
    them together with -arl. ciirtmi Kuifi: ni> 4Ini rnl. his mmn wC "t rrne rice h entei
    tA.e'J' and marked off into neat parkingspace* and replenishing their stocks. way. Wrapping baron or fat soft cord In re: PxiiUim "fCUflon pvtltlitn In the ...buvwslyl.dcourt .... .t you trailing,( eitlil. silup.
    With perhaps a row of palm tree along the sideWalk pork around venison when lOiisone': (In ffi., ( for the, ..1iiillnn|. of the lion
    The urban renewal program working hand-In. I for. the .iliiillnn' of "minor shad 1 nerved" therein and WtTNEHM ir.y hsnd. and| seat,
    in front and other attractive: plantings hand with lo'alln"Oup of businessmen' has launched cooking by dry heat(roasting) riaitlo Notebook $t:39!! a| tI h< | Aluil'TlnSllesley ymi .ri> required| tit how ,'"'''' of mill.. niMirl. at Murk. ...1... iUlhl .
    the Bides a helps replace fat and retain TrIJOKU'll. ItftliiiMr'" t.ynrh unit why the son,. nhnulil. not b* sand day ..f th'tob.r, A.UIMS.
    t along a $10.5 million program of rehabilitating ahoutIddy'h'e moUture. Some people prefer Kevin. ,I.on. l.viuh. MinorsMI sronlnl hy:' .0r.ln. a ipy of .
    blocks of the New businesses III !.: your written ititf.num.*. .If any ('II A 1tI.1'JJII A. DAItllV
    { Perhaps it doesn't! take much imagination to piercing the meat with a I x. THI. .. .
    : < larl 11' fnitir OK. To t'A IIUII'.I' II I.VNfll n"till ll >r.* II. |1'1-1"<'e, I*. O.lirnwiM ('I.,Ii "f Ihr ('moultnrl' -
    Create this! picture and what it would mean to are opening and making a profit while old businesses sharp thin bladed' knife, then. KIOHIIlt f hill 11| j| mi I U. tin N K: Txnlli start l 10111, Hlnrlie, KnrdU. At- ray 1.1' Charlce A |i...rb>
    and bacon salt i mi 11r. Ir ..1x1f11N n.1 n..vlll. 1'Inrll.you tnrnrl fi r I'etltlnner. and by fll-> rurta
    the central business district of Starke but itwill that had closed are reopening planning stuffing or pm'kinto unrurisll11 ,
    rorYTy In. the nrlvlnsl Iherenf with
    *r Itorvliy nniiriml" / that 111/" It 11/11
    these Kilts. Still others
    to invest new capital in their facilities.
    take some initiative and also some money.
    prefer placing a piece of
    [ What other towns have done and are doing to The same story is I being repeated in hundred cheesecloth. or muslin saturated

    rehabilitate and protect their central business districts of other towns and cities-some with Federal aid in fat over the meat. .

    from further deterioration Starke can and some without. Even though you do get atough
    deer. or on. that" has. a
    must do. To permit scenes of dismal decay suchas For some time the' Starke City Council has had strong flavor you can prepaie
    in the heart of the business JACKSONl1arc
    the one shown here under consideration the purchase of the pralrtypictured It In appotlslng" ways. To lm
    di.- fret, is an indictment of our leadership of above with a view to demolishing the old part a different flavor Utt.

    our ingenuity, and of our initiative. !How can "we buildings! (most of them now vacant) and convert. vegetable. and fruit Juices. ar.>4.: I I

    I point with pride" or boast of Starke's progress as ing the area into a city parking lot. It is believedthat es and herbs. to suit your tastellecaus ,'
    fat has a''I
    the game
    obvious remain unchallenged through one of the numerous Government I
    long as. such eyesores! higher melting point! than the
    agencies, Federal assistance could be obtained for I
    visitor industrial site- domestic
    Suppose you were a or an fat of most of our s
    seeker viewing Starke for the first time. Which such a project. Hnablipg; legislation was passedat animals It should bu served

    picture would remain longest in your memory- the last legislative session allowing Starke to I very hot or very cold. This

    all the fine new buildings and other attractions participate in urban renewal (programs-but the together. with tart spicy relishes ., 1 /

    or the blighted areas that tell a different story ? act was' passed with a referendum clause, and unfortunately help to remove the
    -through someone's overnight the I sometimes objettlonabl' aftereffect l
    Even; if you were the more charitable type and
    that remains on the pal. ,
    question omitted I from the
    was September city
    inclined to remember the best, such scenes as thi.
    election ballot. Now: the ate.
    referendum must wait
    would still linger in your memory and create doubts If you are Interested. in
    -perhaps just enough doubt to make you locate until the regular election next September( or a more Information concerning&
    special election must bo held. Delay on a projectof I Jackson, Manager
    your new home or new industry in some other com cooking, cuts or even
    munity. this kind could prove costly. ate field care, call County 11:*. PIUNF) : lIU.toOI! ) IIKIIIM: ) IIKMIAD) :MFC.\.. :. ('0. STAUKK l
    tension Office \M .JMll: 01 ,
    There are some who think the project could be
    It isn't as if such sorry' pictures. couldn't be cor writ. P. U Uo, 247. Starke Come In Metal
    rected. Countless towns throughout the nation are handled by the city without use of Federal. fundson and .we will be glad to and and See Our Lines of New and Used Lumber, Shingles,

    doing just that-some with local funds, and others -- a do-it-yourself l basis. If so. well and gtxxl! you a bulletin "Deer fun toI I Roofing, Pipe, Steel You Name It We've Got It or Will Get It For YOU !
    -but if Federal funds are available. It would seem hunt fun to cook" or any

    with government assistance. poor business not to take advantage of them. other wild Iran, you may have I

    Tampa's Ybor City for instance. Just two yean As one writer has pointed out, the first essentialin the fortune to acquire so SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL !

    ago' it was described as a "shopworn' slum" housing a project of this kind is organized local action happy| hunting and good eat ,

    of Florida's best restaurants. It was a intelligently 'led. with determination Ing'
    some to see the job :
    :MOIIK: \TIMI: KNA.MKI: : STKKI.:.: KulnMnl llrnmlSPRINKLERS
    "discouraged area," rich in hllltory-but without through. To accomplish such a goal we need' a These are some timely notes I)Km l>IP" l'omparlmrntKITCHEN ON

    faith in the future. Business was poor, and stores resurgence of local effort, ingenuity independence, about stuffing you may be In AMKNOCKCABINET:\ ; '

    were closing. Sound familiar? and pride a revival of t the once-famous hometown terestsd to read.Hrend SINK

    booster attitude and can-do determination. stuffing, seasonedwith III TO
    Today Thor City U described<<1 as a changed Local spirit rs the real magic in community deveU> hes..... dried. fruits or With H" Faucet

    neighborhood a place of optimism. New and ment. Without it. the job will, never get off the nuts, are complementary toall ..\IIC..lorli. With
    better businesses are opening and there is new ground.We kinds of poultry They hav.. 2 lrlll".1"1 OFF HARDWARE

    vigor in the air and a new enthusiasm among its an advantage slit of helping Sale $ .50 20 %

    people. submit it it time--past time----to get going' poultry keep Its plump shape. 19 lll lluyn Anywhere
    on this project-with or without the use of Federal while roasting III1
    The change has come from an ambitious urban funds It I IJI time for the 'ommu"\ltY-IIN'Ak- A rule-oj-thumb. measure ti>

    renewal program and from the Initiative of a ing Individually and as civic groups and orlCl'nlu-! stuffing Is one cup per p<>un
    group of merchants who wouldn't, sell their community tlons-to IK our officials know we want this job _

    short. Their main business street has done and will back their efforts to the hilt. It Is wonp in this. direction. I

    been almost" entirely refinished. l, with attractive: time for the City Council to act. Even though LOW LOW PRICES MAILS EXTRA SPECIAL!
    planters along the edges of the street and central the realization may be months away the time for And aveaklmt of cold w ,

    plazas with palms. and shrubbery.. A shopping mall planning is now. cnt help but owitrast when our.. n'l1: to I.h. ('In.
    __ first *.nter hen, ,
    m lathered _...s for the fireplace AWNING TYPE WINDOWS COMMON BRITES $ 5.90
    when In oider tiet
    to now
    The averare price .wte, FLUSH AND
    Farmer's DiaryBy Thursday was 17 M I warm we lust nud..' at PANEL DOORS .\\'.:u.uaUTnS. : 1"ltIe.: : Ole lie 1.11.
    I the controller on the heal C NI:w ASI1 lauu:
    pnwnd. or nearly n Had a grx>j feed of turnip Iu..t Sloes
    RAM MeCarrcyweather pitre paid when > pump Then It was pin
    one night lat week.
    started. we'd that kept us warm while: nun I Everything For Home Improvement :w d. ('In'
    say that by
    romper it I S. klknratu. and! while wtsow
    set In. Th. forecast I other vegetable dlahe are a Ik of time, In the prooeas At Jack.on' COMMON NAILS $4.00
    1 cat:. for a move severe winter T'"U .fct the fm \ *Ie and/ larklmr 'In zip surf wtwret. /
    1i .. we k>n t know
    '.- fsce time ,.. shudder
    i than last year when the crop -T and My.1Yf1a.
    I produced tntermittanUy\ V >,'n whether Un. a alter' a rule that are they cooked anouldn- too Ions be new BATHROOM NF:1..t: %.t1: HI.Jfll'n.'r,:; a,1At.Fl1. :
    l season, but never dli come Into or haste b" The new th'nes' are mu SETS s(Y. COMMODK.: TUII $40
    full production pecan"( reem. or with bacon or side
    paJ'1nChoP costs ...... but the dish was a fav man efficient. thus for sureA (Sleet and. Cast Iron) I'p

    II Business the auction there will be ennuirti /in the early day when fireplace U strut. the Ira.
    I market .to ptrklnej up. and for him to ask It ctlcat was first settledAt practical I thin lf> the worW I :i- SPECIALS ON GALVANIZED, PIPE AND FITTINGS
    I for moM of the (ht'a- utUM I
    I Showers and cool weather. so are the trove owners, as I' He cn't be Uamed thaw an
    helped the berry p&anUnp.I wtth.anrr-- In prtoea, reluctant to to o ir old place. fen, we > chlmrwrr
    west to.-atn the after. that trouble only several clumps of acacia, ,.-. as jour turn altertrl'tpht 100 $2.00
    alone last [ they are! fathering nuts I 12'I.
    I, growth they nerd befor cold,. a tweUanry due to low prices even while" oth r / .b...._... an the of fall brilliant trine: yellow out a front of the. btain. fire PLASTIC PIPE Rolls 3.4"2"e: S3.9O: 1" $4.90

    .- *. We trannplarr'ad some But what the fireplace larked

    RI THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH our dome new. well place at and all But they Over are for In In efficiency rewtfulnewi I< It and tads happy elver up' PAINTS I NEW AND USED CAST IRON PIPE

    1879 the old We remember many
    ESTABLISHED place one of the
    hour In front of the old fire .\/.Imn/ : f'.. S' '
    -- i* a nva** of color 4" X S Ft Single flub New $4.25 Joint
    M trzs a. u. MATTwrwe. Korro aMO s>ue tiM*. plan. but to iM da", we 1'\lS'n'' .
    (low used l'rlt't"I)
    e0 haven't eruntrred around B.L.P
    The lat rove* of summer are _

    Ms rto.lea'. Oveiarr WIIKLV Ncweaersi Pvexiexto out In the front yard heat pump. Ill TU \I\t' : ITS \fHrIt ''U\IHJlI.\lC'nUH: ) : t'OIC1.1.. YOimInt..I.
    ._**.. UMD Turn .... MATMCFUM.ISNIO ... most of the other plants
    .. fadln say and I18tUnc lf. like the. tottmmrv' InmUll. : NttJtH-YOI1'I.I.: :/ lit: UOI.ll"l1"1)'

    CACM TMuaerear AMD Cwrtsro A* _acowo C* eei ....n.. AT : ,. for a period of hiber ..... Th new mllklne ma. r.t7Fx: 20 %

    Poerr OcYIca AT _.,...e. rxa. U"o.. ACT Of MASCM *. ,a7.. .Uon. Tt e poinsetUas. by the. chine ate an irr .fflelentra / $2.50
    ., aN eoiorln fast as If *ets. and rery. very
    . MX MONTHS In *h. Per Cal. OFF
    D* TILE TRACK AJUCA OSTB TSAR $3.50 know that Jack frost M I but norm can -nc-re

    OUTBID" > TRAX AltAA ONal TBAA MJ.GO . mac. IIOfmIa ....wrc potaed for a sudden old-faatikmed mA.kJd: t

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    imAnronn COUNTT TELEORAM1.IITAIt.-", .. TiirnsnAT. NOV. i*. 19435

    .....? ? ...... yy.. the wekend" Ingenlath and Mra. Barbara .
    and sons Client
    Rnlelgh Brnnnen and Arde!' rim! and Peanut Fouraker children and Mr. and *tr I racistswith' the Clvrk of the FIrst PubUuatlun Nov. 4. (lQt.'T; 'LOUIU) '
    visiting in Ocilla and Tlfton. McMurtrie presented the array Brannen. scored' the extra point. thur Wilkinson of Circuit ('''U'I. In and for Hro.iford 1965. In re.: Kstate nf
    2 00.I of decorations and directions County Florida, upon receipt 11/4 4t 11/26 John 'XV. Plnholater iMrs. Don
    LakeMra. Pearson and -
    { daughter Baldwin hosts Crescent
    Kingsley City visited Sunday with Mr. of proof of publication of :\ TO CHKIIITOHsAll :
    I Mr. and Mrs. Rene Garcia for making them, and of Miami visited here wi
    have purchased the Dsmpsey: each one present made a her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. mark In the St. Johns River IMrs. William \ of Jack'a Ftentaumnt under tot sr I* AM KOH lllttUF John W. Plnholater deceased
    K. St. Nortoa home and; are In the processof I Christmas mitten ,bookmark.The M. Matrhett Monday through Conference. and which am etiifiiimd, In bunlnenaat 0111> ('01 \"'Y. FLOHIDA. are hereby notified and reqmr.:
    son of Jacksonville! U.S. Month. claims .
    301 "' e I'lmiio* 083-20S1 remodeling It. I Christmas party was Wednesday last week. Tht Church New. Friday night guests of onnle M. Khndrn Rt. :2 Tlnx In ri' : IOHtat of DecwinedNOTH'U miifid which they may haaKuiaot \..

    Mr. and Mrs. Dc-Wltt Crews!!I discussed 'by the group and Matchetts drove back to 'Mlurn (Mt. Zion Baptist Church: parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 278. ijHlncnvlllp. 1"101'1" <1.. Hole I L.ewi A. l Davla.TO tHKIHTOHH: Haiti estate. In the of.flca'uf .

    ................A A ., and sons of Ralford spent I the rummage sale set as a with her returning to Hjmp Pastor Rev. Clarence Knight. Nolan and son. ownr.Dated thin. 1 3th daY .,f N..- All credltora. of the estate ofLewis the county Florida Jl.ldlft..fHradfo.d In ,.

    i Sunday afternoon as StllKOULESKln ; / Church is 'Mr. at Htarke.
    ( lit It) II : Banifet and ''Mrs. James and required Hradford (v Florida notified
    !unty file any < liiiuis. ur tI'm"'lfb within alx calendar. mon'ha' ,
    sons. /or household< goods for the against from the date.. of the> flrat ptii.-
    School. 9:45a : 1VYVYYYYyVVYyyyvyyyi morning services were en- were which II. may have
    ChuicJi: Sunday Wednesday .
    ))01 Mrs. C. W Buff of Jacksonville rummage stile may call ;Mrs. Joyed attendance. night ",,'r.,..: 01" .""rw"'r.o'lt:" Tf' ....1.1 Htate In, th* ..er....'.. of thetiiiinty llcatlon" of this, notice. K. i hclulm .
    by of
    m Morning Worship 11 a. a good Claude Green. Bradford Ciiunty. od demand must b. writInff
    in m Training Union 6:15: !p. m. spent the weekend as Insonlath!: 480-15, or Mrs. MAXVILLEBy The building program/ at the Mr. and Mrs. Avory .t iuls'rts Notlre: : I. 'u"n""I'1C hereby fflven> t that StE Klurl'la. JuilRH In nf the courthouse at and must. state the pla .
    not guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Harry Lamtoter, phone 468- the under the calendar or ranldenve. and poet. office address -
    undHrnlfrned. six
    Evrnlnff WorsJilp 7:30: p. m. I church la progressing alo ig on and family were Sunday f"ro- Htarko, Kli rlilH within
    fir Carter. Sr. and: family. 1116 or contact Mrs. Arnold TlHl'inB of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof months from the date of th.first of ihav claimant and must
    Midweek Prayer Service. Wed- schedule and will be a great guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Florida. Art of 1941: will' of this notice be aworn to by the claimant.
    SU! nesclay 7:30: p. m. Choir Prac Miss Sylvia Norton R. N., Haddock. I Mrs. A. C. Slade help when completed. Seven Slade of Hampton and ma-Inter with the Clerk of theClreult Kai.h publication Halm or demand mum be hi. agent or his attorney or
    sei- has moved to Jacksonville to The December meeting Court. In and for Bradford become void<<
    regular the It will according
    tice. 8:30: p. m. Rev. B. T. Phone 28D4491VVVVVVyVVyvvyyy'! new additions came Into the visited Mrs. Jessie Willis <* In writing. and must' state
    tatBri: Peavv. pastor. ""Come let us be near her work. of the group will be Wednesday : church by letter. Rev. and <"'Irs. children and Mr. and Mrs. of ountx.proof Florida of publication upon receipt of- place or rMMldenri .and pOHt-of-hlnacent to law. 'I'iii.. .
    Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Macy flip. address of the claimant Nove.mnef"; ,
    December 0:30 thin
    8. at : a. 'Knight notice the flrtlttoua name
    I'I worship<) together. are working very hardon ter Blade also of Hampton.Mr. nf Ja -k'" Donut Shop tinderWhich or his attorney or It will Z. W. ICAMILTOV,
    In the absence of Kcv. B. T. and! children were Wednesday' m. I SCHOOL NEWS; !'! building the church up and Mrs. R. E. I am eniraired. In btialnepa become void avijorfllna; to law. Admlnlatmtor. cum teaiameni, .
    HJ last E. M. Nor- supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ilakrrtt. ll..nnr ppRvy. Sunday The they as as everyone family moved to
    regular meeting of the .. .'. DAVIS deceaaed.THOMAS I
    ; M. C. DuRWir of Jacksonville.( At HoiiHrwurmlng. Hlnrke.' Kin.lyonnle 11 l.KK: ; W. Plnholater
    ton was speaker for the morn- Baldwin Band! Parents Club In the community are Park from the Kaason M. Itnndxn, Rt. S This A.lmlnl..lrllC of the Estate' of PIKRCFS!:
    Jol Inn worship service and J. L. Mr. and Mrs. E. M Norton Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Baker was held Thursday. Nov. 11 very proud of the progress. An on McLellan Road where 27D. Oalneiivllle' Florida, ...1.. Lewis A. T>avlH. rieceaiied.Flrat l> O. DraWer 1030Stark.
    and chlldrm! visited relativesIn were .honored with a housewarming Owner publUiatlon on October Florida
    Bradley was speaker for theevenl11R' Invitation is extended to have been .
    tort Jacksonville at 8 p.m. 'In the Hand Room. everyone living for the Dated this 12th dav of November A.U. 1965.
    worship hour. Saturday. at their new homeIn Plans for the to attend., church, services several months. A. r). lUll at Htarke. 211th PIERCE FIrst publication Novemberii. "
    Homecoming THOMAS:
    wAd Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
    Duggar Hampton Saturday evening Hradford ('ount ', Flo.lda.IIII 1995.
    Boulah Baptist Church: made and at Mt Zion Baptist VisitingMr.( and Mrs. 1D.1-S05 N. Temple Ave.Starke. 12/S
    of Jacksonville were Saturday Nov. 13.Given. supper were the 4t 12/9 11/11 4t
    School. 10 Morning Church.At Diets and family this week Florida
    Sunday a. -
    m. Jlnmer guests of Mr. and Mrs. committees made reports on .. '... 10/ZS 4t tl/U
    toy Mrs. M. t. Wat- The C arf Of The { .U
    the Maxvllle
    : Worship. 11 a. m. Training ch1idl'f'n. what they Baptist Mrs. Dletz' uncle and .. .. ..
    are .
    ... Lloyd Macy and The terson, Mrs. Donald Shale Mrs. doing so everyone .01. Hmdfnrd f aatl>> KlnrMa. '
    Union 6:30: 'p. m. Evening dinner was given honortrw could wee hojv' things: are Church. Sunday night service from Harrisburg: Pa. In Probate.In n.'n >' YC":* 'OI' HTj! HOUSijOLDPISTS
    Win 7:30. Midweek George Williams Mrs. Robert was delivered by Rev. Grahamof Mr. and 'Mr Hoi Us re: Kntate of Etta (:. Hiover. :, FOIl HKAUfORU'01TV.
    ship, : Prayei IV %>
    moving along. The five new ....-.....
    Mr. and Mrs. Dmrgar on their Cox and :Mrs.] Lavcrne Mainor .d. "*
    FI.OKIIIt. :
    Service.( Wednesday, 7:30p : band uniforms which were ordered Panama Oily. Pastor, Rev. and Sharen Diana. and To All CredlNira And rem nMavlnir > ( I
    34-th Wedding AnnlverlllU'Y..yyyyyyyyy. ofFred i
    of the Tn re:
    m. Rev. R. L. Ta'Kan! Gainesville party was early have arrived and, Bobby Knight. Griffla, attended the (:'lahn. Or Demands F. Flume, dereamnl.OTM .
    Against' Reid Estate: : D... ..
    attended 25 .
    by neighbors
    Personals" 'H TO HKIHTOm .AI4
    p. Mr.' "Everyone Welcome. will be gIven to the students. : Callahan game In You and twh nf you are hereby I > ofFred I U.... I
    friends of the couple. Refreshments All credItors of the estate i .
    I7rv. L. A. MzQre of f Jifk.sniHtllc \ FTTTTTTTTHAMPTON Following the meeting refreshments Walter Wellhausen left Monday Friday night. sent] notified any] and fla.lina required.and demands to pre. 3 K. Flume, dneeaaed. are U......,

