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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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4,000 Expected At Demo Rally Here' '




Between three and:! four predicted to be the highest: neighboring counties wal In addition! to High, such ra II.,nil It 01of Brooker: : elude hush puppies, baked! : 4 t ht > .

thousand parsons from five event of Its kind ever ueld:! made at the suggestion of prominent Democrats as Lonnle H8 ley. Starke.; BUlvHownid. beans, slaw, coffee or cold
North Florida counties are'xpected !In Bradford:! County wor.- the State Democratic Committee Ralph Turlington of Gaines.: Like Butler; and drink.
to attend a huge completed at a meeting !in in order for High to ville. Speaker of House of Tax Collector Shplii! :Mc- McKlnney said he would

Democratic rally and free the courthouse Monday night meet And greet as many Representatives and Rep. Kn'nev c': Gainesville brine a crew of six experli -
fish fry at the Starke State attended by prominent Democrats ; North Florida voters as possible John Crews of Macclenny Drink Commlttfc: W W need cook! from Alirma
Farmers Market here Monday from Bradford and:! in the limited time before have been Invited to speak. Windy: 1 Wilkerson of d.iln- County to assist the local
Oct. 17. surrounding counties. November' 8. Committees Named t>M'llle. chefs He bald his workers

Quest of honor on this occasion Originally planned as a Bradford's Committee will At Monday night's meeting Serving Committee. : Mrs. help prepare the annual fish
will be Robert King county rally sponsored by the be assisted! by Executive conducted by Ouy Andrews J. D. odom chairman: assisted fry at Hawthorne and "know
High Democratic nomineefor Bradford County Democratic Committees of the adjoining! chairman of the by all women member how the job should be done. '

Governor, who will speak Executive Committee the counties in staging the event. Bradford County Executive of the Bradford Executive Andrews said that Democrats .

during the evening. Serving event has grown to embrace The State Committee is also' Committee, the following Commltti. e,. in all five counties are i:' .

Is scheduled to begin at 6:30p. : adjoining counties of Alac'i- -ooprratlns! ; by sending in a committees were named: Kelly announced that an cordially invited to come ou*. o si
m. ua Baker Clay and: Union. sound' truck and a band of Food'': J. R. Kelly chaIr- "l'rlp1''a: < being! placed for ant: enjoy the get-together ..;.-
Final plans for what Is The decision to include musicians. man, with: co-cnalrmen Zed- ono pounds)\ of fivh, mullet. end "meot the next Governor "
"Mid the menu will also in of Florida."
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Official County Publication Established In 1879 Action Delayed


VOLUME ElGHTT-EIOirr !STARKE. FLORIDA. TIIITRSDAY. OCT. 6, 1966 NUMBER!: F1FTFEV
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I I U. F. Gets Federal GrantStarke r:1: Commission-Council Ten Apply




i Area Selected Irresistible Force Meets Immovable For CD PostTen



, Object In CD Director DisputeThe
I application were received by the County Commission -

1t" Tuesday:' for the job of IJrmlford County Civil

For Planning Projecti + \ Bradford County Commissions screening committee. He said Defense director which has been open since the death of
1.1a Joint meeting the CD
mx f with the Stniltc City Council stronger then organization'and It didn't was Carl Roberts several months ago. Bill Shiner has been

I Monday[ night turned down Include the commodity program serving as acting director during the interim period.

Starke and Bradford County are one of several Florida Ities with their decision- t" ," the city's request to participate Applying fnr the position l -
i which
paid Roberts $6,43902
, in the selection of a new Councilman, Orle Wiggins comb, Walter Henry Lee
been making by Informing them r :l
have
communities under that
50,000 population
civil defense director. annually were : Franklin
situated ...j .'. asked whether the city will Mrs. Clare M. Knight Char-
I selected to participate in an urban counseling and research of what communities other similarly have done, ..I.-. ..1\f,....\ : .As a result, the council rear receive the same 'benefits IfIl Delano Thomas, Francis W. les J. Schaefer, and LH..
project conducted by the University of Florida of further .. olution withdrawing its yearly !t does not contribute to the Menu Frank L. Williams Harper.
and of the range t1 1 1s
I with aid of a Federal grant. assistance available to them, ,., ...., .lfIi contribution of $2,220 to program.. Acting CD director William E. Plummpr. Charles, Chairman Jerome Johns
i I The project was explained both public and private. 1'- ""- civil defense will go into ef Bill Shiner said the countyhas Warren Rector. O. S New- said the Commission would

, to a group of civic leaders celved: enthusiastic; endorsement After a lengthy "discussIon fect.The the same responsibility to not expect. to pay a starting
t and officials at meeting resolution was passed serve Starke that it does fo director as much as the experienced -
a holda decided that long
decided to it was
I It was
In August in to a all of Bradford
response County. who also
here last Thursday and re- plan- Roberts,
comprehensive Council
Thursday
second meeting on range, Sings
\ statement 'b y Commission Councilman Carl Hurst said
the
handled county's program -
I Oct. 27. at 7 p. m. In the ning for Starke and Brad- Chairman Jerome Johns that he could not see any objectionto :

; Negress Held Etarke Woman's Club for the ford County, as well as a New Pro the appointmen of a new civil a committee screening can- bution.As .of commodities distri

purpose of enlisting the active study of overlapping governmental defense director would 1 be didates. He said this would Budget BluesThe the Commission openedand
j Interest and support of functions, and gov- made the voice the
On exclusively by com- give citizens a !in
read:! the applications
Forgery
he
were
all civic groups city and ernment financing mission. matter.
county officials and the throe areas that sholUU receive Herb HerresIs Commissioner Johns based City Clerk. 'Merrill Edwards old 1 story of estimated' three members of the City
Carl
Charge Here general; pubUc.Explallllng first priority In the the Commission's stand on the said the salary of the CD director Income smaller than requested. Council Chairman:
and
Hurst Jimmy McRa.
the project study. New Pro fact that' Ute CD director now wall $536 per month. outgo faced Starke's/ City
Nell Tucker eat. the sideline
LaMnrr:: Gloria Brown (alias here last Thursday were Sterba: said "The Federal !In ultto Li charge of a $03,300::; By the city withdrawing its Council on It began deliberations on
1 Katherine< Hunter), 21 year members of the professionalstaff government has made many At Golf ClubHerb surplus commodity program.He $110 per month, which Is 'Monday on a tentative : '] 84 "InturMtedl ChairmanJohns' citizens"They
I 01<1 Nesre, IB In Bradford of the Urban Counseling services available but the acid because the county matched by federal funds of $926,840 burfgot presented by decMned
take
County jail under S .OOO bond & Research Service of help is going to the communities commission I 1.1. directly responsible $110 per month, the salary CIty Clerk Merrill Edwards Invitation to
,I on two counts, of forgery and the University of Florida that have organized Hrrres former! man- for the commodities would be $316 per month. With anticipated l revenue of seats at the Commission
t tittering forgery/ In connec- Including: leadership,: and demonstratethat ager of the Navy Exchange program ,it should have a man Commissioner Johns said the only $891,759 for the coming table and review the applications -

