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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 BRADFORD COUNTY* TELEGRAPH Joins BradforqJoes Demo Landslide ;







Official County Publication Established 1879


VOI.I'MF: nr.IITT-R STARKE. FU_ TIH'HSPAY. NOV. 5. IBM NI'MBEK: MNKTPF.N: : ,

For Joh&onQ.


j Lawtey ElectionSet I II I Repaying Set 011 .;



December 8; Old! Lane Oi 301() of IVinivrnfic Urndfonl County( i'artteu1. maintained p,lndi-t I Tuesday its unbroken by \ record nvinjr( !

Holland
President) t.\ Ildnn U. Johnson. : a \' t:1t'rv: over his: runninvr Bums

Three In Race ,i7 NT! matt SPU Harry (itiMwntiM1., Tao vote here was, ,

; The State Rond Department length'' run east, and went be JohiiMon25: :! :! ; to lolalwuh'I"14; 1.92Ab"t'ntl.o:\ ballot -

will receive bld. for rebuilding (Ween U.S. 301 and 811 I (16 *. totaUnir It> 1 I. are not incliulotl In I lht\Ht'\ > f J.ttlrt'A. Are HeavilyFavored

Cauncllmen; Wayne 3.ras. the second lane of U S than northwesterly i I.. 'inter Seventy-two' pi c.-nl of thecounty's I
aril :\101 north of Stark, on Nov suet with :::51UI: : Da >CHI S.131 quallflod' ekcturn nl election: "
Bryant Reddish and Marshal \
+r rte 17 Sen.; Chnrley K: Johns I III.hIY I.. tlonwlde President Johnson Here
voted the Pri'.iklriHI.vl
M. M. Jordan will put lu ;
I aRid yesterday Bills will also I In other riMitl "mu' ': . their! seat up for grabs December race !
the time' ,,,_ of \voto' to 1\ 8 lit Lawtey's annua bo r..lv..t l at mime Interest rirre, Sen .u\n i. tin (county I 17 1 privliift, Thr
on S233the so-called Mor he wn told that.: over Ooldwater. rncklnu. Bradford County showered
4.143 tlu'
municipal election.' turn.ulltlollS\ roanty'
gan-Church Howe Rou>l.Hon. l. The survey' .is nmipifi.the ".. .u 1.. It. J. up HI I ;per critt of the! popular its support; on all lJl'mOI.'I-atio
Uriiestoti- 11II OcHer"lug
Be< (ili tra ion books ox-neS:; ;: !
Johns said he had been : Anderson Junun Iligo -- --- vote more UtIJU,.. previous.rcord I t'sirti nominees Tuesday.
yesterday In Lawtey and wtl
remain open until November ty Riven this Information In a I School' road and the Kn recent conversation with Ui!#. hopes! to nJvviiimlor kirk. Itmxevelt In tunrt. Johnson< thumping majority that elected
28. Clerk Ethel Rtidish told i'rt J"hn.'n" (olI".t; Unr" 1I..1It' 1I"lIlInd
trlct Road Board member I bids voon. seared ovrir( 41 million In popular lUtyilnn Burn of Jacksonville

the City Council Monde; Ralph Lowers of Lake. City I Surveys are not completebut 1 139] i'30 22:11:! 120 22S: 7n I,, vote to OuUtwuter's :37 OV"hlA\ Republican
night
the; upcoming ai plans vote.were The mad clert for I I! The N'l' miles of :J01'. old! in pr 'Krens on the U"ih..l 2 20\: :H 1IH n 9i: 21 1 1a million plus in electoral. opponent Charles llolley: lu

also announced that the quail I| Inn will be completely rebuilt .1 I II Church ftuad, and the LJUrain 121 11\: 157 61 111 1t 51\ & 'I votes Johnson" received 4lW! the Governor' race
with an ft 1-2 ,In. llmvrockI City Road. 1 from 44 stale to Ooldwater's llradford favored Burns
t t 142 92 1b1: 6:1: 110 1 &&n
:Ing period for the election :
t Y I I I .e Sen. Johns ...Id. U.S 301 fuur-lauinK from S3: f"11alx states, Only :370 i iI more' than two to one with'
will ,.t I :UII 121 11\:\ tl'\
open m aoon a* Mayor 1\\ 217 Z.3 \I
x. The )lorllf"nChuf'hI"c: Wul.lo to I for .
Uritng Hcuihtu launder electoral vote are needed I I 1,rt'ln'Ot.! for the Jacksonville
,
Charles Shuford Insues a proclamation I I road, about 5>4 miles In I conalrucUon.: and from" 6 tR t; $5 101 -11& 1 101 29 1 eli'vtlon.tlrarifoitl. : mayor, to l.OM for Mot-

calling for the election I Orange heights tu M.twthornvlitniUI 7 211 In 153: r.7 111&& :31S '1 1IMH ) \\10'11. inlixH, ) by Its ,toy Durns carried every Bradford -

and will close November .be let "K>n. flits Itch l I : 1 272 78 25(4:! ( 7li 'nclHhlxirs. (rnlun and AUrhitii. precinct.Bute .

21. Bob Cat Killed At New River tu bit revlNml. on the ....:-III..nl {9) 1M HI$ 2.\7 1)\): 211 s2I0 In staving' in the LVmo wide I Incomplete returns

The meeting was! held In i Tornado Whirl from Hawthorns (to IUii t I ) 1 122 1:7:: 1:1:1: : : 1M 55 I critic\ column while. twoother I Rave' Hums 81)0,330: trllolley'l >
newly furnished city hall Dlcand'.o! (I.ro) and Kniery Lew In. are shown with
Joseph Urove due to a conflict with 11 l1:11)M: ] 1M19 151 l dl& 1 rxotuhborlim! counties ( U34.759 Around B3.-
New furniture was bought at I bob-rat killed near New River station wlille they were returnIn I rallioHil rtjtht-of-w-ay but It I 12 1\1: 7t.. 117 5:1: 128 I:!! U: esker and Clot* -rhferted to non abettte' votes remainedto .

ford the suftcestlon who several of months Mayor Shin *; to Slarke from hootlng ilo>e.. The big cut ,T.MM..M&| the Set TonightThe In "hoped to rei-elve, 1 buds on 1:1.\: 17' lr.o 2W U2:11: : In; I the ltriil\ >llf.iil ranks John I bot counted

ago highway In front of their car. i this part). In December I son's win in Union' County Ilradford voter gave threw
urged the council to make the laUml (] 1:111: ::12 1 114 ::12 111 :U \\1 I
rove to UelU-vlew'
I \ wa* by a narrow JII"IIIc nf to nn" approval to Incunthent8rnntor .
meeting room and cleric's office Relief Promised I inlor, ClAM Is !ponsortiid I. already four-Unud and Sen. 1 1 71 77 tn7 3J& WI :2715x1 131 votes, while AloIC'hullI"vl" I II Spesward" U Holland

more presentable. I llonv>comlii this year Johns said that llaydon I I $2 70 11:1: ::12 11\): 21UB 5 I the DrmmTAl a "ttrM\n\ of who triMinrtmt his Republican
"Now when someone comes) Is allied' Hum has promliwtl. to r.U'I I ;aft ::17 lil 11,1:\ 12 ,
and the community allot :3 I 000) Ooldwnter took oi'>,poiien|. CUiRt' R. Kirk Jr .
In and sits down we wont i for all-out support since this : lane the stretch: from llelle-\ lUHt-r County by about AO In statewide- voting. The
have to worry about the chairfalling Local Merchants view tu Intersect with the 1'1'1,114 :?223! 1122ft.1\ : } 10M :2.! 1211,; 71,1,, .
will be the last Senior pro cute but hid .it ct ('IIIIwin count here. was 1,434: for Rolland -
apart"and putting himon j ject. 1 Turnpike at \VUJ\vmxl during In C'liiv County with 3,577\ and litfl for Kirk. Tim

the floor, said the mayor. Activities will begin at 7:30: I hi. aUmlnUlratlon ... G.ver I votes to Johnson''s :hull I ..lal"lut..' IInr.ompl"tetWAil I *

In other biudness. Council Hit. p. m. tonljht! (Thursday I nor.If Lawtey Death Ruled Caused Johnson" cnrrlml :33: florlitionnttes. UJ7.34D: fur HolUnd. ant

Chairman Dave Shuford called BurglariesA with Tornado Whirl. Admis I this Is done. U S. 3O1 Mill r '' Itirludlng' populous. 54K030 for Kirk.Drndford .

attention to the need for :! be four-lnnetl. all the wav I 1>11\\", IIUHboi-oukh." and IInelU voters rejected'

repair of several streets and dente. from Bulilwin to Wlhlwou.t. By Person Or Persons Unknown\ I < Oulilwatt-r led In 4"niuuleii three proposed' CmiatltuUunsIamendment '

after discussion! the matter promise of funds to beet up the police force And and children under 4th grade IniMiiding it'svat. and and approved toNi

was referred!' to Councilman install lights in 'alleys was! given a delegation of Starke will be admitted free If accompanied Writ Seeks To most of the! small West. Pier ,). *. which would permit

Bryant Reddish for ,Investiga merchants who appeared before the City Council. : by parents.A I Alton DennU WaUrs. 34si second shift lot the railroad .ilii. rmmrlea except Jefferson the use of Nuts' School mint

tion. Councilman Wayne Muey Tuesday night to protect a recent rash of burglaries. Homecoming parade will j Restrain CourtIn old nUrolld( l brakcnuan ; aiMt stayed in Jtks- h llamlllon, nml' rraxklin principal, .was. defeated here

reported that the Bailey Spokesman for the group I he stated' Thursday* nol, nlnll di
ditch u badly clogged' and numbering .around 25.' was EdDahmer. !: I.George Dand lake of Jack at 10:15: o'colck. shot \vtnund Infllrlerl by ".,....1 Ihouati he tsar lo the Wi.inwrlihi water tonk the lead in tart.. C to 773. was Nrt It, which

that matter was also referred proprietor of Dah- sonvllle are hard to under- j Huppr will! be served before Morals Case I son or pe.aoni unknown.. ( horn "off mid on ,irturna, and maintained hi' permit the State,. ums-

to Councilman Redd}ih. mer's Discount House on E. !stand. Chairman Hum appointed -!I the name Friday, from A to I I II I Hiu-h was the verdict rrai|h t1, Waera eao" down fr" )n.oh '"IUuntil, prntoininntl piWt'r to writ IUt ,ntlra 'MWCorMtJtmUin.

Chairman Shuford asked Call Street. He told the council a committee of Councilman 7:30: p m In the school cal.terla. .!- Attorney for Norman II. ed jut a Tti'irstUr' .ftltI'l14D" .1.)11'111. u>. nmid.i) ""tier preeltKl, 2 and 7 f*.< aide Nt). 1.1:

Mrs. Reddish to contact Purveyor that. Ill robberies have Wiggins Ruby Johns Plates will be II. 50 and I Willis of Jai ksunvllle, formerly bv a n..df.,11. County roegn< baton his death alit siwit.Uts IfJh"tKll"luralH" of :311hleli which' would permit'i he voter*

M. O. McMillan. to urge taken place in Starke since and Berber ooodman to nuke, will include fried (chicken I of Htarka, are seeking to ei's July attar .Imuitt Uiree > nlgltt planning. to staOOHTI > swung the tide In' hi ''or Marasots. County jo alter,

that he complrto.tie .aurver January. There' was not a mconunendaUon concernl[ mashed potatoes, gravel! peas, restrain the lli-adfonl County' ho ors of nVIiberatlon.Watef \ Monday( to work on lib favor. Itteir liainestriid\ exemption.WM .
.
of land deeded!to the city for that many robberiesduring Discussed rash of complaints ', slew rolls and tea or coffeeAfUT J..t.. .'. Court from taking,j died) at U.t1QllW eaiy sccordin'' tn wltue**.** flolftwsier. matte. hit strung !.-... Vf..ttltt.lMr. sail

playground on the east aide Camp Blending days' from about. stray dote b9t.hI I the HmnaeoaUmsrj' Jurisdiction. ..iuJ_* .,.c*
of town. 1MO-48 he added. ertng realdenta since the doa Rams. the class mill. 'PUIUlOl'Ia i charging WUli It 1iMtna Ur. It C I Pedal I W.Anwlcbl! Mr Wainwright l raised UMi'ar Uf'l'f'ln.-t. 'wtv..,w he ,er.lvt4fl. <"< In statewide !voting. Iwiwavflf

Police Chief William F. Rosser catching duties hate been dance in the armory, with' lewd alai .IttwlvlouM language on dtaui. Road in went <4Lawtey ultli Chain hoist. and as compared.. lo 11V (to> all snteiulmenl weii,' "

told Uw group that the turned, over to the Police Department I admlMton SO cent' per person.' over a telephone.Willis's When ottlotn1 l arrived Watera steeled working on !tIn Johnson approved eirrpt No, I tn".ppwtlonnvMti -

Anderson Named eight man police force 1* undermanned In an effort to save A band from OalnrsvUle will.. attorney bu_. their' at Uie stvne the., body .was I lytnii UMO bat II yard,. It was. nip| and tuck In llmireeuirt | N* 4 (fallowing

'and simply has provide music motion on the claim that. the f ee-up. In the utility ,.tr. Wainwright teetltivt" IAII 'N'''' River !ale prtih-lpal, I 1 of the WUtwtetioul

not been able to cover" thehack Continued on Page Bill 1 *im.1 LegiiUaUve act nmlerwhich mom of the home A hllhpOwrred (hat tlw men, awtrw*| In guot hleh. Outitwnler eanlnl. by > .. fund: lo hr "spwnll.tnd .

RJE alley adequately atniitht. Willis. Is charged. il..e* U..rm.ta.fN'dIt tUl. spirits laughing aM talking mrltt of line. vol- 37: lo 14 No. 12 lexUndlng the

PrincipalC The chief repealed that l i t mil properly fleflne |led art In wa* lying across his out Irt. voluntary 1It"'I"' |*iei'l-nl, Johnson wan hi' .present formulai for gssohu.ax ..

I the two men regularly as ?:+ ""t ; Its title, and 'U Uierefvie un- j, MrHchrd left aim, and a'' glean' by W.Inellaht" al Uta !Irst eleell/. term .tr. batter. itUtrttmtMm. \ to counties

I algned'to'the' -nlcht shift are '}'...".')>( ,t< conatlluUoiuiLAu dcMible.barrel aht"II'UIW.*. adford Cuuuly Jail on J\tQ 'i.g down Itepubllrsn' "b* tlonwroas 'or road. purpose,,l.

C.. Anderson principal ofAmler not able to patrol the town .,..' tln-Hsur( <| A Milur.JackxmvOlo .leaning against, UM wall A 14 and read. by I lie.." U.lli the nation I \ Malrx. an I No II w.. favored ,in Until-.

st fAwtev.on Junior' wAs High School and also wslk the alleys to riE. .... .Uw Arm, /In a gaping hole. shout the alsn. of lut'OIW'> Jur. UM Law- VII m n>l fell li his culumrMl I nod tt: In 7M" since thin gnso

of RJK ; named prlnrlnoi the extent sufficient to discourage writ of prohlbiliMi Died In a qimrtrr. was In Wsieri.. I., nun. said thai after hk did! traditionally" ftrpublu. .11"" las money l... used a.

Stwrke for the High School in prowlers. : ; ... '... "" J' Circuit CiHirt her un Ort. 10. left ...,...t( Tim. rifle was torrid ion-Ui-l started Mucking mll. In K4I\IIA. seielhr for ".'l band tMl ie t.

the ivhoo) term at remainder the School of The merchants demanded '. '. ..II'. claim the IW3' statute .U not ; with biasNn>> / blond .wit .. ear" he ,iWnlnwrletaIdeated U)i Mwtter. carried' l only flvnuu ,"'I| uahiM Ihe .llnv. .Isl Intent4 ..

Hoard's' meeting her Mon: ctton. hw."ver. and Dahmer ." ...-, -: '" valid bee..... UM title doer, found on the. kliotgun tty to .til MM ire.lllrrn 6>Mth. ) Car new. U.IM cannon .b.. mad
;
.., not. set forth tHe penalty. fur vertllet b"ht" house for uf eofleOn nl counties' ote day. said that burglary Insuranceon ... ,. .{ I Thursdtf's a sup -11ft.., OeoraU. AI.boIrnA.O(\ 111'111111I&' II ,
hi. and several othr bustneMca. \' .....'.. ,.. &. violation! .",1" did. nut in I lo a tla! e e.v rl mnntlui of lite Mar lit. W.luw. l hlh 1..1IIul".M" hi U,t. *ln..e they .a'4'
.In-I' J, Msppl
Moore was transferred Including Gateway '..\. ;, :.' any w.y pat the icllaturt waiting More" the 'Jury was MM... he asked Wl,,is If I It .. I new formal", tht will site.hrns
from FUR: to 't .. "'Iff''" ttaf. An*!"*
arve as' Chevrolet. DAW Auto $uppli ., on nonce lbet I* w** ,pessmg flmt" convened on the day l. ot had mn 'my rifle. after i .. sermetMured a largot lIl.ar. 0'1\ ,.
acting principal: at And.rton'Junior I'n| eal M t Johrvwill
and Builder Supply a p.otstatute. .... tragedy, and then r* ..<< had It I itOnvtlsd", Me walke nrppnr'M txsdltw tie. .
.
High. A hearing on the writ will .. Itf ...a' .1111 .... '.......1.....
(both owned by Denver" R peiMlin an | ,..Ut.lInn b* on Into the tw"ur tluuugr" fu I'"... (
The transfers followed the Oevrickl: bas been cancelled. 'be held at IU. a m. T......)'. It.. Il.aOfwrd! County' Mhettffroffke the "",. "t. with Walere. tot' \ UM lI'MUMt' and iwo.i. 1 Urau"pr- Ibnr4rstle, ftonv-,

death' last. week fUll. : of KrfdUThnrtipklnS. Devrlnk told the council that Marksman Nov II, wrote( Circuit Judge" ; and) Wale Attorney U wln'' .. Wliwtl-hl' sold.They .. hit While' Mi.kature|tl.wsb/Win.. .. / ptoked prtMiranM. utwm nee* .**te given Un. ompli-

principal be ha seven break-in since' Expert Bradford tl.orp.I. l'aU.n. \ IXiring this lacy| tIN slxtt* went through UM ulllII In Ihmlh nlln..ry !vote. lit the. etnirti '
When IKw.M swats ,
the Bradford ,
County' J.II.1. The attorneys, Wing' this rain, uhlrtt prwunutbly killed '01"". .twf. Wslnertelttk km. M.a' ptwarvil la bv a trams
I School ajTitem lost Eddie: Deputy Sheriff Robert Finds Fame Is Fleeting same. ..r."m..t.a.1! l mack s Wsltr. ws sent 1-0 Ute nil *.)M. hie gun *S Thompkln. It lost of ,f tier.Nth The |
one Its
I Green who was also at the motion. galore Cuualy Judge In W""*t>lrwti>a. tl) C. In !t.rrlawt. Lat y ", .n..w"( "Ural hi.n .. err. IneuiivtKftl' Ibul defeated", ", In
lie 94 ,*" *ann and
key men. was
rnfMctsdby T A ra tan Oil. 20 to here" .'
I 1 orr'. IA law calked *' Bradford' (,4irr
to In*
delegation red >* lore me prlmfr
the of both. meeting, told the I 1 often of brief duration eetunt a new retold tor the ., ," .. more rare
people" rsrta. Obey t. the ...... < HA....... JudgeYawn .. "'" l I" '/ CarlPtevatl t
....''I A tom T Y1ttrw.n. lh to bolt. at Urifle Ceimml.alun Chairmen
School Saperuatendent H. P. that. 000 f"-on for so few arreU during top-notch. cooipeUUon 600-yard portion of teem" firIng hwy by gun taro ..Wurtnd lbs.. cN7N .snlaJnhlaeun's if
.
J.niJ the 0Uune.. aaJaftee .
< th. Fill, said. will tWainorUM. felled. lo eome off
Morgan( ...4. being made in such Incidents such a* the Fourth Annual A perfect arore would be1002OV lie I eta in Mr*>1forCM
wantsto Wills. a preliminary thai the aiujrale of walked on Into the. kiiehea .u with Prevail rmlvl/i. \ tOol'
H
that "no on
lo dead appear
A motion was approved to Pan American RUMMatches I or 20 antis center .. "Jol" ,,""..r.w. ", ..sIMet to *Upp ,
become Involved.* He said thrcaptain Prang l-tm shogun see held" .! put ort "Ute wsbv for rUU.r .rJ".t". ,.,ta. to '.'04 for lhiuitnln
How the 8JRJC bus to buy' In which: top mlfllarymartienen A few minute later' la the rlurg. .. with. trial. wt .. .button) activity. tor a rwvtlatl .- 1wv. I.aihufurd I..
_. .. whlip. Mrtn
'
be M4 witness to one' niiaatir.t.o-t..t& /flllC. WI"t.ht salt inlet ti'nww Sti. <
an eye Drasil amaah
front service station. from to American: : from .t wed l CVxmiy HvmnerstM Kwtlvx **
gasoline: a t t. .
fur UM ant rni county ,fL.w-
but > And .piertr.l- .. ... .Hit lh evffeehe Uiitrkt low
Call Street l M n vatiAi-t bue7
It )leaves before, and returns B E: on naUOftIi'tlJO eumpeted at the mark with a eUaling 10OI tll'. CtufniftM1. .5.1.1.4 l tort
when the witness got to court Zone. _V only one of b.. fudge' r ; wising two l lee-ht.. fiorn led heard a shot went in* ..nllnuaIalkrn l.. 1
after the' bus bermopen. Port\ Amador Canal meaning The at".1.. .... .....,,1. but 1u AllII
ant loses* Etkaa!: "pp.t be Mid ''bethou.ttt" N **w I I Cap, JM Iof.rt"01" shots Will allgtiUjr off crrvta. tMt .. alt.rn. the culprit. The ea... because wUhBgt. I,I Arwrdug M theI" _Mn" ny ewi.In.Iew. .lielebd 1.11, free f sees> '...Iv... Mn wylieInsa.
(Continued On PIMP. Two I BrazU. J ,flrftt. I sympathUr in the buUsrye.rt 1M ....... "..awekiteb' -rase4hHr Inrhst.d. s
dismissed '' .hi kk.. wHh I,.. rifle. II' I4M for In* Party Salt-
of that word was : lL.tl: moke. of the < Mokes .U. the ors of its sod. forever" restraining 'of aiLtww& Water's' *|fe on fish fry a _jf rally
from court Oren" said U. S. Army. Caribbean's Advanrrd I er.ok.i of .8UrtI. and hs !, Jrtge's c.... f*..., (fall' Ihelrand 1 one (.aad..uor. .tile. Inati aid a .**.,",. ..drvatbtrre9wllraeen HIM Z.>.tta H.mlU.....n. In IJI.
to I rae Cushy .M. U.. > *, In ,UM Mh.>< trot five 'l r..n".r Ito
The deputy also painted MarksmsAthlp Unitrvwnung | been In the service II 1 >e.f. ...cweed. fhUd. hv s i" un tIIookattl.-, .
1e.. free. Uklrf furies p j.--.w ..... .hMWalrrwrlgM .m.Pk.'r U.-rhrt "., .. tfllarke)
iut hand aim!
HOMECOMINGBANQUET! two reroni armed o the O 8. at theme 1 It* I* now stationed at Port la tae _U.r, ........,..C ." N a a--... g./rf radM'. avail durst mall '
I rage -
*f loral service euuoiM and <. Bit ntokee hid fired a / : La. alter.. te>tng W UM nwrrlste, ha4.bean. star. PxI : down h E wystks. 14101y (.m- Uv petty. << rnxnUwe and litcumJ
Mid. that. baa/ : department Isbainnt I p. rfer' Iw 1O -IIV 'I|lCmii 1m four ,..,. tat' I with. till' Weinvrtgnts. .141.. Mid. he ...* ...nI.mall., tssir4 ts.A.. { .r,,n>.. John rani.l .'1
I-.r "
hard Unte rounding. 1 th.* Water ...-. ta lh. pee..was .t..KkH. M UM sight, pXWH ... ".''.''''''''. ,.....-d... ,naal, ..e ,..aU totes Ie 44 writeIns.1112r .
aM
Imp ertdeoce' la them' berauseao ; Man Killed Woman Injured Children' Group of fiunrtng to JUI'C'llh' UM tfW S4 trailed It ".r1)n, eil4 r'tor. ,abhe; fw Ihtititf llr,U
Cafeteria .. U wt'Jint to bcmmetsw ,. wean .. t LrrnH Allen. dPf..tI .a"I'"
BHS trans rsUtse w \ .aI. UM ..tt. UW d tar 'atlve. C1W1IMt'; .. f'..
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,>Br.....s. UflUsTb>> an abondaae As Car Goes Out Of ControlA I Reaffirm Job .wb .car1ft4 (Mi JKg.RrAIMTh.r .digs. fM &UM *Mrlff' H> ,, /K;' "e' ...ppr.ttrl.. ....,."* (.totee In Mi..* May prlmar**.

Fri. Nov. 65to7:30p.m. *f "other .tctonD&Uon".! School Approval had pu ""' ..-. s .,....f .rvaidnt get s cQ t.'Acec:.::; t 4.. bht "",,--"rt. Tu OIWW>> J ft kelly
... tIM t.wr boOiaw fw a f.
IsDrrrVl hold the rovnrfl A Kca/ka. .....1 .ub-.een4ard rood alueh ....1' ftfWtf-jrl buM Cdd4rn'e to ........ U w...... ems .girt ._. _.-e tPee.. T. 'IftOPtII..t titt.tea with J.Crairt .-
that tIw sttuAUo |. toM J.- a.1hD4.. was kll>d ...U. ram kikkevwd snd had, The -- -- I ....J Ts Aserasnv 0.... L.ft4redt.d

pntnt that If sown butne. and a womaa psarumXr. Asa deep troughs ft water on Hi! c+asa4te.I .t r.etftswtMMe 1loA: ; ct.orll'bf the
FRIED CHICKENand gars hen stJMtbtrroWterr .sp trd.+ Psew41, awvWu$le. Injured .de's' ant la tfM iavt>f> .tr \ ..,.s.,. >aMt ."*T efforti V* r I ChMlMe. Ltarbf\! >.*M;

.. of' d Kin V. its oMata a JM. Orp TraintoMiC ., i.am.
wtltwwt msMrn t* wbrft that ear went wj /efrU7 u- ntwetrf. P. U. Rood4IM'I
all c.Hr le__ try wU be fcro df e'Of4l'O& In a heavy rala aun* e.r tliI af the l_n Chrrr>4 .**.r I** ihie c"-.nMr st ... -1.' .rtNJIItot\ T I-

W put e4 b.d/r.a.i CII day and tar.**. over. aer rdtnc > ......'" ... lwrf.ar.I. ..ntta$ te.nd.7Tb. ... < c_, 2,''$'''; Cbarriv.. Judge T
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the trimming Naawo rUtr. tonal tarnttur I* Un rinrtda. Hlgtowey Th ref" h..*a sa....... .. Milan. wa taken *t ita A Y.w. 2.710: fhnwrvtonr. of

t1..er. _-s that tt- Pacrll.;! ...<.*..y* aft UM right ... of rearm till' IM.QfedCounty 1 HfMr.iU"">n J nrv* ftrnn 7.Wo ,-

$1.50 as..u.ta antrttiu e trthrwasti The wtjsaasj was tabs. ..,. UW had .ant U'W' a rwat4 1 D-'by.rm4 Ai+ thor' : ;; aid cu..nW. Murveyor' ...

.... ... crMsChafemaa the Cabm.atV of norVl" fne at fe.... and xruck a oatrr .- It, In vw of the frt that O UvMUte HID
ON.-ft Cart MvdJral. Cenlwr where Ne IWMMn with .LS left rear4ter.tfwwf .175.9etw.eet t'i. .,. $t.d tre.i.ol tkIr.- B>nr4 .MrmrMrreUeliolikur .
rd ..*.*- the tdPbd. """ $....... he .....toft af a .
= b nara 4oM UM trop Wet' .. rviiwev.d 1ft fair emUon ese Yves Artbtse PM, ,. -

f...... *tJ: ate.. garde aoUaw u.. pot- fe>md lost .... i! .".,. II't.wt.e., tin $geVi (fttliVsv. >*>S Q9tA*9 J***r*J'M ... .0 c .. ... ., ... .sclvM, 1JAI' .114 tncvmltenlfttxtney
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The Senior Clau .. Ur Pour. Deyu1.eat .... cree af M ear *. t* a *... ... at UM ertw Usae, Ttr .- ...--. f. HatJ. U *t. 44. UlItMl -

akr.awr'.W a* teUa" med U.WM tKrwwa te.A ro.Md laesrl to M ......'. .'"..t W tai 'i Htl..C'J..1C ....,
...... .......... Solo Awards Givenrv 2.
of BHS N.rdl tbe __.... --.4r.' ..0- K Mt a Jrt, sad ti.arasaa *' oat Ti v ..*a a coo vOt a a.toeW Driving .I fJaevoeed kalstaoe. -Iles."

1.IJwr. attavs.4 the as..r1ha. -IPCII" 100.4 .i r w ..... R- bred OM ear .frig..s'" Hr 9<* -w row Chaney' .. K. Johnee reevtved >.

.. Ow ..sia e0 pored ... death. anwtBag ..... set |TVfll>*W east. u.. >. tose fP+Vfrto.t* 0Tnnarf rv" > 11M .......... ......... ",.. Thos. f eet.Mf... CM .*.*. n. a f ).rr,.i C t..hM. IUS. 719. Snit K.A A.I. Thorn
iae.Cy,. ed-vted.. th* 1M4M .. Tasvr Pr-I.-. wed dAwf-a d4A ant. ta* eat rcf7- pig eiI,. ............ y.po, ,-. .a 0- *rw4teM.c.--- .owl. ,. Ute /clrui.t at sill biW .. **r I, 1 y...f,, A. K IU bry.I Jr. 2i'4 i

49 b.l po-I b' 1fe-, ...-.,.......L.UM wtwK. r4 aver an haw n $4 teat Rat .J It, A.glgs.. Fir* C1nr /5 v.. hs.At.i.r- .. te.'i .1Nk Iba YkwbMr : Naader I Mare, K. C.: RIM Attorney' T C. tXnvcan >

Tllla. SO'+e* Oeet7t ,itlil ...... the T14vr.lL It tmmrnt st .M aysaA.- raw. tn aa awfcsa smasiiss* It .. Mr T t. 43a* vr tore a.g M.*..r rw.....up h. !.trio.. wove .heft tot t Cvaweaed. tu...... II. 1 ,*...., polled. 2.M. a Sit PuMMrJwfetwtor

Weaktr t*> Ys..... jc4n1af17 Dl..sn44 a ets.ao e'MGo- tr 4:>* am. glmetdar" 44 .... Mrasal __ ;.beet. Ciabv 0atkl..1 1tra4tw",.d _. .e4 ,bate tluriesa. A.... '111"I C ",,"-N. h'lno.&ar J W "... .. ltong.r II 9fl. It- A. Oree;, Jr 1..
...... *v Ran at .;rants. ofCOasiei tflr. slam .., ___. *. O.. .....w ... -.. M 14sIoves.lt.gses (_ fliif a i1i M"i tag Orey74ta ;gees-alaar' .law ---a.r ..
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The Community ...... .rA ....... W ...t.a.a.. >.....r If II 'tete'.; stud "m7. aed Ce.gnewnan
and -.l w.s.er9amr. ......""-4.-.r. PP4sss. TI.lsrt ascot orfe *.**.... .**...ii1.. see....l.+ Mtltlww.. v* .h.d 93 vetaeIOeitinwd
5tAt a Bank .. me,.., that aOCII se- sph M a ........ avrerasa." ail tIWIIP't\ Ce+a1Rrsear ." Or Je.neae Sjafle s rsrlvaA* ,......; to. .... .......' w.-.." Ratagar" t, i leaf .
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COI'NTV: TKLrr.RAI'lI., STARKK. FLORID TIirttSDY. NOV. 5. 1984U

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Mrs, F." F. Stump and Miss munlty opinion. I Ir I BAYLESS HITCAY BAPTI|
.... Lillian Stump spent Sunday |, Bums Holland Bourd :Member Rodney\ Hall ', I I r hr ? Pecan Yield CIIUIUJH

with Mr. and :Mrs WilliamH. Introduced a resolution opposing -i'

... I, Thomson In Montlcello on I Chamber of Qommercs: ,' a 1g g 1 at Small; Prices Pastor-C. A. Crosby
Miss Stump's birthday. Win LocallyContinued and development Authorityeffortagto Sunday ScnoU 10 A. M.

oH. Mr. and Mrs Llnton TaylorJr. obtain a Job CorpsTraining I Hold Steady Preucbwg 11 A. M.
of Jacksonville spent th Cutter for this! area. Training Union 7:30: P. M.)

lp. GLADYS &IOOTY weekend with Mr. and Mrs. [ From Page One] Hall'a reHolutlon, which died Good prices. but small vol-l I Preaehin 8:30: P. M.Prayer .
Phone 964OC51Mr. Merritt Williams. for lack of a second, stated: at the first I IPf'can meeting Wednesdaj
I. prevailed
Mrs. Norman Bullock and In Bradford; .and. Commissioner "A program of this magnitude tune auction of the season |' light 7 P. M.Charley.

o.Jh... .' .' Mrs. Saundra Hunt of Orlando :. of Agriculture! Doyle I and nature would seri at the Starke State Farmers I)
and Mrs. D. 8. Wsacott: ) Tin1 Miles of Macclenny were weekend guests of Conner, 2.947. ouslyJnbManceand< have ad Market last Thursday.