    : nmj, R--V II T. Wll of cake and punch were were served. A of this week to return to The community had the which you or ..lthoor..f you ..by.::;. .tied: and required to I'' -..
    Hams of Stark, both fn-i.r. served. >by the hostesses. chicken his home in Aberdeen, South portunity last week to may have. ....In.t the estate of file. clalma or demand c..,...
    I'ersona.Is. .. supper was plannedfor Etta C.! Hoover. deceaaed. late which they may have against '
    pot-tors.( attended Bculah Friday afternoon Nov. 19 Dakota after spending several an old 'time cane grind of said County, to the. ConntjrJudire judd eState :In the office: of the I
    homecoming Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 10':. L. Brown weeks here with his mother syrup maldng at the home of ftrfulfonl' County Florida county judre. of Bradford Cuun I'
    By Mrs. D. E. 11 111 attended the wedding: of their starting at 5:30: p.m. Enjoy a Mrs. Mrs. Wellhauacn 11'I. at hi. office I In the. court ty Florida In the rourthouaeat
    : IMHSON\LS: delicious supper and supportthe and Mr. and Mrs. Albert houee. of Mid County .t ftark. Htarke Florida within alx
    AcC Milton lllckey of Jacksonville Phone 468-1160 niece, Lowe Weest toV.. band. other relatives. and family. Mr. Smith Florida. within' ala! calendar' calendar' month from the date
    William Cherapy. Jr., at the I The :Maxvllle months. fron* the. tlm of the of the '1 rat publication of this '
    visited Mrs. Mary Ship- tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKunming Homecoming events will be Quartet did al| Monday through flrwt publication of thla noticeI3uch notl.... Each claim or demand
    man' and Mrs. El ma Rggn! Allaputtah (Methodist Churchin held Friday afternoon with a wonderful job Saturday' night( grinding cane and rlalm or demand ahall be muet b. In writlna- and muatatate
    ,- SaltIlrin' Miami Friday evening Nov. I entertaining 'Mrs. In wrltlna. anif shall. State the the place or rea4enoe! and
    Saturday evening. parade the chicken supper the Mary Well- syrup. IMr. and Mrs. nla... nf raeldenand. post offire post office address of the claim I
    On 4 5. Mr.
    !Mel! unlay, PIT. and Mrs. Brown remained hauscn. ''Mrs.
    T Kenneth Elder of JacfcTOnvllle last football game of the season Wellhausen often Walnwrlght and family aHdreNM. of the claimant.and ant and l must be sworn to by
    A rummage Halo. !Saturday, In Miami for that called Grandma VVellhaun- hail b. sworn I.. by" thr tnt ',lalmant his agent, or hi. I
    iTo pent Friday to Sunday and a dance in the high Lawtey were some of the claimant' hi. acent. or his ttorney. a.tt"irney, or It will become void I Fhon
    December 4, beginning 9 a. weekend, And Mrs. T. F. en, has ''been the .. .
    evening aa truest of Mis. Sadie( / school gym. I on sick list of towneri. who enjoyed and any .h claim fOr an-ordlna to IHW.
    Elder anid:! family. m. at the city hall. In plnnned Brown grandmother of the The Baldwin High :Sictiool for several weeks and appreciates affair. Told.demand, < n<,t.o filed shall be November. ", 4th 1985. I 9643965Florida

    E. M. Norton and. family J. by the Hampton home demonstration bride remained. until the following has chosen: the following off!' the Quartet. for their Rev. W. O. Mathls of James R.: ('h..<*eAa "./ n.-F.;; rot..SOM"' I
    to finance a Saturday visiting with : tine executor. ut the Last Will
    | entertainment.The : .
    :-" L. Bradley and family, and group her coN for the term: Senior sonvllle visited Mr. and and te..ta.ment of KMa. P. Hoover Kxeclltrlx' of the Estate ol
    and I
    community Christmas party son daughter-In-law. community extends their Fred F. Fume. duo.THOMAH .
    Civil Whitehead and family Class: President James Nor- Avory Blade and family deceased .
    r attended the dinner and after- later in Dorcmber., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest. man; Vice President Mary sympathy to the family of ;Jfcns Wednesday afternoon. First IMlblli-a-llon. Nov 4. 11 8-. Attorneya*at riKHCB 1 La.: ..r

    .... noon Sing at Beulah Baptist The group planned\ the pro- Arnold Haddock and son Williams; Secretary and Treasurer Maxine Joyce Redding who Patty Parrish daughter _ 11/4 4t 11125Ii. 20J-S North Temple Av...
    Church the meeting Wednes- Guy, and Dwight Davis Junior was killed in a hunting acci- Mr. and Mrs.. D..J. starke. Florida Pest
    Sunday. ject at
    Joan Davis. Junior Class I ,
    I'I Davis and& Basil Davis, of : dent in l'asaty Jutitp'. ('oneS. IC .,.... First publication on NovemberII
    Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. vlsltrd day morning last week. ut the President Jimmy Smith; Vice Lawtey Saturday. Burial and a student at Pnr llrnlfor. .l t.......,.. ............ 1 191\5\ ContralCHEMICAL
    Mrs Jewell Faulk In Jacksonville city hall after a workshop Jacksonville were deerhunting President Alvin Smith; Secretary wa! held (Monday In the University, and. 'Mary Kilgor.daughter In reKntHte, nf Cyrus KltH- 11/11 41 tIll
    clucora-, in .the Ocala National For- Long Branch Cemetery here.Mr. wnrth On.m.* tlm>...........
    meeting on Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. CO.
    Friday. Cherie Benelleld!!; Treasurer ....,-,-
    iv ioi >it .I t (oi ItT
    est last weekend and baggeda !: and Hcv and Mrs. B. T. Peavy lions and gifts. 1rs. Lillian deer. Annie Cross; Favorite Jenkins mond Ktlgore are All rreilttnra ..? the ,','t.to' ..r 1% S M II Klllt nil MII--OIIII.

    four-point Jimmy Barnes ,and Wanda and daughter. of Jacksonvillewill ing again this year on (yrua Kllwwurth; 'Meam., ..le-ss.. I
    Mr. and iMrs. F. n. hall.; of 11 rt. PreHlrlt'nt.Jerry toe moving here soon to Delta Drugs Basketball team.Mr. ed. are heretiy. notified. / .and r*>. '
    O/fl1/ Sophomore: ,
    Gainesville were supper guests the Hoi I Is Jeffera house. ntilred' to flit any Rhoilen Vice President and Mrs. Homei That'5 Our Business
    LAWSON'S MARKETCold here Friday night of Mr. and ; Mrs. Marjorie manila which thy may has..iiinst GLASS
    Sacks of Silver .
    Annette Le.wl; Secretary Darlene. Patricia Jo and mild estate t In tli.- "ffl
    I' Mrs. V. J. Sludo. Sunday Mrs. Spring ''Md.. Mrs. Estelle ry Dean left last week for of the county ,jmlr. of Itradf' .dCounty.
    Storage StorePL4i Lois Hughes and Mary Dullsof Larry Caldwell; Treasurer Carter and Mrs. Elaine Florida. In th. ."irnoun "If It's Gtisa: We. Have It"
    Bailey 21
    day vacation! In
    Fnye Wildes; Favorite Dusty at Starke, KI'.rl.M., wllll'elx '-
    Mrs. Slad sister
    : Ocala 's of
    I Tourhtnn and Faye Wildes.lluliluln Green Cove Springs were Springs Ark. While the f-alendrtr .month rr'.,", ii h CALL WRITE or VISIT
    and I aunt, were, visiting/ here.J. Indian. Follow Sunday visitors of Mr. and as family Is away. Mr. date, of the flr..t puMli! 'arlnn f FOR ANY GLASS NEED

    i. \ W. Home and Mrs. Ina l-'amlllar PlanBaldwin "Mrs. John North and family.Mr. as' son and thla notice. Kiwh: lalm. or dmand "<
    Knight visited in Dunnellon 'nuwt be In writIng, "i"1 We Modern Store Fronts
    ..., and Mrs. Doss" Hlggln- Mr. and Mr. Charlie ...u.... date the |Ida'.. .,. or rexiilence Design
    Sunday\ with the O. I i. Gays. game plan was
    botham Mr. and Mrs. BufordHlgglnbotham of Jacksonville are staying a ml I |ioet off|. e a'l.lrt.. ".tfth *: Just Mail Us A Pattern ForSHEA'S.bGiAss
    Mr. and Mrs., Lonnte Mellon hardly' any different from any and Mrs. James their home here and claimant'. and, tnnat,,' he ...
    and Otis drove to St. Augustine other time as the Indians, Waters of to hy the clahni&nt., his a.tnt 1
    Lawtey attended the . .. .
    traveled to Callahan care of Maxville .r hIs .. "..n. .I'' It will I. in'
    Sunday& to visit! Mr. Friday
    Homecoming Services ,
    Sundayat Stop. void s 'ordlnr t to Ii.w. 1
    nnd ,Mrs. Clarence Hagen an' night/ to face/ Callahan, a team Beulah Baptist Church amd Nfivembor i Ut I l'!'IS> 1Thehna CO.NOT

    baby. which had won 6, lout 1, and\ Heam Thornton,' .
    tied 1.That. reported having an enjoyableday. '%m',,'. OK ,,,'r.'ltT''It: TMHNMA., IIICAM TtI'>IINTONKxecutrlx
    1 .1 Mr. and Mrs. eorge Ken- HtK.IMTfrlK, .. : ril'UTIOIK. "'s sNolt ''. : of the I..tiuI.'I': i '\ ( INC.)
    nan and family vlslttil'! her ,father _- beat the Baldwin record Rev. and Mrs. Jack Waters .... In h ...by Klvrn. t rtia Rlleworth Itearn. tie .
    in Jacksonville I whtrh-Tms the time i|'and1 Lynn* \h i tm bf
    Sunday. 'dwh.nt' { ., .
    vlMlonH .
    -2. and' the Indians f 1h.it..r| tll.fKl.l I..* 20J i f V.rth. '1'. '"I''" Nv. I''
    Overnight visitors at tho Ken- now aro Wednesday with Mrs. Dorothy of pli.rMn, A.f. of ,Illl. ,,' '
    6-2. and, the Ramblers
    arc a
    nan Saturday wore Mrs. Ken-

    I nan's sister and, family of defeat! worse off because of Mr. and 1oIra. Richard Norman -

    Let Us Prepare Your Beef and I Charleston S. C. that game plan. and sons of Highlandwere ,

    I: 1 Mr. and Mrs. K.' P. Christie Tailback, Mickey Smith a last Wednesday night
    1J Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We 105! lb. rambler In his
    of Bossier City I
    dinner guests, at the home< WAY Hrmu'ked through Callahan Water CHEVROLET
    will Pi find Ilutchcr. There will he a
    ,.., < k-up of Mr. and ,iMrs. D. K. Hill. defense on touchdown runs Mr. and. Mrs. Ed Waters and
    Small Fee for 1'ick-up-Hutchering cows $::1.00 per and daughters.The of 13, 4 iiml. 2 yards and, kicked daughter; have purchased tho

    11 end and Hide. Hojjs 3c per 1I>.-Cleaned Weight. \ Otis Forsyth family' of I two extra points as the Indians former Dan Parrish house

    For Chill-cut and wrapping 5'/jC' per 11>. with paper. Virginia spent last weekend won 28-7. from Mr. and !Mrs. J. D. Pad-

    here with their parents the Harley Thomas. Maxvlllc gett and will be moving In

    We Sell Beef and Pork for Home Free/era-: For.syth and Charron families:. boy the community Is very this. weekend, from their trailer -

    Phone !HH.$2RI 218 Washington; St. Jessie. Hranncn. of liurtou proud of. tu'orwl the other Indian home. Mr. and Mrs. Smith WORKPOWER

    spent lost. weekend, hare with touchdown on n :2'i: yard and family moved last week

    J_ ., end from tho newly.. .Dllr.h".n.t...,... ..
    = -= : ---" -= - -- -
    ;-- to Mitcclenny/

    Sorry to hear A. L. Rheberg

    ... I of 'Macclenny and father of

    till YI AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I Mrs. Dorothy Waters Is on the

    ... sick list this week. Everyone

    wishes him a speedy recovery.
    --- ------
    a-- = = and Mrs. James Coleman -

    'I. I IAtn.O I I AUTO SALES: &SEHVICE HIAIN SAWS RfotorcycleaScooteraStreit's I dinner And family were Sunday
    guests of IMrs. Cole-
    .. -,I mAn's parents. Mr. and Mm.
    A. & J.
    Saw Bicycle Shop Kills niddcns and J.
    -- Motors Inc.TIUL'MPn I Replicars, Inc. daughter of
    Barkley .
    & Mower Co. HONDA MOTORCYCLES Jacksonville.!

    Imported Car Specialist, Cuithman A Waa Seoeten Mr. and :Mrs. B. F. Colemanand
    Joe Andereon, Mjrr.ITomclite .
    FIATS 1\1F.U"fnr.'I-n.: !' Chain; Sawn Dfll'atlIIAZa..ppMOborcYcll'AEI&1e8! daughter of .JacksonvlII I

    I1ILI.MAN A. SUNBEAMS S ,U.FAUOII'OSalesI"artaSe: SALKS: & SKRVICRRepairs : &: SorvlraBCIIWTNN 'spent Mrs. P.the weekend" t here with _
    B. Coleman _
    \ OLQWe &: Parts All Makes BTCYCUCS: Lion nle. and ion _

    Specialize in .... Gravely Tnu'lor Sales l Locksmith( &: Safe Work .

    SALES fe SERVICE 113 3.13. Second St. UninesvllliTnl. & !Sees' Ic'e CIS W. UnHonlt. AT*. Mr. anu >ir.. Ronnie Miller _

    Factory Trained Mechanic 2022: N.R. Hlvd. G.unesvlllePhon Galnmvtllw 576-771 left last week to' Arlington. _

    STi-IISl: 72-nSRS: : Va. where iMr. Miller Is statlonrd -
    1 201 N. Mi1NGataraylfle Just\ orr WaMo. Road (PAINT & CLASSLiddell with tha U. S. N..vy.

    Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown
    and daughter left from Memphis I
    -..- Paint &
    JEEP Tenn. lastweek for Le- '
    --- Glass Co. more. Calif where Mr. Brown I ? _
    :' Family of 4 Wheel Drlv* INSIST THAT AIL YOUR 1rI-
    CONCRETE; PRODUCTSARE will be stationed with the IT
    ItAMRUCK{ :\ Paul's Auto SalvageWe FAINTS S. Navy. Knroute to .. I
    THE BEST FUt:>M I Glass Mirror Blldln, Doe,. California :

    America Finest Economy Ca.r Edwards Building Tub Enrloaurra Shew .the Brown spent several
    Buy Wrecked Cat At
    Sale and Service UOOI'1l'In' TOP In ICE S Supply Inc. Mr. Brown. parents.. Mrs.
    Motor' Co. CarlM't'aUpaP<<''r Star' ,
    Ridgway 78 S. Main-372-4844 front Consultation.' Brown was here several weeks i
    411 Make & :MndriaService. Used
    1132 ,.,. Main Par'' (n4fN1'Nvn..T.1r.' n.A! 118 NW. Sixteenth 83.OAIME.qVTLE ago for a visit with her mother
    372.1111 Sirs Dorothy Miller before -
    GalnMvllJo 372-8131 GARDEN SUPPLIES leaving for California.' WITH DOUBLE-STRONG
    Teletype -We will
    ..- Barbara \Vhlteh ad. daughter -
    Find Any Part For Too. of
    Mr. and iMrs. BolfonlWhiteheatI
    Johnson & Paris Inc.Compll'tc
    Gainesville 376-491 Ocala Chrome returned home over pickups for '66

    SALES Se' SERVICE Line! of Plating Inc. the weekend after a visit In are built strong to stand up to tough jobs. Cabs for .
    ni. Selection of Used Cart ,
    441 N. Michigan example have
    Past Stock Yard SEEIMrLANTSFERTH.IzI.aS: with friends. double-wall roof
    t Taken On Cadillac Trade Copper Nickel Chromlnm construction a rigid double-wall
    : : : David Jones of NAS. Jack cowl and husky
    2001 N. W. 13th. RU 441 Cadmium. Metal FlnUMnt" framing around door
    Insecticides-Pet! Suppi.es" Custom! Baffin eonvilie! was a weekend guest openings. Lower side panels of Fleetside

    rilONF. 37B-7M5' 'W Rent Fertilhter Spreader ANTIQUE CLEANING here of Mr.)\ and Mrs. Joseph also double-walled. models are
    Automatic Transmission Lucas and family. Chassis too is designed
    DODGE DART- 224 N W. 8th Ave. SILVER BRASS!!! COPPER for extra
    DODGE TRUCKSSaleaParts.Servlce PHONE S72047"Oilnesvllli Industrial Hard Chrome and Joseph Lucas. Peggy strength. You can get a 6Va- 8- or 9-fL
    Gayla. attended the BaM- body and a big
    1. City Automatic P'1a 1538 NE 2nd Ae. Ocala!

    P p \incl.ihle. Used. \.. n 111.... .1e-RAlII wln- Friday lIahRn night game In Callahan new 250cuin.: Six. Or specify a rugged 327-cu.-in. VS. __ _

    Poole-Gable Motors Transmission, Inc. TYPETJITERSHancock. .: Mrs. Buddy' Bradahaw and Get a double-strong pickup that's
    a glutton for
    119 s. C. lit Ave. GalnaavUlePIIONK non Davy spent Tuesday nlgtit work NOUWAYJOWOJ1K K

    : 372-4313 Repair A Frh*n... Cherry'sGainesville's Office in Jacksonville with Mr. and 'Talk to

    AU Makm and Modela EQUIPMENT"- oM.... H. H. Bradshaw. ,L- your Chevrolet dealer about any t'peof truck.

    Tropical Pontiac, TRUCKS A CARS Most Fashionable Bmlth-CUrona.-AUU1or1ae< Mrs.' Shirley Row. and children _

    Address For Ladlea of 'Ma('cl nny were overnight -
    Dyanometer re.Tftte04 -
    Inc.om.UC'K guests Saturday night 4 09 8144
    WORK GUARANTEED. Machines. CftlC"UIAtonSALaJ of Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw and


    1409 8. Main nlrrmenfai& with as ""L' this week: in Ocala on a huat- I ,

    ..120 N.W. 8th Ave. O lne vUlr GaJDenWe J'JZ-JU' 105 w. University, Gainesville 833\:! N. Main St.. Gainesville: inK trip. U. S. 301. North Stark

    33-3583: Pboa* 379-5W1 Mr( and Mr*. Ed HarrU and '. ,. Kla. 32091 PHONE 961400I

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    The very ned play however BRADFORD rorrvrr TFi.r(RApn. STARK:. FLORIDA TAO NtNISV !'

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    Tickets On Sale At

    City. DINNER Tickets

    and GateARBECUE $i.SO Each .

    At The ...

    Nov. 20 Fair GroundsPROCEEDS BEGINNING I

    _. Saturday Night, AT 5 .30 *P.M.*.




    COMPLIMENTS I COMPLIMENTS-:\ Western'Auto Associate Store COM PLIMENTSKeystone I .: Masse,y'a Gulf Service

    Odom's Department Store Walter AlvarezFord << Starke; Fla. Barber Shop Phone 7H2.92 Ijtwtey. Fla.
    Macclenny.' "13. Salesman Macclcnny. Fla. I Keystone! Height.. Fla., ..
    Pixie ShopsI A. J. Thomas-Realtor
    COMPLIMENTSDrawdy's I I The First National Bank tark.,' Fla. COMPLIMENTSFred Phone 66/.6701 Stark, Fla.COMPLIMENTS .
    Service Station Member FD1C (C.ainw; 'ill*, Fla. << Davis, Buick-Pontiac I
    Macclenny. Fla. Keith's Beauty Salon (:Teen Tov* Spring.; 'Fla. ;
    COMPLIMENTS I Route 2 Roc S.I: Starke, Fin J. R. KellyTax
    COMPLIMENTSTom's. I Mack Futch COMPI.IMENT--. I .: : Collector Itradford Cu.Starke. Fla.
    Garage Kaineaville.; Fla. Keith Griffis J. P. Revels
    t>0 M 'P L I MEN T S
    Fla. .'nrd'l\Iotornmll .' -
    Tom Norman. Owner Macclenny. Flu.Mixon's Chevrolet !Salon .Macclenny. Green: Cove Nprlnn. 11I.
    COMPLIMENTSLeila's \ Gene LongTax
    T. V. Sale<< &Service Dress & Gift Shop 'COMI'LiMENTS: I t .: CO'M41'1.tMENTg-. ; I : : Am, ".or HfadforJ, Co. Stark. Fla.

