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: October 1, 1964
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:03654
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Julian C. Yonge

U. of Fla. L1br'iry :qL'1.to"l.:"

I Gainesville Fla. IURAHT OF FLORIDA U..Tt". (.

Single; Our 85fi Year !


I Official County Publication Established In 1879

STARKE. fl... THllRSn\V .
0( .. 1. 1964
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Man Sentenced r Here Tomorrow ; .

I To Two For Fairgrounds

For Break-in BHSTo Meet 10; '"-. ,- tl"' .,". ..' -

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Robert Rhlner. a former .- 4., ..'. m, erg e 111.l/ .

employee' of William T. Jack Tough Jackets 1.-' .: r
aon s Building Material and L1Y 0'u
Machinery Supply. mas sentenced ?

to two year In state "Our defense will ,- -- ..,,-,- Center Probe
prison Monday In Circuit: to improve. Head Coach w I :

Court for breaking and entering David Hurse says if Bradford High's Big Red team i is L '

with Intent to commit to beat St. Augustine tomorrow night on the Brad 7. i'k _i _: .. 4

a misdemeanor.Rhlner ford Field. ._J_ I Tho of
possibility obtaining
an Kmorgency
was alao sentenced' The Tornadoes have two last year when they fumbled: I Opt'rntlunl4 -
IVntor a* mi addition to the Hriulford
last week to five years In prla-. wins under their belt already deep In Bradford territoryand County
on on armed robbery charges this season but the Yellow gave up the lone score Fair complex was di ,'ulll4t',1 at a nuvtinjr of the Fair Heads

from Union County. AccordIng Jackets will be by far the beat The Jackets will again be : Association! executive! e'ummlttt't! with Civil [Defence) !Sparks

to Deputy Sheriff Robert team they will have faced bigger than the Tornadoes officials: Thursday. nlirht. ,
Oreen. Rhlner broke Into J. this season. The Jacket this with a forewrall which will be Curl. Robert, Hrndford" ;': in agreement. beiorw such .nbuilding
E. Hardy's Auto 8ale! .on season sport a 1-1 record led by 210 pound tackle and County director.' of Civil I.... could' DM undertakenI ,' Bradford Demo

North Temple Avenue and having been edged 14-13 by captain Jim Pas tore who Is 1r. ....,',40'. .W i.. ; 'ii" :.\ fence' told the group" that, i Thmw would( b* 'the Unidfonl" ;
II Stole a .22 caliber rifle. Lake City In their opener and their- beat lineman." Leadingthe !., ""i'" "....... Federal, matching fund are County Fair AiwiM-lntlon. Civil\I

He then stole a truck own then corning on last week to Jacket backs will be rlaht \ '. .1. available for an K:,K7 bulMlng I,! ifens., ami I the Stute Fair Exec. Committee
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ed by: .William T. Jackson. hl; sUns., Deland 26-4. half Bob Bergman, a 170 ; . ,, .rd.4 ThE If constructed* to CD spedA- Cninnilttea, which aliH'atwitat .. '
:former' bos*. and drove it almost .. One observer who saw the pound senior who Is one of I LrL.- 1 .cations The Federal. government fiind. 'I
to Lake Butler before Jackets take on Lake City the best the Tornadoes will i' -n-. will match stAtS and local I The 'tint' iitep, will he to poll 3 n. Sparks wo named
the battery went dead and It _let the Tigers won the game '1 fare this season. He Is backedup :" funds itollitr fur dollar.I to. to .ce. It they will agree Chairman of the. 1914 Democratic I

would not sUrt. Wither then by one point but that St. by fullback Dennis Shore 'r t I Roberts( said members of 'the tt* cum! ml t- Campaign Commute
walked Into Lake Butler carrying Augustine! may have the bet- a hard hitting runner I i -Y' I Hradfonl County was recently to chnngM' In tit. |m>|MMitd improvement i"t a meeting of the Bradford

the rifle and talked a WI' team a* the season wears Running from the! I formation alloted tINfoil In state, program wh>li\ County Ocniouratla Executive:
service. station manager Into on. But In any case they cane and pro set with a split ; matching funds fur ..i.iitioieand would' bo neceMiiry. In order Committee' in the courthouse

accompanying him to the city: > rated one of the top teams end fan can eXJX"Ctto see a. : jt Improvement to the Fair to switch n major (Mtrtlun ut titt Thumdity afternoon. II.
dump on the pretext of servicing the Tornadoes will face this wide open type of contest > ; building h..... This will be fuiul ti. the hXtC: building I promised an ".ctlve. agfr-

a truck. season.A from the Jacket as well as ,t} k(i\"I'r"d'\ : : ..." I matched, with IIH.Ono from a \Vhen and, If approval, I I. ub- 'I| .lv.- campaign during the
At thai dump Rhine held I tentative Tornado startIng '! the Tornadoes 'who have used .,; !.. .,',) .. .'". .," I' If' ;. ..... ,.: \"".,., ,' 12.1,000 bimd IMU .recentlysold tamed the "'Illr.M.I.Uon ne.t few weeks, which will be
C. ,
the station manager up with I i line-up for tomorrow their passing! arm to good advantage "'v.f..,f",{Jft.. ... ,. ""'''<<' "" c" ): ,.-_' .I her to provide. matching and Civil liefen. working t... cltm.ed. by a truss fish fry '
the .22 automatic rifle taken I contest Is senior Joe Brown. II | so far this season. 'I>.:')} ,' : \. funds. The entire lactic will ..lh.,, would emiil.iy an *rchltect and rally tentatively sat at I Ith
from Hardy's Auto Sa4ea In I left end; senior Tommy | The Jackets: are expected to I I'' .;, not b* used., sine the stat, tu draw up pluna anti Bradford. County 'alr.. !
Btarke and alao stole the' Thomas left tackle; senior run a 5-4 defense same as .- ___.j___ W''" '-.__i i-. .W.....HBJB. .mejt* ;v( .(_*>MSJPi ''ill.l not appropriate the full pei-location. ground, Tu**. mans 1951 pick-up truck. Leon Thomas left guard: Junior the- Tornadoes and also have Halfback amount annUMd tn* "We will) hav seine rood .
DwiKht Elder HIIS -
Circuit Judge .Oeorge L/ Butch Redding center; used a 6-3 Lb..on.. yardage in the Tornado of the Week. r.klrt. his. l Left( end to pick Wlthii.:. tI ) ,nvalUhl; fn"m I speaker, and want all voters iIII I
up 7 (0)
win *
Patten dismissed the stolen senior Bob Reaves rl ihtWMU. I. over Santa F, lust Friday. Elder: "I'* tale and |mal. fund. the .Federal Rotary GetsForward bradford County to com i
_...... __._ __ ____ HIIS'* leading ground gainer with 3.6
L. yards
.. ... out* and 1
car charges against Rhlner in -" ..ee.e captain per carry. government" would' pr..un.'y enjoy this event. with
Bradford but sentenced htm Jeff Warren. right tackle; ae- grant an luldltlnmtlIMOOO !; Look IM' ," Hparka said. More GO""' ''
for breaking and entering. nior One Pass right end. senior Tornadoes Santa for conolrurllon. of *nKOC plt' Iatoil* will be announc Ml
Phil Elder quarterback:; Outplay Fe : The |irt>p'.aed. .building. At Agriculture ..I l next week. j jTh I

Dora Beat- junior Mickey Agner. fullback:; "would" b. of masonry conIrurllon Itomocratlo" Committee.
senior Larry Noegel.' left half. $ wait heavy ""1.nl. with I* II. Flitch a* chairman *
"..J back.. and senior Larry Crawford 1.1 rout fur fnlUxit prtileo-' Th.* forward, look, In agrl-( was schedule! la mt
50-7 Odd* right halfback.: I To Gain lougli 7-0) Victory lion. It wmil.1! .h.. dealgn' tu suItswas,,. duumiMd.. at the at 43U; pm. today (Thursday. ) b'.
Only changes in last week'sdafensiva house arourxl. UN key Mrsnn- Rotary Club. Wdnlay' by I iq .."U vacanole in the newprecinct. '
To Hit'Here' ,lineup''i.Lh.I: junior I nl wh4ould. \ be nMHlMl to County Agent. <1. T. Muggins, ,. treated by rediiI .

Larry Oladleux may be at defensive Bum knees and all. Brad goal I line. Junior Donald Falcon also rame I In, for, praise. for acme paw play. front the JJ direct Civil Dorenn. ami r.tatd who died. tile produotloif'ned. fur., bv I rioting \\h* cnynty; .last spring.
Hurricane Dem. probably .tackle .iwhen captain ford's Tornadoes outfought kicked the point after TO his offensive Une. play and but this time threw, 10n410 acllfltte. hers during anm classed farm \ to T"*, law pfwhV* thai" a inailand
didnt know It.. but the odds. Warren mores to linebacker. and outplayed a bigger' Santa Will hi* TO catch Pass a !linebackers! Mickey Agner and end Oen Poa for .rg* i>y. It woe.ki also hou. keep| par with th". _nUn."popul..tkMl a wuraan' mmbr shall

were PO to 1 .that ahe.WWIAIdn't : Warren- missed most of the F. eleven on'''the Rebel's home BUS star quarter.. mller and Steve Til ley, two junior>> were I do TI>. the t.Torn. *J JThat permanent ofn'e* fur in* CUdlrertor. .akHt.tiugpi serve on tie committee frwn
hit this section of Florida But, Santa Fe paw with an Injured field Friday night tu ram th* fastest! man on the (grid hWhly touted According &to I sata that greatslrld sent" prectrwt .c prtoenl th* hPummlU.
ahe did. hand but will again call I home a 7-0 victory. squad. made up for one It* Coach OrUflth. U... Tornadoes' was the PY.nI31Iatras' | There woulil ... cunid..r.bl. ** had. been" mail In recent .. ha !0 member*
According tonewa release the-defensive dgnate this I Although they gained 144 mIssed earlier lit the &game. defensive end play was I that broke Ute tcam.Iebuck open-.pan spar .in the building year' with far men when all position are. flljej.Th .

received last month. (before week. Mickey .*iner. who 'yards Coach Charlie Roberts The Tornadoes outgunned greatly Improved ojrrr the too and Santa Pe never I which' _lot b* IIM. for doubling, tripling, and even nw cummltte wui have
Dora) here are the odda a. played a whale of a game atlinebacker ; Rebel never got Inside thai th*. Rrbcla by gaining lilT j{ opening Maoolenny ..g4ma.Henlora got another drive loliig all fate nhlMts while cut basIng quadrupling lhair production 3,.
gatnat .'hy4c.i.ftttn.my In Warren's pUoe Tornado Posit night long.Th yard to 144 and .irrtndlug* --. I Mike RUtrunk and Jo i I night long. Of &Uiree. first .....rt for an JlI of rertala. crop oe th* santecreate The Jaw also prwvtdea .that
r particular section of Florida:i last 'week' will alternate with I big Punt Fe eleven nine first down to Ui. Brown and Junior .&idl. downs ttie Hlwl 1..d the. ,could. alas! be.in.sgeni-y to mulupurptuM .. by .Ma'uf unproved. henmmttt*. __be,. i
Miami and Key Wt odds Butch Redding at middle : dominated play in the first Rebel' neven."W DlJuvl. get credit for thai second' half two cam on two, put farm |prselkes.> Ifa cited straw whether elected or'appoint" *i.S. S
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are the greatest with chances guard this week. period to the extent that the I expected a tough content The baCkfield didn't gel left 34 yard passes from quarterback center: In Interim periods Community" amiwoudl I' "berry prwluotlon in liradfoniCuunty *. shall, before taking of,

1 In T that any footloos hurricane The only other change will Tornadoes ran only etaht offensive and we got one." Coach out either, with quarterback Dwnny Adam to .sidCharles be ,-I for Civil I I... where grower are hi...., MlablUh. by written oatn
will strike either of the be at defensive safety where play... The Rebels j llavld IIur said. lie said the Phil Elder fulibaok. MickeY DuvUTh f'ne training .. now producing l.ftou) rule ol or affirmation'' that" lie did vet .
two. Penaacola and Palm Larry Crawford who mIMed mounted their strongest drtve Tornado coaching staff had Agner. and halfback DwUh ) second P4 early I In the 'PrvMnl pln purfNiM.n to 1o..laI" I bvrrle per. tore, wher flv. for at lot IM) per east of the
Beach hav a llttl better most of last weeks game with of 62 yards, when they received feared that Injuries to several Elder coming In for seine final I pcilml plus a 10 yard building. If obtained. a- year ago 'they were prtnluvIng gppnwHl a nominee of his po.
rhanc of escaping the big an Injured knee. will replace the Stark kick-off to key players. Including a cut praise. Th two Elder rountnsagain penalty attains Htark gav* hind "iMillding No. t I only [WH> fui |I.. the acr*. "'hUed. party at the past gen.
at |I''h |
I blow. with odda 1 in 10. Phil Elder. open the game but that was hand that kept Captain Jeff played a, Mg part In a the lU4>e|ia a first down alth flrgruun' *'| 1I..ln..14 that" Inlere! ral electii.n, thai" h* dt.I.
Moving around the stat. Junior quarterback Donald their" best moment. Warren" on the bench moot of Tornado victory and Ainer' Tornado 20 but Red end \ Three will t In new er.it.>* I t. keen, and said not regtoter. a* a member of
w. find that fort Myers Ispegged Falcon out most of the first Eleven determined Tornadoes the nkrht. would prove their took e.t linebacker\ for (len. Paa. prowl h* could $1so .LI group have 'tn I has | that" e up.rlniental, planting any other political party di,.

at 1 la 12. while the two games with a strained went to work the second downfall. But the Dig Red I the Injured captain Jeff I catch. a Rebel. pae when h* will .has mad this year of an log the Iwo year' lmm ulat. ,i ily
Apalachlcola8tMarks area la knee and senior extra point time they got the ball-In the team even with tIer Injuries !I Warren. and "played a what.. I Intercepted Inald the Turn. I Holiday Inn Improved variety. of cultivated' I preceding. an>t that .h.
1 In 15. Tampa Bay and the specialist Mike Prick will still I closing seconds' of the first proved more than equalto of a ._." ( do 10 and ran It bark<< to the blarkberrt" "We ,feel liters. pieties t0 Cole' for *| .lat
Mtlbourae-Vero' Bch area* not be at full speed !this week. period Taking the ball on Ute Rebels with a touch i Quarterback. Phil EWer got 40 yard line. Work Slated I.r. great .p>Mlbititii.>* In title loll per cent at Ih,,. opposed

are 1 In 20. while Daytona Other than those two every their 27 the Tornadoes went reputation. J..credit. from Coach Hurse for Th) Rebels" ended Ih. only new crop, the COUnty agent' mimln*** of h-> political party
Beach rate. 1 In 80.On Tornado will be ready for action I 73 yards In 12 plays for the Thomas ought to be Tackle ) calling ". very good baU r other Tornado scoring threat ,By December 1 aki.Th. al the. seal S4o4edlng. 0.....
of the aft coastal this week although the only touchdown and longest' of the Week," Offensive Line' game" According: to llurte, of the tune In th* third p.?. 'I I epnher. was lntruilu.,*.4 seal| SeeUII"=! :t| and during him

region i la around Jacksonvlll. Injuries may stow them a bit. drive of the game. Coach Dub Paine said Monday Elder called many plays on kid the .rn. war, however, I by C II Naewvrthy. teens of of flc*. '
where the odds rise to a comfortable The foregoing Bradford The big TO came on a the line of 1It' Intn.... using '' when fullback) Plank Taylor Constriction| of the new .palIa sitbl' that a Dan,,,..
1 In SO.-. but that team. will take on a squad no beautiful 33 yard pas from .Redding should be Center automatic to hit th* weak Inter<< tf'd' an 11ier pa*. Inald. Holiday'' 'Inn on "! ". :Ml* In I Farmers Get .rail. Campaign' lIe.w.at.r.. | "
T can be mighty unoomfortsbl Stark team baa beaten since quarterback Phil Elder to end and Middle, Guard. of the spots In Ui* 'Retel' defenae the 10 and ran It bock Htark ..houl"l atari aroundrxe. Tip ofHe, will be apenoil In StackS, .
when It finally arrive, a* IMS when they edged the Oen PBS*. Elder!: rolled to hi Week." echoed Defensive Une Dwight. was UM. "leading Tor out to th. 44 yard line. Moanand I, arror'llng la Karl r.} On New Variety within' the' test week..
it did with Dora. Jackets 1J-7. Present, day Tornado right and threaded the needle Coach Tony Orlfflth. j ndo ground gainer for the Dwight t Elder: had punch Jon*, of isthmus, Ml**, op- I
team have com otooe. with his aerial to PaN who The Tornado:>> mentors were !I am* carrying$ 17 lImes (for t ed out 47 yard* from their .tstkm.* manager of .th.. ear:Of BlackberryA ReghtrationDeadline!
Man Wanted however as last ,..r'* ..0 had three Rebel defender talking about. senior tackl' .1 I.1cIa .nd. .leading Iavera 3* only to hale Ih* drive nitp *- J portkvi whirls, will build. and.I
los* point out. Coach Hune's dogging him. The senior end Tommy Tliomaa. a I IMpounder **. sd In Ui* bud. i i"T'TI'lTfC' 1IfNJ"1 U Ih. $100-unll far III ty group of nr..tt'Nno. Set
In Auto Theft INS Tornadoes held the Yellow actually caught the paM whilerunning and Hutch Redding | Tackle Jim Godwin. .her.. I ty Ae-rtculturM. and farmer
Jacket: down until the, backwards but In a 170 pound junior, who led ouhomor ,ho weigh onb .l SS1IFind ..j jHIM I Jon. POSSe Ih. .nnourw*- were In MorronUt I near Muunlfkiral For Saturday I
Bradford eheitffa authorities .last IS second* of the game two steps. had turned and wa th* rnarv of the Red fore- let pound alo moved the' I meet In a long itutenr .11phon *- today In In* interest' ofleartilisit '
tmwri V T i iftiuhlng conversation Mnmteywith _w. taMit th. .ultlvallnii This flalurday al S *>.m, I I.
are searching for CLanIott outradng the three defender wall *U night long coochei to mention him kn> {
I U I .. utIh of nw pullet.. of tn* deadline for rguirln
J Novak, a
) CUmmlnga\ who ha disappeared on a 10 yard orlnt setflam the' Mentor"' guard V*> Iteavo* playing Captain Warren' left manager
Yawn f-BMlng 1 I I i MIrk-Mrdfor. Ci>*nlyChamber blejrklxerry oWekifed. bV lbs Sm a ejuallfloit" elector, for Uto
with an automotoU Judge
-- --- tarkU tvH on offense and 4. lejIU O I i .
of dnmmere? .. rVwtd* Acrlrullur" Katnkm: Unral CloStlon.:
OJeaton belonging of to Lawtey.Mrs. Dorothy_ Hears 71 Case ', ,:- C: '1'.U nl,M king agolrurta I Total Yd*. flail) I HIT III Th nw Inn whirlS" will' .a-I! 'I fl"" rvlr*. **.*.r senior
Sheriff Robert II' 200 pound opponent I floehing InS .4 |1,1'. l *nU"r Deputy In .
Court .
Oreen said that Cummlng County O twln played aU..1& on II Paaeing 4. Ml I IrM I dining, __. will bo nrled. >/..,. heWS .epreM .In ,.cl.lr.&Ioft.
down. I .. Omifl'il. >.I 4-14 mll pi.i4 'I I will b* .l th* "eauuthosaee'' )
In .
H Tempi. Ureel pUttllriej e
l i >orfy n
ha disappeared with. a bond an >r f *
County Judge T. A. .
again. ** him. for I1JOO for ', T) tally their psan..winntnuTU. ; |'**M* let. lly I I !I AveaiM. rurmbmae.I l from iii. of the tonne*. on *n ..i" rVnwnUl mil. P pm. Tkureday .'."'."
disposed of 71 this
cases week TwnaAir lonk ovr
Punt >.>. I143JFmMe .. season Mr. riynn ...... "for UMMMwho
larceny of an automaton. H* In I tUssles' .*.*,. I 'M f lit* bails l nail
county court: Including 2.IIP"dlne' their) own 21 ya/d line I
on \\f-t. Mr o 0 1 .
Vidit'rnuikhitm cant v.glel.e during
"NaogelA hUrkl Ma04t regular
--l by M.na
was ordered to appear to I offense ell* I Ia now *pt
a. he eon- KddVf
, have his reap heard during. I II I Itlrraed I hta drive*sralnst that aster" aenlur hatrbejctl T4*.. feiMJlfe Vt. It ) .*|... wMrh tIt moving, er U- ."4asaa. bul** bwtr*. and all
returned th K.heifirM
I Plea Day Tuesday\ taut did not. road hasard. ,' oe.*l *> 5s0,- lly Qu.i.r." I .....riO."Oft I.. U see .lore.Skin lo b* a r** artow upx Oreen said. Mr. I .-., punt" 10 yard from *Uirfunu > IIIIM 0 7 0 o 7 .. _r_ I... NI5NSVTb. "*..*... f foe *ll U. blaSkjj.qTlee" .. ",..'. said. the "....
Oleaton live* north oLaw- County Judges Court also Ye 11. Prom there tfyTornodu Mtel. 00000| .. saw feUlly, .1I1or1t wllll> that' can .b* mteenfvjiisil "h",- will also, to* pn 4urIng ".

j try on th* Eunice "-4.I continued' to be betecd with on-two puncri ofAtnT Tusetidewal I :i root<< In the .....in.rli...i>l of HiI I Apn' O T MUST i the. regular .fco. .r* dally
worth]... check charge" for and I>w1 trl fWef cor HIIA as1t..._ Pull. K:" I million. will ewBtoy *.*,fjbnwig ,t ct... Aselalsail Agent Ikdi'ysylef I foe ail else. wish lo r.gta.r.an. .

I the Uurd straight month. lied. U.- pkn *te4UyoVrenfVW oVr to Oen rue ,.'. l. n*>kl .1 erss.aid ell 1ft ..e e.A, .1 I sawl t and several faratees|I report..l thai. regllratu
: REVIVALFlrnl Worthle** check: chart ran In off-Uekl& .&IDIahat ; r.-. < ***** .....,llr..o. M wasa. t tI ocrMnpaftlMl. Cr.'.khMo on]I k4 *.. Mavy. slnu lbs "booksepaseti.
: second to enlowful *p"'d graufwl ov* yar I. ..... In.. trip IWoulU uI Itself
flaptiat. ease 11. during September win ; ; -. :\ thre OIl>. fir Mn and yrd oueneUn a try se* ..,....... .1 ... saCWVI'I. .. e>vvlki will' .be r.t. tl *, 5 I
ett To Sell
, Chart l jaycee MI.. f *,..,*...,.! .< Glee.4s. .r There were *bo at* char*** On Ui, flrM pUy of O*> I I. Extension Service
I fowt.,. Fla. i at no driver's license. Utrvo ofcontrtbuUng Ltr1 i iItv dr>. EhVe; got tvt* y.f<* Stand. To Hold Mle* ci i

Oct. 5-11 i to the o>B/w* ; i"U.. seMdis. An7 WM ;'I Garbage Can Land Refused i|I 50ih Annivertary

i K..,. Be* Jo*>.. enry of. minor. and two v.001.4 rnsVt ., J as.vIfl.t each of maiknoa.... $ Jg7. treedrtvln end I1Ti.I l l ctlr Phil *:9d* will
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. _: white tontomJeated. erA Ui. fusS down 00 Ut -......, a .W *f 1-s.bs.. Icildae As Site For Training Center Th KHh Annivrry, of the
on rtrt +,. UDwwM.
assault and "ls.ry non >*r n -
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I IeeMIt ..h IaII nII 1eeudee. .I Ids .t w5 ........ are l&p. ... SI ... ..... wi Deist4 wo fli1 ee-w said amiss i...Mj>lll.i. *. will *pt was dseNS. ,.. pee.pteesl less w..a lor diatea Ike pee.peasL OalnmvUl. dlr* lor of thfArtrultu7
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... .tY. -..r.aWdsmwy. .. wee ..... k* .... raeel .* MM MM We.... ____ .. aM ..,. r.W... cw.U.*. far .*+. *.**. + **T UN ........Y .. Wferwl a* 5 ..... ..It. ..f. _ten wi.M .....""" .f progr*** tn arieuluo -

TK1 ___ : -"- ......A:20: .-, w-. ..... keeiSef. *e>4 *.* ky a .n... I'.t...> *- fire .--. T.>**,. agEs M'wf _. .tThe .iM* *H. for *>'- CWrr V*. has. I..,. SIIms'.m ..cidIe.Iby ; .*.
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WeMJ7 Ce Pap aM ieeeg." wn.b.. et* .. '___ A.. iI. 5w... wee ..-. said Paiflesek. MopeS e'.. teeI. st.. .- .-.4.. .3 *.u.MMl Tf.*... .
-- a .. ---. V'- ...... .. IN tI 1 _.. Op9seeesi I J/k |M1. To* *nlr* will k'I I servants* w* tn ehanr of the
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Evu "F rf be .....au.... 50I. ... keens *4 ... r. 1. iSot ll>eeie p-u11 ar. ooj R. ...4asm ... read ..*.. | Otenabmlh
& ...... ..... ..... .. She .. -. _w3Mev A.< .* I4ha. *4* k ....*,.>t ..**.. sasS I IwP County
.... -_.... --- ."We.IaI .- -r -.. .. jd lot' ee i.-a I .... .s.. ... .. seal Ilk C >.... staff: County' A.enl
The Community .. .. ... eetis ...., ..&,... ...ee. ..... b.... tor A... C Traseeee SI ..... m. nnc ..... .. ......t IOw thie. .... ..*. "iIr.-t* < bets .. lam" pUfuseS thai 0.T, Mswgln AmSaM
l to C> >. M* *> ve***
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I 4 a-- ... -. ..ee VLL5rd ..SB* .t ... a *ko.g eB. ]KUr ..*.> f*4e4. kiort" 01 tfce. i. I_ ... .." Viviss's" ...-... I ... 1k-ic .saplaieAMty. A4iM Dorothy Roa6. .1"


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I V j I ,." I ",... I 10, I I ,,III,, ,in. "B "'-
Al I I I" ,
Mrs. Harley III and children ,. .
: : V Recent Births ... \ 1 Ml I,1 t tof "
VV r V h "I, I n w" p t "tn
have returned/ to their .. \\'/nyin.
t >" "i">K h .rJ"\ .sin: i IY 1.1.1"1 TI !
home at Mcrritt Island after Mr. and Airs.\ Cecil Lee known persons wit.! > annot n.>
VAN;: and hU' wlfi.MM.I .' ,I.
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spending three weeks with 4uwuia. ot Lane UuUer suii known I
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.e4 1JIf. Jive'ggfiin: ., snajBCT"1".!**: >K)ltT"\i" ,
her mother, Mrs. Barney Me.I i flounce: the birth od a,.daug SIVVrVvit" ">nin" *" ,'orda.1 In"AMD Hook r ,," "

I Rae. while' Mr McRaewal'lnVincent' tcr. Folly Ann. on 3pb. 25vln: ,i tuafr:"N'TY. H NAMKH-- 533 l *ftRAT'Io'OIU\J.JVIU1II1i.! ) I I in. tit {UlV St. Hospital. Bradford County J Hoxfutal. qsn; ana ,\I"re."or"[ ,nMU -
GLADYS MOOTY Nell Tucker and sons Brnci, I E3-art' ,A.V I'ortinliTHUD V l n-n 1, :I j ,lit (i'T?,. V
Phone 961-0651 i favor of Earl, A. 1'ortim I ,
and Mayor Randal Chitty and ,\tflftottaa .i'ukiu'o. n ,
,... iVIli lull I. I'I" I I. n ,
lit: 2 113.S
son Randy. spent the weekend I 'In 'I... ('..unl" "ul//"..'. fuurl' Irniu 1.. I'urti'nlfr TAKE NOTJl'K: Hi, it I u ] ,
'. deep sea fiitriinj: In the | ur t ....lii.ru v..uu..t ..*W....* I \.Mr... I I'nkiKiun,, utlon fir 'Es k I tug I h-i, ". i I. .i,
amt Mrs. V. W. Stride-| Mr and Mrs. Edwin Olenn: *U I I ..u",,,. "HUD 119.1.3S.i.: \ : I3Z.3 In the nbnvo-mylftl' -
z a and family of Winter of II Oulf. ; ..V V ..laln itf PlttC'jim* Right nr Way he i'4IfthIumrs( tb- uiiini
Macon. da. were Monday Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bug- .., "II..rtt:7| ) : ot Uj",Wur.., i ,I..f I.
n V.'I su/>O LVI\ a 4** I'j V Sit 11 132.1, 132,I, 132.3Tlint'
r were weekend guests of visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. I- well have spent the put week I ,-, .. ''' ..._.. al.w.. Ma r. UAit and Mrs. C. J. Houpt.i Olenn. L .,.Me""" ,.," Tllo NK'j lit NK'4l Sli'rll'iO 3 d.a'rlbu'! livid for in* MM "u
j In Hc-mitage; Tenn. with hermother .. .. j I'; '10 ruKiJi .'.uitH't MVVvi. uf NWKMoillnn Iu/1.I. In lie I'vinimi./, (,ii. i itM
i ''t. Morrison ofF mid I tliu i4.< ul V
Oeorge Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. Mrs. O. S. Dixon ]I a ...'' ....I n,,. U A. ..! L.U..UIM UlKrornian $. >, nil Hunt of Sit_' I H fKumf vie.. AH i 'Kb'tn '
: Jackson S. C. and Mr. C. D. Williams vlsllod. 1 Mr and 1 whosuffered a. heart attack. : .. .. .......... ...Vj? O.t.. u. I'ownKhlp. A RUth Kunx. i: for u iiortlvn of, Him. i: V4ij3V
Mrs. Virgil Morrison and I A's' Kricivtrr HI., : BraJfiTd. l'uun |I' 1,
BI Mrs. Alton Mattox In Gulncsvlllo UCIKUKIII.arc ICllBU'
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Blade; .. ..... tin nnd hIlt (tlir II.-li", ?
h"r.y i il of I 1)1IICV
thew n of Lcenburg spent last 'I V .
Friday.Mr. were In Nw, York Jut week '(U LU Ulv C tutu* tu..u.L.* ... .... a .Mllll" Of OlIU' ltOJtd l J4JlilMi'itl'm : looriVH \Ih I'ntifii( "n I tlutlRVH ,
end wlUi Mr. and Mra. ... ..1' thtt ClrtMiii, I t'i,"|
and Mrs. C. C. Stanton lln
National Liqui! I <' "i l .i t oua.auutt** V ixfiltl.! u.1 l survey. /
attendingtho: mil r.n. !11.-! Uliilitb,, I Inili. $
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nry Morrison. andthuuShhiey. h- of East Palatka were Monday .I. UI01I luUlltJ iK II. Hi-rlhotl UM follnwfi: .
Assocla-l "f ('Inrldti ill ,
I tied Petroleum Oas Norihwniti "In-lllt s' ,1
V iiiounty iurl ii*>u v to i'Hiintrni-r in? I Ihv
l I'> afternoon visitors of Mrs. W. tlon board: meeting; They also I lark*. i' i,ji,Vlid l witfuil vlfc, c...- nriiir .if fiHliI "Heutlon 7. tliwiii' ",I h"I' .th, I r.I'S l I. al. '( .5:n \ \'
isa Oayle" EdwardH 'Was B. Alexander and Miss WllmjAlexander : I World's Fair ReceptfonGiven Ir. and Mra. Ilufonl Mitchell (right), and Mr. and .Mr*. ,,"1011' momii. .r.*... uiti C 4ldtW ui Norih.. MI! iluiiracii nilnutu, I; n tt,.. nradfi"ril i'oiiinhouiit. ,, \ < "
aged to Alpha Chi Omega visited the :k Tumi ; -u C' iii."i "...,..v..ti..11, vt .ut.* ho- ....'..h'I. We.t I I1l.lt! > ftlw Ihfrntofllnv at Mtnrkf, Flm, ', 'I,.. .
: Ucv. and Mrs. Weldon John- For Teachers I Casey rwnlvcr-jruadta ut tli !notary" Cliib'" "'reerpIlous'" fl rKradford. .lee .or ln. ft*."IIIUI', Will *U...Villtfmirt vf' Mtittv 1."Hll1. nmtlm miller .uld I Hvi'luratlon. ,,i 'I i ,
urlty at the University o. Mrs. J. H. FisIdJ tpcnt the 1'lion and cons, Tommy and Cttuaty tetutten ,iln the, Starke '\VoniHn-n, flub font ftcvoiuinir. to mw, tlnn.r, Ih,' ".nn1ln .' Inn. appoint', upprulw. i ,
Ida. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. By Rotary Mrs.Ellen ,
Jr. and daughter. Mundii.r- rtrmnon .
Weldon TrtM-hnr helni Krrrtrd awe 8ae 'Morrl., tttoi. < h KQ il(lul11I'l4" Til I lu-lJtutVN I II I IseciiisI ,ilttuma. prod i r. All imrii I'
i ilu IJ Jettye Hazen oiC Robert K. Tanner In Baldwin. Stedman were guests Starke Tk{;,>tory Club IKirolhy'' Albrerht, and flnrolJanion ;.MciCae.u r I Krixrinitn: KeKlmer Jr. I II .Mimt: 1 111 1 I I.n fort them- tiilt, amt alt pnrtl,* III.' < -
inesvllle went the week- Mrs. M. F. Brown has returned last weekend at the Florida. I .- .Mt u'.'i.*.01 ui tiiu luStat. nl ;Norilv *5 .'.."r...-* r ri ,inlnnt. 91i ,iti'iv appear and h.> 11.11.1"
it with. Mrs. A. E. McKln- from seven wrcks vlxlt honored Bradford 'County tea Saunders ( i. C lufMimit" KfifUtitfr ..... u".VU. ; ..vi.lId.! Ht '211:? :r> r.-n, tu I h. time saul. place ,rlanianMti,i iVoii
Fruit &>! Vegetable GrowersAsHn. refreshments. punch. N. MeMllllnn and each. of \ i
chem at a'delightful/ reception' llulll V. Ivnlulit I Hunt line of "-ilfl (l.'i!Ion
with her son-in-law i and convention at the Amer. afternoon'' lit tho I | Placed at points Interest In \ .>".r..... ,vlcjiiu. H,i'iloii. I.Inn nl n ,,,,in h..r..hy t''ltl flu"e ni, ,*d l l t" >i il p>
.frs. Frnncrs Stone ofKV -laughter Mr. and Mis. Ariel Sunday: the NorthCtt, ,. l hv fllliiK. n".w..r I to. 'li. ,
Icartn Hotel in Miami Beach. I Stark Woman's :Club with I Iapproximately' This tea table coveted with thai auditorium" were arrang- Alluinvy fur lit* administrator.JJ1 ,I 143! fri-l s.uI''h. nf titian heretofore, riled 'm ,

ngsland da. IB vlxltlng Mr. Suarcz and. family In East WcWon Jr., who Is State FFA 123 attending I I an Imported lice nail -cutwvi-k: 'I monta ,iof yellow fall flowecH' 41 JUlSi ..nr.-r: thvrn't.t140) .''III., In the ..iitlIlvi.. ,r"ui"