*" 'of Tampa were Tuesday overnight spent Sunday and 'Monday' Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Szoggins: Other state officials: all unopposed verse. effect on the social! : Only :9,903 pounds of nuts

guests of Sen. and Mrs. I with her grandmother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith received complimentary Mtrueture of a rural area went. sold during the day, as
; pharley. Johns. votes of more than 2000. "W believe this' a r .
t( I E.! F. Mile* and daughter have returnedto program II1 .1 compared with 44,063 on opening
Mrs. Kate Sheppard of Mrs. Jcttye Hazrn of their home In Bogata, Col- would create social strife In r day last aeaaon. Over

Biunswtck: Oa. spent the Gainesville was Tuesday overnight oumbla, South America after I I's our community because 2.0OO ., half of the current ,crnp-

weekend. with Mrs. Edna Ha.a-t'l guest of Mrs. A E. McKinney two weeks visit with their Lawtey DeathI enrollees from different areas which .would have bean light ,

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes patents Mr. and Mrs. L. F. buck rolu\dl\ and environs that anyway -.- Wall damaged or'' !

were visiting\ Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. J Smith In Staike and Mr. and I, are stagnated outside the destroyed by .Hurricane Dora

W E. Haves In Miami last B. Sapp and Mrs out Sale Mrs. Mel Atchkt/( > in Oalncsvilla. Still A i Puzzle mainstream ,u >of life would ----- _.. -nw,a' ---l,1 last month Market manager I
!..? Tuesday to Friday we're in Leesburu Tuesday create too much Impact on Phil Cronkhite described the I E.

."".' Mr. and ;Mrs. O. L. Jordan night and Wednesday visiting Local admittances to Bradford a namely( populated'' area and I Girls Win 4-H AwardsTwo I quality of nuts on the first t

and family of Shreveport, La., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Monk County Hospital this (Continued From Page One] be detrimental to the welfare sale aa fair I r Johns

and Mr. and Mra. R. L. and family. week include;: Mrs Loyree of our children." I Bradford County 4-H IS counties competed in the I Top price paid last iThurs-. ,
Whiddon and family of Tit- Carl Sapp Wheat Baldwin busy. WainMuiffht said, so he It further'atated! "there !l lot
Mr. and Mrs Cocomlse Logan Glrlu won honors In the Home 4-H Home Judging .v nt. day was 42E} cent for a
ton oa. wcra visiting Mr. vUlted Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Annie Mae McRae, drove' to Bhuford's servU 1 fore, we the Bradford County lowest about this question:
and soil ,, Judging Contest lost Saturdayat I Mary. Lou wan. awarded (10 i of Curtis, and the I
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station in Lawtey, asked Dave of Public IRltru.tJon.atrongly I l
and Mrs. J. G. Holton and in Daytona C. Chostain and Mrs. Board
John Benny Sapp Thomas the North Florida Fair in !i and a sliver tray ,trophy, and I price was 17 cent for Tench.
Mr. and Mrs Eaton Jordan Beach on Sunday Callie E. Oainey of Stark; 3hitford: to call the sheriff protest this program Tullahaaxea.. I Sandra received a check for I Other varieties. were: "We have saved about
last Wednesday to Saturday.Mrs. Curtl Lee William Edwnid Moore Mrs and drove back home. being( Instituted In our area 32
Mr. and Mrs. Mary Lou Cooper of Hampton $5. Stuart, :34 cents; Success ; 20V in insurance -
John fleas and daughter and son. Jerry, spent the MUdred 1. Wilson/ and VerUU: Deputy Robert O. Green and respectfully request the first I Moneymakers. 22 Vandeman premiums
(right) took place all Team members were Phyl- by 'packaging' our
of Lake City were visiting ..weekend with Air. and Mrs M Mann of Melrow l ; Johr testified: that he drove County Bradford County Development ; and Sandra 30; and aeedllngs 22Va.
Ir.Ulvldunl: iiI Lou ,
scorer ,. Cooper
Afeng Mary personal insurance in
Judge T. A. Yawn to tlmtcenn to reconsider their'
out Authority a
her Mr.; and Mra. E. Mr and Mrs I
parent of Waldo
John Mathls in Qebrlng. W. Eddy ; Muggins, Starke placed third Linda Edwards. Gwra Jones, Cronkhite wild that grower -
and that when Homeowner from
W. Hayes on Sunday and Mrs. Allen\ Woods In Pea rUe Rhoden of HamptonM they ar- position. high scoring Individual. SnnJra .Huggina, Debby Har- who want their pecans Policy
: R. E. Firth and Nolln Lake Wales, and Mr. and Mrs 8sit and Mrs. L. J. Richardson Jvcd Walnwrlnht met them Morgan commented. "I don'tsee The girls. judged blue jeans, fly Patsy May Karen Gleay, graded should bring them to your agency. Are convenient -
I Woodburn were in St. Petersburg John Woods and Mr. and and family of Bangor,
on business Sunday Mrs Johnny Lee in Lakeland Maine arrive Friday for a mistake I wiped the gun off do with UII. and oral reasons the day before the sale. Whea age policies now availablefor
Mrs. Alice Anderson attended Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woodland / week's visit with her\ mother nd put It aualnst !Ute: wall." "We were asked for an en- menus for the Melcctlona.gave The girl were accompanied nnta" are not brought In until office buildings and
on the trip by Mra. John
' the' funeral of an aunt. ,family of Lnke City visited Mrs. M. W. Lance while en In the statement read byState' domcment-: want personally i A total of 26 teams with Thursday there Ii Is not time mercantile firms from 'the
counted Irene and :Miss Dorothy
Mrs Ullle Mills. In Oalnes- r Mr and Mrs. John 8 route to their new base at the Attorney Duncan, "to Hal stand! aald.up and be I four girls on each ,team from Ross.RECREATION. to grade them, the manager Charley E. Johns Agency
vllle Sunday afternoon. Woods on Sunday A.. F. B. in Camden. Calif. Wainwright at lint dented ; "
Lloyd Gilder of St. Simons' Sen. and Mrs. Charley Robert Dwrrah of Waldo that lw had wiped off the "Von have every right asa said.The second auction was held ?

. Island was vlfdtlng Mr, and: Johns returned last Frldor; and Mrs. Thelma Jordan of ; shotgun but upon further person, but not an a Reboot today (Thursday).

MIII. R. II. Qrider and famila fa'om.wn. days in Olcnville, N 9Urke are patients in Doc : questioning by Duncan said Board," Morgan told him. NEWSWINDOW \ Charley E. Johns
. Sunday and Monday. Tie tor's Hospital so far as I know. I Hall said he was the only

f Oilder also had as Sunday C.Mrs.. David Lawson anc Mr and Mr* T. H. SlAde didn't wipe the gun off, but If School' board.! member attendIng Agency

guests Mr. and Mrs. R. W. laughter spent last Saturday had as weekend irumts. Mr. I told, someone I did I guess a meeting with the Development I PAINTINGThe BANTAM FOOTBALL using the center: also. Everything -
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Authority and U free table tennis 131 S.
except Walnut
t did. St.
: Donvlllo and family of Orange: 1o Wednesday with Mr. end Mrs. B. W. Stalrworth of Halloween window Results Friday Oct. 30
of Commerce last bolls and 10
Chamber they are only
I Park. Eunlr Castlebcrry In Auburn Vfanrocvlll, Ala., Mr. and To another Question ha an. painting contest: was a. great. Southern Discount 13 Law- PHONE 964-0201
where an cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip -lain. returned Mrs- Fred Palmer of Dcmo- wered, "I don't know why I Thursday night and the
I Mrs'' Cantleb'-n-y! from the School success, following tey 6. Saturday, 0.t. 31, Food
Cronkhlto and family were in with Mrs. LawHon to visit polls, Ala.? and Mr. and Mrs picked up the shotgun. I Bound opinion asked for. winners have been announced Fair 13. Oators 7. I.
wan
.I West Florida over the 'weekend the Lawson families! her, Dwight Lynch of Atlanta, Ga., !ruins I was excited.! Board Member Snpp said a : : Standings: Southern Discount -

vUltlnit relatives. from Wednesday to SaturdayMrs. :! Mrs. Blade entertained at In the statement Wainwright petition Isgoing around op- Grand PrizeBenjy Mox- 3-0; Lawtey. 2-1: Food :

. Mr. and Mrs. James HClirlstl. Robert Hess and, children : brunch for her guests Saturday sold he didn't app;ovs 'posing the proponed training fey! 7th Oracle BItS; Scott Fair.. 1-2; Gators 03. Thanks
: .) of Baltimore. Md of Dunnellon were visiting (, morning, and they all attended of Waters because he"wouldn't I, school I Whitehead 8th Orod South- Schedule: Saturday Nov.TBout.hem -

o were Friday to Tuesday her nrnndmothur. Mrs. R t the U. of F. game in support" his danghtry Member H. A. Lawson said, side Elementary Discount vs Oa
of Mrs P. D. !the afternoon. but Mint ho. never" had I' I
ors viJIlt-1 A. Thomas, on Bunday. "If the government want to Elementary/ Division lilt tors. 9:30: a. m. LawUvi vs
harsh words with ''him anddidn't
Attending the Clay Dr. and Mr*. Marcus Brown Mrs Don Bag-well returned give the land, ,that's not our place, Ann Cox, 4th Grade Food Fair, 1 0;oi5 a. m.
I Health' Department open' tnd children: of /Macclenny Sunday after: two wf 'k. in dislike him to the extent bUHln.Hi. brides It's In another Starke Elementary 2nd place KKCREATION CENTER I Bradford County; the State
, house in. Greet Cove Sprlnm visited Mrs M. P. Brown on hermitage, Tenn. with her of harming him. county." O-'rakllne Halverl! n. and ,

on Sunday .were,., Dr. and Mrs' Sunday.Mr. mother, Mra. O. S. Dixon In answer!! to a question by The proposed alt. mentioned Beck!, Jackaon. 8th Grade open The Recreation day Center Monday is of Florida and the U. S. A.
Duncan Walnwrtaht said, in every ,
, A. Y. Cpvlnirton, Mr. and1Mrs. and Airs. R. B. Ed- who underwent major sur Is a 640-aorn/ tract In Starke Elementary. 3rd place
through from 3:30 to
his statement, that he had Friday :
I Irvan Covlnuton. Mrs. mondfion and Mrs. II. C. which the Pamela Ricks and PaUlcl- "This
aery.Mr. Camp Blamllng 5:30: m., and on Saturdays is finest hour"
not had a drink: beforltWatrr' p. your ;
,
, Edna Hart Mrs. Kate Sheppard Ill'own arn attending the Flor- and Mrs- Junes darner to get as a kxiutlon for a Job Crawford, 6th Grade, Bouth- from 9:30 until 12
but : a. m. noon
. death occurred
Mrs. Arlen McKnlght\ ida ]ItOHplUl\ Association meet- of Jacksonville were Fri Development Authority and tide Elementary
and Jack Tmwirk Wednesday day evening dinner guests of did have one afterward. We have such !games aa "Never did so many owe so
I Inn In clearwater from Chamber of Commerce !hop** Junior High Division! 1st table
Mm. W. D. Muadyis; '.i- to Friday Mr. C. ,A. her parents, Mr. and ''Mt'.. T. MrsWalnwrlrtit testified Training Center authorized place, Greg: Rlhcrd and Johnny cht'aa. tennis knock-hockey, "
. tending& the Florida DaptUtt Knight !Is attending the hospital H. Slade. that .he was In another part under the Economic Act of Brabham. 7th Grade checkers and Chinese much to so few.

I State WMV.,executive: b lLtci Auxiliary conference: 111. Mr. and Mr. R. O. DitnsbvvUlUd of \the house when she heard 1964. BHS. 2nd place. Sue Hurst eheekers-xo why not come

: meeting in Jiu-ksonvilli* today'; Clearwater at the same time. Mi-, and Mrs. Roy J, the shot. Her husband Tth Grade BHS. 3rd place on by after school and enjoy

I Those from, out-of-town attending And.rews\ In Jacksonville: on wouldn't let' her BO Into the I Malcolm! Bradley and Wayne the center with us. A. J. THOMAS
utility room she said, telling' We would like to see adults
the funeral of MI'8John Sunday. Funeral SaturdayFor
Woodman. 7th Grade mlS.'I .
I :
Win Love Wilkes on Monday Mr. E.: MDavis and her that something terrible I I

. ., afternoon! were her daughter, granddaughter Beth Mlxon had happened and to take the D. L. Raley '
Frank Evans: of Miami were In Archer on Sunday children over to his brother's I
.. Mrs. '
'Daniel 1', 'ftktoy. of
A wanddauuhter, Miss Ann visiting Mrs. P. 11-: Stone and houm. She did BI told, Mrs.WalnwrlKht ; 03.
said without Stnrke, died Wednesday Oct.
Evans of Washington. D. C. Mile Mumle Andcnton.( enterlrut -
' Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, Mrs Melvin lUrbln of the" utility room. I 28. In a local nursing home

i Pile Mr and Mrt. John L. Brtvxi.Mr. Jackitoiivllle Beach: spent thrworkend Mrs. Wators testified than]., after an extended' UIiWM.
and Mra. Richard Wtlk.a.1. with Mr. and Mrs 'he had ne"twat'\ <1 a"v crou Mr. Rtley! wu born in And

ai i InI ,. Mrs. Rex: Mlxon. Mrs. I*. L. Lester Crews.Mr. word between her father and s alusia. AI,,: on Oct 13. nOt
'' her" hu.' Mnd. rind had lived in B'HcJfordI
Koani. and Mrs. R. R. Thedn'of and Mrs. GUY Edwards)I ,I f -
Jacksnnvllla Mrs. J, C. of Jacksonville] and Mr. antS Deputy Russell Redding\ the I County for the pint :27 years

KOCH' AdkliM, Mrs\ Ralph Pudjcrtt. Mr.: I.. J. Cooper Jr. of Way- I,. fr-Bt: officer at the scene.UMitlfled 1 I He was a retired carpenterand

, I Mr', and Mrs. A. Z. Adklnj. cross' O". were weekend'' that he found| a member of Hope BptUt -

:Mrs. Ralph !odaett, Mr. and iueirts of Mr and Mrs., David I Waters' bode 11th19 utility Churrh. Theresrs.
CASH Mra. A. Z. Adkln Jr., Mr. Browning room and took photographs,/ Surviving are three daughters
Mr- and !\ which! 'In'rehown/ to the Jury''rI Mrs Iris Bennett Keystone
:tnd\ Mrs. Fred Guy, and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler I ""
' Judge J. C. Adklns Jr of \ and granddaughter, Brenda Thursday nrddlnsr. said tM| Heights;' ; Mrs. Audrey Tf1 rS.i Fri.i; Sat.

a POT OalnesvUH.Mr. Wheeler of Kansas City. I shotgun contained two shells Broadway Lake Geneva; f

, and Mrs. O. A Oy Mo. are spending several" one. of which hAd been fired.1 Ii IiI and Miss Patricia. Ann Raley t J 1

No Pusdes* to M'vfI.' Nolli-' visited Mr. and Mrs. BmRlnrbrook weeks with Mr alai Mis. Leo I He Mid triTe was no blood)' SUrke: two eons Harvey C Save A Big Fist-Full I ,
i and t Mr. Myrtle. Champion. I on the shotgun. and be did Ralry, Necfolk. Va.: end Luther I y
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l hug taVrllo, No 8lniM to
IJ<.k, No 01>11..1&&..... |Ju.tOiuno Wolfmeyer<< In dalnrsvllte key and Mrs. R. M. Alvarey not see a rug which reportedly D RAJto)'. fitarke!'; and New 1.1.h
nine Items
, la Kuril: Seek orMineral Sunday and ton Greg, Mr. LucUn had been" used to wipe the rrandrhlldren.Funeral On Brand- l 1.J
Conner, Mr. run cl!'an. I services were held
John John $
! l Tines a busy Mid ()*tVuur I Mr. and Mrs. Pearson pPIUII
I KIIKB: ) ''(.,.b Vot" '! and children of fltorkton. Os.were and Raymond and Leonard Deputy Green later Idvntlflrd at 3 pm. Saturday in Hope'' ,I .
Tlck.t.: 'I' : Sunday guests of Mr Moody attended the World the gun at a 12 ring. Baptist: Church with Rrv.

|'!'I'1 and I. D. Vlnlng.I Baptist Fellowship rn*..tlnii in ihotgun loaded with doublo-! MI"tIft" Pnckhsm orrtctatma ''

[I Mr. and Mra.. ErvIn Andrrwaj West Hollywood last Tuesday O buckshot. The rifle across Interment was In the- church Hooded
Winner
Lust\VerkVi have (to Thttrsdtiy Waters' arm was unloaded cemetery under dtr >tJon o' 1r. Boys'
j, purvhaa* the Dun Petra -
Unclaimed 'he deputy Mid. IVWUI C Jones F\nwral :
)' hone on Edwards road I
Tiir rui-Roi, Duncan said he would Home. I
or ooo
: and m *>l Ht there tho past pre- .
Cash Put NOW weekend. or rnorurx'vBrookrr : sent evlih-nce\ In' the matter Parkas
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'o grand jury when the fall' jI.i ,
Mr. and Mrs. Hill Adms of
Rotary :
FU Hears
$50.00 137 W Washington otrrrt Vrm of Circuit Court vvcfia J.- '

I I have bought the JCtIilJ Sunday !Bchtwl. 10 a. m "vcr* Monday, Tax Change *' REG. 6.77

. Quality bassos Ncrvlr and CJmUllyPrviwrtption atKocim $ i divwa' home nt 1291: J\-// M<>rnln< Worship, 11 a. or Mrmbro of the C'OtOn-r'.I I

I imi'iiM' Dilvc. Saratoga. heights i and BvanuUltio: Service 7 p. m lury were Leon Norman. Changes in Income tax'" reg.ulUona TaJtdh
moved ow the weekend., Everyone Invited to attend Either. IUIIII,",. Onr r Cmrtrr.Tll *4 a result of the. '
I lava Your NIIJlt Ida. FilledKOCH'S 'I
. AT Mrs\ Kiln B.-U.irlo of Keystone I' !C. J. Rnblivnivt, Hr paitur.rifUkli > 1 Browning' Rev, Wm I recent lax", cut utborlMU by' $577
*'*>!x, nM O B.
: HebrliU: has town. *di i Il'ddl.ttbalr- / Congress were di ruMU at t CanvasOxfordsREG.

' milted to the Stark NuriUnxHomo. Nolrbouk. UJSt a man. II| th. Rotary Club Wednawlavby ;
FIIKR: nruvr.RY 'the Tn.toa.\fll. I by Juha DoivtkVxuu\ brash. 4 K

,I I chief of !kid audil.,. PlvUion 1.99HUNDREDS + Se tee a ovfenhal
Anderson
j of internal Il. .. .
I v uo. Jeckeua ,
with .k..*y 'IJ-o .

, Get First Choice At Firestone W E Head I villa.The speaker said t that tbII FeUy r $v' wiIt Iinittq. 100'7,
a C.'Ja..4. v. hebl.. o..rc....
trillion
aI tax cut WM the I .... SiaM
,
\
largest ,in tile nation's
''Continued history IJI c1
from Page One) ertM11teTO A5.IL..
soil the effect wo.M not be
! Baal, ....nar ....L 1'.lt I fully until Jaauaty 1143. SIZES

The rmigiwtlloa. of boa driver II.( RIo! U>. n.t effect 10 Women's FfanneletteSLEEPWEAR
1.J\c1l.r Jon. was "_pl"< ,: world be an approalBMte >JO''
.... and l r.W. Sap;> was "lurid,,;'. ,per teat reduction' to the old
: ytr eve one on YOUr fist la m,Jr, him U Miser aetloN I|. rat.. A singl p.r on ean earn OF YARDS!

I the board. .trr91lt to r lip t. '1100 w5.ier, the ww
I ,...tIt...*. )I.... finch. IHM.br""n law without Uah .
: TOYS GALORE NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED! I.I paying njr 49cFABRICS REG.
toe travel ..pa ra I,) tiu.tfrom fwtwre.N could earn onljr j

Iheoller. and barytesnhoula emend lets without "payUm"' $ 2.9 25M .

: HUNTERS HEll 01 AlTERS-TO !! Mrs.. Nildeban.evea, Incase tax under the o4! law, : .
.. .." ..u., toe WU *t3oalt Dep.kkua YS.L. 1 Twang .
EVERYTHING FOR THE SPORTSMAN TDue". aW .. Th speaker was IMrolba ii M iLUfyte( prfataj." p.N'aaw;
. .t .. bnqt. o.rro : priftta .
:
.
.
wl..t
I Devi f .u.- peltyta .J by :Neil\ Tucker.Wet SAVE 13c c_. .-.. J6Irls'
CLOTHED. SNXKtnrrK( KITS\ (' .EA ..sh icirito.w < ....nt. e...alrsets, adst..4h.r. .
.in tli e aJ\tlt ..bra.lu -
; :- : .t)10) 11.1 i 'n wcnt IEia1I .. .. tNwtr.MA October; A YARD f FlanneleUeSLEEPWEAR!

GUN If Wrf n<)"'' "rau w. Call ft WltMn. \ :3 s OIl1& '" aa.tkm, ge.mat.tatkw' was Mpegr- etpet.dpa 4r.step 3.86 Inches Fall tenon PrfGhPrtnf M- s r

V ,Financing On All torn*-- S** Our S l W .
a Ucerv, 1 IVrmita and If''l'a''tlnnt( Oar One stop Sport ""pl.i Maas. fist fee J'"MtI.-t twetlrr wa. a -.n..... Oatfag '
..ywtn.a' of a" 'ighlli gr.Jlo I tjr w.t monUi" fot ..
i FRONT END ALIGNMENT ONLY $S'sg- .by. Aeeoeduag the prW County wttJi a<- .-. *. *fSM Feel J Z fir $3
..-ly Ike. Isa-ptwsl' I3 yar..k lam** or raw eT ttteav 1.99

. Any Ford or Chevrolet. l'ar-I'r5n O. Other Mak*. On Hrsu iTl< boq M kse...,..... ..... aTOM count., all --.tLI\ She' Suede

" IL.4.ne." $1 JO \\'hHI-hw.. Wt.. .t aMM ........ .I trusses.tkeaa.aiag ,..t ...... of.n Inch C10tfll Geis' JNi-t sad ,La.p cool as _
..
taeMer.. -a at.. f la Urtobrr ftw I'PDW1Ied' W ........ ao.dt. pna....Van 4.!. '14.Birdseyc .
wile
"""'La
DEALER ('aaa a.p..s.l a.l.at- taw .,.... PtreyeIGrata ....... ,


Vi-efO Ke .kr.. UU tarn.. heard aMt... the poses %1w. rwu. q4Jfer.
tsaaesdt.4 ..btaa4 f... Ml .seen My per" petf.4 ALWAYS Diapers

STORE fly .t .Mahn )Us. f a Itrsdto.r Monde, KUMaad awn. ew- t arQ.. 1." 0Z.

AUrkua Jwator Cail.ge kat porxl SS iwcltf*. Nr. iiwe$ FIRST s.- ..,. $3
Tour Store, of Quality' Merchandise' and Friendly Sr&ice whet a" are ......ariusg .Iwstln.ra. ) tncltea. aJItt ...... IV. IT* QUALITY ....... ., ....... 2 **"
312"t MadiKon :Street' l I'h.",%. M.fI611| :Slaii. KU. t. .... uwa ew lttrra



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nnr FORi> rorxrT TF.IF.Oftrn, !ST\RKB.: FI.ORTP\ PAGE: THREE
O5.. 1964
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ey Junior \\'omen Senior Citizens t OF.S Supper QleaHon Tenn He was 1re.*
Japanese Theme tired farmei, end a memberof

\lear {' paign Enjoy Annual the Baptist Church. Surviving -
ForVoman's Club ii 1'i':i Eastern!: Star Is having>

Issues Debated Masquerade A chicken supper Saturday are four daughters
] Mis Cora Lee Hartman of
Japan; as We S r It. from mulit: l.om S to 8 o'clock In

:thv diarv of M ,. W H Koll \lh liimo Woman's Club Th senior CIH4cns Club. : : the Maionic: Hall Tickets at St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Prances

man U the theme for UK irt i I' meet" ic-akcrs .at their Halloween\ P.V ty wits attended :!- i $1 :23 may be purchased from I Water, Arcadia; Mrs Betty
White" Los Angeles Calif
,
GI.ADYSIOOTY: \program to be given at the met.unafond"y:' night Rep ; by 30 members In full'\ Eastern star members or at St.
and Mrs Lucille Smith
,
I Phone 9640651LaneJones :> Starke Woman1 Club meet \ .1 Thomas Jr Dr T ORli masquerade: draws and masks !,. the door. Quests may eat at ,

'.a next Wednesday afternoon md E I. Matthews! And was a huge success, ever the Hall or take their dinners!! and Louis.Bobby Mo.: three Bond sons both Billy of

at 3 30 clock at the RI"D : to the entrance. of a straj' out.
anus nticpeaJohntonhumph Tampa: and Henry Bond
rub hoiiv" '
( ii black! cat!
Milan, Tenn.; one brother R.
" Mrs. Nollm.in in in charge t-v ticket\ debated At the end of the ":\I.rc.11Of Beta Sigma Phi W. Bond. Starke: and one

ot t u program\ and it prom- ? s M, DI Retch 'pnkln: for ( the Uiaamutfuui.: ; the
sister! M's. May KamererM.irtln.
s to be an interesting meeting t 'hr, ,publican Ooldwafr- grant; pl.tMn"! awarded. UMs Qnmmn TJrtChptRr; of Tenn.Oraveslde .

featuring, J\D nes'-' \illU\ tlfkft t E. L. Matthew : :'. Pin'iH': D-Voe! Othepi' -.' Beta SUnia' Phi will hold ttn i funeral serviceswtu

models and other features c''ui', a brief ,'xpl."aUolof c< wrrt to Joe Verne regular! meeting at thu homeof I ,
held at I TuKtay
'' p. m. :
with an Oriental atmosphere 'hi 13 am>'ndment! to the !l.ld1": Stein, both of Key- !Mi* Ulrlurd Roclcimond. with R "v. Charles It Harveyofriclatinii
r Refreshments and decorationswill Plouda, Constitution whichw stone 1Id\lhl. 131)Sml'Inll\ St. 0'Nov 9
.
Interment was In
b" correlated. with thefapm"lIt' -nt, 11( d in Tuesdn cloc-1 Bones. acmes. and 1 d.me\! 11111tn: James VV Phlneris \ Dyed! Cemetery under. direction -

; ; theme All club 1'r 4,711dki' 1101111': '> J -roni" John was were enjoypvt! ai\,tKirrtlnm btrthdal)' I co.ho.'I .'ss. of OeWUt C Jones:

members have a treat in store t the moderator, The :protrnm were sung\ to Mrs I I Pu H'ral Home-

vs they tour the Orient as ;: wa bl'O'ld.'II'1t' over WPXE as .le -io 11 )\\'dl'lI' or Stn.ke' and Mr. Bond, 71
:ruests of Mrs Nollman M public III'r.I.'t'U..kt'Y: Bluoum Ki'vxtoifItluhta
a \1' i \ of
Durinn th* business' meeting axN rr* Danstoy president of the BIN! : Even: one rnjoyed the Services Held P. O. To Close

at Ire' all new member 'will be ..'I! Student Council ld 1 the club i delicious b'rtlu'uv rake baked; NextVednesday
I I
James Brat Bond. 71. of
s voted into the club inhe' Pledge of Alloglnnoean,1 bv Mr Meiccr '

'7 Hoste
will\ be Mrs A J Thomas Jr. SM| nwl"%r held the .hoi't biitlui'SH .....loi" u> make nit automobile acrldiMtt Sunday be" cloned all day Wednesday,

'hairman, Mrs. S. A. Do>Voe, (lags plans for a (Hip to the lnlittku aft..rllllulnorth of Btailcp' ; Nov. II. Veternn'n I Day, a
I
Mrs J II DuPr-. :Mrs P CJ t llowlnir the eI bate the Senior' Cttuon.n Club to.it on U S. 301 national holiday

Fit'lot- Mr*. C A. Futciv Mr'*. ..- .' Robert Green. Mrs. E. A. Carol Bessent Donald Richie with Mr Charles S' werpreahlent. I 18 Member will travel by dent of stark for the pad 'PI..slle Notebook $?.?0 at theSTAUKE'S

Hall Mrs S. W. Hamilton Mary .... presiding The club I but which) will Ii-Mve the, four years coming., hoN fret rLEme: : 1Pil.f .

BlackwellLawsonMr Mrs! T. B Harding Mrs D \Ved In First Methodist ChurchMiss will sell dl'kl"n)0" lunches Stnike Ul't'l'l'IItkllO'lIh'I' at l lS -

P Hardy Mrs O. L. Haynes the day of the FloiUlaMlamlname I : p. natnd riop nt too bunkIn

Engagement Told and \Mrs Donnte E .11' Mrs. L. O 1I11f'IMrs : Mary Carol Beswnt. : for close fJlena-' 'aid members on Nov :2H In front of i Keystone Ht>lwhts .at 9 30

Blackwell announce the engagement John Haney. Mrs. T. F daughter of Mrs Mary RUM of the r tllmll rhi horn: the Phillips 8(\ Bulk Oil Hunt to pick w members the,,

Mrs. Dorothy P. Lane announces ot their daughter. Howell Mrs. O S. Brown Besxent and W A. Bessent of was decorated rot the occasion The appointment of a Ways Tin. next ,regular minting

the approaching marriage Linda to James Ronald Lawson Mrs. J. H.'Dennls. Mrs. Mar- I Stark became the bride of with -tkiMietnent> ol and Means committee to plan will lx held' itt 7,:30 p m FASHION ('JoNTJo: 1t

of her daughter Shirley ton of Mr. and Mrs Ew0U tha Dorko. Mrs Vic F\'l'f's'l\ Donald Carl Richie of Winter white mum. gladioli and for support of the clubs Rental I. Nov 10 at whlt-h time nomination Inc.

Jane Bur bank, to Julius E. Lawson. and Mrs. George Kopelousos I Haven son of Mr and Mrs,. pompom The bi Ide's table l l Clinic was made Ct.llt'6I I' of offli-" '* will lake
I
Jones son of Mr. and Mrs I, The wedding will be an Carl Watson Richie of Starke. was t'o"el'l'dlth an tmpoited I '"..Iy the club has raised I, I place No Woman's Wardrobe
Is
Thiu-man Jones of Lady Laic3. ,, event of Dec. 11 at 8 p. m. in LittleVomen on Saturday afternoon Oct lace cloth: and centered whoa -IPO t to send to the Footer I

Miss Burbank is the daughter -, the Madison Street BaptLU 10 at 2 o'clock !in the" First thl'eeUI"I'PWt'ddlnlt\ cake l'.i rata Plan In archer t.o''

of Linden P Burbank of : Church All friends and relatives Set Fashion ShowThe I'Methodist Church with Rev. topPf'dlth a bride. and adopt a child In Hone Kong I' !Mrs Novak Elected Complete WithoutTA

Laconia N. H. She !Is a graduate I i are invited. i I John R Brabham. performlnu !' groom A crystal p puiuh bowl : Also donation of 17 10 wore President
Of
of Rochester. N. H, high i Little Women's Club 'I, the nuptialsDtxorallnit. a ton. end of t the table held' made for the Arthritis. fui\1

school class of 190:: and is I will have a Fall fashion show the altar sere fruit punch The Junior Club voted' to I St. Mark's Auxiliary FFETTE
Starke Elementary I
.
employed at the Leesburg at their November meeting! two baskets of white gladioli After apendlnir some tlm protest. the bn on prayer in I

Nursing Home. PTA Meeting Monday night at 7:30: p. m. chrysanthemum, and pompoms with their guests! the couple. I: public schools by wilting letters I I Mr Peter' Novak was. elected -

Mr. Jones attended schoolIn I at the club house I left ort a tour by automobile I i to all state senators and president tlf St M. rk'iCplwom .