I ctlon with passing", or attempting Richard L. A. Sterba director local effort is being at Maypoit Naval Air Station directly responsible to the com- commission had not requesteda fiscal year, the Council decided .
: to pass, worthless checks economics panning1>\,: made to solve their prob- Is the new pix>-mjna7 f'r mission. voice in selecting a recrea- to hold expenditures to that In a Joint meeting, with
' totaling 1.330: In two Starke and industrial development! lems." of the Starke Golf and Country Johns reserved, the commis tion director, and Councilman figure, which to an Increase of the Council Monday night
I stores. In that connection he e\t<{- Club. sion's tight to make) the final Wiggins replied that a recreation $22,.160 over 1965-60 expend Johns had repented: his
, The Ne;re"*. who 1'11bPt'II Charles. Smith economics rested that a planning com- Herres Is a par golfer andIs appointment but said the coun- board selects the recre- tures. stand that the Council would
f I JivingIn Jacksonville but local finance and com- mission bf set up locally as : experienced In the care cil was welcome to give its ation director and the county Edwards: said the tentative have no direct voice In appointment

whose home Is Tavares.. was munity service. evidence that the community and conditioning of greens views on the matter.Commhisloner does not pay any part of his budget was boned on increases of the CD director -
j arrested in Jacksonville Wednesday Joseph Thomas, public administration I I" aware of Its problems and and fairways.' For three years! George Roberta salary. requested by the various. city although the City has

I of last week after pass- government intends to do something before Joining the Navy he said! the situation Is different Council member Ruby Johns. departments. been contributing $1.200 annually
ing one check for $450 at grants and other forms of about them. was caddmaster! and assistant than It was In 1964 said;
Bulllnfrton's Studio, and attempting assistance. Smith! said< there Is nnth- pro at the country hen the appointment+ was work together for Starke and the '68-67 budget It for $5,240 .
to pass. another for Stephanie Spanler. health.. !Inir. moriil'v wrong with accepting rib!; In Belle Fintnlnp OhioHe in.ide on the advice of a Bradford l Ooixntv.: CommUsion- to employ a newer plant operator John ha* taken the position -
J900 at. Denmark's Furniture welfare, And recreation.The : government aid in also spent three nnd:! a Continued[ I on Page Two I Presently the city does that appointment of a
StOt'8.I UCRS was establishedin (solving local problems. "The half years at Cecil Field in not have one and the State civil defense( director! Is I the
Both checks carried the forged a one year exploratorybasis trf'ncIs for the Federal government Jacksonville! building mini Bound of Health required periodic icaponslbllity of the County
I signature of C. C. Anderson. In consequence of a to collect the taxes working. on the golf course. 3 Commissioners Tell AttorneyTo reports to be made by Commission.
principal of RJE High grant received from the Office end then funnel l the money The new }pro Is married! such an employee.The The Starke Council Is lust
School, and were drawn on the of Education of the U. bArk to the local units he ,m" has throe children aflnulthter. Council agreed that the in! strong: in its belief that
Florida Bank at Starka. S. Department of Health paid. 9. and two eons 8 Start Site City must till this. position ns the City should have a voice
Legion Acquisition
I The Negress. told the same Education and Welfare. Under f.nd 3. The family plans to Boon ns possible, and Council- In the appointment If it supports -
, I story at both stores that terms of this $65,000 move to Starke a.s soon as man Ruby Johns pointed out the program and has

she was employed as secre-, grant 80 per cent of the pro- RR F's: Reported housing\ can be found. Registering their disregard) of a pledged 1967 vote that the overtime pay figureIn urged that a screening board
tary to Anderson! and had been ject's expenses are paid by Herres will Rive pilvnt' the light and water depart- be set up composed of coun-
)fn Unoccupied by the people on n courthouse site location three members -
ment would be reduced considerably -
purchasesfor member
sent to pick up some : the Federal government, and l"slrl1amI also plans a cil and commission
his. wife's birthday.At the remaining 20 per cent by ResidencesTwo group class for women aftera of the County Commission! Tuesday morning directed < by the addition of In order to avoid "political
Bulllngton'B :she purchased the University poll can be taken. He County Attorney Gene Shaw to proceed with purchaseof another plant operator.In appointment

a lady' diamond wristwatch Purposes of the project cases: of breaking and would like to start a cuss American_ Legion and Carl_ Ritch_ ____ properties _for__ the___ going over the budget Upon Johns' refusal to
;" a diamond necklace areiI !entering were reported to tome;. for children! of members nn! proposed new structure. item by item, Kdwarda: Raid chance hi-, position Council

Diamond tie tack, and a clock -To assist", ; selected Flor- sheriff's;! office this week, ac- Is. verY lntere ted l In helpln1? Tim action was taken In "doesn't necessarily have to that proposed mines have been rhnlrmn'. Hurst aid the dec -
radio. She was given $91 resemble it':, '" ,ent provided in accordance, with itICont'.nupd withhold ,-Itv{ funds
ida communities! In defining! rordinn< to Deputy DolphIn the high school age group! the face of a signed( statement p appcar- 'oro
cash as change for the $1.i0; find articulating their problems Reddish. bv two Commission I IContinued on Page Twol I [ : on Page Two I (Continued on Pare Twol

check. : and both Instances the owners G.O.P. Plans members! Z.V.. Hamiltonand
-ked
At Denmark's she pl<
2To undertake':! limited had not been at home for 1 Mrs Jessie! Chastaln.
out name\ furniture and a rug, (
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months.A rganiiationMeeting
supplementary research, data rome Joined bv member-elect
and offered a
$370
totaling
gathering and socioeconomic : house owned by Oeorire Tonight James I Buck I Norman, who r
check for $900 in payment.
B Edwards. Route 2, Starke
Denmnrks told the surveying for these ulll tike office In Janllary-
Clerks at
woman they did not have communities to enable them was entered and ransacked. A county Republican orgnnigational that they will vote immediately i
cash on hand to make to effectively and er-onomlr- Denutv Reddish said the meeting is scheduled to rescind the present
change enough and one of them of- allv rome to terms with their hasp had been! filed! off the for Tuesday. Ort. 11, at 7:90: bonrd's: action In pl'-klnc! the

,b fered to take it to the bankand problems. front of the door to il'aln1: p.m. at 121 S. WAlnut St" according American Legion site and!