'11)) Mt'*. Dave Paulk this Mollno III. 1 harmonica champion, wait In- > three tO cloth was centered'' with, sinartistic and foliage V. I 'rh..1 pnri of nalrl NhU.! :!. o' 'Ir ..fore lb*, 2nd d e IJIvpnber. ,\ i
w'k. Mrs. T. O. Stroud of Jacksonville between the hours | .VR'i.I Hoi>tlmi, 7, ,nnil, tinWV .\. I'. l 11154. i I''" VI i inbnt V
vllett to play at two lIe""lunal arrangement oC -yellowtaiL Thei Rotary Anne served nn > ,' right tltli-. Int." V -illt 1I i
and! five o'clock: Io | In Ihr I Irrull. < .url III Th, if NWS' .I' V\Vt, $ 11. "
Mis.) M L. i li gpeudlnu lI'Iv8a'aldaYIl | of the convention. and also i iI ford Mitchell Rotary flow-ref" flanked, by, yellow himtts*- and caved! for Ibo. .lulilh; Juillrlill. I I....... In ..tnututt h.....n".1. un I llic ;Nnrlli.: )liy I h.I I >n you, ur .any of v> < <
appeared with a string bund,I II Mrs. Mitchell and I taper In .!lver holders.Mrs. guests! with. Mrana! Mrs. UriiUCurtl 4uuat9rv I .u"I South rlain WIt) .
I I president I I Innd anil I Hhnw i
Henry Lawson visited Mr. and Mrs Jim Chatteen.Mr. on the program. Mr. and Mr..> Tonfc-Casey' Htood I J, A. GrlMInnnd, Mra." I Charles. Suwyen, In eh rK:.--of I I I ;'fl'I; V i.AVOV uII' 1*. $!a141: :- "M-3.13 on li"I llm ilxorlliril HnuHiw' ."ho'P10u."I..e ft l h. why Ilia xam. <* .....,,Id l i", '
n Welch In ZrphryhllUin and Mrs. Dill Mlljs of W. and Mrs. Clyde, TorwHltgttfi, at right. ,, "f win luken for. the u..o. 'uml i ilinrea I.
Mrs. J. Kinuaid receiving- iina< Guests. i / pr.aldedl; the hospitality commute" ., During -, ,c"11tJ ll>AU liKfAltl'MKNII : ; the NurlhriiHtvily
(' Mr. and Mm. Roy Helm Macclcnny and Mr. and Mrs. :.I In the the silver- <_lK jo'l.fJllILJ.nII"nc. ) of Sin,. .of Hluto lloiiil.. to, ..Inibosind..d urt forth In I lIe I I'"I i.. i ifllid
''coffeeervira nml
O. L. Uvaslay spent) tho week the ,hours. AltaiJanetHardyplayedsoft I '
the geeMhook | reception' .
Ir Tampa on Sunday. Robert Turner of the State were'asked tolRn I I I HID Htui ol Klorldu .... fin, the "Hnnlllfu. h' tlulr.ill.VtIti'Hus
C. Mrs.. and p I land null, ,, "
end with Mr. and Mm. C. Freemun-rteKUter-Jr. '
and then > were Invited I piano I un [n I' and 1'41'1. II. A. Method Farm spent Friday to( Sunday i Hoppe In Tampa and attended bv Mrs. I I'OES Mrs. ,H. A, Bishop ,J,. poured _ituulc.. V I .....\J,.". IIU'! CIlUNTV..! a fnllllt.ul Ki. >'nlhi>ii">l>.rlv with.. rmllii' "' '.ODII! .nf nit CiMirt on, llnHV ) ,',
(1 family were In Brunswick at Port-O-Call. Tien Verdi I i Into the nunroom Hulxlivlnlun lit Hit. State ulI iO fiil.' tlift Kantfily. C :u, over the weekend visiting Islands. The Chasteens spent the christening of James'I I Hirrlrl.i. I'ctltH.ni'r". v. .\. U nnliolnic' lannnnt", In tli<- "C'liu1.. 'I'I'' ,\I.I
i Clarence Hoppe-Jr. at Bt Andrew's I ford mptUt Church with Rev. know this. to be Indication !>'....n.. .t nl, I I'viVniliinlft.. s rlfrht of way Hut* (if Htnlf* It">n and Mrs. David McLcod Sunday night and .Monday! In an Merit (the rMrinilt Court 'I
) Church on Notice :NUriCU" !!: t >W K.MINK.ST: 1>O- S.2:13..H: trs rlh.Ml' nUiivf.! I Ih'nuthwnirtorlv i of
Episcopal! AlleJ- Price of' Brantonl offl- ,morale In. the xilil ,n.I I fur Iirndford. County 1"1", ,
rj'), and Mrs. Charles Law. Tavarea with Dr. and Mrs. UCrthtshigh 1 .MAIN:-; 1-lt'iCKKI'lMJ., : : ; ; rn<\ "f nrI.elnit i
and family of Tallahassee! Arwln DotfGrua. | Sunday !1 j of the Eastern) clatlngIurlal: was in'' Sapp unit...and that.tbe.., dedicated Ill Tho NKMIH. And fly Thus AilS h. tunKelit In. u linn. iinrnlli- '..10.II. .
I, Mrs. Stella) Griffin of Jacksonville .I The Order ullty I If Thfl tel"" lit H'lorliln' to and 27 f" I nl rl,.hl NntS'! 1 1. V. KNIflllT J
''it Thursday to Saturday Dr, Calvin J. lloupt wet i Slur will hold Us first- fall Cemetery. V men remain In the Ouard \ba- TO. Al.l WHU.M IT MAYCONI'HIII 'from the N'orllioiiit/'rly' rliclit( ofwiv ('niintr Attorney. Hiudt i 01
II Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Law- circled uecond vicepresidentof :!. spent !lUft week with I'meeting Monday evening ut 8' cause. they enjoy serving." : Hml, In It ll |,-rii'inruitil lint of stntt. HnHif, 11. ,and County. 1 Drawer .V HIH.I.. I .
;; Mr. and MI-H. C. f H. Haddock. aillo ho..nl.d on tin- 101,,lst..1.0cr' I Florida 1\\
: the Florida Osteopathlc I Itfra 1Tl.tr>ti4,* tturnaft urhrtlias I o'clock' In the Mammlu Hall. Seven Men J i P Each month several enlistmnHs t |I..rll., tltl., clulinlnic Inl..r..t.or hiivlniirlKht >wtatr.liifirlRMKw f toy 12j fut llni. .>xi, >'ndinirfrom Hnol' 1I
onvlrs.. W. Ot Halle has re- Medical Association/ at the "'" ""- t" : 1 All members. urged to be expireand' the man I lidliidmnied !I'I tir other. Jn! i tu or. ', and( .ut rlvht' uniclv' (I.. tHi I IIIII"-P: J HANIEISlloll : ) I
three ..
spent thai pant Extend Time I'olnl of tanvrnvy 1..Ht..1 n",,' I Ii.tad I ill I Id 11 I nil''. Tallallu"
tu. itd from two weeka vlslUluml annual convention and seminar Oh tlinsu.prtsetu tMirfclif uf Innil
month In Washington D. C. prenent. uiilesa' he chooaci I'I :\ : .. : : :: : .and ib. hov..' |I" I 11.'. :---.II..H'; "rlriKlit "- Flrirldaof.
with Mr. and Mrs the Jack Hotel : iI.'ti'riId. ; ,
at Tarr
In G "If way Ito of Klntii' Hi( uili < Counsel! for the Pi-tin t I. I u V
with her lighter, arrives i1lUiiitSeven to extend ht. enlistment'per. .
lOll 4t$ i"
lOfln\ Halle and Mr, and In Clearwater on Sept 23. '10
this weekend to visit Mr. and Funeral TuesdayFor -> lod. j"""
V Jack Halle. Mr., and Mrs.' T If. Blade I enlisted men have! _._ _._ _, \\
Mrs S. W Uockett at 1 Kings- ---- .
Miss M dna MlddlPdon and attended the funeral of E. D. W. T. Readh! extended' ,their enlistmentS Inthe On liming", Teams. A

John 'Miller and childrenIt WhlNonant in Valttaita.(\ ) Oa. ley Lake. 'local National OuorU unit. The FJoiIda: .National Guard /II
Mr and Mrs.. C. 8. Haddock Jersey'William "- /
((1 I Mr. And Mrs. J. A m t Monday Of New for one to nix years Capt. was represented by Sp4 Travis R
mill( 1 Jr. and family In Jack. Mr. and Mrs. I.. P. Dlnklns :vlnlloil In Mandarin" Mra. hut Henry Friday.ftorensen T. Reddish 47, died James F. nloodworth. corn- Alvarra and four othei:1 HIGH FUEL BILLS lid
Guardsmen from town
tile Sunday afternoon.Ii and Mrs. A. O. Andreu visit'd commander announced other :
at hi.. home In Ship puny l
Mr and Mrs S. W. lieokett !Saturday
and 1'41'11. Joo OUsy and Dr. and Mrs, J. L. Stlth In firing" matches; at Cams: \\
t 'uly wore In florahom! In Macon da. over the, week returned' hail Friday from a Bottom, N. J. as the result yelltl'rd"r."All Perry In August. Alvarez fired S.

%iday visiting ,Mr. and Mrs month' trip through the New I nf a hmtrt: attai'k. He was' a of these men have beenIn the htuheat score of ,,nj::1 MIII make{ 8(
'nd.Mr. England ..!.lite.... native of Rulford and was. In the National Onardt! from : you
L t:.. MUOdy. and Mrs David Brown Flordla, Ouurti.imen; !!' at thi K 01
Danny Haddock of Jurkionvllla the motel and reataumnt biial- thrtn-"" 14. years/ and mcwt I
of nlffht I I meet and fourth" tr
(tis. Oertrude Llndney! livir spent! last Friday placed 1-1
1 \ Bprln and, Mrs.' F. W with Mr. and Mra. U J. Coop spent. the weekend 1 with ni"a* In Jacknonvlllu until two plan to serve. 20 years In or- national competition In thi:1 f
were' Frl' Oa. Mr and Mrs. C. S. Itaddouk, yrars ago when ha moved, te dr that lhl') may hi eligible : hit thy ?
V t b of Visitors Hawthorne of Mrs. Effl er Mrs.In Wayrross Wesley Andrews and and family New Jerney for reHrrmcnt, Cupt, Blood- "Timed Fire Match. ceiling(! {! C<

vorth auld.Thone .S. But. Virgil Jordan was f
J.< ins./ Mrs.\., Ilciu-y Carter o( Mrs. Jennie Chastuln vUlted Mrs. Thomas. N. Tappy' of Surviving 'are hIs wltluw | member of the Florid. Quart v.

Mi'jcvlll visited! Mrs. John their sinter, Mr.. George Cotman. Ituytona Uoach I h* visiting Mr. Mm. Louise ltedulluuh St. I rxtendliiK enlist :
Itllle Team that took lithe ( ( ? R
ov r the, weekend. ( 1Mount/ Dora last und Mrs. S. W. Kevkott: this. Marys, CJa.; hi* father, Hal- I nuMitJs were! H Slit. Woodrow National Matches part dUI'Inthe : II CEILING HOT WHEN YOU 1 b

vira. E. S. Matthews Arrived Tuesday to Friday. week. ford Reddish, of Ralford; P. Cnllan. H. Bat. Ix>Mle- 11.1| II a..

dny froM Orlando tot Mrs. "Nalnon' Often was In Col. J, A. Griffin U IIU.nd. three brothers Joe fteddlnh MimhM. 8pS Ernest D. Carlton same,wtew.:. HIT IT? THEN YOU HAVE g:

ltd IIOnll' tlitip with Mr. and Orlando on Saturday, and I' ingthe& Officers National RAiford; Hodman Rrddlah, 8p9 Donald J. Martnl| Training lute Itl

H' V E. l.: Matthews.Mrs. Sunday attending the We.leyI Ouard Association Conference 8tnrk; nnd O. II.: Reddish Ht>4 Clarence R, Hutcheson. Unit training dates axhecluled it AN ORDINARY HEATER d,

\ L., H. Iloberta/ of Lake I I an service/ Guild planning I In Detroit Mich from/ Sunday Jacksonville; and two sisters& 81|>4 4 Tommlc. Canon Jr.. and | for thia month are Oct: I

maler\ was vlrtillna Mrs. WcsJc conference.Mrs. to Saturdu)'. Mre. hazel Perdue. and Mr. Hp4 Orady Overstreet. IPerAonn1 i 0. 18. and 26.
Andrews last Friday. I Merrill Struth vUlted! Lloyd Urlder of St. Simon. nianrh Onlnes both of Jackonvllla. Officer" CWO A.I Qualified young men are Invited rr-.. ,... a

her son Roddy In Atlanta. Island visited hU' parents Mr. I. Crosby. Jr said "W have I to visit the armory during "", >'.- .

pa. from Thursday. to Bun. and, AI..... II. II. Under, and Funeral services were held hud.onl! I] one man to Ret out the week and during r ,; a.R

day. family' 'on' HOnJay. and Monday at 3 p.m. Tuesday, In the Ita I. In 'three Yntnrlrm whow enlistment training sea...!tons. Prior wrnoi I "1

Win Mrs. Ouy Bale underwent hal expired and we men may enlist lor one year.IT'S C

surgery Tuesday lr\ Bt. Vin toll'". J. A. Urlffln and Mrs. I t V I II If -
cent's Hospital. T. C. Hanen, Jr. attended" the -::;.:- P!: ,_ :';" ._..iL --== ...4i< ::::;::::: I ._ V pf.

A Mrs. Wendell Moody and district Woman's Club workshop I II' V ,

children of Jacksonville WI'I"I! \ and luncheon. In Walaka I If'

weekend guests of Mr, on Tuesday. ILLEGAL 1Iqla$ as-- .

Pile Mrs. Ouy Andrews.Oivllle ., Local .>ln>mniK.'..N tu llrad- r.la r.n

J. r IJorkl I Orlrfls ford County hospital thin I II .
a patient In the University I week Include: Mrs. Mary Carol I laC laal

In Florida Medical" Center Mr I Happ W. .I", Merlon*'. Mlm. '

k V Qiirris and his wllo recently I| Mary Ann l Dully, J,>. Fr.nk.1! I alT ala
KOCH For Any Person Persons to Engage in f _
moved back to Btarke after ,I I llason. Mrs. Joyce B. Hlade, I or T I. % # I
living In L',eburg for many Levy Canovit. Mrs. Marlon $ Vt n

years. At present they" are oc- Cnwby. Mr. SYbil .Un.... Mr.. I _I V 01:

CASH cupytnir one of !the! Cooley, Annie McClou.l Ilutchmgs aol. I Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless ., V !k a.

cotuues! on Klnuslvy Lake Mrs Ann Ackernmn uf Starke; I II _ h
Mr, and Mrs Edward I Jack Smith and Mrs. Oral- .

POTNo tv-liwab and family of Merrttt dine Tnrr ll of lUlford; H.n- 'I'p.

V Inland werelnlllnii Mrs I ry Lox RmMli.li and Mrs. XIuinl -': The Name Is Registered h---, Jr1

rutrle. to ?Hohr. Nolh- Myrtle Anderson over the I. PhlUlp Of Lawlty.; t bo
I HIT to Writ*. Nu HlaiiiM' | lIJik ) weekend.!' I I Barry. U Wayman Jr., of I k

No Ubll......... Ju.tOiinie Mr and Mra. Xdvtard JdI : Keystone lUlghts; and Mra.\ c<

> Iii Ka<-hV..*.k. ort4evetI I warda of JackaonvtU\ spent Alene MiMielty of Mldillrburv, : Read This Florida Law
TU_ Ita y .nA Url the weekend" at the Adklna MId Maura Kelly of fillgo. V\\ V clX
Your JTll-.ri: Tuna Io'" cottas on Kln sle* X ke.Mra. Ireland and Mrs. Henry Btof.an .

TtcIe1.Ljtt. Fied Guy of Oalnes- I lll. Mrn.. Frances. M.ng. _ (, a

villa la vUltlixi her mother. Mrs. I'aul M iijr. Mr. Richard" I "It slusH be unlawful for any p*raon or pne .., aa defined atwWav .. w
t'Wee k' Winner
8 Mn. A. Z. Adklna for\ several' I RU-hrtnU. Mra. ilndys 1

Em"'I ,Graham. $50.Cash ). day. Mrs. Joseph)> Uonsrohubvr W"ldunllaad L encalt. In bualnenn aa herein defined' under a fictitious name aa herein ..- a S

f MlM Clalritell, tooi; >er ccl. of st KdMarU's: C t hollo fined. without and unlearn Mid fictitious nan. shall b. registered with Ut : T 1

Pot NOW braird her IBth birthday ma i Church spent Monday. In at clerk of the circuit court of the county wh ... the principal. ,late of .nnlatssi. t a
an left cream social afternoon.Mrs. at her. Auiriiiitin Mra. I I.. with registration shill consist of filing with th. clerk afon.J4. aa *lHdavlt '_ % ___ _
last Sunday Chin
$$25.00 home I'aulknor of 0'a

U E.: NaU or Miami liHiwndlnt Lak. l flutter Mra. 101"1&1' | signed by all interested penona, alatlnf under oath the nane of 1 1 'V _

:Eiis1lty I'rug. and quattlyl4tw.srrlpllmt a week ...ltti Dr and \WaU at.. Halford ant l Sherry aJI thoe laterealed In I the buMinem enterpruto. tao silent of Uk. tnteroM % *V % I 0'a

r4-r'.lc*> .1htptlt Mrs. 1JY.. WWK.n. Cole and Mrs. tWuthy at.rl- of each and the fictitious name under which nal4 taalafiaa 1 hi carrlod .... ______ i.i 0'p
% mU'UK Mia Ada Barber. of Chl't-( tog of tel.rke .'11' adiituifd.. I C S ,,
lain(( lour, >'et It* IltirdKOCH'S land spent list, week" with Mr to IXi :tor'a hospital this week, on. paid rftHstrallo.1 may nofbo mad until the persos *r pf.M tfeatrlnx J I 1

.\T and Mrs. C I... Cooper, C. J, Mr. theerge ItuhorU Jr to engage In buainem under a rldlUOUSI l name shall har a4rrtla4 Ms! or "i A V. V

Cooper of Chief land la M>endInil I vhlhI.d hr fethet AnuM | their' Intention to reflater said fIctltrOMnasn at loaM "" .'___ far four t,: __ ef t'v4 C- ';t.b.4 ,. c
that pek with UM Coop Wyllya. In Mt. Aui .iln. )11|.HPllal V V V L,
PHKIO: ItKLIVMlY ers. on Tu......y and. \'etian' ((4)) con#*utlv week In nome newspaper as defined by law tn lhe> comty. -- 04.I' P

I| Uy.Mr. where Mid registration U to be made, and Mid rgfatrmtto .a..D'. ... .. If
never wasto
and Mr. Harry Mell.rej! | accepted' by the- clerk of the circuit court *iet upon rvcolrtar '....r'.| .I'. LE a
Come In And Sec of- A.a.vtiu,, N. O. are .taUtnMr mach ; ... heat on the o
V publication.
and, Mrs U V Hmim P
V JIMMY "'",k. Ihui "ntit':! fOM' ,EATERS' ceiling or out I

Mr I and Mrs. Jerry |JIo!l.l.ntfwl tTn b\.; t the chimney

SMITH ut O.-M'k. MtenUMte. : If, you are engaged in business under any.name : I,,

hut week. I.
.4' At ) wuk )lr. and :. _
X. M, Smith. It for Itself with f
V SMITTY'SBARBER Mr amt Mra. Our! Min a".., pays the fuel It save / r
C MUW Terry' YtiatwI" tw( World other than your own and have not had this name .-._ -. -- ---I_ c
'n.lr "
and New York City front -- -Jftt M r.

SHOPAnd .Thurndmy t.. T"MdcltJ' We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling it
Mr taP >lra r' rr*-tanlon J IbCh. properly advertised and registered will be you continually pay 1.a

of :Naval. Weapon .Uo. we for heat you don't( KeU Tha new SIEGLER Oil Horn Heater
'V :" ItfiUIrr Fur Ik>et. .. win *.. week.adfu..i. oJII
V $30 ('uh Prize of Mr, and Mr*. W R.Mr wrings the heat out of every drop of oU. then POUIlJ It out over TIS

V Tu II" (;In" "k-han"--' glad to give you all necessary Information as [to your floor. With a SIEGLER. you get the comfort miracle

and Mrs, C S ltJ.toektail ,
__-" .\warturda11 family .lt.nd.4 the foul,* oCSUPER FLOOR HEAT no ovrr.heated ceiling and low low. d.

.4 Oct. :31 ...t. .C..rT*nf and mrlr. a. what should do.BRADFORD fuel bill. So don't hit the ceiling hit your Siegkr dealer for p.S

ward prncram< at Itt. Vt.- you .

Jimmy Will Kit;i Out Curd Kor, lrU lUirh Day r."fs H.wfXlal on HunOarwb a hot demonstration! ..

; Aflr 4 IVM. and All Day Saturday. ... their aWe, UiuU. Buker. ,.

: \\'. Ar Proud Tu nnounc-e That Jimmy-lS-j ..r- rw 1I.4'rd..... her E.,rap*bU Ckard and "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" ...

: old UII8 8eni r-U| Ju", 4 Cmdualcd Frau n rMM tinllJ" %* TrawVa ar.. altndmn atrUF

Barber" (011.." In J.rk,;" omi1l. and In N.w Km- L'rurvTMty ot oula .>Mla COUNTY, f

: ployed" At SmlltyV( IUrb 'r Shop After. SChool 6d& I T.....*. Denmark Furniture Co. .

I I llourii.; lit 1 I. The Son of I ennU and 1t000ha SiHlth.'ome )lr. and Mra. H.r ,s. An*

: .-(: In. and.IH't The "oune""t| Barber In TM drew* and. raaallr .* Jaclwanx TELEGRAPH V

: Area. I'IU* were tUittn. Mr. a 4lira. T

R 0 Daitafty on Sunday .. .. ,'" ... u.-u W. CALLST.!' r1flN': 9l-1U1 ..
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R\DFOnD M[' -rT TF.I.Y.CwRM'II !'oT\U1(1::. n.on'n __
n\T OM 1 fhtl
-, -- Parties I Given
Betn Sigma Phi II
Garden Club II For I Dianne Colson
Sees Paintings(::
1 lias First Meetingof I 13 ride-Elect.A11s4 .
Of Local Artist

New Season"Joy -Dlantse Colson whose
:MlllliSinnlnll.'". lo. .il ,ui, 41 :
( will
to Mark:
ma riant
in Uaidcntng"! w is Hit rttfpl;>
oil-senti-d! aU lnnpulm event of Oct'! 10. was:
:iem of Mm Uist\ far' uieuiIK \ ,irr l+ >l hi' Viiik, to uueulher., n,>'' m Ln.II..lolI. for two, 'lovely

GLADYS MOOTY of tllo St.irkv "'.,1I.len l9ur c ,, ttt,' ''he rt' t. stprmd' Phi Sororltv week

Chime 961-0651 n St. M.vrk; Parish Il.."i., >Mom1v I'venlntt. Si"I't| ISti ir'The irs home in the oX part Mrs. O. R. Al-

\lomljy night 'he humof Hot l-l11Untl arcs JI''ft.< the-nrttln\ fora

.X iovcruil-iii&U supper u.> ,' NVestmorelsiui :Street hon-
I- .M e mlNcell"neou'.' shower-
ij-- rril, from ;.1 buffot I ihl.! TM i-oilctlon l In -ludi'ct r ,> 'intf Miss: Colson!: [ on ITiuri

__ overed with a linen doth UH< >"itrin< unit, ) lanteut", dot ,iwttitna. Sept 24,' given

r!'. ar 'entered, with an ,luiuuiRft tent' : oil ivaiercolor.. and pvncll 1t" tiat \o' Mr Alvnrf. Mr.. WbodIe -

(-aturmc. drut\\ou and p)1:1': Ur ft\ ,>r tllu,tratron ere'' \ : 'Ilioiims. MM. Joel Jackson -

a"t cunth.i berries In .1 lull ..iniUnva Sauiiu, 'n ,mstiuctuxl!! the igrourn ;.a und Mr,. Al>ln Farr
Members: were. soiitiui. \ ala 'm t thi.
'e .prt p-r nrpportlons Ih* insole, in theliving
T-shaped. 1 I table cento. h r .trement .if features' in pot ":.J,!. ". .room held n bettirlfiil1' as-

ll'' eA r.a'yw' a # ff with an. arrangement. of !bur tr"U'c'rk An attempt. tiktrh. .- ;\ ......... ,Miiui'inrut-'ol and deep

rles 'm ceramic eonlahrrtMr. .. i fellow member" b\' .,. .! rose i iiUdtoli. pompoms, pln-

.. U 1- IKirdtn. pro.siJed l t t t ta.r' i those present followed thtiumohMiiation 'tt' '. ixvMo.. chrv anthrnuras.. and
over the bunincKS lueotinv/ :,-:"- I : :;; .s.:" .. ..a tP...... :.' .d, mltuntinf". \ rurtiotlorvi. Theo refrinlunrnt .

when committee rhalrmeiiwer Mrs: Sintniiuia prvsontnl thiorvrlty +. .. Ijt .. table In the dtnltuinoru \

.. appointed! and pl' with a litn the new year were ili ciiBHeL ... \"t and cn-
,'t1ftli" tt-hich was then rnfflo l offThe .. rti1iJ.t wi white outwork cloth

., Mrs: A Russell \"I'I"an. ,. 4 > 1>1'0"t.' to be used foi: t'I'Nt with similar arrange
ihitlrmon. I pif.tenti, .-nt. flanked bv pink burnIng -
:. .. program future civic projwt m
ReudinK for l Knowing" the ., a .- .. --......-.. ". .--....--- ; Upris In diver holder!

";' iv.nlnb'.e fm club .. and compotes
book Salver trove
many Tn'iVood
Elisabeth Ann Joyner
membera who are InterestedIn A Dorothy Ross held nhvet. cakes, party. sandwiches -

.. l learning: Rood gardening mil, l'. Exchange Vows In Church\ Ceremony' nuts and mints Punch
--:E-- flower arranftlpg. Elected Head'' Of end of
;' ;,' blue. ribbon : lt wile sen-rd from one
9. : flt She also presenlfil, a previewof .. '" uo"" Extension Group Mlm... Ml/slx-tli Ann Jo>!IIner.dltllllbl.ar Oli..nt>< ,1 ivn"'r .and Perry dm tftbl.

... << ., ,. i I th. programs for the yearMrs. ,. "'" at Mr and MIll N Honlii pans'' UP i I'tri bugs The gift, t.bh.a overlaid

't. ..t;, .,. R, P. Young National MUM Dorothy I
i Flower Show, Judge presented. ) .. elected i pirktacnt of the Florida ut Travis VMIUHI NV.HHI,, ion to \\,,.et t rinrldi the young ntrird. with *n srrnnnerrlent.

;, vltil .. s the hortlrultur part of the f AgllcuUurnl, P..en"km: of Mr: 'and Airs. J. Mall Woada couple> U ..'Aldln..t. 41 A N of wedding' bells and pink
the .... .twtiutlfulcriTiiMinar Wi li..r Silent" Th- briar: oho,
.. program! ilcrnonstrallnK .;. Workers A"!HNtatlon' At Ihellannual of Slaik*. In H f''lovntThe"
t-; .; way house plants hnuM' Iw coivfeieitce hI (Ulna> pw.fanned. by Hv foi I '''''f'lInll'' three piece hotcM-s presented Miss
;:, repotted now to make good ., ville recently Norman KrdUln ou AatuixUvi army linen unit, trimmed with rnlnoii with n pink rnitloit

?4 :ij.. .r s r; r reMiss show plants for 'he April This orgAnUatlon 'Include:i Sept., S. *, '7 7 p. m In U'1I&dh.on .ii d. ind'ifrt( arresM>rlmi, With coiae." ,'iwh n she arilvnnVan4>

:::- ." .,..,.. Flower Show A dlicuwlon! all the County Agents! HomtvmoitMtrattun <,' :\ Street H a p.. t 1st I ''hl. she *r'r. the orchid from also a whit bedspread\ a* .a

)'ft..J.. ., ,' :' !.'" period., followed with member Agents, ant I I Church. her wrildlna, Ixniquet nvmcuto of t>>. oocs.lonAppionlmttrlv '
''f'1 "" ." !'I.'....': asking and .answering queer" State start Duvurallna the altar' of the Tilt! bride and gioiMn ar- 50 ..rue"t.t twere

..i, .. 'If'o v'.n \ tions. church wers petlriaaof baketl YUthl al_ of Bradford, MtuliHilviol Invited to attend bc

,. .-. :. ''''' rr white mums, ttladioll.pomi anJ "" :Mr Wood( Is employMi tween the hours el"ht to ping

,.. 4 t,1ib -....... >i>ms agiiinst, a buck- ul Ihlt! State! l'rl40n o'rlotk.,
.. .
Carol Ward Weds Donald A. HoveyIn ., "...... .I ------- -
t'A'. ., r ground of palms| and blanched A"I'IInc in serving were

First Christian Church Of StarkeThe ... '" r,. Carolyn Gann And Wayne Sapp caiuWUIma. holding bun Stork Shower Ml"* Carol Farr" and Miss

First Christian Church 1 Jrldal attendants stood In the 11 Wed in Pine Level Baptist Church IIMI bows white tI.d"tapiMa llh white Wttlts\! |tom uUn- IH. (Given. For Kathy Mrrlck\

was the setting for a lovely I lounge where the mantel held Miss: Carolyn Annette Gann.1 j s CattUya purple "....n...' pours marked the lauitlyprws Mm. Stlllllllglt M'i Cart Niortl, Mr.. \

wedding: on Saturday evening I i center arrangement" of white of Mr. and Mrs. R I .\ reception was.. nor m i 'htchurch MUlril" JuJJ. :Mis Jimmy

August 22. at 8 o'clock unitI I fladloll. pompoms baby breath daughter of esburK, became I educational) bull.lInlC a I II Ia Mrs U A, Caitvvn. nr.."iiUt Mrs Turn UUing Mr" :Mrs Croi4' .,. Mrs Vie Press. MlUrv I"*
Miss Carol I uid greenery flanked by she H. tlunn ith played nupttil modeere\ thgucsta .. llrl and Mr Tom \ Ann Urns :\t1J1S (hbU>y
ing in marriage bride of Wayne:' S.tpp, ran. | 'Mhirh w-na decvritlnl" rrungcmonts \ii Roberta Ward to Donald Allan I tie candles in silver holders the 0' v\htl bride \ as..i_nU
Hovey The bilde is the Magnolia boughs graced the, of11': ..nll'a.vteidling: J ceremuny'solemnised C. Sapp.In ,'' flower. Th.brhl.11) ; 1.o1 ivl. ,ssiuvvilnkl a Mta M 111 Ilt Un..l.. ,.. stork shower :MantUy .'.Ihnll entertained at a. 'd...

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'book t cases Tall baskets of a lovely ; afternoon with a what orucmlpri nolotnt,. who nan "On. tUnd.Onn ( evening at I the honof, \Ituhtfu) linen shower for Mn
of chute bridal flowers and rooted : l Sunday and "I love You Htr' ..t the horn of th.
William Robert Ward Sr. 13. In the line Level l sHtln cloth and 'iitrrtM. Heart, Ihw latter t on Thoi p i>n I Oulton at
1Ue palms "were. used In the Sept Truly fttMllngs latter on ffciltirrl.tT. evening
Starke and the groom Church. with u four tiered " son of Mrs. Maurice L Jewel: luditorlum Baptist Alvures pel..fur.med ,>aka which was vmUwoiixi' wit Jtiiuny I tea. 'the snaau'aItrttlww A pink and bin colorNihvni A red And white' mlor niotll'.
Hit K.mmn
of Ki&dmmee and Donald I The bilde's table was coverd nuptial while ruiMtt anti topped. wills l _\flt as boat man was carried. nut. t In war, carried nut In flower srrsnHfments

Harold Hovey of Sarasota ? by a white", cutwork cloth the "CIt'brin&' \ nath an nimUtur bride ant groom and the uslters wet,.> RandyJoyner the party .I"'ur"tlon" snil l r.- \ placed at point
Bordered: In "white, lace with vows'at' 3'30 pm. br..UII.r of llw bride .trahm.ntlaid. Interest in the John home"
Rev. Jess Sherwood perform flanking, the C'like won, trlpl fr .hnii>nt< Trts r .C f
ed the nuptial tralUx arranged in aarl.andaalll1lt arch entwined with greeneryand the Biter camlelarira tulilinibinning mad Johnny tee. nephew. of I i sells nl.r..1, with nMrrniim The refr... hm.nt table covered .