    Phone AI. 9.3672_Macclenny. Fla. Phone 961.5051 'Stark. Fla. Roxie & Wilbur Kirkland Murrhee Insurance Agency
    Macrlenn.A Ru.Lyon's Keystone Height!, Fla.' Hurst's. Service StationCarl .
    Badcock Furniture Co. Lawtey Barber Shop HurtU'B20 S.'Walnut'St. Siark' Fla.
    Stark Fla. It. H. Starling Owner Lawtey, Fla. Appliance Store COMI'I.IMENTS-I .=
    ($:MPLI I M E: N T -
    Phone U: :8.:1531: Macclenny. Flu. S. E. McKay, Realtor S
    Florida Pest Control Hi-Lo Store J .. Mortgage*-)Appruiial .Service W!' Thomas
    & Chemical Co.: ** Stark*. Fla. Phone 196.260.1'; : Ralford.. Fla. Lyhch-Davidson'; Ford Keystone Height .'.. "Sinclair Products_,1 (Stark. Fla.
    JackfMtnvllle. Fla.
    Evinrude Sales. & Service McGriff Trading Mart COM: 1'I.IMENTS-I : COMPLIMENTSMitchell's -
    Phone 064-1821 Starke., Fla. 130 N. Court St.: Starke. Fla. COMPI.IMkNTSGeorge I William F. Roster Drugs
    -H. Pierce Chief of ISdlyg" Stark. FU. Owner I.. T. <1r w. Stark. FU.
    First Federal Saving & Loan Florida Bank at Starke .'.' Starke Fla. .
    j Starke Fla. Member FDIC Starke. Fla. C O'M: .P LI I M .E: NTS V0M.PIrI.MENTS-:
    ___ _
    Peyton-Florist Randal Chitty Bradford Barber Shop.
    Doyle E. Conner, Ins., Agency Denmark Furniture Co.: 119 So. Thompson' Si. latk., Fin.' :Mayor Stark FU.COMPLIMENTS _*' i- 'I Htarfc*, ...11Olen' \.' '_
    For Your Insurance Nerd Starke. Fla. 4.11: W. Call St. Starke. Fla.
    Gib Brown Standard Oil Station ) : 's Fine"Shoes

    COMPLIMENTS:\ I 1 : Harold C. Wall, Inc.: Phone !1-7071 \ Stark, Fl.. Merrill Edwards I 10.1B: I'lIrk'Rt._JrtTck>onvllle. Fla.
    Hon. B. R. Burnsed (:encral Insurance Starke. Fla. j'ltyflerk Stark. .'..
    Maker ConntyJodge Macclrnny. Fla. Lacy Conways Amoco Station COMIQ.I I MENTR-
    Gem Jewelry LACY CONWAVSTI.YINi; SERVICE: COMI'LIl1NTS-: : Keystone State Bank
    Florist Corner & Gift Shop I 109 K.: Call St. Stark. Fla. Stark Ma. Jimmy McRaeCity Member .F1ITC Frustnn. llelyhta. FU.

    Phone 'AI. 9-2371 Macclmny, Fla. I Council. Croup: Nfl 2 Stark. FI....
    City Barber Shop I (20M1'L111ENTaTemple'" I .: Keystone Jewelers & Gifts

    C0MP1.19fENTS-I K.: Call !St. Starke Fla Motel C (O M I't.It1FENTS-I : ,Mllll & W':.llt.'.\Ialh.r.r.K..ton. ".I< John J. Crews, Jr. I Starke.Rhoden's .. 1'I.. Garden Restaurant
    Maker County'_Macclenny. Fla. Bullington's Gift ShopCall Pecan Tree Crow.: Inside 'Stark. FU. Smitty's Barber Shop
    Street Slarke. Fla Gulf Service Starke' Fla.
    COMPI.IMFNTS-I I : Temple Ave Center St. Stark. FU.. Dave Shuford'.66 Service Station
    Jr. Barksdale's Department StoreCall Robert's Chevrolet
    Steve Weldon, 'I 4vt y. FU.
    Phone AI. 9.6165 Macclenny. Fla. Street Starke. FU. Sleepy Hollow" Motel 1 Orange 'Art' at Park SI.
    II. S. :.101 I North Stark. FU. Farmers & Dealers Bank Oreen Cmr*ftprlngn, FU..
    ,W lter's Truck Stop & Rest. Starke HardwareCall \.mlter' FD1C l Luke Huller .'1..
    Phnhe*AI. H-9n5: 1\I\ tlt-nny. Fla. Street Starke. Fla.. Candy Gulf Station Ray's Tractor Company, Inc.
    l.uhrlratlonTlren Jfc Are. K.atone Height Townhouse Restaurant 72M7 W ......,. Mt;_'Jacksonville"' Fla.
    Standard Service 'Station Shu ford'* Standard Service Sta. Phone UH1..179I take huller FU.Shadds .
    Lawtey* Fla. Starke Fla. (f O M P L 1 I1: .E: N'T a ...:. Burgman Supply Co.

    _IAwtty. Draw.Tite Co. Shell Service Station 2HOO W. HMVr St. Jack onv III., Fla.AI"arez' .
    Try Priest's GulfFor Desert Isle Motel Cuxtom Huilt Tmlh. HUfhe Stark, }'I". Phone,49fi.2B.1l: I_Lake llutler. '.....
    U.S. :.101 Fla. Standard Station
    OH Need.1AwleyJ. f Lawtev.
    and Fuel
    yi>ur fian 'CO61PI.IMENTS'-: I North Florida Fertilizer Corp. I'hon. 9ft.9tMl! Stark, Fla.

    L. Waters General Mdse. Dodd's Auto Sales Starke Builders Supply Phone N153.t552 IJike flutter, .."r..
    M. t T fl
    C: O P 1 M E: N -
    l Rambler Dealer Slarke. Fla. Slarik Fla.
    ..I.awte ru. Carl John I'rop.: *
    f'O(' ( M I II'L1MFNTSRobert I .: P. D. Reddish

    Trail Motel & Restaurant Andrew Drug C0MI'1.11lENT8!\ I : A. Driggers Itrurtforrf Count/Sheriff_Stark, Fla.
    S. :.101' 'LaWtey. FU Starke f'". J. T. Harden Clerk of Circuit Cnurt Luke Hutler. Fla.
    II. FU.C" (COMPLIMENT: ) : -
    DawklnM No. 60 Macclennr.
    COMPLIMENTS 1 : Firestone Dealers Store ----- CAll'I.IHFNTS--' I .: R. A. Green, Jr;
    Bill Barber .ShopC.ainewrilk. .\ & A Supply. In... Slarke. FU. ()MP1.13IENTS-I : Mrs. Helen Dukes Piitlllc' Defender) Mh Circuit fialnxvlll:
    I Fla. Mrs Ruby John 'Tall Cofleclor Ifnlort ("'o. Lake. Huller. FU.
    Williams Jewelry City Council Stark. .,.. COMPLIIFNTK-I I :
    Robertson Jewelers) 142V.. 'all St. Starke.' Fla. COMPLIMENTS; I : : T. E. 'Duncan
    falnev; ille. .,... C'OMPIIMKNTM-I I : A. L. Drfggers !fltat Attorney Mth Ctrrirtt Oa I lne.vllU
    Walt Hulick Chevrolet, Inc. Orie Wiggins County Judge ITnlon ('fI. Ijike Huller. .",, Mr1.1MENTS-
    Co. Highway :.101 North Slarke. FU.. ', C O)
    H. M. Chitty & ('II" ( mnti! tuk. Ha.
    (: n..,me. Fla. : Tomlinson-Maine Drug Co. First Federal Saving & LoanCalnXvllW.
    C011P1.1MENTS'-: ;
    d O 'lPf.IMF.NTS-' I rhone 11IB-2X01! ) I.... Huller, FU. : .Vim.. _
    Gilberg's I Inc. Alvin Mann Seeber D. GoodmanCity ;; "
    Chevrolet Service Manarer Starke. Fla.. .. Rivers Hardware & Furniture COMI'I.INkNTMSlade I I : -
    109 W. University] Av*. (;alne'*ill*. Fla. Council_ Htarke. '
    Phone'I'1.2211/' Lake Ihitler. Ha. Gas Co.Htarke. .
    Gulf Life Insurance Co.rawer'C. COMPI.IMENTS-I : COMPI.IMENTS-I I : Fla.
    Hon. George L. Patten Edwin John COM I' 1.1 I1 E: NTH -
    c..Inet''U' e. Fla.
    COM P4s"Ermle I M 1'': 'JTi-
    Circuit Judre Mh Circuit Starke. FU.. Plumbing Service fllarke. Fla. John Whitehead
    COMI'1.111ENTS-I I : Sheriff ITolon County 'r.d.nutler. ..... Jones
    Coy's Furniture Co. Stump Department Store J. E. Hardy Auto Sales f.laavlle. FU.C .
    Phone :.17-S29I (:fUinwHI& FU. F.:. Call St. Ph. ML2M1 Starke. f'1a.Canova' 1.120 K. Temple Ave Starke, FU. Colonial Florid
    !5011< P.. Nona St. Blarlie. Fla. O ft! P1.lMrNT14'-

    Clay Electric Co-op. Pharmacy COMI'I.IMEhTS-( I I White Electric & Battery Service
    Fla. 101 K.: Call St._Starke. Fla. Bill Edwards .,
    Kerotone Height State Bank .. -
    Community KK. Service Station Stark. ?'L. .r-.ln..I1. FU.'
    Gustafson Dairy Eagle' Department StoreW. Member FDIC: RI.rI&e. FU..
    .t1a.. Call: Htryet Starke. ..... (' 0111'I.IMINTS-I I : CAM PLIMFNTH-;..
    Green C.ye ;Spring
    C0MI'I.IMENTS-I : John R. Davis H. M. Herndon Carpet Service
    Sand Motor Company CharJey E. John, Agency Gulf Oil Product Melody Motor' 1-odne VVaMft. Fla." w u.--n) WALL INSTALLATIONP. ,

    Phone 259-2111) : _Macrleimy. Fla. General ln-ur iice_Starke. FU.. UEWITF.II OIL CO. Stark. FU. CycleramaYamaha O. Rws :3.W I..*t t.,. ,....
    C0MI'I.IuiNTS-I !'\
    Drug Co. Kale. arid. !krvk.Calneylik .
    ."*.. fiataenTJIIe.& Fla. Fla.
    K E. "Identity Starke. Fla. Judge Yawn S. S. NoegelAuto

    Baird Hardware Co. afford County JudIe Stark. FU. Walker's Shell Service Inter fll.rlLe. Fla.
    Jerome John Oil
    r..ln..II&& FU- Stark.'F'la.CI1'I.ISIFNTS.
    '"ttlnip\t 64 Oft'1"roftu..h Slarke. Fla.. COJIP1.1111NTS-I : C0111'LINF.NTS-! :
    I I ; -
    Santa Fe Tractor, Inc. H. C. Kelly Grocery T. L. Casey K. G. Doncan Carl Harton
    Fla. Supt. of Public InntructUntrtAtot4. \\ County LOCAL CONTRACTOR
    4 US :YW. RtTi Sf. Calnwin 1 IAwte,. Fla. Standard. Oil Product Stark, FU.



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    yvvvvvvvvvvvvvvq. an'd':! sons spent! the weekend< InRenlath and (Mm. BarbaraMcMurtrle Raleigh' Brannen and Arde1!' run and Peanut Fouraker children and Mr. and ,Mm. Ar- rxKlMtw. with the Clerk of the Firm. Fublluatlon on Nov. 4. ('OL'liT!:. FLOIIIU.l.In .

    visiting In Ocilla and Tlfton.On. presented the array Brannen. scored the extra point. thur Wilkinson of Jacksonville Circuit [fourt In and fur., lliuil- 1961. re. Estate; nt
    of decorations and ford 11It 11/25 John W. Plnholster. deceased.. .
    { Lake directions (Mrs.- Don Pearson and daugli- Baldwin hosts Crescent County. Florida upon receipt -
    Kingsley City visited
    Sunday with Mr. and I i'f proof of publication of :NOTItR TO VflEIlTOItAll : *
    Mr. and Mrs. Rene Garcia for making them and I ter of !Miami visited here wMi Friday night risking its 6-0 Mrs. J. C. Nolan and son Joey. this notice th. fictitious. nameof ITIIK i-ot-'rv Jl:IXJK'H creditors of the state or

    have purchased< the Dsmpsey each one present made a her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M mark In the St. Johns River /Mrs. William Mclnanary' Jack's Restaurant under (:'01 ftC IN AMI FOil IIIIA1IFllllll John W. Plnholster. deceased!

    Mrs. E. M. NortoIMiono home and are In the processof Christmas mitten ,bookmark. M. Matthett. (Monday through Conference. and son of Jacksonville at which ir.s.I hOt am Hmjth.vmtmtxii In business (' H "'I.". KLOHIOA.fn are )hereby. notified and required
    012OIAA&AAAAA4AA&AAAAAAA& remodeling It. The Christmas party was Wednesday last week. I.onnl Hox rv: 1 Estate of any demands -
    Tilt (hunch News Friday :.I. Hhnilen. It! 2 which they
    night guests of her, may haaga4."t \'
    Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Crews discussed ''by ,the group and IMatchetts 278 Oiiln'-"vlllc, Florida Hole LrffWlM'. A. FAivItt DecennedOTHK *
    drove back to 'Mlura [Mt. Zion Baptist Church: parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ownxrtmu.cl. \ TO (11.011'4All : said estate 'In the of.,
    and sons of Ralford, spent the rummage sale set as ameans with her. returning to Hampton Pastor Rev. Clarence Knight.Mt. Nolan and son I thin 12th tIny ,,t N.lAm..r "- creditors of the estate ofLewis flce'uf the county judge of
    Sunday afternoon as guests of of financing It. Anyone Sunday. \ A. I D. 19AB at Bturke, A. DavlM.' deteused. arehurpby Bradford County Florida In the
    : Zlcm
    t'HL'IU'II: st Church is 'Mr. .
    BIll and 'Mrs.
    WaIn. ctiurthouse at ftarke.' Florida.within ,
    Mr. 'and Mrs. Gerald Crawford wishing to donate clothing and firn irorfl (Bounty, Florida.. ", nutlfli'd and re Lake Baptist showing great. progress. Sunday wright and children of Law toy 11/IS 4t l-/l\ filo any lalniH or demaiuli( six' calendar months
    School. 9:43 and sons. /or household goods for the 'vvmyyv'vyv'w'vy.Yvvvl < have against. from the lute of the first publication
    Church: Sunday : morning services were enjoyed were Wednesday night visitorsof which I boy may
    pot Mrs. C. W. Buff of Jacksonville sale call Airs.Ingcnlath .. the of this notice. K..i h
    11 rummage may ""'r" ''' v tvrKrio\: T" wild estate III the office1 of
    l attendance.The
    in a. m. Morning Worship a. spent the weekend as 488-13.10, or Mrs. by a good< Claude Green. IIKUIHTKK:: l'Iq's-l-rlqI. .N "," ..: county jiidKe. of Bradford County clu.ini. oH demand outlet be wrIting -
    m. Training Union. 6:15: p. m. MAXVILLEBy !building program at the Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade Nor Ire ,IH hereby. Riven that Florida In the courthouse. at and must state. the plat, it
    Bon Evening: Warship 7:30: p. m. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Harry Lusseter phone 468- church la progressing ala ig on and family were Sunday dinner the und'tralimed.. under. the proVlHlona Htarke Florida. within ala calendar or residence snd pout. office address
    tta Wednesday Carter. Sr. and: family. 1118 or contact Mrs. Arnold .irhedule of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof months. from the date of the of thm claimant and must
    Midweek Prayer Service and will be a great guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. '
    W. M. .
    Florida. Art of 1941. will by the claimant
    814 Miss Sylvia Norton R. N.. Haddock. Mrs. A. C. Slade : first publication of this notice. be sworn to
    7::30 p. m. Choir Practice help when completed. Seven Slade of Hampton and also rAirtMer with: the Clerk of the Each claim or demand must be his aKrnt. or his attorney., or
    ser has moved to Jacksonville to The regular December meet- Circuit Court, In and for Bradford 1
    8:30: p. m. Rev. B. T. Phone 239.4401qVVVVVVVVVyVVVyy new additions came into the : visited Mrs. Jessie Willis and In writing and must state the it will become! void accordingto

    for Peavy. ,pastor. "Come let us be near her work. ing of the group will be Wednesday church by letter. Rev. and 'TArs children and Mr. and Mrs. Lester **..lpt County.of proof Florid of publication. upon ree of- place or reHldence. and poatof- law.
    piV worship together." Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Macy December 8, at 0:30: a. Knight II Slade thin not Ire the flrtlttmm name, five" addreas of the claimant hit NO\lam.h"r"; I. gelS.,. \;
    are hardon
    working very also of "z.
    Hampton.Mr. It will
    I anil. children were Wednesday of Jack' Donut 8hop under ag-ent. or his attorney or W. HAl'ofILTf"\l.
    In the absence of Rev. B. TPeavy !m. SCHOOL; : NEWS building' the church up and Mrs. R. E. Sides which I am enirairerl In bun)- become void Hcuonllnir to law.ixaober Administrator rum tesiamrntnannexo .
    set last Sunday E. M. Nor- supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. lluk4TM Honored The regular again and they as well as everyone and family moved to nH. nt 841 N Temple Ave. 21t. I'l81i. ot the Estate of Jobs
    Bri M. C. Duprsar of Jacksonville! At Huimnvurinlng. / meeting of the Orange Htnrke. PI4L1.nnnte /./ I.KK: I' IJAV1SAiltnlnlMratrlx W. PlnholBti-r.' rlr..>eased.THOMAS .
    Jol ton was speaker for the mornIng Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norton Baldwin' Band 1'arents Club In the community are Park from the Kasson house M Tlhod..n. lit. I Box of the Estate of PIKKCK:
    Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Baker
    for 'worship service and J. L. and children visited relativesIn was held Thursday Nov. 11 very proud of the progress. An on. McLellan Road where they 27*. .Dalnenvine. Florida *oleowner. Lewis A. I'avlM, deceased. P O. Drawer 1030
    Bradley was speaker for the were honored !with a house- Invitation is extended to everyone -. have been First publication on October Starke FloridaFirst
    I Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. at 8 p.m. ''In the Bund Room. living for the past Dated thin. 12th day of No-
    at 1)8B.!
    their new homein nth. A.H.
    evening! worship hour. warming Plans for the Homecoming to attend church services -I several months. vnmt>er A1). nAil at Stark e. PIERCE! publication November
    and : ThOMAS: A
    Mrs. M. C. Duggarof
    wid Beulah Baptist Church Hampton Saturday evening at Mt. Zion Baptist Visiting iMr. Bradford! County, Florida. A\e. 11. 1965.
    : Jacksonville\ were Saturday Nov. 13.Given. supper were made and the I and Mrs. Donald 1118it 12/9 tI)3ZON.: Temple, 11/11 41 It/1
    Sunday: School. 10 a. m. Morn- committees made Church. Dietz and family this week are Stark., Florida
    j dinner( guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'toy Mrs. M. L. Wat- reports on At the Maxville I !. The Cf'nr* Off The ('"a.., 10/23 U 11/18 .
    ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Lloyd Macy and chlidn'n. The ..terson, Mrs. Donald, Blade Mrs. what they are doing so everyone Baptist Dietz' uncle and aunt Jniflve,. Hrntirivrd ('"..lr.. FlorId 1 -
    UnIon. 6:30: p. m. Evening could Church Sunday night servicewas from Hairisburjr, Pa. .. ,. Hrnbnte
    see how things: ..' KT
    T Jl !>( : CO! r
    George Williams Robel.tCox In r.: KBtate: ,,f' Etta <*. Ifeovr IIOUSHOLDPESTS'
    Midweek delivered Rev. Grahamof Mr. -
    Woislilp 7:30.: Prayer by and Mrs. Hollis BHAHKOHH
    Mr. and Mrs. Duggar on their and Mrs. Laverne Malnor moving along. The five new Jeffersand ISaeased.To '\ AM> FOK "ecPhone
    Swvlei Wednesday. 7:30: 34th Wedding Anniversary. band uniforms which were or- Panama City. Pastor Rev. Sharen. Diana and Hank All Credltorn. And PermtnpHavlnir (.0'; 'rY. P1.1)1(11)0.'