get it cashed. The woman' Sterba added that It is not mlttance. Fln2'prprlntsere to Kenneth E. Hngir put the matter of selection to r:1 ,Y }
taken from a trash can inside of Brooker, State RI'I'lIolftoa'1 a vote of th- people! as : r +
protested, but the clerk left the purpose of the project to
with the check anyway. The )prescribe, or to make definite !! the house.residence air- TtoS xzflfl'lfl 1(, Commissioner! Dive Shuford'.s -
woman., then hastily left the recommendations but A owned bv Committeeman and county motion to proceed.l with
Ralph M. Vaughan of Columbia chairman."All purchase: was seconded by
store amt- another Denmark rather to aid the commun-
employee took down her car Ill was entered by persons Interested I In the Ot>orA"V.. Roberts. :and
means of a cub screen on the ChaIrman Jerome John ; east
tag number. development of a two-part
back porch. The burglar: then totattf'nd the d"'lrllnJvoll' A 'th"v m
When arrested in Jackson- Poultry TopicAt system in Florida are urged fi
apparently! broke a !section of rarlier. mpmo '!'1' Cliastnln +
(Continued on Page Twol] this meeting, Hagar had:
Rotary ClubThe clncs out of the kitchen door. and Hamilton opposedthe

reT-hed in and opened the said.Although Republican registration / '- action

The Community growing Importance of door Is light in Bradford Roberts reported that the : r,
poultry in the economic life Deputy Reddish reported
State Hank of Starke County Hagar snld that :ana "services of two nppinl! ers
of Bradford County was discussed several articles presumed
committeeman and commit- thai
have been pnsrnsej:! find
and at the Rotary Club missing. Among there were
a commlltteeman and committeewoman one of them had submltti
The Florida: Wednesday by County Agent a water well pump and motor In each voting precinct his report to the board He!!
Rink At Starke G. T. Hugglna and Chamber a new lawn mower a
Dr. TO Ritch has B'-' also mid' that sllr'evOr1.: O
:' I5e of Commerce Secretary P. J. hand saw various kitchen comi'-,' < In Flames
Willot Open Novak. cepted appointment as McMillan I Is como'etint his Friendly Stop Goes Up
For BusinessON nrtlcles! and an old model teemlUIn Perclnct 8, 1ragarsaid survey of the property.
They pointed out that a recent ECA television l set. and Elden Mathews has
WEDNESDAY.OCT.:' survey still not complete Reddish said Investigations been appointed f ballot security A new note was injected Thin mats of flames was all that remained of The. Friendly Stop tavern last

12COLUMHUS has disclosed a poultry population wee continuing in officer for the November !into the dlsruiMon' when Roberts Thursday night after fire broke out In the rear of the building about 9:30: pm. The
in Bradford County of said: that one reason hI' Ucstfall.lui H\v.. amass -
DAYA both cases. General Election. place was doted at the time and thn OUIIIT Ruby Thompson
750.000 laying hens, 650.000 Mrs. Hagar is serving nsi favored\ the Lesion site wes Illghuiiy 1 100 from her placof hiislneto, Balled the !Sturke lire' Dept., hut war
Legal Holiday annual pullet production, and the fart t that its 1325: arrei .
State Committeewoman f'>r without! of a
Cl B SCOUT NOTICE of told the tuck could not make a run outside the city Hiultt j J'UlUl"ll
the location
1,750OOO broilers annually. would permit
This Space Contributed Novak told of efforts by the Bradford County.QIMRTKKHICK. the county's maintenance $.10/) fw. Sometime: Inter a passerby. notified the. hpystene Heights.. Volunteer. Hriri.trtiiieiit ''

Weekly) to Publicize chamber to obtain a processIng Cub Scold(Thursday Pock )70 at will 7:30:meettonight at : CI.IIJ shop and asuoclttU'd! functionson |. | which answered. the fall promptly|> ] lint more than un hour haul _..lttl' ...1

Community Events by plant here und Hugglns the First MethodiM Chiirh to the rear of the property.He l'.'fore they sit're railed. They munaKiil' tn .keep the fire from npreadlng, tokeierjj

_,LId that! each 12O00O birdgrsr.tratss -. register new. Cut lid' M-reg- A nieeU"3!! Of the!! Q'lJrt"rbick said the "barn ..!tin- : nearby homes. Over !>.OOO worth of Jook organs: and pin ball machines,
The CommunityState : : h' ; ru!atlcn of literi! me.rn:er's. Anyone interested Club nil!! t bs: held 1:'. '*.e tion" 1 In I ls pr :ent location! = stored In another building next to Friendly Stop wore saved by volunteer who
1.3 nllcr.: dinars:: School OYII1na.lum.Monday not the best in the world'
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Bank ,, please attend with nio\e The program was in charge parents. Oct. 10. at 7:30: p end that its appearance on
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( Mr and Mrs Paul Hawkins I Mrs J K Wilson. Mrs s.1 Shaw i ment would be delayed and i\ (:OU\I': "" jim.i-! cot III', l'"'K n I: .'M 'I -
ReunionSet Sings the applications would receive IN: ,A.'n roll IIIIU'OIlIl 1'IKIIIY: ( I! :Slll I I"IIIIIIIHII'IIII'I i
and children of Jacksonville L. Peek Sr, and Mrs. EdwaidBums /Council ,
further study. COL :Ml. KI.OHIO \ ix ''I i ii
spent the weekend with Mr of Staike and For Oct. I 16 In r..: .ntutn" ofRoue i'I i Jill,," :s< hili.:.,..- d i iFlrxt
; and !Mrs Titus Olson. Charles Chalkef i 1:01: Ml'IO'1 After the meeting he Indicated }[I1IMIIII, ltii'HHH, ] pnlill) .1 ill I I..,nhir
All descendants> lelatlv- that a special meeting IMIOII %1'IC 2i! 1'iiin! .
and Blues :\OIKI OK :
Mr. and Mrs. J. W Ritchof ville spent last \ eek at Budget .
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es of the late Bryant. Levy. would be held for thIs purpose TO AL.I. l'l HSONS TNTEI1US1: IHOMAS .\\k PIII: : i:
Starke and Mrs Tommy WaiM' cottage on Klnssley: Ion 1'I'lim: KMTAUJ 01'HAID ,'(H-5: N""lh" 'I 1'" i,,,,i,1 I. ,
Madison. hm-; later this month rather
\ Johns and Mrs. Ralph Sandsof Ancel Angolim' DECEDENT: Sitaike, riuildu.Fluxtlo ..
GLADYS MOOTY Macclouny will attend the Lake.Mrs.. A. O. Yongue and irmllne, and Frondo Shaw will (Continued from Page One] than waiting untU the regular ; You aro hereby notIfIed that :' I ,
'hold their llth annual family meeting In November. ,i written I I liisti'iinunt yuiitui, ,'linn
_I Phone 064-0651 U. of P.-FSU" game on Saturday daughter. Mrs Emory Dean reunion on. Sunday Oct 16, classification and pay plan lu be the last will and lemument Notebook $:Lao at the;
of Reddick were weekend hl\e been ,ail
of Hald decedent) TELEGRAPH.
at New\ Hope Church near LuCroflse adopted by the Council lastAujruat
Mrs E. F Stump spent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O City WithholdsCD milled to probate In this court
You sri hereby pommn Mr. and Mrs. J C. Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Wilson Friday to Tuesday with Mr. Caldwell The .,business\ meeting will The plan recommended a pay within six calenilnr. month,
and the and Mrs. W. H. Thomson In Mr. and Mrs. T. H Slade Contribution from the date of the firm nub-
and children Richard of Arkansas are renting 'begin ait 11 o'clock followedby scale on class of position, responsibility BOWLERS!
I returned last Friday after I vutlon of this notice to ap-
Monticello.Mr. !
the week- house at 627 N. Walnut duties -
Darlene. will spend a basket lunch at noon supervisory In thin court ami ,
end with Mrs. G. M. Bsdentaugh street. and Mrs. W. H. Minerof three weeks where they attended All relatives and frlenda are training experience requirements [Continued from Page One! .ifnr aiiHii, If any you can, why Bhijw th Attend) Meeting 'fhnilCht

In Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs Raymond Akron Ohio and Mr and the National L. P. O Invited to attend. and prevailing pay :iictlun, of this rourt, In ailmlt. at Starke
of I Mrs. O H. McClelland and A. board meeting at Lake-of- "That's why tin* milil will to proist'. t Recreation
Johns
attend the U. of F. FSU Stefa-nelll and' daughter levels. Total cost of Implementing er replied ,utanfi unrcvoh..lIHUHCrf ).
son of Oklahoma. Okla. were tne-Oznrks. Mo., visited :Mr should\ not Dept. Bldg., 7:00: I'M.
same Ocal were visiting Mr. and Story Hour : the plan In the new 1 we're here now. : A. YAWV
Mr. and Mrs. C. II Dawk- Mrs. Henry Stefanelll over visiting Mr. and Mrs. Men-lit n'Mrs.:\ N. K Hurst In In- budget waa estimated at : Councilman Jimmy McRae County Judf Uiailford" .. Count'

Ins and daughters of Jacksonville the weekend. Williams the past week. dianapolis. Ind. and visited At The LibraryCarol $1,887. said that unless a screening Flu -

; were Sunday visitorsof :Mis. Doris Ware and Mis FREE COFFEE at Kirk friends In Owensboro. Ky. Council tentatively agreed committee is used the appointment "homa"North& Piercens5 Tempi Ave..
Headquarters, Ill South I Mr. and Mrs. O O Langof : Charming w:1l: be visitIng the raisesas could be a political :
Mr and Mrs W. H. Noll- O. Z. Jones of Branford were to go along with Sl rk., Fla
Tuesday luncheon guests of Walnut St. !Sat.' Oct. 8. Fort Pierce were visiting Story Hour by the way of lecommended in the plan one. Fl ret publication on 1'Ph'III"!! ,

man.Mr. and Mrs. R A. Colson Mrs Foster S1U Smith. Mrs. Everyone Welcome. ,9itl Mrs. E. C. Long last week. records at the Starke-Brad- but decided to withhold Councilman-elect Nell Tucker 29. mild CUt

went to Kings Mountain. N Wall Llpsey. and Mis H H Adolph Cay retumedSundav Mi and Mrs. R. A. Cohen' ford County Public Library ludgment on annual Increas- suggested that a screening 429 H 10/20- I
after ten days In Osqtyner and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thursday, Oct:6, 3:30: to 4:IS: council and .
I and committee of both '
to ( "
C the first of the week I Adams. P.! of $1.260 for Edwards In rnnnlr JIlsu"s| < <> "
Clinic New Orleans, La. Barksdale have returned Mrs. Philip Clark will tell! .
for commission members be usedto llriiilfunl (1111 lit)
get Mrs. F. F. Flume who Mrs Edwin Prevail of Orlando $812 for Police Chief Bill In .hdor l
observation and treatment from two weeks trip to Can- stories about a book entitled lorliliiIn
director.In FUEL
select the CD BillSllpto50
has been vacationing: there was visiting Mrs. Ed the grounds that .
Rosser. on Jules Si'hillei,
Airs. Joe Kllerbee and ada. Niagara Falls and pointsof Madeline. This book la much Commissioner Rob- r." nutate: of
the past two weeks. Pi'evatt from Sunda:' to I they are elected officials. reply. ueceaied.
daughter. 'Mrs Jack Creel more fun than toys, fOI'Idtlle
of Interest In the NoitheistLt any
I said that because the '
erts "ntU"I'O"If
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In .
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discussions. UK
Hallie Seymour was Wednesday.Mrs. lengthy /
After
Panama City were visiting ftlcharde Jr girls and.. little boys. tnt ,"
Henry M. commission is directly responsible All rrcilltorg of the c >
Washington. D. C. on business Ben Roland attendedthe record of the Council worked:\ up some deeeiesei l ai' %!
Sirs. T. Mia
D.
Dyal over the has left aboard the SS Shan ChannIng's the commodity Jules fo1ch Iller. [
for pro.
over the weekend funeral of her brother- weekend! I, gri-La) for seven months duty Madeline will >be used to illustrate department totals as follows: handled the hereby notified and r"''iuluil, I II Ililf
which Is by
B in ,' gram ilnImB I or du'nii ndiwhich
In- law. R Nobles. ov-
Mrs. Robert Hatton an Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of : the stories. Fire Department: App I I I" an\'
in the Medlterrean should have have airilm '-
CD -
director they they may
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son. :Bobby of Oilnesvlllf Chipley on Tuesday. East Pnlntka was visiting Mr. 'Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Longof All children, ages 6-9 are ed a total of 32389. but the final word concerning the said estate. In the office of th ? ;

spent ten days visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ste- and Mrs. Herbert Thomas over Cplumbus. Oa spent the urged to come.Recent postponed a decision oil re- cOunty Indira''' of ., Bradfor' ,
a.nnnrfntment.
parents, Mr and Mrs. Char-: 'o.ielli. : of Gainesville and weekend. nuests made for an additiontil .) I County Florida. In tne 0''>uiliotiHu .1.
weekend with Mrs. E. C. HamIlton
their children will visit :Mr I for 1,500 for Commissioners Zetlra I at 1'1 II rltB. Florida withIn i
an4
Farm ]
lea Wlmeiat the State Mr and Mrs Kldrldge Par- Long and family BirthMr. fireman and Dave Shuford took six oul'iular month trot' : '
Mrs. Hatton and Bobby lef1' md Mrs. Henry Stefanelll on tin of Femandina Beach were Miss Bobbie Sue Barksdale furniture and supplies. discussion. Commission the date of the first publlca -.1 ,
In. the -
no part
Monday night to visit relatives undI\Y. Sunday visitors of Mrs. L. A. and Jimmy Douglas of !'SUware and Mrs. Frank William Police Department: Worked member Jessie Chas- j non of this neutlee.. be Ertoh In wrlI'1 tale,' '
In Jacksonville am Local admlttinces: to Brad- Davis. Mrs.: J. R Hardee returned -I up a total of $67578 I..r demand mint ..
of Waldo an- '
home for the wsekend Dougherty .aln was not present at the iind must ,mine-, the 1 1" '"
Richmond. Va. before jo>!hiinp 'orCountv) Hospital this to her home In Fernan- Dr. and Mrs. Calvin 3 nounce the birth of a daughter which Included $2,000 for two meeting. I residence and P"8t offi' '. "".