The altar was decoratsiwith ( the front of the table pompoms throughout<< whits taper &jlvet tin, groomMtsa .i.l of pink And bin with av. .UU. I'l&t'Aorll:
In the middle with I arch On either Kid of t the .tl.i\d.tl .nit v* two tall baskets of whltr and caught J..t."I..1'bo.... ,vunpot.a| held l nut anti, mints J.lwt, Juyuer munw. stovk. .and rarnaMontTli rl.'lrt waa e
gladioli pompoms. baby white ribbons and "wddlnatx arch wrr lovely { The punrh table was ".rc.ttlth .I her sister as meld 'lls.\ Smaller arrangements: kets of while bridal gladioli.,: II In 'ov ly aitk, blu., ix'audo hS..In.llrhntnd tanked I bf>> red
breath and Plnocchlo chrysanthemums << and I / M while, satin clou, and against a back- >U wedding bells and white giant chrysanthemum sul" .lint 1.111&Lc.t'a" with, hhle ...."". rn' >rrhld
held arrangement (
mi (
t d palms latin ribbons, were" attachedit Faye NicholsIs plnnm hut l pompom nu'lnawhit. featuring(' a fitted buitu-. with of ribbon. slid' nylon Tb. hauorr wsii, preaenGd" l ls
of pot e ,. .
ground 'pray.
csn.lelabrasentwined (
and branched candelabra the corner of the table tapers In I "'OOP" perk" one! and bell Mrs Jerry Ijswsotv. won wl1tt'. 'IUautial memento of
greenery tiered wedding cake EngagedTo with green folUtK* Mrs. Franklin Hlur.inggrete ; pvailtearrltou .. .. her(rho.. at..i.
The four shmlwd l. l skirt Hh wore a In a gent. u.1. > h .,toi" br'
at tin door th
l the uitsui prla.
three branch WhiteheadMr lent a soft glow over the s ttlnif. < ( Miss PaUlana.Gradv and. matchIng | <. .ur.ta were
Mrs. Charles E. Francis, organist rag flanked by Mr. and atunillnf. In the r..""ivmgline fiTklnre Th* hnslSMos prt.nlMl thhonnree Among the
ed silver candelabra The P.MS were niarked I h.edpMc4" with A (MM* B. A. Cation mi>"Uher" of
bin qulltnl Mr
nuptial M with It
played the hrkl and I Ith.r
gram .
assembled and : Punch tables were covered and Mrs K: J. Nlrholinnnuutu with white satin ribbon againstgr wr veil m\' carried s pink car Math. robe a. A 'n>.")."ntu of f fIh the> briafl.ct., snd her
as accompanied the. guests &Irs. Keith C. \kith white linen cloths andlecorated :* the engagement<< aa similar' to brlde'i.able. approuchiruT marring of th.tiUughter. I A. the guests assemble. *] HrivlMf t* b Id.l ..ll"n Utit" Invited ,
soloist who sang .... Jr ant guests l wr
Reddish. ."Whither."'Thou\ The silver punch bowl\ ( << Knye. to A. B Mrs. Uwvn Thornton,, puinist, Mrs. OA Mr and Mrs Plum bane were' Mr Jimmy !IA''.. and delightful affair
"Because." Wedding were flanked by silver candle Whitehead Jr., son of Mr ami I rendered nuptial, mu.io an!! Mr. Diana", MrfarUml .lit the Paldsnn. of Aiiioii Italy .". Mrs Johnny I"*., They wore tu tUU M

tout and "The loldera with, white tapers. Mrs A B. WJiJteh.ud. ulStorke accompanied l-l:trnrst Barn, brides .:.ak. and the bride. notiiH'o th. .n.'Jrm..nt. uf( *owns IdrtUlcal, to the honor Girl Scout Notice

Prayer." Mrs. Willie Mae Denton soloist who rang ".BfIC"u.'tuth.r ..," book was kept hy },|Iu Oleml. their rtaualiter. Osbd. .lla.. to I ..UI'"d.nr.11 also l turned" Birthday Party tea snn .

Given In marriage by floor her reeled guests at fce door The hrkl.-.l.rt. a 1M4 gradoats "\\ Thou Ooest" and I Chavl of L <-.h.rl'! ; iMr of Hit"' O-ady XI I suloy l nn of I: pink. earnalU'n caatmda bnu- For Cirri Mllllinnfln Mr. V JI Mp Illal!.iHt' Stout"' r prat.Inge' .
b.tde wore a t thai '
father the the tn-ld" Other aiwlvtlngwer angelmUt taffeta Mrs.\. Helen Malone cut th. of Union County H'.ft "Th Uirtl's.. Prayer. i Mr. and! Mrs Obod M Psuleyof quota.Tit.' r..u" H, ''If"' !thMlno4lt ,"
length gown' of Mr. Matte farr Mr | nave'
skirt Mkto's rake and \Misses Donis School in tik Bntler. Is rm Ulven In marriage( by her I/Awtey" mid the In mar ( | Mullin eelelrard"" hlot .ew.htpl1111. l bit
with a bell-shaped II M MeKs '" rdl|
Chantilly TrawlckQ and Sharyl Ward plo)'." at the A At P> ..'...Mt father the bride was' lovely In J O. Jarksuo, Mrs Pet Paillry. is Itow a..rvlrr rla.t> by her Isthor ace Invly .- set nth birthday 3l.rulat, "i The |nt'r.ni .

re-embroidered In of kept tha brides book. AssUtHK Store Her. finance, who graduated a beautiful l long &:.hnllllyIjx'e *, )1'... Edna Thomas" XI.,. with the U a Army al !lles.l-' I 11a while sotlrt 10.11 .v"ninn wtwn, hi<*< mnM>..r Momtoy. altiiKin meet. '*e Shut: p.
lace. Id> had a short jacket j and caring for with a aw.rthttnirtklin It A (.IulA..I .High Hprlng signal .II.t- fitted 1 ItiKllr" glvtf *<.tl''at.* will
with long in serving' from Bradford Count) gown quarter, tffjnd fratiMlrtg. a Mt M H,, Miiltlns. a 4 :MUDC
Chantilly: lace necklineTo he!' guests were Mrs. Maurice High School in JD\9.: Is employed and bag |l.lnled 1 ant' MrsV I- Stanley of tallest, Handhofen, Orm.nyTti IIC'OOJ> nnklllK- low\ ,, length halniMirirr fry and amity rid and the JiuHnTt-sl

sleeve and sabrlna : was I ATirwate"' !. Mrs Edwin WllUrns. \ at. lUlford Stale Prt- sleeve The gown featuredpanels Alschlw. proT._d tn.rrU.* 4.1. slrtves .lId..1I. klft. .. UhIsr ixrtv for him si their c ntl.<.

the back of the jacket train of \Mrs.\ Marie Sleraer.4rs \ ,. win of ruffles coming to: After spending *"TM tlm I I. still undetermined but U \ rtimniTlmnd. to. whirl on Hall .*,. [ N tice

attached a chapel war Le.U Sapp. and MrsDempney Trinity Baptist Chnrih willb points In the buck Th. biwttr with Ih'lr. aunt Ih. couple fspMtd to be around first was .Iecl.d a chapel 1 train Itlm and hi.. ..vrn frl..iiflMl

matching lace. Her crown pearlsand s.*pp. Favors of clue the rlUng for the marriage was" enrli'lml. with Irtilowrnt 1 l left on a *...".lirig trip to of' Ool loner Th roupu\ .111 llr utUr ofiwunrnt" ..* a '<'iV*
of lace trimmed In wed and be...s in gold taffeta,. and net at 7 p.m. Frktay. Oct and seed par1. Her veil 01'', Ahvlll*. N C. .ivl the illu I II ,,alder In Flortda. after "siHauler's t pelts and dumoii't' i..nlr pnmkUre. and kilns followed by ahm 41 C will _.l W..ln.....*y *fUrmmn. .
lrid scent: veil of Illusion. md while match folders with, I*. All friends and relative pure silk French llhMicm' wo I I Hedge Moontsins The brlii- tour of duly riptre* A alfl. lot' the grwmilf "Miri.r fry during. Ui. Oil. T, al :J.f acloth
had a three-tier weddingdate printedn rmwn of : trsyelwl !In a turfiiol| *.. tljrr. It.' Army In IvntUt rail oC' i.f Mir! >.
waspearl ilver are Invited to attend the ceremony attArhml to a with the U I .r lwmUWr of err""*>ii.Wiiiioinr. .t the "M-mar ,
Her only of the > them were passed on dlverray. and reception: fuUowln I quoon's prsrl Hh tarried. a pi l_ knit. suit with hat t"l March tgdIntertnrdirlte'FU& Ulu..lan WM ."...1....t to aol I. "....l..y ant l Mr. t, 'W':

earrings. a gift cascade by Mbe Sheryl' Ward In the church win<<. French eaacaul.. l t boMMpu.l ofcarnations msl.ih a.d" blmtk ateea.rr.e' double r.n ..1'\11.'\ NIMcafrld KIn..1
groom. She carried a ntmattons. md Barbitra McRae The coupl!l. will r.al U. In / and" l ..t"J.h."tI.c.n'.r..t the alto wore the orchid, from a wui hurla ttapped. ,

bouquet velvet of leaven frenched and tuHe. I After spending some lime Bradford t County. with a yellow throtK hr brlUnl N>u<|ut "leY". .lilt a .lilt* urrhUI, elks l .hlU I l.ii, Dinner (':arty rnruti" N"**"IMM>*,S /I.TSI. .
I Iclald. rtth. their guests Mr. and K. orchid. pieced on her whit rrsbling. *l 111 K.: llrl.lgr Man, \lay Hide ..Iln .,,.._fa. "UI'-'I'11.
with a Catlleya oc:- the "I
centered 4rs covey left l On a wedding Nu Meets Hll>l. H.r only ornament yea I Mtreet. IIt.r k.. Mrs Jurn.r clw, t'JI'f' Mml,, r. of' tit* MVtnsom
ftp to Bloomington. Ill! Alpha a single strand of pearl. a The brio gr..l.tii fromlUnl InUrnsrdlaUi *rro>i|> oito of riant, hl.r'.. **it-l.fUr >. .. Wa1 KumUr Mrh .'t < ).*.. 1 ol tiM

Mrs. Arthur B. Put ray here they will make! their With Mrs. CanovaAlpha gift of the groom Fa high sthunl. In 1M. the Pint IMplies" TTsinlngITnlou mr sslln\ dress with, I that lUptui. CTinrt-h, amihtr

served as matron of honol'and ho mo at 1323 Cast Oakland I ; Mr. Rllem: Stanley. datertat ml lh' groom gf.
the bridal attendantswert twts.Bally tvenue Th bride traveled in N. c-t tP'". fx-lta the brkl*. of AUchua. srvd llra>lfurd High Hilwial In 1IWM .hay rkte fUturday" eveningaourid mnu4 ..Kn a pan and .hfl. l let flSt Uf..*V "-

Mimes BrendA Hard .t thre* pWce. suit of yellow Kappa ( arnnl.. held Its flrwmUn as matron of huaor sal ltb I* pr...ntly employed with UW lawteyKfnt. .ky ratn.tion f/wrta. 'CDSflv. horn ar or Mr Wll.lUMfi i

Sink Dorothy BlankerahlpTh Unfl.IU\ a. white bluu.e. of th. fall SCBMH, I bridal. att.ftooMn ....r. Mrs th. ntslr hoed Department. lake. looP.t. Mr. Wmid, m>Khr of th .. H '.... .t. al Ki4MMl

and Ba-bara d.-.d 'bite. pe.rllaed .uJr.. last TnuraiUy night st tb-.I IU brt C. lUpp and )C... UoUJM .nM nts" of fail I
I on
attendant 'ntrth15'w.re and a smail white velvet ht KtogaUy. Lake hum of Mrs' Tluwrwta. They wore k>l.nUat Junior I Club ..r..eeed refiertimrnls with matching' .rt* .,. also
alike In floor I and .
lawn .
., lien rhufrh _h..hfNI. sore
with veil Levy Canova A picnic! : wppar .. floor length gown of with Rental.SI
of cold crystal length peau d.80ie alreve" Mr Hovey has an auto,I was served by the Chapter turquota. rrxl -1 maim The To Mret Monday rnlttalrw with mukal)tats. .ht. and .phw. pttMlUMl. $ tot..a1 A**...I... In s>sting the It

having elbow prutltlon with. ttMutual mrmWrs of Utarke. .. "warwnu..nfd by MU. Ike Pallingatul .
k .
the dusty bit, n* To
and scoop neckline) hnn in BIoom1ncton.IU. .'. Mrs. Ru...U Hornitn' pre ....kll_. ...Ita",," the wwld.4i j The Junior. Woman' Club lUrtell Ctmr* N.wtoab A tepal.m was r..W In truetturrh | Mrs l* ..UIMxrcutivr Niwv.v.
sheath skirU at the back were I wtiklt .:J| rnrt Mantis at S I \ Moore anti. lnirTtMiraiwon 1 lies .. .1 .U4In..,
Jimmy .tlilrh "
I dried" pier th. mevLinx sale'" ..... whkrr _... allver. IA a .Au
attached.watteau panels\ Mrs. Kdna Hart gav tile .diCotton. I'1--; ; ; Over the .hit p. m In 16* de> hour, .UI on thebrVtr .leeuk. : was 4<...Of.a..t with a.. HoardT

They wore mat -hln* open U""I Shower Given ... Plans w.r e OIIJIlW.t.- shirt fall tvtiglh o. f.Slf1whtrh *.. UM pronwitton" nom onIksdford ." and <..,...... r.,.,..ntnU. of whit.. brW.1 : ) Per Day
hate with nose length J wa a 4. p erlr ,'
box tmYM
fnuHjon nlth
pill The .
County h.
ad for the year and Ih* loJua tfe w.u Accxape: > flrwvf. .stira. trm I > >I .' twl ""..;'"' ,
owed. front MMI* ru.r.
nwvllv raw
Patraycarried *. ... ,\11.
Mrs. rl lrb.
veils' of Uluston. For Bride.ElectAt nhxrefl tit Pet. Novyak. folk Mr Cl ** ,1oW.. .
""** ._ 1T* _._ _
eaownUU* thaltrneq ry will) --
tag wer of
!' .... gr flute x'
boNqllfJ'vi. 'in the. .ba.k.. Thy wpU op. I WM *
I drtin l.rk*
a n.1I'-d: OT."'.ber.Jdp.. Mrs. I'' director of Ih* StarkeCh..ob.t and flo* *H OrUfl" Iasieel ,..".... s1Ut s.h5 ,.. tat,, t
tart* dark cold plvxxhiapompom I Pine Level brut .lHM<,lp r.. vt lbsun of ctrauaw.Tartly and tnfmrnl Mi- ",ur.Jt y .. .-.. ..
Iravea.. aluj' T. Noll. __'- MMKataryn :1 iMl.nsJ a* the. driI eul..ek .Mf' a.! ..... I I. ,... ..It.
velvet .
durse pejrvbl 1 11.t 4 w 4
I t rpvr_. .puMta Donnir NccI t...... with a Ut.I\11'r\ I .. .
gold rtbbona white the attendants Mrs Wayne 8aP th* farmer 'i"I i ""* aIwrt. rttcwl.v .4a as lute. mteg lUeteW. f4 tapir/ with a Mst..we ...._,
.. Mrs. W.rrl .
carried "srad. bouqurti CsroIjTi Oann. was honored !i t. ; .i wud .UJ a sam..tuts. n.a& wl* b* Mrs. Jam.. On BirthdayMr 41Msae -
Ut. rUn .1Mld4 fId It. Dahwers
Bnuihrr \ i i..
polr.w russet
of small dark told ptnocchkipooapnou. at a bridal stio*** otitfapAetnorr i i buM; Tbr .r..1 pine tar Crc rtMirmasi. Mrs. 'Walton of Wilt ,.... rug/ Muiirr
...,.,._1 .lr.. Mrs. Uarn ..t.H1.ilIUIiu' Plied In ... ( am M sad .
Nel ,
and r.-I j I ofn r.IIC" tai H -
I "*vt leave*, 1 at th PtMl c..s. buuge.ta Mrs. J. H Des- M IMrrM.NPisaatAq .e tee
flratff. .
I gntd ribbon ChurehHanUsoti pdwsnenat. bU14iIrl r 1':1.:
UttJe> Marlynn Patray senr- were >!.. Owen Asvarra and mrra. Mrs.' M P. Clog tastIw,1.i 1I 1--. urn W* aS.WbU atJ_ er5rlfah. ... $ i..l.tw pee.

ed as flower girl in a gold Mrs. Atari rsrr. UiWoodrow 8Y': r...* rrli. Mte IMU rto- g s. nr_.r girl wsMl eta TV fgisUv, board wOee4 .....,. t.-r-s.. .. .....LIllI with Idyll as.h 'fl H""nt. -
onib .,. sMwir. Mrs. LeyCaiwsea I ':' Arlo. .l IM' '
Mrs B, M Oil .t I w.
and lw.dvWa Thooaaa, MM TIw pettt
UfTrt Town ** Kr mikry IoDnIoeWn./ .-..?| .
A.amte.. Mra lwettlK.LSMha + 1aw.pa.u.Tin
I fsji orw l MenUcal' to the.. Mates, Mta Austin' rfodr. aboJ.raMi. Mn.. ui. Mire. m a totsar l.*>gtJi 1 ortock. at UM Sum.* of Mr hat.. ,A IlaamW' tin.,..Wig. fML p. "erh .- -. .e..rlaM rnir.rn A Church of('Oirut)
and sh, Brown. Mrs. Pled W, .114 Mr Why
: honor attendant' Mrs Fat brwcr4d aai..m .. rMMtk kleaLsaa law Sh.., .
J, H. Uw IniUsUMV. M4.. W*... ..etTb. white selwatkMU
UtrUnCvnnrf. 11.. Tb.ISpsam S's wish a
carried a white Uc basket dIP WatKTMn. Mr* .M ..,. rP.kawe ......... ere, ns
fined .tU ros prUla. Mimi DMIVM C..l..o. 2.pe.r. .e.1aW tm MO /neat. -.eyes.a.e .."..... wuh eryMewt h*. sty sae puepa.| In tfc. wort,.
6- s *> *f Chr1.I
II Aa IlI&a4"-1"' tapwt. w.La..s .. pr Ann WJiiffenI (( _a- ... p- (11"r
Dr. MsurVeU JwU aV and Mrs, Jeri JMA on.TTM j I __ ma Lag ar_ .114 ibwcm Fran <.. I** y.e4 garMr. treat around high _.. ar.w a ......... All abaabrag.. pso5Zrn.realiseTaal
Mrs.Rrunion a-1I! Tdil..tw It.
y .. will' ..A last
mOtt! *' 'a..crsted larl .. furl, a ..1J&a .- parlahrr M rain ..4 There
Unfed brat > bAA _. S *..,. tn s elate
.... Newya I Ins Birthday '**
rs I M *.say
... ....... .let alira brtblt ...." I I a.A.et Cut. mini awe .
nnH .rw.. wM. a p US. wKlal
weasel t' fcnp
I Ward. t> meta unle.a. .. a **
wr RotxTl th* o saron r.. t ..._ head .r
sad f
.. s..y Kuady \ I** ** ?
nc.n't1W Case.. aN 71 r4.Het. ... ...", SHS) ..,. and l sad Mee Il4ett (Irn.f.wI k*. Mee..we rff *".. l II -
".. ..11. Oen L.vta. and Romwtll' mrnu .* .... elaarrem t fllwws Jana Arcs WhifUnfce tale.bale4 .1.45 wd1 1: 1reN .__Ie aeylhrag tit. w rvl rMlrf *
ny --. Wad* IKVWTIwaa fefr..ovnt t.ae.w ... l'e9'f'n'd .iA ... ..yye ay. lb.. her a.C..h Nrth4alWefrwlwd.I ......- .. .......... M ,IM puiMrfless M1nM 1iI'crYe. _..4>.ii. Iw "._* stJ..>ssr bsvtiovork M 1w..b... frets Ih_ ,..... .. .....,... ti" 1
ring busierMr. with a fc...uf l att.rta",,w whet Mrs >'l'*l -* .. *'.r al life.
1W..u... said. t: _. .",....*. at3orN4 ... flag aser I hap.
&. Clay It .
.. Ward HMM for her < ctorls and eet.+d t ..b.r, Ui*. ti W wlau1.as WexiUir. Mre W II....*. ere Cs.1p. 1 e. .1..1 3.
saw *'M ant .. .... Carat ..a4iJMj wJlaof. ..sillalertMrp .. > r MM _*_ Wig g_,. .. > cad stand-.. .U Merl -.. .. .pew a....
dwhtr'* weddtniT a with an arrn . xUvV..<. 5 ..l1r.. (we al **e *>", a s fi* ",.. pt... of la* t'b.ta" I*
JI&n& .Irteortd e, p. loon! rotort ais-UoU. pomjom.. sndrartt.tlon. .g .... 44,4. pall> lo.' .< a Sat alagiN.I.ht. bad M/s. Sara. tltaat. M>4 In rIh ......... ...... wan onewe deaees....one. tile .,IIUltl I* a ,.. La speak.

"VI .,.. t- _&ria41 taraw Mset. At ew end .! liar' Planned :a.e rut fthk.ra. r WV sit4Whfcr .-. theta whee! CM' HtW. e.Nba sari .. ff Mlis animal wkr the

aem --- 1.a, eeslMraraKed Io6bi ausidt wee srrt.44 flofa I Jot A O.- ...... f., he Jean AN 5514. hey lm. IM4.. Siit11.dde PTA : eatArrveI. and U.. bute" atMtrMM. Nia t"* sU*_t .*.. *UU.*. IHi p..lm4A I* yelvtlusv U*.
.W at toe**** of ptok .- e emul! bawl Omul: trail By ClaM Of I..ncw-.. .....f a lave I....... ...... .- sad. ., .....,,,,. loa ,./tv.iB) eaty caI at II twit. **.** 'tu Oi t" lb.sir. .
des bell 4.IJftt. nlr..ttavhta t ..... ..... aoM ..u. 11..Aaai4. .......... t owl fnWtas ,4114I" Mtie to til* H....r T...*...*..'. Tie metKs.1l ..
tad : 1-
ea.oP TN Platerw.s .w
., .rl 115x .
JN4a.Wra. w.....,. .. 1M tats a- psi *Iti t* U i .. TM ..m-
J...*1 Mother e* the ..... Xr.ar..1n. **>4 erl.a$. t,.. irr ........ n ,i rtq ...-t T- .* ease .ad" U. .MMf u.j ...< .eviurslx *>r Mw Tee*.mm ClWlaU..II
/IJIW .tlj.tb
tr sa we* strjrrtf to s beta.. wn Aoc>p was pge ..a..dma .. s.... .,. .,.... L .IM..t a ri.4 ca: s tttUIipw pot. h.Mre...... ..*. Jraai A X ti> grand'' .., im'S>.. _,....... C.ae.A kapl lh5 Wbk'. bnwkAlga ..r I Ill) B** *4 SIS lisps .rba l>. b...es. IkMM. svemM'to'. I all I III

..... ..uJa SMtrfUnsl ..-. .t u.. ...._..... -- -*. *> Pest ,....
Mk .9t1t4 .
.... eefwatto..a.eee5.urd suer.14.*. 1.. K: >I." *< .. T ,. p Tib* x..atre t s./lhrg. M *
trerlM 5s4 a eearsggw ofasrmwg a .......- bdwr..1r..a. 0.1'f' f .4 gH 4.gMM )II... App, ssn.j>.r tJtf UHgn Meal w.a4 .w ma..4 *4 f ,- W,. r, a ......... !tee Aire.AwJtn.ral .

Cy.wt4h.m ...gla Awl A.I.-- u h.s.wes .... w. be bep1 .... t_ ._ ..i '. .*. .U..4 .a ..... .to ... ,.Si...H SJ.t4,,.; Jln. y Plum.Mr .. K*.i>.... Loa I *..*.*.*... ntr< t*! wel. .m. l. .U....| *Ay. ,
1'br ree.te..Ir lu.l4 IIIUW All III..b.s ..... pel..aaet .. bey .... -a Ire ...111MN A.ty C.saveS.: Nn M .... .a ayer* o' Ik. Ca M.ll al 4.M MMMaaoa Mreel.Tlnn
.a (AIM.T e1 tbs ........ bt'a.e at ef..t r... Peda a.. 0-0&. 1LSad. A ....._ tit. twI: ,. tap

..* >*ejH ana to** ea.4.. .. AnAn.M" 275 .---.., R Pradt ,W"$" "saq a..aI *M+ .*1iI> **M.m. wits .yaw>**>.. ... ........ tr N. AACaelea P _r %aaabM .Lr4 .t lb.I .. .. .mti. Mnro A M atr aw .

.t Mr War*. X,., J.ar.thth -. rime/. ail Iw..n I 7211: 1ili "'f a r i..tyea M4 .tr w.rt..t lwY.g .. T..r.. .... U.cIL4I'.

ferfcat- end /'eb ,.. aa4 for II.bw.t77 IsPpa


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firm last _nt. hi. wife nefcmlaiiiH P aney Farmn, FlriDepart" b* received by the Division of t'nlasu.. curb certifIcate or certificate hall. b* redeemed
Ovid G. Lewis I lahaaaoo cleaning 1 About 15 per cent of the NOTICE OP WALK ,ment and Civil l>.fn... personnel Institution.. until 11):OO A. M. I Certificate. ahall be r..d..m..d I I, aucordinar tt law the propertydescribed
February and another for $20 I Public notice I he hereby irlvnthas EHT. on d..t.. shown. for the according" to law the. priH>..rt> I I In push certlflca.te. or
to a Tallahassee service station Andrews crop was damaged pursuant to and In Mtrlrt' (Jreen. Cove Rprlna; Fir andpoltc ale of urplu property.S'tober !I described In aurh certificate: orerttfcate. 1 I certlfcatt will be sold to the
STARKE Fails To by the two days of rain which acrnrdano with the Klnil. \>for : t.JefuartmantaClay ( S. 11114' fine Gum >' will b* cold to .I thehlarheiit highest bidder at the courthouee
Appear in April. totaled 12 to 16 Inches according ... uf ITorAclOHur. .nl* r*-d ,In I County Road Department Bid Blank. Condition. andHptH'IflcHtlona bidder at the courthouse : door on the first Monday
The State charge that thin cause on Hf.t,,nit, "*r Z'J. may be nbtalnwdfrwm door .on the first MondayIn In Month of .Noi ember. Itlt
to Nurseryman W. T. month of November lli 4, I which I is. the 2nd day of November -
BUSINESS In CourtOvid Lewis violated, a second pro- 1944 the underMlarnvd. HH ''I..rk Iay! County Health V part- State HurchnilnK CoinmlaHlon. -
Green. .uf said Court will on VIonilHy ment lvlnlon of Intttutkm, which I I. th. 2nd day of November 1904
vision of the probation which staff which I October 12, U H4. pall|| Ihfol- Clay County Afrrlrulttir alld state Office liullilinir, Bloxhum I 15414. ated this U'h day of September
says he will "In all respects, I nursery owing' dprlbd real ',.......rly Cnnitervatlnn Depart mettle Street Wing Itoom B-3J Tal- Dated thin 29th day of Sep lttH4 I
O. Lewis of Tallahassee work diligently normally. operates with seven Hltiiat In Hradford County.Klorlda keystone. Height'' "'Ir. and lahane Klorlda. tember. IB... (SEAL!! )
DIRECTORY formerly of Starke failedto live honorably employees. has been Increased to-wlt: /,11,. Imps rtmPtltsIepiity Ralph' K SillerKxecutlv (SEAL) <'HARLES A DARBY.
of violation at a lawful occupation NfcHi of NK'A of SWW. of "Director of Civil U.r. .- Director CHARLES A. OAR !'. Clerk of Clrrult Court of J
answer a charge when he obtained $515: from a 1 I to 15 in efforts to repair II..Uon 14. TownshIp I A. Hinth.Kanar .."*... Area 3 and HtaffKlntldu I 10-1-04 Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Coumy. Florida.
cult Court at Bronnon. Mondayto dealer damages done to the remainder tt Runt coniulnlriK. 10 "PoroHt Service Bradford County. Florida. 1(1-1( 41 1V22FARM
AUTO REPAIRS answer charge of violationof TallHhasHee automobile I I of the crop and keep looses .."r..... more or I I..N: w '4 of ,KMi' 'r..h Water Fish and dam 10-1 ft 1022No'Tl'I
on a promise to use the moneyto of NM'4 of HW'x and the, 1'"ofIDr (ConirnlaMlonHint .
probation. obtain and deliver to the at a minimum. All the HK1' of HWW\ nf Hcition, II. /IVmil Department .M>TI('K Or'" APPLICATION ..*. APPLICATIONFOII
Earl's Garage Lewis, who describes. hlmxclfat i trees were about live months Township 4 M..II(h. Iliinici- 22 Klorlda. MlKhwuy Patrol, Kl>l& 'I" %t ItFFItNOTICB : T.\\ |>|.:.KIKee. >>> I WANTED
a "public relations man and dealer certain surplus government be I I KH.t. contalnnlv a<.rex. more hIatus matlon* WAYlt and ...... 1..111. I'S.. IIM.IA! K....
old. and louses cannot re-
ALL KINOS) !'! OF equipment.The I or li***. WA""; NOTICE IH HKKKIir. (IIVEN' |
AUTO KEPAJH WORK political analyst, was report- contend that grown for planting this sea- I KU of IfW'4"r mv>4 and Clay Memorial. M'o.hllv..n.Ora" : IH HKHHHV: f1IV -:S. that Hen! Wiinlow, the holder of I 160 acres or more
edly In Tallahassee recuperating State son. WVi\ r Of HKh Of rlW',4 ..r HtKrtlonM .... Park and I'enney Farm that Hen Himlow the' holder of 'lh" following certificate. h".1 I
All Work Guaranteed Lewis had no Intention of Township 4 rloilth, ItalixiICant U IIOHPItH|isMAILS the following certificate ban filed paid. certlflcute. for a tax in North or North
Phone 000-2061 from an operation performed I producing such equipment. Tree planting in Florida containIng 3D) ui.r..H mor J ill Key-tone Halarlvt filed said ,certificate' for a deed to be IftNUed. thereon.. I Central I Florida.
in Jacksonville. and normally takes place from or I...... with auxiliary power. and othercommunli tag deed to h. Imiued th..r..nn'l The certificate number and
So. Walnut Starke the '.atlnn Th* cert If Irut* number and of issuance, the Good soil good wa-
At .01. description
was Bald to be unable to stand early December to late Febru publicnotion to ) year -
........ .
highest and txt hldd, .r for Salvation Army Keystone year of .nc.. 'hIm decrlptlon of the property, and the ter. Give price and
AUTO SERVICE trial.Lewis Dove Season ary. cash at the South front door of HelKhl of th* property and. the i name In which It was aaeeaed *-
pleaded guilty to the Bradford' County ('olirthouse V IO'A. Keystone heights name. In which It wa ....*...- 1 are a* follow: full description in

Gilbert S. Brown grand larceny In September, Opens SaturdayIn In Mtark.. Klorlda. '. durlnx Many other' volunteer group seth ar aa. follow, : Certificate. No 7 first letter. No( A-
No. 20
'the legal )hour ur Hul*.. to-wlt nnd period too numHrouii to Year uf Issuance 1901l
Standard Oil Servlre> Station 1963 when he made restitution -' 63 Counties ,0'ru''J OP" "......U. tTioxKOH II :110 o'clock. A. M.l ). mention. Year of iHatiance 1H41Dewrlptlnn .>e..crlptlon of Property LotS t gents. -.
of $1,253 to State Sen. 'T A l>KilHep. : > >,Ht..d this Hr|>tf.mh.T 2'lthI9D4 It 10/1 of Property: All In Blk 19 [...... !.y K of ItTName :
ATlAs I SP]' of NW( H of RVNm .eMed '
"' .18, I'.C.NOTII I In which aa B.
Etter Udher's Went Coast will I II. Sarnowttka
Florida' dove hunters In which assessedEthel .
': I IH IIKIIKBY: TDIKS & BATTERIES': Hauling Co., and was placed take to the field at 12 noon I lien Himlow. the. holder of Charles A. rmrhyA I>\IT\TU>% TO lIlt) BY TuckerAll <1 of _Id property:' helns. In P. O. Box 13238
Budget Terms Road Service on 18 months probation by 3 when the the following ertirlcnten. )lia* Clerk of the circuit" Court' Mrtrn. PI ItCH ishOI. | '>f .paid property. being In. (tha County '.f Bradford tftatt
Oct. .
Saturday the 'ounty of Bradford. !tftatt Gainesville Fla.
I filed NMld. certificate. for a tax nf Hradford t'ntintj. Kloilflil OMXIIMMONCompetttlv I of Florida.
Phone 664-7071 Judge John A. H. Murphree. first phase of the 1964 migratory d..d t.. h. ,.."...1 I herpi.. TIIOMAH MRItCK: Healed. Bids will .> Florida.. T'nleMH aiivh .i-ertlflcate or "

407 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S The State Hays Lewis violated -. dove hunting season The 1 I, i'ertlfli'Kle I llilntljerN" .Hndyear 20a-20G: North' Temple Axe I
HMWM H M B .H a IH i B B BV of INXIIUIICK. I tile dew rip-! >Mtark. Florida
a provision of the probation opens In 63 counties./ lion of the property. and th* Attornwy for PlaintIffs

"live Hunting/ will be allowed liuiue. 'In which;. It wee .-*..*. It 10/1
which says he must .
day from 12 noon until Nell are H* follow' --
every .
without '...rll I f""I." No/
: I 10
and remain at liberty .' ,
Service Station sunset through Nov. 8 in most Year of tHMtlani I.141A1.: O'rlC'" -
law" after plead- I9III Thv HirArd. of I County C'unmliHlnnra -
violating any countlea. Counties/ In which Description, nf Property. Com. <*JHCounty, and,
Go Oils Lubrication ing guilty In a Leon County I first-phase dove hunting will al HW (for at. Illk ID HunN the r lri>rtor"nf fix II ,licfenuB.,
PIIIUJPH! "DO" Court to a charge of passing Brevard : 874' for .a 11 ill. Hun W no'. N ClHy County' rommcnilrt the fol-
Goodyear. Tire & Butteries. ) worthier checks. not be allowed are 102'( I': DO' M 1U2 To t"OI4 In lo-wlnir Hint*, Cult flt). ii nut local I 20 Words. or lens. one tlme_______ .9.1 :Memorial.. Revolutions ?? ___ Be per word
and St. Town or H 'r
Fla tiler. Voluftta. ltwtey of Ky.Nm ,
ROAD SERVICE 1 Lewis admitted that he !gave, Johns and that portion of In.xxhlch assessedft.rt Clay orgianiststint.a County for end
630( H. Walnut Starke Ofll-fllll,, a bad check for J23 to a Tal-I I Sumter County north of State or Austin.Mi NHid property. helnir. In .-oop.rat performainr ion durlnv. of Hurricane lu-ty I and, I Keyed or Blind Ads....____________ 1.2.1 Over SO words ______________ Be pat word .