    p. m. Rev. R. L. Ta-sai I of Gainesville the party was dered early have arrived. and Bobby Knight. Griffls attended the Baldwin- Clarm, Or Demand. Fred In. re:F rotate Flume of dreawd.ao'r.'s .
    ttuInet Keii l l
    Knttteyou \
    attended 25 and :
    pnistor. "Everyone Welcome" I by neighbors will be given to the students. Personal,,: Callahan game In Callahan Rod each of you are hereby : : TO IHKI>ITOH friends of the couple. Refreshments All creditors uf the estate ofFred Yu
    yyyvyyvv.yvv.vv'vvvyy'HAMPTON Walter WelUiauaen notified and I
    left 'Monday required to
    Rev. L. A. McGee of JtHrsonvlllo Friday night.
    of cake and punch were Following the meeting rcfreHhmcnta any claim and demand F. Flume duceased are u........
    cud R3V: U T. Wll! served ,by the hostesses.IVrnonalH ,' were served. A of this week to return to The community had the opportunity which you or either. of you ..by. no.fled: ;''m'd .required. ; to I Iwhlfoh II-..
    his home in Aberdeen South may have. avatnat. the eirtate nfOta. file I or demand .
    .. .
    fr.j" last
    Hams of Staik' ?. hath '" chicken supper waa plannedfor week to enjoy' "
    .. : CV Hoover dM-.a.**. Pili'tors. attended; Beulah Friday afternoon Nov. 19 Dakota after spending several an old time cane grind and of said (imnty, to the County said estate In the office of the
    Homecoming Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brown starting at 5:30: weeks here with his mother syrup making at the home of Jule. of' Bra. .liorrl( Cotinty! Flor. county judge of Kradford Coun
    By Mrs.' I). E. II1U 'I attended the wedding of their p.m. Enjoy a Mrs. Mrs. Wellhauaen Ida. at hi. n'''". In the court ty. Florida In the fourthoune
    A.l ITKSONALS: :/ and [Mr. and Mr .
    Phone 468-1160 |, niece, Lowe Weest toV.. delicious supper and supportthe Albert Smith house of Mild County at !Htnrke. at Htnrke. Florida within elxcalendar I
    C Milton Hickey of J.'ickson.I band.. other relntlves.I I, and family. (Mr. Smith spent Florida within nix ralendar months from the date
    William Cherapy, Jr., at the month from the time of thetltwt of the first of thin
    I, The Maxvllla publication
    yule visIted Mrs. Mary Ship- tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARunmniffi Allapattah (Methodist Church 1 Homecoming events will be Quartet did aj I|I Monday through Thursday publication of thU notice nol.... Each claim or d.mand

    man'' and Mrs. El ma Rlggs held Friday afternoon with a I wonderful job Saturday night j g i: grinding cane and making Each claim.. or demand ahnll bf must b. In writing: and must
    :Male\ Ilor In Miami Friday evening Nov. 'In and the
    entertaining 'Mrs. writing- shall Ktate state the place or residence and
    Saturday evening. Mary Well- i I syrup. /Mr. and Mrs. JamesWainwrtght
    parade chicken .
    'I supper the p1st,4t. resldente and offire cla.lnW
    On Sirt. iirduy, Her. 4 5. Mr. and Mrs. Brown remained poet post office addrees of the
    T Kenneth Elder of Jacksonville last football game of the season ''Mrs Wellhausen of- I and family of address. of the rl.lm..nt..nd ant and l must be sworn to by i
    A rummage sale. Saturday' I in .Miami/ for that I ten called Grandma Wellhausen I nhall be sworn to by thr the lalmant. his ascent or hi.
    spent Friday to Sunday! and a dance In the Lawtey were some of the out
    isa high cliilmnnt. hi.. agent ,or hi. attorney ,
    weekend and Mrs. T. F. attorney, or It will become void
    December 4, 'beginning at 9 a. has '
    'been the
    evenlrwr as guest of Mi's. Sadie school gym. on sick list I of towners who enjoyed the and any mii-h claim or aci-ordtna, to law.
    Elder and: family. m. at the ,city hall. Is plannedby Brown grandmother of the The Baldwin High School for several weeks and appreciates -I affair. demand not... fll >rl I nhall b* November 4th 1995. i
    bride. remained, until the following void. 9643965Florida
    E. M. Norton and. family J. the Hampton home demon- has chosen the following officers the Quartet' for their Rev. W. O. Mathls of Jacksonville I Jamea 1''. ChaoeAn C'L-F. i'
    stration group, to finance a Saturday visiting with fine entertainment.The *xw...r.r of the I,.mt Will ''Ii/ C'or..I'COol! :
    L. Bradley and family and her and for the term: Senior visited Mr. and Mrs. and testament o.f' KMa,, c'. Hoover t-xrM:", >utrlx, of the Ketate: 011
    son daughter-in-law :
    Cecil Whitehead and family community Christmas party Class: President James Nor- community extends their Avory Slade and family last dffceanpdI Fred. F. Fume., dno. ',
    later In Dwember., !Mr. and Mrs Gordon Weest. sympathy to the I Xnv 4. I'Ifllis THOMAS S PIKItrK:
    attended the dinner and afternoon man; Vice President Mary family of Miss Wednesday afternoon. First publication Attorneys. at I...*
    Arnold Haddock and
    sn.Guy. ( 4t 11anfur
    Sing at Beulah DaptlstChul'ch The group planned the proJect Williams; Secretary and Treasurer Maxine Joyce Redding who Patty Parrish. daughter of 2<1:1N..rth: Temple Ave.

    Sunday. at the meeting Wednesday and Dwight Davis, Junior Jonn was killed in a hunting accident Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish Htarke. Florida Pest
    the Davis. and Basil Davis of Davis. Junior Class: In 'a ('....t" ..u.I...... ('.ojrt. Is .,e.P. 'lrot t publication on Novemli
    Mrs. MaxIe Carter. Sr. visited morning last week. at Lawtey Saturday Burial and a student at Jacksonville I 11. J 1U65
    Jacksonville deerhunting President Jimmy Smith; Vice llrailfiird. I eu..C S r. .'1...",,,. ControlCHEMICAL
    Mrs Jewel! Faulk In Jacksonville city hall after a workshop were President Alvin Smith; Secretary was held !Monday in the University and 'Mary KI1 ore. In reKMtate of Cyrus Kiln- 11/11 4t 122IN

    Friday.. meeting on Christmas decorations in the Ocala National Forest Cherie Benelleld; Treasurer Long Branch Cemetery here. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray worth Heaill... decenne'f 6' CO.
    last !weekend ann bugged Mr.' and \ NOTICK: Tf) CIIKDITOIS: lot ,'iI Jl Itl.rJ'H: f.01 It?, ,
    Rev. and Mrs. B. T. Peavy. and gifts. Mrs. Lillian deer. Annie Cross; P'uV'OI'lte..1Immy a four-point
    I Barnes and Wanda and daughter of Jacksonville again this year on the Cyrus KIlHwurth/ II..,,",. ,I... >*aaerl ,
    Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hall of '
    Hogart. Sophomore: President will be moving here soon. to Delta Drugs Basketball team. are hereby. notified and rifptlred >-
    Gainesville were supper gue.it the Hoi 1 to file any clalmw ...r 'it'-
    Is Joffers
    LAWSON'S MARKETCold here Friday night, of Mr. and Jerry Rhoden; Vice President, Mrs. Marjorie Sacks house. Mr. and .Mrs. Homei Thomas. mandN which they may havmmlnet GLASS TJiat'8 Our Business"If
    Annette Lewis; Secretary of Silver Darlene Patricia Jo and Kerry nl'l eetnte In tli"fr, .
    Mrs. V. J. Slado.
    Spring ''Md. Mrs. Estelle of the judve of Hradf d
    Larry Caldwell Treasurer.FayE' Dean left last week for a county
    Storage$ Grocery Store Lois Hughes and Mary Dulls' Willies ; Carter and Mrs. Elaine Dailey 21 day vacation In Hot County. (Florida I In lh>- .>,ir'. It's i Glass; We- Have It."
    of Ocala Mrs. Slarl -'s sister ; Dusty of house at Hmrke, I"I"rl"| ss ''I 1 II -
    and Touchton and Faye Wildes. Green Cove Springs were Springs Ark. While the Thomas Nix calendar montha. fr in. th CALL WRITE or VISIT
    aunt were visiting hero.
    Ituliluln Indian, follow Sunday visitors/ of Mr. and family is away. Mr. Thom date of the firm public.illnn" '
    J. W. Home and :Mrs. Ina '!'Mrs.\ John North and family.Mr. thin. notice. Kwch claim <.i, 'I.1>
    I-milia I'liinBaldwin as' son and daughter-in-law .
    visited in Dunnellon r mend 'mutt h.. In writing! rfhiUNt .
    and Mri. Doss Higgin- .iMr.: and Mrs. Charlie Thomas We Design Modern Store Fronts
    l etate' the pla e or re-i idonee
    Sunday with the O. D. Gays. game plan was
    botham Mr. .
    and Mrs. BufordHlgglnbothtim of Jacksonville are staying at .and ,pout of fit'e all *av 'It>
    : Just Mail Us A Pattern For
    hardly different from
    !Mr. and Mrs. bonnIe Mel- any any and Mrs. James the Claimant and tntiat. he 4wtr -
    ,ton and Otis drove to St. Augustine other time ai the Indians Waten of their home here anti taking by the ,I'latmrint hi. .aic. '1''
    1' traveled,, to Callahan Lawtey attended rare of the Maxville Truck or hln intr.rtii'v.. or It will/ !I.>. >n.
    :. Sunday to visit Mr. Friday
    Homecoming Services void, I law.N .
    Sundayat Stop. aoorillniv to SREA'S'bGLAss
    ",,1 and .Mrs Clarence Hugon an' night to facn Callahan a team .... ,
    : Beulah Baptist Church _d >ml>Mr I I-I t. I'll": CO.NOT
    bn1' >y. whlrh had won 6, lout 1, and reported Thelrnn H....",. Thotnt) l ..1 nTHWI .
    having an
    .1 tied 1.That. I, enjoyable '\on'rlC'' .>K INTKVriON' : ,'nIeeiIs'rItI I.MA IIRAM' THi'llNTfiNKx '
    Mr. and Mrs. neorge\ Ken- ...."... ..41.:1. ( INC.)
    day.Rev. : .rlOIII "' : : ,."' Iris <>f th Kntut: t. 'i <
    nan and family ylHlted! her .fa; heat the Baldwin recnnt and Mrs. Jack Waters Notlrn I I. h .1I thatIn Jacksonville Sunday. whlrtt-wni-nt the tlmota I'anf Lynn" Hf MaWwln"spend. (,tni h.un..rRI..n..I.. l. undxr I lh. pro |I 1'IKIU'Kt : 1313: N.W. llh PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-I353:
    visions i f .uqis:, .
    I 0-2' and now the I Indiana! 4'huptnr |I..wt. J N'th' T. ill" \ "
    Overnight visitors at tho I Kennans are Wednesday with Mrs. Dorothy nf "Fl.irMn! Ai-t. "f ,11)1) will, '
    Saturday' ,(\ were Mrs. Ken- 6-2 find the Rnmblors are a Winters.

    I nan's sister and family of defeat worse off because of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norman -

    l I Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Charleston S. C. that game plan. and sons of Highland

    1 Mr. and Mrs. K.: P. Christieof Tailback Mickey Smith a were last Wednesday< night

    1ri Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We Bossier City La. were Sun- 195 lb. rambler In his own supper guests of Mrs.[ Dorothy

    will Pick-up and IJiitcher. There. will be a LET
    of !Mr. and, (Mrs. I II.) K. Hill, han (defense on touchdown runs Mr. end Mr*. Ed' Waters and,
    Small Fee for 1'irk-up-Hutcherinp/ cows", $::1.00() per and daughters. of in1 and, 2 yards and klck- daughter have purchased the

    Ilencl: and Hide. Hogs 3c per II).-Cleaned Wei ht. The Otis Forsyth family of Hl two extra points as the Indians former Dan Parrish house

    For Chill-cut and wrapping 5'/C per lb. with paper. I Virginia spent la.it( weekend, won 28-7. from Mr.
    I I here with their parents the Harley Thomas a Muxvllle gett and will be moving In
    We Sell Beef and Pork for Home l Freczen
    : Forsylh and Charron. families: boy the community Is very this weekend, from their trailer -

    S. Phone 9l t-R2Rl 218 Washington: St. Jennie Brannen of Ilartow proud of .or..1. the other Indian 'home. Mr. and Mrs. Smith WORKPOWER

    spent last weekend here wit,. touchdown on n :2'1: yard and family moved last weekend

    ====- -=......oe=.......=___ S '*" ....__...""-=-I from tho newly purchased
    = -==n Waters home to Al.icclenny'

    Sorry to hear A. L. Rhebergof

    BusiNESinDniECTORy1 .'M.icclcnny\ and father of

    AREA Mrs. Dorothy Waters Is on the

    S.. sick list this week. Everyone

    wishes him a speedy recovery.
    ---- :z:== = :_ ..,.-. = ''Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman I -

    'II AUTO SALES; &HEnVICEReplicars CHAIN SAWS 1 and family were. Sunday --
    Motoreycies-Sconters\ t dinner .-
    AUTO SALES & SERVICE.1 guests of Mrs. Cole- \

    man's parent, Mr. nnd Mn.
    A. & J. Saw
    Inc. Streit's Bicycle Shop Kills. Glddcns' and daughter of
    Motors Inc. ,
    Barkley & Mower Co. HONDA MOTORCYCLES Jacksonville.

    Imported Car Specialist Ciinhnun A \"cp SC_.t..nPnoatl Air[ and Mrs. B. F. Coleman
    O TRIUMPH Joe An<1er" on. Mgr.Homctlte : .

    FIAT S MERCUDPiS8llNZS : : Chain Sawn -BSA. ZandmppMotoivycles and daughter of Jncksonvllln,

    IIIU.M1N A SUNBEAM: AI-FA-KDMKO: SALKS: & S :HVICI': -fUUea & s rvlo.BCIIWINN ''Mra.spent F.the weekend here, with
    B. Coleman and
    \OLVO BTCYCU3 son
    Repairs & Parts> All Makes

    We Specialize In Salea--Parts-Se '. ... Uruvi'Iy' Tractor Kulra' .. Locksmith! A Safe Work Uimnle.

    SALES & SERVICE 113 S.E. Second St. OulnegvllleT & S.r\lre (IS W. Untorallr AT*.. Mr. anu Mrs. RonnIe Miller w

    Factory' Trained Mechanic" 2022 N.K.!: Ulvd. Gainesville. Gainesville.. TI6-77I1 left lost week to' Arlington

    (. S73-1IKI rhonri .172-3:188: : Va. where iMr. Miller
    ItO CLEAN USED: CARS! Is stationed

    2Z01 N. MAIN Just\ Off Waldo Road (1'AIiNT & (m.As..qLiddell with the U. a. Navy.

    Mr. and Mr. Larry Brown __
    372-4371 AUTO SAI.,"AGEPaul' CONCRETE( '; )IMtOnUCTS Paint & and daughters left from Memphis ___

    S JEEP: Tenn. lest week for Le-

    Family of 4 Wheel Drive INSIST THAT Alt YOUR Glass Co. more Cnllf. where Mr. Brown

    CONCRETE: PRODUCTS( KYANIZE will be stationed with the
    Auto SalvageWe PAINTS 11'1
    U BUCK{ ARE TIlE BEST FUt M Glass" Mirror Blldlnk fleet" S. Navy. En route to

    America's! Finest Economy' Oa Buy Wrecked Cat At Edwards Building Tub Enclosure Show nia 'the Brown spent several I I

    Sale and Service nool'llVln4s Awning days in Wichita. Kansas with

    Motor' Co. TOP PRICES Supply, Inc. Carpet Wallpaper< S.torfront .. Mr. Brown' parent Mrs.

    Ridgway 7S 6 S. Main-372-4844 Con hltatJon. Brown was here several week I
    All Makes Mndrb! U.srdr "
    rATNrv1LT.F.. ?T.A 118 N W. Sixteenth St. ago for a visit with her mother -
    : A. Main ruTeletjrpo I
    OAINF vn.l.1I. 373-1191 Mr. Dorothy Miller before .
    Ga.Ine.vflle 372-8131 I
    .. Sprvh\Ve Will GARDEN SUPPLIES leaving for California. j WITH DOUBLE-STRONG

    B & G Motors Co.VADILLACOLDSMOBILE. Find -.- J PLATING Barbara, \Vhltehead. daughter CONSTRUCTIONChevy
    Any Tart For Too.
    of Mr. and Mrs. Bolford
    Johnson & Paris Inc.
    Ocala Chrome
    Gainesville 178-451 VVhitehend returned home over pickups for '66
    SALES & SERVICE!: are built strong to stand
    Complete Line of Plating Inc. the weekend after a visit In up to tough Jobs. Cabs for
    Flr.e Selection of Used Car! ,
    441 N. Past Stock Yard Michigan with friends. example have double-wall ,
    I /8EEflSVINTSInsectleldesPr roof
    Taken On Cadillac Trade Copper Nlckrl. Chromlmn construction a rigid
    David Jones of NAS Jacksonville double-wall
    FtlRTII.I/.fcKS: cowl
    2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 cadmIum. Msot&1cuOtom t Finishing framing around and husky
    $ Supptm Uufflnn was a weekend guest door openings. Lower side panels of

    PHONE nll-1!%"! 'We Rent rertllhter Spreader' ANTIQUE CLEANING :here of .Mr. and )rr.. Joseph also double-walled. Fleetside models are
    Automatic Transmission Lucas' and Chassis too is
    DODGE DART- 234 NW. 8th Ave. SILVER BRASS. COPPEB family. designed for extra

    DODGE TRUCKS PHONE 373-047S Industrial Hard Chrome Mrs. Joseph Lucas Peggy strength. You can get a 6y-r 8.
    and Cayla, attended the Bald- or body and
    Sole* Part*-servlc* City Automatic n"ln! ...v1n.. PIe 1S3 NE 2nd An. Ocala win-GtUliihan a big -
    gam In Callahan new 250-cu.-in.
    Dul IU-IIIIIII : Six. Or
    Wtpfindahle UsidPooleGable Cor specify a rugged 327cuin.
    LADIES WEAR. Friday night. VS. TBBBP" ..
    Motors Transmission, Inc. TWRlTERHancock' : Mrs. Buddy Brad ha.., and Get a double-strong pickup that's
    a glutton for
    119 s. E. lat Ave. Gainesville on Davy spent Tuesday. nigfit work NoUWAYJpWOJtK

    PHONE 372-4313 Repair A F.1IC'hAn... Cherry'sGainesville's OfficeEQUIPMENT In Jacksonville with Mr. and Talk to

    AU Makes and Model Mrs. H. H. Bradshaw.Mrs. x your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck.

    Tropical Pontiac, TRUCKS A CARS Moat Fashionable Bmlth-Corona-Autnor1 :! Shirley Rowe and children -- _=

    Inc. Dyanometer Pre-Terted Address For Ladle BraIse of Macclenny were over- .

    DRESSES.--SVITS---COATS Clary'orTobllaAddlna night gueat Saturday night! 4 09 *144

    WORK: GUARANTEED of 'Mrs. Buddy Bradahaw and
    achlTKvi.' Calculators

    BUDGET: PLAN ACCESSORIES SAVE TIM.>..-dhrom yen r* Buddy Brad.-4iw to .pendingthia CHEVROLET INC

    1409 S. Main aulrvmenln with us """t.'' week In Ocala on a huat- ,

    220 N.W. 8th Ave. CtaJnewrllte Gainesville 372-31I' 10J W University, Gainesville I..528 N. :Main St., Gainesville lag trip. I, trMr S. 301. North

    33-3383: Phone S78-5M1 and Mr Ed: HurLS anti.! Starke. Fla. 32091 PHONE 9643900rAnI'




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    COMPLIMENTSOdom's I COMrL'111ENTS-1 Western Auto Associate Store COM PL-. 1 M\ EN'TS- Mass y'-s Gulf Service

    Department Store Walter AlvarezFord 'Stark: Fla. Keystone Barber Shop rhone 7H2-O829. twtey. Fla.
    Macclenny\ }'Ia. Salesman Macclenny. Fla, Keystone Height Fla.' -.-
    Pixie Shops A. J. Thomas-Realtor

    COMPLIMENTSDrawdy's I I The First National Bank Stark..,- Fla.Keith' COMPLIMENTSFred Phone 96 .B101 'Stark. Fla.
    Service StationMacclenny. Member FDIC ialnesville.: Via. Davis, Buick-Pontiac "
    COM. 1.1 I MIC NTS ;
    Beauty Salon '
    Fla. (Green: Cove !Flpringn.'Fin. .
    C0UI'LIMENTS-I I Rout 2 ft tx .8.1: Stark. Fla., J. R. Kelly
    COMPLIMENTSTom's Mack Futch COM I'1'IM. E: NTSJ Tan Collector' Bradford Co. Stark. Fla.
    Garage Keith Griffis P. RevelsFord
    Calneavllle.: Fla.
    10 'M" .PL IMENTgGene
    Tom Norman. Owner Mafclenny.: Ffci. Chevrolet Sale >:\Iar'l nn". Fla. Moloramir H seen: Cove 'Sprlngn. Fin.r .. -
    COMPLIMENTSLeilk's Long
    Mixon's T. V. Sales &Service Dress & Gift Shop
    Phone A I. 9-3672_Macclenny. Fla. Phon 961.5051_'Stark FU.. Roxie & Wilbur Kirkland Murrhee Insurance Agency
    '' :\lart"I.I111'Fha.. Keystone, lleltfhtn. "'111." Service'Station.
    Badcock Furniture Co. Lawtey Barber Shop Carl Murat 620 H..Walnut' Hlark*. Fla.
    _Stark Fla._ u. K.: Starling. Owner Lawtyt Fla.HtLo ., Lyon's Appliance Store COMI'I.Ii'dENT"S-. I \ ;
    Phone M.:e-.15.1l: !\Iard nny. Fla. S. E. McKay, Realtor CCOM PL I MENTS -
    Florida Pest Control Store Muttgagea-4AppraIMrl .S.rwicKeyston W!' Thomas
    & Chemical Co. ** Stark*. Fla. Phone $196.260.V; : _'kalford. Fla.. [iynch-DAvidson Ford l Helghtx. Fla. Sinclair PrnrfurtN 'r "Stark. FU.
    Jacksonville. "'Ia.I .
    Evinrude Sales, & Service McGriff Trading Mart I COMI'I.IMINTSWilliam I .: COMPLIMENTS.
    Phone 961-4821* _' Stark. Fla. 1.10 N. Court St._Stark Fla.. COMI'I..IMENTSGeorge'H. !: F. Roster Mitchell's DrugsOwner
    Pierce Chief of Pnlkt!' Stark. "'M. I.. T. (1,..". Stark FU.
    first Federal Savings & Loan Florida Bank at StarkeMember ,..* Stark. Fla.Peyton .
    __Starke Fla._ < FIIIC. Stark. Fla.,
    Florist Bradford Barber
    Randal Chitty Shop.
    Doyle E. Conner, Ins., Agency Denmark Furniture Co.. 119 So. Thompson n Mt. Stafk, Fla. :Mayor Stark Fla. / 'Htark, *. ."...' fOJen'
    For* Your Insurance Needs Starke Fla.COMPLIMENTS 4.11: I >V. Call St. Stark Fla..
    Gib Brown Standard Oil Station COM( .I'I.IMENTF4-. I : 's Fine Shoes'

    1 I :\ Harold C. Wall, Inc.. I'hone ?>f.>.7071 '. StHfk*.. Fla., Merrill EdwardsCity 10.16: Park St. JnTrknonvlH! Fla.COMPLIMENTS .
    Hon. B. R. BurnsedHaker ieneral: Insurance Stark. Fla.. Clerk Stark, FU.,
    CogntyJadge Macclnny. ."1.1.. Lacy Conways Amoco Station I : -
    Gem Jewelry LACY CtN\VAY'S'FLYING; SKKVICE.: ; C0MI'1 II I IMI I E: NTS- Keystone State Bank

    Florist Corner &: Gift Shop I 109 10;. Call St. Stark. FU.. > Stark. Fla. Jimmy McRae Member FIHC Ky..lon.* Ifelghtn. Fla.