Mr. Hatton In Suffolk Coun terk include: Airs Juanita' dina with the Partins after Houpt arc moving to the Lisa Lee on Sept. 30 In additional patrol cars. After the commissioners left, .irtH of I tl Io f ,'liii nut fl I and. ,nil ant sibe 'H'
ty, Long Island where the 'Clover of Oreen Co -eoilnKs several weeks visit with Mrs The Street and Garbage: : worn to by the lain.
Hospital.
<< Suncoast arenear st. Petersburg Bradford County the council had a brief discussion Us agent, or his attorn "i iI
will have their home. 't ; Mrs. Annie W Davis. Department budget of $74.- ,
.
where Dr. Mount during which Chairman I,.". ,in.' void it'' "' irdlni
.Tohn on and Truby B. Miss: Madge Middleton entered discussed at lensrth.' ,
Mrs. Martha Wlmer of 65 was to law.
president-elect of the Florida Rehearsal Buffet Hurst said the city's decision
holster of Brooker ,. ,,, > I'ICO!
Jacksonville was visiting hei ; P1T1-1 Riverside Hospital last Osteopathic Medical Association end It was tentatively decided to withdraw its finan- inlier 2. .
Ma\beU Norman and! : Friday for observation and For to two garbage(
Pater-Long buy
and daughter-in-law. Mr
,
son will be chief of surgery cial support from the civil defense -
Fffie W. Boatwright of treatment.
and Mrs. Charles Wlmer. a' at the Metro General] Hoanltal I trucks as replacements for set-up was "unchanged."
the State Farm from Tues- tey: Jerry Lee! Howell of Mr. and Mrs Randal] Chttty.Mr In Pinellas Park. Dr. Wedding PartyMr. ones that are now costing! ed."

Lake But'er; Mrs Clara Dal and Mrs. E. D. Tenly Sr. !l:3.800: in repair bills annually rm
day to Sunday. Houpt will close his office in M
nnd Mrs. Dana M. Luke of and air: and Mrs. Sonny Tenly and' Mrs. Daniel .
Mrs. V. J Spengler find Starke about Oct. 10. Point
Jr. of Nelson's
Starke: Mrs LaurB"ll Mc- and families visited Rev. and Pater The Council heard a report Held \
Mrs. T L. Casey attended the Collum and Mrs. Amv K !Mrs Hugh Walters- and daughter Keystone Heights were hostat hv utilities superintendent Negress YOUR RECORDS ?
Girl Scout Leader tralnlnu Woman's Club '
Barton of Keystone Helsnts: in Trenton on Sunday. a wedding rehearsal buffe Oscar Davis' to the effect with the all new
course In Gainesville the past nd Mrs Clara Crews of I Mr and Mrs: H I K Davis Plans ExhibitOf at their home last Friday that the city water tank Is In For Forgery I II

two: weeks. Raiford.Mr. and Mr and 'Mrs.: Harold Davie evening In honor of their need of painting and that the FUEL SAVING

Mr and Mrs. W. T Zeigler and Mrs. Guy Andi ws, were visiting relatives In Local ArtThe son Daniel, and his fiancee. lob will cost about $5.000. ItWft.S [Continued from Page Onel)

Of Orange Park visited Mi !Mr and Mrs. Oene Shaw Charleston, S. C. over the Miss Mary Ann Long. decided,;! to have the work Sit tht
and Mrs. J. D Griffla and and Mr. and !Mrs J D. Odomattt'nded' weekend. Starke Woman's Club Assistingat the punch 'lone. If possible. vllle the woman had $370 In rivolutionarjrPATINTIP

Mrs. Rhoda. Dampier on the Democratic Mrs. Marguerite Corn of will have an art exhibit at Its bowls were Miss Margaret cash on her person and some

Sunday.FLORIDA. Paitv of th* Century" in Lakeland 'was visiting Mra. W. October meeting on Wednes- Pater sister of the bridegroom of the items purchased from

'the Jacksonville Ctvic' Auditorium Middleton': from Sunday to day. Oct. 12, at 3:3O( p.m. under / and Miss Sonja Ten Anoly Bullingtons were recovered.

last Saturday nUht Wednesday and attended the the direction of Mrs. Rob Thompson of st. Petersburg The RJE principal said that

Mrs C A Knight; has returned funeral of her cousin, Mrs Art ert Green Fine Arts chairman. and Gainesville. the woman appeared at his office -

Coe In Jacksonville on Mon The display will contain Twentv-slx guests enjoyed on Sept. 15, posing as a
from two month's
a '
tour of Europe Her Ulnery day afternoon. 'I whom works of have local artists, many of I this affair including or CD Post teacher; and, requested a Job I OIL] HOME[ HEATER

included England NorwaySweden. Mr. and Mrs S. a. Denmark entered paintingsIn guests from Alabama, New Interview. She returned on
will return after various art shows about the Sept. 21, Anderson aald.He that
THEATRE I Denmark. Holland today Mrs Jersey and Georgia.Attorney now gives you
: Denmark spent a 'week. visit- state Some handicrafts will fContlnued from Page Onel < had no idea how she
Oermanv. Austria
Switzerland.: ,
Italy Monaco: : and Ing Mr. and Mrs. H V. SaxonIn also be shown. from the program remained might have obtained his signa- SUPER FLOOR HEAT

Sho'wtime-.Weekday'; 7 France. While in England Pompano Beach while Mr. Hostesses for the afternoon Told! unchanged. ture for use in forging the

Sunday 3:00, Saturday 1 she visited: friends who had Denmark was in Hollywood on will chairman lbe: Mrs.:Mrs. G.Lester S. Brown, Since the City's contribution check. You should... unless! JOt keep (hem see it now!
business. :Mrs. Denmark's mother Crews. When brought before Coun- in lire-resistive steel files. Lou ol
been in her home while In is matched equally byFedl'ral

; Fill.. SAT.-Oct. 7, 8 I I the United States training: Lake. City Mrs. stayed E C.with Morris Joyce of I M.Mrs Davis Charles;Mrs: Darby L.. A.:Mrs[Davis.E.I :To Get Site funds its withdrawal ty Judge waived T.her A. Yawn right to the a woman preliminary -- business records Is one reason 43 outoIOOIirmsn.verreopenailerabad DENMARK'

with the will (
Double Feature Program R. A. F at Jack- Denmark Mrs.V.. H. Hart Mrs. J H. mean a $2200 annua'tab : hearing and was
sonville during WWII The during their absence. Dennis Mrs. S. A. DeVoe that must be picked up "Rrg.' Why gamble? Secure your vital
bound Circuit Court.
Mr. and over to
Mrs Vernon
_.- --"'J''; USO entertained the vouns; Reddish Mrs :Martha Dorko ,Mrs K. (rcont.'nued: from Page One] bv: the Commission If the I papers in Hercules Mult!.Lox fire insulated
and :Mr.: and Mrs. Man-
THAT"MANOFTHEWET" I men at Staike at that time sell a. Duncan Mrs J. H. DuPre, piosram is to continue at its I files carrying Underwriters' Furniture Co.
and "
Ayers families .
After returning; to the StateiMrs spent. :Mrs Ewell "Lawnon. (Mr. AI} iJ- a nee present le\el. laboratories labels. See them today.
last week at Cedar TilE RIGHT POINT for the
IN AN EXCITING NEW ROLE! Kn: 'ht visited her Keys. dred Cuttino and Mrs. L. J. Chairman Johns commented After reviewing the applications I
John Greer of Bradentonwas way you write. Come In and 43: 1 W. Call St.
brother and sister in Jacksonville Green. that Road Foreman Tuesday, Chairman Bradford County
select favorite EHTKtt-! :
Sunday your
overnight
for two weeks. guest R E. Jones "is cramped for8PAt'e" Johns said that in view of I
of Mr. and :Mrs. Jack :Mc-: I BROOK fountain pen. TELE- Phone 961-4321
:ffSSPARKfR and the barn facilities the absence!'; of Commis-
Mr. and Mrs\ Louis Bussaof Comb. Lewis Reunion one GRAPH. P
Pittsburgh; Pa. were weekend CLAUDE KIRK r.eed expanding i sion member. Ze-ra! Hamilton I TELEGRAPHI \.... -- J

guests of :Mrs Harold next: governor's White- your and Held SundayFive Jones admitted. "We'rej action on the appOint- II I I