Starke and Leesburg High The Starke Elementary The program will be presented -I Mrs!\ Uovd Green organist. through Alabama. Tennessee. I representativesNew; I,,I | | Auxiliary' at a ricrltng by .

School. He Is employed with j PTA did not meet November by Marian Green and j rendered nuptial music and Ol'orltllft"r which I I \ >r"'otf''' Into', held Moiulity\ night at err I

Shamrock Oil Co. of Lees- I 3, as announced, due to the 'Kathleen Thomas who will! \ The bride. given In marriage they are 1''ldln..t. 534 I the ('Illblint' Mrs Phillip CMobley. homo of Mrs Krniteth OrltVi

burg. election. The meeting will beheld present members fashioning | by her uncle W Thorn- Avenue U. N E. Winter I, Mrs TowiwendPtrlrkland I, In Clrrru Acre, with Mrs r/lt

. The wedding Is planned for I' Tupaday Nov. 10. In the the latest in Fall attire furnished i as HUM of Welaka. was lovel Haven '1"1brl<1..* chose for I, 1, Mrs Ernest. Moon. I, WIllUiu Carter .aa c.>ool".t. _.

Saturday. Nov. 21, at the cf.fetoilum at 7:30.: I by the local merchant I in a ballerina length gown ol traveling a dark bhir knit I' l I Other! officers elccktl al

pastorlum of the Lady Lake i Mrs John Torode reportedthat 'Members may invite their I!, imported Chantilly tare!' worn suit with neur acresiuMlM.complrmentrd ,. I I Margaret. th:" tkinti were. 1\11'1I. Forward:

Baptist Church. Friends and:! the Carnival was a, sue- I mothers and guests to attend I i over layers of starched nil" with a white I. Orlff Jr.. Mr. Kennrtlt 1"1'-1 I Burns, vice prealoVnt.. ; Mr. Think how many clothes ne,..| thug particular

relatives are invited to at- rest and a d tal\\'d report Martha Bolllnger. Janet | and bridal taffeta The fitted on-hid cornmie" Quay :Mra Ralph ',,"Yln. Mr W.Ill.uit Carter secretary sleek chic underlining. It I Is the iiuliiinen-

\will be made later.' WinnersIn I Hardy and Vlkl Stmth wlU Dior bodice wan enhanced b\ The bride in' .a graduate of I'I. John Miller and Mra Mike
tend.Mr.. Jones Is the grandsonof the costume contl'at11'\ (': i be hostesses! for evening a scalloped aabrlna nrrkllnc Ilraiffotd Illiih MchtMtl The Sexton, (r. user< !Mr Tttomaa .was. Shift /ami silhouette. that should skim thftH

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- Judy Brabham most appropriate embroidered" In a floral di>.lm groom graduated from the The club has lost :31: handmade also etctr 1"
man of Starke. and Mrs.! Lot- for the" occasion:; :Teen Time Set made of Iridescent tequlns. University of Floikta with I a I foreign flag which" are of ClulstlaitMtinbwr r.hll'tUtf\ keep smoother lonirer. ;More !good n'wIt. Tuf-

tie Jones of Brooker. I i Sonya Biggs, most original: i At Country ClubTeen Lang sleeves. tapered to calla I BH In Journalism It* was a I valuable. to the rlub They are. \RI'm" In r"utI. like nil Vanity Fair nylon tricot. w. nh.en .

After' a short wedding trip i i and John Stmpaon, ugllrst Illy points over the wrists member of Phi\ Kappa. Phi approximately U" x :IIS' and .were. .remlmbxl olUt In A wink and dries,. Itself smooth It never

the couple will reside at their Judge for the contest were i Time sponsored by I The skirt was a rounded i and. put Pail: SI'IIIbulh' t they need them foe both state I ilUli'U't mating., to boo split, sits out. bans( !\ Its'hotly, It never need

new home In Carlton Village, i i Frank\ Owsley Mrs. Charles the social committee of the I tunic In front and back with honorary soholaUlc" BUima and local exhibit. If IIn'onfll betel' at Kl lUrnaoa Bplaco-
Iron Coma
In An.1 l Tuffettcx
Lady Lake.Rummage. I Sawyer and Miss Margaret Starke Golf and Country rows of miniature ruffle'' : Delta CliU JourniktlMn.\ profeaslonal. know about them .I"I'** contact Pal Church In WlllUton >nZVov nn < pick:. your ,

I Rose Duncan. Club will be held at the clubhouse I cascading down each side, i and won secondplace I II Mr*. Randal Chilly or : .It Mr. Novak. Mr. Lu- You'll Iw triad. *

I i Mrs. Torode reminds all I Saturday evening Nov i iI She carried a white orchid I In Nlloniil !leant any other club inrmbrr I clllw\ ItavU 1, Mr*. Clyde Trrwlllegar. -
Sale I on a Bible, and her shoulder I Journalism award In IMO Important dale to n mem- and 1\Irs. Caiti were
board. members that themeeting I 7. from 8 to 12 P. m.
j length veil was attached to He li presently" \ employed U I'bur, Nov 0. Orientation for I appointed as ilrlegate
I will be held in thecafeteria I teenage I
Warren
J D
St..Edwards' Altar Society I Mrs a crown of seed' pearls. Her' Bureau Chin for the lakeland all new members a the home The Auxiliary voted to .
to theregular stated
at 8'IS.: prior of the club
will hold a rummage sale on All chairman only ornament was a culturedpearl : I I Ledger of Mrs Charles Sawyer,, !Nov' Chang. IU meeting night
meeting. .
PTA door prtaes.games
will be '
Saturday. Nov 7. from 8:30a. : I there pendant a gift of the I 13. party at flunUnj TrainIng from Die flat. Monday In Ute
board members are urged to and dancing. Bridge
m. to 4:30: p. m. next to groom. I [Buffet( SupperAt Center for their adopted ntonth to the urcund Tit
attend. interested -
I to those ,
the old fun market on E. will be taught Thomas A I lug girt of cottage that. morning: CleanUp nest ntrrtlng will\ boo held tree,
learning Refreshments I Crews 1 Iome i I I
Brownlee Street rlaiiUc Notebook. 11.20 at the in Bartow served a* beat man kitchen at. chtbliotiMi. at 14
will be sold. Miss Margaret M RUM of For I Nov. 211, Chicken
1 TILE( It\I'ts. .. Bridrs-elrct 1 I 7 90 p. m : I
.. Gainesville\ attended liar cousin I box luiu-h sale.Community. I lalloween' DanceAt 1

a. maid of honor In a Mia. Lrater Crow was

dusty rose' street length drea I hostess at a dHuihtTuI buffet. I Country Club

of silk, lined with U Helta. supper UU Fitday' evening al Club

Get Your Laundry featuring! three-quarter ImiUi bee home 91* W Call Street. Tti mark. hilt seal OMIII- sna.eatS4Iv
I Inlloween Party
try Club warn thin. _tiMe lice
.1<<('\'..- With &this she wore honoring MU Janelle h uh- .
matching: accessories, and hatwith I ington and MI. Marlene Unm. npl/lr- a llIIo..vn tlvitrv lat flt-
PiUon :
a The State
Sunshine Bright With 1 veil. She carried a bouquet I brldea-elrrt pea Club entertained at a d"- I weds, etenlng
.
of ted and white variegated I TJi" Crews home was boobroc but The tlul hews was allrwotlvrly -
tlvtitful' Halloween party '
uwoinU-,1 Ui U,. Hallnwm I r4 rr
carnations I .
the O'c..lolwlUa several UM Community
Our f 1 My evening al
Triple-Action' >n mill with rum
Mrs. IVuenl chase for her aft '.tU" arrangmvnu ofmlxTd thrhlktrm
daughter's wedding a light chryn4JiVmuirui stalks wllrhe and black r
Theburrl't. of ..nldoyeeaCorn
y prlwm
(.t.. .placed l a I vantage"
blue sheath street Irngthdrrst .
Coin Operated ; table was Covered witha *t.lk*. bailee. of h vpumpkin
with jacket of lace over lace rlotli and ceittert! *, and orange and point. thniuglMMil Tt>. !e-
taffeta This complemented ftvuliiiM'tit able was euwrrdwltli
was with br.nch
I a thrj.; canrl bark streamers drI'on&rct Uwehib >
with beige accrmorl : labia drroratod at 0'all,* llallesearloth
Washers! with JIUm'IJrnII. hawse for Ute orciMlonTh "'
l light blue hat. and a tied I with lull bow "' fireplace, eovrtrd wlU and eitb" >re
pink carnation corsage I Trw Individual dining Ubb. black and buns p.utpklnauwa -
ervM Prier .
! Mrs Rk-hle. mother of thogroom were centered wills atnct. all.Per ( 'r-hnwol., aol
a
1 with .la>rg akelsetoas. was
.
attired In a tur- da""lnC" w r e tnjoynlUiroitghwit
\ was i candle Iioldrr with white t.bs. I
foral l I.ontnt Tie pttnf'h
quote sheath street length candles. and decorated with i the .".'01...
I I coverer with a yellowcloth
The Pre-'aMh Soak Cycle Pets All The was Mr II M llalrlM Jr was
) drew with silk Jacket lined L&;J1H- f-'tnll J'. and eentrrrd" with a I
IxMM<< Dirt-Then In Completely Fresh +' with taffeta Hit* wore a twig I I The twenty guests IrwtudMl \ I'I'U.llfN I In eM( .,.. of the game., amiMf
|( ) *en rt roratinnTtM
Water The Second Cycle (;Joe*, to Work hat and acrfMorirs and a., Mra J R. lIuUI".ton.1Id M U tJrtimxk' was
> > "" "lma 1..1" 00faixngrters
1 1" .
Your Wash This. I hfltmtn' of lrt. ivtrevlififnlcommit .
and Completes tv pink carnation corsage Mrs O L, Itnurn, of KeynUm* enjoyed otblna
>>
Proce. Plus Three Hinnen Annure You Of The Cleanest Frrahesl t a"h polkmlng. the weddingsmall a Height.. nmUiera of Uu honOTF 'for apv**'". fWtlng In UM. fun UBirthday.

ThU New' Concept' In laundering And He Convinced. rrrptlon was held at ( .
Try
Ever
pond, and partner gaupS ,
, thcP.nI"' of the brt M* AxMtng Vfr Cr-I In during Ute party N.ir*. I } Dinner

i iI I LOAD FOR mother on W Madison Mre.i ervlr* owe Mr Juliet Orlf- II I For Mr.\ Barefoot(
HERE YOU GET A DOUBLE fin of ichlrirtiow.... and "O..L

Halloween Party WI... ....U, ftoaUv and Car Stork Shower I I Mr and Fire harry mlllngm >

ONLY Sc MOREThan olrn crrwa.Tlie For Mm. Brabham *,...*,| .| a ,Umlly
For Crusaders hQ"t,.* prMwntd (tie
R24
dinner Mumlaf. ( a'
( ('ompetlU I Single toad) The Cru m.| gifts Mrs John R HraMiam. wa. I Unit IM. ..... tin WMhiiMltonw
aa a nwmrato of U. arcuk>n
achout class of the heat pVMKIIr MVprlMKl al a ,Mr..t | <.HMtng Mrs MI"*

Chriatun. Church: held a IU1krwvr Mark .ho...r given In' her Ibsg's uruM>WUir. I* M. :

"* parly e.WrdaV|r **-- Birthday; Dinner i hnfwir Tuesday"' at the U.thodlM .11at.f..a. ..t hit IlUtTn .,,,,,,,

me.t. Uw lm- of JtmTh For Morris! Carter r.lk>wMp halt during bat an".n
SAVE 75 <(& ON YOUR DRY CLEANING rauII": U e WMTI lunrt M>" I >M* *"..ldll''. wee. Mr

..... held ml Mr C U iJtnain seat
party wit held in UM Mr and fin, ,. M..rrU Carter Th lunrlwon.
yard mimtrd a bi s don fire f'ft& rt.11Wd| .( a steak dinner after the regular M.Nty d.u.b.rr. -...,, I*.*. Neal' 9

While You're Here Try Our Automatic Coin.( nl.d Iffy I Clean. and the IX yourw Salk rnjoy- aturtUr nffIIfttf at UM KIk* tnM..n>M and p ...r.'n _,. .ants. Mr red Mi* IIe1RMUles.

Ine .Machine. You'll Like Th. Way It Saves You ah.. ..it t 75'On ed a rumMnrrr fry, b>i..HMi CM.: lh arraMOM bring Mr "beg al wttlrtt a *tu.
Cleanlnr Hill '.ou11IJ.... The Wonderful fresh, Clean for apvloa. pta*d Haller.-., CarUr1. birtfuUr annlveiMrrT tltttnn" a4. Th KlngTh _.w.. W,.. U J Of**", and
Your Pry
Clothe gaanr. and told ttw to MraW > rkJb hour was atUacVr tIo_." wea gives W, and.. W,.. .......... Cwvrtl

Ixwk Of Your dsirlaC. the .eMar, Ia-., <
Aaalstae In aprttf .T fall foliage and "" ,. .1 rue vWw'$ were P"nc.oI rrn. af IOv_M*>* .I.tta h&.a

LBS. FOR ONLY $ Mr and. M-. Jim P .JIkn.V. tlu..ts T >. .tek. ..- Mr lr.Mim I" a r.N- '.
g $1.75Attendant Mr and Mr Clt.r1.. "R w. roused al tJw awlas4. If1II ..coIWlor" WM a gift fr *MCtnl c... e1..d, (Mss,

amt Mr ad MOUon. /. -r-- and. sts..tr seated Fir *.. .... be abrar. .* "..*.. AHNOTICE

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Jumping on Live Oak for a had nothing but praise for Tornado dcfenr which has another tally. Falcon this pass interference was called Trade Up or Down J

.. In Homecoming Tilt Jeff Warren I touchdown the first play from his player and coaches who given up only 'One touchdownthis time making his extra point I against the Tornadoes, nullifying 1l

i! scrimmage on a flj-yard pull he laid made a hard victory season. kick good. The Bulldog's first': the effort. J

|I to end O ne Pass- Tornado over a ,good team took MoS)'. It was the Tornadoes' fifth punt rolled dead at the Bradford The 15-<;-rd penalty gave 3-T SHOP_ t

Favoredover i quarterback Phil Elder wasted The head Tornado especially victory against no defeats and 30 yard line and the BillRP.d the Bulldogs a first town at

i Big'.Red Named Week'sTop I I no time Friday. night in ruinIng "."decl., plaudits, to hit line one tie with Palatka 'this t team sat on its way 70 the Tornado 11 with/ less than IIwy. KM( ) -S Miles

| the Bulldog's Homecoming coeehe, \ Tony Griffith and I season. But while Uve Oak yrcids via ground and air a half a minute left to play So. Starke CI''

| 26-3. Bob Paine. Orlfflth tuto.it the also owns five. victories it 'was I Speedy quarterback Donald The Bad defense would not !I I'J

: LinemanTornado I Pass took the aerial and lrfpmtv Line while Pain!! the Bulldogs' second defeat- Falcon got 10 yards as he be budged however", and even r

Fernandina outraged the speedy Bulldog h<
.. j| safety to start tile Tornadoes UMilKnmenti- loss to Monticello has been end. He and Mickey Agner. yards throwing speedy! halfback I STARKEBUSINESS (

tackle Jeff War- rolling toward their' fifth win .The Tornadoes gained 344. tabbed. with an assist from Eddie Randall Box for a tom

: Rated a solid 14-polnt and right half Beryl Rice a I I ren a 188-pound senior stalwart a* the two biff lino lammad yards (going,over and through Tornado coaches, credited Noegel moved the pigskin into 1 on a screen> pass. .
a favorite over Fernandina 175-pound junior is a hard was named Lineman of( Into fIlCh other all night Ion):. the tough Bulldogs with a the entire squad with fine offensive Live Oak: territory. Phil With Just two seconds left j J

:Beach In'their homecoming :i, runner and a tough blocker. the Week by the Oainesvllle The ,Bulldog forewall never balanced attack. They pickedup and defensive Elder opened things up then the Bulldogs; managed to Ret I 1J

tilt this Friday night, Brad Quarterback Benny Alvarez, Sun for hiliay: in Bradford I i walvered and Live Oak finally 100yard .rushing and 184. ,,, efforts along with an : with a 33-yard pass play to 1n the Bcorttisr >column when I DIRECTORY ,

:lfotd' Tornadoes, are in dan- another 145-pound senior, Is i I High's 26-3 victory over Live { dented the scoring column In the .airAWeotlnir' to the "eicnellent": scouting report?, Orne Pass the second 'Hurst kicked a field> !goal

U en*-of overlooking the,PIrates also) fast: and has passed* for Oak Friday. with ::02 left In the wanes, hard hitting- the Bulldog aa Hurse termed It, as being.. ;I straight completion for the from his 14. ''the ball plittlnjj

:iwho} have lost 'only one game |f four touchdowns! in the part Warren In the Tornadoes .i I when. halfback Johnny Hurst a fire fact ,that they: rushed big factor in the victory overhe ,; pair. I I the uprights as the buzzer

.14-15 to Santa TV- say the Big two names. His favorite receivers -I I defensive signal caller for the, booted a 14-. awl! field 'goal. for l7ft"yar.
:Red coaches, I are ends 'Mike Plkula, second! stnilirtit season' and In I Head Coach David Hurse 69 more ,through a superb; :. second or third toughest on Live Oak 15 yard line, Agner'
'Their mental attitude is and Joe Thrift, a pair of 170- an outstanding( linebacker and the 1964 schedule. moved three yards closer before BUS 1.01 I Earl's Garage

: going to hurt us" Head Coach I pound senior ends offensive tackle He Is also. 'I I; I' The coaches especially" lauded Falcon zoomed around First tXwns' 8 151 I IR1.tiI.1ng ALL KINKS or

David Hurse said yesterday. I Tarkle Jerry ward, a 190- team captain and will receive 1 1II Coaches Say: I the play of their ends who Us left end to score, only to I 6 1 :AI'TO KEP.UIl WORK

The Pirates, BHS coaches say, pound senior Is rated the his third football letter this i I, all nteht long eontalactd end have the TD nullified by a \ 11'I i 1 All Work Guaranteed
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.are a good ball club and are Pirates best )llnmnan with hill lIfa! .,,". Ii turned inside a Bulldog \backfield ackfleld-ln-raotton penalty. 21 Phnnn M9-2WU

.e bigger than the Tornadoes opposite member. .Mt tackle I The big tackle has been i Tornado Guards I touted as the best ClassA I Phil Elder would not be d! -1 Yc Penalties. Gained 344 0 245 21,' So. Walnut. Starke
:who) have an undefeated seaSon Joe Stores,. a 208-pound senior I praised by Tornado coach unit in north Florida. Defensive nivtt however And on

.. hanging In the, .balance. also rated a tough ball I for his stellar play all seasonHe .: I ends Eddie Douglas, a very next play rifled a 17-1 Rushing 160 176 69 ,
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:jThey possess a 41.1 record. .player. la the leader of the Tornado nil.pound Junior. and Mike yard pass to his. COUll Passing UITO SERVICEGilbert

Huroe says his backfield. Is The Tornadoes will go with defense which has allowed I Slstrunlc' a 172-pound senior Dwight, for the touchdown.Live Passes Compl'td. 5-13 7-19

istlll nursing/ bruises from last the same ctartlng{ iina-up an only nine points in six Are Outstanding were pralmd for their. fine Oakafter< the two I Passes Fumble Int.Lost by 2 0 0 11 S. Brown

wwk'a hard fmiKht 'Live 'Oak in previous contest with games thin season. 1; defensive play. I teams had exchanged the ball I Punt> by 2-26 3-32 I Standard. Oil Service Station

: frame a homecoming conk+st quarterbacks Phil Elder and Tornado linebacker Steve Douglas and senior end Htaxed one of Its two more ATLAS!

I the Tornadoes ruined- 36-8 Donald Falcon a junior I 1 Tilley. a junior and tackle : "We're just, fortunate that Tilley, a 155 poumler who Oene Pass, a 160-pound speed serious threats of the night I Yds. Penalized ,, 60 40Score I TIRF.S! A: BATTERIKS

for the Bulldogs. The, Toma- sharing the load. Falcon will Tommy 'Thomas: ,, a senior, we have two guards an goodas (I knows the offensive guard I merchant, also were''' credited going all the way from the by Quarters: Budget Terms Road Service
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|days also beat Fernandina' .13- probably .also see duty a* .* I were on the Sun's HonoiableMention i those (wo- they're Clipi -, position but spends most of with 'fine offensive efforts 28 to Bradford's nlne-yard- I Phone 064-7071
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.0 In the PlrateaihomeootnlDg xieferuMve "halfback. The remainder Hot for their play i obi of doing an outstanding I hte time working at Msrtart. Pass'" was the receiving end of line before being stopped with Touchdowns* 07 N. Temple. Btarki

; last year."We've. of the starting backfield I laat week. Tllleyi. led the Tornadoes I Job. anytime If they just makeup IlnA' defensive Unebncker position. the> electrifying gameopening the aid of a 15-yard penaltyfor < I i :
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done very little hitting will be Mnlor halfbacks against Live Oak with their minds to do It," Tow Tilley received murh 62-yard: pass play which holding. The Bulldogs HURST'S
:[ this week," Hum mUd Larry.. YHawford and Eddie 'I 16 tackles and assists and I I nado Line Coach Tony Griffith praise from Couch Hnrne for I I went a TD with leas than ::08 ground out five first downs Pass 63-yd. pass play: :21 I J P.

Wednesday In an efloa-t to let Noeifcl. along with junior BUS coaches credited Thonuts 1 has snld.If I hla work In the Live Oak. game seconds gone, in the game! but were finally stopped two ,I Elder to D. Elder. 17-yd. pass Service Station

:J the boys recover! from Lift fullback MICk y Agncr. I with "playing his usual out.ltandinlC was talking- about .*- last we k. He fills In, however The speedy end outran the lards short of a sixth first play: 31. P. Elder QB sneak: C is Oils Lubrication
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ft. 41 I Elder Eddie
Oak. It was "!'tJla ,ityp el Starting ends will be [onorrennel.Oene I / .game." nlnrs' Bob Reuvex and Leon once In a while to )Rive Thomas fast Bulldog safety to score at the Starke seven. j one Douglas, P. to | ". PGIU.it'S "110" -

: game" the head Tornado Pass- and Eddie Thomas who have played ulmiMt .- or Reaves a brief renptte. PaM also had a chance for The Bulldogs received to', 60-yd. pass play. iJiMxJyrar Tires .V KultcrUtt.
Live Oak -Hurst. 14 d.
Bald No Tornado will be Incapacitated Douglas; tackles: Jeff Warren Freshmen Beat .. every minute at offensive According to Coach Ilursa. u second TD but dropped a open the second half and''' field oal. lI> ROAD SERVICE

: : tomorrow how. and Tommy Thorn; guard duty for the, Tor. his two-year letterman guMrtl'1: perfect aerial in his eagerness failed to move the ball in I 630 S. \\ulillit Mtitrkp 9HI-AIII '
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i ever. guards Bob Reavea 'and Leon Lake Butler 196The nil i'lor* thin sea........ Lean la a Thomas, doe a fine to score. four downsThe Tornadoes j ;

:J The visiting Pirate aloe exDented TJionuua and junior center fixture from lust year's/ : eleven though I he' seldom l rots headlines Dowlas was also. on the aLv failed to move in four I. 1

to show the locals just Butch. Redding. ,I but Reuvcs came back afteran or very 'much' vredtt. he!I receiving end of a Phil Elder I downs when Pass dropped : ,

'abou every defense in the Bradford freshman grid Injured\ knee healed to All In always a. tlenrrvlnx a. I TD toss in the. fourth period Falcon's low aerial after hew

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scouting report .* bhered :by' to composed ,lot Falcon and tory over Lake Butler 111-111 I before the cannon would be "He seldom opens his mouthon was credited' by Coach Hurse" I II backs. Phil Filter then I PHONE 96 t2600I

Coaches Chuck Mason and I. Crawford at safetlmPass and tills season last Thursday weak./ the Held and when he does I with playing an especially tried to hit Pass but threw I
Ernest Barnes. They are big Mangel /lat cornel'bucks, and night, I I Instead the opposite has UK only to say 'yawsir. f>r no I fine genie. on defense 'too.I I IAceoidlng I over the end's head. I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral l Home

i er-than the Tornadoes have Jeff Warren and Steve Tllli-y Th first fltarke touchdown been true and Head Coach air- \that's the kind of boy I / to Line Coach The second time! they got

a a tough line. and 'tacks .With at lltvbackors. Tilley wa came In the 'Tint period after''' Usvld. l Hurse says "Nobody a coMi-h look forward to" i Tony Griffith the entire line the ball In the third period DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral- Director

:) good speed and ..Ue, praised highly for his performance a 70-yard drive when' halfback deserves, mme credit for the Hume .say- adding:, "One of "from tackle to tackle, all of I lobe Bulldogs also attemptedto I Starke. Fla.

Fullback Richard Schomos,1s against, Live Oak Paul Mc-U-od caught a r1ct'eN: we've had ,this year the beat thing any coach ran I them" did a fine Job. He | take to the air but were I RENTAL SERVICES:

a 185-pound senior and Is when he led the. tram with 16 10-yard pass from quarterback then our guards( ," my about a boy Is that he's I prnlnr-d tackles Tommy I II stopped cold by a superb Tornado I Hospital f'dWheel> Chain Crutch
tackles and assists and War
rated a tough ball carder He Oeorge. Smith. Right .. dependable and that fits I Thomas, who played both offense defense. Linebacker
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:| llkns to run up the ynlddle .Oaimsvllle renvas Sun named Lineman'of by the halfback Charles" Carter> who v r' r Leon ton" and defense, and defensive Steve Tilley knocked down II

(out also has enough speed: togo an had 'a 20->' rd on the drive { This la ReaVM' .first, full tackhts Bob Reaves the Bulldogs favorite screen I
the Week for his effort.Dcferwtve I
around the end. fuR be I and fullback Charles Norman 4 Jai; I I year of varsity- -football. He I and Jim Godwin ,a sophomore pas) and Falcon Intercepted>

[topped" In J his 5.Lag pn,. the ends will be I helped on* the march down I Injured his' knee in his second I us nell! an center and Llie\ Oak quarterback Malcolm i,
scouting wi-lte-ui to the Tor- DoufrtM! and Mike 81l1trunk.I field. I game a, a nephinripr fullback middle guard!: Butch "Biiat Brady's second try on

nado player.. ,I tackle will\ be Tommy Thomas Quarterback> Smith scored I and llneba ker .nd''was out Redding 'a 170-pound junior the SUrke 35-yard-llne, set- FLORIDATrJEATRE

and Bob R+Rvea, and Ri'd'i, the- second TD in the second for the _lIOn. He Injured, .'the who also 'went both ways. tlntt tip tho third Tornado TD
Left half Richard nobles,
a 145-pound'senior, is very fast a ding is a fixture at- middle period on a four .yard. "neak I.mil .knee again m prewasen \e.<. e kaUsv tett..Warr" m" ,a when he retained the ball to

', and la a Rood pads JTecelver, 8w d. after pasMuti 30 yards to and drills as a junior and could In. Ounct A1l.COnf..eoJ\C.1: )' the Rtarke 49.
1 1a 1a 1rt I Plea Unann toward up the not Hay last year either. caddldcte. and junior ci.,:"' From there fullback :Mickey

1I I tally Fullback Norman, start "It wan" very doubtful that sire" specialist! Steve 'Tilley I Agncr personally carried the

nd the drive off by Intercepting ffnb would be able to play tills I aim played fine aaraes. Tilley i iI pigskin' all thway. to the --

a Lake Butler\ pass on l I y....r, but kt)..;f leterminsllan I I via credited with 16 tackle! goal line except for nine

'thrlr 35 yard lure rA, arsnui' overcame hi* physical' handi and assistS, more than any "yards and one foot that 'Is.
." ,.;. ,. Paul McLeod scored the t cup and now he la a tint man on the squad Warm had : TIM 170-pound Tornado ace, : OPENING TIME:;

:": final TD on a 30-yaid run in Hiring guavd.-1' I Coach Hursesays. I1eM. Coach. JluriMi( said films I who ha. played defensive end MONDAY TIIKOUGII FRIDAY

'M.I; the\ fourth and Norman added I I Leon Thomas) of the game indicate, but the and middle guaM: this season I 6:45: : P. M.