    Phone Al. 9-2371_Macclgnny Fla. C'Hy ('..unell Group: Nt. 2 Stark, Fla.,
    City Barber ShopE. C101rLIMENTHTemple' I : : ; Keystone Jewelers & Gifts

    COMPLIMENTS I : :. Tall St. Stark FU., Motel COMI'I.IMENTS-) I \ : MIHU & U.llt'-!iMolh! ..f..r.K.yi,,(onSmittyVBarber 1I.'lrhtil'
    John J. Crews, Jr. Stark. FU. Garden Restaurant

    Raker County_ Macclenny. FU. Bullington's Gift Shop 1..run'Tr.. Crown: Inside' 'Stark, FU.. Shop
    Call Street: Stark. Fla., Rhoden's Gulf Service Stark, Fla.Robert's .
    COMPLIMENTS I I Temple Av* 'A Center St. Stark. "'Ia.o Dave Shuford's 66 Service Station
    Weldon Jr. Barksdale's Department StoreCall ChevroletOraft
    Steve __* 'I.qty. FU.
    I'hone Al. 9-fi 165 -_)Iarel*nn,.. Fla. Street SI.rh. FU. Sleepy HolloW Motel 1 ''Aw. It Park St.
    II. S. .101 I North Stark FU. Farmers & Dealer. Bank fireen COY ftprlngn.' FU.Ray's .
    "Walter's Truck Stop & Rest. Starke Hardware Member FDIC .Uk.. ,HutUr. "'I..
    .rhnJe' AI. fl-9135: :Mafclenny.. Fla. Call Street Stark.. FU.Shu Candy Gulf Station Tractor Company, Inc.
    I.uhrkatinn'rlren X'Are.. Kyalon Height Townhouse Restaurant 72X7 W. ..*..... Mt. 'Jatkimnvill. FU.
    Law tey Standard Service 'Station ford's Standard Service Stat -' Phnn 11H1.. 191 ,Lake.. llutler. .FU.
    I.atey. fla. Stark "'.. fo'M P 1.1M 1 .EN'9'ADraw.Tite; Burgman Supply Co.
    Co. Shadds Shell Service Station 2BOO W. Tlarr St. Jacksonville. Fla.Alvarez' .
    Try Priest's Gulf Desert Isle MotelII. Custom Rullt Tr.'JIr Hitch* St tar""'., .'111. Phon. 496.2(1.11( : lake Huller ......
    For fia,. and Fuel OH/ Nda-I.aty S. .101 l.a fev. FU. Standard Station
    ymir (:'OS11'1.ISIEI I : T H'- North Florida Fertilizer Corp. 'hon.96.91I( I Stark. Fla.

    J. L. Waters, General Mdse.lawlev Dodd's Auto Sales Starke Builders Supply Phone !!I6.K.2| lake. llutlr. VU.C COATPt.IMENTlt-: 1
    : Fla. Itamhler Dealer RI.rh. Fla. C'arl Jnh I Prop.' Stark. "'/1. .
    !'OSII'I.I3IENTS-: I : P. D. Reddish

    Trail Motel' & RestaurantIT. Andrews Drugs COMPLIMENTS I I 1 Robert A. Driggers Hertford County( 'Sheriff Htark. FU.

    3. :30t 'I.a_tey. FU. Stark Fla. J. T. Harden Clerk of flrrult Court Ijik flutter, Fla. COMPLIMENTS: {
    Daoktnn No. fflenny.l FU.
    C0arrLI: I MENTS-; Firestone Dealers Store C0MPLIMFNTtt-: ) I : .: R. A.. Green! Jr;

    Bill Barber Shop .\ & A Supply. Inc. Stark. Fla. (' (1Mr1.I3IENTS-I I I : Mrs. Helen Dukes Putlllr Tlfnder Hlh Circuit C.Inesvlll.CO111PI.IMENTA .

    fain.: ,."II''". .Fla. Williams Jewelry Mrs. Ruby Johns 'Tat CofUctor Union ('". Lake... Hutler. FU. C) .; -
    Council Slark FU.
    City ''
    Robertson Jewelersfialnwlll 142 \%. 'all St. Stark, FU. COMPLIMENTS) J T. E. Duncan
    *. Ha.: C'OMI'II I !'I1NTg-: A. L. Drfggers fttat* Attorney Hth Ctrrtrtt J (ialnes.lll.COMPL1M ..
    Walt Hulick Chevrolet Inc.IIhrhw. Orie Wiggins County Judit Union ('n. lake.. Hutler, .Flu.Tomlinson .
    H. M. Chitty & Co. .,. :.101 North Slark.. F'4.COMPLIMENTS' fltr Cotmfil !Slark 10'.. !\ K; NToC! -
    -Maines Drug Co. First I Federal Savings' & Loan
    (;.In.-*ille. Fla. .
    : ; CM) M t P L I yi E: N T K Phone 1fl-2!) $OI i ,Ijik.. Huller, fU.. t.ln..IU.: ......
    Gilbert's. Inc.10Q ; Alvin Mann Seeber D. Goodrhan "
    W. University Ave Gainesville; FU. Chevrolet Serrlc Manager Stark. n... City Council Stark.. f'.. Rivers Hardware & Furniture COMP1.'IM'I $: NTS -
    I'hon.196.2211 lake. .llutler. Fla. Slade Gas Co.
    Gulf Life Insurance Stark, FU.COM
    FU. Hon. George L. Patten Edwin Johns COM I' I LI I M t ENTI1-.:
    Caln."lIwo "
    Irawer'C.: Circuit Judge $th Circuit Stark"' f'la.Stump' 1'lumblng Servlf' Htark Fla. John Whitehead l 4. I IM1! NTfl. .-

    COMPLIMENTS I I I Sheriff l.'olon Count. 'Tjlk.'Rutler. ...... 'Ermie Jones
    Coy's Furniture. Co. Department Store J. E. Hardy Auto Sales 0ala.avlln. FU.
    'Phone :37S-S291 fUlne: "ir l SM) K.: Nil... St. Stark/ Fla.

    Clay Electric Coop.K.atone Pharmacy COUI'I.IIItNTS-) I I I : White Electric & Battery Service'Calnettrllle.ru. }'
    Height'' FU. IBI I F.:.Tall St._Slark' Fla.Eagle's Bill Edwards "r
    State Bank .
    Community 66 Servlr Station At.rlke.! n... R
    Gustafson Dairy Department StoreW. Member FRI(' Stark. Fla.
    ,FU. Call Street Stark*. FU. (' 0SII'I.IS1iNTA-I I : CAM PLIMINTS-I
    C Spring
    green r*
    CO3IPI.IMENTS-1 John R. Davis H. M. Herndon, Carpet Service
    Sands Motor Company Charley E. Johns, Agency Gulf Oil Products !MeMr Motor f wtge_WmUn. .FU.. WALL I TO WALL INSTALUmON:'
    'Url*.iiy. FU. General l lo_ur ar. Stark. n... P. O. Hon 73$ FU.
    : Phone 2-V>-2ni: HKOISTF.M: OIL CO. Stark. FU. Cyclerama LawUy.
    Drug Co. Yamaha Sales and.. !KcrvLr
    !!! FU. Dr. Harry Gruen O.ln.II" FU.Walker's .
    16 E. l'nkersity' A**. Gala*** *
    _Stark FU._ Judge Yawn S. S. NoegelAuto
    Baird Hardware Co. Hradford Codnly Judge Rt.rh. FU. Shell Service & KalM Stark' FU.

    GainexvUIe.! Ha. Jerome Johns Oil Company _Klar""' ."f'la.
    Phllip"e' B4 (IVodurtu. Stark. FU. COl1PI.I3IKSTg-' I I ; CoM1'1.IMFNTS-. :
    cost 'I'I.ISIFNTS-I ,
    Santa Fe Tractor, Inc. H. .C. Kelly GroceryI.awtey. T. L. Casey K. G. Duncan Carl Harton
    'faIMnrn.: F1.a. of Public Instruction Kradford County LOCAL CONTRACTOR
    Sin Sf. f'la.
    I. 44M NAT.; Standard Oil 1..tlH't.t* Stark. FU.




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    "!tike RIGHTS RESERVED 1'' Wonderful l.l.Foods to Adorn Your Dinner Table! Shop This Weekend For ThatThanksgiving 4

    PRICES GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 20TH Feast Savings Were Never Greater! =
    mU.-co.rnioHT-uoe '
    10 Cans $1 It
    ; ,, '" REG. 69* QUARTS KRAFT II!
    OVER < ; Mayonnaise 59* E

    3 Good-to-tho-lost-drop Maxwell House j FAMOUS ASTOR

    4:;:! CASH 1! Coffee I Coffee Cranberry 2/29X/ a c

    Awarded SPELL-O :
    Already to Lucky REG. 27300 Con OCEAN SPRAY SAUCE
    -:7:: (( i Winners Thousands of Dollars i .
    ..\ More to be Given Away! : (REG. 871)) (REG. 79) Cranberry 2/39// :


    SAVE / SAVE / Flour e e e e 49* ::

    ; Super 5 pe II-01! ,, a ,, REGULAR 53* QUARTS DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise 39 It. i iLB :

    1000 CASH WINNERS '.

    JANICE STEINBERG .. '# Alcoa Foil 59* t
    { T v 2708 Raofonl CC.aT .
    N f '+ Orlando, Florida REGULAR 27* 50CT. KLEENEX REGULAR 29* 20-oz. THRIFTY MAID REGULAR 21* 12-or. 't

    \. a 112N3rdAv.nw MRS. C. R. BUSSARD Dinner Napkins 2/49.' Tomato Catsup ": 4/$1. Niblets Corn : 5/'l/ $::
    o '_< >4 Galnatvillo, Florida I",

    r & ;"r Y IRENC R 1.BOSLEY Boi40Intorlachtn, Florida' Marshmallows ? j 2/49 Sliced Peaches ? 4/$1.: Tray Tables ? *"? "" ': 88' .;pp:) :


    .. D ayron.BwchFlorid.467 Staro Jrr t Big 60 Cookies p: 39./ Pineapple ? : : 4/$1 : Loaf Raisin Bread 23' ':
    W. Carter _
    .' : Mrs.Joseph ;
    3208 Del Rio Terrace ILLA BROWN GIVENS '0 ,F.It<
    I 318 Spruce Stiwot I 8-01. PEPPERIDGE FARM BREADStuffing <; .
    Tallahassee, Florida r.
    Daytona Biach, Florida" !
    .1'I MRS. W. cJOckronrlll.
    6301 Roowv.lt Blvd S634 Compton Avanue : c
    .. 2V: .LB REGULAR $1.59 DELUXEFruit
    .. Florida Orlando, Florida a U
    Cake 99* s sf
    Astor '

    :y(\., It :rl. Jacksonville B. GODWIN, Florida ... Swt. Taters 4/1./ (REG. 9h) (REG. 7311)) MK

    Orlando, Florida wl' : Milk 9 f1 k SAVE t SAVE
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    I ,I '! MERLE rn Park I., Florid.LEESEF ,/ i 4/ ,/
    \ REGULAR 2/29! *303 LIBBYPumpkin 1- 1-
    S' '" .1 IVY MORRISON "' .
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    .:. BILL HEMMING r 3 U. TIN 3LD. TINWlnt.r
    : :+ Garden, FloridaMR. REGULAR 29DIXIE! DARLING
    'i' f fJ fll .. ai MRS. WILl RD M. KIR 1 1W
    I. ;: Calnoivllla/ Florid Mrs. Robert G. MulleeA Cake M4$1"/ .
    t' I BEULA PERRY 3514 N. W. 11th Ave. .,
    Boach, Florida. Gainesville, Florida
    ./::;,; STEPHANIE, [FloridaMRS. MORRIIJacksonville MRS.Stark.R. C.Florida BUFORD j( Breast p. lb. 79' Sli. Bacon *:. 59'

    _ef JOHN R. JOYNER MRS. B. H. DALTON W-D BRAND U. S. CHOICE BEEF SALE!I. FROZEN TURKEY Cop.land'.6o..pkg.29/.10.OL) \P Q.454
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    I Blackihear, Georgia. H.w""", 29 59
    Wings Bologna ,
    I, ..r Floridea'T. I : lb. n

    .t, 1OO CASH WINNERS Roast : 58; Drumsticks ,b, 39 Gizzards Ib. 29

    : :J W. H. REEVES MRS. I. H. MOSER MRS. W. G. McCUl .
    ,''f'to' J.cklonrilblaid.. St. Ar urNn., Florida Tallahassee, Florida Stew LB. 29* I Turkey Roast S2" Cheese ". III..? 29'
    .: r r MRS. H. V. TERRETTI MARGARET RIDERDaytona RICHARD C. BONNITT .W, S. CHOICE W-D BRAND "..n.S. FULL CUT RND. 14-of. CUP PALMETTO FARMS SALAD 5-lb. pkg.* W.DSr./ 100 Frs S'JacklO"ylle. w/Cb.*
    / Florida Beach, Florida Cocoa, $ 9
    t Florida .
    .ri._1 MRS. A. G. ERSLINCER MRS. C. M. LLOYD MRS. EMIL McCOSKEt Steak U 98* Cranberry 39' Ground Beef 1 1GOln..rill. I
    ., FloridaCHARLES Ormond Beach Florida N.Smyrna Ich, Fl. .' C( / 6-ot. PKG. KRAFT'S SLICED AGED J...a JawaflWUd Rica w P1e.r (cs.. .
    : Jacksonville/ Florida Florida Gainesville, Florida/ ti4 68x Swiss Cheese 43 Chic. Roasts )1 '.
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    a,. VALUABLE I No. of Items I a I of Stamp.Glv.n |_ I $439 t 1 Lettuce
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    Keystone Men'sInvitational I 15 YouthsTo r I I Cong. Matthews. I Friday Deadline New KHS Gym

    For CandidatesIn
    KEYSTONE Be Hired I 'Booked At PTA I ElectionThe Gets Low Bid
    Starts SaturdayThe City

    I II HIGHLIGHTSBy Keystone Golf and At State Parks ? I I I Meeting Tues. Keystone City Council Of $94,433Peoples

    County Club Men's Invitational will sit In special session Friday
    Tournament U scheduled to Some IS young men are WML Congressman D. R. Billy I 1 Nov. 19 at 7:30: ( p m. In Construction Co., of

    Emily TUomaa attract a large field: of the top slated to begin work throughthe I Matthews will speak; before order to qualify candidates:! for Jacksonville was the low bidder -

    North Florida golfers for the Neighborhood Youth Corps the Clay County PTA Council the posts of mayor tax collector on the proponed Keystone

    Phones two-day tournament, starting at Gold Head And Magnolia at a meeting: scheduled' for 10 ,, tax assessor, and four Heights School gymnasium, at
    Saturday. State Parks between now and a. m. Tuesday In conference counclltnsn. a special meeting of the Clay

    Day 473-4666 Nlte 4734589j On Friday, there will be a December> I, I r room of the Clay Electric Coop Expected' to qualify for redaction County School Board Tuesday
    Pro-Amature meet for which Gold Head SuperintendentEd r l' I In Keystone Heights. are Mayor M. L night in the school administration -

    j f Service Is initiated: for during his trip to visit the bal event a number of golfer Collins said 12 of the lib topic will be "Participa Bcasley Tax Collector' Sarah offices In Oreen CoveSpring's.

    . Joorstep earlier delivery of egg farms In the Keystonearea. tumai! out for practice earlyIn youths will be employed' at lion of Federal: Governmentin If. McDonald and councilmen .

    , four copy of The Telegraph, The ScotU have succumbed the week.According. Gold Head and the other threeat Aid to Schools. MnttJu'wshas Roy Watkins and Walt Thomas Following acceptance of the
    irtthln the city limit of Key- to the hire of Keystone to club pro Lei Magnolia State Park. been Instrumental in the The term of council chairman bid of 194.433. the board announced -

    Ii one Heights U you wish this after having made a Stephenson 414 players had "But." he added, "the boys passage of federal laws bvne- William Beam dON not that construction

    service call either of the above number of trips here, and have signed up through Monday should not apply directly to fitting the school systems during expire this year would begin In ten days, with

    i I embers, and arrangement purchased lot with an eye and applications are still being( the park They must be his tenure In the U 8. Council posts to be filled are completion to take place within

    I wfll be made for you to receive toward vacations, and retire Accepted to fill the remaining screened through their local House of Representatives.He those of three councllinen for 140 calendar days.

    your paper on a regular basis ment. berths. State Employment Office and Is presently on the two-year periods each, and one According to Richard T

    TIP'S' IN AREA SMALL WORLD Slated.. to: appear in the invitational should apply there." campaign ti'all for reelectionto fcc<< the one-year unexplred Lovorn. Keystone Boosters

    Jfinterest has been Many Keystoners saw a tourney are the defending The youths will be employedby hla post in the 19611 elections : term of former councilman Ed Club and PTA member who
    recently familar face In the paper Sunday champion Ken Hut- the park service through its and with the redistricting Bennett who resigned last was present the groundbreakIng -

    focused.on this area of thestate when they opened the chins, of Jacksonville: : Beach participation In the Neighbor- of the lower house, faces month. Councilman Bill Warren ceremony will take place
    location for
    a a possible supplement to the Florida and last year's runner-up. Bill} hood Youth Corps Program stiff opposition In the Democratic has stated that he will not aliortly. at a date to be announced -
    huge nuclear reactor, with a Times-Union, and. in a full Turner of Palatka.: which Is administered by the primary as two congressional serk reelitttlon to the post. by Principal Joseph

    survey team having scouted! page ad on Wesley Manor Re- Among the notable pro who U. S. Department of Labor A. districts In North Florida Petitions are presently being B Bn on.
    the Camp Blandlng site recommended To be eligible for have been merged. circulated. number The site for the building leon
    . tirement Village they saw will tee off starting at 8:30: a employment on a of per.
    for the project the former Keystoner George Blue m. Friday are Bill Markhamof under the pro first of this week. As result,
    a in both of the two pictures In II Ironwood Country Club young applicant must be between lunch will be served In the posts but no one has qualified 1. campus, adjoining the present
    *"S number of bualneM groups the ad. One could: not fall to Gainesville: Dare" Philo. also Ib and 31 years of age Keystone School cafeteria to date according to City field! house which will be Incorporated

    I teed corporations in! the have locality hadRepresentatives miss the string lie which Is of Ironwood who holds the a hid school dropout, and I Who Will Be Miss KHS? 1 Clerk Joy Baker.. { t as dressing rooms.

    the practically a trademark with course record of 43 at Keystone come from a low Income tam- Recent BrideIs The gymnasium Is one of
    looking over possibilities him and we hear that he I? : taut Henry Williams ily. He should apply for the Capt. McElrath the major points of the were-
    for commercial development. That Is the question to be I All girls In grades 9 to 12 are HonoredAt dltatlon standards
    one of the mainstays of the Jr., New York: City. who plays state park: Jobs at his Iota I set by the
    I One of these persona wno colony. on the winter tour of profestonala. State Employment Office I answered Tuesday, Nov.' 30, at' eligible to participate.! Linen ShowerA Is Awarded Southern Association of College .