Road 48; that portion of Putnam tile Couitiy of Hrndfnrd Htateof Flora. : Kiu-h additional word over 20... ____ .05 Display/ ads. In CluMNlfi-d. ____1.30 per Inok

County east of the at. Klorldu.. Hherlff (Offlc nnil' Heputle ____ t
I 1'tilnn .
Muili i certlflcal I or American lt..d C'rimHHcliuU ,.
REPAIRS Johns River and Alligator .rllfh..t. slush b* redeemed.. nf Clay County' and FOR &SALE: HASTINGS MATTRESS
SEWING Point in Franklin County. ,according I to luw I the ,..ro".rIYj Htaff Member.Orun.e ..
dem-rlbeil I In mull, '..rt Irk.,I. ..r t'irk I'nltuisni "'Ir.. Expert Recapping Ready mix concrete. concrete \& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
will be allowed
Dove cerllfcale* will b* *.ld to th*. 'lIE block house ;
Line j l/.rtm..n., sand ce-
We Carry A Complete a dully bale limit of 12 hIghest bidder, at 1 th* court Civil l I..r"* "*.. IMreitor.. <>... By Glenn I ..nt. mortar mix. rock steel, 1710 Lemon St. Palatka

Of 1'AHTS and KKI'AIU All with a total possession! limit i, IIOIIHO Month door of on November Ih. .fIrst. ,!MondayIn I IH44, an-. ,. lark Area Meilowhronk[I. nnd, ,;(tnffHilalr Kin (Pee Wee) Crew I I eyster shell llmerock roof I Furniture n !,alred.I f

:Make Machines ol 24. Hunters must posvesi which I I.. I Ih.* 2ml dy of NoDnted .liptHirf, nietvtMlddleburw' and.. Also Pull Line of Read The ClaIudlledal! gravel. Bntels. BRADFORD" I I Upholstered &: Refinished :
valid hunting license available 1 ",h.BU.. H"lril. l>i'p ,rtnirniDoctor NEW TIKK8: TRUCKTRACTOR :: > ENOR. CO. Phone 984-3831. 1 MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
Monarch thl., of IF YOUR NAME IS
.Pfaff 2Hh day Meplemher
Atlas' from all county Judge 144.HKAJ 'Inlet Fire Uvpurttnent An SIZES i Starke. tfchg InnerHprinfrs

Brother Morse White Shotgun must DP plunged to ( : ,) ,'H sen*nd Hiioil('Iv''"'tOol'lul> Operators Pennsylvania A Dunlap FOUND AMONG THE I and Box Springs :

Singer Kenmore Admiral three-shell capacity and rifle I CIIAIU-KH A n\HHV. (Ireen Cov. $,tntngeIrrali HARDY BROTHERS CLASSIFIED ADS, CALl j BE SURE TO SEE World Book I,
Clerk or circuit I Court of t'. A Card or Call
Modern Home for taking ( Cow MpllliK, KecMHUnit before buying< any other En- Drop
Ne'hl. prohibited I
Adler are itrai f..r'h I County., Klorldn SALVAGE YARD AT THE TELEGRAPH I PAL.4TKA KA B-BI68
cyclopedia. M. A.
New Home ]omcHtlc migratory birds. DUCK slump 10-1 41. *10-22 I I Payne. yoorlocal I
Universal VM. 301-Nortfc SIIALLERStark.
are not required to take duck I OFFICE FOR A FREE representative sine 1956P.
: O. Box: 603 Phone ...-.3794I .. Agent I
and geese when the waterfowl ''''I'U''I .>.r. ntTO .11I lNStIt.NF: TICKET TO THE FLOW.:1
We Will Clean & Oil Machine\ MIIIIM IT MAV COM' ,,::1&11, I tferi
season opens. ,. ., AT RKDITKD: StAfFS PA THEATRE. HOME FOR SALE -4 bed-
You hi
ar r *hy notIfied that
Balance Tennlon.Adjust Feed $5 00 There will be strict patrol- Ih. following motor v..hlrlMjMk : YA'LL COMESee At'TO. ,,'lit F.. BOAT PEYTON FLORIST rooms. 2 tile baths family I

Check Motor & Control.IN linn", on parly dove and marsh ) .> "',,rd 4 Year ii!1. (Moduli" DOTLF.: K. t'ONNERINi.t'1lN OFFICE MACmNr.sCIEAN' 119 S. THOMPSON ST. room. living room. dining
S/dr. YOUR HOME ONLY hen shooting by both -tale l/.M VI U2H.1: will b* ) ('F AOBNCVtfrtig REPAIRED PHONE 964-415S room. kitchen fenced back

and Federal law enforcement Holil, at iiubllo, ..*>.1.!. at }'no p tn.o'clock STARKE TYPEWRITER NIGHT 944-3891 or 969-10! yard. double carport. O L
Send Name Addrem & Direction To: JIIKI'URSewlnJC ( : officers to see that all renulatera on lbs Tin day, of tictIIIII4 Our12WIDES SERVICE DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe financing. Can 964-4275. tfhgB

Machine\ Co., 815 W. UnlverHlty Ave., are unfed to abide by a ol in.hway.1
rulneH': lilt'. Flu. tre! are urged to abide by priM-aeri nf th* *..I.. will Call The Man From _tf tfchg J. ALDERMAN ,
regulation and to bit .1>|1.II.d fIrst to thw,, paymn4of ,
hunting th. Costs l of rntaklniri. tor. "TRAVELERS"(1KOKKK : FOR SALE-Fill dirt top iou BOBBY flOGS AUTO
FOR 8ALE-l% ton 56 Chevrolet
hunt safely at all t.lmPIi. hue and *MA. of *nlil. motor v*. At10Wide '; K.: LARfE: tractor work. new and ueed I BODY REPAIRS
Hunter should rememberthat tilrl, *nii Ib. rnnl of puMIra. truck. Runs good. See
the lion of not'lit, of sale. ) and. I then Keyitone Heights building .uppllea. W. T. Jackson I Hollls Knight. 131 W. Call AUTO PAINTING
when hunt on
they tn the. .atlnfarUon. of Ih. bal' Prices "Traveler'tt I Insurance I Building Material and Machinery st. FREE ESTIMATES

land' of another person they anc flu. unilvr. th. rniktraf't Agent for Supply. Phone 964- tfchgJ 411 S. Walnut St. Starke. P1" ..
Respect the owner' with &1... I'urvl 'li. Brown of
are guests.and Good .il-nral. ,Ivllvory. lwt.y, Florida M.H.M.A.Approved. Companies'* 4001. tfchg I M ROSIER _tfcha 1
right financing of aniS' motorvohlcU Tel 473-4692 :
manner keep down pouter Any ...",,1... will h* Day NEW & USED PURE OIL COMPANYTwo FOR RENT Klngsley!! Lake

which keep you out paid. I tn you ind you will r*. 473-4325 NlU-g bay service station for home. 2 bedrooms nicely fur
main llabl fi.r any balunr' Auto f Ire Home Business CHAIN SAWS
rent at State Rd. 100 and nished. Well heated connecting .
tnalnlnif. U"I'|'alil und.*r alil, TOP BRANDS
Five Million i irtractM., Monthly Payment Flan $50 Up Walnut St. Large volume lo garag private pier

T. Harnhart FOR SALE All Makes cation. Paid training avail. and boat hoiine. Available
Good business Repairs!
t'ollvvtlnn M r.ilni -
Pine SeedlingsLost .. >rl Finance. Uurp.' of Kla.NUTK '18 Years Financ- and residential properties InStark. able. Call Jacksonville 356. Sept. 1 to June 1. Call Carl

To DoraThe It _ .. Improved\ and unimproved McCulloch Dealer 1331 or write P. O. Box 3157. John. 9644201. tfchg I

TO AI'I'MtMl ing AvailableSEE H V. Station F. tfchg
H P. ODrawer
". """' \ -rilkVAMM UK Till. Knight. WUconain &: Brief .I FOR" BALI!: Appro- 4H! I

Florida Forest Service NTAIM l>f ri.'.OMII. \ TO F, CIy. tfchgW ft Stratton REGISTER NOW FOR acres land with six: room

has announced lose of 5.000.- 'Tnoma A. liu. ....n, "I'. I). Q DOWIJNO ADULT EVENING CLASSES houM>. bath and screened: I
mtedUrig from its lion l iCi.>> llllllM. >rouh, ."' .w Myers Power Tool
000 pine its",.pehlr. Basic and high school re- porch. Centzal heating. Recently -

nursery in Chlefland due to You are hereby no.UI..1. that FOR: SALE2 acre lot two 230 N. E.; 16th Ave. fresher courses. Individualized. landscaped and drive

wind and water damage by cult for divorce "ha. b...*n rll.... Dad & Brad miles from city. Phone) day. Galnwllh 378-3411 I, Instruction. Start at any tim added. Tennhttreated..
...In.' you by '"IV""' ... l-"l"
Hurricane Dora. I lusirn In 'the C'trrult. <*...'rl of 064-5174 night 964-5171., '- I I 2.00 per. course of 18 weeks Hollywood drapes In every

The damage which occurred hired.rd ('..lIn,)', Klorlila..'. In tfchg FOR SALE 5 room homecorner ,, Negro adult students apply U room. Hotpolnt stove included -

optember 11 and 12. represented flmnory and you ar* minlrod. LarsenAT Cherry and South I Principals office I RJFHigh Call 969-3831 or 964-
tu *irv. a ciopy of your Answeror HOME FOR SALE- 3 Br. 2 r
loss. of 112.000) 96426 -
net Bargain. Phone
a plwadlna. : to al hi ('oml>l.lnt Streets. School White Adult students 8801. tfchg
to $18.000 according to Aaron on the,, I'lKlntlff attorney.. I bath CB. hardwood Hoors. I ) 1 or 904-7111 tfchg I apply to the Adult Education -
State IleforeitUtlon. l'lirl. //1:. fr_",>*n. Is I). IlinII 1356 Blandln Court, phone I A. C. SLADE BUILDING I
Jordan. ilnlvlll, KlorliU.. and 964-3194 LONNTE FULI.WOOP Office SE Win. USOBuilding AND PLUMBING. Price
Supervisor.The rile Ih. ..rllnl 'In the offlcr. ofHi Lake Geneva _I I rear. 1 to 4 p. m. you

slsh" pine needling I ,'l.rk nf the. Circuit Court.Hirk FINK HOMES: FOR SALE FOR SALE!: OR RENT 1 dally or write to Adult Education can afford. Call or see me at
*. florid. on or boforrIII home after 6. Phon. 289-4491.
'were growing In the Andrew Sill' day nf Nov.",."..r. A l lt I'I. Sales IN 8TARKE store building 1 furnished Drawer 100. Starke. Business -
I ,othvrwlM. the all***.iloiiof .. Trailer I I I and _tfchg\'
II owned and operatedby t I.*4, ; Modern masonry homes. 3 apt.. 1 small furnished houae foreign languages
Nursery, M ......ph.lnt will to* ,taken
I the Forest Service! andwere a. ,*'*..""r..1 l i.y youllalrd and 4 bed rooms two and I all at 331: N. Temple. Ave. I music' courses available tfchu FOR RENT-De* rmbl. apartment

Uteri to O to market lhl.. lth day of Sep ONKt. three" baths. Exclusive Phone 9H9-398I. tfrhg] one .h*lroom furnished
s of the ......h.r. A. !I'.. Ult. ; 100-1 Mile S.E. dential areas for the 1"f'fI1-// I FOUND Female" Hound and 2 bedroom unfurnUhed.
BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH I Uil* month a* part IHKAI.I: FOR SALE!: 3O( Gauge' shot I I Contact J. L. Slide SladtChk.ken
St-rvkf's annual sal,. Ready Chirlr. A. ....by. clerk Keystone Heights discriminating Prices run I gun-double barrel. Good con Farm old Brookei See :Mr. CarrIe Ward, 419 N.
have ,'lek, uf I hue ClrKilll" C.,ur4lritforil much less than replacement Cherry St. tfchs
for market they | County. Kli.rdl.. I Open dition. Call Don B_ weU. 944- Road 4tp 10 II .
cost tree farmer $4 prr Uiou :N fartvrI'ppuly costs. Equities run from
My J n I. Sundays and Evening 2tlOO tfrhgWANTED.Bsby
WILL WASH and Iron or
CUrk $ROO 00 upward to full cashprtoe. FOR RENT!: One bedroom
.in I 4t. |lon Kindly tell what. mend In my home. Call 964-
us In
; you sitter my trailer trailer apace with. patkM .

\.tI.. Of ll-..rl.. .>. P.iiti-.1u. l lT I, .- --. -- want.\ wt have It and mill be home. Mlddle-a lady For and overnight parking 3524 4U-hg. 10 a

C... S ie.IeC ted lbamd.sea5 I i a-, .-:Ei;: _-..:: S I glad to show it. more Information call \964W41 t; Westmoreland Trailer Park. FOR RENT -Nice for Leas. 2

.... III I .ased PisliedU A. J. Thomas Realtor Tel.
ill > au-hg 10 1 Phone 99-33. or 969-3151. furnished\
pta. ready now -
...... Is i.eee P." 9H4-570I
FREE FREE .. "h..nI! .,ljr CunvvrnYou FOR RENT-3 bedroom concrete U h.1 I more later. Lights and Water
will !late niiilf that In furnLihed. 944-7191
Cau or
.i.. .ordoiir. with Iho I.rovl..1. FOR SALE--B-ller oil hester block, house with. storage FOR" SALE 12 ft. 4 bunk

nf $...ttoul. II* Oil lhrou. .h 114 If 70.000 B. T U like nrw Also room In back.: In City tOpI'J' New Moon Camper. Oood I 944-15412 tfrhg
......It. harIna 1WT
I"I..r'.I.' teitte. a
.. ga cook itov-. Hotpolnt refrigerator month. Po-arnMon Sept. condition. Contact Gay LraYltt. "
Mill l b. h'l'l. '10. the ll ar l lof FOR SALE $100 equity- In
Ciiunly iNn, ,,.1..1....*r* >fllrailfnrd Phone 964-5464. 25. H. V. KnUht. I3S W Call This S. Wal :3tp! 101 I 1963 Ford Econonnv Pickup.
$ 00GROCERIES (*..unty.. .'I"""'*. In I I :n.-tw 10 2 St. tf'h.MAN I .
.. Take up payments Call W.,
Courlrnom of the 301 north-
the LOST On Rt.
County 5..."..h.,"_ .In Hiarkriorld do. 4S-IKM/ 1 itp 10-8
.* on T...-'*". t.p...bit US4t WANTED FOR full or bound between Starke and I ILawtt'T.

*. lie. *i Ie") *. m OH lbS 1 let. good coivrlillon. 4 new part time work: to representElertrolux a..&.. Sept. 36. the FOR RENT OR SALE 3

urllll-n. of K. I.. Hirl mud Mat?, llrm. motor ovcorhaulf'dfOit Corp in Staxkr following Items: 1 Telephoto bedroom house on Keystone

lion.U 'Hlrl.wee .>*'Is prm wife., ..(wn whlrwll,... mla. -whoel. 1 drive' Jeep&ilva- and surrounding -r-a. If In. Lena .ISMMI: I Kodak. 76MM Lake Reasonable phone 9644BO -

lit.. of a "',..".* ..f oM. ll.anl tion MInT Camp. Rt. 1. Skis rr.ted please write or phonrHertr ; Focal" Length: 1 Kodak Tour- Itch

,.r. ('..".....pl.h',,. l'ulftnI I....'''r..lu.sttnC'''.'. ......, Felt H! 7.* fMarko 2i4'h. *II 151A5'O4 T-ylor. IM E.: Bay 8tJax I tat Camera "630" In leather

,n thai, Ml. UIINO!
........." th.** p.......I\.f.\ ... ( 3tp 10 t Russell J tiller 1301Trueman : ..pln* or biinng\ JobH4.106 Phone
used phitted, *....,* h....'_" ..' WOMEN Christmas arUln '
; .,._..1".". end ,.....""... ..... with Avon Road. Orlando. FU Itrhg
starts early I
I FOR SAUl: Strawberry
... .....
.ar' 1015
,_. I.ht e.f 3tp ,
Cual" 'I.lm., .SilT.l..rM*. ...* tti. 1'uMI< 'I Coamrtlr" .part. or full Hint Plant*. Fla. to'.. Carkw" John- FOR' SALE IM4tipr-

.in cud .. ,... 'I.<1- ly.>.* wllhln. i1UQ1H valuable sales! trrrllory now nun Bus S5. Lawtey or phon WILL DO twine for all In* eport chevy' 4-* .d Radio

MIJ, d.SltibdI pnrtloa. of..**fallow.KI Mr**.*Mai h., ( a\'allabloi' Writ Mn. Oulda 72.3136 Itrhg family Also Bardoll. cloth- and heat* Take up payments

MONTH 7 P.M. ..li.v.. .HW..ard. Olaton. A***.. Aonost. P O lbs &40. UvPl *.. for 8-W. Maori Orern.pfyorte .1 I with nraUI equity.
DRAWING LAST WED. EACH I salle A"....... illwisaa. Acas.blaytield (_III. FOR &kI..Etarwe. cable win M4-39I3* Up Phor sun UpFOR
V..5".. l'i wtd "PI". FiE!( lll[ ftLT.TIP PU ttk. rvrw 1 .ln.1 brrt shot
.......... 11,1cc. Wbeai,.V ItrU..
)HarIIK" M....1.4.l ......* I FOR RENT PurnUhdttovrutalni run. New' A C Spark pluga FOR 8.AL&-1T head heeded RENT Houae Lr-iWr

|I'vsa., aa* A....*" 1..1..-*. Ca garage apt I Edgar Burrell. Rl. 3. 8tMk. hereford rattle. 4 row and Can b. me-rd' on your own

Often ....-n 5*, ..... ...t MMaptun WRITES THIN I room" and bath Efectrtc kit- Up talvn. S hrlf-T U A. Wynn. Vat. J. B Wt.lt. phone 9.4lal .
Come Register |-.rk. r.i>r-Miii.a Ih* NKSKH .f r""n H4-TIII: lithe Up .
Hampton Jt tn
.. In .-..1 "- II. Twwnnlt rot< soist. pc>i.*t fit art I ,"U: iirtr WA'4TEI: )
....., M-**. It-Ka-t. **4WW II'i
t etoth hum*, a caC ..1K I
,, FOR BALKtlou** Ilk. new
.f NW .f It, $--ll I.aIt. FOR RENT--J room furnlah- i
ToC.iiP I.....-'... M*_.. )otfl 3 b<"dmxna.' oud .lurllonUrhind Men In good hr-lttv minimum ... apartment tllhtkr furnbOed WA.MT TO BUY-ttprtoht piano .
NO OBLIGATION It.KaM ...! .>.1.' .. '. 5mrtu.> **._*l potM dfp. I Cro-by more ,s mu> .
....1.J In, IM.t _... fI education iUi irad.age Carport. .41 per mo Mi-t be reasonable C4944B I
usia...r. I.* ...MU., r-- -*. t>r ....... .HIM !k>*<, oOotlrvt ink.Bnske4 beyond Stark city OmlU on 31 to M Contact the P...raonnrl 1105 RAIford Rd Mn. L D .,.S or auto P 0 BoMA -

.. Cnv-tr. rKMl4. wkltfaau4 .. ... Halford Rd C-U: Mr Or-nt 8un- no l" 8
f. 4 ... bale ...... b.asea.l total. I D-pn n nl at Oro-n phono S4O-71: ar>! ru >tp

... I. ,... pusbtbAll S24..... Atlanta Cea coflect land Tr-inbur Onur. P. 0

WINNERS -- SEPTEMBER 30THIDtHT.AS ,lnir.e.C M.. ""-....* may *.. 49 ;I for rtooa* No 31046 \\ettWATTHCHrUa BuS SO*). O-tiMxwU-r. Ftortdatrng" FOR AALE Florida :fo. *0Straw
..... and *. k-ard at ,.>. ll-i* 151 brrry plant Contact POR RENT 1 \\I.-cII.-a
a4 Ptc... aM". s. .Ifl-4 I WA4T5)PIwTsBO. Harold Ottma Bom 1M. OrlfHOUBK rttrniahrr sisrtm.nt .ult_**.
;( IIAUUitto: .1. J. c. mms; sis.oo ties... ISis. ...._M. ..t5.I .- _> not
i :. r H4 but flaIA'cO' StreiE leu for fc-cMnr man or lady PrtT -
.4sI ; I ItAVX: rOVTCDIATB OF'4Iso *
BaaIaT7. fled \lot.l and .t. both and .fKranre with
2-UOHKItT DKI.I.: $25.0(1( I. -JOHN CltKWS: $10.00 Is I..K..UI.. .'* ...sasly ."sisisIeaI. -.tSiw IIIl.w. ..* _..... Phon L-wtry. for oo It12&O..... : FOR SALE: Lam 94Unt spars tor car. Phone

............ t s.esv P1.t4.11w . )', JaM Itrtx m-iv A*. _> to S* AK: oprt I brdn-icn and _*n or 4 b 'droom. -
7 3-
M4-.c21 TO w Call a.Urhc .
....... A jaseby.t1..5 IttH "' I N for !_ M7M vr *-... KUdwn' with brfat
.f .55* ISemylTSc..e II i .
a....... I FOR "A1nwm FtocU *0 -"-. Ag, 29 to U IWouU I....... Mr x 14' Urtnginnn.room .

SERVICE %".....,. fool' Pall).S..... *- pUnU. U.. for cntMidrpjb_* woman tat .. wUlt f-n>!la..N. Prttrvdyr
p IL ,......,. ,5). Bradford trite put T aobr HurarrrNc I. 1 lMa pty III_*>Ut S pastatM
I Mtt In Uw bd ('cellarS Ned .......... n. .. .. IUkHtMe.04.
III' 11 ICCa. C OofcrmOrtma Lot-x: P and ctr-n tn prronJh trv down pam'.uI744' pDw.tht

STATION County O 110. 2S1 PIMWlTa* I .olt_. Car .- MOIT Ho__* a.. WM-naor-Uad 8V or PwM4 111M UenwT S.daa

a. ._.. C_VC Of ?5..ae. 6:1>> !. Tl teen nut*. W. tr Uv For ..4X4 UrtutFOR *"_-. *rry" tex-t rorUUoaiPAGE
..... S _" 015a.eMs nM" .ua In4afer
Sc led P.. _.-1 personal tot.ti> w In ywwfhan se tot r

_.. writ* } H MkO-rMy \ALicI.r5.' "a- 5.v t-.liE7 Matss.
Starke Florida T-J..I. ca-I .-r.a fT. r-rMHUa__ Hiprtr -Ir' )oIp, WuUIa a' P.evk.tyw6a
jn A rontm batS. -p* Ca .**-.lIfttf_-. P 0 B-M tn. Wuv\ rvMrtK "
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v. :: 3.34. Jtrfcg I.*IS Ptwn* .*.-.nl. Iktas Isa
1_ C J Kill $.,.-, and N..4 IIirY




..K 19 med rty tbe'OIlrt or Bradford County TelegrapK

nday. RTARKR. FIonl'o.TIU' NoiU1M\ 1.191i&_
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dep.Br- I ,/ & : I WHEN THEY COULD HELP FHP Work. i Library Finances wall chairman of the Library

I I Two Wrecks ; To Be DiscussedAt Board.Mlastrn Santa Fe Nlatondirk.Region, Library -

! or 1 Oct. 9 Kxtooiion: Director w n
dak" 1"nllnlr nutontoMle acoident Meeting '
Where Were ? ; (I !explain' the Federal Library
They .
in which no one ,was
- Ready For The 'Dark Ages' Again? injured were. reported this ,! Special mvctlngn are (being/ Kxteimion: Act.
: wbik by the Florida Highway held throughout! Plortita.. <()dS..l. Friend of tho Library public -

D Kdltorlal: from.. ,, '. / PiitrolI / 1/.. to dlMru the nnuni-liiK: official, civic lender, and
Sen. Goldwater Aims To Oust REA ( t the **iiuiu Of libraries. in KloruLi. The other Interested In
I Hotll happened SaturJar' ntj Iml'ru'Ina
u"Dcomoc.rl&l. U\t. Oakweekly I NotthoiiKt I
i 1 the some. tune. R'lorti1 meeting will IIhl'II"Y" .cervices are ursteil
"The future of rural electrification can Enterprise Institution for PublicPolicy I nrH"|pni.r| ) 1 30 p.m and both approximately were! in- ,, be held nt 10 n ni. irrlUitv to. Mtturttt this!'! mcetuitr\ l all

is at stake in the coming presidential RestlUchwhich has urged[ II II I rI -;,;. \\I,4totd; 1 by Troop* J.vM Oct, I 9 .Mt the Holiday Inn inGameavllle the Stirko: llhmry.. 00&.6221&

election" That is the belief of NormanM. the elimination of REAare noon I "M""r. w,r*, they Greenwich t'Wtio'; ; where otherwUe people of Siiwannev jrounty HMlla.Mi( I Alrt.I, I|I I for further Information.

Clapp, national administrator of the Goldwater payroll in key positions. I 1 Aa every person In Suwan- they ,.nilil he cursing turn to* A< in all Umet past. .. .>.t leriou. of the two( .crtcun" H.Llbru"t.-h"1 Schcnk.. Am. i|I I :\I\II..US"
!tEA.It Here are the four: i nee County knows thin community and d..tlInar( ,'., entcrprUc.religion they turned to 'their fellow cit- .nap wa 100 damage ,Inll'// oontult.intvlll ry.uchtlnn Nruv.e'ra1t"rlr'r

id a belief that should be of grave Peter O'Donnell Jr., of Dallas, n '' ,has boon the victim c.ipiuiuni.t lubor.l ixrna. both bltck and. white.! iHl!!) Cheyi'olet owned< by note speech :\hmb..I'A..r make. the key.thepanel \\.. :MiidUtin(in. i 811Stun ( .
| of unwarranted unthinking and l mona, ,.,omviit, and And we aided m-e Aubry\ John'on. 13. Aiwllor I / Nt.Sunduc
concern to 1.385: families: who are served trustee of AEI who spearheaded the everyone rich other/ on library, reoiirre will $.rvl'.II". ='lundsy4hn"I \
unfeeling tension between the 'elite, will :.rarnin to b.. Hud It not t been for ltnme \ tathined at Cecil Kteldi .
by REA in Bradford County.It national I raft-Goldwater Committee I Include Alu.-huu rmintv' Stnt.Rrprfxpittnlive .- .. HI'S:' .\ M. MOI'nln.c.
i races during ret-tnt months drat< class dope uiMlct\, iiivlitrnnitnlng liite. rtKuMtnnoe from the Red ''i nest Jackionvllle HI. car .
should also be of grave concernto before the GOP convention. Wa h. went Ralph TiirlinK Worship, I II I IA AMI'n I Training
Y seen agitators' obsi-t-nr I tunes' on'' Cron" and Salvation out of control and nil\
in the Karl lies, a Washington writer, Army the ton;; Robert" Drlinrcr t'nuui ( ton 6 lit: I I' :MVn.hip Hvenln:
everyone coma,, Into our community to a ukll.An. people of Live Oak would have two ptiai thiilf! mile northof / ,
!Heights[ area, since we are fortunate who was Director of Special Projects! I insult and( Inflame. Several unfortunate .) thoie ore 'the ot.herInlag1l1th.d IIh..red.. what" little "was" left/ Stark on US Sol \vhrr I County. Clerk. of the (luiutCourt \ ) 7 :10. ,r MWedn
nJ l liul ,, ,
ii H.tvroiM Kn; i dar Mld+ wk Worr3
enough to for AEI when Goldwater selected him lnatanc. : he
have ten into
a rural electrification have aeon ouU comma Into Therevn n, rectal. strife water standing! on{
\ ,
-- cooperative located in our midst.: A to be his chief speech writer for the' vinlenca averted only by cool our land liVe. the mother of and unrest. here this week the pavement' .. ship 7 .IO f .M

cooperative that: campaign. It was Hess who wrote the heads on the pert of how offlolula the flovenior of 1.u.'hll..tL.. { Just folk who have for yearn There was one !):....".t.t In
trot the Rood J people of What possible bunln.i.>a abe had the cr Chalice, *
1. Employes 175 men and women in highly controversial "extremism" llted and w\ both race of Live flak 1 i iI 1 In St. Aiiffuattne\ beyond ux of Jckt>nvile.)
the Starke-Keystone area speech that Goldwater delivered at the determined to let their faith" Days> st 1 Days
from the We wottUI Only i
Puily we recent A
pupera bitterly the in tKCity painter Till-
2. Has a monthly payroll' of $75.000 Republican convention. I!' tint sympathy Met efforts (
read of the Ifl ONLY
airltltora pourlntt family members o f Klorldii' t to bring ponce safety. and man ,gin I'oftner. 13 was ONLY,
-almost $1,000,000 a year. If it was W. Glenn Campbell a former Director into our titles, englneorInKi Governor going\ to that state bnttared' charge: by Trooper Hollla
n't there-YOU'D MISS IT I of Research!' for AEI. is one of j i i i' where. there. ia none to cauiie atrUe and. turmoil. flooded noimulcy.: community.to. and with driving while Intoxli'jited.

The Republican nominee Senator Goldwater's two staff economists for j'' Ignorant and totally Imberllio Hut they do thin' In the name. Hut CORK and the .:i"C1'hit" Jtittitixlav, when he ran !Into>> a'' VAN He PRIEST
Barry Goldwater the campaign.Dr. trained airltfttors that they are helping parked
doesn't like electric prey upon aided neither car at Brliuon'k Belt .. .
They -- .
cooperatives. He has said so time and :Milton Friedman, a member of the, utored people and Reek to Well. the big qii....iuin in are on 8 R. 100.( ) Ditnuife toh... -of
not to>> be found< Th *r !ea Sa>. t' .:.) .
t time again and again and A El's Advisory Board, i is Goldwater'schief 1 threaten ofAclala and the peo Live!,Oak today. la'' Where are' are doing nothing They do parked autoou otitie! ,,1 o' tl-

- again adviser: /economics./ pie they not .seemingly find It to their owner WM In the store at thrl
; j I In a land of law "'a have a Today a large part"1It the time, wa. "
aatimated' .
at *:.V) :
: : He would do away with them-if he "Talk to his: (Barry Goldwater's!) croup that, believe that law colored, population of this city. |liking to help out their colort I Ir .

couldand has done his best' by his advisers, ask them what he might ia only for one aide. Th. law. .ia homeless. !hungry, !poorly. brethern when a dtmater I l lt
vote in the U.S. Senate to do that eliminate if he were President, and th.y agree with moat be abided clothed mlaerable and t1n''t.' ... l like this. atrlke. They would r Willis, Pleads i
II IIs very thing. they will come up with only one sug! by alof\ the people but nut by, the terrible torm of 1 rather upend tnolr time ntntinir -

ed.T, : Senator Goldwater Is recorded as ICtion-the Rural Electrification Ad- !, thoae they diixiirre. with, on the "peat ", ..k. stet I( / (and.. and raving tlrlliullThtly'U rioting satiates\ Innocent In I j 8I

voting almost 100 per cent unfavorably ministration.! They all think it has I| whatever pretext. lire1) be Where" la the N A Arl'. where. t

on issues! concerned with REA served its purpose, and could be done | violated other. with riot. violent or I I. CtMlE. the Student
I and rural electrification.In away with without too much trouble" i, any they rauana.And d* this bl'au, te,, the Urbnn Coordinating I...HRIIC Oimmlt SNICK!- We would. hop that when NQ.1t 'i ; '. I

I doing HO he was hewing to the That is a quote from "A Report in the colored people, are' nuvponedly and the multitude of other t they .10! I the colored people of pleaded\ K Wlllu: of mark' I .

political philosophy expounded in his Depth" on Harry Goldwater," a thick peraecuted In tho South. itrgnnliAtlon that lnfe-t, thin t this community will' ask tHem Inncoout" to a morale \ : c

I II. book, "The Conscience of A Conser volume now available on the newsstands I> And ao In Live Oak we have land. IIW. i I nlmpje" qU..Unn. marth'pks( before'- day, Judge pttlrsedII4a i; f1 .f"'f.. ... *-' ,I :: ;
Count T "
- vative." in which he said : "The rnv.! published by The National Observer had our problema with ihrr;; I' can't find them i| "Wilier.\ Were You Whenou A. YMr Tuesday" .. 1 .i. jB'

1I I I.IJ ernment must begin to withdraw: froma a subsidiary: of the Wall Street after almtlitr to those of And whodhl the ('"1",1" 1 You. W)>r. Nee.te.1!" f "NT.11.' ; s'.l irr MWd flept.on 24'J' '": .I",,',Y,'11 tSti ,., .