'I'f!< the extra point "Capable"Thomas '_ L... respectful Bulldogs ran away with araivrlnjr' competence. : SATURDAY 1:00() SUNDAY 2:09

: ? I I Pluyera credited for their I In a ISA pounder ". ..Yi from his side of the line all rushed up the middle for six 1-
Plea y yards and then
peifoimance were t;; night.& came right
but ha 'U tough and. Rive nu
Una nu, end; Andy May ton I j ,, Mickey Agner and bark with 10 more for a first SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7
I quarter and asks nan while Fullback
and Ctoorge Smith llni>bark- I! 't-I'I' I I down at the Bulldog S*.
Donald
I II | ItMvea wlha\ In Ml 178 and : junior quarterback
era: David Mruoa.. tackle, ... j Halfback Lorry Crawford
I 'I II.! nuw playing. com at d.fen- r .tott Falcon also came In for praise Triple Feature Program
and Paul McLood who Intercepted *- :4. pot five before Agner stain
i .lY. turkU. Uut th guards anI from Hurse for their fine offensive -
r'y I a paM a-. well as scor primarily offrnclv specialist, ;, efforts."Asher' ru-Vd off guard for 85 yards \'o. 1
a tug one! Td and catching. al I I for another first down at the
Mt ra't
o however, and have b*.om. Ilk* did a real fine jot'i I '
y 1 't thrui..k pass for another. i IVP Oak six" yard lint
a preolelon mud machine bolstering a good lob blocking:
I The freshman had ,beaten runiUnff. I *rl llht P'Jd"r got four yards.
the middle of the tug and his fakes art's' excellenttoo !
Lake Butler. 26-0 and lost to I i" f? Vjner two more eore7uarterback
Palatka 140.BHS Htt forewall.. ssr4 T rthlcb quad our passing : Phil Sldrr sneak- s 1I1 1 '
Thy have their particularblinking game" the head' ; Tnrnadc
'd It over from t'ie one foot
I down almost la pr said. Agner was the squad's ,
Ttn.k Donald Falcon added
section sad being offensive leading rusher. Friday gaining
1 ''h' extra: yolir: tli", time hU
I BYLINEI --I4I1..t. they work on their 70 .aarda for an average of Iyards. on'r mood etforl In Hire tries *i tMJSHlMSIlUPmrliKiirvi .* tJXIVKr Al INIiKNAIMML KeisneNo.
technique almunt *v.ry day. Hob"Delerminailon"Reave's Falcon, a fut, astir .
Pi ln* back the Bulldog"rate
I In the Tornado offans the I runner was second with, 4: ''
1/ :2!
the field for almost
Ill J'., Hteve t>.nmnrk. gtmrle) ar. the ono Mho have I yard and a eli yard a.era*; I up
e your new high school ('or....- i lu irpot opponent' defensive. I Renve. worked hard lifting Halfback fairy: Crawford seen\ minutes before theytams aaeslytlettaislONat..r' ''

....nd.It', I'll b* wtth you changes ant, let the real of weight. all last year and rushed for 39 yard and 'Iv ran out of .gas at the
from now until,. nail spring the line know how to block' I tnroughout .the summer 'to five yard avarice, halfback: mk.. n yard lln the Tornado tf11! ..SAXON-irtxaROMAN,

hrtnglng you up to date schoolnewn. the rhngc. The ..*rd.. llkNirk .. build up the knee and< sa far Eddie Noegel for 14 yard.i .and pass defense( again= --
I >n. skins their backs
.. haw. to work en lhl-j'' I this aea.on ha had no trouble a three yard avrrmre, halfback I
This year, 'ihtuhpol '11, limingna' at p.. OrlfftthHtnle with it."Thu.. 'I>-&lahl aUdet:: had four \Vih: his hands on the bail
lucky .In having Mickey I>a"*. two Offer no I we stein It took Phil Cldorwi EYll EYE
*. ta 'there wilt be no bnya yards pine on one carry I THE
t by -AS tie student bo>lv pr..l- ... *it,.U motion when they I eiccunee.: they know when and Phil Cider >had two carries ; ..x one play. to add a fourth .
dent, Mkliey has a good done bad job. end eiown to the ruin of the
esb-i move out on a blocking as* they've a fur two yard including ,
ln..t to work> alimg with him eI IfTnsnent.Th ; they .".10. up for it on lh" .1 one loot aaeak for. touch 1; kio..i' "hwnevomtntt 1\m'.ni ,. :No." 3a14aa.fifsrM.a.
and 'ther Int of ottnm : -i, to the i nlsnt he hurled a
are a new d-aeh
two starting guaM.l neat pkuy. I dottn. Falcon had a 12-yan'TD .
. ; Bowling Record Shattered I I I I..... In ('Nta.thla f91U' I are. bathed. lip by Junior 4tev Y<, My of his two Una ,...nU.C'f"dure run e.lle > *
{Hiringth, past sin! i">e*>ka I kcal notion p.maltr; .Iu l who raced<< over th
lIMo new .I... oork.*r. hav.1b..n t Ml < J Joyce Ward '.f 8lark, a Mir Ward's blalu l last l-M'te.l The iludvftUfcav for '' rtU coh....." dianerIMMMortxt : BUI Ma(. dairy Juda- The irk -uloir quarterback. it nude It e-0 for thr

veteran In l...n. bowlHig.ahattvred .a I i I.am. ram on a slut ofstrike e met their new t..+ ) .. *y the *.iUor cUMM.Your Ins. and Konnie WLltehetd.aalrly. who could h*'e threaded a. Tornidoea Mik, Frk*' try

: all evlallnic' women'srecords i I a mlM (nine pins I, anal l fc.... .itloil& down h'1.! ,atl Bii.n... will be I, neKtl with, lua Uur.*ln< Friday aJ'four 'or the extra paint w. sldeOah .
tllI'n'h. ",'arn,..' with, greatly appreciated .. they Oreeahanddermee. atgnl. haG a hand in
s at Palm L nrs In up .tart. tu.ltilnfi.. Our football .1 I.1I The 33 resolving *-4T remained then
Galnesvlll test week wph' a .sewn in a row. In 'th. t.ntli' I .M.| ta* ana**? for .....ar trip wfre. WIlliaM wuad.I ol the Red team* touchao fur' llvo Bulldogs to ftaht back
team SMB
tretnendoua 477 series ,1 fran ah* left II"e pi"lP, 110 far anA ha giuie*. a 1 U Mw Tar*. And Ih.. J union. I Mike OhmIXreld Orlfftm .na. EMr be been on* of I .ca|INt.n..

a Rolling: games of 1MI 237. fat lh. spar. anA ..Iru'k11 P laM..I..1 are actllnc a.,n.g*.. order Handy Harley, J. R. AtUetna. U e west depx-Mlabi. and sprinkle alit| class
and a atandout 3*>tt windup I| the antis hall. Th 28 9 la hr alight conitng game rrunv Kay, .U gwil. After ., Pet Cajrtlw, CharW' Coetn; .Met. tmnter e>d players on Ute. Jerseys. but the* nerer gave Sun. Won., Tues. Nov. S, 9, 10
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.. .. the' setf"*. and accordln
tll. will fe quad
with the game I lamar" d-Mraona. .
bowling ,
was
Joyce hlxhvit alnsTl game I Jerry OUtiy. up with Co<-h David
8r-.nl'.. of ll g. C'OIM'h IMMnvare
: Brown's Amoco 8 rvtr. dos ( A bowler for only ave ,...... ._ homecoming tnc tn lh armory dcllo: Hv-efelna. James Marrta. >l to Hurst txrr .r.tn at elate
the University City Wume'i 1 C'I. here el-wtej< thir ponord by th. union'flier. < tester Ki_. Arid Mar.sea. than lived ut to expectatlona B al1doc'. tSAHDRA DEE
>>tI.V..I'd has never had a .-.. .a..dMSta and ''I'"tkTtI. --'' coartitn Jo-.rd'1tJw"' < ,
b. Wv, b.1\1.I of the MtS
win
: s.. alfU.. ': ADO( Nt b.for.. Itch hUth*>l I sew prtne, .aa H. .*. a < I Emory ptaatt' Daniel had to JoT.rmy: llur-x a hard, runner
rV come
lUr e11 series Is, by far I; ... you neat wee*. Ia&ft, JarneOer.. CMrrytatUi. off. I and avid defender ltTrTJtd ROBERT GGUIETANOY ;
the neat thrgam. total In previous t,.tal was bW. A followa: lh lOtk gr.><*......kw l +ntI tynBolhna.r. ,! .Steve Denmark I Anutd Tha-maa. Rr N.r uah.I H.r. ears. for Uw one of PbU ciders PMM ;
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I Ir.lght ball thrower, she .1' Tomad* la hs-oe th* s.aeeu l I
2 Gainesville women's leaguehistory. } W..- ,
1 canles aa arcra;;* c>( 1V *.; llth grails. Keren.: 'r.-'I', I I iwontf i"n and T\Tun]anus Wuu.-A.. Bud-tr they h .# ..joaed aa fat UO and rrturnrd It to hU 11 l WILLIAMS
: The tour queen ranJItatv GreenhandaI wilts OIU crrtxtd left
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w J>.n. A... .'.. Pa.lax Cnl.m.... I rear to play BuOd...i anal caller CNPIAUFR..a. y yI
JanetlUeoly., eat CV yl I Are Initiated ;' Edwards Son At any rat*. Phd started I Ma3c to Brady noel a :ones .MAURICE .

het4iy' TM._ w". .l..Mrn,. thing off watt a bn. Friday I I Sc..ltr&. Je Del' 341111'J

Sincere ThanksTo from the four I6n\: (, &u.. y.a' By Starke Chapter Are Named To on fttae nnri May Cktohlnj :I lent at IT.* It ta-ke 94 Bntiv!

My terday" ,sea t.&ag but will m4 Angus Association! u... Clak hRfb.i Janis! ,',, hit MfCuUrr"' tnln e.e th*> s. :! p ; I1veJ

be aAMK. .4 uattl unit Twvrrly-Uire member eI Hurt p4+ting al-OKM ss tit* swot pl 1ooIP.fr. w.'. tMi4

Th* rUfM** k.T. Seen work.Itvg (% atkt> PTA" Chapter W*.t..... > J. M Edwards sad. ". M.Jr. K.. at s rlun aj.. uw alertsTerse : I I haw keen a ia-riv4:>*** but
The People Of Bradford ott Al* 1M UMtr .fc...a:; Uwtr Orwnhe.iwl.. 4'dr-- rtW .da vtarwaeJVr to 4>e a.dtda:. A*ekrMi. .toctftelt ... Thurs. SatNOT.
; Friar 11 14
? .. teed ew
girls _.._*... |..rait* ta day bovine auccnaful sass- a soft poner ? .
I ... ...... SB thw Amss.rana -
County For R dectionVithout ThuriKtar m_i.g, .AnA,I p.:rtfcm Wf' me year IB tl. M ad ,. Ascewtlaa>> atAt flurrr*-.-a N M i..,.dIn. tlTW 7OtCt
I I ae. at pin 'e M<->ite fJaticI
4 Thursday "I&aIt &III TWNoW pr-Mr-ka and' a *aUafa<4ory Jo-ph. U. ThI ,a.r....... 05 UvffHttff \ o t
WWrt Th rUM wtn put se MUM nl d Iarmln proems :: sad w.l**.t a Situ,.

\ Opposition.A. .kita and |k. Mow ._ ..,Itl" I" ottwr .T.VM tit* pre**., any sw St 4N b+e 0 lmber.Aea .... Psk'ea. vda+d the paw t iteouM

rrosts..t | a-rrft ..p-Mnte-4 Uv toUo-ttn at tvat..d A. tad tI\e Ta'.dp-s ...
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Tomorrow ....... V .... hit .......... c mUs aaWater IJoaIlnir due.Aiwua. estate In...__ L'is "ttb only ..,va..a< vene.ltUi 666
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THOMAS JR.Itrprwentalhr dartnn tha
J. '. g..... .... "wa *. b orJudru.c: pa.t .*i U\f Oak .*i four
-.' Ntite. l" a" tVK.t' .n-tt legit .' Jortn O. -puttie .twang' THE Kt-iur r-mvr N* the do-in It .a* a b'l'' let _-4!!...

,...... Jr.* g. I* tit* g--. mask OWMlama. to.natty Ra" say ywrit. *. ...... IO .ad Utast. alt and a hat: .tuaetorfwr --..w.ww.ra..r.w..r- -

y. by let BUS c.te'erw I pMUa.*ntary )pat- --a raw.b........ llCrrTJt- fist Tornadoes as3ed i
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RBDPORI COrNTY TEI.: ).(;MMI.. MT! \KKK FIOKIPX -._e -v'\OF.-" -FIVE
NOV. 5, 19'4 -- -- -
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fen a former employee\!* of the' Jacksonville; threeMrs. a1at r.. Farm-City !i-
Two ChargedIn station stole $180 In catJi at Mrs. Wilkes, 70 I 1.. L. Roane. Jackson- :

ginp;)int. Deputy Sorest Services Held yule; :\11".. A. Z. Ad Una. Nominees Named
RobberiesWarrants Green who investigated! the Stoke: ; and Mrs J. C. Ad- I
Monday AfternoonMrs .Nominations': for oulntanainKRuml
robberies said. klii Ctalntsvll'.e.; and tluec .. V'auuly of the Yeai ands''

charging armed: Information on the two. : Annie Brown Wilkes grandchildren. City FamUy of the Y'It... w.r.1, .
last
hold-up3 was mthlMld Funeral services: were held;
robbery* In two service! station 70. died Sunday morning In a called for at a meeting of lbvFarm |
week by the Sheriffs Department. at 4 P. m. Monday at the '
committeeMonday
Week
in
home. Born I' Clty
hold-ups have been Issued against local nursing -
Bradbury nor L&keCemetery a
NeUlwt itraveslde in Crosby
Ronald Bradbury andJ. Radon S. C.. Mrs. WiUuw night I rwF.
C. Warren by the Bradford 'Warren had ben picked up moved to; Lawtety at an early !I with Rtv. J. R'I The IraJford County Farts I 1
at last word Wednesday. Brabham officiating.: the .'->
MM Bureau la sponsoring p.pie's
County Sheriff's Department.< age with her parents I
The first robbery occurred -i The Lawtey robbery occurred Ute Mr. and Mrs D. R. 1 Edwards Pun-ral Home, was tax : I choke KarJti Fnnilly. anti:
Sunday. October 25 ''I at 4:41: .. m. hen War- ,, She was the widow of of ransrments.; I II Stark: Buslnewunvn. the City I
when ren pulled Intohe station John Love Wilkes of Family. The two outstanding'fnmlltea I
5:35 late
at : a. m. the
Bradbury allegedly stole and ordentd Smith'' son 1 Jacksonville and came to of this County \\11I1
Sue to Veteran DayObservance
Charles and his wile. I
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home In txi honored during FarmCityV
97.14 in cash from Jimmy | Starke to make her I
empty the regtstt'r.I of k, Nov. !I-:*. 14 yt
Set \
Moore's Gulf Station on the I | 1952.: She was a member i : I
Bradbury and Warren are Nov. 19. the
I On Thursday
and Church. I
corner of Madison Street the Methodist 4 t
Temple Avenue. The second i| brothers-in-law, according to Surviving are a daughter Veterans Day Nov 11. wlU winning faiuilie will be the'
occurred in 1/twtey two days Deputy Green. Mrs. Frank Evans of Miami; be cbM-rved here with a .spwclal hnnured K"3ts at a d.nnarlien !
later on Tuesday: October 27, two brothers E E. Edwards assembly at 10 a. m. In the ( attend award 1 <>erentonIvn :4
at Paul ;Smith's Standard: Mastic. Notebook $2.20 at the and W L Edward, both of high school auditorium with .at th e Florida' Theatre ,
Station Tawtey J C War- TU.EGKAPII.: Conffretuman D. R. (Billy) followed' by a fro inovle. I j l l1
I Matthews. .a speaker.: Amerlean The fre.* family movl. wI 1 t 1 .A f
I I Lesion Peat 5tt sponsor which all\ family xroitps In ,I' e- .
of &the obserVance. tnyttcn &the the county are tnvUr.1 wtllatto
I public to attend this event. \ feature door pities from II
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At 2 p. m. on Veterans Jf Sturko merchant
I a brief ceremony will be held I During that week a farm j OF
at 2 p. m. dedicating the 3 ,, tour .U1 be held\ with *
0 mm weapon that will be I complete plans to l t... announ-1

.. mounted in tlw triangular I II red la tf'r.' I II
at the interiectlon of I It would! probably be Justin GREATLY ENLARGED
I space WalnutSt writ to call Bnulforrt' Coun 1 ,
U S. 301 and South
I .
ty'. FarmCity'I'f'k "FnitUly. ,,
TJUa marker U bring B TCI'S
wvvk"' for all the acllvltienplanned RESTOCKED
placed.. a* a memorial. to the for '..bunill.*. AND
veterans! of all wars. The public 1 .
Is Invited to attend thisceremony Th ...poUt.ht11" \ be (>1th. ,
FLORIDA'SFABULOUS ''
STARKE also. I two most outstanding, ", fiuitllIvs -

Th will, rrKular be held mrf-tln Tuesday of niaht PostSO t things In the a. youth C..n'an.. work.! sufh".H. I


PIXIE I I SHOT hlp for then the drive plans 100 will per cent b, fumed menvber-up KFA\\ork. family community, vurwuts.Interest" ..."k.In church.a_.tc'l iUcultural ; GROCERY and MARKET


will be euned.r.d. by .
..- I Ju.latnKIOlI'Imltt.: .. fur the

NOVEMBER 6,-1964-- i,- CALL STREET :Rites Today Ii'.,... KiHlly. .11.... named. byFarm ntTuemtay 301 NORTH STARKE
FRIDAY, nlll'ht'( Meeting ;
Street From Court House) :For Mrs. Schiller Bureau pr.nlU' ."nt Vail
(Across lluluhlns. but the nmcn will SATURDAY SUNDAY *
I Mrs. Isabel) Sthlller.: I 89. remain secret until awards FRIDAY -

died Thursday morning In i a nlht. Nov. 10. li* KalU. ,
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SHARP! FIRST COME! FIRST SERVE! |, Starke nursing honw aftrr I airxUtnded County Agnt CoorK Itus
9 A.M. 1 I Illness. She was -boil Kin showed. the group spvvUI of Prizes & BargainsCome
I Oct. 18. U8:1: in Part. Pranr, wsMtpr. .*..UoM naluttnK/ 3-Big Days
vtllh more than 60 Horn Owned Ladle and was a retired Prrncl: Farm-City week.
1 THE FABULOUS l'IXIt8U01'8., Stark'. Itrinjtlnff You Hugs Chain I teaei i er, Bh and her husb n< Carl llvnlsy. president. of
(In
& Girls Shops in the South Comes Name & Bar- I I moved to Starke about Ui the Atsrk Mrchiint. Association
!* Low Prices", Famoux t forF
Chain Store In And Register
Store Selections! lluif I year ago urged ptx>|>l to start
vain* You Never Believed pOrJlible.'NYLONS. Kb 1s. M1"lvII' her hu*- sending.. 'in" nutnlnatlon forth
I band. Jules SchUl<<. top famlll now.
The Rosary will., be Fred at "lick out the Varni and I BASKETS OF GROCERIES
3-PIECE Jones Mtfiiorlal Chapel tonight City family which you think : L
j I DOUBLE KNIT I I Thursday 1 at 7:30MMS : curmpllflr the .Lobar 1 sn l and
wW bit saM st 1:10: ain send In' their\ iams, and why
; 4' SUITSSelling I I Friday In St. Edward. you think they chould bchoun F _
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Catliolio C'burrlIntrmM'nt to. the Farm PamlWCumniltt '
.V i .f .. In Atlanta sill be In Crot-by Lake Crm- .. or City rsmllyCuntmltUa g WATCH\

S at tery under direction Of Jon P. 0. Do N
,f Jacksonville .
: and !
1st Quality I AWAY EIRE: :
Funeral: home Htark. n.. h* said.Mmb I TO UK CJIVKN; :
I .rs of UM ...-'''... H.Ttmn..u"mwos.:
Seamless! : $29.99 I I II In aiMition. to llutcltlns, hag. k+:ri':9'

Micro-Mesh! :I I e (.Ins, and 11..1.)' Include PAR
I en..lIlIIle. ehitlrmsn. Lonnl
!i r Non-Run! : Fabulous llarly. Titus Olson HltvrrwlHsmllton. ,
L C. HiimpU! sn l lV 5 Lb.Jar59c:
: 1 1'rAYOnS It, rerfusun.SERVICE. DIXIE LILY SYRUP
GRANDOPENING PIXIE ...

I II .--
Grand / Jon C'ORFsNov :
: Long GrainRICE ; ..

Priced Reg. $1.35 Opening 8 I Chine: 4.Ursr 1N4 :I II MEN EAMLL TUNACan 8Lb.Bag 99c :

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(I Per I I don't usually inter livt.coiiUoverUs. : AND WUMCN"
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: but I am bnjln- !
('u.tomu) .e I fling to hunk that Inapt I i 15c -
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1 more of us should UL) II&r' DaR of GriU or
in' these Uiluvs that affect tu
Meal With Each ;
&locally and this .e ntry as a ,. .
J1. Foremost ,
whole. I am liven to under, Robert L.OfMtr.', ma of Bag
I stand today. that a petition Ucltculalinx Mr, maid IB.99i lormlly at UM present Coopr of Houte 2. Stark,. .
Per Pair tin. *. .la. sto,J any affon 1 ha. **n.--. .... to MatfrgMnt ICE CREAM Lay Twin PackPOTATO .
t ''W UI>UsA a (thaWUtaUntt I I .. ., la' lie Air r.re. at
and vocational camp U Uiksrra 1 1I In )(Inne..ita.KCL .
CHiUMllr/ Aril
(No Sale To Dealers) ;i Marry.( *. ft-* T. Ihler. ... I Cooper U a* .I.etroale'> CHIPS S 49c-=

- p -- - - Of couns. t a.n.w U.! .,. antrm computer rpalrni In a unit V2 GAL.49c
_, .. - - - U- who are acalnst an]':I that. Nippon the Air ,U.t.a.s .

: kind of Uunucratu program. C.1.. ..,., ral.alee. ., ...,.e..
ChiMren'tt : 1.AIf( : E LADIES. : .,thr. food Or sad. but thi N ,lb.. .e.ala.al.l U.a. .. Nat Ice .Vllk With FREE Record In O gGuttaffton's :.

i and ( IrLtBlouaea .......I argument I holMI .r.tnet, .n.fny air attack. II* Ua Dixlo LilyTEA .
Blouses I heard l yet arshvtt ttw ramp i I gradual It( HUM.Arwy .
Jumper and schools In thai It wool I

r briM bureaus dninqiKtiu'" Into n, clalut-S /IUI r
Long : Seta : Ie' r I uu. ...--. This to UM aaim Mot't re.""iiy"* re>'*4.. I Skirts I argument that wa vetoed bi Army C_m.iMaltnM M.4lwhil ) MILK Va GAL
Pants! : out nthiMbors In CU, County. ..nrifi. with t.... ITtMAh .
Blouse I do not belle,, that a.... I om* Bngi.<. ... Oktnaw., .
Capri boys from UM Ore. elite an Th'* r.ra.nlleme w.t given foe /i Lb. With .
u Shirts puvcrtr areas *ho IUMM I Motf" |>..tf4Miaaa<-* of 4ulVM Needs For :
\ not. had equal at prevkmamnl .Ite GLASS
Pants! wring FREE TEA
n for arttoottn. a"dUalalnt .-.!..".. .
,Polo's! Jumper IE villa the"'" 101.,( A.- ;
HOLIDAY
di4Uulwnla yell
an al Van ea-u. MAKING YOUR
f lta"n'
: Slacks I I&. N1ey wen. Is M aol our r. Ky- The sat of MA' sad Ira OPENING C
Lined IC ea. .porrblUlr to" do .* Much M ,war4 .II. Matt .C Uri>....< 29
CAKE
I ee cam tocUiara tasks uu..t, lie I* a*. ....(..t a* a para* SPECIAL FRUIT
Jackets! $9.99 : Wraps! *. or ..* wto beepltJa,., .Pita.. rigger. M C* C of UM
i iI"ISIC .. brronv IU. It* pop{. .\4IAI"\ s.N.a1 blaliasPfe.
I nseatlomsd In UM pcOI'COUF asm r.

Value \ : I!: Capri elro seals .Ilge.d aAWI LM. U. CiiftBL *a. .< BACON ">. 29C'
To'2.2t: iRMEA SMOKED
& : Sets I Ua.s and >..>ws. wW s Mr. *.4 Para flats** W, CnaI' GRITS
I ("llICE I. rawla band tw.a M* tier. 4.H .lM.... ,...,.<. jI did sot want to Eel Nrol..d.tU faraa lf..st. 1e..mLio. ustlvs. !. NROUND .' ,..tk..J&J
Who
flair/ -
e" ha** UH p.M tu. .. or
.22 s...**_ t* t. Anayoi -
ho991 M ..0.H be y4 4t UW ta UJL.MitHery ..........> N.ne1w 4 th. Bag 19c
( CI' .. .. &Ie dial .. .*s A C..saauNI J4. Gfr/ll/
I. web sofa... tOtiser.* Mt atttk V...._ pMareOr*** ..!-
88C .1. ymiftff; .ws...o w
: '.44fts them a trade, ire l M.I .*.4 ,... .
k.esa l at Jat"c.- Wftw r-
-- - - 11.1rite ..110I\ wwnv..AhIM ..1-t es.n. w ALA 11111. H.I .
----- --- - - - 11iw K IDI H13a oC sea eo- > IMI ,...*....l* < IfM/ *

& GIRLS I SHOES,, ,- I S.$3' ,....J-. Heir. .w ......04 *r lb.tel. .., fif.m;
1,000'. & 1,000 of LADIES 1-r. It w. t- I F I w III teas Aw>, ..... I.....,.eotTIM law.asrY4 .
CASUALS. BOOTS ,, :A 1-M __. Ilse 1M ..._ lA. Seel.. .. Psi.I. .. 1e
PUMPS STACKS FLATS, .........kit i.e.. ass. ....Nt... Nest atw..1oe. ALL MEAT STEW 59c

TENNIS ALL FROM: ...a }.r1 so .... ..an.rr..r ..___. _... w t'sY L B S.SI.68
LOAFERS ..... .. all alrsal V YtaCaer. -. 25 .
tribes.e. mss ,..a,. e. ..
ass.at -
..'..-. M Umt .,.... M WiMMSa* ISMS. .* "
.99 h...... .,. qwa 1ft..... w 1.ha It,. ... at WHIIasis .' ...r.... SUNNYLAND PICNICSTn'RSDY 29c
$ 4 A $ ." / are 1a eer.lr .4e1M ..I. beets "", mosS4. "" im .-.-..
lOP
LT 1.99 ..it..Yagr .-. .. ta. VA Air rw $1 -..... J.ra..w, Ira.r A111 r0 ....... .". N A.I..II 1'1$' .Mrs M.......,. Cl.ard w..........,..
t Ie a sv.feew, ad 5114 ra.5 eu.
ou.-.c,, ea roY ..,A..... ./ 1M Unne4y
aq .. ... ( wtm4 ... III tte.... 3m \bas pet+M

.....&1 F", '--c. .. .. rdooms. .....seal ........ troll.- .
., to I *. xsusfl *tra*.-| wabash OF
r .. W C UIIL U..110'a.VvrsnJn. wrefae4 boa/. ,.... .... OUT LOADS
dbe a
s wTry.

wadro.dal.7.. a I wls 1M r..ne, AIr.rionH,...., Ir--I AND SEE NEW FRUIT MARKET FRESH. FRUIT I
FlliLOtS rrmj..r Keo>Uac. rtMsjr t 1)R ), ees.ea d 1.a.aja/ TO CHOOSE OM
PIXIE I I a. L.r1 r+. .c.k. emeat t. ../_ ",/ SM c..A aa4 A. OUR .

STARKE. FLA. SHOPS "'" t. "It..: .- ....... .... ter ... }sorb.,, _. .



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: six nRADFORD COUNTY TKf.KnKAITI.': HTARKE, rLORtDA) TIIITtSDAY, NOV 5. 1964


Pixie arounrl 40 stores In Plorldi. I I II r' r.,ult c,,'in i, in MIH'! f"r Hi, .,idt to IHWth thl. N'oti "- of Snh "hall n btItabli ,. a<'k*"nvlll4Hj >
Shop Mrs. Vampfy Plans All Details Starke Native t.T't *'"iint 1) Kloildii' .. up'.n r.jf ."- ti.luT, TO, !"U 'In datnair> H 'If. Anv t>..ron Brrnii t- n 'r> ..' .
and t.'lie In Starke la ,
I th.- ''I.l..t ..r..r..r 1.11". ..,..... ('"r..l)'" It'dlrr..", or pvrnonM naintd thi r< intttlHlnic H..rut",. W < t \ .'.1 ,
eighth to b* Owend in this linn, nut tit.*. th. fiitttloUKn <:AltOf.YS ff.l IJf.lJt.\:: %..Ipl b' 'nmt thi puUll 11- J '.11 Ht-n-lrKk. .\" ,,"' 11
'Opens Here state I Before Taking Own Life Saturday Dies In Fire a inn of Htarktt '\e"4ne.| uritl Ei.Mtitrlx of the r>iat<* of i, 'tli>n of .afrt "...tl.n..rk.on < o .r..i.k.onvlll.. Vl..ld.. I .
s'n I ,">r vv h u:h I n in .n.tru.wod. in KOMU Van">fy d tr*>.aii* I 'huin..ri ut 441 W. AUdlrion t., publk'utlon on :Novommr '
buslneM Circuit Court A 08-year-old) fitarke woman m. Saturday ,aftVc calling! her I Jackson M Rivers, 49, a native Mtflrkf. Kin 3. I lid I. > -

' !IItjblhhm'lIt.: The;* Pixie Mrs Uo e Colhans Vamfy. ->- npxt door neighbor. Harry of Stailcj.: burned to T. H fflad. *. fir. 1 1120 ft. Cull i THOMAX. ft. rilJIK'EA !:
I .St, "'Htiirk. Jfla, mnlv owner. ttorn**>nut1aw2O420A
O will open; Frld.> morn- Convenes Monday took her own life ejrlySatuiday Rcsenshlnp, to rrquest thit hfI death last baturday nljht u.1 nteil thlH :J nd day of h"IU' I North Tnvpl. r AStarkft \'-. Gas Genie says:

.t.r; at Its location in thaen For Fall Term rmrnli'K: after care I come to her houv* in 10 minutes. his home in Orand JUdge, ioN .\. It. I 1UQI ut Htarke. Iliad.. : /! Klorlrlti.
1 fi>rd C'outity FMorMti. 1113 4t II.
1:: building cjrner of Call fully planning: every detail of When Roaensrilne ar- i near Chattahoochce. lUlU 4t 11111 MEET MY GIRL I
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"' 1'1' <\ Court Streets. The fall tsrm of Circuit her burial and dixpoiilion: of | rived in approxfmatMy fix'1 It Li reported that Rivera %oi'if'i; 01* H. ,.....: FIUENDSIIELIKES
In 4 ounlJiiilitr'M (.4irt. INtitil .. ..',.,, ....
i TO WHOM rT AIAVI ( :-11. (
The ivw shop handles la:lies Court In :B.'udford County her piop-rtv. acx-ordlnjr, to minutes, he found Mnv Vamp I' had gone fishing with a friend Ir Hrmlfuril l..1 I Vou are hereby. nt>tlfl"d that

,a d children's wear and Is will ronveivj at 9:30: a. m. Drputy Shcilff Kob-rl Green ''ry already dead.: '. eailler In the dai>. Upon retu.nlng I IIWMii.I the following ni*....r \. hl< It

3ff, >crated by Mrs. Ad.lie Siiv- I :Monday\ In the courUiou. Mis. Vampfy had. no iclutlvri I Mis. Vampfy had been aI I ; ho stopped at his '1 d...In....re...,,1.S"'I.It'I.fCntatc of IC JH.. VanpfyI I 1\l1i9\ : will Ch..vr..lol be .oli,c..r.| at N... pnolUnftJ V.A1II8:1D

.**e and Mis. Jjin Cornell It h exp cl ed thit a gr nd and appai:: : 'cntly wasdijressjd ( rpulrient of Statka' for 18 friend's house for a cup oftofffc. "() 1.IU.aJf",Jtt Ie at 3:u) u <.I in .tith ,

-"The building: has been compi I Jury will b? Impanel'd at this l'f'pla:' the drputyfeht yrars" Rinco 1948. coming bcr< tlwn said ho was ,a->- I All rrtrttT'.r. of thv tmtAtv ofi .f'I l Ulh day vf, N'uvuml..... l'iU4.at .: Natural Gas
, ly ir.ioi.ited.: Including a 11.111.. had told each of from Cleveland Ohl She home heater i HOM< Vnnpry, il.i'aMd. ani I Cat,*way ( Chevrolet I in I*
time but no annouii3Vinnn'hns : : () ,was 1ng and lltfht the i "*.r.'hy iiMMiivd aiHl rv..iuiril .I" M. 3fll :';..rll... Hturko, Flu
"worJer'i' front and makes an I bi"n matfn ai to what her "cUshbars 1'110Jl.h: .! ronceinliiff | a nu'mber' ths Prejrtjyti-rlan I II a. h was cold. file uny elt' .'tm. or. dfiniindj in* ,ii'x. ....<1fi 01 t h.. *...I. wtUb Ju .! As Well As I Do.If .

walhicllve. addition to UietwnJn 'I matter or nmtters/ will be prespnud tier aff Ira lh I | Nuifl. cxtaif in 1 he tfU'* of Kirj oniK of r-iMklnHT' atorttiK'
' In doubt about Natural Gas a&k
' -as section. to U tho daath Saturday inarnln: ?' |I hi. Id In' Jones Memorial Cliap- I II 'that! River body was found:! I j f nintv Jur1cri> fit ))1'nlrurd Hurl *ul.. of itiild in" >.M,..r. M.hi. <.1.I yon are

Jflxlc SJvips are located only I Exclusive of POMtble!; grand tlic details for lha diffpo.'Ulan: i el Suntlu. with Rev H, Wnl- In a corner of the housj, (f'otintv Kli..rldn.. tn tho ctiurl-,, >II and" llio i'OBl uf "pultllcution your friends and neighbors that use U and get first
. w ma'l' towns aurl p/re numJtrous of h'-r ostate con htlnl! of ton Uiadv offlniarlnf. MrnI I II which was ,comrleU'ly daatroycd I I IIOUHM lit "Mturke" Klorlila. wllh-j thin nt..tlif of unlv find then t tthe
action onl} of min
CJf.'s
jury : information Its cleanliness
hand
1I1 ''' HHtiMfat'tton of tho bulum i as to convenience ,
In Ocoriln a'id Alabama or Importancewcro on tIn money and rcntil property) boo I Vampfy Instructed th..t her j i by the fire. Thj cause !I 1 :th.* dn.tf, t'4hv flrol. tI"h;| r;;:: f I du und.i' tinfontrnct. with

, The plan Is to establish: docket) a.i of Thursday.LAVSON'S came complete, he said< body be cremated' and the! I of tho fire was tut dJte.min I tlriri of thin "..Ik'o. Ktw.ll ..(Mini I Ir ti<..rm..nunlo"/ !I.-..., I Kt 1 Box economy and efficiency. We are sure you will want
"dHniatid .mimi In M r I lift ifHiul 10! ?. Hturk' <>. .Kl rlda. roviruiKthi .
I She shot hcvsplf In I.M IlIlh'l ipreod on Bill Santa ,Tr ed. I I 'muni uliit- thplHtf. or'' flnnm. ..intf of *uld. ,innturv Natural Gas too.STARKE.