    (net with groups in Starke: and WOMAN'S CLtTJ NEWSA which ton Clay County, is located 8pm. When the Keystone Entertainment will be provided Bronze Star / and Secondary;! Schools

    ,I ''Jacksonville last week was H. change In the date of the The course, a par-72 layout, In Oreen Cove Springs.The Height High School annual throughout the evening, linen shower was given recently In their evaluation of the Keystone -

    frhomaa Amon. Jr.. general Driver Safety Education program provides a challenge with its boys will work four daysa staff holds. its second annual climaxed! by the crowning of for Mrs. Frank Whit- Capt. Hunter B. McKlratn.!: plant for future accreditation.

    Industrial agent of the South- has been announced by narrow tree-lined' fairwaysand week: and mnst attend a Miss KHS contest.Contestants the queen and selection of a mire, the former Bertha Jones, son of Mrs. Amy MeKlmth. .

    ,rn Railway System, who lives the president. Mra. John Bird rolling twisted terrain. minimum of six hours of high will be Judged first and second runner-up. whose wedding was an event and nephew of RonAld J. Tipping -

    In Atlanta and who is the with rescheduling of the The fairways and green are school: clssses per week. They on beauty, poise and grace of Get 14 at the Community both. of Oator Hone Lake Women Golfers

    'n-ln-law of Mra. DalarMansfield. e* after the Christmaa du'-I I In excellent shape for the will be paid SI.25 per hour Church of Keystone HrlRhta. received the broiue star. ineda.: Host Green
    ( of Keystone. Hetnet days at a time tournament through' recent' The program (lasts for 38 weeks Twenty-one guests attended at invent cevrmonJea Fort Cove

    with area Chamber of the Instructor Sgt. Ron Elliott fertilization: and winter rasa and Is designed to help alleviate Crescent City I Lake Butler the party, held In \the home of Uctilck, Mil., where he U presently And Jax NASThe

    ',f3ommerce officials liOftm'lnent of Jacksonville.: Safety sowinc. and with the additionof the shortage of available PreviewThe :Mrs. Robert Dodd The dining atatlonrd with the U 6
    and business leaders at a Education Officer with the new sand traps make. It l' Jobs for youths In the requiredage Blitz Downs table featured a four-tier wed-: Army Keystone: Women's

    ,|uncheon in Starke. and came Florida Highway Patrol. one of the toughest courses In : bracket. Tigers of Lake, Butler diner cake decorated with yellow Citpt McEU-alh wa crud Golf Association hostel the
    t>n to Keystone. for a vlalt with The Tuesday luncheon of The boy should live In the for outstanding metttorlou women's from OwenCove
    : the area. KHS 27-0 will be the Indians' opponent rates which was prppiued group
    t I/Mrs./ Mansfield and her> daughtrs. the Woman's Club will featureE. SOCIAL! IIOCR AND DINNER area around the park: since no Friday night In Keystone's lat by the hOl
    the Minus Emma Kate Kindt, of the Jcfin Hancock PLANNED food or lodging will be furnished. pigskin contest of the current carried.> out the fall ground operations aiiainat the Naval Air Station at a brut-.

    ; and Sarah Mansfield. His wife. Insurance. Co. who will speak The entrants to the tournament I Transportation, however Keystone's Indians were pranon. Game time 8 p. m.Iamta color scheme, with sprays of Vlit Cong awing the perluti. bull tournament and luncheon
    I the former Miss Sue Marwf leld. on insurance facts and figures will be guesta at a social will be furnlHhrd from blitsed last Friday night by of Keystone! players pyracantha and an arrangement June 1004 to AI.IIIl 10115. Thursday.

    remained overnight with her Hostesses for the affair will be hour and dinner on Saturday Keystone but only if neceslary Crescent City 210. will be guests of tl\e team during of chrysanthemum' completing The citation swede "Through Twenty-aix. player from the
    family, whUe her husband met Mrs..J.A. Williams. Mr. William Keystone wa bf'ohtn1 7-0 at his untiring effort guest ciutM ptuticlpated lit the
    t evening, to be given by the the irame the decoration aiwl' pl'Ofl..maa -
    Vlth, similar officials in Jack- U Smith Jr, and Mrs.R. membership and Women'l Collins said the boye will be the half after having a scoring Lake, Butler has a 2-1-A record .. ) ability, h* conaislent- Lounami, fur which full
    r tonvl1le. Amon was a former I Bridgea. The luncheonwill doing a variety of general run by Stefan Brokas called I ly obtauved handicaps lit
    f *. Golf and Association! of the so far this! season. Win outstanding results were given
    j public relations officer with begin at 12:30: p. m. club in the clubMuee.NEWS maintenance Job. roofing back on. penalty for Illegal have been over Crons City 14- Thursday llth,, so a report on lie wan quick to grasp luRC'twolIItIl'led at the clubhouse -
    I Csltowar' Mills in LaGrange PTA MEETINGS carpentry, painting and eroscn procedure. 8. and Mayo 31-0 tonnea have the Buaaar could be made. Tit the impllcatloivs of new problem was prepared by member -
    I loa.. and executive director of The November KeystonePTA control were only a few Crescent: City' scored In the been to Chtrfland. 20-0. New- report' was'. a marwluus success. with which he was faced of the host group.

    )Ithe, Valdosta Chamber of meeting will be held tonight mentioned by the park euprrntemJent. first quarter on a 30 yard pan brrry, 8.0 Santa Fe.3S-4. P. .aa a result of the ever cliarwUitf Last Week's.. Results

    m Commerce before going with Thursday( ) at 7:30: p. NOTESBy from Ashley. to Brenner who K. Yonge. 34-0. North Marion Junior Worn<<.,,'. Club meetIng situation Inherent, In acountnrlrwuriiency In the Thursday women's

    Southern Railway m. In the school cafetorium. According! to State Park: Director turfed It over with Ashley 21-4, and Wlllliton.\! "-0. The will meet the 2nd Thursday operationand I b..t-ht meet there were 10nlrt

    i Another vMtor In the field According to Program Chair- Helen. EganuAUaaaa.aaaa..a.aua Bill Miller the statewide calming the bonus point. tie was with Jasper T-', In December The program to find way and mean I .. In the IB-hole group,

    >t big buxlneas was Ed Scott man Mr. O. J. Murrhre. Jr.. program calls for the Main In the third quarter.eight ., take: Butler ami;! Keystone! will' be held on Ou-tatmas dec to solve theite" problems. The with .winners Mrs. Alex Urokni
    of Atlanta. egg buyer for the an Interesting schedule has employment of 211( high school play after kickoff.: C.C"s I have never played before orations. Ire|>ai inti loSeCt: ...- eneriietlo application of his and Mrs Mao Bteadham. who

    southeast for the A &P Food been planned for the evening OEM VARIETY SHOW dropout between 14 and 21 to Ashley connected with a Quick Facts About Lake lions for the Post Office will rx triwlvs lutowledue" hat materially hot a net of 64. In the nIne.
    8to.who.. with his wife with the classes of third grade Under the chairmanship of work In 33 state parka and spiral to Warner who cleated DuLler: be first on the 1M. We urn/ contributed to the effort hole! group In which there
    stayed at the Villa Plumosa memorials for the his way over to !score, withAshley all members to be of 11 IJndsityWalker
    teacher Mrs. 9wartley and Mrs. Josephine Reed a once-a- program Enrollment: 800 present the United Stater were playersji*
    Mrs. Pedele presenting a year Variety Show will be given period of 24 weeks attain stubbing for the Conference: Suwunnee. Class Aleene L Adle held the MI.o1to! tie RepubHo or' and Mrs. Dill Smith

    KEYSTONEDriveIn Thanksgiving play. and a surprise on Saturday Nov 20 at 8 Miller recently received fed extra point B., Wuiiu-n's Circle of Presbyterian Vietnam to awil.it that country came In first wlt.lnet of 33.STJNIMV .
    program of particular p. m. in the Masonic Tempi eral approval( for the 11.035 Crescent City's third) ant'last < Nickname: Tigers Church at her horns in lidding itself of the coinmunlst TOURNKY

    TheatreFri interest to the parents. A tally Assisting Mrs. Reed are Mrs program of which I2M.401 is I TD came Ira the fourth Color: Purple and !gold. WHCH: met Wednesday' nun'ning Uirr. ...t. to 1U freedom In title seventh round of piuy

    will be taken for class parent Dorothy Koons. who has solicited Ming provided by the fed.rall quarter on a short turfer bvBrmnnr Coach: Jim 8trtplln. There wise fifteen mrm- HU Initiative, seal, suuixJudtfinent of the mixed bxnt-txUI l Sunday

    Sat..-Nov." 19, 20ARE attendance _&1'4. door prises from local government with the remaining on the third attempttolPwing t '84 Record: 8.2IeltennenS beta and two vlnltor present. and devotion to dot: tournament. there wa a tie
    151,834 paid by the Park a Keystone fumble have been for first place between. Mr
    All persons who have not merchants; Mrs. Beatrice : Mrs. A Schortwmun presided in this highest tradition
    1 Board A. O StiMtdland of on the S yard line which wasrecovered and M..... Prttnont Tolles and
    11 '. "' picked up their pana and Schroedrr. tickets: : and Mrs It Basic Offeruw: Wing T at the business" meeting'. Plans of the United Htate
    ngnMl1V by C C Again
    utensils from the Halloween : Dot Harvey program. Tallahassee has been appoint1 Prong I'otnH': flood line was presented about the annual Army and reflect( great credit Mr and 1\In. Whitney Wyman.

    Carnival are asked: to come by I Specially numbers will Include : project director wan Ashley making the extra good
    7/1, ..lAlhr' the achool. where they were> ballet dancing, panto- Any young man Interested In point. experienced !, gave a talk on "0 j SomeUiing. Service" with 30 were Mr\ and Mrs.. W
    the available under the After the same Icsyston* 1(. Rxdfearn' and In third
    mine Jobs I Mrs. Robin Evans: asmisted. A natIve of Jacksonville ;
    taken following the event. acting to records> and: Offensive Perwmnet. Tu and
    i i /<(..IIJ"r'fr"" program should apply at hill1at..1 Coach Lea Rhodrn said he place with 31 were Mr and
    The PTA County Council Joe Daurer of Melrose hopes Watch toy Duke Fill I 'I graduate of Uie University of
    thought the Indians had played
    State Employment Office I Mrs AI WatMin.
    i will met Tuesday. Nov 23. at to be In town for one of his Defensive Pmncnnel. To The Mrlrom* Methodist AIH Flmlda, holding a inter's d.-
    i 10:30 a. m. in the Clay Co-Op famous ventriloquist act for additional Information good boll He pointed of : out. Watch;: Whole tram,, nual lln the 14 senior out 23 plnjrrrs
    ,| meeting room. The speaker There will be vocal and piano PotentialVesknev' : May 4 On sale will "bo married to the former Ili will( be pmtpofied for
    'e.nvvvvvvvvvv.vwvvvvINDIAN on the Crescent Cltv .,qita'f"They're I
    will be a representative of 81 'volos, a baton routine, and the ," lack depth weak middle I handmade craft. tue ll wok.h Randolph of Jarkaonvlllc, and a week because of the Men'sInvitational
    TERMITES I Johns River Junior College in grand' finale will be a Master more experienced me- DESTROYING Palatka. Masons Style Show of women's BEACHLake he _!d. "Thaw 14 seniors ....v.vvv.nvv..v..nMELROSE I ChrlMmua. novelties. Ttiere. will linen II for Sunday
    make a big difference.
    { CIICRCH C.ROfP NEWS! fashions. BUI Belote .la masterof The IndIana rammed their 1, t.JfI a luncheon from, I II a a. in I I-

    j YOUR HOME? St William's -Nov, 2e hat ceremoni ( Santa Fe) way within scoring distance I utttll vlte' l I p in Everyone: In. IMaatle Nolf>l .K>li. "'<.::111!! al the
    bern eat for the formal openIng Attractive poster* for this Work night for the! 1'.lIfI\ Net.bnnke '1.20 si the
    TREE) of the White Elephant event were created by Mrs Mrs lull T. MUlrr." 8r.uaaa. seven times during the game I ICuntl". ...I un Neat 1'lIlte) Telegraph.. Telegraph.BEST .
    but. seemed. to lark the vlt-a- lloUih. .
    fly Sally mm rItupllrale I
    Vera ., ,
    Ownaby Tickets at 81each
    at their location- .
    Shop new on
    : INSPECTION: &..u.auuaauWell SIp to go all the way. Then
    Ray 34. tn the old Ford's are avaiable from ORB I
    there was that fumble on the .aaa.a.aaua.A.aaauas
    Grocery store tn Melrose, .c:- members and officers a great big< "Rang" to
    o..tW S line
    yard ,
    U.p11fa cording to Mrs Phil Kromer. AAMP CIIArTF.M NEWS' you all this wk or have '"Th boys plarM goo-1 lair\ I I rlrldfo Notes BUYS BY c & c MOTORS INC
    I chairman.A The regular luncheon m.... you notlc. l the ting of little stall Tied for first place, MraOay
    but seemed to on
    539 E. CaB .eMU Inr of the Keystone Area off I II IJvlwrotnn. ar l Mrs Ray
    hot ati'lls exreMlvely -
    high school social has fun going '
    their scoring drive: Uw roach'
    AARP Chapter wa held this. week T A strange I arms Tied for nvrwul place,

    tCon'Jneed on r....r ragas Thursday, Nov 11, with appropriate fever of some sort has been Mid fornwfitiT Mrs Roland Itryan. and Mr

    recognition of Veter> caught by all the maker In Ithoden Olenn had lJon praise Norrl Paul Johnson Tied for third and J\II\ R4RC PRICES
    plare Mrs Mary Cork
    .. an. Day I the area could> I nut Imaginewhat Jerry Moonvhsm Hfefan Proka .
    ., Tied for
    New memtorr Introducedwere -..ntUJack got hum Miss Ira Hall,
    Mike Mur-
    tl I *. Oary Cooper .
    fourth place Mrs. Rance.Pyle
    Mrs. Esther Krueger, and Saturday afternoon with his .
    rhee. Johnny Mon 'n.I .
    I Mrs Ralph Griffin Mr*. 3ofat''U'Pt try nrst dew of his whole whole tram played gees) tieFlorl'U and Mla IWmole Rutherford
    Tracy accepted the appointment hunting caner and NOW I a&W. I
    I as hospitality chairman understand l lNick I homemakers meeting will beheld
    and Mrs. Ethel: Tuesday. Th bmrirwws
    I Weymsnwill and Virginia Wmorui' I Kif" ('C I
    slut her until Mrs. Zen. several l end workshop' will b* combined! SLASHED.
    inv1lle spent I
    of Fb.t Do" 14 III
    Schirbe ls able to attend regularly at this mretliMt at 9.10: until
    days at their catMn this) _k.Nkk On RuoIhtnc 10 U
    \ Mrs J O. Harmon serve 12
    I wan off work on Veter On Passing 4 Ira
    I ej a* 1"'C"Ordsn.rPtalY In This week WM American
    and vacation
    4 a" day tank one -. 7-14 4.10
    the alwnce of Mrs Emily Education: Week at Melrose
    .dsy off on rrtrfay IItt they muM Rushing Yards 218 105
    linn, who sufferrvt a foot In- her, High School\ (, Wnidewtay was
    spend tNt long weekend Passing Yards 74 93PUmbl.
    P Jury and J O. Hsnaen served set aside l for their Parent VUI .
    With the combined effort of .. 111..0 I 1 2-1
    u treasurer in the absence of I tat ton iMy, Par..nt4. of U-
    M $, ttunf" two very congenial po->> Penalty Yards U 20 I
    f Axe Malmsrren wno. with his pie; (Virginia. eeti-hn the ball students got to pay a visit. to
    wife, weer attemMner the wed-. their ehlktien's class. nbnrrvea
    I GETTING OFF and fionks K to the line and
    4 ';ire\ of Mrs. Malmgren's rhea, In session talk with
    Nick reel It tn and nets the estrhl' 1 1a .
    granddaughter game for u* to their trachera ads enjoy' the e
    TO A GOOD START Mr. J O. Ifanorn. chairman nahl t they got a nice baa off !II glimpse\ of some. of our weekend ''I luncheon In UM schonl' cafe 1 '
    submitted the report of of .their dock. Virginia ailedmy neighbor. Mr and Mrs.
    attention to it and w.nt.dit teriaMablc
    If. and MUM Evelyn'
    I FlnJey
    nominating committee for Ieanall Circle met
    0 Your beat Mart toward financial in headline form, but shews I
    Dotaon .U! of Jacluvrnvlll! were
    the foUowlnar alate of officersfor at Ruth Borkelman'svirnr( ,
    v in to an account with at our house when Jack .
    success open the new year President. "in" for the weekend. They There was a talk by Mr Albeit
    0 u* and nave regularly where your Mrs. r P. Bran; Vice President iT C and Jeff got home with attended the .,..,.jtM-Tulane ImerMfnan on the 3>rdpsalm

    money ram more for you. Iuurd Mr*. Ethel Wurman; U>. deer and Virginia agrewd game tn fSalrwevllle on Katur- I .*. Th martins will beheld
    to forego her headliner for a W also nutlrod. the Johns' Come In Today For The Of A
    ? Cerulnl,. All account arc Inured Treasurer, Axel Malmgren! ; day nest at Mr. Hchoemman's Buy
    up to $10.000. Why not yet Herordtn*; Secretary. Mrs tool piece of bar-be-que vinson. the Martins, awl the r......,. home. ...,... Oriffon will ..,
    Ah! the wage of fame. :| were at their places for someUm I Lifetime!
    off lo that rood startOW' 1JD1t.x.m: ; Cbrreepond: have the program.
    Secretary, Mrs Mettle Smith. Mrs. Tvrhla McGrlff of Jack.sonrlUe this week flood to all I The Eptoropal: l Church Women

    f The election will be held December .has been enjoying the UM activity on .these crwp fall, ** circle meets the firstThurxtay
    '. Nominee mar also beautiful aetumn days h..... cs.,.. of the month It OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTI!.. 8 P.M.

    made from the floor.: on the lake with her mother, Paul and G. Strandbers; war. p>ja prjrMM| unUl this
    1 Mrs If. T flimth.' Ova also
    It. decided to have an and young mom Gregory vtelt-
    afternoon Cnrtotma party1 for a vtast were Mrs. Smith's ed frith Paul's mother, Mrs. C & C MOTORS

    ; program with exchange of gift "1'1"and' bU wife. Mr. Jo Sran>IWTg thto f>. STATE BANK
    KEYSTONE not lo cost more than II, The and Mra. Keith CbM/ r. *f end. Aaa, recent guests of Mrmatranfberr's Insurance Agency AUTO SUPER MARKET
    following committee wa Alabama. Mrs. SmMIl .. thinking were Mr. and,I

    Member f F.D. .c. Keystone Heights Fla. named for this. event: Mr of reterning to her farm I Mrs, Hants Van z.nt, of Way General Insurance tf WE HAVEN'T G41 If WE'lt GEi 11

    -You Friendly) Bank In Your Friendly Ralph Griffin chairman; Mr* ta Georgia ads we most oo all ever, Oa. They earn to Irma BANK IMAN''tM<,
    I WlUiam' Beam. Sr. Mrs. Jack .......... to out- Co am unit jr. Haberstroh. Mr*. Bert ChrUUcfltrf. we _lit surely hate to km*''I beomrng r..s.nt.. he'. Woe ACTOmntim Highway IOO Keraton* Height*. Flu.