IJC whole series of programs that are Journal which often takes anti-REA I 1I fmir waifanuI ehrratne''' J'I B

k- outside its constitutional mandate stands. .f I I rum *1Ih UA1nC "Inwd and I... ," "f

I. from social welfare programs, education The article obviously substantiate |I and ao I ask you to PIJEABK'from Cuba." What was" ldwaa HIV NCCH In a nonprofit\ rtvloua'IAneuagr truer a IeW.I" I J'' .-. '

! public power, agriculture public what many people have suspected for ,die' u.. the name. and iome-' that. Russia. miferrd. the. nonparlUlan" cltlaetia\ committee rWione'' sitie warrant war J

housing: urban renewal," and on and a long time : that the nation's rural I thinK of the background of a Miipreme humiliation ot I mining formed In Cleveland. in. luu"d. on! complaint ai,,,,n.d I c"BIG .
- electrification program Is the Number few member. of the t NCCtl, tta altliM around in full I t IVcember road after the as.Mimlnatlon I by Mr. Inet. HUrlln of Lawiff I //fa/4/ PORTRAIT'
on.In One target of Senator It U my iinderuandlnc. that view of the whole world, And of Prenldetit, Ken t 1rhtn..d. the off nM
he made the Goldwater and
astounding proposal t 'the U 8 Government' .. a walking. them home aM..ln," ( ni-rly !Ita leaders Include task place on Aug. II. ,ID 90 '' r I
J of selling the' Tennessee Valley company, including the GOP vic.- eat. : and :31, Willis ha been lr. ,
of more 1 than 1.000 or.*n-i a feet that even .readei r Duke\ prominent cltUena In Cl ve- r
Authority to commercial utility interests president I nominee. Rep. Miller.( tsationa.wtUQJ) are! communUt 1 we believe would not tare to landboth llbtral/ and con under bond. oft $500 otv>> rash I

"even if the Government could The full significance of this threat or I'OInmun..t.rrnn.. .... The' I dUpote. .aerv.tlve- -who often dl a.reer of Uia four warrant on If SIOO reg.S 8.00

! f get only $1 for it." One year later he to REA might not be realized by many''' John BlichSociety II( I am not U ,...d." Duke has proof I >out I'ur.nI""**. but onto Al plea4Jd' VII)' 1'I1t..s.11") (
toro told an audience ''in Sioux Falls S. D. younger voters who..e years do not a member) U not on the' llt. that there AHB RuMUn mUj & do agree that "vlftlence and II.* not .SUES: y t fQ the

that "h EA has outlived its useful. permit them to remember! the "dark I do not know whether. the j j! idle. In Cuba, the fltatt II I- twlumny" moat be removed rlutN'pmt'ssb't'! fur a ,n-

r'. ness." Age!!" of the 1930'*-before REA came ADA of which, Hubert Hum- I]I paruneltt' would no doubt b- from Amcilcan political 1 W.. 1l/nlnrry'.besrthlJud. fill ..*.".| 'Wra.fc eauel I
i- wire ia a ro-founder. I.J i grateful fur the Information N..mr. and ad4lrfM of rtlier .. -\)1.) eel .sold. I ltaa, uho.'rcMKtuct -
What will the to light the homes and lift Will .. At
1.335 families. being help the )s ib.l.5nphu
1 wall
.. &
-t'I I listed "but" In my opinion It 7. Our reaona fur not members would doiibtlaa' I be a prellmin
I served by REA:; in Bradford !say! to burdens of those living in sparsely certainly should be Any or- wanting time rradtim A "ut'pU..t by Mr wontroio U &.*, Itvarlnfr! Into ait.. .JtniHmwdninaa .

lea that ? settled areas of our nation. .ttanUatlon, advocating the Texan Look at Lynchm" artfully reader Dukes. care to writ or bat granted 'tit. VAN H. PRIEST
Not only is Senator Goldwater ,an "We were there"- as the flaying transfer of all military per- covered In our edltullal .ret'allot Mid an -afly date

j avowed enemy df REA, 'but his goes! and it was a never-to-be-for. eon".' and ''enMipment t\m\ ,. of 0ept 11 We have II.H. nor Elk To Welcome Could M ...t
running gotten the U. 8. Oovernment the 0 I 1 do (lnt itmllar'' [t Tluirs., Fri., SAt. Oct. 1 2, 3
to read
mate experience to ride through w -nU in (
Hep. William Miller' is justas Di.trict Official nil rfioirr' roMr[ r.ray ....
a; I IIt bad. In terms of percentage, Giddywater'a some of our rural !section with our U. N. could have only, oneaim. 1 near book that have been I'' yat| ...... (... hi rsA. l.lmllOn* I'rr :Sulijc-l=Two I'er l Family.
U oldi
then County Agent The> overthrow of the written about Barry () 'Monday Night
votes have been 92 cent on the night that situIs.r. lf.rta| KfiTKKHKOrtlL $ -
per H Oovcrtltnent I have read i water, Richard Nunn Dwight
unfavorable and REA power was first turned l on. and ) ....nleut. H-n.. TKtfOftAHl Kach: .\d"lliunal| l Subject' .1.05\)
eight per cent favor many tlnv that the charterof D RUenhower:! John r All:I mna rte of AUrktU .
visit with farm
t. families,
able. Miller's have been 88 per cent unfavorable the enjoying. for the U N. demands that at Kennedy Harry H Truman ..l.e No UU'J. H P O Klk
t and 12 per cent favorable. first time the benefit of electric all tlmml the U N rOl"('..' Franklin. I> llouaevelt, are ourdlally |muted Ui upend, '(

He has been described 1 as "liaison! officer current that had been enjoyed, until Ct>mmand*tn-Chtef be a Herbert ho"., Warren. !Uw rmular m etln| of the

- and general agent( for the private that time, only hy resident. of urban RUMlan.If Herding!, and 110 otv .See even 1 luila. .* on Monday nl a hi, Oct

a rj power lobby"' during the long battle communities.We you refuat to print thta. to O>oi'. Wachlniton( ft In honor of Ihe official' rout ,
1}j I Ir It the power 'companies waged' against do not think these' people' haveso will you P....... wilte\ and tell 1 1-The pre.ld-tit of NCCR or IJUlrU-l trinity Orand 1:11':

ut public development of soon forirotten what it was! to be me. why A* I stated In the|I| la Mr TtKinuw Weatropp. sited Ruler. Ur.IW, JI.h.: '
t power resourceson without electric other letter, my only concernla exeruttv vice PI+..Id.n& Of m#r JrVUoUur. witW
1. the Niagara River children 'urrl.'nt.10 see their. to try and prewnr "" )'-IF. Uie Wi.net rvdcrak+ flavlnaaifc i from tlie nine oUvrdMl YES/ You CAN !
It is well to compare the GOP team's trying to study' hy the light hula nee>dum for the children < Loan Association of ('1;".. i <.ra In the NorlheaU IMa- I

. record with those of President Johnson of kerosene' lamps to haul water ;, and iran and his. running mate. Senator for washing. dishes and clothes froman i, mrntoert and nn CutnmunlaU& rn.&ln..I\4.11 loeal

i 1 1 Humphrey two of the best friend the open' well and to perform the ton" I IMM | in the urlAlIU.I" aye Mr Elks: at. rapeclally urged to,

rural electrics have ever had in Con countless other drudgery task that'' Olin Duke | WenUoppbut between,! aiu-nd
gress.! A* a Representative and Sena lack of electricity brings. : MS N W 3Ul Ate tnow two evtrrew* we hare I Dinner will, be aerted .. '

(tor. Johnson's record was' 88 per cent We do not think that they have for.goU.n. 'an-; -- :: and all Uiadaa It hrs of to political boo this'way opinion/w. p ntTiir. 'I
r favorable and only 12 per cent unfavorable or that they will fail to 'Inform To reader Duke'seue.tlona /could never win community. her

on RKA legislation. Sen. those who are no young that they In the order In wide ..IA....., if.. Sued a Kioiir IUIlr. fat .5.. ,

s I Humphrey's,. record Is 9fl pr cent favorable know nothing of such "dark ago" e*. hlrh l 1 then are! pufI. more I. Nowhere
I and four jn tenre. In our B-vt Ieditorial I shoe lie *!. that member .r11. m
only r M.r
favorable.It per cent un So you think that REA: hat outlived I "KnMU "was"nv>ve It Ira-luil.,. uuny Ilrpubtle/ :* J I| "'UH"K t_*ltm f... "'Tra'i: A II
Its l
F.F. I is, also significant that Ooldwater We usefulness.are wondering Senator how Gold water? :II, LZd'L:: .: I
has 1,38ft:; REA
himself with aides consumers in Bradford I ;
County and
who share I \
his extreme! anti-REA 173:>> employees with, a million dollar
views. Four j ,
, men who were formerly annual Likable i
payroll will answer that I Im..nt
associated i itate- ] ,
with the so-called Ameriru. I
on November.
3. I Ir' '
1 beautiful Buick 6 I

i Cook in p+Tf.,rt\nn\ w bll. the
whatever 'lnatd Information
I r' you may haw, Mr 81Mft'e1Y.. Hen Dun AffordableI I \kJU-hen .t.( .>. CLKANKK: COOI.KK:

, May t plead with 7011 to 1\6\ ,.
read "A Texan Look al Lon Ali N W }*tn ArLauderdal and 1 I rem' i m IMl4 m'', se"' /Ill/ terse tin"
I don." a oonimmted Jltu4JoI I
I and then writ another editorial n *. rta. Smack in : ELECTRICRANGE t

( n. I praUln LBJ That la. .... :a.. 144D
U you "n.nd If you can v Mr Uattlwwa I
: I
Srpt 5. 1144 \valletrange.Buicfc. '
you *tx ud)
Dear Mr Matthew certainly ba.> PTM.r.ni n.M that I am. i
. : .
Tour editorial In Uv wanted com sort of nydaJ'r| I will try Mala. U you don t i iI

tember 3 U u* of Th T'fcr-Sep tar ben!" the creaftt"" '--.., ..w/, to print thia on*. I ihall !!, I JU W ap/.r1..e.lmerd..l.rf W rasp. )j jtM '
arapa U s moat frtfitrnlrulan of word* of aU Unv ha"e to conclude: that you" ) ye.r apposeC ar.fN.Yh.ri ,

*. Mr, lUtttwwa. ran It AJ you a_. f tare no will print' rw >x-rr*
pomtbtr be Uv&t TO* bvQrrt poJIUral rte to grind My onto trary to your own ', i' .i.ptre.el "eg l 'air ,
that Ruakia removed If fwoteiii I* try to pr.- ArcortniMr' to your etfttorUI I '
\ hT ats4-
.U.. from Cuba U., you rrte. HOME freedom toe the of B.I't' 24- an erTann.HonC.Ibd t I
can certainly I cMMrm and fraivicfcUdmt of }*CC>{ ha found MTV
I do you/ reader
tret rrrtr.. tula. mart Tour, mln. parts of IVbrM n.r. Can fl
by trIUne
what yea b*. tfcla brtlrf IMn "f'rytlod7, Tr__" to be -...tbc 1.... 4 1, farf

It certainly couldn't fee bard A.* etlttor 0''P'p,.T than ttee wilt I tram U.a4 '
I CIa yon bare tnflurire wtUrb U AXT pert.f O>U- atria totru +
TV partwva s //let Am.w tae' sear Y
.. ->. .r t. tentMr treM.nan1Yo.
C which v.s* f 4 -.c ot. o/wil ha.It .. e J
I thai were buutUn! la-picture in* ...*- 1U.anst wUety TV axk ran. rtexi.r. to ,....> sf'a 1). $ AU .ELECThIC I Iw

letb(en*. of ....... a.u sect .e.r.-.aentlam d bask soil thtak-.ad InreetlaraW tf* t .,,v M
nab:. lie..tlev a 4 fnfont.tlea I --. ,
, old eo Dew *lw* wtlfe !*. yw to do .. I a. f' I .. r .
t.nly: thtrvx yea art* ttotlit r ........ YrN. ILiEt.

Th. rural 1&1'& ...lines raL.. e "

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'pRIQ/ '. a THE BMAoroMo COUNTY TCUCORAPHCSTABUCMCO : : pie eat h 10 ,..,..) ......

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, t\\alda.c ratter GottTlt cr.
realty 1,0 ..
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av A. K>rrt Ao i-__ Ca..e Marri* av TiDf >. .
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I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS i 'f MELROSE: ., -. .. : Indians Hold Fast Bunnell Team

By !Mary K. SelmefferCOMMITTEE I ly Mrs. Grant Rolhhammer To 13-0; Play 'Wifliston Friday

ASAAASSaSAAASSSSssasss---ASsaS I 'a.aaa&.a..a....
The Girls Auxiliary Presentation I I A smashing running attack fans when Stefan Brokas a

: DISCUSSER Grand Matron of Florida A- was held Wednesclay by Bunnell overcame Key recent sophomore guard stepped

KUS ROUTES. TAXES I dNe, llGbertnori.} will make her night Sept. 30, at 7-30: in 6 stone's shotgun passing offense into quarterback position

The Citizens' School Committee official visit. A dinner will El lain. DaptlHt Church. Five ;1 as the Green and White and connected 11 out of 28

with President James precede the moetlim at the Kt.U I! received their Maiden'saward Bulldog: beat the Indians 13-0 passes for 119 yard.s.Elam .

Ljtle presiding, met Monday' Community Church under the Becky Mathews, Linda __ lust Friday night. A larft Gllason, playing one

Bopt. 21.1 in the Clay' County aiiuplce! of the Church' Women Perry. Pam Shepard. Cathy 1 crowd turned out at the Reservation of the best game* for Keystone
Commissioners Room In with Mrs. R. A. Gaunt t'\
Price and Chrlstlnj
lirantley. for the first home game, repeatedly stopped the
Green Cove Springs at 8 p general chairman. Two 1 iciils received their of the season and spirit ran I Bulldogs from ripping throughthe

m. AAKP CHAPTERMKKTINOS I Ladles In Waiting award high through the stands. Keystone line. Tommv
Report; of the Nomlnatlns ; "SIFTED: I
Betty Huff and Connie Mor-
Keystone received the first Bird Cheater Clenn George
Committee wa.* read by tht On Sept SO. elected officersof ''
rli. Mrs. Grace( Perry was in kick-off, and throughout the' Allen Johnny Moon in fact,
Chairman Dr. Robert Patter the AAHP Chapter met
chn.rge entire first quarter they seemed '! ALL of the Keystone defensive .
son. Nominated for office: lot with Chnlrmin of Legislation Mclrosc! Scout 1 I
Tl'oop slower and le.-to powerf611 player We're outstandingin
the coming year w're: President Jack Hftbct.itroh! to !set up
100 attended
Court of
Honorat I
than their opponents. Afttt-1( the third quarter. But Key
Unvls!\ Drown of Doc (the by-laws. An hour Inter
Klfby Smith Sc-hool In six minute. of play. Bunnell':' stone's offense, besides the
tor's Inlet; Vice! President.' A committee! chairmen- nod cochairmen Gulnevvllla. Thtirsdr/ Srpt. !I j _______._JL .. 1''Btn't Bill Cauly scampering' iron-armed Brokss lacked' the
Custer of 0 reI' n Cove tni-t and planned 24. with their ..,, -
Scoutmaster, 1 over the goal line for their !speed! needed to cross the goal
Fprlnjjs Sec.-Trea. Dr. Patricia for the next thiee ,. '
; prosrams Indians Drill For
Glynn lidlhhammer : Williston
Lloyd -
Cowdery. of Orange months. "tht2_ : first touchdown, and a good.;, Ime. .

Park: ana Publicity! Chair. Meeting for October will bn Baldwin, received the merit I ------ C'ourh I. ". RhiMlcn. .. (left) direct Indian I i kick by Walter Townsend: At the turn of the last quarter -
budge Eddie
In swimming drill from a made the 7tor Bunncll. -, Keystone fans were still
man Mrs. C. W. Rogers or. a covered dish (lown table'! : Lee Property Sold't Auction wlil with i score
Kothhammrt1 received! a badgein t I chulr foot In cast after breaking his ankle In a 1 standing/ ahd yelling for victory -
anile Park sftvlce, please] at 12:30: on life saving arid I IHubnl'r. practice .session.. l IR..t. "week : .
TImmy ConferrIng with coiwh (clix-kulw 1 ) I The Bulldog looked like,' but a BnflaoK: skirted
lon of the and Oct. 22 at 2
Tit a dlscUII revision Oct. 8. p. m. j'
of school bun route November' and December Pat Weeks!! (arid I I F Bid.*! in excess of $20,000 of the Jacksonville livIng I' are ..flmniyVllilt, team munasrr' ; George| _Allen renter who they were going to romp alii around right end for 8 yards
thli year, the Committee com I meetings will be held, on firstind second Woodrow clnsn Brynn advanceml'nt.Wtnn..rll received their, were received on the BUI Lee) in Keystone, was hUh- : him an Injured kne| and Onry Cooper LI IB, Mho captained l 6ver Keystone but' during the) and the final! touchdown of
I lie Indian. In their find two I second quarter the Indians. repelled -1| the game. Falling to make the
mended :the Clay CoIkfltYBoord third Thursdays. As this!! property auctioned off Saturday bidder on Lee's and game thlx season.Aboe .
the Karage
of MelrortCl ( I one scoring attempt after -: extra point Bunnell still kepta
of Public Instruction chapter Ia tho City Council- afternoon by the Hans-1
l shop building, containing .
upHcatc nrldse.Club for last i: ." .I..tant Coach O. IM until
llmld Jr. another and the half end- lead the buzzer
put tenth' I 13-polnt
for its efforts to eliminate nxjnsoretl members broiurh National through
group week include the following: I Realty &: over 3.000 square fet of ,
thin thr their 'part Auction Co. a toughs drill _Ion In preparation for UIIINton. ed! with Bunnell only seven j sounded.
spur) routes keeping will be planning on Miss/ Sally Mansfield and R. of Orlando fipace. Jordan said he was not game | I r
tuacs on paved roads. They 'n dedication of the new community P. Wrlffht..flrHt place; Mrs. i I! Frank Den8Iyker( of OValaI ready to announce plans for I I points ahead. 1 I Hats off to Elam Gliinon

were also commended, cut building when com Thrima Fry anti! Mrs. W. J. I submitted the high bid ofi use of the building. Ills wife i I The third quarter brought' who making 20 tackle*. plav-

ting down On pick-up of pleted. Oulkk second place; Mrs i I $14.000 of the ISO-space Is a member of the Keystone Lake Geneva News I evvvvv.vvv'w.urryiryyyyy!, much excitement to. Indian i ed an outstanding taMe for

t'hlldren living less than two The evef-increaslng membership I, drive-In theatre. HA wait also faculty. I the Infllons on defenne.Birrmell .
To -
Mary Cook and! Mr: H. C. Re- Be WrittenBy
miles from their school and Applications from third place Mrs. high bldded at $2.000 oil fl/e Lee's printing and dark I plete> and work on the second ground out 224
Rur ; Paley ,
The committee! voted unan of Hawthorne and .Mel- 'commercial lots Mrs. LAKE yard on the ground to 23 for
ireas fronting on MannMrs. GENEVA
Boyd. and Mrs. 8. P. Bashoff room equipment sold separately I one was started Tuesday.! '
Imouxly to, actively support rose Indicate the Interest In fourth place. i the railroad behind thetheatre and brought just over Construction of two mot the Indian. III the second,

the passage of the "Baronot this national program( for. old- Mr./ and Mrs. Joseph Wing- property $800. Lillian Mann of Mann'sStore Lillian B. Mann homes Is expected to net an- i' half. Bollock! .a 160-pound<

Plan." a proposed! amendmentto "r citizens. t tUKDIUNO enbitch are the parents of a Mr. DjnBleyker said he had Mr. Lee was out of town this I Lake Geneva has been | derway In the near' lutur >. ( junior came In off the bench
the Florida Constitution on : OF INTEREST been associated in theatrical added to The Telegraph'sataff Phone 473-4755 and ran the I Keystone: defensive .
daughter, Julie Ann. .born In week and his attorney said It / I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bur-
this bullot this November Invitations are out for the Aliw-hua General Hospital In business for some time. and Is expected that transaction.*!, of correspondents: and : 'A .A AA AAAA4 4'I nett of Ratford have purchased I ends ragge'd a* he piled
This Hinnifendment would of Miss Mignon would will write the ilp ftl yards In the second half
per wedding Oulnesvllle! on Thursday Bopt. operate the theatre on the building and theatre news from Lake two lots adjacent tot

nut Sarasota County to exempt Theresa LaMorte.,, daughter of 24. Mrs. Pearl Wlnxenbach is himself moving hit family to will bot consummated early Geneva Friends of Danny Byrd will the Fred Ellis property and I alone.
the first $3,000 property 'Mr. and Mrs. Willard JosephLaMort.e Keystone In the future. Anyone with In I Brokas directed a pro'typBphlring
the patenml', grandmother and near next week. news ttia:! be glad to I learn that he was propone to build a home there'

evaluation from homestead of Pelham Manor. N. Mr. and Mire< EM Mussel white M. M. Jordan an employeecation Lake Geneva. area may leave !I able. to return to school Monday -, soon. Mr. Burnett 19 lpldyI'd -| attack for the Indian,
exemption.) Sarasota 'plans to I Y.. to Robert Edward Lawless It with Mrs. Mann at her.. 1 at the State Prison Farm'in throwing mostly fro ma shotgun -
I 101 Oanlesvtlle are the maternal Sept. 21, despite the fact
mark the! additional tax m. More, or her at 473- : offeniie. When Keystone'.
.al and they phone Ralford. IMrs. I
any I Mary's. 8
grandparents.Paul money a. m. | that he still has to use: his
revenue.! thin obtained for : The Nuptial Mans will be' Huff Is home otter a receive/. from the ale of bulb Also, due to Porty Hours 47S5. 'I j crutches.It Blanche Corleson ls | running game failed to click.
school. ) support.There said In the Our Lady of Perpetual The Telegraph will be he took to the airways and
brief stay In Baptist Hospital, I I. turned over to the Florida there win be no Novena Services will be remembered that undergoing treatment. in I IRlve'l'l1de
was also a discussion \ Help Church in Pel- sale at Mann' Store and Mrs. connected on 11 of 28 passe
JnckAonvllIe.Mrs. Lions Foundation for the at St Edward* on Mon. | Danny was severely Injured Hoapltal In Jacksonvtlle. ;i.
of the value of lesson plans ham. Manor at noon Batur- Cecil Harris Of Welnka Blind, Inc. a non-profit I day evening Oct. 5. Instead.1 I Mann will also accpet sub- i In an automObile accident In Intends" will be glad .1'01' 119 ya 'ds. There was svnha
and guides to be used by clay" Oct. 31, after which a reception rrlptlonssuruery. [ leek l of Offensive punch.however .
; charitable atlon. I i to hear that she Is doing .
spent) Thursday with her par- corpoi I Novena prayer will be! recited | Starke last May 23. He was '
teachers.) This subject/ Is to 'br will bn held at the I that BUnnell keyedon
and Mrs. R. M COMMUNITY: ('m.ltcn after MUll I II nicely.
tutu. Mr. on Sunday. I taken to J. Hints Millar Med- .
investigated, further at th, homo of the bi'tle.! : his p..... sod were able
The October of : 1 Danny Kirk Jr. son of Mr.
Cosoti. Meeting I, You are attain rmlnded of Soiry to hear that Kitty leal Center in Gainesville
October) meeting of the com Keyfttoners of long duratlot Church Women will be tJ I and Mrs. Daniel Kirk of to IDterePpt."VI!.
Mrs. Albert Klrchner of St. heldIn the Caterhl Schedule: McGlave was feeling punyovP1' j where He remained for approximately -
mittee. will remember the LaMorte. her the educational building 'at I William's Jacksonville, U now occupying : Even though Keystone had
Petersburg In vUHlnir Hlirh School Students the weekend. In fact so ten weeks, much
members' attendInn of the Key- fewer
Committee foimer owners scoring points the
** brothw-ln-Iaw find sister Dr. 7:30: p. m. Ort. 5. Mrs. A. C'I will meet each Tuesday much so that Charlie had to of that time he' was in deep the Kirk home on Lake game
lfE-tllhtll t stone Inn. Mrs. LftMorto Ii I wa* a moral victory. Hoarse
from Keystone ,
and Mrs. CecIl, It. Hook. Holt Spiritual Life chah'lT1IlI\1: .evening In the Church Hall take her to the Bradford coma. He was released from Geneva and attending St.
went Dill Benin. Phil Cromvr! I ho former Mignon Slsson fl. J. Adklns Of (hninesVllP'visited will show a film I I "TlIe at 7 p. m Grade S-hool stu. I County Hospital emergency the hospital In early August Johns RIveT College in Pa- ,- tired but .still happy becsiae
and Kitty MftOIave.HOY who lived part of her early 1 of the fine showing by the Indiana
his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Church Is Born. I i dents of St. William's. St. EelwatcVn I! room. We hope she will soon I but had to return for treatment latka.
HCOVT NOTICE In Keystone Height! I the fans still cheered
years' WdUam !
Mr. and Mrs.
Adklns. year the missionarystudy and St. MirY's willmeet
three each
two to thnes
be her and
own chipper: enterprising -
Members of Boy Scout LIONS: CM'U' NEWS i I I, kes back In residence In when the boys ran off the
Orlando book,, bv are
Miss Ann Ilowen r>f a* presented i for elMevery! Batur- self attain. I week. At the time of his re-
Troop; 101\!) and nil hoy; who .On Brttunday. : afternoon' the rpi-nt the weekend withMr.. the 2nd vlce president., Mrs day, morning: from 10 UU 11 Mr*. Neall Rlah will be lease! he was unable to walk the Wayne Geiger home. Mrs. field with their. second taste
would like to become mem- Keystone lions Club gave away I nll'lI. Wilkes Is of the. fit-dfat in the current sea
and I\tu. W. II Allen.Mr. Arthur Braiiierd. will be In St. Edward's; Parish leaving Imeson AIrport tomorrow I or speak. However in the a msmoer
!>ers, are reminded! that the two fishing$ reela-mtn 101't'p faculty of Keystone Heights son.
Home Missions.
.1. nrltton who has I
4 I and MM. H. Anyone not yet afternoon for Oroton. familiar surroundings of
itrot>i> meet every Tuesday. : h water. and one for saltwater Hlvh School and Mr. Wilkes Coach' Lei Rhoden following
and Mrs. F. It. Butts 'visited The 1.11"1Club Dinner was purchased Chrlslmfls( Card li1 I II Conn.. where, she will visit her home he soon regained his
evening from 7:30: till 030; In' : Rill! Scales a former CVmmons held Sept 26 with Mrs. Wal- lovely ,-.I'CI I I ts attending the University of the kame In a wheelchairon
If to the
Mr and Mr* O. I I urged see on.' Robert A. Rich En-1.!: speech and was ab13 to get a-
frcHhwatorre '
the CMnwnnttT' church' Sklu- Don won the of Whttehounn. Runday. Ur Orotlck's! Circle as hasten 1| lion that Mrs. Unit Clement I Iha and his wife and children" round In a wheel-chair. Florida at Gainesville. the sideline was pleased
ration! Building., ,l. while Willis Chessor Paul I with the efforts of his team.
MT. and Mrs. Drn-
of ;
Dr. JViUnerd.
Whit president each
Mr. and Mrs. I on display Sunday before they are transferred! to I Alter numerous trips to the
oEM: CIUI'TF.U currently.a LIon. won the ney' are home after a vacation HIP, Men's Club ha* started a before! MIMS. She! eon also! Hawaii. I I Phyidcal-Therapy Dept. of the malls of Jacksonville were While showing the Indians how

TO MEET: OCT.: 6TII salt-witter' reel. Conirratuln In Brthel Conn. prayer group lit his horn.. take orders for novelty gifts I Mr and Mrs.! Roger! Brltton I hospital for treatment he! lulling the Raymond Marin I to run an end play at practice
The first full) meet- lions to these lucky bovs. annotin-l j I family Friday of last 'week.Mr last week the coach faked
Chapter Mlt CuroVn, Tlion Is In further date will be for /special people;> on your list and daughter Tammy of Sanford I graduated to crutches.
Inn of the Rantem' $ will Huntley Kedfearn. Jr.. mil I II Dryzmalla Is the sister everybody out completely
tar Alnchun Oeneral hospital inOsineavilte j ced The Women of the PKKSON.U.S: were "'vliltln Mr 8rlt.ton' -l Now although he has to I'
b" held at the Masonic,'Temple D vle. and James Jiukiton Ctnrrrh hold Whitmore and of Mrs. Minn. wh.n he broke his ankle. HI
: Mr HalIte
Into the I a prayer group I mother Mr!!. L. E. Brit- i continue his trips for treatments j
Tuesday. Oct, 6. at 8 have !been! Initiated Friend of Ray Forsythe prenrnce at the game seemedto .
p. m. M.., Um Wilkes and ('hilrefl I each Ttniraday at 9:30: a mat daughter Jean. i have returned ton. at White Feather Court his rapid recovery
with WM Berth and club an the newest! member I vat regret to learn that he Is1 i btwt school spirit
Ward Slid Mr. and Mrs. JsrkWirttlrrn { tho home of Mr. Edward home from a trip to An.1 1napoIL. on Sunday. The visitor had ,i seems miraculous. amongthe
WP Lramon Ward prestdln The Halloween} Trlck-or- II II rirlh. Md.'snd Wshtnfrton.' suffering from pneumonia. Re I! orients'
IIunnll.sirnt *.
and Bass Int1 of with them their' interesting Danny's parents, Mr and
Master Masons will be honored Treat candy has arrived kiwxktrm the weekend with Mr The Church Biilldhis Com- [) C. where they visited'<
t this time.. Hostesses will be Lions will soon bu und 1\11'11. J V Shade I mlttre. th-, Boards of 1'rusI.'es friends. They were also In > Bo." much of his toward Hugh I Dad I Lucas has returned home game wag tremendous
Mrs. Of' 'iiln, on your door to supply you : nork-l, I progress from the North where 1 and for once, school
01 Murrhee. Mr.
Mr and !\In. Clark and son i e and Steward art n"Uc''ll1In./ where! th'yitUlted I Friends of Joe and Pat ,>, recovery to hi.* deep desire togo spirit
Phyllis Hu<"sey, Mrs. Vents with Halloween aroodlr Of Jacksonville int i the lug tnffethtT! In plannlnr and'' I\fII. Whltmore's( other I Idatighter Pawllkowskl will be happy to back to school and to .bei he has been visiting since last! chord throughout the stand

Alkeit. and Mn.. Velma Men. We hud framed occasion/ Charter to examine of weekend wllh her |>tlrf'lIt".1 I! rnitvimiliiti church members'' Major Patricia!' learn that their fOil I UI child. able to resume his normal I May. He was accompanied\] Another horn game with
the f for the nvr "sanctuary. WliltmoveMr home bY his niece.! Mrs. wntlslon, will be played at
en.On Hrlshts LIons Mr, and Mrs Howard Morris non. was born Sept 18. In torn-sue! activities plus' the
Ort. 28 the Worthy the Keystone! I Trustees .will meet' Monday : Herman flochl of Keystone I have Katherine Barrett of Pittsburgh the Reservation! at 8pm. Fri.
-_ week. Thlh.lrt.l'r. Mr. and Mrs<< Ilarney Cam Wilmington Del! They prayers of family and friends)
Club this Oil. S. at 7:30,: p. m for their Club F.ltah' I III In the. and Mrs. Barrett's sto- day.
dated May an. 1951! and children of Hcbrlnx spent I named the boy Peter Stanley ; and .a whole lot of willpower
MURRHEEInsurance was that the! Keystone ht* weekend with Mr. and I monthly mt>t'tlnlC. WlUUmWarrrn University hospital. In a"lnesvllle They now have three boy on the part of Danny himself l/r-ln-law, Mrs. Elizabeth! l
which means
Diamon. of Oil Perm. 4
In In IU 14th year Mrs. Ovid Gsno. i iMrs. I b 'har1zn"n. for a tlm<". I IMr tud one 81rl. The Pawllkow- !i

Club J. The Florid" FflliTwiihlp. \ of! *. Emily WM. one of' Rltt'll are', of course, formerKttyfttoners. ,,I
Agency The charter. was tinned by' A. Thomas. ofStatic wni'' Poatmastir. W E. Baker reports -
Community Churches the l weekendrr <
regular K.YIIMnt' the
members" : Dr Visited. Mr and Mr.. having the
following that first home
the new
I meet In Daytona Beach. Ort:& ''* from Jiek,(onv lle Is. In occupied and own- Sore' By Mail
Ceneral Insurance Muvser, Laurie Alderman. Ed-! R. M. CsM trcrntly. now In the Retirement Vlllace for -
11 12. 13 Ho In JicknonvllW
Edward V. The Melrww Mustniui! will nptUl ;pttal ed' by Col. John and Agnes
(tilt* M. HleJia. Postmasters 1s almost com-
Oct. .14 U Family' NUht? for tests and possible.
Jr. lUrold I) Hrales. play the f IfnwLhnrne HorneU Strong
Fire OssnaltjrMarine Aturke,. Covered rush sut>per with ClrClea FIRST FEDERAL
; Key M. Bnrvent. Charles Hlser In Hswthorne! rtUlay.. ()( &. 2.
Auto oiidIK.y.toni I 1 i Tid 2 as noile es.Runrtnntie Saving And Loan
J, M. Mt-Dimsld., Cl-: Association
!I1 ,
Ub till be held !