head with a 32 rallber revoler /- Lake. Rivets' wife was \\Iol'klnIn\: I I fH"l<*.IM. .* MRfl P'>01, (iff f 'e nltlri'MA ,*hti''li' All) 1I".plu.Viol IH
fl 36 I I .. nf. flu* ilolniniit, ,' and mutri .paid, to you a nd will <'rmn Inltul NATURAL GAS
a Chattahoochce
at opproxlmnWy; : at the tlma of
.
'
I i .worn. to by the 'lalmnnt.hin .U for any haluni.t. rutnalnlitir -
U11J tire Rivers was mp'oyed j iKont,, r>r ht. 1I1I..n..y. orIt uiiiKild I under natd. ff.tttr. ..- t
/ MARKET I FHA Hold I.I leynn. .Hvnlco Oulia meets 8 af an attendant at the State will >h.t.*.ni.* void at-. ..rdlnrr Th. new..pii4ir. ..ul>lI.hlll" CITY HALL PHONE 9GI-235I
p. m.
Second Meeting ,I Hospital la Chattahoocheo.
I Tuewtay Circle mcctlnffas
Cold: Storage Grocery Store and had raxlded: In Jackson
follows: No. 1 In Fellowship ,
COunty for 22
years.
The Future Horru-makers ofAmeilca Hall No. 3 in Church I
Funeral services!! were lisld
held their (tvcondmwllng School office. No.. 4 In Ladles r1
Monday afternoon at the ff
of the /nchool term : Bible CIII 8rOtn.) No.'a in.A- Pleasant JJ:1ou: )
Hut Baptist Church .
Friday and elected PatnyColcman / dult Fellowship' Classroom.No with Rev Roseau Hall and' : >< I g

,, Menlor./ parliamentarian 6 in Clrurch Library all Rev James L. Sumner officiating.

at 0:30: a. m. Study Course. Burial was In Shady !ilordt or lettn' one tlme_______ .05 M<*niorLiJ., ulutluii9" _._.___ 5c per wor 1Oanl

Various Ictt'ug for prolocu "Tha Nation and the King Ofove Cemetery.Beulclc If not paid in advance._______ 1.25 .* of Tluuikw, up to SO ivonlA''-____ 2JUOt >

for the year and for Christmas dom." 1 10 a. m. Keyml!' or BllnJ Adv.- ..._______ 1.23 .r 50 words. ________ 60 per wortDlnpluy
dLscuiwed but none his widow Mrs r
were / dnenday Pi-ayer Meeting
Mildred Kurh: uJilltlimul word over 20.___ .05. adu. In ClasnlfleJ. ____1J50 Inch
.I Rivers of prr
was adopted at the meeting. 7:30: pm. Chancel Choir Oran
Ridge he is ---- ----
rehearsal 7:30: p. m. Commission i I survlveil by twons

on mbershtp and ; his mother MM. Emmo Expert Recapping "

Local Merchants L. Rivers of Airbumdale' flvsisters. FOR PALE MATTUESS
Ev nleUI1'D.! 8:30: p. m. ; HASTINGS
Hv GlennPee
Hit Burglaries Thursday -' Morntita' Pellowslilp Including Jifrs. P S "Rllil Ready mix concrete, concrete & UIMIOLSTEKY WORKS

Orou|> meets In Crews of Ralford; and thre ( Wee) Crews block house piers sand<< cetaent 710 Lenion St Palatkj
brother*. AIM KllU Un ofNKW I mortar rock steel
mIX ,
[Continued From PafI 1J] church library 9:30: a. m. Including Ocorgi( I Furniture Kenalred'
Children and Youth Choir Rivers of QI ghamI : TIKKS: TRtTCKTRACTOIl Read The Claswifledsl ,. rster shell llmerock. root Refintshcd
"- An SIZES (travel. Bntels. BRADFORD Upholstered &
council had rut practice, 3:19: pm. I r IF YOUR NAME IS
money. The In* tn the > REBUILT
,
I :
oomplalnt on Ihi nnsylvanla gt Punlap ENQP. CO. Phone 864-3621 MATTRESSES ,

'Let: Us Prepare Your Beef and from the new buelprut tlva $1- LAURA BAPTIST! rierro"",Inti", tO.I.'nn'. Attorney N. TiMni.l.Thoiimn Awmm HARDY HROTIIERS FOUND AMONG THE I Starke. tfehg New Innersprinjra
Mulllns
I 200 paid to Dr H. 8. Hfr..rk Flnrlrl... .Hml ril. SALVAGE YARD CLASSIFIED ADS. CALL, and Box
Springs
Por/c/ For Your Freezer. local 1 vetcrlnariaJi to act a. C1UIHCI th_ orldnnl' In lh. ,offire of Hi. BE SURE TO SEE World Book
TELEGRAPH
,,: Deep i dog catcher. ft rlc <,f thn t-lrrulr Cutirt n! VM. 301-Nortk AT THE before buying any other En Drop Us A Card or Call
East on Fanner'a Market or ix-fnr. th" 3r OFFICE FOR A cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your
..
,We will Pick-up nnd Butcher. There will he n I .road Everybody wvlcom The 'loimtlim. .*l II"I of! |'';'Ih'"'h..I.' Cimiplulnt| ..> thal wI ll! AT itRnrrEi INSI'KINt'K! K\TKS: TICKET TO THE FLOKI local representstly sine 1968P. ) I MRS.! PEGOY 8IIALLER! .

Small Fee for Pick-up liufc-hcring rowii $3.00 per First Methodist country church of pence .'and b tnkon .* '.'''.r..1| lv von O. Box 603 Phone 084-3794, 209 E. Adkint St.
unity Thin notl. Him. II t>.. puMlnhml AI'TO FIIIK.: n )AT DA TIII ATRE. tferi I Starfce.
Head and HIde HOKH 3c per Ib. Cleaned Weight. Schedule for the week: i omeach work fur font-, HOI"I.K; F.. It'ONNFHI.VSUIANCE A.pn&f
Sunday. Bcliool. 945: am.Moinlng ron.o. ullvi. w*..k*> In the OFFICE MACHINES
For Chill-cut and wrapping 5'/jc per Ib. and paper. Sunday Church School.I lirvitfnnl. 'ri.untv Trl'urHuh, Af tS'Yttchll I PEYTON FLORIST
/ Worship 11 ..m. CLEANED REPAIRED 119 S. THOMPSON: ST.
tiulml AUTO
9:45: a. m. Mornlnu Wurnli>p. thU 16th Prayer Room/ 8:45: pm. Evening hf-r, 1 1981.< STARKE TYPEWRITER PHONE 964-41SS
We Beef Pork for Home Fn-ezeru REPAIRS
Bell and for BODY
11 *. m. Sna :k Supper (.Mt'AI.VClfMM.E: ,
Worship. 7 pm. MldPvnyrv Insurance Problems? SERVICE NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1023!
AUTO PAINTINa
M.YP 0 p. m. Youth Meettnas !* >. \IIIIY'.
WP.ek Meeting. 7 pm. Rv. 1, Box 61. Lawtey DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
,
fltrk at ,
thn Clr.
ESTIMATES
fnurt FREE
Story Hour Call The Man From
; Pork-32c Lb. Prepared for Freezer 7:15, 6:30: m.p.Evening m. Worship Rev. Donald E. Willis pas fly. nculnh M McxMly. "TRAVELERS"IFOIUiK : tfLKOM U'e Wire Flower Anywhere 411 S. Walnut St. Btarke Fla.
: p. Deputy CMrrk.
tor. In ;
Beef-half orvhole-40c-Hinds 52c 7:30: p. m.Mcniday. I If-Lw"emergency, RA4-7801 call Walter InlU 4t II/U ( : K.: L/\Ut'E: CONNER tfcbi tfrtiit ,

Circle 3 trusts Kpyntone Heights"Traveler's
PUKE: OIL COMPANY
Fronts 38c-.Paper Included wltli Mrs. Derthun tvarc and j THE RIOIIT POINT' for the ''''flt.. ...., n... I''IITF.''II'rln''II .'1'U. Insurance FOR SALE Fill dirt top soil Two bajr service stations for
...''f.... .:.. P-K1ITIOIN: > MlNmlo tractor work new and used Have you (peen! the finest t in
Mis. F- C. HolllnKsworth 3 way you writ. Com In aiwlHFrlrrt !I.. horrhy iclv<>n Ihnith Agent' for rent at Slat Rd. 100 and
Plume !))61-| H281 21H Wa hln t tun St. p. m. Men's Club meets. In your favorite EHTERIIKOOK umlcriilftncfl.. tindtr till. |irnvUli Companies"Tel building: supplies. W. T. Jackson Walnut St. Large volume lo Color T.V.
>nn i>r chmitrr' II.DAI, lmvof Building Material an4 Machinery .
Fellowship Hall. 7 p. m. WesIS fountain TVLETfl.tO..AP1f. 473-48S2 cation. Paid training avail Sylvania has the only
.. pen.I Florlila.. Aotn nf l 1911.! | | wtllrvKlntrr Day Phone 964-1
.-- : : .. with Ihe Orrk! IIr tin 473-4325 NLte Supply able. Call Jacksonville 356- I hrom,,** Process ColorPicture .

Auto Flri*. Home BunlnesnMnnlhlv 4001. tfcliff I 1331 or writ P. O. Box: 3157.Stntlon Tube. Hri !hler
.,,..
lIoo'rll'lI: TOIn UFo"
< IrrMltu.r.. Nrnilf. .r. : Pnvmrnt Plan'. NEW & USED ; F" tfchg than all competition l'i.v 10
c....alf, fl..rMni |n f b.arrr.I'um. per unto Free home demonstration
No. I1(5JcllonnlK FX>n SALE Good 'tmalnesi CHAIN SAWS i JOE MARTINEZ fromSOUTHERN

... "Atirnhuni. ,H., Holniiinn Mulomon. ., Mulntlff.v Lir.n4-. YA'LL COME E ESee and residential properties Intarke. $50 Up I REGISTER NOW FOR MARINE l

...nt.NnrrcPI. $ Improved and unimproved I AND' TV
ADULT EVEOTNO CLASSES
Makes\
TOYCIII A 1'1'1'\': II. V Knlaht. P. O. Repairs AH !
T.., Iou'''..n' ....Ion.nn. I Basic and high school re, 412 E. Call Street
.re h>T.tir il'itlflnd. thnt. I Drawer F, City. tfchg McCulloch Dealer II fresher cour,,". Individualized St ..hq 12: :3
milt. fur' Dlvorc* h>., .hi<*nril Our12W1DE3 I
..il .a..lnlOt. you In lh. abuv\ A. MORTON I Wisconsin & HHjfgs i instruction, start at any tlrnr WILL WASH and Iron or
nunirif" Coiirt niiil ..11.. unit (2 00 prr! course of 18 weeks
004-
yuu. .r.. r. 11 :a
>y' uf your. nn.wi>r or ploxlDON'T s\\v icxi.s TmnmVjinn I 3524 4tcha
Tools I
Myers Power Principals office HJF
Lumber Co., 1*. O. Box 1 fIlth School White Adult stuo FRANK IWES'FOR
OM 2.10: N. )E. IBth Are.
VVhltfhouae. FIlL Phone
A'toWide I >nts apply to the Adult Ed
SKO-tOlO 12tp 12/21' : Gainesville. 7 -=U 11 8ALR-" Br.. 3 full bath
I I uratlon Office SB Wine use
I d.. 2
n rill'
I I II CB home; panelled
Prices SAI.E!: OR RENT 1 Building rear. 1 to 4 p tn
FOR
Do You Want carport" ; launrtry room; chain
write to Adult Education
dally or
bulldlnu. 1 furnished I
I store link fenced back yard; parUxlly -
M.H.M.A.Approved. A Boat? I IKVIMlimR apt.. 1 .ftmall furnUhPd house, Drawer 100. SUrkA. Business air conditioned. Attractive

at 321 N Temple Ave,1Phono foietvn/ lan ua"rs. an'
: : MOTOR( I all munlirourr' avlUhlf. tfchr price. Call 376-0938 Caln-.-
960-2981.>> tfchg:
TRAILER: ? vUl.. tfrhg

Shrrl on Down Payment( j jI FOR RENT On bedrootr
NOW TOP BRANDS FOR SALE Newt/ painted FOR SALE.."8 X M 1 <1r.
I have n plnn t.iilor-mnde btdroom hoiui Buy o'ir' trailer, trailer space with ptlos
Trailer. IdellJ 1 for couple
for Jtft DOWN I and ovrrnlvht porklnnWestmorrUnd Liberty
Only
you. j equity and assume low .
or student Very reasonable.O'Neals !
8 Years
Financing run nut you on the way toowninji monthly p\jnn'nts.. Prtvat I Ii Trailer Park Mobile Horn Court.

i >our rhnice.' Auk i and",1'7 r .a40fab *. 12tlThoinas i Phone W9-3291:! or 9-315l,
Available nbnul rnv Speclnl' Ilold-a- Btree't. Phone Oft..4TSBiV tfchf Gainesville. Call 372-Q2S3. tfrhy

WilY I'l.in., l.vnn llnmilton.SOUTHKIIN .' ::! UehRI I I FOR RFNT--Furnlhert Itrt .
I .: MARINE/ : I I, HOUSE FOR SALE Lane
1 and 2 bedrooms. NtceForLenaLlKhts
USE OUR) RENTAL PURCHASE i AND TV I FOR R.1CN'l'-t 4 room furnished 3 bedroom and d >n or 4 bed
_not water furnlnhd. -
: PLAN .-TOTAL 112 E.: Call :Street'\ I I apartment. Privwt* batli.h ,, room. Kitchen with brenkfastrf
M4-7191 0 4-1H62.
Call
or
Trade-Ins ))0n The New 1965 Fords Has COST n.' CONTRACT I 5t ..htr 13 *3 : 0" t. Mr.*. D U SUcoxAPPLIANCE 30'1 14 llvlng-dlnlnn'I tfrhtf

WILL RE: .LESS.: I Ut Chtrlt PI. I II .' room with fireplace. Fenced! I I_

SICK J 1VANTFJTo trade Dump yard. L..r.e 13V: x 13T comi-r FOR RENTT..o. bedtootn

Been Terrific This Has Left Us Loadc4 ,Truck for Pick-up. Apply at I I HFRYICEMcO.lff lot. Low down p Ttnnt. 74 hmlt'On.. nlf'&Jy located

CAEcTHT ToRl'nltot.l.l, N. 301. No Ttrndtng Mart. S. WrMmoreland St. or phone << .. >I, A. Payne. phon
Dad & Brad phon cull. tfrhgW 130 Court St. Starke. FU. tfcha
(M4-AM4
I ItFOUND I II 9
TCh! A Lot FuU Of Good Clean Used With Your en: H NOU.MAN for 1 1turnhhf'd _______hound I FOR 8.MJS-4 .wheel drive HOUSE FOR RENT 3
Frmal
and wnfurnUhfd apartrnentn. Onnrtttton. Call
Larsen Jorp' Oood
I I bedroom unfurnMMHi houMat >
F-O-G' DOWN Will .-l-! you a Ownr' may ha" by ldnufyinir. 1 I\9-ICJ4 aluoo .. po m. Itt'hlr 371 N. Cherry Street. Inquire

Cars AT hoiuu- with no cloning cont .paying board "nd advrrtUlnf I' at Bradford Engineering
trt' cc>>&. Phone M-446S FOR RENT Furnished" 3
It lief I'MY "" .nwont. << .
Warp'i FUX-0-SUSS ttl. b. I I I I, 4tp 11.:MOOCNO bedroom: apartment. at lOT Company. M42S21SINT.IR

Lake Geneva HOOSE: FOB BA1.IV.; ." I Crntrr' St. Inquire at 600Bt I tlrloclIUCTO.
Cover mil epe.I..w NOW rhoiw'M41341. FISinNO. U.-.w.
...... wifklowa *ntl" but iplrlted. .r Mraf..ln : IATIC !
( ,. iwiUiea) that '
MOVE THEM FAST lot" In eoM wintee draft" Jal Trailer Sales U""IC1 I ban st Prmtt 8t. SalCf'nter. IJke new w1nc rdi ZKZa

cut Yup'* "LItX.OoGLA 5 I\LK: liri-P WAVTEWi 3 block went of County JaiL Only 1 Left I upmoiod Slnrrr !> -

....... L<__ with 'he : Earth Worm 11.25 p"r 100.L EVINRWEl b t-
tacli
__ over *rreen ilUi rolnl- 5V IIP fanor sUtrtvr*. sew* or
In ,ant h ,
or fraroea foe trMr. ovt winterprotection. ON'Rt. i 1 Men rduralion 8th yrad*. I II v* bat and wlCgVrr.. *. 633W l En.M.. HAND) NEW <-. make buttonhole*,

Wavp'a nuln.. 100._.1 Mile 8.': mum -* Pmtt Bt 3t111* ( .
| the P BOAT TRAILER SICJ..f.S ...,, .. mnvU. *ewi orrr ptns.I .
HO REASONABLE i C31' : to !\M eont. c j jwnnrl I II I
rryMaldMr'rLKX.O.r.LAS.4' Keyitnne! Height' DrpartRM>nt at 8unarvi -'TURKEY: SHOOT Satur. ** the New 1 1963! : Evinrv -I etc.- Pay. bate ftC"e"* of 678 12 of
U..U for yaara al lra.(ian I 4 rii-pUr atSOUTHKRN t I 1 > payment" of M I 19.WrK I II
P. O. Lymsnl < ntw on auxne
Open OnU-r 1:00 m.
Tralnlrut 4a1 iNor.. 7. : p.
<
UM COM ot .UM. Only K>4 akquara "\
OFFER REFUSED yard at yaw heal ktardwara Sanda,. and Erenlnro 0.," 11 SO. Olvll. !.. PkMktaII (kwrn. .+t* BirtW-r Up AND TV4J2 MARINE Box "A"" Stark 2tC'tw*. 1"I n I

a* I.l .w..*>et ..wr. >ot II 11 school I
LET NTC DRJC9S your E. Call ''rHt
LADY WANTS rh** to .n4 Brtn your material to St cN 13'3 0I"I"0RTtJ'Nrr' yI WaI

Bargains Too Numerous To List We from OaUwnWr. Hour a ..I I-I"a.VT C.U 8I I IR-r a..rtltt- I I amtxtkMM men wt1b transportation

m. to S p. ro. Cll *401 IIWfttI an '" _It",a > W1IL THADB: for u1. T lu* vtto wii to rarn
Have AH Makes and Models And They E t 143-W I or for e iurty in Volkaw** II9000M a yr.r and up.

Must GO Now Is Your Chance To Move Up To a a NeW r.,1aYEo tiPi I FOR HALE-Two ..ht ttUMty or oUwr fcunpatt. 1'M Ply. ;, Thin U a nr* and rrtwrV' *

FOR RENTNlcly furntoh- trallrr tchbtr" UH*. 3 dr H T "uto. traM radio i opnotto1.Ith Urm x>oi.

Later Model Put Mom In Her Own Car rod mooHrft t bedroom *p. rt* Well eon truct d. food eon.dlttcxi hlt'.. *lr cond. UiVfd ,ta__- ftdranrrtwnt poUbUlOr torUw

Or Just ne., R..n Apoa Alto l rw Nwo' rtw nirv and e1JNn H.*d. m* rr a4ana4v. nirn _
Add That
Extra Car For The !
Family .....nu tfc*>.1 trte roAMvr R inol*. !.. .- for rhGoI. Cmll' RtQ tatd -*. Thte to your avportunltrto "
.1I"Of1 1
aulro 941 WHt C..a Itp n. M4-3114 kfter 'p ... learn a n-w and tawtnSfnd *!-
Come Sec Compare! ''''!''fT1Iantbh- 1 Uo buIII-. na_. .d-
NEW DOALILICTRICBY tP'd' Aparttmrtt Moetrrn- C'OIt- D.\JJY 1"tTnotO ...-.... ; I

...... .u.o Oci .-. ra&H. C'aU .... FOR ,AAtC 3 bxlronm. 3bath. and orrrVKU nt tV t1C9
10: P O 80s M Oran* T.JackMinvCle .
YOU'LL NEVER DO BETTER ANYWHERE\ tft4r RUMttlno rh*.pk. Urm.MT WA Kctvr 111* 1 ronrrW> Mark: hnu* PkrVt* nna: l .

.. W N cvntfUhratm
Hjnfwool"- fViort.
', FOR aAix on Unr MmtrtJ Oir c apany ?n T aitiit
SMITH.CORONA *-. ... tin and air rnrK&UoMtiMIJI I
I fCrKrrMr and wt3 on *ct yaw far an p1 -
I II
OR ANYTIMETerwiegar Drtr Phone .**-
johoa
FOR RC'rTto.r M31 Ann 6 _. ra3 44-
MM<4 |MM- enI LtJL.. __ R..J .-*- p. !-**+ n. ,

ELECTRIC PORTABLE I I..u- 1 toxiiraam rurnlr 4,I I ""' .. ,.... nil *tHit 1
WITH UCTRT: ..
CHUrSTWVS It
-
.. "- ....
"
FOR RFXTFVCT> id UP- _
PORTABLE etecmrcjTY I 'MI '..-UWA FOR ALC OR' REXT J krhotu r I rwd vtUi th* fin _!__
tain emfOnmt. AthJ&a anhr -
Motors *. Ul. batik, hantwoodDUKW I MOIM yawn tarn durtn. tfw. .>
4A| W.t_ UItrffc*
CCRB omutn AAIb' Hn t trd 1 oaIdr. ntr -

pornn at Turk'sCM en- ... *_. U7I I *dtn Call : FOR AU R4U ('1V rail Mr*. Ookta .*.**., Bee'

MI Aaath ItetM J ._ J'r IWfelr cyt 11I4. tn_,. I Ma. u.. OU.POE .

"Your Authorized Ford Dealer In ..n.e1a lenw' .. ns- .-. -.u. _p" ,

FOR !SUB -- C'a: Ny1Dn: ttt ,tr..,< II I* .............. ..... 1'- !
Bradford r t. X IV r wpfei. H5fn ; 1UU.UCZ.uta .
INI ,
Bradford and Union Counties County Telegraph w1IJ fanr "
ANzal"- kwkm' M WATTRTKUai WAMTEDW' .fcWt- Arc II* .,."...,. f'fdW. .... tit ur
_'b... &b9 __ U .. _4. Wto __ .
pr r about 1M aaup CaS aft** ""- a' n4 JI _.. .

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CO\1Dty'relegraph



STARKE FLORID TlH'RSntY. NOV. 5. 19(11( I.
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despite their misrepresentations approach the matter with an open with Mrs. De.r.haJl't.'arce\ and alon on Membership and Week Prayer Meeting. 7 1 pm

have served a worthwhile purpose.( mind will we believe change their urn. F C HolUnffswoith.I / 3 BvanBellsnv:30 p. m Rev. Donald E. Willis, pas
i I The "issues" are out in the open for opinion ultimately us to the cVsirubil p m. :Men's\ club meets 1Fellow.Uiip I Thursday, Morning Fellowship tor. In emergency call Wal-

free and frank discussion. Those opponents ity of hat mR 1Job Corps) Training I. ito.ll. 7pmVea- Croup meets in ter II. Lee, 984-7801.
who inform themselves and Center Ux-atetl in this vicinity. lfn: \ Sf-vke Oulld meets l. app I church library. 0:30: a, m
Some Petition Circulators Careless With Facts i. mTuesday. Children: and Youth Choir CHURCH OF GOD

i i Clrx-lo mcctlitMa I practice 315:' ptix. 423: N. St. ('hire. Stark

Every man has the right in this inal behavior drug addiction alco- I I as follows: No. 1 lit .fellow
I '
First Methodist I ship. Hall. No. 3 In Church I.M'K\ \ITIST Sunday 6 'tool 10 a. m.
\ democratic republic to agree or disagree holism, sex offenses, or behavior requiring School orttC)10.); 4 In Ladies I ('lIl'Unl Morning W< ,ship, 11 a. m.Evrninu .
with the advocate! of ideas con- psychiatric treatment which Home Schedule for the week: ; UK U> CIiwiM-uoin No S In Adult Wtn' Jilp. 7:30: p. m.
sidered to be progressive. Such ia the would disrupt the program. However Sunday Church {School I. .','Uow.htp ClA.uiroont'o I Rnct" on r'niincr'a Market YPE Wednesday( 7.30: p. m
case with the proposed Job Corps Vocational there will be no deliberate skimmingof I 9.4.S: a m MuiulngVoralUp( 6 In Clmi-ch Library all "rood Bftrt\.jbody: \ wt-lcoine Tha Prayer Meeting Friday' 7:30p :

Training Center now being the cream off the top. The aim of DemonstrationNotes n a m Snack. supper; (01MYP I at 9:30 A m study ("our! discussed in this II 6pm. Youth "The Nation. unity Rev. L 8. Williams pa.stor.PIullo .
area. the recruiting and selection will be to I M"l.'t'l. and tho Klniidom. -
Its advocates have, as intelligentlyas enroll those who need training the f mu! 6:30: p m. Stoiy ." 10 .n m. i I i j, Sunday school, 9:43: ft m.I .

possible, presented the facts at most. 7 JO IS p p.mNondny m KvcnliiiiVor their j tnll. 7,'30( Pin Chancel! Choir Prayer Rerun 6.5; p m. Evo- I "
I
disposal to every civic group in The petitions being circulated state' I Circle :1 I iMtr.uvru.:
meetsmu
Bradford County, to local governmentand ". we believe this program would By Dorothy ROM I rr-hoarsul.: 7, 30 I p m Commls- i 1111111 lvoralUp; 7 pm. MUl- I

other organizations composed of create social strife in our area because i Home Demonstration Agent !

community leaders and business 2,000 enrollees from different areas, I I over again aa the leading

people. backgrounds, and environments that. berry arvtion. of. the.state-. I soRroq' THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Efforts to obtain such a center in are stagnated outside the mainstream : APPLES IN THE .'.\1.1. I lnf( powder and, suit Si';, 'm Yet, one rrmaltvi.
this area have received the endorsement of life would create too much impact I Fall and apples. go together ; vanilla Cut In buttei. u 'nnifarlne -. '' uo boys and girls had Your A'I Wan A ESTADLISHED 1879
of the Starke-Bradford on a sparsely populated and Fragrance and gtxxl 1 flavor until mixture resembles daily chore It
County area of "mlnrtlnu the MlAdif
Chamber of beI I appetite!\ appeal[ and economy course cornmeal SI'''. ..,.,' in birds. ( C L. ohTTHllwe, COITOH AND PunuHa.Oq0t .
Commerce (through its detrimental to the welfare of Today the problem I Is I 0 .' y
board of directors), the Bradford children." make apples a favorite fruit. bottom of I !. rlos DA's OI.DIST W. KLVTINUOUSUV N.W..4. "U.I-leHIlO COMPuoLitMio
Use apples In desserts cur" pan Combine applva: ulnioixl, liMrrnloiM'
County Development Authority the This! seems' strange argument indeed att.-mpt. to. solvo It.
rlei, and other main dlHhe., ralslna one-fourth cup >tf for but weT' UNOKK TH[ SAM,. MASTHEAD'
Rtarke City Council, the ,Bradford to use in a community that two I with morning itaiiage In suifur. the cinnamon 1 Immmjuice owne ew-e 8Oml"Ol1.111
County Board of Commissioners the decades ago survived thrived and dida turnovers, for apple appetla- and peel' ; mix well( hasp, we can up dl8C'OlU'l1a"1I"OI'm with *n ann\\rr. H EACH: : THUN.OAV AND 1E".0" A* SKCONO CLASS MArrtn AT Tut

Starke Ministerial Alliance, the SUrke magnificant job of absorbing and In pie pan. hake In a hot oven< tiny It can b-. wen so POST OFFICE. AT STAHNC." FLA UNOKR" ACT Of MARCH a. is.,..

CIvitan Club, Rotary Club, Lions Club, meeting the needs of some 100,000 en.And, of course, raw apple 429 ...degrees.' 10 minutes a mlcrom-op.. we should only with
b9able IN TIIKJTHAtllO AllKA. ONW:- T5.Alt |3 SO - SIX MONTI taoo:
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American Legion, Junior and Senior young men from "different areas, In the fruit bowl, as abe- Combine egg yolks, n-nminlnj | to dhK'OUfdIlO" bold.
Woman's and OUTHIDM! TKAHW!] AKHA ONW YRUl I40 . SIX MONTHS S3: .31:%
tween-m snack
Clubs, and the Business & backgrounds, and environments"' and In sugar sour cn !nm. |tour blg-mouthcd robin!
Professional Women's Club. In who rountlena delicious. inlad area over apple ntlture; lower heat i
presenting yes, even some were, as the bro-
the popular aa cooked! apple to moderate 3Al j ilrftrites 'K
matter to these organiza- chure says "non-white. As for coming .
dlithoa.Thin. and bake 33 minute liMigeiMakes '
&;
tions there was no attempt to conceal from "environments that
are stagnated note to welghtwatohenr six ser\tnK.
any facts concerning the operation of outside the mainstream of life" : One app). baa{ about 73 SMALL: O\ME fie Fafytttous Floridian here!
such a project, and the problems, as -the government data on the train- calorie \\'. have an excellent booklet ,

well as benefits, that might be en- ing centers states that enrollees will For APPLE RINGS with In the office on atnnll inme(

tailed. come from within a radius of 250 new" flavor core red apples, wild ducks, wUd turkey and
Letters of support have been re- miles of each center-not from Harlem but do not pare. Cut In HnK quail, squirrel opossum And.
ceived from Senators Holland and not from Brooklyn not one-half Inch thick. Dip In rAbbit. The booklet tells. how Luxurious *\ Spacious Comfortable UniqueALL

Smathers and Congressman D. R. from Chicago but from our own I lemon Juice Sprinkle lightly to car. for cams meat" and

(Billy) Matthews State Senator Cbar- North Florida and South Georgia en- with sugar Serve with crisp Rives recipes.' You may have.
a by the I Ilium.. BRAND NAME COMPONENTS 2,113 SQUARE FEET
ley E. Johns, and Representative A. vironment.Of pork saunairea, frlsileil ham copy contacting .