Norman. I'obltion. kinda crowded" I
Papers are at flw
.. .' Mr and Mrs. Drew Reddish Kirk Headquarters for all to generations were represented Commissioner Hamilton a.-I
at the
annual
were hObts at a barbecue read. greed. "We've got to do,
Lewis family reunion last
supper Sunday night; for the Glen Reddish of Anniston, something: about the appiar-:
Sunday at the home of Mr. As Your
immediate! families of the Ala. was visiting his pprents, nnce of the barn" but said I
and
Mrs. Dan Lewis
late Mr and Mrs Drew Red- Sheriff and Mrs P. D. Reddish near the matter of centralization 1

over the weekend. KingslanJ. Ga The 90 members on the Legion site should be I

dish.Jjmes F. Holling-.su,01'th Mr and Mrs. Wayne Kinney attending of Josiah were Lewis descendants and put to a vote of the peoule I Saving and Home

II is enrolled in Alabama and Mr. and Mrs Frank Elizabeth Mott Roberts said that with adequate -i

Christian College in Mont- lutto of Jacksonville were barn shelatr the road
Been
Lewis
nomeiy. Ala for the fall visiting Jlr: and :Mrs M C. of Hllliard was crew could do maintenance

riuarter A lO'SO graduate of Wells and :Mrs: Carolyn Red "proup re-elected and Chester president Lewis of the of work on rainy days.Commissioner Loan Specialist

grave over the weekend.Mr. .
BHS. he is the son of Mr.
...... Yulee was named:\ vice p:eslfient Chastain
2Otf1 Contury f M pAN end Mrs J. F Holllngsw orth and Jlrs. Nat Danke
asked Roberts If he'd
Margie Lewis ever
of Montgomery
AARON ROSENBERG MOOIMIID of Starke. Jr. of Lakeland were weekend -
>O'trAPi' .&"_.Au' I GNlAJlta nf _Afr _arwl_ ."VT..,..a. \1tm.. : Ala. was elected sec- seen a county where the
-- "no n11' FIRST FEDERAL OF STARKEOFFERS
,
Lewis.I letaiy-treasurer equipment barn was located

,- :\ and Mrs :M: A. Baldwinand The reunion has been held on the courthouse grounds. ,

.. ; 30I daughter, Ginger attend. annually for the past 23 Upshot of the discussionwas '

: ': J"M.-rf' 'H v7tiYLAND' ed a family reunion at the ears. the appointment by YOU:

home of :Mra: Baldwin's mother Chairman Johns of a committee ,

J1JRABOAXTONaa 5'=-: DRIVEINOPEN Mrs V. R. Bracewell dn Little Women composed of Hamil An Opportunity To Invest In Your Community .

-.s Gainesville ton. Roberts and Shuford
lum mm* sa ssawi SFK on, Annette Parker on Sunday.of Cocoa is Plan InductionThe to Investigate the proposed I Safety of Investment-F.S.L.I.C. Insurance .

'WTiWI C'. IlS& lHms! ) 7:00 visiting her uncle and aunt, Little Women's Club expansion. Sound Management at Your Service
,,-----g4 :Mr. and :Mrs: :M C. ,Wells this' will induct .
SHOW their
TIME 7:15: new members
Plus week. 'Mr. and llrs.Vells met Into the club at a candlelight 1! Friendly and Courteous attention .
ADMISSIONAdults :Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parkerof 1
ceremony at their
VP-. 73c; Students 60c Cocoa at Daytona. Beachon meeting Monday night at regular 7:30 Convenient and Personal Service .
.
Sunday and brought Annette .
Children Under 12 Free at the club house. I
home with them
Guy Sale president of
FlU, SAT., SUN. Bill Clark and] daughters, 'the senior club, will conduct 1 Save

Oct. 7, 8, 9 spent Nancy the and weekend Dee, of Rail with Gallic Mrs.C. the the ceremony.evening will Hostesses be Gerri for Invest Your Money In First Federal and Watch Us Put It To"Work"


Double D. Williams and family.Mr. Mooty Lee Darby, and Sharon' upto Before Your Very Eyes Have You NoticedThe
Feature Program and Mrs. Robert Green Noegel. .

were in Atlanta Ga. on Sunday I

America Funniest Family in theirfRSTFULLLENTjj and Monday to enter their Many New Homes Lately?

daughter Marian, in Career' 6fth, ? Anniversary
FEATURE Academy.
10iSW Mr. and Mrs. Courtmanch
Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Wooten 01 Jacksonville, former lesi-

: OLW4EA51'MANCOIOJ fsig, qo QVJJ of visitors Jacksonville of Mr. and were Mrs.Sunday J. C. dents their of 66th Starke wedding will celebrate anniver- "'''' I''I'I''jIr,''' 4 5M ,..\ 'I1"l #,

Fogg. v
sary on Sunday Oct. 9. .
Mrs. Robert Nobel has returned Their
daughter. Miss Anita :

: Sun., Mon., Tue*., Wed. to Norfolk Va. to join Courtmanch will entertain' -. / FIRST FEDERAL 5 PER ANNUMQUARTERLY Ii F R E E
j her husband who Is stationed for them at their home. 1332
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; Oct. 9, 10, 11, 12 there In the Navy after a Main St. In Jacksonville / through the State Farm ai., WILL CONTINUE: TO Ii! ANTiC! : Open or Add To A -
months visit with her
par-
"CAR FINANCE PLAN" PATED DIVIDEND INGS ACCOUNT SAV.fi--
M1 THE HIGHEST : !!If
ents. Mr. and :Mrs Charle* -"q

ROADSHOW DIRECT FROM ENGAGEMENT ITS I HJ DarbY. rustic Notebook ? .3O: at tb.; Here's how you may save) _j RATE CONSIST ENT iIi RATE Amount of $50; or

I_ UNlVflKIt"' PlCtllKMJI Burke Ellington entered '/ELEGRAPH.: I When you buy your next WITH SOUND MANAGE- and Pick Up Your "BIG i_

SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES Baptist Hospital on Tuesdayfor ear through the State Farm MENT. a PIG" While They La.st.I1
SPECIAL SCHEDULED I PlusI I II Car Finance Plan.' You
eye surgery. TilE 4 Sorry-One to a Custom .
BRADFORD
'- save on financing with the ; DIRECTORS. 4 5
.
I -THE
PERFORMANCES \ .0
Seaman Tom Moore wilt low.cost auto % er. I
COUNTY TELEGRAPH loan "I'll help .
I leave for furihe I' .',
Saturday .
c-:: you arrange
I Newsweek I I duty In Iceland' after a through a cooperating ____________________________________________ ,
: Published every Thursdayat bank. And you'llBet _, .' .
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''
"..E rkkl -.fUStjhhZtst. : months leave of absence. 1 138 W. Call St.. economical State Farm PER ANNUM: : t .J"'J, _''"''''.att&l \ .
.mcth.C5IfluIvFOXpues ) '
... I Mr and Mrs. Orville Starlce. Fla. 32091 Mutual' automobile 'Insur-

Ioiuitif.l wttr Brook Ins and :Mrv William ance. For Com '7IIATV ,.se

1, 4I EREEGRY l SOPHIA driving R. Brooklns Sgt. of W.Hampton R Brooklns are Second at class Starke postage, Fla. paid -.me plete todayj details call I ___ Savings and Loan issue hi I ion

i.ucptutcfl&& to San Francisco Calif IN'VNCi
PECK; WREN where he will embark for Subscription Rates: STAT rate dC12
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In trade area: 13.50 per Muluil, AoMmoW, ,tmuranet. Comp ., ;
AIe1tthLJeii'qM STANlEY uGKfN Okinawa. Sgt Biookins has year; $200 .Ix months.E. Mom(0111.'.BKNnungtoo., IWmu OF STARKE .:.
A nraxmv
I I been home on 43 day leave.