5, Heights_ _471-4784_ "bert Altnvnn.Hulllvan.A. O.Wllllntn l.nudl1n'K: '1110.11'1', waiter. I mill I A.I I Oct. :33. 33.* 24. with Ingathering KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE of Starke
Jr. P. 8c...lrs. !Hov Browning, A J:. I IAnihouy Pay on Oct. at.ctoinirt -
j I' WorM Com-. IsAsN ar As Your
Nick Uunum.! ) Jr for -- -

l..oit KlilixmtU. Ernest: T !'".. i' munUy IMN Y. t must be DIRECTORY

-- vIA, f. A. niorknrr. I>>i>"ld I 1 bronChI the cDurctt, oUK.. I BUSINESS I MAIL I BOX

r; A. Utker JcMrpIt K Knight,j 6 or not later than Ort. !. -

Willti-r Klux A Q l. m"ln., at Ute clrvle meeting The. KESTAURANT9 Just Fill Out The Cowpon 'Ttefow and Send. It Jn

No VObMAls) EVER MADEA ;, Pubrrl. 1>.)(1.1. and Retied J missionary box .Ul! be packed .%nt cs"IUTUNEIIS Atrro STORE A km* With Year Ch
.''''......)'. on Nv, 1I \\ .i'siIr.Ita Beidler's For Voo and Mail
FOOL OUT OF A MAN MI"11'0"". roit M \<<
WITHOUT SOMCOOrERA110N Members of KIN!: Junior Chairman rt Curie' 4. will !' (Color niwk A White! Holiday InnRestaurant Coupon h! Received t (Or C''... In At 2lfl NOrth

I (i.ss are rllln. wHMcrlptlotuahd con4ttet a work>iiw
I \ renewals to your favorite 1 at the J home of Mr*. Robert .\I.IT DISCOUNT) ) I r=: -';;" -

I'maraalnr" "-. to .why not place [)"..hI. Members. will btttti lHr.x1IK$ ,?...n..lc.. Appttame.-Ma3 .e Sa1S Fbnfl Mo4ratet< Puleul 1 I TOI rnt-TT! itnntvt: sti.\G; ; u>v...-i: I I

your order %lth them. *o they. ..and tcbM. and articles will A... Arrnaairlra.1 "Ttrv's.' Fine fCOMTtXTELT or HTtRKRI

will get a little percrnta 'to be made for the NovrmberDasaar Wheeler'sDiscotmt l\at.. arMODCUCDOPCf I I f P. 4,. nwnt I 1-.

)silp "h.1t1.... treasury? Store T DAn WTBBO.TAla wMKKr. $1.ornt f
S ....
t\I: ; It4K? SI\\4: ?Nt\: FROM T.The f&-u-c 0usd.. Mtcyeifuedwaru t*- I ... I G.i. .....r

This 'week we have no additional WhIJ.lAM'. .. I ....t_ MeirsiPjut._ Fatafea. tMe4.HIIS. Ala Cterte ItaJteflt ...... I I I-VM" (>>rA..) tersest .. no. Fen-a.c f

eyv-wUt* io ,.."nrt. "Annual' forty Hours<< m. ti UK. *-.*,! .. >unset but a irenerous! 1-ath donation! Devotion will be heM at Wt (I' .. .... Bior* North et *.. tA.MKETV I

,..* mad by CiSibn" M. TrrrrlU Wllllams Church en Sunray, ''AUTO SERVICE ICETII"t'OoNW" jtziomSIJRSERY HJa01rnt . . . I If
.. .. ..
Hr, of Keystone. The. Monday" fend Tuesday, Ort 4. ;.:. f .

r.. flank U a p4-ortl| of thePirnids :s.. and .. ..UrUn wllh Ilhrh '" I . . .. .. I
IJ.TTTS ("tuba. and theN :Mau al 19 a. m. Ctunday. Terrell's REAL ESTATB I "5I .... .. .. I

I _Itt' *t.s., 'Ky, ftn. for Sunday .r.i\ln( devotions wtll'! .

nf'IItor1ft.___ u_ __ Shrill_ _'- 1_*_ kxalrd. *t 1wftI730pS1.: 1 I GnU Servicer I "' . . .. .... ..... ... .... .. .. .
'the .J. HUM MUler! lt alU) There will' bfI a HUh Mass r "- a v.ni'ins ..,.. I !' I
... .rIS C. J. Pete
'I OnUr In Oatiw'ville' at 7 :30 on Mond r moentn* Ia.Ot V. AI _au'! = O'COftDOltLU.TOII I ,'; . . . . .. .
cn.1m.n: of the h U ct Eye .nsi! onIII" inwnlflg.Es'nha r la>r alt. s tut-..,< Atws I mu. v.. .. ,,; I

: 'Pant OMIamit.II& Lion : 1".1q--,, ort t A, M. fJ* F. M7SUT n- I aa..u. BSTATBTaC i..4iswsaJ.. Are..i . . . . .

| Ooorve U. Bt"'oeffer. Slid heW \brim at '''0 HotrmnU C1o.-&nr &..,...,- ......", 4II .oaT04Cts APV'ftAIWJEyvt. I I. I

be fUd to furnMt" you I be .t t*>e '1..dat .Vvlliii ,- I .I -. I.I .,.-. . .
H gt.. 4TV4W -
svtth nterstiirf I on ryttlU.W prssAk.a.A 1 .
..... All a. I
lln (rue. .None.r.. mn" arromplUhour Accept t*1It! I
HOUM. 'aJ lll' o.-ootIAa'. la -.1 1- <-. r.M"I
Mm st nt-'"" At. AiprMMMDMhtfon I __ -
aim without M little C'OCI' r.llun. unliT nrinLK Mmr'<< !ffvyrtia' Reach wtl coo- T V Service Center La's C. De T..i 17- ..... /ROME O Mr-J y WraMKM. & a \I.&&e Check' Payable: Hr t F..nJ 1'a..ta,.. .

Our aim &U la help with.. financial -. The KtyMone Ur. ace duct U* ".U W...r and bit (.....,. K. UK. _It Lout Awxialiosi. .* SUrte

you jour pu'aw'd .slUt r.MilU .t their a"alla.*. for t'anfr ton .b-. t. n, TiItPAtw.t.wt..4 \, ........".... O.G. Carries Nursery ......r e.srul ..-.*.- .* _

l needa. Come in and get acquainted l ,m-b'I... ..... st IIIN\U\. fore Mass earh mornln .* M.....'... PMIClsnd ,...--.*. I.f. -.. bit..nilr AU Arr.a.<< ....,....

Ttwy h*'"e sold. wrt, bnrt have .twu s-i .brfr.. E'UtnS '. .' .... ........... ts m. K M ot ........ 0- ...,.--, and T.'m l> T. flO.000 By FSUC '..
-and let u* know jour need. twi4ft..I" more. Ctfl! one of \1MpuJb eutiomiL7ts.J.a-

i a .. ... &V. Tr.m C p AliM tar .. Sbe rwu ....., 1'on1lre (ka Al Maw.. ll-ry I" AtV n..1t __J_ 1--" .

......ra. .'t'tiy 'eV6 JbtflYrued. D'Yokn*. Ute Mass tvtvettuleul TV KA1XO KTCKEO -. r.il.utJas.- :'S.. McKay Realtor r.r .\...-- is.

Welter' \Vllmm. o.one be dtrterent IM SuodaTOrt (COLO TT 4 41
.....-is. U4-W % Oar \aUcijt.f.4( .
VI. Hrna.rtrr, flU ..... and 4 In Knr*tiin*. at W.WUliam's "" '-- aeejis..4-T'V P--- KeV v aMft T94ctVnM
-11 .. .. L C. UTTTOMI MI..MTI .
Wa& 1bi.a. 10 a. ns In 0Ufkeat g.l TbM ... S ta I il.S aa, 47S-MM
-.t-. _1 _r ..... .... 5--- --V R,1..- e.i1q .'l.4S t. INvWe.. -
The Uons are nerned M. Estrd'I.) 30 a m

.-tma.U0\ WM eotiter std U MMXienn at at! I C.



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: EIGI1T \nrnnn COT-NTY Tr.r.Foit\rrr ST\KK\ ; ntx>uin\' THtRSr!'; OCT. 1. 19B4
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4 : Billy Dampier

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MeetingOf I

Alpha Zeta ,

William a:. I Billy i Dampier.
of Starke represented the Um-
err rAf. ter r t 3 J versity of Florida and Florid I

ogrlculturists at the 29th Biennial ,
Conclave of Alpha Zeta I

fraternity on the campm! ol
Southern. Illinois Umversltv,
Sept. 710.

Alpha Zeta the honorary

agriculture service: fraternity:.
U composed of outstanding

agriculture students and agriculture -
leaders. throughout
the U.S. and' Puerto Ulco

j- At this year's meeting;, "
_iw w ::4 Bumpier was instrumental. In

jJ' helping to luy the groundwork ,
for u nationwide program to I//

promote agriculture in its .
hroaclol concept and I
talented Ind.v1. < encourage I Ip.t'pal'e

r for the future It offers -
Me is a senior in the Col-
I lege of Agriculture at the University -

of Florida,
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1964 Tornado Football Squad

Bottom row (l-r) : Gene Pass', Jeff Wurren, Eddie; Noejfel, Tommy Thomas: Joe Brown, Larry

Crawford Mike }Frick, herb Sellers!; Second row: !Robert NcI on. Dwight) / Elder, Tony Lawson -

Calvin Vnrnen, Larry Ci'ladieux; Mickey Agncr/ !Ronnie Harper and Mike Sistrunk" ;

Third row: Mike Wood, man.iKt-r; Donald i falcon. Douglas( Conner, Sandy Handerwon, Wayne FBIiGAME

McLeod, Eddie UouICIIlH;| Steve Tilley, and Richard Crews; fourth row : Mike Castlen, Roger,

Colleen' Butch Redding, Jim (;Godwin Johnny Bradley, Lawrence Morley, David Shannon, and

John Spongier.

Tommy Thomas Over Macclenny ,

Senior Tackle] Junior didders 'Win Opener 256Bradford's Tornadoes vs. St. Augustinei i

junior varsity I I, I...od. u standout with hla I I

Anchors Line bang grlddins Tuesday stalled nl off ht with when a I, over tunning for all the night final loner TD onI went Friday Oct. 2 8:00 P. M. I

halfback David Shannon run I fine sprint" of about 30 yards -- :
88 yards on the! first play Randy Joiner added the extra .
He doesn't say much bu t, brother, come every Frl- from m'rlinina e on the way'' point after the first TD,

day night and everybody I knows he's there -- that's to n 23-6 openingname victory I' and defensive, bark John

probably the bent' way to (1!1 It'Hcribo the TornadocH] big r over Mu'CII'III1Y. Wuirrn Intercepted two Rebel BRADFORD HIGH STADIUM
Tin contest, played by a uerlnts
106-pound senior tackle To immy Thomas.
predominately 10th giuda I Couches! chuck Mason and
Named Bradford Hhch'sLln'mon
of the Week In both .i' team, WRit watched by a'' Kincst Dairies ptaUtod Eddie All Tickets At Gale $1.50 Student Activity Card Good For All Home Games. All Children
crowd In excens" of BOO, Btuncll cpnttf and linebacker -

Thomas frames played anchors the this left season side t. I' ably an attendance '(,(, prob-I Ronnie. Tomllnson, a tackle Grades 1 Thru 4 Free If Accompanied By Parent.
I a Junior varsity game catoh Morgan a guard
of the Dig: Red foiewall. After
Tornadoes tallied twice and linebacker, and Marlin!
playing two outstandingball '
' first twllod' once III the s-x> Hiindorson. an end, for theirtdiur
name Blia'a, the bin tough-as-nails tackle who.1f'Rds ond and once In the fourth.Ind play, See 'Em In Action

. I r Wayne Ulunkcnshlpscoied The ToinodoPs will travelto
defense has been chosen by I M .
I the second Tit when I T.nko HutlPf next Tuesday
his coaches oo-cgptaln' fortomorrow's
ho fell on a Rebel fumble tn'' nliiht., October 8, for their -){
contest against Bt. !
Augustine II I the Mnrrlenny end rxmo.Quuitnbark /ll''ollll game which will lxbv i .t.;
-I"y'd, It prrdomlnatcly
"Do Job and then Harry Hatcher JJ'
your help I ninth grade squad The ninth -.:
the other fellow scowl tho si-cond TD on aaneak
r and tenth grade. teams also
nays In the 1909 philosophy of I I1 after leading hit team
have two Uoublrheadrrs achedulyd -
the Tornado grlddera. "'Thts1] ".. b1 + In a sustained drive, of SO\ In fitnik thIS soaon.Orlnlv ,
team has a lot of that spirit,
A yards llslfhiuk Wayne< Mc- ) >r 'ill mind 29
there's three or four men In : .i

on every tackle,"' Tommy :
1 thim.Rcmcmljer. Patti links-runners. Hurry and
points out
I'I the social event 'Kt name on the entry
If that Is truly the phllono | I
phy of the Tornado irildderi Fild.iy Oct 0. for club number \('(10 list: Uoiidllna for entering la
: only It It a Card Party a In, Sunday.
It Is doubly' true for the bfzI|
Bits tackle who has played I with brlilgr and canasta' aid |IOuI' fall Pro-Am and Invli -
almost every minute of bout I I you may get vcmr own tabletogether !I'i tntlonnl Is shapingup" well, r r I' r row
Reriviitlons! with according-, Buddy Bishop.
offense and defense IhU senor I
and Inst, When Tommy Monty White. or Owen Moxleybv our tournament chairman, the
Is In the line-up, his coaches I the 8th are requested PIt date for this big event U Oil inds: ,: Eddie noultln (Cene: "aSM, Joe Drown, Tony Lawson Sandy Sandernon, ;Mike Sittrunk. I
don't worry, That's one of and toffee: will be> on sale led 17, 18. Th l'ro-Am will
the biggest compliments a I The Ladles bolt Aaxoclittlott' bo held on Friday, Oct. 1A, on
plaier can have made of him, meet ThuiMl.iy. Oet 8, for a 'scratch bot, .ll. Entry fee! for
railed ineetlnu It It: covered ; Invitational. on Oct 17, 18
too.Thomas describes this lIl'a..on' dUli luncheon at 12:30 p in'. will be $10. Fee will Include
'Din buffet.. served trial Hint- entrance to the happy hour
. line as "one of the best Starke 21 Oct. 23 Palatka .
r Sept. 18 Macclenny Away
we've ever had" He says without I rtii'' was well recrlvnl, at between ;I and ".tlu'e. A small fee of -

hesitation that the present 110 and 119 enjoyed :jfino will be asked for your Sept.25 Santa Fe 0 Starke 7 Oct. 30 Live OakFernandina Away
the Affair ThU wife, date, for
Red fort-wall Is "Just I&sl taken the cooperation i or guest' the

Rood or better than the D1I3team I of many club member hl'rl'Y1our\ and dunce.Headline Oct. 2 St. Augustine Home Nov. 6 Home
that went undefeated I and their' rTfoils are ap- for entering the
for 31 games In 1UOO-61. l'I'f''IRtAodV... hope this will Invitational is Oct 14 :Mull. Oct. 9 Bishop Kenny Away Nov. 13 Lake City Away
"We've better end! Tom my ThomaiItllS be a monthly event with even entry fee to me, I I'. O. Box 243.8tai ,
play than lure any got line I remember SlalnartJ5O I a bigger, group participating 'ke. Oct.16 Open Nov. 20 Green Cove Home

," he! "If we gel next time Also, everyone may come
says Nov. 25 Home
and another weUhlnul Macclenny -
really good end play against 1300!I I Urivwmbrr the free Wsons out to the dance for $3 per
Bt Augustine\ like we did a- : with. no trouble each Thursday mornlrm at 10 couple starting at 8, and end-
gala: !lama" Fe we'll beat ,, Thli year Thoiniis' Is In hi* *. m Several new- golfer i lnK at 12

those Y-ll. w JaclteU" I 1|I'I iilxth year. of football at HUH were' out litit week Hope( tom Last week I Will very pleas- This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters
'"They're i going to have; to and Is a starter for the II"C"'olld >(e them bark the week with I led with the results I had with
work for It:' the big tarkle i season"One slime of the "|>r
says of the Toi'nadoes' three :|I of our most dependable --Carolyn I starting at 10 a m. I have
big WInl'lIt.a-Bt. Augustine, I playvrs---even when InJured I i com, to the conclusion that" I Ii CANOVA PHARMACY lint Wishet You'll Win With Phillip6*"
Lake City and Palatka or sk-k. he's still out 'i should have two"' d.II.) Anyone .
"If they don't watch out ti-i) r. PI aetltlt\: <<. lie gives )ruu IRONS who has pia)'.' golf regularly Phone !.irtt).; 1661 Htar..... FUl.CO A. J. THOMAS, SR. HURST'S 66

we'll net them' flithundred. per cent everygame" |I"" Thomas claims' that determination Conch Hume gays of a m and anyv>ne Interested. i In
the bin tackle, adding<<: mill WOODS (: TOUNAUOKS() {'ariliunt t tI'
plus the "teams learning the grime. may rome I 1-et'n Go; Tornadoes J

motto of "hcol,>1nc the other I| "The boys U>ok up to him" i out at 10 a m inch Thursday TERWILLEGAR MOTORS '. S. 301 So. Starke. FU.
fellow" Is what will mikthis.. I IToinsdo I Ai>kfd how It feels to he a I A series. of Junior Clinic U GIB BROWN
team one of the best I,' hard walking tackl who hat. 8 scheduled) In the near futureNotts.
That tf1..nln.l1ullIIn I'I to give up most. of the glory -; \ the dates" to be publishsi .'ite..t \M.he- Tornadoes" SERVICE STATION lie A rtooMter For The Tornodo
from knowlint Uist BITS to the boy who carry the later.
,i'Ur' kin '1111'n,,,. LUMBER SHUFORD'S STANDARD
bench depth is almost nun- I quickly replied Homer NORTH FLORIDA
existent. Thomas says.Thert'B If* Kick Off Time!

Just one thing. you I I "As long as I know I'm do- :3) ;Mi. S .. on 301 SERVICE STATION
know the tem depends on Ml* a good job I dotil rare Cub Scout PAckRegiatrAtion DENMARK FURNITURE

you" In what was a long what anybody rUw thinks" N.n"
Set "I." n Ilate Anotherlnninit
.(1I't'dfor him the rots Mat.wart 1. COMPANY
I Don't. 3tiwa; The Kick Off:
stated: I t Pack TO of the Cub "'_t. EDWARDS' GROCERY I It
I ITuesdayl. we
"Uke today "met Tuesday evening in IV
had Just enough to acrlrnntagonly lly IIOMKItMMIII' :'' M"t".II.t" !.'elluwship. H.IL "
.- 22 boys You know "Co (t.et 'Km: Tornado**!
('.sure eye" .'( L ik. Butler TOM'S SHELL SERVICE I
Ye got to do It and you
spoke. to the group on thbvnrnu .
well have some fun Independent Telephone
while might you're as at It." I IAm..hltlln/l/ C1y' lo Tr to )owng bore liwab.lungng 135 K.: ;XUdUon St. We're Proud Of
BanU Firsme << shut knv sc..r., too .n- t i<> tit* cub ..coatgawsp .,
Tommy old the Z ; of Fla.
last. week<< when LUIS t hrca'roth .1.r par TO. In a Add of M at Corp. {..mplls.enla. BILL EDWARDS J

faced: a line that averaged. l" gu"t>m*,mbr stay heft l last I>rn Muter I J K Tomllif .
almost :300 pounds, was much i : 9>ttmiav at lh. nw OIallwnll&& son InlervMvtvd 1.11. n.w m nv "\ e*. lei We're lUhln You FARMER'S SUPPLY PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE
loir A O>.ntry Cluhx ken and their. K.
rougher than the opener s>- i aLfr QYt par-rts. gu- Tornadoes"
Mscclenny But t ClytHr'a cuotrnvnls wan bathos for old' m.mb.r ..Ub : A. It JOhBARKSDALE'S nann.
say the roughest same 1 h.1 Tina U". a beautiful taut' held at th* seat _lag IMVt NOEGEL'S AUTO SALES Hail T. The Champ.:

hat gotten Into in hUh school' W> -' n...1 l proud of the and a (..., ehatkMtg% la gulf ( IT H. C. WALL
football was against Oalnrsville lady eulfers iram' Hiarkr who. i I htl the bU'' a wail a* I INC.
High Ut year when viMtisl Keyaioih. club la.tItiursday have .le..v hf,. .but 1uMnl! l.t'I III Support t The Team

Stsrke was beaten is-A. Ot) .the itlite ladies set any of thaw putts! trdrop. E'tfl'cl4IWat 11'l.he. INSURANCE AGENCY
-w. s w.g
had three tackleseach who played in the Imitation\
-They For > i. C.aeon
a little better than the al three rant bock" winnersO (M ..aih.Y. Oil 4. we w Ar/.. %%. Reoe A cCOMMUNITY

ether and I had to play every >rtW> Melts. IT r4fvtl the have a brat '-1'-..... l>xnnthalf rruUhe. &: Cane' SUPPLY We c....... Ye* On T. Vklery

minute of the game.1 he said prUe for low gross wittt Itei mull eon IM-.haa... bins :!""I.a' I 'I Koch Drugs /'os.ptime.l CtI
M wtll, be drwww trot. t.a'
weighed 47 IIhrYl Joo Wood won \low
only Last season.1 TO.' Thts Tommy year he has net and Hhttl-y Jotu\t aas urn, d. ," _. ,. INI""., I'e: : ....-...- ..... .... lAt" Get; (;".If. Team? STATE BANK CHARLEY E. JOHNSLAWSON'S
put on 2t more pounds and'hJ 1 th. .team that had low score M .1 t .N,. ,., i.-i.r Mt el. to..dv.ey
faced one tackle weighing. OongratulaUotu to ad01 t If'd. h*".t.. e.) I a o .11 MARKET Mewber .'. a L c. AGENCYrAGE t
.. a 5- ( I. .n. .' "

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I jmErchunt: Stage 3 BIIi BARIiAln DAY51I

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34 Years Old and Still Crowing .".


4-8-8 FERTILIZERWith F DemonstrationNotes Inc. r
Starke'.i Fashion Leader r

30%f OrganicMr.

Ry Dorothy Rom P
; Strawberry Grower: We Now g Home Demonstration Anent /
!Have A Good; Supply Of This Fertilizer "
On (Hand. Please Come lly And !.adios All-Weather J1j" ALL NKW.:
Talk To Us About Your Fall Ferti "
FALL IS HKKH" : protects aoalix-'t night blind PAI.I
lizer Requirements.ALSO COATSAmtherxary
You know that Fall 1 Is hereby new.! ket,>p the cri.ipnem' of the air. coua membranes/ la your body
pjracanthn) berries turnlnnoranue. I healthy and hflpn ir Uit In- ;,
1 Yz Mill Mulching Plastic and the persimmonsare !I ruction This in (food to know. Men'ssriis Rea Sale ''trlre" c Dresses)
ripe 'especially In the winter' when. 'f, 16.95 14.88 .: y I
By the WRY, pat all the- per! people usually have 10 many, ,

I (Black Polyethylene) some Mmmoru for u.you
FOR STRAWBERRIESUSE delicious either way! Just You may have read that S [ I ) S
frerr them whole in a plastic l I this year ta t the loch Annlvrr- l 3.66 Kail, DNM, (in/ thc.StornANN1VKUSAHV t \
I CPA PLANT FOOD bat or peel and quarter them,' nary of cho Extension fiervtof"
adding a little* brown sturar' .1, County CutnnUulonrm, l glsIrttOJn : HA1.K;
I (Cotton Producers Association) This way\ put them In a freeser -. hads'ra. And other Regular IAI1I.lu'I.:\ .. :StarSHps + ..Offllt'irutar
jar or plastic 1 bag In a carton friends who have contributed
THE YIELD INCREASES! ''to .. .J,9J: 59.95 $$2
I Any other tope of rip/ Id I I the program lll Mather At $ to | t
container Is flue I froze a,I the! McthodM: Hall Thursday r 2.66 Price
few Jars of them lust year, itUht for II bit of fellomnhlp ANNIVERSARYSAI.K. : +'+
FARMERS MUTUAL Dr. M. O Watkins, Director fy All nn'III4t11> that Reirn-'
ExchangeAt and Just ate the la.t. one a i Short t Av rnar"-Tall 'ti
few dnys ago> '1!' of ttte Florid. *tf'non\ 1 '" y PRICK.: -S .1 I lady I Sell I For: 4I.VJSor ;

The Farmers", ;Market They are hlilh In Vitamin t', H-vvlce. will be the truest r Inctlplt l MoraA.NMVKHSVKV'
A.. Why fthould you be cons speaker .
Starke. Fla. coined about vU.tmllA?1,I Bradford Count lisa had a oo ; : :; HALE:
Why. It help you to have i County AII""t for a Rood PANTIESWhite
good eyesight! Specifically it: many yearn T K MtCUnp. 44 Off)
,I Jr ,was agent! when\ World A Afl War II ram alone Diirlnc
g II..* time! he .nerved. In the JnnlH'r.ayiaf": Price +t ") Price:

armed forces L T. DCHT; was Much r'aninu N"nutJI. .
Urad/ord's County Afent 3 Pair 88c r
DenmarkOFFERS After the war Mr McCUn :ill."J! K A K OrlirlnaN.
returned to the! /county _here
ic worked for a number. of 37 tit t iii', r.aell""I I ky VAUghn
year. when he! txwsme Rx-: e
-ut1ve, tv-crtlcry of the nor Tonl TWilfiotty .
Ida Farm> BiKeau. At that f'hflrt Bermuda Shorts
YOU UP TO time O-org. T Iluvgln cam It"lClllllr
to the countyThe I Slz. A to 14Anniternary 101. "uun

.-- y women's work, Home lama .' tIrl..I\I. 1"lI.r.
" r--, ,' : D oomnr\JItr.Uon. began many' \
; '. '. '7 I{ ,
.1 years. BIO with Nfl Karl Sale Price
\ '\' : Jordan. She rtttrert and then !4u.... 3 tu It-5 to 1.1
\J :1"
$$40 ; RA'DI" : Mr M*<1'e WhUAam McDonald l.atesti'olor. and' Pftllfrna In Fin All- 1.99. 1.00 M to 1 11\\ _._ iJtY.. ti> 2Ma&
"f j-.ft \became Agent I fol-
t J TM !linred Mrs MrDonald 1ft Wool{ and t (""ron sad, Wool A wt2.99

rears ao today 2' SELECT THE NEW FALL HAT
JI)vte Mange of Sizes and Jlrwlri l |+.
The Cooperative\ Iat.natonoorvlC' !:
ih i'oM eater.(51IAROLESSOF $ \U compo.d of the 3.99 You Prefer( Tu VVvur ( Off
onomtfi Aurloultural prncram.prom in.and Ham the ''With'lIr New l.r..M. $$1 I lUirutar
MAKEr {( SVIJg S11.ctlntl
: : ; Youth We have<4-11 1 been proaram oraanialncH .Prlrw

4- Club If your thud
CONDITION v! would like to join, do rail u' Mcn'n/ Men'f lucr) n & Cotton A All Cotton All .Men1* )11,"'" Watt l.nvth Wind.'
at 1144.214& The ale U from S. S. Sport Shirt.
DRESS lire-alter Style'
10 u 10 yearsNERlVti CASUAL SLACKS
(1.1NN iiy :ftMirtmukpr/* Jacket with Pile Liner

Oi)r clothing> con uution Faraou tnt u..flty nv LKVI; AND KAIIAIIKriruUr SLACKSANMVKHMAKV I .' lnUln': N.I'un" ; :
class" met lut Honda and .no; Style :" : ,SALEANNJVFItSAftY :
I eseryotta cut out a blou. $#- ; SAI.K: Two For lie*, 110.05' $8.88
...,.. having this experience $2 Oft
4.98 & 5.98 NOW .00
t.1 1Th. of cut tins out a garment, 1&4' HALF PRICE $? a..g. l'tlC' Natural. tlrf .& OlivX14 ) .
I In* the pattern iviid+ the ) : ,H. M. I.. XL .
Solora n ;: a c..vpoct lt.olw ",aids. i+ ladles learned M wtal l sUfk.

eoe+ole styling and Boy Casual CANNON 'Girls!

to any room. Wo;,*J"!flK fc'9.r tip coe ... TV. nw t te bnQw..rt' \ .
teals for eoo..n5-.ne.. Natural radiated 4 r t ;. easy and aavellnv valwbl< 1. TOWELS 'All-.rt' 1 TUM*'
and e xulat.d "heat glvet yew 'Ko- ftn >> f Ii.,. 7TV-
uniform' c.onIfOf'toble, .W.HMul... wormtfc & 'i&fcsels Th class metntoers d"'tWd v MIx 'N 'JfatchSCHOOL
they would' Jik to meet on Siauks I I Aaalr.r..ry Hal I'rir.( ,4
...rig"t down t. floor ..***.
i iOLAR Mood**" .t 1:00: P''m Therlaw AND
will l I..t two |-.us fit I ( 2 For ; ( .
lire we.ks rlaM pet-1oda arc b.hlnd/ *. so SPORTSWEARANNIVfJItMAIIV
.. ,:
really\ lhr.1ft."
Cher. are
Maas. parted. We ar. m-tlri. Reir. HAND TOWELS .
upwta In the CarrtMsur ;/ ? .SAI.K\ :
..n"1,. fuCini 1..1 knve 2.98 to 6.98 .IANIv.r.Ary ..1.. Price r
A II !the I>fen*. office y 1
Methodist AnniversarySale
COMPACT cotfsou I srni First

OIL HOME HEATER Ca>rvter: .fear-tv Obl'dye'n wekTYnfaday and1 Price WASH CLOTHS ,

Youth ChAr' prctv W. I.'. purr Girl .
TWO FOR AaftlvtrMry" "-fe'- l t Prc*

/l aIe.t. m/ r Oat Oflw.nwan..tt For *Itt) % ?*YlSLIPS><.AN*
AUTOMATIC I AIR I -.- in t*+Mrutl. 2 p 4, SJ.OOTwo

,. : CIRCULATING FAN :_ .00----- A .00
FEED AND ? r pg4ay. .. CtltSNtl AchDqlI. ) 5
STANDARD EQUIPMENT ': ; I. a an- Mrntn. Worb. Itm. Y..I'. Cuatant.. .
as Hit*** ,**tr fir MYlS Electric Kr "If. I u'J.ti"\: .
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h..t.r-y........... .,..C"c Cta..r..ga amNUId elm tft. La4Ms.. sa $ t.1' !
A-F.,4; 8H.u. bou.ter..ad .,...,.. $1 0.88
.. M saertwry, J' a Boy Flannel or Broadcloth Shirt

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vvvvwnvrn..vvn..n I thronhg the 11th. Rev. Ben brought the devotional and I
Jones of Jacksonville will .t>e program, entitled, "Race Relations I I
LAWTEY\ the speaker! and Jim Tatum, ," walt conducted by several
also of Jacksonville, will lead: membeifl. Officers for ; .
: by Enift OtanchardA.u..u..a.rau..A the lnglnl{. Song services will 1904-05!( } are Mis. Cecil Hardev. i WITH I -
begin each night at 730.: Ev- President; Mrs. Bobby Dval. I f.
: eryone la Invited. 1' vice president; and :Mrs lI. YOUR : l\\}
: IKVIVAI.: C'O\IIXG: \\'\MKKTI.VO: zabeth Terry secretary unutreusuicr. '' |! ] 6