    Mr. Esther Krueger, euro a good wigttbor. II1s.4 always to have (vawcomCettttnuod K.y.tone tWgM. 47A-47M I'hon 173- &936e

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    I visited Sunday read articles of this nature in I
    illness She wishes to thank tha female' counterpart of "Art' erson went over for two more tie hospital and reported doIng afternoon. Gainesville Mrs. comparison to those '
    her friends and neighbors who Linkletter." Later in the how, touchdowns\ 4th quarter. fine. Mr. and Mra. Phlll Euniceof with her parents Mr. and. dealing with articln

    KEYSTONE visited her and sent cards and I' hope to prevoko a few MELROSEFrom This was Hawthorne's Homecoming We were sorry to learn \that Mlcanopy were visiting Mr. H. M. Wasdln. Evattof higher taxes "hlgher14'a/ "

    HILITESFrom Flowers, and elates. that she nighs In n take off of "Mmnb -- game. Displayed at I Julian Dixon had an accidentat and (Mrs. J. H. Eunice Satur Mr. and Mrs. Wayne visiting Mr. of public money for free spendJnt bmt 1

    will be up and around very io Pearl." Daughter Joan will halftime was Crowning of Cecil Field NAS last Wednesday day. Miami were few circuses for the
    shortly. ,be a partner<< to young Arnold ( preceding rage/ ) their Homecoming Queen her His pickup truck was Mra. James L. Waters accompanied and Mrs. Ed Parrlsh a and populace"One

    twirling batons. demolished and he received by her mother, Mrs. days laM week. never knows MrOronkhlte's J
    Proceeding Pag eJ l THANK YOU Reed In a "surfer" dance num- Bazaar will be Tuesday. November court, and fire and "
    [ Mr and Ms. M. L. Beasley ''ber All In all, the show inlanned 16th. several stitches in his head. Buford Hlgginbotham of Max- Mrs. Anna Clayton articles could ev n

    bl'rn planned for all Junior wish to thank the many per > around variety so The White Elcphnnt hai We wlPh him a speedy recovey. villa. attended Homecoming at daughters of Starke were visit-! provide the one spark) to ignite
    l stu- Everett Manning i la still on Beuiah Church Sun Ins Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Orlfflson us to move aheart: with suck :(
    it?lid! senior I high school\ sons who extended:! kindnesses come: on and help mako It a moved Into new qujrler Area Baptist .
    duii., of f t the Parish on Satur- to them during his hospitalization omplote BiiccnHS. Ford's former grocrjr; soc!! : Keystone the critical list and 1 is pretty day. Sunday peed that it would be Impo

    diiN. I Hum J () 7:30() to 10:30: i p. min and convalescence following Mr. and Mr Owen nrynnl They will be cprnel frulIl; \ Church'Service. I lll. May the Lord richly Bless: Mrs. Kate Starling was sible for the postman to catch 1 1us
    Hall In ..vyvyTyyyyvvyyvvy., days in: Jack and deliver anymore of '
    st. Edward's Parl&h an automobile accident have become permanent residents ness by November 26. him. visiting a few "

    Btuiice All Junior and senior last month. of the Indian Beach area. Saturday 9 a. m. t-> noon the Birth AnnouncementMr. sonville last week with Mr those new Federal:! Help Pro. ;
    students are encouraged and Mrs. Wayne Ellis of Mrs. Ernest Ortagus and grain announcements. ::
    liluh school They own the new homo on MYF will have a. Baki: Sal-. GRAHAM and
    to attend and invite the corner across from Revel's Pick up your cake an-i pie* at Baptht Jacksonville announce thblith Mr and Mrs. Earl Starling. Thanks for listening Ont :

    thcii friend..!!. Refreshmentswill INDIAN BEACH F'llth Cnmp. "Undo Owen" and,) the Pant Office and Fo-rd'i First Baptist ncv J. D of their first son on I I will be looking forward t to

    be served. "Aunt Bea" visited with UH Laundramat. Th] p.ir'l. l Ic towen. pnMcr: HMph Cope Nov. 14 in St. Vincent's Hos- MM. Catherine Dyirt more articles by Phil Cronk-

    A Day of Recollection for one evening recently to Inform to raise money far a Srhilar nd, organist. pltal. The young man weighed Phone 485-2SHI hlte. ',(

    Junior and, senior high school us of this fact. I grew up ship Fund to aid:: ttsrth.v' youthof Worship!) services : Sunday 9 lb. 4 ounces. Mrs. Ellis] Is the 46446644&&A6A6& Sincerely .f

    students will take place In st. (From' Precceding Page) across tho street from thH.. the Mcthodi't! Cluir-M.! : In 'I a. m, 7:30: p. m. (tnurswjw granddaughter of Mrs.! Lena &&& Don E. Champion

    Edward's! Church. Starke on era. good family in Waldo and it college/ education. >nl. Wednesday 7:30: p. m Llosley of Longbroinch. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Davisof t,

    Friday. Nov. 26. The pronram Speaking of hunting-.before will mircly be nice to have Boy Scout Trop 101:) f"nhY' Sunday School<< 8:45: a. nil Bootsie Cannon of Maxvllle: Is Perry. 0*.. Mrs. Betty Ann Don. E. Champion

    will consist of two special l lee- the neasoii opened Roy Grlffln them for neighbors again. PIt a hiking trip last Satur: ''Iv. nursery open)J. Training Union the proud grandfather. Con Boals and Terry and Miss P. O. Box..177Starke.

    tuies given by a visiting took time to go finning "justone They had l as their Sunday They worked on, rrn'-lr' '!:Tirnts 8:30: p. m. tnursery open) gratulations. Diane Roberts visited Mr and Nov. 13. 1965! Fla. .t',

    pi lest, opportunity for confession more time" and came In pnefltu their son-ln-l.iw and, for advancement In r'lnS: Joe Jennings of Green Cov Mrs. Berry Dyal recentlv Editor Telegraph: [The Telegraph wee happy
    and Mass A light lunch Frank ', -CatholicSt. Springs and a Green Cov I Mr. and Mrs. J D. McKln- While reading your newspaper -
    with a ,beauty.. --an 11 pound daughter, Mr. and MTU. Plans were fcr an ove nl hf Williams FT Thoma to publish MR: CronkhlMs
    will be served In the hall hails! Roy was also the instigator -.agrasMe and daughters of camp-out but was called:! offbecause in-charge; MrS Springs doctor and Pete Brint-I nay and Charles Klhit ol dunn the part) few articles as long as they were :
    :.Celly: priest '
    I of Jacksonville went h.unUing Mike had feeling that
    son Gainesville. Miand Mrs. weeksI a
    afterwards. bid wewthtr.. Present
    of We. too.
    of a hunting expedition Gainesville : llt.Ma."IIC1l available to us. found
    The ladies of St. William'sParish ffi.: A. Lamm ornl Saturday in the Clay Hit)I Wilson and children of San- something was missing. lit
    as the new season opened last So for this week-like from on the hike was Eddie : Sunday !9:15: a. irt I I them thought-provoking and
    Holy Communion area with' Jack. Jlmmle and Louise Hogan back I realized: thai
    will recche ford. and Mrs. checking
    the hunl hunting "widow" another Rothhamtwr, Lloyd Bildwln that. Mr. Cronkhlte
    Saturday: thoHe on one lions. 5 to S:30: p. m. each Sat- 1 hope mtj
    In a body this Sunday. were Roy and his sons, Glenn "Which way tlitl< he Billy Schoewmnn nirty Dum Buddy Wilkinson. and Bill Underwood: of Hampton the marketing information "take his pen in hand" again;
    asked to rrcunv th- jrday. Buddy Wilkinson saw a bit Lake visited Mr. and Mrs articles by Phil Cronkhltt
    Tl'i y lire and Allen; Jack Miller nn fr nt r(>'wh! which will be i''"
    vert for Ih''m. Lewis brothers Buddy and Marvin Minton arid cary Me his house one night laat week. Monday, Mr. and Mrs. McKinney Mr. Cronkhltc'a articles reflected

    Sunday Ma ; 1 is: n )'A' lic'd: I nl the of Starke. They tilt Clure. -fnterdemonlnatlonalOonuniinity If anyone has a bear dolt, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. B. sincere thought ani! 'I

    9:15: am. in fit Will!:>m\ Tommy right well, for the combined NEWS NOTESFrom Mrs. Jackie J'rrow-mlth! attended I Church D- come out and find him, and MoKlrmey In Sampson City. pointed ways to improve the TI1B: RIOHT POINT far the

    Th Key>Lon !Men's; Piiv-r they got one deer, three turkeys Troop 109 thIs Thursday -; A. C. Hutt. minister: MrS kill the creature. Mr. and Mrs. Wince Biowti' harvesting and marketing ofour war ran ,",,&.. Come hi sad

    Oroup l-cllovihli.p) will m0'' and seven squirrels. So on their regular meeting George Canova, organist are the proud parents of a farmer's products: : pluS .relect Far fatrorlt ESTER-: !

    this evening( I IThurw.'ayl. I at not bad 1 would say! ( Proceeding Page) night Plans were made for a Sunday School: 9:30: a. III 'VVVVyyyyyyy'VY7yyyvy baby boy who arrived Nov. 19 being Informative and thought I BROOK fonnfcJn pc.. TEUCTrtecraph -

    7:30: at the home of Rsv.! A. N Another avid hunter on our Ethel Weyman. Mrs. trip Into the woods. This was Morning Worship. 11 a. iflINuraerr in Alaohua General Hosoltal provoking. .
    and Mrs. __ _
    Rather. All mm t In the community shoreline Karl Voyle- was up] Axel Malmsren. program between Melrose and Palatka ( open both hours.. LAWTEYBy Mra. Mattle Davis and Mrs t Personally, I much prefer to_ I
    invltod to atlen"thl'l
    ore around Live Oak to quail hum chairman will be assisted by this! Saturday to check on onalTat. Zelda Rhoden. with John }
    Interdenominational meet- -Epl
    surccssfu some birds in, this area. Boys Enia D*.. Cobb of OalnesYlUe. were shopping -
    In'" and. reports a very Mrs. J. 0, Hanen. : Anne's n*v. W. W nrbard !
    I aunt and not prr.Hent. missed an interesting in Gainesville' Friday
    ; ; trip Airs. Voyles's date U November Wars tall vicar R O. Copo
    nutK: 'N IIIKIU: The (ame-pnity dLwrlptlon of a mo t Serving Florida \
    N. liar- thee
    Mr. and Mrs. Z. afternoon. Saturday!:!
    Mrs. Cora Marehburn viilb- uncle. 30. and the members land. organist. ,&&44.444 44444446444.
    and daugh exciting experience Mattie Sowellswho Since 1950
    visited Mrs.
    ami their son \
    ed her sister. Mrs. L. A. C .- vey accepted mlth. appreciation an Morning Prayer ant Ser
    Margaret Gauthier Is the The love and
    and Mrs. Larry prayers ot ss Is In Bradford
    J.II' a patient
    In Starke last weekendOn ter-ln-law. Invitation, to hold: these meetIngs mono 2nd and 4th Sundays, ;
    nova. new Librarian at the Melrose those living in the aHI ; 11
    Harvey vUlted with them recently community County Hospital and later tg .. .. 1
    Sunday afternoon accompanied : in St. Anne's parituhouse. High 9:30: a. m (nurvry open.I -'a -' -.
    The ]HnrveyH wero en School are with Mr. and M.... Louln visited Mrs. Betsy. Crew in
    by Mr. ind Mrs. T. J. '. ] Eucharist and sermon, ... ...... .-.
    Holy -
    home to Orlando lifter Mr. and Mrs Percy Bustln Redding and family In their Starke. Visiting Mrs. Davis OP --- --- ., .. .. i
    Alderman of Rumpton. they Mrs. Robert Frrell Sun- from Montgomery' Ala. spent a lilt and 3rd Sundays 9:30: A bereavement In the loss i
    the Florldll-<;eorghl; of Sunday afternoon were' Mrs
    attended a leccption honoring attending In Jacksonville! and drop shine Chairman. Is expected few days with II O "Guy"Alderman. M. (nursery open]. Chord their daughter Maxine on Lumanda Davis of Perry. Oa I Mra. Lueile Cordially l
    the 50th wedriinif anniversaryof game Medical Center I ITOalnesvlle School. 9:30 A. M. "Holy Eu.
    to enter the Mrs. Bustin is the : Saturday, Nov. 13. Miss Diane Roberts of Oalnes-1 GodwinRepresentative Mt
    their cousins Mr. and Mrt. ped by. for tests, and Wil- former Quanlta McOee Homer (,oharlst 8 a. m. each. Sunday." Church Activities rllle and Mrs. Dyal of Gra I: Welcomes

    Jesse/ Pierce held at the Pierce Of Interest to many at you liam PInon enters on Nov. 22. Hurst's sister. Evening; Prayer 7:30: P. M Grace Methodist: Church ham. 'J

    ]home near Lake Butler. tti may be the Variety Show' in Mrs Oordl Owens It recuperating Mrs. Ovid R. Gano's mother. each Sunday. EVC II:?' P. M School', 9:45: ; Worship a.m.; 1013 E. Call St. You and Tout

    which the couple have llvod Keystone Heights on Suturd- from, surgery at her Mrs. Celestla West from each Sunday. and 7:3O: p.m. Prayer Circle Basil Davis Is enjoyinga I Ph. 9 4-5321 Family to TourNew
    since their Mr. and 1 Nov. 20. It l is sponsoro hunting trip at Ocala National
    marriage. night, home on Crystal Lake. Mrs. Oainewllle! visited with the Dally offices of Morning Monday. 9 a.m. Choir practice Starke Hoot
    Mrs Pierre are both natlvof .! by the Chapter of the K.ister Julian King la still confined family for a week. and Evening Prayer 8:00: A 1 p.m. followed by MTfF at 8 Forest where. he killed a

    Union County and hare Star there and Worthy Matron to her home, and will welcome Mr and Mrs. Carl Haimlund M. and 5:00: P. M.p.abyterla" p.m. On Sunday Nov. 21 a five point der.Claude

    many friends and relatives In In our own Mrs. L.Tine B. Eisenach(F.dythe) visitors and cheer cards. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hatclunf I special Thanksgiving service Atkinson and Hall.Mrs Mrs.Debbie D Halt F. I The State of 'Florida

    thIs area. Nicholson. Mrs. COMMUNITY dirndl r Jr.. and! Mr and Mrs. A. will", ,be held In the morning
    o\ TilE ;MINI: er' daughter. Jan nan Faith Presbyterian Churcn I of Savannah Oa. are visiting It la and
    young and J. Wlt-herppoon went tf> Jacksonville and a I Our ()"l'llre'To !Make Yon Feel Welcome
    Wednesday:! was II fowv J. ", fellowship nupper at 8 Mr. and Mri Carl Jpnes! fma
    in -Rev. B. N" ale Jr., mln-
    Mrs W. 1 C.in Byron\the Naval who Hotpllal w$shofipltallMHl the been"Art asked Linkleltor"to participate children'ssegment excltina! day when!: the ChurohWomen eighth/ last birthday. week' to party attend ofTncry 1 1'I.he IMfOr: Mrs. Carl Swisher, num- pm followed. by the evening few days. Mr and Mrs. Leslie To Acquaint You With Your CHjr.
    held their second annual rvlce.
    Jones .rvJI Albert Thomas 6f
    in Jacksonville, Is ndw of the show Yours Fall Bazaar and luncheon i Jones. Miss Jorvs Is the mer ontanUtIllchard: Schnt-, First Baptist> : School If in the
    home has been asked to nerve berger, violinist. Sunday I Hampton. Mr and Mrs. Wiley you are new area a phone r-
    recuperating from htr truly granddaughter
    The Men's Prayer Group I of Mr. and 10 am.; Worship 11 am. and Langford. Mrs. WIlma Starling I I
    I Mrs. Hagglund Sr Sundav School, 9:49: .. m I call will .
    meets today (Thursday! with 7:30: p.m.; Training Union 6:3O: and Mrs. Sylvia Dundan of'' bring you a prompt rlsit
    Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons Morning Worship 11 a. m.
    Rather. The Men'sClub Midweek
    Rev. R A. services
    Wednesday Gainesville visited Mr. aDd ,
    attended\ the Florida. Baptist Sunday, {Nursery open both I I from your local hosletig. Please give
    be served ,
    The Bradford County TelegraphThe Dinner will : hours. evening Mrs Jones recently

    Monday. Nov. 22. and featured Convention at Fort Lauder- Church of God: Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. COrn! Ratliff her a call! She ha. maps and many

    speaker will be Gordon Purdy dale.Mr. School 10 a.m. Worship 11
    and Mrs. W. It. Soawood ,........y...... ...,, and children of GainesvIlle!
    I'aperVLth the Most NKWS About Melrose, I of Park-of-the Palms The Executive Jr. from a.m. and 7'3O: p.m.; YPE Wed. visited his\ parents) Mr. and free and wonderful gifts for you

    Indian Beach and l Heights. I Board of the ChurchWomen I Jacksonville are nesday 7:30.: Mrs. L. E.: Ratllff on Sundjy
    f Keystone from local buainewies.
    visiting Mr anti Mrs. Ralph
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    \, i will meet Monday Mathews. CLAY HILL Highland Baptist: Sunday Mrs. A. T. Andrews of _
    Nov. 22. at 0:30: a. m. ant Mrs Scawood'sfather I School', 9-45: ; Worship 11 a.hi.

    NOW ON SALE I Mothers are reminded: to enroll W. II. Mann.. By 1\11'8. Howard. FadnU and 7 p.m.; Choir Practk-e
    Mr and Mrs. Clarence Hold-
    I their small children In : Saturday, 7 p.m.

    I Miss Jane neyno :!.'I' Bible en spent a weekend at Orlando Phone 289-4132. : Personals'
    at the Robert Meyer Hotel,
    I Class which meets each Thursday Ralph Futch of Black Mountain
    attending the Jr. 44444444&44444&
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    IN: 1\1 MKI.KO: afternoon from 3 to 4 o' ference. & 4. N. C. was visiting Mrs. I
    clock In the Sunday, School There will bo the last work- Joyce Futch Wednesday of hut
    I room. Last week Larry Price grit ing on the new church buildIng ., week.

    Or For Home Delivery Thankstrlvlnd. 81-1'vices ol Guest himself hunting a four-point Larry t Buck : Sit unlay If anyone\ In.V Mr. and Mrs.' George W. I

    the Community Church will beheld tereHted, come brinK a paintbrush Tribe have returned front their
    Mr. nd Mrs
    Call Billy Jo Chance a Norman Wood
    I Sunday Nov. 21, at the from Dayton or a tool to work with. summer home in Canada to
    Ohio. In route to
    475-5191 morning worship hour Next Tho ladle of the church will spend the winter here. We are
    Mopped' over a while
    year when the new sinctuarv for a visit: with Mr and Mrs. rurnlMh dinner for the crowd.V always pleased to have them

    For Subscriptions fly Mail. Contact Is complete union services. will R M Canon. Sunday School attendance return.

    Mrs.\ Rally Kothhummer, Melrose <'orrt-Mp ,n but
    scent! lat Tuesday with maybe the flu and coldwill Warren R.: Boat\\ right who

    her mother. !Mm\ R. MMri CllIIdtt. \ leave before ChrUtiuaa. has been a patient In the Lake
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    Swectland from Rochester Rev. and Mrs. James Saur.- City VA Hospital I is" ImprovIng *; f

    :' N1 Y Is spending n f Swdays dora and family visited the and we hope he can soon (r: _

    : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELRQSE with Mm' Ciixon too. tltMilah Unptl Church in ron- be at home again.. _

    Mr and Mrs. Clarence Samson nay. "Farms Sumbty after mn Mrs. Mae Wells' attended' a '
    service, for dinner and S S ,
    fl'Ol1Mount Dora vIMtlni/ reportml "League: of Poatmaslers" meetIng .

    Keystone HclxhtH\ were guests that/ they had a wonderful in Palatka Sund.IY. Ml isRnza 't '.'' ...
    i. of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen singing after dinner. : Blanchard was her guest: _

    last week \ve have changed the time for the day,, .

    f Clyide Rnthhnmmer and! Rkldle of services: Sunday School 10 Mra.. Neil Phillips and 1 Kenny vII '
    : APPLIANCES AUTO RKPAIIt; NlfltSKItY; KolhhammiMenjoyed a a.m. Morning Worship. 1 II 1 a. of Gainesville were Saturday -: ,
    I I fishing\ / 1.1'1to. Cedar Key lust m. Training Union 8 p.m. 'luncheon guests of her

    O.C.Carnes Saturday I"venltwith their Night nervier, 7 p.m. Wednos' grandmother, Mrs. Mao\. WHIs. -; '

    T V Service Centeri. Goetzman Bros. Nursery IInl'1,., Chester Wesley of day" night& prayer meeting at 1 HlW'tv 1 1O(>. hlorahnmn .23 7. --
    OalncHvtllo Their urnndpnrents garner the first 4L .
    spent %
    GarageRKPAIIt Miles SK of 5>tnrk. part of .
    B. TlflK.H'; ProprietorAithorired Nursery Stnc'k; ThouaanilK Mr and Mrs. C R. Wesley 'Ve are sorry tnal our 1'*' '-'- the week visiting In Miami. ... .

    of accompanIed, th..m.Tho tor'H cousin was shot while out Mrs. Vera t
    : WORK: riiinit ft "I'Vurt Brooking of Columbus :
    Motorola' Phllco Trees to alumna, fmm. Nice !Mrlrmp\ Mustang lost hunting. Our deep sympathy Ga. Is visiting her .

    Silica and Service MOTOR HODY PAtNTIN' Hhnrte Tre, KvergrennaAc : to I ti\\tliornc1, Hornets 31-24 goes to the family She wall i son-in-law and daughter. Sir. j

    S"rIe' On All! M.tkr PrmTABIK(: WKL.ni< NO rlln"IIC'4IPO, Plants All In Tills pushed Mustangs from buried In the Long Branch i and Mrs.. Thomas V. Duck, and :
    rnnt.ilnoi'N, pl.int' any. lecond plnr to third place In Cemetery; In the Redding lot ,
    TV R 'II l<) NTKKF.O: : /Mao f..twn IMowrrn-Oultxinril" time. CiimpHl.it! A tho Rlvei haul family
    n.nlcin.Ixt ConfereivreHiDiison Mrs. Mary Carter of Midrtlebiirg Mr. ,lutef'rK.: Bill Woodardof . ,.:,r : 't..,
    ( TV .
    (01.011 Motor halfa
    ( \iit do your hniilm-apirifj. l irart.H in first place vlnited bar brother-in- Cluarwater Is .' '." .
    were .
    Work 018.n1nl,0I"TV/ Rentals Hwy 21 Keystone HclfihU! I'll fll4lMIIN( ( I.h'.. iindONEhAil' and Cedar Key in second law and sinter, (Mr and Mrs.Robert visitors of :Mrs.. W. E. B<.. .f. .... .

    Keystone Height. 473-4851 Next to Drive-In Theatre Tou h break boy, but watch Carter Thurmlny.Mr. right and children. : q .
    ) : MILK out Cedar Key'! We'll be- looking .
    riiimn 473-SIOI and Mrs. Rudolph Padgett
    Nit, A- Run 47.1-.1183: : OFF' IIKillWAY :501)1 at you next week with fire and daughter of norton Mr. and Mra.\. Luther Hi!. loaf : (.