AflABESQUE Mr. and Mrs. O C. Edwards L. Matthews, editor and Merritt II. WiUliams .IJ, !r:

;i of Jacksonville were publisher 117 N. Walnut St. 218 N. TEMPLE AVE. PHONE 9640500"AGt .
1GIIIICIl II" A Outside, trade area: $400
Phone
cowl 8Y Dtlllff CIMWTOPE Saturday visitors of Mr. and 961-5391
I"I I Mrs. Curtis Edwards. per year; (225 cix months
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con lace and seed pearls. Junior ClubSupports /Stork Shower I TrafforcI-Loudon
Henson lace medallions edged WSCS Hears Talk

Qo1GLADYS the portrait neckline.: The j( Foster Given At Manse Mr. and Mrs.! Arthur O. On 7th AssemblyThe
long tapered calla lily sleeves '
Parent
Plan For Mrs. Loudon Jr announce themarriage
came to points at the wrists. JohnsonMrs. First Methodist WSCS
of their
The full circular skirt which The Junior Woman's Club met Tuesday' In the church
MOOTY fell: Into a chapel train wo met :Monday night at the clubhouse Johnny Johnson was John Harriet Trafford Amanda, dauKhter'I' sanctuary with Mrs. W. S.
edged with Alencon lace and honored at a stork shower Ware of Branford vice presi-
Phone 964-0651 with the president. Miss /
and Mrs Harry O.
sued! pearls. A cluster of pearl .f'' \ ,. (I Betty Jane. Morgan, presiding last Thursday evening at the ot Miami. dent of the Gainesville District -
1
trimmed petals secured herthreetlered ; :ilrs.[ Charles Sawyer gave the Presbyterian manse given by I The WSCS, as gvjest speaker.Mrs. .
veil '. I Mrs. J. O. Caldwell, :Mrs W. wMtUngtook 'place
floor
length : 'tl I j devotional. stressing Bible Saturday Oct. 1 In Murphy 1 I Ware gave an Interesting -
Malcolm
of illusion. She carried a E. Dowllnff. Mrs.
I
Week Oct. 17-28. account of the Seventh
VI Mrs. Charles I N. C The couple will live In !
E bouquet ot sweetheart roses The Sanders II
president welcomed the '' Miami | Assembly of :Methodist Women -
and :Mrs T. A.
and Ules-of-the valley. following visitors Pchmitt. in Ore last
a AD Z I : Mrs. Bill I I Portland May
r Mrs. Long chose for her Chambers Miss Judy Ellington Yawn. I( and told some of the things
I daughter's wedding an aqua ,Mrs. Norman Ketchie, An attractive- pink blue. [Beta Sigma Phi j I II women can do in their local

street length crepe dress r Mrs. Bill Dodd, Mrs.[ Jack and white color motif was. communities to make them,
with scooped neckline em- Hazen and :Mrs. Leroy Norman carried. out in the partv :lee- 'I Beta Sigma Phi will meet better places In which to live.
I broidered with tiny crystals. \ Jr. orations. The refreshment' Monday night Oct. 10. at 8I|

With this she wore a white CVIrs[ Harold Godwin\ gave a I table was! covered wltn II'' oVIwk In the home of Mrs.B. .
I I cymbidium orchid corsage I brief! report on ',the FFWC linen cloth edged with lare: L uMoxlev, 1310 Searing Adjustable Vinyl Book
Mrs. Pater mother of the i r Full board meeting! in Fort and centered1' with a tail'. Street Mrs Marlon Cottle will Covers. AH sixes 30 rents ea.

bridegroom was attired In a Lauderdale! Sept. 2630. Junior stork standing In an floor arrangement .serve as co-holltes! at The Telegraph
forest green brocatelle street I Day was Sept. 26. Pledgeswere of pink, blue and '. --

length dress and wore a asked under the International white carnations! and mjms
white cymbidium orchid cor Affairs department to Mrs. Dowlinar presided at the
support the club's adopted crystal punch bowl. Crc".tal
sage.A reception was held In 't Chinese boy for the Foster trays held cake squares dec- r
ri ...4bw'r Parent orated In and! blue and
Plan pink
i' eu r rr.- Woman's Club It was announced
the Starke
4
Vicki Devrick Becomes Bride
that if enough pledged. each centered by tiny baby
where magnolia trees palms
: were received the club would dolls. ww ? t9m
and arrangements of white Of William S. Jennings Sept. 24
A.4& v i try to adopt another child. Games were played during''
mums we-e placed at vantage
.tiMary | The president. announced the evening and prizes "''
points In the reception room Miss Vicki Devrick. daughter arid a yellow orchid corsage 'cl'e,
Magnolia leaves and tropic of Mr. and Mrs. DenverR. with gold trim. |I that (a\ll's. Gus Kopelourtonwould won bv Mrs. J W Brownlee

greenery formed a background Devrick. and.: '' William S. Mrs. Jennings mother of be Education chairmandue eni*' Mrs. Ray Salazar

: on the mantel and Jennings, son of Mr. and the groom wore a blue bond- to the former chairmanmoving The hostesses presented se
I bookshelves. for the flowers Mrs. Robert Jennings of ed crepe dress! with matching out of town. Fine Arts the honoree with an Infint ,
Chairman, Mrs. Curtis Edwards I Sent' memento of the
as a or-
I In the lounge where the re- Daytona Beach were unitedIn accessories.. complemented :
cel'vinsr' line stood. Standing marriage on Saturday with a white orchid corsage! announced plans for I ca.slon. I i "--
j,making dolls for SunlandTraining
I at 5 In the trim. Twentv-flve iruents' attended
in the receiving line were Sept. 24. p. m. with pink; ]
( Center! and the
the bride and groom their First Baptist Church with A reception was held In the I between the hours 7:30:
Starke
,, Nursing Home. :lira. s
parents and bridal attend- Rev. W. A. Hogan, officiating. Baptist Fellowship Hall which Charles Hutcheson thanked J I end 10 o'clock.JohnsBuckley. g
f at The altar decorated decorated for the i
ants. Guests were greeted was was occas- !
club members who went to
the door by Mrs. H. H. with two pedestal baskets ion with baskets of whit" Crocus cottage at Sunland, I'