: The First Baptist Church The Woman's Missionary DelICIOUS '. f ,\\\\1\

: will hold a revival starting Union met with Mm Luther menu were served by retfl/lh'l f sumC1\
Itllllaiil ess. '
October 5 and Thursday night with
continuing' 13 present' Mrs Joyce Futch I HIM1 MKKTINO; : t. ,. I ,
I Thursday"morning the Law- :
a tey Home Demonstration ,.
I Club held the first meeting of i j '
the season at the'home of

va ,eea't4e I Mr. Milo Smith with theIh'reblent. I
Mrs. R. E. Leo pre- "
b1 Hiding Plane were started for .1 : 4"fBRADFORD
LI( i tho year's activities. atlas ROM
A presented the special feature ,' :
V Ardent On Room Accessor. /
lox" and demonstrated by :
wuy of slides showing picture* KVKItYHOIlY: : BUSY la ft- :
Ieeeted ojC djffnent, unangemcnts al out the way to describe Bratlfoid .
different( points /In the home C County this week. Were
Those were very interesting( i happy that the results of I; :
r and gave some new (oleos for DORA are not as destructive' i i
effective home decorating I nn w had anticipated.Some l. !
MTORK KlIOU'hit: pasture him been! ,, ,
On Thursday evening a! lumaged, xome! ,! hay: !\ was lost, '
) stork shower wan given /In tho and some fall vegetable( crops ; County
; i home of Mr. R. K Stalling were washed away Fall crops : (
: i in honor of Mr*. Willie Dobbs asp being replanted, und scattered \ '
9eeT/ C.timen were enjoyed and prizes roof !damage to poultry I
TT awarded, the winners. Cake houses Is being repaired. I (
; and. punch were served ,to the rcrhiips our greatest/ con- I
I: guests. HontCHHCSwere Mrs... ccip) wall the extent of IOSH in ; /
Louise Austin Mm Louise/ strawberry/ plants. We did lose l nEWS
1 .McCraney( : Mrs.! J. H. Bradley pllipts, but seems. that every f'I
Mrs, Klpia\ Moore( and Mr*. plant grower is happy that .
Starling.hl'ltPlllSKJ. probably 80 per cent of our
plants are saved. .
When Mrs. Gporjro! Rittes returned tiiiml In being prepared and I SEASON OPENS OCT. 2ND
home from attending setting/ will get underway some
Teacher's Open Housn[ at the pent week. The week of October I
Woman's. Club, in Stwku ails 10 should be our big H -- Shop Where The
... found 1 her" house full of .guests 1t.k.. I
;1964 j' shot singing Happy Birthday. She More growers than ever bo- : Equipment I Is In Stock
was really siuprised.' After tore are planning to grade '
she serttlod down some every thel' plants. This can sure I '
ono enjoyed visiting. Cake, cut down on re-Hatting/ am.1 l! /
Only $$4.95Stump's Ice cream amt fruit juoe( ,were will give you a more uniform (. III\ OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN
served Mr. Kstes: ncelve.1"I'veral growth throughout the field. I
nice gifts. FARM nURBAU MK.VTBERS: on Guns --- 20% DOWN
('UI'I'II( 1'4IIEICLl'; :9 ,I who did not attend their n- :
trace Methodist: SundayHchool I mini meeting lust Saturday' : :11
Department Store "' 9-i5: a.m.; Worship ;I sure missed, a /good time. CloKe i! < i: HUNTING CAPS

11 uni; Evening services, 8I.m.j. I to OOP people were prewtntGRAHAM t ,,I LATEST COMO. CLOTHING

;. Prayer Circle Monday ..Y" ."............"".", + SNAKE BITE KITS,
,\num.: MY11'.lnIl8I1I1Y 8 p.
First Baptist: Sunday \ SNAKE PROOF LEGGINS

School 10 ".01., Worship J 11 a.. HOOTS HUNTERS STOOLSNEW

m, 1'1'l1lu.njf( Union 8 p.m. ISjr 11.V., i;. Stllrlllll'I'hon" TYPE GAIEG:
FLORIDA.THEATRE frnyer .service. Wednesday Ap.m. 48323118AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I AMMO.: r SUI.s':
I ., YWA first an.l third I CALLS; ALL WEATHER .
Thursdays.Mr. HAND WARMERS
und ]Mrs. Cliff McVlrkor !Mrs' !Mattln Davis had. Mr : SAFE KERO HEATERS: &
are visiting his brothr-ln< and Mrs. J Frank Reynolds and' '
-- law and sister l t Mr. and Mrs t>. :\1 r.. Selma lUyxlen from Wal
.. A. Jones, and.' family, lit,'<1() spend" Saturday evening
friends of Mrs FiU: Tn-tum-- with her Also Mrs. Unvls' ana ) :
will regret to learn that she M r, and Mrs. hoist" ( Davis *pivtfeundny
entered Bradford County HasI'llnl .- with Mr. and Mrs Builders Inc.
.. ,' !In it'serious condition Mill Tomllniton Worthington
8:45 1-. M. I last, Friday.Vlslllng Hprlngs.Mr I, ,
SATURDAY ItOO: SUNDAY 2:00: Mr. and Mrs II. a and Mr. Carl llrough- I
Phone 964-4201
Kelly during", the week were ton and daughter Judy. spent' i j
Mr ' Friday,. Saturday .- Oct. 2, 3 Wllllumw' \ .., of New I'oi-t Hlchy. Itlrharrl.. lire of Jacksonville\
Miss Terry Pone of Tallaluisxe They celebrated Judy brlth
wlUi ].ir grandparrnt Mr and. Mrs. W K: Starling'glied :
and. Mrs. U K: Reddish.. daughter. Hhelln and Mr ,
A on.mama AGAINST un. ii iiA Minn Arthurlno Ulamhan! ont Mr.. J. \\'. Htarllng/ and ; STYLE
WOMAN TRYING TO Visited, Mis Rnui Illanchard sort Mike spent Sunday' in r
KCAFIUUHUUIDEBORAH I _. r+ over the weekend They relied. e Ilranfoitl, the home of her pAl !
KERR .m on Mr. I>. R. Lynn and MU l ents., Mr an.1In! Clyde ._. LOW PRICE !
Cora Lyons In Melrmt Batur- Odoin. They l'.lubrot..1| hade i ii
ILWLEY MILLS r day afternoon, Mrs. Usl i end. her twin brothel/ bhth 1 GENERAL
Ilra-ll..y of atiuk hoc return'J. ', day, Karl <...10m.Ir. .
JOHN. MILIIS tier being e"U..I l awn'y !\ and 1 :Mrx 11. T Thoma / i ELECTRIC
Iw for severnl weeks due tn t thc.,, bait hr other, >'. T Illnc
lllne*.. iJ her iliiugltier, and, I Uflgsln mill J.imle, llin*., and Mr and CONSOLEs
with Mr.*. V It. Reditlan.. Mrs. K: K (11,11.) of Krnnforill /
I Mrs C. K.: MtrkktaiKl ,, >;l us Sunday. guests" ,
CjiUn.*vlll. w". visiting .Ml.M, 51us I(,, I liyunne' starling spent t s
1:11&11:: lie Ut Terry and l Mr. the we.keiul! In the Ocala. e
weir KxM L.N.IM NWtt' R Y
Saes. Joyce PMtfh Wednesday to,, Scrub with MlM Jolla Js:1Jlnj: ts
Friday after upending Ilew\. toil and p"r nta.
Plus day with her tlanght. and 11 I )Ir. and Mra. H. R Marling Ntd 7r
I family In MuhlgnnMr I had Rv and l Mrs CUrani, witrsa" / k r b.Ptrpe '

) *. 1nrge Carter and 1I Tyler of J.Mksunvlll, a. gun a ..ta
'I chlMrrn: of Mtsrke vUltrd. Mr 1 tiny gueits.. erns 1

fi and l Mr. J II. Kunlr: aid) i j j Mrs. Alice RoUnwm" Mr "' a
iVfs I family during the _*.... !. Beatrice. | tunes and Hobby ,
Mr, and l Mr. David .."tn-t lime, went to Mount Dora \ .
1101w..- VMliing Mr. Pd.r- lla'Uet Church Id the Home- '
IILUES j ems hmll\.r-lii-Uw' An.' el!*.I opting Mr and. Mr. Junk \ \ Vax
l..r Mr, and Mr. R. I"T." Lee.i l 11ynd) and children .1... att.n.l. I
"iMNt riumbiy.Sym ..l. rAa_
,1 e
|"("liv. I W e.tn.l.>l (In >lr' and 1 Mr. W. K: :Hurling; l .
jtClltt OllJilti Has Jam Wainwright' and. gent 'lo the .Farm Hur.nu dinner '
m.ca.".a v'w' as r I e+w daW ether rhlMrrn' 01 Mr. Jmul In AUik *! the Vii u Automatic
dUUEi P101Tst' rhwnea whu Itrsae4, away heel <)round...
VkrrfcMr. Ml. tUtlla Hall visited her c
n. W Moore of Jacks r.'II..nla l| 'In Starkeact/ n
w.nrllle Ylslted f1C. sad alts. Maturity, Mr. and. )lrs. John y MMeI
"W r. Mo r" .I\LI.'Y. II. Well' .I,.
Sun., Mon., Tue. Oct. 4, 5, G Do1Je Star-Hot. Mr. IV KSt '- Mr and. )lr.. Albert i ,tUivg. aj\J.. :u.r. lAwvnJ.1. nn.1 hjMrvn' went to tbtivr 23"SCREEN
Th. V nntt were In Jarhi>nvlll* vlll: to the. Florkla *\>rt Sr
OIl biwln4 during t*. wrhVUltliui via nah fry
r ) the I.lltll.r tell"..... )Ir. and >lr... M. K.: HUrll' -
A I I I1K3AER I I family very Mrs.. betty Knight and chlUlrrii weal to take '1 ------ $"rp.r*;r vie! +es9* yU. .t.r. i ir I. s C..LNt of M.Les.T

f 1, end rhlldrrn and! Mr. "'!l111. City Sunday aIt_ to .--- Walnut sr.in Culln sail l daughter' of Jack.st.nvlll. \ r .
/ a- .
nn &ttVNa. .n.| Mr.
I J A, UcUvi .aU jtr.nO>ltiKhtvr > County IKMpttai. la. Improving
I' A Mr*. IU>mmm '''HI' and i and "h>|_ to Ne back hum -\ i / Iiy: 21" "' ".,. scre4a, -DoJrttl. ti,..", stars

Mrs. f'>rtn*M Satwr' ant rhlldr .wnVuilor 41 Full p.w.r tr.nfs>r*..r, A.toii.tic ..La! c*.trJL t
\ \ .", *bu of. Jva4uaTV: on at )Jr. and Mrs .. a
motion ptctur 'und.y, Lmlt ''''l1lt,* l\mnx' In* .r,*;. frj" *>l-m.mt4 .p .ktrC

of f th. y..rl \\ aUAj jR11iJ>fASkris Mll!<'a-U Kl.thng U. ..pntlirg work wr Mr*. Homer Itronfc* \ .kU. ., with M."3iii7.jral..'4 Haiih cc
his !.*". with hi. r.t"n. "aptl daughter ot N.11 I 01.... "I",
.. .
*!.*. MeNU... alai famdy. ()IH> day Ml*. Ptull.jv t*'"kKrl ThoIIt [yoL9'r
Wednesday, Thursday Oct. 7, 8 Mr. and Mrv It. K, Jeeohe '. sad Hrvn to Irtnua.nI. .. r" ONLY:
.f Oainaavtii.tt| the we.N. lo attend the MnbJayof ,.rc, -

LUSTIEST SAGA.OF i THE SOUTH 1:.PACIFIC: ; : !J ( { end with, Mr ..t Mat. Puy.eten4 ... their rutMui Ricky I'ewalr. g ob41-DtAL rAStIC DIVING d UMTT SWITCH STAXTtj $
of 9995
Bryan a*>l faaulr VAN; RITA JAMES Mr. and Mr, I ttotort Cnrl .Veil.l.. .*. P1.s..la Mts.II'1Wltp. Q| HIGH AJI HOW .01 QUICK, SIO CAPACITY LINT TIAPQ
..on and sort of JacfcMmtlkvlite .' sister 1H D TINO
HEFUN MORENO MacARTHUR .l )11'.1 Mr.*. FtankCrur Mr and t Mrs. PrvtMt. pus D o-voir otIATIOS.. lAICf POICIlAININAMtiaOTMCSSASXCTO Nlab Tear
lu J f Mlty 4avtetg the' kiss e* Aon" fmrrr Hun LOADING PORT Ii
...*.-. they .vers4g. ltt. .-,. 01.K D nurr crai D SUNSHIN' YUIOW See Bullington Before You Trade!

O o; ': Mr anal' Mr* O. J. A....,.|1.rnwdp.n.te trsktaatn fir ao-4 Mrs.. I' t--'I"J4r.' ..,... &"v. :.;: .S 'J1; -,..___...".. ....... __
spent Outstay la Ja(k* nviUlth .'
) V *lrt<. tXuui aM Mr.
'* Mr" amt Mii JoHnny
hi.".."'a Csamb.r..t J...ko 'f'Bullington's. '
Jenkins and m ttdr'fry Oi| I
Monday]r they .-... 4 iMWnrMt, _YUla were. vtertuif law CO kn
voaMna. Mrsw Car. ( .r"l( Appliances
trip l t.O.1rw.sgh.' ; : :
p..u V'f' Mrs., O J I"'hI1l11-' .id Mi 1 .Carter rWu. Ike.:d-tire. tatsOsre.'d : .
M.std I. a patwnl JI Ttte4f-J. .

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TMTRSDAT. OCT. 1. 1961 BRADFORD rorvrr 1T.1.F.mUpn.nKF.. nx>Rn>\ P\OE ELEVEN
1 -

t F ....wyyyyyyyyyyyyyyY.. least for many people here In came back to11' and Mrs endW daughter | with Mrs Effle .lohnv' diPiH'i, \ use-ta 01 I MI i \ Brooker among those Stanley Green's house and are glad to report that Charlie" Helney of Nobles Sunday dinner guests ofII'! III::; lnbi>rhum Wt'I'; : <1I 1 THE niOIIT POINT for the
BROOKE celebrating birthdays this,, were served tee cream and Mrs Rosa Kelley is now home vllle! Ind.t ltt'd last t Wedne--. and Mrs\ Vince Taylor: and 1 :Mi Jnmi\ s W.Hi-is way you writs. Come III and
month are: |: cake. Mrs Green was assisted from the hospital and seemsto day with Mi and Mhive,, family were Mr and Mr- !Mr and Mrs. select your favorite ESTER
I The Providence Baptist'' oy Regina and Ramona Har- be doing fine.Mrs. Coverdale Charlie works 'with Donald Ko\ar and family Mr Schmrll of i Paid for (Oood Cloanr BROOK Fountain Fen TliI.E-
i By Joyce A. Caatlen i Church where Rev. 1. L. rell and Dottie Kelley. Lawrence Wiggins is a I outdoor theatres and has benIn and Mrs. Gene Milors and Sunday afternoon r *. No KhakU, or W
Phone 485-2321 Parker is pastor. surprised: Mrs. Grace Bigham honored I patient In Alachua General Georgia. replacing: screens family and Mr and Mrs. J.I I' Mr and Mrs. Bring; to Tel..raJlb. I II -- -
him with birthday dinner \ her son. Billy on his 9th Hospital, where" she will undergo I torn down by hurricane Dora. C. Chandler and (family, all of' \botham. I
"**AAl.44..j .......... a ) I and
Sunday after sen-Ices. A bigthreetiered birthday with a party at their surgery on her eyes. Grandma Welhihueiil.slt- Jacksonville 'I .1 uerv '
FAMILY REUNION birthday cake. home Wednesday. Bingo was I :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Halte- I ed last Thursday with Such Mr and Mrs! Ronnie lluin- more, of Callahan!
The Osgood and Green and a number of gifts and played and enjoyed by those! wanger and family of Jack- Jane Onus at the home of mon of Orlando were weekend weekend kern \\ Gas Genie says:
family reunion was held last happy birthday wishes, greeted .- who attended A yellow and sonvllle. Haael Crews and De- i Mr. and :Mrs Dewey McRier- guests of Mr and MrsJames grandmother, Mrs.
'week at the home of Mr. and him after the morning white baseball birthday cake.I lores Register of Bell '\\'erevtsttln.r son. Coleman" and dauuh-. Miller. MEET MY GIRL
Mrs. Evan Hodges. About 501' service. ) Ire cream and lemonade were Mrs. Beatrice Sullivan I RememberHomecomliiK: tors.Mr. Mrs. :Mary 111- FRIENDSiltLIKFS: :
people! attended and every-I George Tetstone was honored served Assisting. Mrs( Blgham' and family Sunday. will be held Sunday. CX-t.. and Mrs. J N Ooolsbyand \, I Monday' with her :l
one enjoyed seeing membersof with a surprise \\'erelrs.: James Temple.' Mrs. :Mrs. Beatrice Sullivan and I: 4. at the M.ixvilie" Baptist. family of Lnwtey. were Mrs Claude -' +
the family and reminiscing dinner at his home blrthda.1 Lk d Wood and Mrs. Stanley son. John Register' were. visit- :. Church. Everyone U I Invited' I last,, weekend visitors of Mr IVnuv, \MI.Itsitlng l: l.rt.'nOdl'f ..
the good-ole-days. All of Mr. Tetstone's Oreen. I ing Mrs. Vlrgle GrUfis In to attend. and Mrs. Tommy Uttker and nom Ille.
BIRTHDAYS and many friends We are happy to have home' Starke Tuesday Jim and Rally Hooker of St.. children. The OooNby family Thursday" Natural Gas
rela-I' \Hlt- moved to Lttutey of M. n U O riff Is ,
September must be the tives were on hand to on 30-day leave.! John. ReKIS-1 And by the way did you Augustine were Sunday 'I recently s
month of blrthdavs .. at him a happy 70th birthday. ter. YN3. US Navy know that yours truly broke a era of Mr and :Mrs. Dave from Pernnndlna." I Jeanette Owens of t L Just As Well As 1 Do.
Lloyd Barry was honored on vious duty In Sasebo. Japan I finger last 'week I third finger Coverdale.. Mr. and Mrs E. D. Itlnaln- tile and (.\ :
his birthday Sunday. Those! I stationed 'with Comservgru I left hand I No date has been', Mr. and :Mrs. Glenn. Shit-j botham moved Saturday! from Welty of EuHene. you are In doubt about Natural Gas uk

WILLIAMSJEWELRY present to enjoy this big day Three. His next duty station set yet. ford and children of Lnvttey I their home here to Milliard, friends and neighbors! that use it and get first
with Mr. Barry were: :Mr: and will be on an oil ship the USSNECHES I Mis. Lula Mae Baxter and were Saturday night guests of where. Mr. Hluglnbotham isemployed. !SIM.INd ( :: Information Its convenience cleanliness,
Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and son I IA047I I homeportedat I Mrs. Pearl. ASarkey were visiting : Mr. and Mrs\ Buddy Brad- The UrndfoM- as
While here Mrs. Ella. Lewis' and Mr. ',. and efficiency. We are sure will want
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry San Francisco. I shaw and lion Sunday dinner guests of Mr: Singing Convention: you
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam John was the speaker at the and 1rs.> Ervin Dyal at Graham I Mr. and l\Iu. Ray. FVllum and Mrs! lllitglnbotham and' Suiulay.'' Ort 4, n REPAIRSWATCTIESDIAMOMtS Crutchflrtd and family of Brooker: Baptist Church In Monday afternoon. and children of Jacksonville, grandchildren were MAMBle drain It"ptl ,t Chllr
Gainesville, and :Miss: Janet the evening service last Bobby Parrtsh, of Ft. Jack were Sunday dinner" guesU. of.Mm. .' Hudson and Clara Comb ofJaokstinvllle la. an, nnnunl / NATURAL GAS
All Work GuaranteedA. Hardy, of Starke. day. SUU-I son. S. C. Is spending a few F. B. Coleman and son and Mr. and Mrs.J event with n ..
Joe Green celebrated l his Jerome Kelley snd day 'Alth'Ue' and baby.I Mr. and Mrs Henry" Carter'i' C. HlRglnbothani' and and t singing. In the IIAI.L PHONE: 961.2351
C. Williams 12th birthday 'with a skating Mott left last week for While here his parents Mr. visited. In Starke Saturday'. '' dren of Ijvty. Sunday rhll-I) I
142 W. Call St. party at Lake Butler Saturday stay with the US Navy They and Mrs. Robbie ParrUh of I II
SJarke. Fla. are now In Great Lakes. I Dukes were visiting& the
night. After skating they h.h.m'l
Michigan. Mrs. Kelley and : ilyMr _
jonn Evaiu - -- - -- - -- - -- - -
Mr and :Mrs Mott received.a and Mrs. I
letter from their respectivesons : of Haines ctlG'.t"t'e, visiting
a complete breakthrough in Monday We sure wish I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and
you tht'I'st' \ bovs. I Mrs. Mattle Barry this week |
and PHICE!
concept design
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Our community was 801'1'71 I Winston Kelly of Cocoa was
to loose Jessie. Sullivan by the weekend guest of his.
adds death several days ago. His I'I mother. Mrs. Dorta Kelley.. On'' ;

widow and family would like I Sunday. Winston. VerdlnnGann. ,
subtracts to take this opportunity to I Dolts and Dottle Kel-j. ,
express their. thanks to all Icy.. and Ramonla Harrell enjoyed |

who aided In preparing. food .a, picnic and swimming ,
sending flowers and the' many at Klngsley} Lake,
multiplies other kind deeds In their time I We are sorry to hear that
of sorrow. I little Patty Teuton broke
Mr and Mrs. M P. Hagen her left arm at school last I
FIRST TIME EVER- and Mrs. Ida Plummer of I, "week. She Is in the third START
Starke were vlsilhna. Mr. and grade and Is going buck to(
Mrs. Clyde Cone Mrs. Ullle class now. Left arm you
An Electric Adding Machinefor Cone and Mr and Mi'e. A, 1.. know ts'I I' THURSDAY 4
Green Saturday Willa Mae Tetstone
Mr and Mrs. Wilson Green I spending" a few weeks In Jackonvllle I I The Year's iM
and family of Jacksonvillewere a with her brother. i
less than $100 visiting. Mr. and Mrs Otis Tetstone.

Dave Green Sunday. Mrs. Melba, Dumpier of Biggest .
Julian Green and son of Gainesville was visiting her I

I Jacksonville were the weekend parents Air and ),lra. George" Sav/fiqs./ .
guests. of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tetstone Thursday.
Oreen. .I Mr and Mrs. George Tet-
Mrs. Roy Green and children atone. Ruby and Betty JeanAllen
were tilling Mr. and ,were visiting.. Ollie Par. 4es
Mrs. John Freeman" and family ennui In Lake Butler .Monday, a
Women's Coats
In Melrose Sunday. ,I Mr and Mr*. Anvil TetMon '
Rev H. H. Mott and family' of Hellbronn. Boring were l lYlslting
attended the ordination serf- I Mr. and Mr. George' ENTIRE *
Ice for their son. Kenneth Trtston' and family this STOCK $24
Mott, at the Klngsley Lake weekend.
Baptist Church Sunday. Salty and Joyre Lanrford RIG. 21.11 REGF1IIr.trl""d EVERY
Anita Andrews of Lake Butler are off to another horseshow ."dtrl".j!
"c Y0.
was visiting her parent !In Crestvtew.Mr .ty...*. Full! Un9 h and I '."9fh. l lCoa
Mr. and Mr. II. II. Mott Sun- '*. Guy Ilarrell was visit BETTER FIRST
: +pl.I. sin. r"9.. d1
: ins Mrs. J. A. Onann In )",-- 1
day.Mr. and Mrs J. R. Crews of'' era Thursday. QUALITY QUALITY
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mr and MM. Harry Edwards FALL
Smith-Corona Eldon Hardy of Starke. Mn.\1\ and Mr. lUrtman of Reg. T Handbags
Lee Murrhe of Tamp 'Jacksonville were vliUUng Mir. .
visiting Mrs. Mattle Barry and Mn. Emeit Edward and } .1 FABRICS
weekend.We and Mr Lottie Edwards : '' L.e1. .wrw1.n
FIGUREMATIC this family 266
.wtyt.s I Manysli.p.s
sure do mlsa Mm. Eva' Sunday, .nd sotort.& 145/5.. Seliol c.... 4 4FAMOUS'TANTALINI'
Harrell. She has moved from I Mary Simmons 'and J. R leapp.sis .his S.il.. l.sd
her house. here In Brooker to Mott "'f're'iaIUn<< their fath "/.1,..
.50 her farm near Worthlngton. i er. N C. Mott In MaccUnny A.ra.s.4. C.M.. 5 IC
Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Dal! SundayMAXVILLE. We. Clpl.. .
are grandparent attln. Mr.1'' I Girdle :
89 Panty
and Mrs. Harold Horreta of yyyyyyyyyy.yyyyyyyy 0-w '
Jacksonville are the proud]I Jackets
I Boys1 Vinyl
parents of a baby
born Saturday night In I In. 344
Tin Tax Baptist Hospital The UV'j I LOW PRICE REG. 5.9)
By Mrs. A C. lied.
young mini has been named ,
._ 118.1411.aaaaaAAtaaaa lonq 'i-i) tfyWt' power iwt tldt.
Adds 7 Columns--Total* 8 to 999999.99 Sharon Kay j
Mr and Mrs. Melvin MtM .,U..i. freftt Mid. ltd p.n.U. $
Quilt of St Augustine. Edna Si..SM.LXL 5
SEE IT NOW Ray Cook and Lester Mill of I IKUIUKTHD4Y r
Palm Valley, and Mr Warner
Molt of Alachua. were vIMtln 'I Little Bobby Baker con Of Women's Blouses
Bradford County Telegraph Mr and Mrs L. L. Dyal and Mr and Mrs Tommy Baker rP', I!.,r, t.M ...rtn" .,. l-.nV-.

Mrs, ROM Kelley teat _k- celebrated. hit birthday last REG.66 SUPER SHEER 'I':!.I ft ti'- rind p..v 1""
Saturday afternoon at the1'' REG. 266 .. ....... e-It.
{i horn of his parent ApQinftl* 1." 2.11 FIRST QUALITY j I W..,... ..dft }ju.t
maUly' ten of Hobby friends "' MO"10 eff. II.....
and relative enjoyed birth O.f.d cIslh. e.H.... D.c r.fl A, c.MonJ .. Seamlessto'c' }-...- w Wu. leNt
day cake and ice cream with .*..... In wKrf. .lid solos. ships ;. n ..... N I" 1.WOMEN'S .
hln I .mrf print*. Sit; .. JO l. H. so- I..
PI..MOS UA Nylons I .t
Danny Webb of Clay Hill CORDUROY

I've found the MM-was Huitday Dorothy dnfWTw.Water.. and.' son.of. Men's Sweat Shirts
easy way Roger 4 4c VALUI
sIt' Mr*. Dorothy Wall andRoger sal
cprnt .&4.1'dath. M.4ss ....... --- ,,- .....".$1
l.tt VALUE i
Mr, and Mrs. Richard Nor .els..e. b.rewWid.l.
2 $3 :::1.t:::
the 84NK/ man and son at IllxtUand.Mr. -.I.r.y U **UI : u'"i .. ".100 rape '
and Mr. Richard Norman w oelws 3iea. U II. ,...... iA.4w L
and .an* and Mr*. '. '} l. IIWocnen's 'WARM
Dorothy Water and tan ...... 1 '
fVindar In Lake City. .1'I IL. '.1'to4 Flannel Gowns J Insulated Jackets

B. Uftrmn return*
From! atwral day al e.. .. RIG. 1.rf 66 1C. 7."t
buoIrcf lit* ftarU. >.a wlfh ..... MANY OTHIR 687'
U. H N*.7 | r"tt'a."- f...M, fc, .._ 1 .5.ase.rw.N.W: .. ,
UNAOVItTISIOtriciAii ... 1is44".r.
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a Mr and Mn Claude Orwn.Hr tr* ** jawis /' .. ...a. M..4 r snap.
and Mra. ....... luau .'.1 .r.. "
1 ., and Mr Arory ....,. and tan.
lU fvaVd runrraJ ....nte.. ..... TOTS' FLANNELSLEEPERS MIN'S ORISS STYLI
tnttr afurnoon *l liytfrtnetery
l.. : near '''.t'. taw ..". t Wellington Boots

"No palling problem for me. no puking )teen's eL&.r. loin. Jpa.to
-nMr. ... SffClAl VALUE MEN'S FLANNEL RIG. 10." O9OM

meter to fccJ- I jou drive right to and Mr* CtM .d* OtwnHn .....,. .. .*.* ... ..>.!
up mj ..tasted" f..titrurnaMi KS.rtt. last MM.g*. p I f in MM. "- *4 P
UanL'i special window and bank without get ..lend.y In Jrawws all.g. ..441 ..../j, 8 8e SPORT.*U.
.'.' >.' -.cI s.- > 4
trapwnd.y fvmaaa rMUir.. I to4 *s f...
J ting out of my car. It's to coirrcnkntrWNT 01 Mr, and Mr Junk WHIni I y < lf1v SHIRTS Men's. Dress Oxfords

11 an and. ttmlir .*r. M,. I
DOrTT YOU TIT_OUt DCYI-W lAMJONG SOYKl .ft4. Mrs. Lout VtHmra sadL.rltiave I I '." VALUE

Mr. *n4 Mr. i.- i W-... .L....... 490Carp'
.N Wekh..et .... ......flag Caahe ( REG 1.49 -. ......... ...... ....
rtI .I.-c... sad M, sad Check H .. ...
fn ........ !roan .M saw Payroll ...., ,... J 177
FLORIDABAHK .. 0I'\aftM.' I FREE .... --r.:
Jo iced, Towels
Mn. sv Watrw 1N1 Bath
...-'- ....... 1ft l t e Panes : !1w.r. ::::, t.::

.set __ .twst .a nk.s+w'lea. so, .... L. XL
: AT STARKEOn r, a i.aro saran M3awdM I U*. Our F.ay. ,. aI0.7'cConYenMftt
h f.td.. ... ... "..."",,M
Mr A4. lira KEUf Olubaar .L. y. .*. .>... c.*<.. .".,!..
of31 Banlu of th. Florida National Croup .1.--..* vidw Ln .W ay Plan LMtoa JJ a M'. ... 66TllrRSD.Y.
.rni.v nwikMn J whist MrMm I ...".,M ..... of gala

Member Federal Dcpotut Izwurmncs Corp. .al U ., Ortrr. sail. .aa .04...

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:., *r1 "fIi'4ItjtPea.c.hes: 422"$1. :

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t i+ii! VAN CAMIMIt!,! 303 sw
!: iEli? : Cocktail I 4 .1.
... ? 'ii, '"" PANTRY SHOWER Cons : ; :\.

:y1\ .SALE REGULAR 33* a ..STOKELY.CUT A. G.Asparagus. '"
jhI 'L1,1 tr4V&1I 1L F EE :
:iI: :!F(' 7i'sEit j GREEN f 4 300 1".1.
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: : .j.i:;;:::: ::IEP!! : ; :E'EI.I' : M bw. r RiG.311t'v. STOKEUY CUT 6R.lltij .
.. IjlijE:lEi: iffi? flilliit i'rI': j? jli :? Eiiiiirlij:: r''!t iEi s v Beans 4 N cans, $1 1.R Beets. ,8 Cans 303 $1. ..

g. 23*'StoUly Gr. ..STOKELY TOMATOSauce
W-b BRAND SIRLOINSteak N 303 3 .
Beans V; Cgn 31 1. 1O 8-0%. $1
Cans '
... .98 Rg. 23""Stcfcely, Mad! Gr. limo .
Lb. oA', ''3*,.. STOKELY HONEY POD '
W Beans 5 NS5? $1.'G 1.Reg. 303 *


Juice 4 at: *t G lAR.2/J9111.; ,. STOKELY..GOLDECorn CREAM

Steak Lb. 88 P.O. 2/29* 0 Park 4 con3 ss1
Beans ..BVNo,300". > $1'1.B . o .
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< "g. 49* Van Comp Com d
.... I .j 120%. Peas 303 51
Beef. ; Cans 39' I . *? Cons'REGULAR .