J. Thomas, Jr., all of whom have pledged the arguments that are not set smoked pork butt, baked porkchops I..mon"tratlon Office Uux ((17
Stark. pel 2H0'
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or calllnir -
roaM. loin of Built To Last A Lifetime
pork No Maintenance/ Costs
support in efforts to have a Train- forth in the petition, but are being broiled ham slice or baked :M-.U: IIOMKM: .tit" :Rs .
ing Center located in Manyof used of those
our area. by some circulating ham. Th*.e apples ring five STAMP
those in the teaching ,profession them we have, of course-integra- a fresh new flavor to aeonip- A new homol\l""....' com THE FAMILY HOME WITH THE HEART OF STEEL
have expressed the hopeful view that tion. A percentage-not a majority, any the richness" of pork, memoratlve postage stump
this proposed school will become a we are told--of Job Corps! members Here Is the RECIMK for went on isle October 20

reality to fulfil a need being Increasingly would be non-white. It is! time to face Hu"l.on Valley Apple Cak. by Dr. M O. Watkins, dlrectoi 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Huge Fnmily Room . All AirConditionedr
felt-not only here but throughout this issue! squarely and decide once an old New York restaurant of the f'lorldii Agricultural I
the nation for job-trained youth.It and for all whether to buildan Easy to hake, and delicious to Extension Sen'Ice, said that' ,
we are ------ > e' -* ?1S,
the stamp which salutes th > "t---:, v'T v
eat -a cake wth a rich topping -
now that has been economic wall around
appears war our commun- role of Amerliun women It ,,Y. W re- I ,.r Iia
which turn. Into a gla< :( t
declared on the "war against pover- ity in an effort to preserve customs < '''I i, f 1 '
moor dessert. Ill be Interested. making; a house a hone Mill
ty." Several individuals',' who' Say they and traditions of the past or are tom In knowing how this turn. out have a nut day ruremony in >\

are not organized, are circulating petitions :. forward with the mainstream of for you. Honolulu llnwall.. 'In conjure/

protesting, efforts to< obtain'a. U.S.: progress. 1I1'I)14'S' 1'AI.IJYAPI'Lk ; tlon with the nnnunl mcotl: '

Job Corp Training Center on the We, too are opposed to integration : ( .'Kr. of the National tc"tell.llon1I0mttmak..I'S'

grounds that it would ;;4" erJou.ly im and,. believe that our Nation would One sl'ted alt-purpose Council.. : Iaeaaae, } k UVC /.

balance and have adverse ,effect on have been far better off If it had cop flour, two cup-tlurds. cup sugrardivided The stump aims. Is a tribute
the social structure of a rural area." Untied to 'pursue its traditional course ( ), one-fourth teaspoon to the Both anniversary nf lbepaaaieg. ,&
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of
Some of the petition-circulators: : in of "separate but Art. IrgUlatlon' that openedthe
their zeal to nip this project ''In the the races!, Rut now that we have It, spoon salt) ..,...follrth teaspoon to Improve/ homelife
way
bud, have !been' guilty of grosS exaggerations are we forever. to turn our backs on vanlllA, one-half cup butteror thruudhout America by providing .,: -

and misrepresentations. in any new Industry or institution! that margarine, fmir nips thinly home eRoI'IUJu' ,... ." R

their arguments to prospective sign comes our way because! It might havea I sliced apples, three-fourth peril. to advliw women' nn ....<
ers. They have: said that enrollees in quota of non-white employees. or enrollees cup tnastrd sllvereil almoni1. I ler ways to feat and clothe '

the centers' would be, large compos ? Our young'men are now sere one-half I |teaspoon rup cinnamon_II... raisin 1 leman .,I their families Nearly 7M>..fjOwom..n riIr. n

ed of delinquents,. with ing in integrated\ units of the armed, criminal records, who would" "be turned since Eltt"nelon! Ifomennaliert' Coon
forces. Ever Camp Blanding .
mr yolk*,. 1 cup dairy sour j;
.
.
ell Th.y serve lucre lead
,
loose" on the eomroufiity each wire'' deactivated some 20 years ago cream.Mix. I
I era, assisting aume 4 000(\ t II; n '
weekend to plunder, : ,pillage,; and- we have been trying at every oppoftuntty and sift flour, I tablespoons Department of Agriculture # .LfI#I. I'' I

worse. to have it reactivated and pytW of the sugar, the bsjk- home demonstration agents

We concede the right, to differences! '' use byt some branch of the N'rvkB.1.. THE FIRST BREAKTHROUGH in the building industry in 20 yearn Un-
of opinion, but in differing.f do not These, too, would be i
excelled engineering designing and architectural know-how of the U.3. Steel
believe It fair to distort and mfsrep- we now to abandon all efforts to obtain ) ,

resent basic ta b. We 'do not' say that a military establishment at Camp Farmer's Diary Corporation, with the help of General Electric has mass-produced a quality

all of the petition-circulator have BUnding} It'* a poor rule that wonft,
home nt an unbelievable price, -36 per cent below the coat of the aamo house
done thiii. Perhaps the one who have work both ways.!
Iy Sera HoCa"e built by conventional methods. Look at these typical features of the incom
are in the minority-but If a single. Another argument being used I III

person has been induced to sign a that this,'program, designed primarilyto early days when you could parable "Floridinn."
petition under false representation a in learning
school
assist drop-outs pick a quart of berries. and
grievous! injustice has been done to skill might be so
a useful trade or reach around and touch llv
the signer and to the community.In appealing that young boy would be one In back .h Ida you h.4 2113 Sq. Feet Of I iJRh{ Quality

the interest of presenting to Influenced to quit high school in orderto Just picker Production let) HomeAir.Conditioned Look At These Features!
the reader unbiased fact* to the best enroll) In the Training Center. Con off and what with one trwubW -

of our ability, we herewith present ceivably. this might occur In a few or another Ute> berry 'Industry
excerpt from the "Economic: Oppor- borderline CAMS but If it did. it slumped off and aernved e "Ille. _.,.....,_.. .. house)

tunity Act" as it relates.to Part A of would perhaps be to the benefit of The arUln out of terries on the..sf .out. $ .I'. H. irrrfl. .ri,'.... ..,MKH. -rnilpmnf, |enMleMI'MMIXI .
$15,990 ,. 'lahereal
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.- a. erarklaf waePla-.r
Title I-Youth Programs of the Bill both the boy and the school. A boy 1s ,In full\ wine nov and soon '
the will 1e.vs coom. Dot atone cam U. DorkSaM. sInsaA fau.Hl I..Yyerrey.ea. eel bk4' '''
a.s it wa passed by CongrMa.It who had so little Interest in continuing pined bowers the first step lovard and ailhoiMb U nextekneae a .'''iUl/"lY Mrlrlelati. YLUV.E4w.11 =

declare the purpose of the act hU higher education would no what ta hoprd will br another. for i.l .t-.i put". It ttung 1.11.1..ayp.r| ...........
to be that of increasing the employ, doubt be, of the type for which the bU My-off-Iwat.piln6. And proved to be a eared produnx. On Your Lot ur.", ,, tl. riMTNKt" lirT1| cut Altl. -frnl.:>
ability of young men, aged 10 to 21, high school with Its !lack of vocational how dlffrrvnt Is thin lust and ttwer were. .happy. with Tlurla' ..TNT1Ilrlr' riwr. ON 144.

by providing them in rural and urban training programs would have little step., and the. .tjl.. *rsl"'"in o* oi. brrrl-.- .Hh only reor. Sec The Model"FLORIDIAN" .IIEt. nrrti. 'C'
centers with educational vocational to offer. ralatni berrVa. from th6t claM. tippler rtalr9409 risers \i. al'rNul' ..I riftiTix:> "Alrulr. OVK.V.tt .

training useful work experience and \\"e haven't even mentioned the used. then ..e came MrII Off a bnn. And tnen gio.wa .. I with. e....... .
other activities. It further ajtolMr tackled. UM pmbleen of nemaU /IE .. U. n4'tttui' HI' ..."-IV" UI...IIWA.UKNm :
appropriate rather .obvious economic advantage rear '
Va. and altar e few UUI. ,1Nwrfanr/1 "f''. YIJN.NS .
the policy of the United
HU forth of such a center to the community
eliminate the of one thine, twers then H was ahnvn' tint Iumisuwn u.;era U. rl.rl""ralaltut. .. W ITrfT1AT5N: "" '
States to paradox From a buins standpoint. It i he wanted "nrw- a.n.t'or Uwltrwpi. of the enli _jM. de>rrea>se or.ftminM. n.r. .iv v toirv.tIJ. .a. a.M..>r *...i. .,..*,*. v..w
poverty in the midst'of plenty, withan hooves every businessman to support MM] en. at trot. .tabor) .... pObimn. Sunday November 8lh rtttNabM: W.\IIA Irdl'I.ATrtl: wrlktu. a bee.of
opportunity for a life of decencyand this project with every mean at hi. and. evpens, }try clMfrdpctrft a '..._n...... PIMegtw..

dignity. dispnftaL 'An annual projected staff. I whJcti hd lain 'allow t I Jt|<7weirer, the bVr eet a4vanr 2:00 f P.M. ""..".. rut "%..D r1ANSU.1' .t'LlJIo: :>
The proponed school will be a residential payroll of $1,870,000' should not be for a oaxntieT of 1M" '11.'" .* traa made only a few : i our.

experience providing for 24 scoffed at. nor the nearly 4OO new was done b>eau** en neniMhext I I I short rear .**. .IU, Ihe Intratwrtlun 1NIrPSn r tarsi .ltllt sr _.,.....-......, ._
I hour pr day Miperviaioiu Almost all families and household that such *n shown .Unew. kand I I "" of.plsetla. mukhlnstrei1 MKTATIOS>> --- I.d

I students will be high arbool dropouts.A institution would bring' In. Think what ..a rid infected wtttidlx p&aM of the etoneenUonalI Turn KftfM First' HI reel hal: (Of' IInl-lfwd lit. gut MfMir-Hwa*..* .Ato.t.*-.....!.. .... ......
serious shortage of vocational this would In of .e L and bwraose. e..An I I vtM-h r snethn4 of -w. .r4Mb*>tf f ...--""*, ..*.. wale i| laJer
opportunities term
exUU In Florida's high home nm.tru mean tion..ntI I Increased n"'l sale and sraMr* .... I... tnwuei.n.e. i me Until tart thne, Uw but- ('_* llo-plUl-M.....el, IUa.. .U MW4U' a "NHMt dui "' rMror..a
In the fan
tAutUno. To- rte were eK oat
schools.. If a student dOM not have I 1ft each 1 start: rrxrruro: tt*" _IJUI.YU IMMJIMot a.
and .
In line of bulne
every ser using }tae sad fraea then unuI afr e.tTiauu. fI' YlsIiIwk. .
as an
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d.r. .
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'.n..lf '40..0.1 M .name ...._
academic leaning and ... Interest I .
r !kf'. ..umnkd.. wirer and our *> ,. UM .buds bud. CO Iw '''.''' : ..." rt'NV. 'Htt
In his achoolinr' he will frequently! \Ve rerotnhe that there would h. Sam, and iretUAC' *m4 resKuU. I "teed. week sew _II. .In i r' Irell'ta.Uirrltu' rift. err

leave achooL This does not make him prnMem Involved with th* location > -stases arTS9.. .. lit* .
a delinquent although h. I* apt to such center In our vkfnltr' G lne_- Aama( that Usa. the darter ;, sraee a>n4 ... a .. .tae sln UXBCfor ......... ,. ..
fall Into delinquency nnJ h. finds tsme .,. tsewc pe pisnUn w. gwrrAr.I
M vflle. a* we recall ha problem on l N/N ,....,1; W tll> OrilKUN a...h.4. .. ..Mkb 1"--.
r Uwtand. W V M4 on was e-5
'rvUM a
t suit bde employment. with "DI""itr of FlorMa, : Item for "_..... U. .
occasion .. aAa 5h.sed T Hs.Aee 8tI '''--C'... ..
and
Some drop-out wffl be ia tM 4th student, and thin U doubtless. true of ,i I .. and. .Mveent..ne efUMUl b.4a lade .'Viot oaad. the,' feM...t.... whale l l ......"- ............5 a./.aw. l.Ml. hew ..,,..
to 7th rrad reading and arithmetic where a large number in Die prrparattor) wear .... I' ./ar..a. ..r .deer ..........k. MrMswil "
community _
.... bane.ed ettb.v 1,4 or raw
any then MM* had pl.MTnf
I .ed ee- ........ .
IrrrU. Their L Q"e are not IgnUraBtly '...... e.MNY.1.g fable .fcy W>
of yang IIW.-r wonw.an p. : Utr mtst true and a w lted lit.s ..-1' f .
krv r than tboM who stay In thered torrther." But -e have fared .hew. Ufcortao prflr- K was.1,1.4 1 i iHHVilrti .. 1. !. l l I A.M SNrsA. .StitaII.IU 4laSt4tyeaNLIL.byatt.4kN: .
.
f.i u.l.Nart l M "'"IH'W./
chooL Some but hardly a majority aad met problem* la the put. and we .* at* roisnda ts tttejbed I II. '
/ t''... UI< .. \lHIf).'."Y .
1Nn4N.
in this are. wiz N fson-schite. Btu can do ao strain.Twenty . wan a naniTI psra. *. and ('b-ante's buss lekew el....
d>nt. In the training renter wU .xh center win be e.UbHhd tnen enef.t par.. ae.r .-tI beM. U'w' .ftCjIIwt std. M tA.o't. .lr4ntfiN" lI."'I'4w sUL"TTrate

come from within a 250 mD radius acre*. the nation within thenext boa "IA! sa .At-. Mena.e .... we fn.t nap Twual/A"' K .IkU,111. Nl'TUxN' !
of the achooL We have to believe law times. fit ..",.,. aMn.cr p., ur arkrr.a. .... .... ..... >'MM>IC I I'f.A.V C tkrit< II fir .u///N4 .. ......... pn1hg& ,
year ron a "nsus. .raf atr .sari.. .... Jot ........... lit a
F.Al'olkoH la the training centers that we have a* good a dunce a* nay M -&II tb lop fw Itlaa6.w. era t lev.. x ..... des ......
wt3 hare been recruited by UM Job area to oUaia MW. If this optmrtfvu't tyto I M Ile.. 24.1...1 e. eM Ilan
Corp with the aid of au"Ie and bypassed> > who kww /how long. ItwlD Ire UM aosam-Asf 1 -.....M
private ..- ncie* and prne wxrrti g be before another. .equally" ten*- I, its. Wse.rt" sae ter.eirua.rl Del.

with diadvaatag )"OIaapten..T1w fldal frorj an many standpoints. wffl ..rwy .,...,... twee I Whitehead Brothers

enrollee wifl have bees <*...d to. present. itelf-4f ever ln.ea'Eh'" at a. u-I Onetar ....* .... snwlnass
eliminate: tho. who arc mentally We repeat that .has u. eM ...... ..... ...easel.el i ,i.....>..is af ra.jnr aurrfcis.
tarded or who .have pttytiea! every man aright III a rMortvtr eM rr.nvarsrw. 1.I....* *.. ............ ..urt12t
or per- to *cr*.. or disagree rtth MCA rd 11 "ptu.eL.ud' I .... sae ba..we/ M I.sd.t. MIO.VW: ,, Mi-UU OK N14i71. HTAHKK'' > I'LOKIOABradford /
aoaalit/ f erU Mcfc a. Mrtoua.. crl.,.
> a proposal and the.
perhaps
petttioae pd -- Maid K lue .._ aIlilS U4 le ....
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE' GRANDIN AND LAKE GENEVA



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: ,Y-TyYyyyy ; YTTYTYYY? TTTYTYTYTYTYYTTYT'I vvvyvvvvvvr'wvyvmyyy "fr -'! .- .- I I Rain Halts I Goldwater Indians ,Play, Baldwin Friday

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS LAKE GENEVA ; !

I I Ii Keystone Play Takes Keystone I
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It. :Si'hacffrrft. Seventh Defeat In Cross Ci
By Mary
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-.C'mjj'- : ------I A..A' I Bad weather cut the Keystone Clay Counby favored Sen. The Journey to Cross City goal line many times du.-

: ; ornctits per pc.son.: 'TUHK'EY: 'SII'OOT I Oolf & Country Club's I Barry Ooldwater In Tuesday'selection I last Friday was a long and the game. to give the endtheir .

jiuO1iiy( OES 'The National Chapter There will be a "Tui'key i iS'hoot" I I invitational tournament to 27''I giving the Arizonan I I ad one for the Indians. The seventh loss of the >.
ci,: oct. 28, Asitat.th'i&Cj will In Texason
Wednesday meeting convene
Saturday, Nov. 7, next ; i holes labt weekend. with only 3.577 votes (not counting I football game was a good 800.
i fr.J) ". ; ; tron Ethel Nov. 21 A bus has been door to Panxborn\ Lumber Co., iI I nine played Sunday due to absentees!! ] to 2,911 tor'PreslI one-but not (rood enough as Although the score! "wi'

'i':< Her and Worthy Grand chartered from Jacksonville, starting at 9 a. m. Tho Keystone i! I I I dent Johnson for as the Indians wer, con Indicate a poor game, t.'U

Patron Lee Bowles of the and any member Interested In Heights squadron of I I rain.Billy Turner of Falatka and The Keystone Heights precinct I cerned. Cross City won 46-0. diana never quit fighting
C, iud 1 Chapter of Florida" this trip may contact Mrs. ball. This Is shout,
the Civil Air Patiol Is uponsoring i Beam Ken Hatchings of Jacksonville gave Ooldwater an assist The Keystone team played the
'\ 'r honored during their ofi ElKenaclcer of Mrs. Ward. I in I 12 boys the fact that they held
:.! the choot Charles Foster tied for first place with 463 votes' for the tilts game with only
I i la) visit\ ,to Chapter 279, AAKI- LUNChEON: commanding officer oft j I Incumbent Qualify I the championship flight witha Senator to 260 for Johnson. so they were handicapped, Bears to only two points!

.lE-S' Procqdln; ;! the meeting The Keystone Heights the local squadron, la beKln total of 108 each. John I In a hotly contested Legislative -. from the very beginning safety-In the fourth quay
n hanqui'V.. was held 1 In edu- Chapter of AARP held ltd With ten the win- I The Indians again worked
fling an active program to'' only days to fill Ruffini of Keystone was race In Clay County These 12, however, never
: "j'lonal i building! of the Community monthli revered: dish Junch- stimulate. Interest, 'and to I Inn bcfoie the Nov 16 by the re- I ner of the first flight with Louis Huntley, t.he'Democratic gave up fighting' for one minute gather as a unit and con!

Church under the eon In the Community Church build tip the organisation to line incumbents BILl Councilman Oene 113 'nominee, tallied 3,535 votes to tight down to the finish\ 'tied to how Improvemt,

i hnirirtajiship/ of Mrs. RA.. educational building on Nov. I a higher,dcgreo of efficiency.. and Ed Bennett are the I who moved from An all-local team, headed 2,306 ''for ftls'Republican' run Although they lack speed.

(.;,mat and c4rcle members. 5. New! members and guests In order to do this. the/ cooperation candidates 'qualifying for by host pro Lea!! Stephenson ning-mate. Harold Hill. line.Rushing yardags for Key- pertenoe and weight. t''J

11';''hty-flve officers! and mcm- wcre Introduced and three of every member la two council seats "'up for \ filed the carded! a 13-under-par 97 to The Keystone precinct gave stone totaled 66, and theli continue" to ,show fans. t tlf:

i) '. s attended the banquet. proposals) as recommendedby needed\ Mr Foster Is urging In the December 1 "off ) with 23: sUn- win the pro-am event last Huntley 330 votes to 292 for passing gains mounted to 87 they have the, desire to pj

At'I'lKht o'clock the Chap- the bouird. were acted up- every member to !get on the election. qualified!! voters Friday stephenson. who Hill. but 'this wasn't!; quite good ball.-an Important factor

ti." vfeLlf cnl\1d! 'It!) order In the on. Plans were discussed for ball and do his part. Also he! Beam Is chairman of f 10 qualifying carded 38-38-78 on his Indl- enough to beat the Bears. Ronnie Homer a Jur

Chwpter room. of 'the Masonic the Christmas program meet- '' asks that each member try Council. and Bennett was 'dlvual ball was boosted to Tommy Bird played an outstanding this year, has shown s'improvement ..'
by Worthy Matron *Inn on Dee 17. The next In his ballIng ,
Teipl'
to bring In a new member victory by Fremont Tolles. a day !" game on defense! of ph
liritlw IVftTd., .811d Put Patron Hireling/ will be held Nov. 19 Anyone Interested In joining IS handicapper who had 47- Mr and Mrs. Ra.y. Oano, of he repelled many' 'of 'thc every game this sea*

\ .1, '.A- WtllUtns.% \ Nearly at. 2 p. m.COMMUNITY. or participating In any of the committee hopes may check book, It 47-83, and 13 handlrapper: Miami spent the ,weekend Bear's numerous attempts foi Last Friday' Right he plaves

urn 'fleers ind members at- : CHURCH activities'erf the CAP will be started In June 1965. !, to attend WallY M. Muhlhofer with 43- with his parents Mrand yhrdage and points. Offensively. good game for the Indian< \*

""tended$( this meeting. repre.intint Kindly advise Mrs. Charles cordially welcomed. The Men's Prayer : Lrgasse and Mrs 4083. Dutch Hennle wai Mrs. Ovid Gatso.Coinmador Oary Cooper CUT This Friday night the !

*". surrounding chapterll'l Wallcnlus not later than COSTAIVtORBYTHEMlNS will meet at the home of I' \ will serve all fourth member of the teaM. Dave Staple and Chapman -and Stephan Bro Hans will play Baldwin the I

,A unique courtesy Nov. 0. of the number of tickets Janice Arlene For-" David Nelson on Nov. 18 I refreshments. There were 19 teams In the Jack 'Roundtrae; commander kas were "right In Vhcze'fighting They have repeatedly sho

M. !S ,VftraQwBJejrJ.was[' ; !. ex- sold to the Church ,Bagaar nvtho daughter of Mr. and 7:30: p. Stewards will I forget the "Taste pro-am and 51 entries In the of 'm1ne sweeper Limper at for Indian !ground us. their fans, that they j huj
: "\ theoelate', Matron luncheon and tea tlme Nov. '9 at 7:30 Friday evening. the desire to play
: |
I-. ( Mrs. Walter Pomuhe. of Pa- Monday. Invitational.MELROSE Panama base Panama City, As ,usual Bruce Moon player' a gr
I... v.:.a, was. deputy ,for Worthy Also bring your "sales Itemsto IMPROMPTU; ,\ ::30 p. m Mrs- J. his regular steady gameJohnriyi tame. Why don't we aU co
latka, and Howard Contain, of spent the weekend recently
: Ornnd Matron Adele! Robnrt- the church educational lU'CJE SUCCESS! will be In charge 'vvvvvvvwVVVVVV'VVVV Moon started thing out and show them that
the U. S. Air Force, were' wIth Mr. Boundtree'a mother,
: Members of thw cost-,were building on Wednesday, Nov. there ;: are behind them 100
on. Yes
Virginia
.. I I off by kicking to Cross City. :
married In Folkston, Oa., FI'Iday. Mrs Nell Roundtree.
... 'A>M>clt i'Mti ron>.Edith, Nicholson 11, from 10 a. m. to i P. nv, Carnival: I Byron started a during the first quarter. The (, cent?
After'a
Oct. 30. short Mr. and, Mrs. George Lund.
:: Pont H. EdwardHii3nT. or deliver to the circle: chairman to allot factured her
JPatron
Contrary
Bears' speed! agility; and experience -
... wedding( ( / trip, the couple will who spent( the summer' In
.. Past Matron Phyllis before the 11 tho 1 that by falling In '
week's claims
/ '
Mrs. Grant l led them over their
make their home In Charleston By RothhainrnerIaAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa: Woodstock. N. H. and other Edna. Williams
.. ; tf Georgia ,The Bazaar will be held would be NO Carnival .
Hwjt,. ajid, !Mrs. I
.... 8. C, Mr. Contain Is theluanddaullhtt'r New 'England) States spent
Murrhee Nov; 12-13 as 'a ventral' leer, there was one. Tony Davis s FLORIST-NVRS"gy
of Mrs. Louise the weekend visiting friends
Other Ignored guests" were Church Women's project! for Fornythe of lAke Geneva. For this we have the of Darrell and The 'Junior 'B ;1a o'f Ellam on their way to !their homein parents. Mr. and Airs. J. V, JI'LOWI'RS':

Oml1d'EIt'ca. uixl Pint Orand I.h. building fund 'Of the proponed 4-11 WINNER' and Senior Clauses of broke his arm Baptist Church: held a weiner Sarasota for the winter. Slfuk
Matron of the general Grand new sanctuary Each to thank! When the. .. while playing
Carol Baker, local 4-II club roast at t.he'church and Invited Mr. and Mrs. William Isen- NOTICE OF INlfcNTION! TO
Ch 1 p.ter. ''ci'ings1e7! I circle has been assigned a tumbled. these ( his yard at their '
Qlrls. Those home
the O. A.
member, was. three timewlnn..r bower have returned REGISTER FICTITIOUS
:' ppit Ot-nnd.M.tl'Ol14I and Past booth. but gift donations are carried the ball to a Geneva
at the Greater Jacksonville attending were Charles Per after a two week; trip to NAME:
.0: ai., I'atrons> Verna BilceIreMA.Johns needed for each. which. are aa ful finish. Chrlstoffers. troke
... Agricultural and Industrial ry Rudy Dampler, Emory North Georgia, Tennessee, Notice Is hereby given that
freak
In
,'" Vincent Bile, follows When this column arms a
: Fair last 'Week. Her Perry David and Zan Brant- Carolina.
and North
the undersigned under the
=. E.: WrWjrrr; ;' tint
Jlm'blnet' ; Orand Treanuroi will have the handiwork wan named grand champion cided except that r. C. and Jeff Miller Linda I Is spending, the weekend with Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. Melrowe Phone: GR 5-i|
= Mary La urn 'Jijhnnon: oran< be Pamela An
would NOT
booths. a
Includinghandmade steer In the youth beef showin Perry Darlene Dampier, Mrs. L. M. Pearsall. will register with the Clerk
._. y.lhpi, Flc'rince'" Davis, Dist articles such ns aprons novelties the 4-11 and FFA'division Later In the day, the daughter 01!, Christina: Brantley, Connie! Mrs\ \ Martha MacKeochie of the Circuit Court In 'and -

8 Orarid' Instructor Ernest! etc- Mrs. Onra McDnna1d's !. and classes realizing how Anthony Mon Is. Beaty Huff Martha left --
She also the Fitting
won and Col.! Emma E. Vogel for Bradford County. Florida,
:.. Jn.. EfsctylcKcr. tlftht/ pnstOra pointed all the at school also, !
elrel"\11\ havr
Mathews and Rachel Ashlri.'. '
In
.. Oroomlng contest as well' as Friday for a week's visit upon receipt of proof of publication -
v| Patron and 23 PM( plants, books on flowers birdhouses town would be-to say In the Medical I
the Showmanship contest.. It Pupils of Faith PresbyterIan Bermuda. of this notice the MURRHEE
= ('I' .n1( :ftratrpnt 'from several novel- lag'of their elders- Oalnewllle hoping
t and
gardening
treat.
In believed that this Is the Klnd.erwartelwere Mr and Mrs. Rocco Savino fictitious name of Keystone
... .. weekend
lttoMitll. : ties. Mrs. J. A. Williams" circle see what could be done tills ed to surprise! Halloween of Insurance Agency
first time that the .lUne per- I a and daughter, Mai'gu'rlte, D ve-In Theatre under
= Jriesees for the nodal : booth will hwV'O bnlcrd son has won three positions !it C. ''Tl'It'YJot/ busy and oldest son of party on Friday, Oct 30, by) White Stone N. Y spent which, I am engaged In business
hur' and rcfjeshmenti wer! *' Toods and sweetmeats. !MM posters, 'and It wasn't, Mary Alice De< General InsuranceFire
In the some'show.Edwin their teachers MrsL.. 0 three weeks with her brothjr-: at Highway 21 North'Keystone
:: >!".. Hazel) McKay: ; MlM Oer Clarence Davts* >circle will untll'the thing begun'to ) >!en sporting a cost Baldwin
Baker won 2nd priM and Mrs. Fred Spies! In.law 'and abLer, Mr. and Heights Florida.
trude llouiifc': !).tl'J. ''nubtT'lrf' an too. But his Ouaa1tJ.frtne:
and I
havw the white elpphant'Jooth. In the 'Showmanship! contest shape-parade Featured were a costum Mis. Paul D. King! Patrick JI'fttn.. DenBIeyker, P. 0Box
iMv:"i,'Murtifrlt'* ecliro and nrtx>cc s will haVe!! Senior Class Pre It was just a bad Ante Bondi.Kerston .
'and
over about/ 19 other entries.ti'"B. parade modeling apple Persclo of Rutland. Vt. accompanied 1597, Ocala Fla, aolsowner -
s.dm'ieIt c.IIi.Arna: wu'MJfn Jewelry nontrttwrted or madr Steve Shacklefofd! hdn! ..
rERftONAJ.1II bobbing games and, story fol-- Mr and MrsSa' Heights, 4TI-47M
:- : .'."' I". '" "'T'meomberll' 'KlolUlngaU-s' \ ,( :.'''wn rtn of Orson Owe AIS 'tt) thank\ 'evpryone: all' these ailing towed by refreshments carry- vino here.Mrs' Dated this! 15th day o*

NtNCtINTM! have the "mystnT ''boiw "- Bpitngt and' bl'Othe"aftd, list >donated 'and: trbrffeed : '\ Jane recovery Srhaeffelr|i' (nj c out the Halloween motif Pat Ollmon and October. AD. 1964 '., Keystone

An xastem Star courtesy to lifts -worth SO cents. and attractively tsr-ln-low, 'Mr and Ides 'Vtrll Cfimlvsl-especially the from six-day Participant Included Nancy I daughter Melanie. of Falls Heights Clay County

"r Mvlroflo* Masonic Lodge wrapped, Wilson were visitors In merchants" who tOOl" a Arwood. Donny 'A-ihton, Janet Church Va. are visiting Mr Florida. ARE TERMITES

will b8 !lvon' following The The Bundar School will havrtoy Lake Geneva last 8a.turdy. I well.' They are happy to County Hos Bntey Susie Ccrnl Don and l Mra. B. E. Kelley and 10:15: 4t n r DESTROYING

4,,(<*ff nc.-IITlir. : | on Nov, ,10. for children and Junior L. E. Wilson supervisor" of port a net profit of ?: Chrlstoffers, Terry Clare other relatives-

Tlwf "'"..XnrHial UaM* at.. the Youth- Fellowship! will haw Reglntratlon, mentioned' to us mately '1300 It Is. column due to Is the a Lynn Dnvls. Mike Ferris Mra. George Alderman; has YOUR HOME?

I ivruonlc mn 'in at- Peters the grab bust. TIM Senior the fact that there are now And. Incidentally the 5'r. Keith IlAll. \ntchell Jackson returned from Aleuthera In-

biuw will bejfceld Nov: 8 when Youth Oroup hat been busy 9,000 registered/ voters In ClAY Fall Festival' has been your correspondent (Veg Janmln. Larry Maltedo 'and In the Bahamas after Should the Need ; FREE
14
-Juptff!' I'tJl'mt1MI.\ .' thtttttn. Tn"1rtri 1f rttclen for 'children County. This U the' hlitnent\ ponedo a later dot*) 12 or -or even Nancr Niche!!. Ssnunle Put-. visiting Mr. Alderman for ArHV. Rent I INSPECTION
at the ho
r \ flute Rome there. tnd will have the candjrbooth. number In the, history of the will In all probability dmy tan, Steve! Rhoacn, A-m Spies evei wwki Crutches' & Cane ,
had time
I luncheon will be mrved'_ *t It The Mrn's Club wll' county Sptlhv Festival" It was. hasn't all U going or tc' Steven Spies. Matt Stlnson Mr. and :\11'1In.. C. Johnson J Koch'Drug. I '

:, :do. the janitorial services: of Mr. and Mis. Dolbeit Orren duled for Nov, 13 and Vlchl Tlson.Winners *>f Atlanta. Oa. spent the : tltltZ&J3J
t fo iK>ttln and were' several other I I'a r-rl..s.a Ceerlatia... : '
:KEYSTONE > 'room arrangement of Hellbronn were ru the Deliver ,
for the booth. Mr. and ttr.. John Roberts broken arms mad tot Brldtie Club for bet W. O. PreHon. I It E.; Call 96J-396',
Drive-In Theatre Mrs Elmer: Howe's circlesill 91 Hlllcirst lust Sunday. I Church Baaixsr and a astronaut Johr week Include the following George Ttlppey: of Santa Fe ., _
I -
have coffee hour Mrs. Walter Foriythn of I Meetingand\ social e also suffered a Mrs. ]Mury Cook and Mrs II 'Shores U home after being a ,t I I'Frigida'ire

Frl. Sut.. Sun. 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov 11. at 10 a Palitka. Mr. Blanche CunnlnHham St William's In his bath- C. Segur. first place; Mrs patient I the Alachua Oen-I
'1\. a tea and coffee hour Churchto name<< tIt '), Rosco Uvlnjton and Mrs
and Mri T nilieroriiythe
sneml
< :! Hospital.
fimll;( Deal :ay. has been. summted! own home, sites Maytag Zenith
th t afternoon and evening, of) Lake. Geneva. Is bid planet nura Roland BrjrrtX second place I Miss Ruth BlgsJow 'Who ha*
until 9 i pm and coffee and) thin once<< that Mn. Palsy Boyd and I
arna''maRnn.D1Ur.RoaiNaID were In Jacksonville i Ut Sunday ? Mrs.\ C bern spending the summer in
town should .be Motorola H
the Zeigler aters
tea hours Friday momlnj visiting Mr. BlancheCarleson Is a fine rtde- Vfaxaon third place: Mrs. E.I I Fire Inland.'N.! Y, has returned (
and' << afternoon until closing a imll"nLjt Riverside a w>.-\ of 'Msjiter'* hortt Vt. Byorlch. and ]Miss' Sally I home. Bite sprnt several'
atop a
I ,time at II" inMrs. JlI".ltal.i which could be "' ,time. fell r.o Marufleld. fourth piece day with Mr. and MrsBob- Fedders ServiceYEOMAN'S

'" Wallenlus' circle. MIIhr Mrs. Fred Ellis: and BlnnrhrCunnlnghttm fore plans. were mude by | ', but off her ease Mr*. Bell Johnson of Cocoa. by Ryan and children in

:!tIE'! OOOS j ( the leadfmlilp of Mrs n of Lake Geneva orsunl/ntlon Publicity Mr. and Mrs. Ding Miller Mr Jacksonville on her way home.
would be In Sales & Service
men
close
,nd Mrs. William noundtree .
A. Oatint, will serve a drllct- were on hind at the polls I S we worry" about Mra NadIne Roundtree Is
oIls luncheon from 'I 1 1SO: &llll early Tuesday. to help keep tact with said pernon. taking In .,ivd nons. 8&.pht'1.nd Dean.ll home after being a patient: lathe
II part
.. D. .. .. 2 P m Thursday,, for II a the long line of voters mov Mm or her" know. what. )sports-but It I III of Coco*. and Mr. and J 1 Bradford: County Hos ):slI'UmSE"II.. n -2J: 1
planned and
when
., plate. -and :I Mrs. W. LOrey and aces { pita!