    Dryer Special l5); !) ,Acres: three-fourths In our eyes'! Inlet visited Mr. anti Mrs. Ill- hard and children visited Mra.HUlUrd's :

    cleared" ; 5-room house: out Cliff Kirk made the firsttouchdown rem/ Padgett Sunday afternoon .: brother-in-law. and \
    AUTO SERVICEHENDERSON'S sister Mr. and M... J. A. Ogllvio. Yo!!. if ynu'ro mighty, mighty hungry And !
    buildinKs.!' Some repair for Melrose In the .
    4 Cycles only $129
    In Jacksonville Sunday. better .,
    needed." (I'1)1| first three minutes of the three other times whim lift 1l1I lot
    (CW.T.) farming; and Mr. and Mra. Leo' Slnnlrs Mr. and M... William Patrick are a Jo !

    entile:. land. I.17.51): ') IKT acre. camp Billy Roherson! scored anti Paul" Carter of Green. Cove and children were visiting hotter than all.
    : NIJW': & tISKII: ; ) TV for Melitwe on tho second !PinyIn Springs VIsited Mr and.' Mrs. Mra. Patrick's father nothing at
    Service Center third qiuntcr Dllly Rob- Bryant

    AND) APPLIANCESVllh Stiinilnnl, Oil Products S.E.McKay, Realtor night.Robert Crtel''oooelldl1Y! I her Carter brother-in-law, of Doctors and Intel Jlllltf'r.I and. than Not so in hanking. Why sotllo for loss? Why

    (\ t4erilrc) KKYSTONM HKrOIITaPhona .
    ROAI> !HRKVK'K:' : 473-481(1( Mr, and Mrs. Howard Pad Mr. and M.... M. S. Wlllianwon run all over town to transact your financial

    Johnson! OntbnArdSitlei gett and font vtaiterl. Mra. and In
    Wheeler Discount I family .Mlddletourg' last
    A Service business! when can do j it all in place
    UKSTAIIKANTSBeidler's\;:\ radgett'a brother and sister- Sunday.Mr. none? you .one.
    APPMANCH STORE rinhlnir' Tackle' Hunting
    l Fquilpuiient..floatsTraIIersF'TJEL: | in-law Mr. and Mra Clarrnc I and Mrs. Vernon Richards your DANK Ira the only financial

    V highway 21 Between OIL- ..KKJ OSENK Holiday Moaley[ and family In Jacksonville of Green. Cove, Sprtng

    Melrose and Keystone Intersection Hwy 2I-10O Restaurant 1 Saturday afternoon. took car of Desert I.J.. Motel institution where you get COMPLETE scmco..

    I'M. M.-lrm.., 473-2101: () Keystone Heltrhta 47.1-4!>O7MKAITTY ::\fr, and Mrs. Hilly rad .tt whll the Bumgarnors .
    I I w r Yr*. checking accounts savings accounts '1
    I'mlrr.' N.0\\..i rslilp of Jacksonville visited M.... 1

    ill, I'MtlDKHttn : I Rental. Padgetfa grandmother, Mrs. sway Mr. and ;Mrs. t.->nil. Smith with piaranfprd: Interest! And all lypo'--nfloans. .
    : Food :Moderately' rric !< .
    ; OFFICE SUPPLIKS; SHOP OPKN': 7 I>AYSVTBKIT: I I Alice (Mosley'<< recently.' and daughter of Marietta spent So don't !sHlln for half when you can

    > ... tiill ..11I..wr.. f.uni.hiN. j Mr. and Mm. Horace White. Saturday with Mr. And Sirs.E. .
    SUPERIORBUTEE Ala (',. _llnllitn$ t'n.st.erfrng head and family of MaivUle, J. Raulenmn. and family.Mr. havn tho whole loaf! fly tlin way.' wn don't cwilt

    ;i PRINTING :- ; I'U'it rio. till! :.Mlilnlle ; and Mr. "nd Mra Anti Crews and Mrs. O J. Hoyrtte '.
    SHOP Ii I'':Elf: I $1 Per Day and lIOn of Baldwin\ visited Mr. and children: wrro weekend broad but wn will financn: )our bakery.

    OFFSET THB FIUENULY SHOP 1 Block North of Red Light AM. NEW: rORTABLKS and Mrs. Hardy Padgett Sunday visitors of 1\.1.\. ... Ed!: Durtan.
    KEYSTONE HRIOHTSITSKI : I afternoon. Mr. and Mra. Paul Dlnkina

    .% Oprn fmm 9 Till 5 EmersonDahmer's Mr and l\.m.\ RaymondPadgett Jr. of St. Augastlne spent ,
    1' Hlx I Dajra aeok > CARS and family of Jacksonville. Sunday with their ,
    Bradford County; reprUveparent "Over 400 b. nks in Ffand behind ,vt, and OIl'conmunjty'FLORIDA (
    After 0 By Appointment Only Hanks Used Carsand3.TShop visited Mr. and Mrs. \ .. Mr. and M... P. 1... .

    TelegraphStarke Elmer Carter Sunday. Dlnkins, and Mr and Hra. BANKERS ASSOCIATION
    I Nettle Btttnhtoerry. Owner Mrs. Betty Oaytord and I Carl Carter.

    Dot MeM: ichaei, Operator Ruy Sell Trade 112 children of 01"f'ftCuY\' :Mrs. Fhnory -...... and Mra. III
    F.. ('nUI'h. 9CJM771
    Shop Phon. 473." 10 I
    'Ph. 961-3101 IToina Ph>m., 47J-3OCS: Illway loo, !S nu. Souuiof I Springs visited !Mr. and 1'r1L I J. H. Kualco acre vis.tng roiauvu -
    Stark -. Elmer Carter Saturday nIght inI W"vUl. Thtr.J.&y

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    your luck with coleus or chrysanthemums -i I SENIOR CITIZEN Cotou. all of Keystone Heights. after a long vacation In New

    I I Isj These plants are Veterans Day was observedby Jersey and Canada.Entertainment .
    RECREATION NEWS Let's GoGardening a neophyte's friend. They will I NEWSA one minute of silence in includes

    root even, with over-coddling. memory of our men who died games, songs, and. movies of
    : The Answer If you! want to get Into the Nominating Committee of In the service of their country.In the Halloween party followedby
    of five members was selected, to
    mass production cuttings
    preparation for third
    I our refreshments.
    By to sustain a drive against the then! beg a wooden box from seek candidates for office of
    I Results of Games Played usually tough Discount de anniversary dinner celebration The next meeting will be
    tho hardware store., If there Is president, vice president to be held Jan. 11 Alex
    Mor held Tuesday Nov. 23. In
    Rev. Charles Harvey Saturday night, November 13: fense. After a drive of 40 treasurer the
    select box about 36 and secretary of the
    a choice a
    / Holiday:! Inn 12, Lawtey 0. yards. Johnny Brabham scores;! By Ilervey Sharpe, Editor Senior ton and Rose Halsall were Recreation Center at 7:30: p
    Inches. Citizens Club, to be I
    Pastor First Baptist "hurch" : A Holiday Inn moved Into 3rd the TD from 2 yds. out and Agricultural KxteuolonService: X 38 x 12 I elected elevated:! to make the necessary m.
    r Next nail T-iur legs to the on !Nov 23 for the year arrangements. and reportto
    place In the Bantam Football Southern found Itself behind -Joe Kerrigan.
    Lnwtey, Fla. box so 'that it will become a 1966. Members of the committee the membership.It .
    League by defeating Lawtey for the first time of the season
    are Gene
    I 12-0. Holiday did all their In the 2nd quarter Dale Johns Propagation by tip cuttings waist-high no-stoop unit 3-1 Bishop chair- was good to see Mr. and:
    Many precious words are recorded Ever Be With The Lad scoring in the first half with broke loose for 36 yards and la ideal for those with more feet square: and a foot comb.man; Mr and Mrs. B. Slo- Mrs. H. C. Drlscoll back home Plastic Notebook 12.50: at theTEI.Er.RAPH
    Mrs. Elva
    Placet the unit in seml-sha Scott and R. ,
    that were spoken by Wherefore Comfort One Another Johnny Powell scoring both the tying touchdown. Johns time than money. I
    and fill with few inches of
    our wonderful and precious I With These Words." I touchdowns. In the first quar- added the extra point and Even homeowners without a a

    Saviour and Lord, such as "I,Thes. 41: 16-18. ter Powell raced 45 yds. for the Southern went in front 7-8. money-hungry mortgage will gravel topped with about 4-

    00 To Prepare A Place For Yes a Christian will find score and in the 2nd period he With only seconds remain find the art of growing rootson inches: of damp sand or peat.

    You. And If I do And PrepareA comfort In the blessed assurance ran 23 yards and the final ing In the first half. Dean. ornamental twigs an Inter Next, buy a mist head that ..

    Place For You I Will Come of the second: coming of score of the evening. Lawtey Johns passed to Randall: MCGee : esting hobby. can be attached to a water

    Again And Receive You Unto the Lord. Without His promise moved, into Holiday Inn territory for the go-ahead touch- Allowing nature to grow hose. Set this constant watering ,\\0 td'lt'
    I Myself; That Where I Am of His second coming: being only to be held there bya down. Rlckle Frick convertedthe roots ,on tips of plants requiresthe device in the center of the
    There Ye May Be Also." John fulfilled the Scriptures would determined defense. This point after and Conner simplest! of facilities. This propagating box and you are 4'

    14: 1, 2. Great: men of the have i\o real meaning for seemed to be the turning point was on its way to the upset! as ranges from a plastic bag containing ready for rooting cuttings.
    past as well as those of the in His second coming is the: of the game and the Innkeepers they lead 13-7 at half time. a handful of damp There are scores of plants

    present day have received victory over death and the went on to notoh their 2nd The second half was a defensive sphagum moss to a cast-off that will root by cuttings.
    comfort from the doc- wooden box containing a two- These Include azaleas, holly,
    much grave as well as the uniting victory of the season. stand-off with Conner
    trine of the second coming of with our loved ones who have Conner Insurance 13. South- controlling the ball most of inch layer of gravel topped off hibiscus cuphea. crotons and

    Christ Jesus our Lord. To me died In CHRIST. For we also ern Discount 7. the time. Conner had two with a four-inch layer of sandor crepe myrtle.The

    the second coming of Christ Is read "For If We Believe Tha> Conner Insurance pulled an touchdowns nullified becauseof a mixture of peat and sand. 'best time to make cuttings

    the perpetual light on the path Jesus Died And Rose Again/ upset by knocking off the penalties. TO gain confidence: In the is in early morning -

    which makes the present Even So Them Which Also front-running Southern Discount With only one game remain- rooting technique try using a I this is the time when the

    bearable. We as Christians Sleep In Jesus Will God Bring team 137. This was a ing to be played, by each team 8-quart oil can. It will makea largest amount of water is in

    should never lay our head on With Him." I Thes. 4:14. Oh very important win for Conner Southern la one game aheadof dependable propagating unit. the plant. Keep the moisture
    pillows of slumber without the Blessed ,promises for all as it keeps their hopes of being Conner. There Is a possibility Remove top and wash out in the cutting by placing
    thinking before the morning 'born again' league champs alive. This of the two teams tying any oil residue. Punch a ring them on. a moist paper or
    breaks the 'final morning' In believers crud: one game was the most excitingone for the league championship, of 6 or 8 holes in the side cloth. Another don't don't
    particular that I wish to
    may have dawned! Let us I share with reader of this of the year as the outcomewas If Conner wins and Southern halfway between the top and place cuttings in any propa- MAKING AUTO LOANS QUICKLY
    never again begin our work every in dojbt until the final Discount loses they will be bottom. Fill the can with pea gating medium until 13 minutes
    at this for
    for the day without thinking copy time we read whistle. gravel to within half an inch after they have been
    Conner received the tied-and if this situation does
    "Beloved. Now We Are The WE DOIbull !
    that, perhaps He may inter- Sons Of God. And It Doth Not opening kickoff and were able develop a championship playoff of the holes. Cover the gravel made. I IS I ABOUT THE EASIEST THING

    rupt our work and begin His Yet Appear What We Shall I will be held Tuesday. Nov. with a one-Inch layer of sph- Make cuttings from four to

    own. God's Holy Word tells us Be But we 'Know' That TTTT TTVTTTVVTHEILBRONN 23 at 8 p. m. agnum moss and even fill the six-inches long preferablywith / find auto loan here Is not only
    I with an
    In no uncertain terms hun- Schedule for Saturday. Nov. remainder of the can the cut made just below
    When 'He' Christ Shall Appear
    dreds of times over of the sec- . We Shall Be Like 20: Holiday Inn vs Southern sand. 'I the node-and leave as,,many fast and very pleasant, but also can save you
    ond coming of our Precious You have a propagating leaves as possible on the cut-
    Hun As He Is And Every Discount. 7 p. m. Lawtey vi now I
    Lord! and Saviour and as to Man That Hath This Hope In Conner 8:30.League : unit with its own water reservoir tings. Stick them in the propagating money on the over-oil cost of your next carl

    how he will come also: "For Him 'Purifleth Himself Even By Mr. A. C. Todd standings [won-lostl I according to Dr. E. W. medium only one and
    The Lord 'Himself Shall Descend Southern Discount 4-1 Con McElwee ornamental horticulturist one-half to two inches: deep
    As 'He' Christ Is Pure. And Mr. Bill Reddish Finance car here. soonl!
    From Heaven With A your
    ner Insurance, 3-2: Holiday with the Agricultural and: space so the leaves over-
    Shout, With The Voice Of The A person who does not look uauaauaaa..u.uaaa Inn 2-3; Lawtey, 1-4. Experiment Stations. lap about one-third. Firm and

    Archangel And With The with 'blessod anticipation' to TEEN TIME DANCEA He explains that the water water.
    Thought for the
    the Second Coming of the day "Help--
    Trumpet Of God: And The Teen, Time Dance will be in the and
    Ing someone else Is the secret below the side Transplant space cuttings
    Lord Jesus Christ is missing '
    Dead '[Who. Have Accepted of happiness. Saturday night from 7 to 11 can moves up from the bottom after roots one-Inch longor FLORIDABANK
    Shall Then one of the greater of all blessings -
    Christ] Rise First
    o'clock. Music by the Chess of the; can by capillary action. more have developed. Be
    But, these 'Blessed Prom Those in
    We Which Are Alive And Remain i our community in
    men. Admission SO cents. creping the sand ''and the rootIng sure to get them out of the
    Shall Be Caught Up To- ises' are only given to those! the hospital are: 'Mrs. Bill
    SLIMNASTICSThursday cuttings moist. Under nor- propagation! bed before they
    who have been born again.( Green Medical Center Gainesville
    With Them In The
    gether *
    night from 7 to 8 mal conditions this simple unit are hard looking and yellow, : AT STARKE
    Clouds To Meet The lord In Yes, Christ Is the Answerl! ; Mrs. Fred Bennett,
    o'clock a Sllmnastics Class is will noel: watering about every Be sure to mulch after transplanting -
    The Air: And So Shall We Bradford County, Starke; Mrs.
    R. L. (Morgan, Glendale Pal at- held for all women at the Recreation two> weeks. One of 31 Bnk i of the Florida National Group
    ka; Morale Carter' Jackson Center with Mrs. Adel A S-quart can will hold up I I

    NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I ville Baptist We pray for a Mitchell as Instructor Come to a score of cuttings. Member
    I speedy recovery for each. on ladles for a night of fun To Insure success with the rustic Notebook $2.50 at the Deposit Insurance Corp.

    CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYHONOR and exercise. first batch of cuttings, try TELEGRAPH.
    I Mr. and (Mrs.' Miiery! Sapp
    spent Tuesday In Jacksonville

    with their son and daughter-
    ROLL Myers, Valara. Jenkins Brenda in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
    The following RJE students: Kind. Sapp.
    I I1MI'll.
    were on the Honor Roll for the 12th Grade: Coy Jackson,
    ( Ellen Kite is a guest 1
    first six weeks period. and Zephaniah Lane. I
    In the home of Mr and Mrs. I
    7th Grade: Willie Davis Students on the ,principal'slist
    D. L. Kite. I i TURKOLOGY
    Barbara Hudson Mary Bass are Alice Turner and An- CONTEST
    Legertha Griffin Edward thony DeSUe.ENGAGED Mr. and Mr. Freeman Crosby -'I I,
    Hankerson..deraldlne Dean. spent Thursday In Live Oak

    M 8th. Grade: Carolyn Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tyson with her brother and alster-in- I

    Mary lane Ronald Strong,,, announce the engagement of law (Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Carmichael I

    Daisy Coleman Shirley Mc- their daughter Mary Bell to and family.

    Dougald. and Joseph Alston. I Charles Walker, son of Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. Bobby Crews

    9th Gade: Mazella Durham" Mrs. Martin. Walker of Jackson and children have returned
    Juanlta Griffin Gloria Hutch- Tenn The bride-elect is home after spending several Win A Turkey For

    Imeon, Donnle Jackson. a graduate of RJE High days with their parents. They Thanksgiving

    10th Grade: Nellie Davis, School and at present Is a stu were called home because of

    Catherine Johnson. Clara' dent at Cape Kennedy Collegeof the Illness of (Mrs. Crews' mother I

    Hamilton, Mary Ann Searcy,'I Business and Technology in Mrs. Bill Green. II

    Audrey Griffin. Zeader Britt, Cocoa. Mr Walker Is a graduate We extend our deepest sympathy
    Linda Dinklns, Hattie Mae, of Merry High School and to Mr and Mrs. Louln I

    Terry and: .James Small of Lane College. Jackson, H. Redding and family in their I
    11th Grade: Larry Brown,,,I Tenn. He is now employed at recent sorrow I
    Sylvester ;Franklin Carolyn the Cape Kennedy Space Cen
    Mrs. R. M. Markman had as '
    ter. her guest over the weekend
    'j CHURCH NEWS Mrs E. Dobson of Tampa. : / 1 1
    Pleasant Grove Methodist Read The Rules '
    How To Win
    j Church Rev. B. F. J. Williams Birthday parties were Invented ,
    pastor Church School, 10 a, for little girls I suspect (

    D W A'JTO SUPPIV INC m. The newly elected staff of to them every starched _
    UllDERS HARDWARE AND SUPPLY teachers( are\ asking all parents II petticoat 'and ribboned ponytail Any reader of The Telegraph Is eligible Each: apace below represent com

    I to send their children to Sunday every lighted candle, ev
    !I School. Morning service, ery giggled secret and every to enter this contest and the first!!! r. prominent business firm or person of

    I 11 a. m. Evening service 7 p. swirl of pink frosting la a
    two the correct
    | m. with Rev. B. F. J, Williams I glorious and exciting part of persons submitting or this city. Take the scrambled Utters

    'I I 1J; 'Ir in ed.charge. The public is invit that birthday festive party. This occasionthe holds true I nearest correct: answer will be awarded and arrange, them to spellthe arm'sturkeys

    -. !i | NOTICE! The rally will terminate of Norman two little and girl Miss Miss MargaretAnn Vickie I for Thanksgiving. The first name correctly.: Winners will be notified .

    on the fourth Sunday, '
    | Norman I two correct answers in our hands! will
    Nov. 28. All members are ask- "as they were by mail and turkeys will be presented

    I ed to cooperate. There will bean honored Saturday by their mo- be the winners...
    .. Monday Nor. 21.
    r entertainment Friday thers Harold Normanand ,

    f night sponsored by the Sunday Airs, ED. L. Norman witha

    I School department at the party at each home. As the

    old Water Oak School in I Ij I II little guests arrived with laughter v'\

    j Pleasant Grove. All friends are I and holding bright colored I)

    I asked to come out and enjoy : packages they were greeted .
    an evening of fun and by the young hostess. After e
    I) .
    ter.-Joan Tyson lauRh-I' fun and gaiety' they gathered : ,
    .does g. 'ger"Not Greater Allen Chapel AME around the table covered with rk .

    Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson 1lace table cloth centered k' :
    left Wednesday for Annual with a beautiful ,birthday cake. I f:

    Until You.f.'et( : Conference in St. Auiniatine. As they left the party favors

    The Luan Paneling Sunday School 10 a. m. with were given to remember the Two Turkeys Given
    'FromBuilders Supt. Fannie Bell Delestre in happy afternoon together Away

    charge. There will not be any All we approach another

    Hardware more services for the day. Thanksgiving let us pause dur. I
    Leaders. are asked to contact Ing the busy. days ahead and
    Supply the members for obligations. thank God for every blessing

    DELL CHAPTER 168 which has been ours duringthe

    $4.95 Dell Chapter 168. OES will year letIS remember arrJesmyupsf soateneoelssglau raitclhhkltw.ecnicloveu

    meet Tuesday night, Nov 18, "This Is the day which the
    at the Masonic Hall
    on Lord hath made, let us be glad"
    Brownie St. 8 o'clock. All
    DawAUTO l Pl IN at ( and rejoice therein."
    j members are asked to be present -
    and on time.

    964 4441 Antioch Baptist! Church: morgUerstaeowirt eeaatiflhortrd
    GUILD a NA ND UPP The annual Men's-Day celebration effort was U 13. Plans are e&amdeamygetdkorcwaerrtsr
    made to start the
    was a great success Pastor new church
    301 E CAHrr Thomas and all officers In January

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    all who help to make the services Terrell will regret to know of ]

    a success. The financial her Illness. We are hoping fora ijeralywiewlshn atooiddsdsvdsnac'seseurlea haseey asaua' ofosmefefnndrriktaeuauktrr

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    a native of Starke, died in

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