Lb. 88 yf# ,.. REG. 21* STOKEI.Y. '$/39'* STOKELY GOLDEN ....WHOLE KERNAL
6 14-oz. $1 1 303
Catsup ; Corn 6 $1 i

1 Beef5195 .. a. .

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: ., .. Land 0' SunshineButter DRESSED FISH 4:':

:: 4 Whiting.LB.15' : : ::

""'= Smoked LB. 3"'A;;!/ :; .: '
Hams .
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", OSCAR MA (REff.: 69/ ; .
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Wieners. t
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L 1 Sausage ,:

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..1 :' "Apples.I 5 IAA 49."i

.1 lettuce' .'2 HEADS 39*: Cake Mix 419.gx.: _1. y a{ ,.


u' Bread. i 16-o&.LOAF 19t
Potatoes 4
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U. S. NO. 1 YELLOW = a TT
i 39x
:Onions. 5 BAG: 39,: Fruit Pies 4fr," 1. I Delight, PKG. '

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i i. Fillets39( < '-Ll. 59,nf
.49,: Dinners, 2 TOR 89,: (I..GU..U". ') '

w N ASTC FRESH '&ozt CONCINTRATI CHANCt .' I Maxwell'\ House ..:'

Juice..4c99 '

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..GREEN. ._STAMPS etx..C*m'i MN i i'_STAMPS, .,e ? ,_STAwS, (REGULARLY pI ;}.
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-) .Q(_( GREEN. w. .STAMPS. dtl J AMPS COX 48

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;, ,1,4J /i9' Loaf .1' Tuna ". .'.1 REGULAR 35 "" "*
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Diverted Acreage Grazing Privilege I I someone else do so. to contact r late. Dixon cald. The National Rabid Bats 'I ILet's plants in shape( to take the 1 leaky\ fauoet. I I properly.
, 'their local ASCS County Of. Cemetery did. however state brunt of weather sent. to FloruU Chinch Uujr | Attack the bugs by first
r Is Extended Through October 31st fice. All requests will receive that U Ute wife would pay for NAnd RaccoonsOn Go'Gardening front Yankeelund. Keep An rye .peeled! for'i laying down a water barrage.
' prompt; consideration.i Ute removal of the veteran's The Increase If f.ost pays a vUlt before lawn's worst enemy the Then apply the death-dealing
t' Emery T. WI lanu. chairman : extension of the temporary, 'i I i body: to another grave, sh* the plant.i have time to hard chinch bug. I' chemical. A jar attachment
of the USDA a-ate Disaster grazing through Oct. 31 will I RegulationsFor might be burled! In the same < Haokt\ b.\i- and raccoons ('U. cover them with cloth To atunp.se this active little I to a garden hose Is a fine
Committee has announ- make it possible for the participating luraxe: at the new site: In the are bjin round In increasing wised straw of sheets of plastic rateal.: rutlrres will have to .| way to spray on the pesticide.
"\ ced: that the temporary grazing fanners and ranchers : Burial In National: Cemetery. "This,i numbera In Pic.Ida. and the B, llervey Sharp If you use pUsUc, bo! sure do more than adjust their blfooaU. Dosage' varies with each
!& privilege on farmland diverted to place their cattle on Nat'l Cemetery I! should bit a warning\ to all 1 State Board of Health has Florid" Agricultural K&tenaloa to remove aL'Uglit' mater- and the your jer M.may .> <'I\L m1t'l\o1. III) be sure to followi
from production under | this land now and leave them widows" the director said.If | warned "pai.nts and pct own- s.rvka 1 till shortly! after front meltsif have to squint held, ui i i the directions on the contain.
r the Federal Feed Grain andColUlt'rvaUon i there on into the winter Land burled the sun's II resort toI hand lens. i er lubel..
1 Melvin T. Dixon, director of':, a veteran's wife Is j era of the danger to children It is not :-rntoved even
Reserve Pro- diverted from production under the Florida Deportment of first. and then: he fails to bb and pets.I rays can broil the plant in I Full growls chinch bugs are, ,
grams has been extendedthrough the Conservation Reserve Veterans Affairs. announces .tod In tile same: grave tin 'I I Dr. James U Nichols, director its own juice. black and only u fifth of an !
' 'I unlikebecause people n.\Y1.KS3 lltWAT
.; October! 31. Secretary i Program however may not I that no grave!' sites may ba ;; body of the wife wtll be removed -t of the Division of Veterin@Cy Plants are must develop Now la the time\ to (ilant( I Inch long. Th'lr"Inn are CIIUIICIIPiulnr
of Agriculture.' Orvllle Freeman : i be grazed at any time of the assigned to living veterans for to another cemetery: at Pxibltr Health, salt most they arteries to1 I Hauler Illy bulbs for next f.Med, over their back, with
I I of the
Approved the extension year unless special approval burial In Arlington National i the expense of the veteran's of the bats ni<> being hound in hnnlonlntf sprlnu's supply of UU-atom- white areas shovitnK. Th- -c. A. Crosby
shortly alter his tour of theNorth i is given by the Secretary of Cemetery or any other National state. Central Florida and In' this stay Allv. I8.h I' tucd ntlw r.. Prepare the null yonnit bugs& an wingless red I. Sunday School 10 A. M.
Florida farming areas< Agriculture In case of natural Cemetery: In advanceof Further Information pertaining '. ecuncctlon he irralU'd that, have a heart plantwiseuiul well ahead of planting by dUli with white. b.ick band" I.I Preaching 11 A. M.
on Thursday. Sc-;>t. 24. The disaster such ns now exists. I immediate requirement to burial' In National': the first dUfmosls In the U S harden Ytlllr ornamentals I Iso I working in name or"nule\ 111/.1/ It tAkrs 30 of tin-so lv>niphs I Training Union 7:30: P. M.Pntachlnv .
niircuiiib during
temporary grazing program Cattle on this land therefore I I Applications be made' Cemeteries may be obtained I, of a rabid but was made In they wvn't kt 1.11. Belt-vt 1 n alto that Is to manure' an Inch. 8:30: P. M.
was to have! expired on Oct. must be removed at !the termination I i onlyi at time of may death of th3 from the County St-rvlce Officer ,, UUUborouKh County in 1993. the first cuM wwp. nll.Cnk.Start theprocess .. |. motet but drains well after a I This enemy t ually attacks: I Prayer meeting. Wednesday
17. of the temporary StM-kc now A* It : shower Plant the! bulbs sit tint clung concrete! walks and I 7PM.THE .
veteran or that of his eltdbiedependent. in the Armory The raccoons: are til scattered I [ night
While on the! trip through grazlnz: period on Oct. 31 I of the state I Iwo month tu do the job inrlioa deep and from d to 13 drives, The Inirct; incite! WUMjuke \
Korth Ptorldi: to the 1964. ; pub ..1Iso.you! muni, remember that i I I
survey Dixon I explained that If the Post Office Plans i| c.Nichols said: that any shrubs (cnn' 111..1". ,-. "11"I'& and possibly injects a I CIU'RCH OF GOD
damage to crops and pasture 1 Eighteen counties in- I oven frost-hardy iris this felt I tote ubUnee. ciiunlux. ye'lo '-
are Try pliMitlutf
found on the round OF PROPIIECYUrouk.r :
is burled first the veteran bat t'f'
caused bv the heavy rain 1 I Hours For be klllihl if they arc I
eluded In the area in which must Uu an agreement Longer "most. likely! l.. rabid aol TII..rflI.1't several beautiful \! Ul, to bixtwnUli, pntchtui In FU.
and flooding In the area following the grazing privilege has now lander shoot i native and Imported( Mxclrs turf I
that upon his death he will Christmas Season IIhould not be touched AU | i
Hurricane Dora the been authorized. Those include be burled in the same rave. I parents should warn. childrennot lo. like to form in traitor.F I that) will * tlio gar- To check ait ailing spot| of I Sunday School 10.. m,
Secretary conferred with Alachua. Baiter. Bradford 'I The same requirement &Is''': Longer post of Ike: window to pick up any bat or wivtoity lenut l The Uny. sharp!' iln For Uio qulckriit {rvHulti I-IIHS for crunch b member of the ASC state Clay. Columbia Dixie.Flayer. made when the veteran dies hours expanded delivery SMTV- bid since small children tee crystal. puns'tr.re. cell wull I gut thaw rbsl-alas corms this boUi ends out of a luiiu metal Evangelistic: Service 1 p. a
Commlttse Hi" USDA State Olk-hrtst. Hamilton. .and, spell chin. to plant and' pUnt In Bveryone invlUd to attend.K. .-
'first. The grave &is dug deep |I \Ices and larwr-ocale extension t cannot dHUiuuit.h between month or next I en. Pit h one end of the"
Disaster Committee and The first ..t.,. Intender l\a1'1\o.lnl\ !, of teu- J. Bobinson..
Lafayette. Levy. Madison. I enough to accommodate both of the! ZIP-codvd parcel post the two. rich brie or boxes pu" cnn about two Inches Into the puator.
farmers aiH rancher affected 'Marlon Putnam. St. Johns. t'w veteran and his wife, \ providing speedup\ a:. panned for theChristmas "In addition pet owners),, shouts In to cut out .I riA td so1L I sal and fill with water If I II'
by the flooding. He prom- Suwannee. Taylor and Union. i ,,, rich fool Hk. nltroK l animals In- bugs are
nhe informs the\ superlntendent soaM>n. PtwUna tcrOenersl ,should have their\ There an any number uf( any p
ised at that time that the Deportment The State committee chair- i' of the National. John A. Oronou.k.l I ,nculated against. rabies bemuse to'.I'tt.: stop. feeding the pUnt.1'. colors to eluMViii tl'01am:h asyellow. I' float to the urf"CKControltlnn rill'RCU

would of Agriculture careful'! man reminded farmers in the I Cemetery! that she desires to|I has advised\ Ute SUrki Post I we have a number of entirely. If you ur. the average l>ron*#, whit and hlneh bugs\ Is r 8undl 8!houl. 10 a. m.
give serious and
designated area that prior be burled in the same grave i I, master T C. Jia.len. Jr. I Instance of rabid bats bittn gardener 'O'llva' / alroadyoverfed blue Tltry may lx tiicky to I I |problem (tut.. FloxUI 1 Anil Moriilnn Worship, 11 a. m
consideration to extending the approval to utilize the grazing recent outlinedthree animal maybe the shrub all IIltnl- I cultural' FJtpurtiix-nt Station!
The director cited a Mr. Oronouskt i dogs and caU. An grow but are worth the trou Training Union 1 p.m. Evening
grazing period. authority for each individual I case where" the wife refusal I I major new steps h., has| rabid for several dna before purr bio Hemcmber the Iris likes .iituniolonUU! nay that .pest! Worship, 8 Prayer
Under existing program regulations farm, must be granted bv the to apply for burial in the taken "to.- the bevel Chrb\.Un U actually! show signs of' A fairly dry fall with gradually ,, plenty of water m plant| rides.< such a. VC 1.1. KtlilnnTrltbhm : Mooting WwtnrwlAys pm.7q m
diverted acreage/ local ASC County Committee mime grave with her husband mail service the PonUU Herv- I being sick. w> there ,Is no toweruiff Iemperntur.awith them chine" W a pond or a Ola liioii and immune nr. Cnarlns Ilarvry. pt tor,
under the Feed Grain Program He urged farmers and ranch- Bummer, will kill the If
She now deklres to be burled ice has ever" had: < ,gutirante that a nornial-P- a tale Indian but' upplled
may be used! for pasture ers who wish to graze their In that manner and It is too 1 KxpitnUrd post office I pearlnx dog or cat may be .U alm helpful' In (letting ,,! w!
after Nov. 1 Thus the diverted acreage, or to let window hours Dot5 to :34 l as tow of Uie dim>a>M. unless It '

I deemed n.cevaiy! by the local Itaa been' vaccinated i I;!. -- -- .7
I postmaster Ho far this year. there have. '. : IS JUST AROUND
3. A Mx-day week Dt'c.- been ports of 37 rabid b"t$. I|' X MAS
31, for parcelpoet deliveries 41 racoooits. one dog two cats THE CORNER /
Instead. of ft ftve-day wwk two wildcats and one skunk.
3. Completion bv Nov 1 of RabId anlutals. especially N Emf

Phase 3 of ZIP Code parcel wild\ ones, &lose their fear of FIRESTONES 3 WAYS TO BUY
handling at .about 130 more humana and thus any
"KccUonal center" post offices,, animal that ,seems tame orJrk
strategically( located mall should not be handled 84ilYWttXJIi Cash 0 Lay-a-way a Budget

muMlnj. points), provldlrw Dr. Ntahola said. Rsroounn of. .
faster delivery up to 34 hoursor ten attack= dugs. which In Early Shoppers Enjoy Beat t Selections Small Deposit Will

more for parcel with ZIP turn may bite humans before ,ny-a-way Your Choice ... Pay As Your Budget Will Allow
thawing aUna of rabies. a
TRIALPAlNT.ii lit Phase 1 and 3. approximately One* r-ble* dmrlop. there rtf .", .New Stock Of

7& office with receipt I U no cure and death l It err .
-- --
of >} million annually and above tain. However
activated faster ZIP' may bot .lv. \ Iuun.d' 'I
Code soitln and dispatch\ ; by lately to persons bitten by ,

1 Sept Includes.1 The office! '130 with In Phase recelpti 3 what anlninl.U) thought Several& to chlUhvu boo a rabid ai f ltfoii< f Lay-a-way Now Pay Later -

t of $1 to U million far. this summer ".v. plcknlup bit Guns -- Rifles Ammunition Jackets
In addition. many other! rabid baU. have
srctloiml& center oflli-es with tell and have had to take the fiNE lIIIt FEU.TIP PEII Game Bags Insulated Clothing- ,Boys .

WEEK ONLY! smaller receipts mill have the painful and expensive: tltoU. t
THIS program In operation by early "If there la any doubt or Hunting Jackets.
December tit time tu hrlp question call your county WRITES THIN'.rOl"ollt.pKho'ltt.! __ I
PAINT BEFORE YOU PURCHASE speed delivery of Chrlstmaaglfta health department," Dr Nlclf .
malted with UM! ZIP ola said .oik, tt horn" worst or ZEBCO FREE
Code. I KhooltCA I heel CHECK

The Postmaster Oruernl ,,',I Ipl.na nn'nc'I1 or4t1 ton .vMi nl potktl clip. With Matrhlnq' KIM|
told Mr Hasn UM ChrUtmas' Non.tone, tdull.., Inll. $'J.9t!) !} \11111. FIND. curT) IK YOUH CAn I IH
of nationwide N. "'. (1.'". alarketlundsy
S S are part Bnllwnt colon.I I 95 H.XKK: I-Oil) FAMILY IWIVLNCJ
to bring poU- IVrhool. 10. m
0 program \ Thrust.ONLY t.
I dff
hasten Into more rrnpuniitbleposition Morning worship 11 .. m .
In postal mana'"- Evening Wmslup. 7:30: p. mypi 49 :: 'a ,{: 5 Drive In Today

tnrnt as "real partners In providing :. WmliMPuday, 7:30: p. In .r.. M) (HII.HJATION
better mall service atall Prayer Meeting. Friday 1:30: t
levels" p. m. Krytat wcJcom y' {

/ aeJ (O i ll We CARD wish to OP thank THINKS all our ,I Rev L. H Williams pastor i I Levilater ] BEST TIRES BEST TRADE BEST SERVICE

fr 1 Cs1)) a s \J SITTH( IIGULAI Purr' FOR Z friend who assisted u* ao (lotrtL.: sis a ..
GIT THEE 3 GALL O H f 0' greatly when Hurricane" bore Cvrrgrven Baptist Cttunh:
'lUS I
nODUCTOU: AN ''N. Bradford
C"h; Ge' FOg OUA. sr THIS' nil wrecked our horo and belonging will\ conduct a (Iusp.l l atng at
UNUSED MASON OU '; TO "TU.N THE" *. We especially thank 7-30 p m. ,."", fda,.. Oct. 3. v r &btO"DEALE"i
GT A .GALLONS. WITHIN 0 DATE DO $0 AND Sheriff P D Kr1dUh" and hld Trt* OVwpelabva. t u.rtt ofJac'lIaonvtl" County ,
O,1U t yl 14 R lUll and Mr. H.. f). D nmark.aidnry .. Telegraph
CASH OEPOSIT REFUND 8. and Katie lieu will$ boo featured Evrrygrwe Your $tore of (unlily). .MerrhamlU and' r'rUndly& Ne rk' *

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t.-e..w 1 C_'.. ar..w I-sa..ar, ar..rtat .. HOW IT ttOUKX() a $ Electric Curl $3.98
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p.At1'E% FOURTEEN n_ ___ OnUJ'ORT! rotoJTV TF.T.F.t'n.\J': RT.\lmF.( ry.(ram' TTIITHRmV. OCT 1. n/l'/

I I II which was bring poured on i use.. the machine before> offcri / I Lacy Green Jacksonville; five I and 50% of money made this Carl Brown FIRST \PTIST I I

: that r i o was nearly useless! i Inn( their ;pecans for sale. i i sisters Mrs. Pearl Kearns comIng year to: pviieh-Me'I II PERSONALS! I 'HIKCH; 8T.\KKE I I II
I Stanley. realizing In l Jacksonville Mrs. Ethel working supplies the! Mr. and Mrs Woortrow
Immediately -I'I More\ ( and more It becomIng ; I for 1' ;
rr what war necessary, rushed | a necessity to offer first Thomas Mrs. Maude New I school They also voted to licks of Fort White visited I Sermon for Sunday Oct. .1'! AMBULANCE SERVICE
to Ills campsite, obtained a j class and !traded merchandlss mans, Mrs Fedle Burncy. I pair an existing \vln-< set rC-1 here Saturday with her l-Morning: The Danger of An i PHONE 961-2COO:
12.48.45.i II
.!>shovel and rushed back to in order v, dvmunj: highest and Mrs. Guasie Qanklns, all': the playground with new mother, Mrs. Mamie Mead.! I Empty Heart Matt I DeWitt C.
the scene of the fire. After prices. As far M wo know this' of Starke; ; 23 ftraridchlld.-en ;I seats and chains. Mrs. Ethel Tidwell is con- Evening$:: The Golden Kula, Jones Funeral Home

The much hard dirt: throwing with I will be the only pecan grader and seven great grandchil-I In dlscusHlng: policies and val!<'acing at the home of her Matt 712.Services I
following letter has !, I for the week: Sun- DeWitt C. Jones Registered; Funeral Director
the shovel Stanley was able In North Florida dren. I plans/ for the coming year brother-in-law and sister. Mr
.IJavld:been! received by Scoutmaster I I to contain the fire. We Invite you to Inspect this I!i Funeral services were held I Ii Mr Jockel told the PTA that and Mrs. Clyde Rahme. after day Worship, 11 a.m. and Starke Fla.
Montgomery: Having once been a Boy machine and what It can do|i at 3 p. m. Saturday In tin i I I several t Ipi! are planned during being iii Bradford County 7-30: p.m Sunday School, 0:45: RENTAL SERVICES
Stan's Family. I Scout myself and having for you before offering your Union Primitive BaptistChurch the school yctur. 1 Hospital In Starke last week. u.m. TrainIng Union 6:15: :) p. ILa I
This Is form of thank. I Hospital Bed Wheel Chairs. Crutches
a you been on the district coundlj pecans for sale This is an additional at Starke with Elder Refreshments were served Mrs. George Kennan wastaken Wednesday Prayer Meeting, .
note In that Stanley the son and served!! as district commissioner service that the State I' Herman Moody and Elder at the close of the meeting by'' to Alachua County i I I' 7:30: p.m.W. A. Hogan pastor ,
of (Mr. and Mrs. Harold any, It ii my opinion Farmers! Market of starke Is Harry Eddy officiating. Burial Mrs. Lawton Younablood.!,' Hospital in Gainesville for' .
,did perform a vital and nec.ell8al'y that without hl.s Scout training offering to the public. !I was/ In the family plot in Dyal ,: Elaine Youngblood and Mrs. treatment Monday.Farmer's I I
act In containing a Stan would have been I would like to say also thata I Cemetery under direction of : I .
gasoline fire on our\ camping limited as to the correct I great many growers like to i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
premises on the afternoon of
method of putting out a gas I throw their strawberry plants Home.HAMPTON.
Aug. 18. olio flro.Thanks. Into a dormant stage by put- Diary
On this particular aftcr- r........vvwvV.VvVVV' !
to his quick thinking ting th m into the cooler fora
.goon; my family and I drove r his quick actions and few days. It li understoodthat
to a nearby .town for groceries without a doubt, quite a bit plants /seem to take on i By Sam AlcGarvcyof
leaving a nine year' old ., of bravery Stanley was able faster and hardIer growth
daughter in camp. In attempting to stop the fire from burningup ; after this practice. By Mrs. f). 1C. 1111 a lifetime
to start a fire In the our tent tent shelter We want to again offer thei Phone. 408.1160saua..a..a..aa. I I .
outdoor grill she set afire a ,, clothes and other Items we facilities at tho market fa.: .. You can read about the

can of gasoline. Nearby camp- had In the tent your 1111'> for this practice as I'TA MEETING fabulous/ Cape, or see pictureson
Ing neighbors Immediately With this knor-I-dne In another service for our grow I 75 Hampton TV and in newspapers but +.
rushed to her aid as flameslEI' mind we OKuln wish to thank ers. Elementary Approximately PTA mf'mJeII'sllf'ld that is nothing compared with Thur.. Fri.. Sat.-Oct. I, 2. 3

this young man, Stanley Low- I would like to state also in (' a busy session at the i i the experience of seeing at
ery, for his brave act on this this column that If you have school j close hand mnn's history-
first meeting of the
day, strawbirry plants for sale I year in the auditorium Tuesday I shattering activities to break Are Your Dogs Ready For This Hunting
-IT. W. Slutes!! Jr. please contact me or County 22. the bounds of space.. You can ,
evening, Sept.
]1025 New York Ave Agent G. T. Hugglns./ If you I Thursday, Oct. 29. WUlet We've often heard that wild I see the fantastic vertical assembly -I Ii Season? If Not, Fced Them -
Fascagoula Mine will give til the number of for this year's Halloween I persimmons hays a better i j building now under
f ; plants available I have a buyer J Carnival with Mrs. Rodney taste than the cultivated varieties construction [the largest
for over a million plants. Hall as chairman of the out- and now, after sampling I I building in the world] and! PURINA DOG $
Ho will need to know the side booths, and Mrs L. some, we're inclined to a- i nearby the Titan rocket gantry
Charley I Bradford Farming number that is available as I Johns kitchen chain: man. 0'1 gree. At least, Alice la, as aha ', which will be used in the S498MEA
: la the real persimmon cater In! I I shots to hit and explore thaI
as possible But I Mrs. Nancy Harden's third:; L
/soon would I' Only
V fJ) our family, and therefore a I moon. -
E. AS like to call to your grade presented a program on I better judge After gobbling Bag

,r'' + y : that we have a lot of local I Florida geographical" giving Information historical and about I air a bagful of the wild ones, But that's only the beginning -

Johnsabout ? people, looking for plants and,; our state. Their section the reports that although thy s I As you follow/ the caravan -
I small, and almost all pit,
lets take care of our home with I are around the place you
of the program Kills no..chenbl Flics Etc.
thin : ,
: question, : N the fruit has a more pronounced pass! historic sites from LadiesGardening
folks rtut.Funeral. the claM singing the ntatesong
flavor and la really a de whence our first astronautswere
SEE "suwannee River.
All summer long i I the Richard Jockel new as licacy. blasted off and dozensof DRED
f'DVive)' Slow School" HiKnlf\ Held principal here this year was other installations! where! Gloves
dhtn'l mean much. Lest IT Introduced to the group, and I The cultivated variety la 1 lean publicized but perhaps Household
For Mrs. ThomasMrs. wonderful for flavoring a pudding more Important shots into Spray
he In turn Introduced the
we forget the good old
lea But as a
or cream
space are being ready.
fwfiool days are with tIIIJraln Jennie/ Green Thomas. teachers.their After children's parents teachers learned real persimmon cater, Alice Pe.r Only

Children nre unpredictable 70, of atarke, died Thursday, they went to the various put them in the refrigerator Brat i way to If') there we Pair 49 PJQc
: and lack experience i liy Phil Cronkhite S pt. 24, after an extended rooms for "back" to school" to chill 'etn, then cuts and!, found was from Cocoa., Thplare Pint
and judgment. Don't lllnoss. She was native and night for further discussions served them as you would and Is open to visitors only

depend on them to do the I:I We dUtcusscd purchasing a lifelong resident of Starke, with the tenchers. At eachmnrtlng oranne. Last week, we heard on Sundays! from 10 until 4.
pecan grader and. It has now and a member of Union will be given I they are Rood when sprinkled and there! Is no charge. However
right prize:
the rest thing of, then,life.regret It l I I become! a reality. This Is another Primitive Baptist Church. for! the a clans having the with brown sugar, so we'llhave WI' were told that it Living House Plants !!

your service to tho growers Surviving are. two daughters largest representation! of parents I to try .that.. I may b<- closed .soon for a short
and buyers tor this year's Mrs. Doris( Starling of' present The third grade SAt time while roads are being Fresh Too!! and
pecan sraNon. Starke and Mrs Agnes won lust week's pl'Ite-a: gameof long last. we got out 0111 i built so you might Inquire ,
Charley E. Johns We would like to state a. WninwrlKht of Iawtey; thri-e. f"Clue," Cape Kennedy and saw the before making/ the trip.
Agency RAin that this. IN an optional bone, KtiSHrll. Carl and M. J. t During the business meeting famous launch sites the mlsMlln ( .

service and growers can lisa Thomas, all of Starke; four I with Mr. Foster Hayes buses, and the place from. We are satisfied! on one< 3e t tilul. .
machine to grade Eddie and Willie] where man will some day b" thing now We W iF
?, 131 'S. Walnut St. 1 this grading : 'brothers. }president, presiding, the or- may nevrqget
I their/ pecans for personal usa Green both of S tar k e ; nnlzittlon voted to give 80% launched on a trip to the to the moon but at l least! we I Vl
I r PHONE 904-0201 and also for those In outlying'' Claude Green, Maxvllle; and ) ,of the money now on hand, moon. It wasn't easy though, ), have' seen and Inspected! our r
I districts that would like toj I and If we had to do it over end! of the most Importanttrip Floor I Size i $$1.79
t enlisting an
again, we'd try as In history
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to see the place FIRST 1.1t.: n\'TI'ICI.\N':
(111'811 HTAIIKK.: :MIXED[ INCeramic ;

J --AR"EA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I.a spring( w! made a trip
11 down there! with the obji-c. II. Uitllon. firody, MlnMcr Planters :

.. .. ,. ._.__._.._ ,-",,,----,- I lives of seeing our fnvorll- Schedule for week Oct.t- $2Y1g\
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-- -r'.s.. '''..0 - ._. : : ,0- -"' J'- "> :" -- baseball team Ithn Coital In 10
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--- -- -- training and the mlnxllc center. -
MITO Al.m S & SERVICE: AUTO SALVAGE: Fl.ooitS() ) .I'AINT I & in.ASS: _I After driving all over 0:15:Sunday sin -Morning Sunday! Worship School,

-. Cape Kennedy we were finally and, Sacrament of

Barkley Motors, Inc. Paul's Auto Salvage The Sinclair Eaton Liddell Paint & I turned launch plaws back Is open becnuie to vl,1twr th"- 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship.Communion 8:30:: Get Your Fall Seed :::1f
At Co. pm. Choir, 3:11p.. m.Evening .
We Huy Wrecked Cara
Glass Co. Butiduv. That! Now Varieties
only on Many
db nppolntm !nt only hrl )ht .. ...
FIAT All Make. A Models, tlwd AftlK-slo! Tile KYANIZK FAINTS rued 1 our resolve to see the Veclnf'fclIlYIIlIlIIIlon r. 7:30:: pm.Thursday : Meeting To Choose From At t: O'nV'WV'
M..nh'I\\I'urU Ulll Fur Floors ofllcunty (II.."M Mirrors Sliding Iloon Choir Practice. *
Trloljpn 7:30: p.m.Plastic AND
-"t W. PI..C'laU.ae Inr" and Durability t'.nclniurcn: Showei, So. what with Sans being on
r ? SALES: St SERVICE: I'liul Any Part. Inc "'ou.Ualn..ntlle Hunduv PHONE 9fil-3D63;)
Tile vacation week age UCALCQ.ADMIRAi.
BpccUl I logo fxv 9"XO" Doom Wlndun AMiilagf a C .
:""f.clory Trained Mrclianlrsri0 370-1511 I Asphalt Till Btftl'te at 6.2o per 'arIM'IVllIpaper Storefront we Rave the Puddle Junip'-r aIIf'P 539 EAST CALL STREET: '
441 N. Pant Stock Yard of
talk and a few whiffs!
Co .uU Uon. ;.NotrbH
Tile $?.20 at
CLEAN: mum CAllS oxygen and set out 1 Hruln" the
;:"J.t 2201 N. MAIN Air Conditioning, healingRUSS'S 118 N. Mull. O.ln.svllle 118 NW. Sixteenth Bt. !Many hours Inter, we "" ,'re n- Tt.LLr.KAm.:

Gainesville :271-4373 376-8331 OAtND4V11.fJ!: n"Ilt: rain wandering all over the .......,- -
SHEET Cape, milling obitnclo after
I METAL INC. (fiAUIIKN: ) SUPPLIES PLATING oh"tacle, In the form of 1IllI'l'j'
reading' Government, '
r. Jnlly of 4 Wheel Drive Johnson & Paris Inc. I ty*-Keep; .out I. i

I ." KAMISLEKrVotiomy!\ listing Comi>let IJno of Ocala Chrome Finally, on the road leading.. ,I -- I iow\' I UI'lIitlll'C F Ihll'gilins s
Air ('mulllolling!
Inc. t"
Jlinerlcali Finest Car: Plating, out from ( nCOIWI' camp 1

I f ., Sin and Bervlc Miwt Metal\ ,. Inserlkldes-l'et, MrppIle'We the ntrnnre.. Joined ft orflrtnl im asother < I';'
tlpl'klu' d pv>'f. Nickel Chromium can awaiting an
Kvnt FwUllnor CiMlmliun. / Metal 1 PtrtUhlnt tour and then with Allc I __
Ridgway Motor Co. 3520: ) KM. 18th Turruc 334: tI W. 8th Ave Cu'OtanItuffl1jl reading from M booklrt" of es.plansttnn I BEDiUnROOMtSUITE

I O\IN PM111.I.E'; : PHONIC 371-9474 .ANTIQI fLCANtNO gut to ft the fans $79.954i.Isnish
1132 R Main :3711-K'WI ".... a14- 1 t" 1\1..11I1'
: O.nhe.v111., rill SlIVER: .'" *''-4. corren OIK' place and had the thrill
n..ln..vUlo. S7I1I1JSU \Valnut\
Industrial I lIaM a l'OIneI .
i LADIES I ) : WEAK I53 I NK tad. Ave" Ovals. BED ROOM SUITE $89.95
I AulumatlcCity: Trlln"mll'll'tlol\' 111..1 sasaa16St I
: I & G Motors CO.I I '
\\lih M'attrewtBUNK '
Cherry's Complete
CAnlLL.tCOLOSMOaf1.8KALES Automatic (:1NS
(1.dllrAflllv., Moot FuahiunaWe NEW! BEDS69'15
Address. FIT ladies
ftrinc 1RVlCr.:: Transmission, Inc.
U It EN81:1si'IT"'OATSat.IrEaINiTY:: : : WilliamsNeon $ :
Selection of Vend. ., Curt. 7-PC. DINETTE $5995iO"
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I N. W. Ulh. 1(1.( 411 All M kr and Mndei :! : 'With Mallrrw*

: rilONB 378-7SIS THITKH: CAHS toy: W. University O lnrH:.i.i.MUSIC "SUin Up 1th Wllll I.mn" i $

Dyanumetor Prc-Tested PL.S111'' NEON MON! tlE* RpLLAWAY BED 399SLIVIKG
=Uncoln-1\I..ur'-l.o..I'I SUITI.IK8: Sales .EtwctiogW.StalMen. : --
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: Sales & Servlct i'nohT 1409 8.\ Main n.N !srw l'IANn"tiull.a.nru."h"A fsrn l 1ynt'n 4 G UlJUUIJWUUIJ.WIUI ,JW ROOM, SUITE $39"

ui.!LION on ovn mlTllHlllfllf\llllnOn\
'I' OalnenUl.. nl-su l t Musk l FOUNTAIN PEN -
Crane ln vlUrYPEWKlTKKS
l Pt'IGtT; TIRSIi: 1020 8. Main n < r 2 Step MatioRany or Walnut

'Lincoln-Mercury Lillian Music Store 332-MM i $1.79Cotta II I 1 COFFEE TABLE 1995
-QtlnmvllVnBlltr LN-1or" I '
.;'T 0. E. rnlvrrmity. AM.t 1033>> I its '0.1 1 Custom Dua.I.TeID 2 Step pi.-Earty: American
Gainesville 373-4331 L lA-am- em.."" .". flea uty lit 1 N. C. llrml BU O.ln",,">* costs iis TO INII
i >Kngtlnh,; l'or4-\'olv Culture'OIrIaWomen.- Mar Hancock Typewriter ttirleehd l-II Kiss.rw.e.r ; =;!: 1 COFFEE TABLE 22,
t:,4 I usr.n 'AR8 Tallinn Uudseted. 11 I 01 f ire y co I 1.6.! gil'd I.rnitreit's EXCHANGE 4.p.rdslN.,s.Fl..g "Jt.f, r ""
I' 618 South Main I 41 or.rs Slat 'itoltom'
rRrr.: rt.tcr.MRNT5prclsl : Shop cII.l tstbt.I .
Oainnrluo 171-ltll Bicycle 8m1UAuUlorlt'd ..... y.h11. __..DCU-LL n"'r..r..rCr-' .. ... u-.1 STRAIGHT CHAIRS 2-9S
Vl I Dr."krAd
-- IJruah-Up Courw ('u.hnaa. V.sPa Se..len (.....,,...\''''._" T....... .... ...... w Merl 111 <*. f". .,-,.. ....la....... -
'DODGE D.11tT4A1 -. Central Hairstyling Iucrlt-0S.1-Y! :eadap.. >1lrui 3Jschlnw. Cak-u"",,". .,..r lit! ndr pa.gre4" N.ibn..f g .,t __ n. ,U14 1l. .... Sub-...bmI Can ItotlamROCKING

DODGE TKt'K'JI Motorcycles-.Sales Senrto SAL) t 1iR: V1C'f- RKNTAL3with \ _........... : !S b'"q*. > CHAIRS S12-93
BalesPutS65rvlca College tlCUWlNN l1CYC'LES1.000bn,1t .era..o.. e. .:=:..
w. USED C.VH.8 TOO h & Safe Work 4.'r; 1\tt-4: __ year ,.. -rl..wr.-.Ma-r wM. L.ne. t1.p..... ..a.n.l ........,e ..cwhMt '
Poole-Gable Motors IIS 8. K. l tat UUnpW11e .a.-.u as nnl. :::",4w t, a 3 ;. .. $$229.95 ROCKERS i49S
t 376.41131r'tr u IS W. I'aherdly Ul N. Main !'t. O.lnf lU ...
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Pontiac, .. ... Keystone Bargains
J, Inc. rOscRtTE: taOlll'CTSAu8 5 Town TIre Co. '-amiss. M'Bradford. ..-. .

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TRUCK OMC CENmtr0NTIAo: UIILN IT'S TIME TO MUV B. r. Cionn.I" County 3 Blocks North On Highway 21
Edwards ..
Building onQAINCSMLLK TWt+-Tsb.-ILMe.e
J &-...... ru.-Tr. FLORIDA
320 N.W. Stfc AT. Gainesville Supply, ONE DAT sennci: :
t J73-3M3 7J. ". MAin. 47t-l.llFLA. Mayflower, Inc. .n N. W. 6th.TL O.Iw..nt. .'11
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