YES-WE -HAVE- A.NNOt'M'CMKNT: : I ingT M Filler returned' TU... tUte rind' out it was If It aim U a (' I I I accidents..--we need- the be 'Mike. of cknonvllle, 'spent\ 'I I Ihe Mr*. Jjllan: Jacob. and "Quality and Pricc"

I A speckil meeting of rlrcifChalrmrn day. front the Veterans llosplUl .itht, weekend with Mrs. Nell ehlldl'Mor Nw Smyrnapo

I lift, ,. SandwTrfeM. ,Jlzza. will bo held *t :3 p I at lake City.. that tills.? calendar-- I Roundtrce.Vfr I t Uw w.'.ItfOftfi w'Stl hfar''
I month be
--- posted the
on .
Hot. t ('Iw lnt.. Coffee' m. Nov. t. World Coinniunltv' % : cftci. bulletin *, Stenna Hller! of Hollywood '
fold Urink I SnnrkM\ : Day, &to plan (for the Usia Cr board. and : roiNT for ..ii >. was a guest' lout workof .
the
;i and library Sounds like a {i, *. Com In and her grandson, Mr and Mr i 1 I
liunUherlng days
H -..
< Any volunteers
The Men's favoriteMTR.: R. O Logwlon. and family. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS'MELROSE
Club
dinner endprogram '
\%
OMEN: noLtf
im '
,,
& >.". TKLE-: Mrlrone Mustangs will play
meeting was held
I Monday, Oct :33.! 'with! about. ] COMfLCTE Menib-ra of:Mt1PE the :.H i I HAWthome hornets this Frl-I BUSINESS DIRECTORY I =---.J

A FAMILYMAN' A FELLOW l t.rdlns\0\ members The and aural at- I Ldhr Golf AMvJallon I'I'nno. .
pl'OIl"m was
'?" of the r-t I _
. WHO REPlACED'ruE MONEY I I nrenetttrd" by Mlsne. IVU and iret ht. Women's Golf A AUTO REPAIR Ana ('5)NiflIO'"ERSI : :

.IN.HIS WALLET WITH ThompMii of the ClUldivn's stlun on Thursday, Ol : NOW() ItKUVXINC: : -I I "' ."!IIRF.R!'
limit Mission ANNOUNCING: T.:LK" I'Irc.z RESTAUHANTS
SNAPSHOTS! Frank I'"u chairman of to p" rtlrlMte In a Train I NtII: () ": . ( --. BLack Jk White) I
; Bret nail Tournament Goetzman Bros.Garage Rr.nUGKR'TUK.4,
the bulkluvi tom Uu.. reported | In the II note
that In 1 IMS the" Communlty mup. I ILI.. AT UISCOU.NTVVheeler's Beldler'
W&r.) .... won over the .
rrt.1tJt
...
I CIuave had 103 mmb -| C.U. first |4nreRACIH>! AU. KIND' OF

1 ,"r.. and lit U" membership |r met of aalnrtvUle and R.r.tR'OftK: Holiday InDRe.taurant

: 1 hot reached STOftsnvni nM'*nl\"d I nf1\dto\11 of Keyatone. voron BOOT PAINTINalOITADLZ Discount Store

tt j .M1Wl\u"1. on e.Unui -| OaUwnlla.
and Fva II IM. U
I AI iso ___ va. VS4ai
that pulslton will I
Kry.Utne, 70 La.f.-.n. Outboard j FIne Fmxf McxteraUlCOMTUCTIXT 1'T1C'
b double In UM ,nest ton years.Arvlateet In Uw t-tv4 iroup ( Motor "lI'eU'u'! :

I'ionMoivsn] dlloc""..-, kUw). That place ,[ : oDn.
was won ;;
wet"IIrtoua .mreZitcstuti 1 EVelyn ..k and tails Hwy It Keystone H.!ghto ease7. ...... on. ... Of'I '

futures" and tlxxxvltimtiiory a pee., both of ",,-. with M Flo. :Neat atone tIn bet'- I,l_.. Frail 'n.m. YSI i 1 ore r DAYS wwLT:

etoh of the probulMi 1 I %rrrvnc:; i%ov !'('Ol.,. TheatreTerrieir n- rr- Nb. ..... """"' ,

; P'd | .l hk-h the eeimkg.e. ahirry """,, \lrm ; 1:"..... ..,: VaR ---- L-
.
l 1l'C1U1t UM buys of bat. TO } msiEEIER.I.. SAVINGS$ AND sgV1Cz i, nAJI r. 0-- ... rt..t. Oi e ...... -
303 'at. ca-a.. is Rb-I.
('.\1.1. roM mitt Utah they 11Wft"" I BVvft' Nss" Pad tile
eI
ASS m.\TIOX OK STARKK
. fat t..
Tueriair erentmt f msn" t JO I'- Tear .............
Sealed) bids i m bot teeelred
$ In' MAUC THIS AU. IXiSSIULK& Cn1fSevve :|: A.'tB"I?''. "d "
by th* City of Keystone :JO |}M> CV\ :\ O. C. Carnes Nursery:

I- (t\ ctw *.A.A. heights at 1.30: p m. TunfUy Church erfuraUMiol ll N. a 1".... TIre.hVa 'IS Bate Of __, De'IIW7

< Novrn
llAll for repair to pat who would like 10 WU& Federal Savings & Loan ... ............ A-, 9 .t_,_ __ at -..
I-
dratl\6Hj
Vrn and the money from hi. wallet I ditches and MrrO. a &' he to ur***! to 5PKM' T A. )C.. T::30 P. 3dw p-. s_. ... .

by >l. Dora. hint to ttvr next aaeexin Association of Starke .__ A-4,.. '., .
!l'e In aaaInga 'account at 1 The KeyStale 4.rtcAU ny' T sad 7 a. a a.. _tnoVK: CrtrmJiynn. .......
MOMtVH ( t '11 '
Work wtll require> the u.* TO M' 21 ts N. TeanoW A'emee es'Spsr'h
itoisk. K. rm.tS. -
luIttle! IUnl e rrit fur what t he hat ...tIra.. lMe. tractor .Je.. Wwan's .
Club will hold I'
1 & dump truck &1IQ. roncxru J
in hit* ,checking[; account fur current HTroatd. .. uk ..Ut be rrqutrrd. November bualneM T V Srvice' Center! New AND VSF.D ,........c. sas'vUes ).

DrUUU tit. b. buine4 M.I MI TtaevHy, NJV ,la. at I Son III C'III. 6. .. 11InI\: V'uspvtia.., rn.rotor*. Atimi'CIIT A ': ...y37.es.1 .,s4 T..

j : Ing) City IUU e> ] ....,.. ......... ......... A SOLD
I) n.__. TuVexUy tbsw 5turtly tn. 6f the I 'Sa:.. s.. .

: fi ; ; CT u xh. II,. \ -....-. E- Alt ....... KeystoneHouse E. McKay.RealtoI
Y4 IZjMMIL The City rreerres" Oe rUM At thIs IIW Bargan.s
kADIGCtA _
bid: t lUrper '0 CFtn : .."-1.1.( ,
.n4
LI .. ,a.nn. to reject say A 'm-u. !
.eeern J," 'fls.e4' 'UI. speak on'Woawit ). nW'eII'1I S ........ :oc-u. 51 L14M'tea. .-
I __ n_ ____ I- 11- % Oustaas5. .
(ltd Clerk> .nr -. If".. lux .n'aa .. tl

ST.'Mf: U 9 lrout>: ma..Ui. 5414. meet a..S..s_. -ie,. .vs..agj5 ErTwT'cE: I4E7GHT r 1.


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NOV. 5. 1961 \DFonn (N)1-"TT Tri.rr.K\rii.; STARKF. nrmm\ --- FAOK NINE
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.MAXVILLE.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.yy I Ii I

I

Br 1\1n. A- C. SUde i DIXIE CRYSTALS OR HERSHEY'S'

Phone 289-44)1 _

..AO..AAA..rHALLOWEEN %.

annual Halloween CARNIVALThe Carnival tiFoQM.a

was held Thursday CHOI
afternoon on the school ? .a
grounds, starting at 5 p. m
with a costume parade
through town. The parade, ,. 0
was led by the high school
band followed by D. P Ortf- -.
fls and children on horesback ?i''i
Parade winners were Miss ,, LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD
I j!
Nancy Slade. prettiest and ': .

Miss.Carolyn. Jonjack. funnlest. I t 111.NET ." .,.,...,..,...,...,." ....,.,." .,." ..,."/ < "
The climax of the eve i ,,,'
ning was the presentation of; 1 V"
trophies to the lucky win kl\' FARMER GRAY QUICK FROZEN GRADE 'A'

ners J. D. Padgett and Cheryl .
Wilkinson were named Mr. PRICES GOOD NOVEMBER 5 THRU THE YOUNG DUCKLINGS. : II

and Miss Primary. The Duke WEEKEND QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED GREENOELL BREADED VEAL OR (Ch.pp.J, )
and Duchess were Michael
Benny and Theresa' Watson. CUBE STEAKS
BEEF
Prince and Princess awards . :
went to Lloyd Kllgore and OSCAR MAYER ALL MEATSKINLESS
Linda Williams. James Norman :
and Mary Jan Spence, FRANKS. . !
werecrowned King and
Queen. MAYFAIR RICH TASTYCOTTAGE
BIRTHSMr ,1 Sr J1v.Jt dj CHEESE > :

and Mrs. Joseph Henry . : .
Looney are the proud parents s1l9 \ i
of a. son Montey Gene, born FREE || |
Tuesday. Oct 27 at the Bradford
County Hospital I| ,.. .

CIVIC Halloween CLUB CARNIVALA Carnival was I i THIS WEEK x !IUT

held at the Civic Club. Sat- '' FRESH PORK LOIN!
urday afternoon at 5:30.:
Hamburger hod dog and spaghetti Vacrono
suppers were, sold. 6
Games Included dart throw.I I In.ih : FROM THE TENDEREJT YOUNG
pond ghost house and I I

Club fortune sold chances telling. on The a radio Teen Juicer BLUE PORK ROAST
;
Mrs. Horace Pye was the
I)I z
lucky winner At the close of RIBBON RIB END OR
the carnival a king and I Iqu..n *,
.. I'I FRESH}[
were crowned and awarded WITH PURCHASE OF ONE
a lovely: trophy. Wint'rI
were Queen. Sharon Orif- AT REGULAR PRICE l I BUTT ROAST

tea, and King Jack Lucas. EACHI! .
OF 494 I
4t
Runner-ups were Hazel Turn I
er and Harley Thomas They :
aim received trophies similarto LB ::
those of the king and
Queen. I .
PERSONALSMrs. I
Ben HlgRlnbotham re- r LOIN
reived face and arm bums 4
Monday afternoon in an accident -
at her home t r
Helen Olllard of Jackson
vll1.<<. spent several days last i i
week with Hazel Turner. I j
. Tommy: Turner.son of Mr \'rq
and Mrs. Alford Turner left
Friday night for Texas where
he will be stationed with the .a'j"I
!
U. B Air Fores- FRESHFANCY
Mr and Mrs. Junior Ooolsby LO
and children of Lawty '
were gursU of )otr. and Mrs. GOLDEN RIPE
Leslie Sweat at the Civic
Club Halloween Carnival last
BANANASI BLUE RIBBON QUALITYQUARTER
Saturday night.
1
Oa.Simeon spent Phillip last Tuesday of Monte with SLICED PORK LOIN CHOPS

Mr and Mr. Earl Mosley. I .
Mrs. Junior Moslry was a I '/Ia1/1111/1IeIIIII/1111111/1//IIISSISIIII11//1ISI. ....." " ,"/"/"
luCky winner on WQIK MA'
Country Club Monday morning -
M
Conrratulation.tJ. LIBSrSCOLOCM
C. Hlgglnbotham was a A's (
patient In the Bradford. s c. CREAM STYLE CORN 6 ,i4..C A,
County Hospital' Thursday
through Saturday of lastweek. MRS. BELL'1 PUHIST'BERRY Fh

\ :
Ed Wilkinson was admittedto h PRESERVES ; .
& Uw Bradford County Hospital
last Thursday l L '
CALIFORNIA VILLOV CLING HALVtt 01 SLICISHUNT'S
Harry Padgett ls a patient r
In Ed Frailer Memorial HMpltnl PEACHES 4' "
in Macclenny 2'.. CAH'
Young Mena Sunday School !
CUM of Msxvtll Baptist p, FRUITAITE AJJ'T CAHOMATIO e N. 0..1.l .H. .R...*'' t
Church visited Sunday afternoon f
/FRUIT DRINKS 3 uo.l
with Ed Wilkinson In )\
the Bradford County HOAPltal.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin" Bell Hint. LIVES KITTY UtCtRS e A1VT. PLAVOMS V

and In afternoon.Mr family Jacksonville. ..tc.nh4P Saturday fair I I CAT FOODS 8 \>... CANS 1 1fTNf.lOFT

1 '
\ and Mr. Winum Me- AlfT, COLORS %
!1 !nary of Jacksonville wrrruests
of Mrs. J C Nolan' at FACIAL TISSUES 6c ,1
the Baldwin Srtiool Hallovern FRESH .,
Carnival last Thursday -

nUht. SWEET JUICY FLORIDAORANGES PTNI.1A1T[ M0RT0NIOfiW AtfT.
Mr. and Mr Jim Parker ;

and vtoltrd son Mrs of Mary Ft. Monkry l.audfoordaW and TEA BAGS : J',39c POT PIES 51FVMt.TAJTCCUT ,

Mrs.. Claude Greta .I.vt Mon ff BtLU PlOUM 0 ANCf
day. 'The Parker are former
MaxvtU residents BEETS ta10c: JUICE 4
Mina. Elaine Carter dauXTvUr of Mr and Ura Robert EA
Carter of Often Owe, aNd FT"e.tOFT"tlC POLY I AC" COCo'Oiui O.GAR< CMOC. ,
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ti-lcts. Technical.! axslxtance a singing program. The publicIs THE CHURCH OF GOD "'BAVLCSS III' :.\y' BAPTIST
Blllectomy. And
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:Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Putney will be provided' by'' the Soil NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Invited to share this enjoyable OF PIIOPIICCY CIIUUCII
r lWTif' of Jacksonville spent Sunday Conversion Teats Conservation and Finest Ser- \ activity: Pastor, Elder Brooker, Fla. Pastor-C. A. Crosby:
; \ with Mr. Mamie Futch. Mr. Are Announc tces. In general the program! CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Flax Howard; Zephaniah Sunday Scnuul 10 A. M.
: individual Lane, reporter. Sunday School, 10.. m.
and Mrs Son Alford' of M eclwnny Is open to any or I Preaching 11 A. M.
'87: Wa dlakCBaNM visitors of the group operating farm In Greater Allen Chapel AME Morning Worship 11 a. m
were The 1984-65 Cropland Con- Training Union 7.30: P. M.
iBaa..aaaaaaaaaaaa..a*. '*c"k. I version Program Win operate the test counties which has SCHOOL NEWS Friday, Nov. 6, at 8:30; p. m, Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson Evangelistic Service 7 p. m Preaching- 8.30: P M.
Airs' Paul Dinklna' and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gasklns, in. ticBl nated. test WT* in been under the same owner A btnffflt. dance will be I Sunday beginning! at 2:30 Pom pastor. Services will begin Everyone Invited to attend.-I Prayer meeting Wednesday
:u Flanagan, attended' !the Put. ,Mrs. C.. I* HHUaid and JtuonHllUard total of 101 count Vs in '34 hip for' the. last two .years given Saturday, ''rilwht, Kov. Youth will ba on ParadeIn Sunday with Sunday schoolat X. J. Robinson Sr.. pastor. light 7PM.,
Dam County Fair f in palatka visited Claude Mil 1968 and 1B64. program with of 10 with Miss Fannlg Bell
States, according. to la recent :21, at Kelly's Night: Limit in a youth
Monday and assisted. in judging liard In the V. A. Hospital in announcement by trie''Secre Eligible farmers' who take Cawtey: given by the Band I 1 various churches In the com- Frazier in charge. Morning ....
the" wxhlMVs. 'St. Petersburg during the tary of Ajfrtculture. Designated part may receive adjustment Boonter. Club far the Ban:!. munie!!:, and out of 'town' participants services at II, Love Feast,
p :Mr. nd Mrs. Bryant Hicks week. counties Florida are payments, cost-sharing- Tickets are on sale and may will share In the Evening service 8 p- m. Holy ;
'. ....>and Mr. and, Mrs. Richard Waiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray O-llchrlat and Suwaaitee. ments and< technical 'suwktanc I be" purchased from any member -' activity. The Starlight: Gospel Communion. All members and Avory C, Slade Plumbing
HiolM of Plant City -werevisiting Rosier on Tuesday "Were Mr. First conducted on a trial lnlt'partI or all of of.''the Club in Btarke,) Singers will appear at 8 with friends are Invited to attend ,
Mrs. V. R. Reddish and Mrs Britt Rosier of basin In 1963 the protcrajn' is r their eligible acreage. Then, amount and-Lawteyi/ Bradford County Resident For'10 Years
-','.end other',relatives over the Green Cove Springs. Mr Rosier detrigned to Improve family 'of assistance will 'ba CHCRClr NEWS I r
..-weekend.r Is recovering from serious (farm Income by helping baaed on such factors as land Pleaaant Orove Methodist q d HAS GONE OUT ON A LIMB
*" Miss'' Elizabeth'' Terry spent Illness farmers' l'Ol1VmlI.nd\ now being productivity ,and.value.and Chul"lJb-There) will be a playat i At4.9 Spanish Moss! TO GIVE THE BEST SERVICE
the'east ten !!laY!' vIi Uag[ Mr+. Mr8IId Mrs. F.'U"Roberts used for the production the use to which the land' Is Pleasant Orove Methodist:

,: C. "E.. JSttrlcltland In Oalneafille. of Jacksonville spent the of row crops and small being,converted. Chnreh-on November 13. entitled : 3-Piece Colored
Mr .. John and Mrs. Under the. 1063T: Cropland $25
weekend
and Mrs p.Wyrlek. with Mr. grains '- which are In ur- '""'Ood's. One Acre" The ,
,. : 'Tollahasnee' : and :J. ''C.ye and family. On : plua to some other long.ra Conaetwlon program, 'a 'total public la invited to witness BEAUTIFUL BUT Cast-iron Outfit
?. ,,-*i'-_ and_Mra. .Carl, !KlrtslngerFriends'art Sunday'Mr.' and Mrs.: George e' Income-: piodiicfng! ise- of 2.803 farmers ''in ,,31.Btates tltls aclt 1ty. Pastor, Rev' DEADLY!! Installed:
of Cbatta1wooJle. Atkinson of .Jacksonville1 cal- and. 128 counties converte4.atoUI Limited Time Only
"water
such as forests, ifrtos.i Clarence Btfeger; Joan and Let Us Rid Your Trees
: .: pr lUIet!*to'know led oaths Ty...., habitat or of 120,15: acre* of. crop-
storage; wildlife Shirley, rrpdrtera. Of It JpPimtmen'tCall
that M. C.; WauiwrtCht U !improving ::frsiitne-Miner 'spent the Field land to grass trees, water The For
recreationalabilities.! Robertlettes
p ;'in\ n>..'y. A.. HMPU. WI4Iltend! with''Mr.: .and Mrs. administration of the program 'storage' "wildlifetmMtat, 'and Singers of Jacksonville Gospel will Fla. Pest Control Maxville 289-4491
: tal tit Lake City,' Frank Well In Le.burg.aif. ASC State and recreational facilities.This x -r;
la through appear at 'the First Born ;' And Chemical ,Co. After 6:00: P.M.
longtermcropland
Mr: 3o6 W paJl 4tu) ',.,4 : aad Mrs. Sidney Hanson
= 8aught> ftfJUdnattMi, TvxM f participated "In a: taffy pull) County In'announcing Committees the\ program conaervton and upplpn-M'nts Church of The Living: Cod on 5.T) E. Call 9 '.3965

'. )spent a ,/.w,.dey/w9th, ke* ..t,Mfa..Walter Martin's home Secretary Freeman" Mid: Cropland annual diversion of : father Jams. Crawford: ) and .Saturday.: On Sunday Mr. Conservation ProgramIn such as- that. aoltiefad '
nlMm./ Hansen Xrtted their through 6 th ufeed*gr lnc and I'
: family. __ an Integral part of the ad-
Recent\ ?visitor of Mr., sntI nines! ,and :Mrs. II. a.Walnwrljrbt 'Eves Mrs. Jeneth Prater, 'in .Ar crease Income levels in rural mutely 37.3 million acres in
Mr. and Mrs W. 'W.' O'lfard lington. Other members of the areas. Converting land from 1964. I
i of Port Me,d. Martin faintly joined a family Kho, production of drops, '
:Mr and Mrn RaJptt! ) Wfa( gathering.' and picnic din that. are not now needed will THE RIGHT POINT for the 61
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and 'son* accompanied Mr. her bream+ farm Income t by "prey you write. Cone In and ,

Whe'a't. father.to ills home. in. ,,Cbnrrh. ;'Activities" hdvlna to "'ktrantrtnen farm krlwt Sour: favorite fcSTFTl! ( )
Opp. Ala. Sunday. Brace( ;:Methodist: Church, prices and by helpl'V the Na- BROOK Fountain- Ten. TELE-I (1)
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:Mrs JoluuBrown! : Is"requp-! School 0:451: Lmq; Worship 11 tion's fanners 'Ito develop r.KAPII. t .
: erattng at home after several Lmt; ttvenlng service 7:30: p.i iJIJ. more profitable uses for the J

... days In Bradford'County. Hos-, Prayer Circle Monday 9 hind\ resoutves In rural i1.f
: ptal. with lurtsy. *.m., MT Wednesday 8 p.m. areas*' ROSE SALE ;a r r i 4.,4 r .
.. Mr..'and ':Mr*. Qrady '8"n-1 MemBers of"WSCS observed Emery Williams, chairman: ,; 1ifif .1i.! ...... fS .. "l '
: nett and,family 'Of J&l k.eonI I Prayer, and Self Denial Day Agricultural Stabilization and, I ;9'4
'. ville .p nt Sunday with the Saturday at the Church:! witha Conservation etata Commit
Leo. Dyai family, program an4 quiet time." tee. points out that the 'ds I GET ONE ROSEBUSH
S Mr.''' and '),11'''. 'Jack' Walnwrljrhi First Baptist: Sunday ii I t
I of Weycreaa'pa; were School 10 a-m., Worship 11 a. selected to provide broad I 5 LH. BAG OF GRO. Tornadoes FernandifiG
b visiting Mr. and Mr. .:T. I.Walnwrlght tn.. Training Union. 4:30: p.m.Rvenlng CTOM-sectlori' of experience TONE; ROSE. vs.
Sunday, Mr. A1S service 7:30: phi., with different types< fee Langford of Lake Butler WMU. YW A'., RS's, GA.',., )and, and crops, varying; 'In-
: was overnightguesta. during and 'Sunbeams all meet first I comer levels and different Both
Uie. week. and third Thursday at 7:30: p. types of land-Una ..adjustment $1.89
,: Mr.; and Mrs., Shntt' Stroa m. I ovportunitlea.! Variation of i, For Friday Nov. 6 8:00' P. M"
bf 'Ze byrhW.. and Mr. and thn pronram will be tried in Only : l
MM. .Donald Mall and. children seven! counties. In an effort to I ,
: .of Burke trUUed> MK: and IlElt.BRONN'IIAI'TIST CHURCH determine Us potential. Open- FLOWER BULBS,

: ''Mr. Ed ,)/CAyt.n4,, tamUyMMMrr.'nd Ing and closing signup! dates Pkg. 79c BRADFORD HIGH STADIUM\
.. flutufey Bohool 10 a. m, for the program'wlll' be announced .
:Mr*, Robert Cart- Morning Worship. 11 a. m by> the ASC County I 'IDEAL BED' MIX .. .. .... .
S ton of Jacksonville were) vUJZltlna Training Union 7 I p.m. Evening Committees, I t\ .
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: ; the Frank Croc family Worship. 8 pin. Prayer Flve-y ar airremnvnts with I >>1. ;AH Ticket* At Gate $1.50 Student Activity Card Good For All Home Games. All Children
-and Mr.' and''Mr*. .V..I. Star Meeting. Wednesdays 7:30: p.m eligible farmers In the designated 10 Ibs 98c .
: ,:...ling. daring Uie\ yreek.MlM'Catherine. ..M. Rev. Cnari 3 -', Cruco .is at participate wUl to* baaed on Fla. Pest Control I
'. w::TEbme'; UOttlvtrat'' ,'cia,*' In TI'E',mGIIT POINT for the farm conservation plkns developed -I Chemical Co. .. . .
;. Bradford County Hospital war you write. Com In and I In cooperation with And 'See ,The Big Half-Time Show!
I Sag:' E. Call 801-3965
'. where ahex! underwent a ton- e rloct your favorite KSTER-: local HU1 conservation' dU5e.TgS I I II Iit II
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GAINESVILLEMayflower:
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Factory Trained Mechanic, and D ar*fcllHyApcrUl Ii ; Inc.
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441 N. Past atodt Yard 10 Po prr.
I. 1211 N. MAIN r BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE I
O..Ue. m-uit Conditioning.. lIutlnsr"RqSS' Asphalt TUe 8l&rU at .3o per PAINT a m..As.1 .

Til OUaeevltt.J7 Sept. : '13 '- Macclenny 0 Starke 21 Oct. 23 I Palatka 0 Starke 0'Oct,30

\ ,. JEEP SHEET 111 N. Main J1 Liddell Paint & Sept.\ 25 Santa Fe 0 Slar'ke: 7 'Live Oak 3Femandina Starke 26 t\

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: Amedc&Y7SAm Boonomy'OarRidffway U-1q PAINTS Oct. 9 Bishop Kenny G Starke 32 Nov. 13 .. Laks City .

I sal. end ,leertr i !. Air CwMllU.Uacdliret Gtaw Mlmre Eliding noon': Oct..16 Open tVov.! 20 Green: Cove Home
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rT Tt.JI I OeO dilU'Trades) Plating Inc., GOTERWILLEGAR TOU.'lAOO
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Mrs. Don Hill Mrs. Billy'| (Tram and circle chairman; to remove the bullet from Tils I tdgbt in Live Oak Ricky Taylor spent the of Jackvonvtlle to their new i errs sugar '. cup Uiaued.i THE RIGHT POINT for the
Bceedcn. Mrs Felix Sullivan | Mrs Milton Mosher, steward- upper chest, and was recupcr- Mrs. Morris Starling and weekend t in JacksonviUe.Mr I home in Clay Hill. He and i ,<*n strawbcrrht Bent un 'f way you write. Come In and
HAMPTONBy I Mr. Harden Carlton Meng, ohlp and prayer chairman: sting rapidly. I daughter attended the Halloween *. Susie Sherman of Mrs Dixon "attended churchIn Ill Unlit and fluffy Spread I[; stleel your favorite ESTEIt-!
., Billy, !:Men, Mrs. Edward Saxon I Mrs. :Horaco Dyal. community I|I Miss Jessie May Brannen Caml\al In starke Lawtegn has moved to Clay I Jnrksonvlll Sunday After on cooled cake. !!i ,.BROOK Fountain Pea TELE
'lUn. D. E. Hill Mrs. E. L- flirt :Mrs. EmI I. missions! ; Mrs. !Mamie Waad.Children's of Bartow spent last weekend Thursday afternoon HUt I church they visited Mrs : I Ii t.
Phone .4C8-1160 est Trlest. Mrs. Jeff Baker. I Home.-tars. Charles|[ here::''wit hher \brother R. .A. I Frank: Hlnes of Branford Mr. and Mrs Lester Austinof Dlxon' cousin\ i| FIRST P11 ESIV: IEH1: \N
.. .._......&......AA.PTA Chester Searle served as I| Hicks was named DNA 'di Brennen.Mrs. wa visiting hU son-in-law Middleburg 'have moved to :' RECIPE: FOR Till: WEEK: CHVRCH '
CARNIVAL? ''BRINGS master of ceremonies; Mrs rector; Ms. Dyal. OA 'dlreo :j i Jessie Chastain, and and'dauKhter, Mr. and Mrs. Highland JStra-wbenry Cake: 1 Package II. Wallait tJrady, >tli.>lxtrr FARM
: Linda Hildebran. school secretary tor. and Intermediate OA ;i, her sister, Mrs. Douglas of I B. T. Thomas last week. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Mos- | > tl Ib., 2 oal. while cuk
CROWD $530 COLLECTEDHamptbn'a \ sold tickets. Checkerboard I' counselor, assisted to/1 Mrs. i)i I High Springs spent the week: Mr and !Mrs Clyde Odom ley and family of Jackson mix one 3 en. p.tcka strow- :' Schedule: for week of Nov \ LOANS
PTA Carnival donated all the chickens Vernon Forsyth! : Mrs. Poster did lust week with their slst i i of Branford were visiting vllle were! visiting in Clay lUll ,'bear=, flavored gelatin 1 cup ':, 8:
lost 'week) was termed a big I for the chicken suppers, Hayes. Junior OA Counselor, ter who Is hospitalized at Mt. their son-iii-Uw and dauxhI 1 i last Sunday. j oil Mix well Add .4 eggs one ;, Aund'q" Sunday School *
success-with more than $300 and Dell's fryers of Gainesville assisted by Mrs. Lawton i;: Dora. On Monday th',. drove I rer. Mn and Mrs J W Star- 1 TVrry Mosloy of Highland < at a time Beat well after i 0:4:1I: : nl' Morning: Wmnhlp I Timber
collected, and 'an estimated cleaned the fryers for Young-blood; MMPaul Gates. I to Palm Beach to visit another | Unit .and son Friday 'spent' Friday nl ht with hUgrandparents I each mlilltion. Add: '. cupthawed i 111 m. Youth Ft-UowMiip" Dairy Farmi
profit of $400. Large crowds PTA Charlie Johns do- director and Be- Mrs. Morris and'', 8-30 pm. Junlttr Choir A'+:3 .
the Sunbeam I i Sister Mrs. Ch.txeyMrs. 1 I Starling: at Cly Hill ftxincn ulrawherrtesMix Ranehesfartlime
tinned out for the supper. nated i Ice and parents and ginner Sunbeam counselor: OI>o Williams. and daughter were visiting her Harry Padrctt la a patient ", .n. Turn into a 9 I Inrh I pm. Rvenlng: Worship 7 pmI &
and for all attractions. Including PTA members cave fooj for' Mrs Ranee Jones, primary.Mrs' Howell Williams anddaughter I patents Mr. and Mrs.VU- i In the Ed FfMsler Hospital InMseclenny. ; tIthe J pan. which hAlt been I Monday -&' lon Mi ttnir Genera:
a large follcmlng for the suppers and materials i I Sunbeam counselor: Mrs. J I I 'WPrIt Tuoday evenIng TJam Tyre, In Lake City \ H# fell off his j' greased and floured Biike inn ,7:30: pot.Ttn'54Y. Fafln.t
BOMI the clown, as hetook used for the country store. ] A Williams and Mrs. Frank'I i: supper guests of Mr. and I I would like to mike some tractor last week and lnlut'adt 350 degi-ec oven for I hour I I Circles) 3 and 3 lr.ig terms tlG.nalty,
part in the va-laiu Barnes, Teachers of the various( Clark. Sunbeam nursery. !i I Mrs. Leo Wiggins In Jacksonville I corrrclloru on n\, column last :!i his back I I Ii and IS\ minute Cool thoroughly meet 10 a m. Circle!I 1 meets, : : on pra-pityment
and presented: hi) at around rooms at Hampton Elementary Baptist Set Revival I'j'l : and spent the evening i, week. Miss Sharon Cain of I i I Mr. and Mrs Horace! / then front with straw- 8 pm-
the school ground School, who worked no!, I For November 15-12: I' at the Jncksonvllle Fair. Gainesville ws vtdting Miss ,,, Whltehead of Ma&vllle\ and,j jI berry luliw.fu.awbmy. W dl1l."II Th "ITt :i\i tfrniimtic team only In planning and prepar- Hampton; Baptist Church: Mr. and-.Mrs. Marvin WIIi Dl".me' Starling last Sunday ,i iMi.I laisnabeth!: Crews of| Icing: Work : TrMxlnir/ Moc-tlng: 7pm .\ ASSOCIATION
from'' tii3 UnlVt....1ty of FlorIda : Inz for the carnival booths has scheduled{ a revival for i llama! are having an addition afternoon. And the Bookmobile i!! Baldwin wer' dinner vuosl of with a SIMKIU until soft, '. Thursday -- Choir Pino- of GAINKSVIM.E:
also dr?w the crowd far but also: worked. throughoutthe : November 15-22, with Rev, built to their frame home on '! win. be here November <', Mr. and Mrs. Hardy PudKcUj I cup butter or, mnrgnrln ,, lice 7'30 pin. \
their act Principal] Richard: evening in Various capacities Nathan Modllng of Jacksonvfcle ( P.ortM'f'nue.. Avory 'iSladeof Instead>of the Oth., at loin and rnlly..lrtst Sunday, Oradunlly add. blending lII*n. <(316<: 8.\'. 13th $t.
Jocfci-l: was dunked IS timesat are Mrs Sandra spooner as evangelist The Chl.U'd'j;(': :'Maxvllln Is doing the con- Tom Ltfe wei"s house. II I XldrldM: Austin and Wilbur 1 package II lb.1 conCertUui- In IJm Oi I"Uii
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the \
pnpulir booth where Mrs. Joan Nabors. :Mrs. Is conducting! a' I aftrul"tlon wake: Mrs. Jessie Hall 'JK! son of Pad 'rtt of Clay Hill tteiHxl t I the 'tf'U'OR.\rn. --
a wcll-almed'tliot":\' dropped Nancy Harden Mrs. Wanda I I School "Crown Him Xlna" peorgv flirt. has returned to I Htmpton'were ,visiting. her the fair In .jKcknonvUlw &last' --
him t Into a tank of water John and Mrs. Maureen! Paul. ,1, campaign during ,November Hampton early after aevrmlwenfcs'svncntlon brothers and sister-in-lanv j i Tuesday night. I I. It
Mrs. Rodney Hail! served> as AU concerned: : with, the: ca..- i I i pushing for growth I hn .attendance trip: to Colo- Mr. and Mrs. Carl, -Jones, I i iTiied | Mr. and Mr*. Eufftne Eunice
chairman of 'all events. other nlval expressed! their appreciation : in all classes The revival redo Wyoming Montana, y. are wndlnir a work" lit';
than the supper. to the community and the last week of the! and Ihf' ''nakotBlI. He made the Mr. and Mrs Wiley Lan...- Qainmivlllo wilt Mr. and Mi I ,w\,.
Chicken box suppers took the parents who cooperated in I I Sunday School cftmpd/ICn will trip with others who h4 been ford of CVi!lues villa were vl lt. Eugene Cuvanrt.Mi ,
In $193. a large portion of the making it a success. I 1 climax sevHTsl ef'IUI'' em-'I TTint1"gnd camping In thai Ing Mr, and JoIn Carl Jones'I, \ Polly Ptvvatt and f. .,... ,
total', $532.75 taken In 'Airing Earlier this fall at the first phasls on visiting and enroM-. area other y ars. and the Ivslle Jones, and Albert rUunhter/ of Ivwley visited':
Thursday evening' festivities PTA me L1n. the group I I iw nt In tlW church accord- Croup&bot's.,... deer ThnrnAJ recently ,j.Mr. Mr- and Mra. Haply\ J'l\dlllttt I II 13 SURE ,
A folk-stngthg trio from voted to give 1 the school: : half: I i, lru to the Rev. Paul ti. bales, CPO and Mr*. EarL Shaw and Mr. Curl Bixjuirh- i and Iiunilv. lAst Friday"- night, Yo ,
BHS. Jimmy Lawson Mickey the proceeds; from the pastor. j' arrived here last wc. \ from ton bad their son and dAiuth- !! Mr. and Mrs Homer Padgett !
.
Dsnsby and: Hal Lawsoiv entertained 'val for purchase of (dlrn-I HALLOWEEN: PARTY I California 11114. visited with teMn-law, Mr and Mrs. Bobby and family vlklled! ; sjoullHove s
: several times, during tional materials for Wondy and Dabble Ill were' her 'mother, MM A. tDrn( Biounhton of Oalnesvlllr friends In Jacksonville Saturday 1 Fop eatepVahloblo 1
the evening, while customers school:: : workbooks: htwti'ases for a Hallowe'en t Yifamn before OMnr to Bruns- to visit town Sunday ,I
participated itthe well as half the money on I costume party -at the H1U wick, 0.. Mrs.>.haw tDen returned MlsKi Judy. and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Robert ltatIty. -
various booths: Th costumes hand in the PTA treasury at hone last. Friday' evening. ,here far a longer stay Frauds\ Brouiihtun attend" Jr. and family of Doc
were* Judged by Bozo the that thne. Further uj of the Games and decorations followed | with Uw D.-nninons. 'Vhlle he the Jflcksoiivlll<< Fair Last tor's InletUlUr. >1 Mr. and I
clown. with Paul Brown. school: funds\ earned at the l the' Halloween theme j I attends"a Navy .school atI Thursday morning. MrsPadgett lAst Sunday
decked out a.a a "lady'" win em-nival are to be decided on including a scavenger hunt I Newport R. I> John (*ft'wr. of Jacksonville Mr. and '''''1'1. n F. Jackson
nlng first prize. Other cos- later- I Refreshments. 6f candy, cook- Mrs. 'J. A. Minican and Mr visited his brother and and mother of Jsckaonvlue: ,.
turo prize winners' names TENT REVIVAL tea, cupcalus and punch were:' and Mrs KeltlPorter of slstac-fivlaw, Mr- and Mr*. have moved to their. homo by
were unavailable. HERE: 'TWOVEEK I' served to thr 30 present! during ;, Columbia S. C. Rvnl Mondayof Tom Lrfevers, Last week Ui. Lone. Branch Churrh.W .
Cobb and kitchen: workers Services began Monday the evening. last-week with their aunt Mr. and Mr. W. B. Starling welcome' thr-m to our
under/ the supervision of Mrs- evening at a revival tent In 1: PERSONAL.* Mrs. T. ''F. Braan O and daughter spent Saturday community. '.
L O. Johns; chatiman of the Hampton, with the Rev. Willis 1 BItS band students making Mr. and Mr. E. L. Brown In 8tark with her parents air and Mr. Bobby Padalt -
upper, were Mrs. Paul Meng. Enellsh of Gainesville. as I the Uv Oak-Tabrotl>er-n.aw.| | and grandmother. Mr "n Mrs: Lawton Youngblood. evangelist. The meeting is KnUht. Ronnie Blrt. Ronnie Al Comer In the.. University and Mrs. J. ]IL %Vells. Mr. E. vlllo visited Mr- Irene. lOW' .. make :a t duplicate list of your stock
Mrs. Markle! Norman Mrs. scheduled for twob.,, Dyal. David Lasseter. and JtfodlcM'Center'In{ A Winkler, and Mrs George well )last Wednesday and certificates bonds doed insuranco
C. R. Cox. JJTS- Milton Mosh- nightly Monday through Fri Barbara Johnson from Hampton Wednesdny.atr Sheppard of Gainesville. Thursday. ,
erA MrsD.. H.'Crawlord. Mrs. day at 730; p. m. ,I Miss 'arbara Wasters of I Mrs, George OnffU and policies and other valuable papers. Then
Rance Jones. Mrs. Pouter The 'series 'of meetings h i Phdlls; Meng and Alatyu I Fairbanks* Franklin underwent O'Hteen of Starke iirnk, Friday night children **4 ,11'1. Polly Orlf. placo thorn (and ono copy of the Hit) In nn
Hayes Mrs. Carl Brown, Mrs. sponsored by a nondenominational Cooper of Hampton took t part Bradford nurjrery.at with! -Miss. Wane" Starling! fps of Long Brunch < visited economical safo deposit box hero.'. .
Jeff'Baker. L> O. Johns did group, "Forward: withChrist I I in the winning 4-H hone!i'In: on County Tuesday 10000lta1etiU'lr i Mr and Mrs. Bobby Mr. Irene Paduelt last where they'll bo safe from fire, theft
the'chlckeo"frytnlf: and in I JudsInK team1' in Tallahassee sUnt ', rent of Tampa are upending i Thursday Mrs. CKn.r.* OrlffU ,
: with headquarters I week, Hkt: was able. to return and !
Rance Jones assisted Student TaL'uIiaw' Thin organization S.t.-.v. the week on their farm in,, and chlldrvn. attended<< the flood misplacement prying eyes
home! later In th* week.
workers for the supper were is composed of ministers of I Mr and Mrs. Frank Brown I J. A. Williams' dffnnllnh-' Graham.IAaaaaaaaaaasaaalAaaAj. I I 11I"l1mree" party *( the Clay
Rita Meng, Arbutus Prumall, last Bill ,Hetiool.t Rent Sofa / DOlt //ivr I
various denominations. Rev. I, of Winter Haven spent mr a ronpU of stora'buIldings your Deposit today
Debbie Hawkins and Darlene English said for the purposeof j weekend her with Ma" mother.j on>1ii< property on111"" I t I and Mr Edwin pad
Norman. evanll' -IL'V11.' Special ting- :, Mrs. T. P. Brown. main street, and building a ), gotli, of Lawtey. spent tlM dAy
Working In the }I10tdoR and log< U planned for the meetings Visitors of the M. M 1I newer, move compact: building j CLAY: HILL wilts Hubert Pdgtt uncIAi f
cold drink stand outside were each" nlsrht.WMtr I I Matchetts last week were Mr. I farther buck for Mars**" RTT>" .! Emory. TVrrJithw ef jMksonIU FLORIDA.BAMK
Mrs. Footer' Ha.*.., Vtrittnl, NAMES 19113-( .. and Mrs. Drrrlck Wheeler all Williams. has bun aMlstIng .- llr Mr*. Reward Padertl.vmn.vrv.v.vvvvvns ." visited Buddy. Wilkinson
Brown and Vivian McCulJoush. < Workers in the booth Mrs. George Ksnn fl was Wheeler are cousins of Mrs Att ncll n.'. and attractions included Mrs- fleeted. president" of the { Matchett.:\ Baptist WMU Th clay Hill lUptltt If you harp any new ot In. i *,, At S TAR K E
Irvlnjr Young Mrs. Dan Hampton Baptist WMU for i "'-'tIe1ulley.: 8-yntr-okl-,| meetin..t New River Baptist Church had an UetvUne* of j tat st. ur (h>uiMM; that you : .
Loper Mrs Mary Alice Hall, the new! church year, at the | on of Mr. and Mrt. L V.1! church ,on Ttnmctay last 74 In Sunday Be hoot. Hop* would Uk. to read In t1i,e Clay.
Mrs. Francis' Meng. Mrs. WMU meeting at the church) Bradley, was taken to Brad-'t week were Mm. Charl.a'Hlcka \\a do belter next Sunday W, lull New please rail 3IWTSw Ono of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
James Davis Mrs. Donald'I last wrek. ford County IlonpiUl Wednesday ana 4a4lwnt, Mr. -Paul j ill,I were toad to have Mr, and 6117.
Blade, Ernest Trlest. Mr. Hall. Other officers elected include l last week, after bring Pats 'and dMt ttt t.r, Mrs Mr: nirrisrd Mn' ley 'and community welcontss' Member Federal) Deposit Inuranc Corp.
Mrs. Carl Brown Mrs. Carl Mrs. Don Hill, secre shot whn rte children>U+a I Foster Hsyr aJI4 ann. Mrs. ,, family with us Sunday night Ur, >and Mr*. Julian IhonI
EUand! Mrs Norman, Mrs. tary-treasurers Mrs. C. W. a pistol l! down from atop .. Don Kin. ; End Mr. Mme,:' from Highland Baptist I
Vertla Hawkins Mrs. Lopr 'fltade. mission study chair- ,cabinet at the Bradley home Mead Chnreh.

man; Mrs. E. I* Bert pro-: Ue underwent surgery .Friday i Wilson Johns, son of Mr. 1I.ULOWF.EN: PARTY
-( and Mrs L. O Johns suf The Clay% fun PTA gave a
a broken arm last week Halloween! party. for the
r I Ifertrd Nyin. aIn their 'Jera.I eelwoI.fplldrn./ Joan Hrookt
q-- 'ltampten. and 8_rb era Ann MooJry wont I Ir
e prtHM fee the cotturiM

.t' rYyyy..... ..rvtlvrel [I most like Halloween. The boy 'Chevrol
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ml ,r a A Mr. aiHt Mr. Joseph llrnry" I... \ n'IJ' '
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W. lan ff at Vt.tvlU' announce I r
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I AAAaAaaaAa'aiaa'aaaiaa. County. llncplul
I, p.a1'lu' Mrs LiDo....,. U'" the '_'JC'I'/
The Ann ........1Ie m Clay IUU
'Graham Baptist .Anl'N.uII
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Church Sunday Bnrtool' claw. Ivew
hid a ll.hlewert, party, ih. Ifr, 'andlr. Hiram C
bonito of foes BaJMV ntUtli M.a4IdoIr Of J rk. nvlll" an. '
last Saturday nl *1t. T. rw..... the .n.a.-"a.( ,
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rhea ( 'wl '+ ."...... etI JDr d tVMIAiwtlisme 1 j I their d U t t>tMr. Olorla ""R.If'.O |
2 t 0nfF hors-, .wiII' 'Oea bbug .ad i Jowvti ,lUMy. Harris. '... :'
F __ __ *. PrUrs' wary awarded of lir, end Mr X. II. liar.1'j jrU'
U) p>. wtnprr. ,.A's.- th.,,' of JacMontnK: fonoertv i it'
gam*. th+ '''gi_c _a, on pat!t' of MttA/TH. wedding will" ,
o / hsyfid.r ..nt.g'.e"Wretswsa.sec. .. 1".1111'MW.' t>'mmb ee' 2t In v llrrll.Irlrlf't
,4 Mrs K. O. Grlflla., loin.1 I(I Itw Lan A.... 1k&4W'
Tern Lf__. lire JvMwG Chore mm a. d4 t.ar. Rmhh. of flio coypl, .". tntii/ .4 .ftaHrmt
Mlle Diane A artln. was Mr, H.rrto .U th
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t.hto'.a' a'prtrTue.lhi I I crarvteoa .f fir., ami Mrs. : 't
i. )6' ; .day for 9Th bf 'betrknde 1 Ifanfr F dgtt of Clay list I i U
of ti t I ,, I It tilakNp
r. + rt,.... U ntloled DCATtl ?
,.art**. ant wfnurr* wr ''awarred I 1- 1rU" ..... (vies$ ,leers !
. "r .. preset I or tIw d.laaf: 'sae e.sagryslrgAht
A l+fr.b.s4 Mrs. ... T, beeb.war. raolsn6. 'K. C La"LArp.lw.d .-
r, 'rc + A t 14 b4514 $4 a.wrtn-" carat .s._ la Ot* cur
.& UM YMM. of 14r and Mia Memaet 1"N'-aelal tn ()...,.1taw.
I JuM UcJCJnnry 1MI& llrlaw. RprMas'' 1oII.c"1"r1It." rf
dst ...,., Ttietety1Wer1liset. f ........, 7Aur..s...... Vt
wr *.*".>* I, hats t I..ml....'sa III' 'Q; >1r''lanrsset.lI workpower"tvolhs"
eeo..khra: CMmnnw wr. wfsywI I -. 11ft! aasab.e. "pestsf ,
N'\Itt u",. ilo C.. ..41"1..4 ,t vet .& -ttt'a.. oftt
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...wn elda.e M. law ..... I It U A..*... ., Ja.lsirui.
J Itl y. hews *lata n rrq it ,.w4 be+M9 tail ''fWvl.y a right over bumps and trouble
I pith M .,... r' '. ,pose. e.,. 1. t aw.h.la C..rMry 1wwrs ...
a lions 'CW'.s;..., ... is 9Mtn to nrvy" Ali '
no. .one's left out at bath time .., er.M' -- ssw.t. 'm w c:... Ilia.. Imfepe xlent. 'front f 8fpnsfon take* the "truck" out of
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r ELECTING -:9';ber'wog.'RM.'rn4... .....,....TIIII:... e.w.C I.i.a lad we boa. tunn u .*> true ride:; It wwooUw rOt h'roads, protects truck, driver,

,?;//, a ).La..??:,,'? WATER HEATER --.a 11 5. Ors3s. le.iladns lMd. >fln.. MM at tIM, CtV'Nn and. largo from excessive Jotting. And on Chevrolet pickups .
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Sir HU w wo4e1. as foss spew ---. pl. +t4JoI"etie4ot1 __s ..... "? .. ..... to easdaDy V|. wesGA. kM.. ....... I. It's a proved system with m& lone of miles of user.experience

'IM ..see. f I IIt y I f..d. t.i.w eels iwdwar
744 861 .ae,.,y .# two &a.4 .. .....drro&. behind, f it Try it out on once? Chevrolet's creat Heetslde or .
Now cheaper than *v r to ( Itasraralww
., Rlrv>y 1trwllw. .... '
CO ALL-ELECTRIC : : IxL4: la a seaa..t laC Nat.r +< i.I I''''",. I.uaWt.e..t thiss. t Stept&5 pkhiips. Tftone the big reasons that Chevrolet .

_*_ 1, .w a Y nnatww ? eyt.satM- .,.'na e.ss eo-.tA j I.arr pits+...{I. .n.taereM'.....M... .61.1'/a Iea.r.laV4 tTM t tI. Is first choke 'vtith pIckup users from coast to coast
titali asrattpa...... ,
P J faelwrTxo1L0 trees Mwttkbra* 1Ms. ..
A I- M o...' O.ghef.lala I I fw T-"IJOII. your Cvre C deals about ."y typ of truck
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4 e'w rrts ag A+v car. 5514 l-"r 4 a.. Itlta l OMBI &.
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vi.an8 air se Maw asel.a.Wlelie
'". XI'<< Metal.. Ds7. lehM'. '
it 1.y 1le. wee w.- l .1 .w.... '" ., +sia.res' eft' +I...sl+ass.Qe.v r ,
.. .. ....... lour ri.y fit osrar.l0.sw ....... rass ..,.., 1.Jerawwd' I GATEWAY CHEVROLET Inc.I'

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FLORID POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY "*"L it..s. Dame Ber.gad -M leOI' -'........... t

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BRADFORD cotwrr Tici.KonApn. STARKK. n-onm TJ RSDAY. NOV. 5. 1984
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Takes More Than A Chair
t rrn. :na : :- :r R: xnr..r:::en r r ,


I' To Make A Man A Barber F



MsVe possession of a bar. I SALE
would appreciate your
we
1Ier'-chair docs'; not make a
nominations In order for the
mutt?,: :a barber, County JudgeT. committee to make its decision.
A. Yawn ruled In plea day .

proceedings: ; here last week. ,. '
Clinton Hill Jr., local Negto se

.: pleaded, guilty to thecharge ...................... ..
of bartering withouta
license! but when Judge 5 There's a Harvest:t of Best Brands on Sale now at your friendly Winn-Dixie. You'll save more 11F 1 I

Yawn heard the complaining Bayless Hiway r 1 during the Big $1. Sole on Thrifty Maid and Astor Canned Goods. You'll save on the freshest ;!. ::3

witness W P. Wilson/ Inspector :;% C meat and produce. Friendly( service too. ai' i irw.
"for the State Barber Com Ily Mm. O. E. Crosby _, \ t i:! : ? :?;?:::..
.. FpODSTORES a1.
minution, he eat the plea aside. IAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAeaAAa : !! I
Wilson mild he saw Hillcutting NOBODY Saves You More Than W1NNT-DIXIE i
ii"ii!: ? ? :salni'i : :hrnnF:
l Mr. and, Mrs Lavon Crosby : : : : ::
hair in his home. Hill JiiiiiiiUiiiiliiiJiiiiii:1": : ilH1iiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiHiiiiUilmiilm..iiI: ..
claimed he was just cutting and children of Brunowlclc: QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 1THWINN
Oa. were weekend guests of .
his brother's hair but, Wilson -Dnl/.TOltee 'INC. COPVmOHT'- I e4
.
hilt parents Mr. and Mrs L. --
.ttl of
ACrosby. Sunday guests
on the"fJoor. indicating "
the Crofibyi were their children
: he had worked on others.
of Jackaonvllle Mr. and
'
Judge Yawn "The'
said
Interested in Mra. Fred Broad.T: and rcg.. 29< Thrifty Mold Hlvi. YC REGULAR 29* THRIFTY MAID SLICED Y. C.
court \\f not your
conclusions. Just give u. the children of Jacksonville Mr Peaches 4Si$1.s
and Mra. Neale Brounscan of:
facts/ and let the court de- Peaches 4Na.ans2s $1 1.
Jacksonville and Mr. and
.
: Reg. 2/334 Thrifty MaId Gold WK
cllfe.Wtl8on Mrs. James V. Crosby and .
said ., he had abnjber's 303 $1 REGULAR .
son of Stark Corn 8 23f ASTOR FRUIT
/ chair right there in Cans .
Mr. and Mm. J, M. Dyer
big: home." But Judge Yawn
ruled that mere possession of were dinner guests of Mr. and U. S. CHOICE LAMBLeg Thrifty Mold Green Cocktail 5 ; 1.
Mrs. RRl;mond Brown In Limas s
th :'chalr was not agalnat.the 6 Cans $1.Req.
Worthington eprlngs.Mr. .
tEGULAR .
1 law" 43* THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT
and Mrs. Fred Chitty
of Bunnell spent Sunday with LB 69u. ; 2/35 Thrifty Mold Alaska No 2Jf2 '

Bradford Farming her Wlllard! parents Browning.Mr. Mr.. and Mrs. 3sv Peas 8 Cans$1. Pears . 3 Cons 1 1.


and Mrs. C. C. Cronby S. CHOICE LOIN LAMBChops Reg. 29( Thrifty Mold Plnei-Gr'fr. tEGULAR 2/35 THRIFTY MAID APPLESauce
::AS.1 spent several days lout week

with their granddaughter and Drink 44&:,$1.. 8 Gals $1

-.1:'- Flake grandson and Mr.new and baby.Mrs Lee LB. 98 Reg. 27f Thrifty Mold Appl. . .

1.e 1. Miss Anna Mae Browning Juice 53%$ IEGULAR 2/29 THRIFTY MAID
'SEEJT returned home after spending .

several weeks with her 29 Maid TomoM1' Cut Beets 10 ; 1.
U. S. CHOICE RIB LAMBChops Reg. < Thrifty .
brothea-ln-law and later, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred.Chlttjr of Dun Juice 4462.51.Reg. 1.
A_ nell. tEGULAR 2/37 THRIFTY MAID

Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Pod LB 79 23 1 Thrifty Mold Sweet 303 $

Mr.gett and were!Mrs.visiting"' Leslie her parents Waters. Potatoes 5Si$1. Tomatoes 8 Cons 1.1

; Phil Cronkhtta
By In Lake Butler Saturday Reg. 3/39 Thrifty Mold Eva tEGULAR .
U. CHOICE SHOULDER LAMB SLICED FOR p. 2/31* THRIFTY MAID
FARM-CITY' WEEK: has night .
boon proclaimed by''the Prenl- Mr. 'and Mrs. J. M': Dyer Milk 10 s 1.Reo. 1. 10

dent and the Governor of Our were supper guests of'-Rev. Spinach Cans 1 1.
and Mrs. C. A 59' 45* Thrifty Maid Corned
late for the week of November Crosby Friday Chops LB
20-26. There are a great night and they all attendedthe Beef 312.oz.$1' ..- REGULAR 2/35 THRIFTY MAID LARGE
many communities that have revival at HMlbronnChurcJi.

participated In thin'work, andIt Blue Bay Light Meat Chunk Style Swt. Peas 8 '1
has teen an opportunity for Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Tuna 4 "Y2 $1 Cans 1.
bunlnesa men and farmers .to were visiting. their! son and m F Cons .
become better'''acquainted. rfaiiffhter-iri-ln\v Mr:and Mfl.. REGULAR 2/33< THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLE
;
Tlila year a number of Shf'rm1tCrOlJly.\ in .Oilneavll'e f 1 J. Reg. 2/37, Thrifty Mold

things are being: hope planned that andw..Incerely we Mr.' last and:Saturday.Mrs. Atbrrt: Nor. J Catsup 81 Rots.::$11 Golden Corn 8 s;, 1. If

cut follow through with the man and Mra.,Johnnie Non :

majority of them that we men and baby, of,, oalnesvlllewr 7'1.J -
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!hiiV9.noWon, the board. One dinner guests of >\-1r. and r -- --- --

of* the thingthat the.'com- Mrs. O. l E. Crosby last Sun.

mittee has Agreed upon Is the, day.

election of a farm family; of .

''the '''year, and we encourage REGULAR 87* MAXWELL HOUSE ..
.
SOTM'M<< nr I"1TII! >'N'' Trtfl Y. PORK LOIN SLICED INTO '
'Ithe people of Bradford Countyto Ilk/llr'1'Pi1: : .."rl"'IU. It 111i1M'
iI. write their nominations tome Ntt"... I. h..hl' sjl von I h"l I '
59'
the IIhch.'or..oI.l under. the : Chops : Lb.
Office Uox 68, uri .
at fort
yl.lnn. of Chanter Inanl! |..w. Coffee 69 ; 1'Wi
I ftturke. The committee> win of. Vlnrliln', Anin'or 1141, will ,.lI.CAN ,
;
rerbler'will'
the nominees, and they 'h. t'4yk .n t1)
screen
,
And ,
rirouit !
rruirt. In torTfr i| C pkg.49'PILLSBURY
will be presented with an font. Oiniiiijr. fc'i,."ir.in| ,. u4i.li\ r.> eese12, -a=.
award certificate at a banquet/ e.IPt"t.. prune,. .., |\iHUi.Nin\ || REGULAR 77* ASTOR VACUUM PACKED ICE BOXCookies Reg. 49! Dixie Darling Roiilrt
of thin j'1L.'j"U" the riuiiiiAii
rot by the committee name <>r burke. A..I'.loIl1r.t l .nn..
AlMO a Cltlieruhlp Award d.r wlilili I miv rimiiKKU. .in 1 45'REG. Bread MB. Loaf 23Reg.
to family.If bnnlnoei4'' '.! 441 W. UUUun' Mtv, Coffee 59REGULAR Pkg.
wil(:b e given some Mtrk.,."' ,
you will Bond the name of I T. II arid.r "ftr.' H10 K. r.ll 1 L8. CAN 25* PILLSBURY CINNAMCN 39, Dixie' Darling Pound
the person that you feel 1.d..rving Is std 'R1'II". "I.. "nl" dens. Migot'M td1.
.
Daloit lhl Und iUy oftn. Rolls : : 19'SUNNYLAND Cake .cok.29'LARGE
and .
honor
of this Can ,.
h r A. It ltd4.HI Murk, .llncl, 59* BLUE OR WHITE DETERGENT -c
,
If ybu would like you may ford County. Plorld.Idfl. ..
write why you foci. that this _, $ 4, UJII) ) J SPECIALEX.R l1.. FRESH PORK

family!' should be nominated. ROTII'Il T.. 1I1C1"1<1...I. Lb.39'REG.
These. names or nominations !. ..1...... <.<..*., ttmtflaril Arrow 48? r Sausage FIRM HEADS FRESH
tunkstkl. .t .. .t>....... GT. ASTOR FROZEN BABY
mud be received by Novem.ber'fS ( ... No. 11.411 49 1 COPELAND FRESH PORK Lettuce 2 Fo,39'liED
In order for them 40 b* lllxnnl U iilniii, ,I'litlnUrf,
/ Limas 410-oz. $1 I
... Ahmlmni Hnlumun |1..1, ,
39'REG.
Judged.We ant; REGULAR 79* LAUNDRY DETERGENT ; Sausage lb. EATING ALL PURPOSE
know that there are n ,>-flOI. Tn AI'l'ICIR f.
ASTOR FROZEN FORDHOOKr
great many families In Brad Toi .Ahral.nl. ,. Nnlunpn. $ 39* PALMETTO FARMS Apples 5 B 949'J.
ford, County deserving, of this You mil for r h.r.Ul"*or>y..autlfl.4)<... U rhnta .... 58 Limas 4 Pgs. i 1 HAWAIIAN CABBAGE .
S. No. I .
hope flUd" ninliinl Ajax FRESH FLORIDA
honor but we certainly I you tn. ihn ahov.t .
by. mimed Court unit. ...... .and ASTOR FROZEN BROCCOLI 1I Salad 29'BOB
that you will participate you .r. rwiuirxl ta ..rv. R H-OZ. CUP Oranges 5 94g''J
nominating the family thai of .
ropy| your anaw.T nr! pl.ad.Inn Spears 4 SSIC'flower4y 1
you feel l should be awarded I l'I ta Itie. romplnltit. UN |hUlnllr WHITE SLICED S. No. 1 YELLOW

this certificate. We alio know, .Pl,.rc., 101.Altnrney... N. TMIIVI Thum., A".A. ASTOR FROZEN Bacon 3 $139 '
tliaj.there. I. an .otiUtandlngfamily \ nay el.rk.. florid. and file I h Role Inions 5 ;g39'
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theorlatrniil In llw r.ffhof the
as far as communityeervia FROZEN FOOD 1 'l st
.
Ciern vf. IK CtrouK (four onor ,
Is concerned' within .,.... tho .<." day at Nov -
the-rrr'iiin' if" Btarke, that 'UdesertnT .mb'''. |M4| oiherwl"" the III.! 1 ASTORFROZEN 'A
; {...tlane of ...1.1 Complaint,' will" '
| of this: honor and be Thle taken. coil*..eunfe ehall. ..id bit by publiercefl you<. MORTON Chicken, Beef. T......", Salitbury Meal Loaf Ham C h Sac'Lash 4 10-oz.Pkps, $4 1

0"I\ for fiutriMinewutlv
f ""rM>.lt. lit the Dinners 2. 79
Hr.<1for. County.T.I.a"II. FOR ; 100 EXTRA YELLOW SOLIDS'
r>*t this Ulk d y of Ovto.h.r
... STAMPS WITH COUPON :
.
e UJIJAL lt MlNUTl MAID FROZEN ORANGCDelight *76 AT LEFT AND
((1 \
.t HAnlt"1 A. AIIIIT, i\\: \ OLEO
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( vrk. of I ho Circuit Court.Ily ONE 44.B. SWIFT
III H...uJ...K M. Manly, 5aoLCANS89 ( )
TV 11 Deputy l'l.rlo. Canned Ham, G)
ie,$| 41 UW /
Rentals fAN- tO. FROZEN BREADED

4 tl 1201 da:\ II 1 0 I

Shrimp. 32-oL PKG. 179/ CAN
i WILLIAMSJEWELRY ( ,, r
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ft, Per Day I -- .-,4.

t ALL NEW I'ORTAfLiu1eresorr EXTRAeIX EX..RA..bt P1 P1p

REPA1RqWATl'iI ( GREEN STAMPS GREEN STAMPS.wMMNM. .be( GREEN STAMPS.
W.1)1AION111All :. -- -----
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Work Guaranteed .".. ........n ......., o. ...-'.e AMQi i* ro r* A. C. \VlllUm Ica Cream Ground B..ff Crm.s
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.Ballmer's' 142 W. Can St,
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y 112 E. Call Ph. M9-177I\ I l

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41( Acre P.a. Loaf + Bags

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WILL liE (ON TALL
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