Adams and Mrs. E. L. Matthews holding white mums carnations carnations mums and chrysanthemums Training Center recently. The

chrysanthemums and and potted club gives a party for this cottage The wedding of Miss' Ruse i
The bride's table was over- emerald fern against a back- palms placed at vantage each month. Mary Buckley of Jackson. I
I laid with an Imported linen ground of palms and pyra-nld points The bride's table was The following nominating vllle, daughter of Mr. and 1'''

cutwork: cloth over satin with candelabra with white tapers. covered\, with a white organdy:! committee for the new year Mrs. James Buckley of Hal' BEST CURE FOR FINANCIAL WOES:
Family were marked cloth over white satin and at lord and Charles! EJwln
fcallops of smilax and cen- pews was elected: Mrs. Harold Godwin I beats
tered with a three-tiered with white satin bows and the two front corners of the Mrs. Eugene Shaw Mrs> Johns of Jacksonville son of Foresight hindsight in matters!

wedding cake topped with streamers, cloth and In the center were Curtis Edwards, Mrs. Gus Luther Johns of Jacksonville I financial. Systematic saving provides a"c'ushion"

Ann Long Weds Lt. PaterIn liies-of-the-valley.: This was Mrs. Patty Kay Terrell accompanied small replicas of the bride's Kolepouxos and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Louise Johns! of of ready cash to meet emergencies -

flanked by silver candelabrawith by Mrs. Charles! bouquet. At one end of the Hutche.siin.ias I Starke was solemnized Sat: : to make major purchases! in
First Baptist Church Ceremony burning white tapers Francis at the organ sang table waa a three-tiered wedding ;Morgan announced that urday, Oct. 1, at the home': short! to solve financial problems BEFORE -

land decorate:! with delicate, "Whither Thou Ooest" and caka. topped with a min- Nov. 3 Is the date for the Dis- of Mr. Johns. they arise!
Miss Mary Ann Long and I aunt of the bride attended lllles-of-the-valley and narrow -. "Th Lord's Prayer." iature bride and groom trict 4 meeting to be held at A reception was held following ; _
Lt. Daniel McCulloch Pater us maid of honor Attired in white satin streamers. Rick Jennings served his Around the cake was a gar- the Souhside. Woman's Club la the ceremony '
IH exchanged nuptial vows u floor length dress of pea- I The two silver punch bowls brother as best man and the land of smllax At the o'her Jacksonville. All members are The couple will reside in i in the new, higher rate of inter-

it 8 o'clock Saturday evening cock blue georgette with fitted i held beautiful ice floats ushers were Michael Devrick end of the table was a silver urged to attend. Jacksonville. I = 0
Oct. 1, la the First Bap- bodice, sabrina neckline made with bride's roses Presiding and Tom Jackson. epergnette with lime green Mrs. Elzle Sanders, program It I est now paid on savings/ depositsIn

:ast Church with Rev. Tom and: elbow length sleeves. Her at the punch bowls Mrs. Larry Devrick, sister- tapers, centered with an ar- chairman gave an Interestingtalk I Mrs. Houpt Honored < = this bank. When you save-as-
Moore officiating. headdress was peacock blue were Mrs. Marlon Cottle, Mrs. In-law of the bride served as rangement of white snapdragons on the drug LSD, whatit I ,
The bride Is the daughter lace wit hpeacock blue illus Townsend Strickland Miss matron of honor wearing a and' roses and lime' Is made from why peopleuse Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt was' -- you-eirn, you can pay-as-you-
>f Mr and Mrs. Eugene Mll- ion. She carried a nosegay of Donna Trawlck. Mrs. James sleeveless A-line dress of !preen! pompoms. At the bas it, and the effect it has recently honored at Miami.

:on; Long of Starke and the white miniature mums and Garner Miss Barbara Sue blue bonded crepe with were white tulle bows and on people. Beach during the 39th an-i I #RO GET interest instead of
parents of the bridegroomire happiness roses. matching accessories: She streamers.Mrs. Hostesses for the meetingwere nual''' meeting of the Auxiliary -
Barksdale. Miss Kay Sun-i
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mc- Miss Helen Jane Long sister derland. Mrs. George Shu- carried a bouquet of blue Charles Darby greet- '('Mrs. Charles Hutcheson, of the Florida Osteopath PAYING; it out on installment

ulloch Pater Jr. of Keystone of the bride served as ford Mrs Marlon Newsome, carnations with blue satin ed guests at the door, andstanding Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua and Mrs. Medical Association. Mrs. contracts!

Heights. junior bridesmaid and: bridal and Miss Shirley Morrison. streamers.Mrs. in the receiving line Elsie Sanders. Clifford Mlllard of Hlllsda'.o: :
The altar was attractively attendants were Miss Margaret W. T. Jackson Jr attended were the bride and groom Mich. president of the Auxiliary -
Mrs. John M. Whalan Jr., ?
decorated with baskets of Colson, Miss Margaret sister of the bridegroom') as bridal attendantIn their parents and the bridal Mrs. RichardeIs to the' American Osteopathic HOME; OWNED-HOME OPERATED.
white mums snap dragonsand Pater sister of the groom. a gown similar to the honor attendants.Miss AsBn.t commended
carnations against a Mrs. Robert O Fitzgerald of mother, anitj:! Mrs. Robert M. attendant's in pink with Jo Ann Carver kept ComplimentedOn Mrs. Houpt, for her'service to
sister of the
Lee Sr. twin
The
background of palms chefer- Melbourne, and Mrs. CharlesO. bride's mother cut the matching: accessories. She the bride's book at a table RetirementMrs. the national board In the Community State BankOF

leria and magnolia. Lighted Fagg of Tampa. They bride's cake. Misses Cindy carried a bouquet of pink covered.with a white organdy rapacity of trustee and his
tapers in branched cande- were attired In and carnations with pink satin cloth over white satin.
gowns Hubbard and Margie Ann \ H. M. Richarde, who torian. Her' efforts In the STARKE
labra cast a soft glow over headpieces identical to that Dowling kept the bride's streamers. Cutting the bride's! cake has retired after ten years' state Christmas Seal campaign
the setting1. i of the honor attendant, and book. I Given in marriage by her were Miss Carol Searing and service In the censors office were also commended. ,I MEMBER F. D: I. C.
As the guests gatheredMrs. carried nosegays of white father the bride, wore!* a Mrs. Pattv Kay Terrell nsslste of the Florida. State Prison,
Charles Francis organist I miniature mums and Hap- Assisting In serving and street length gown of off- by Mrs. T. B. Harding! was honored at a dinner
rendered< nuptial music piness roses. caring for the guests! white crepe. The overdresswas Sr. Attending the two punchbowls party last Thursday at the lei'I .

and accompanied Mrs. Randal Oayle Shuford of Lawtey were Mrs. J. D. Seymour 'of off-white" Chantilly werp Misses Edith Davis prison, given by the 26 women t.)
l Chltty soloist who Mrs Jack Trawlck Mrs. lace < with three-quarter. Ann Evans Elsie Olskl. ..
sang attended': as flower girl In a on the staff of the administration -
Whither Thou Ooest" and miniature dress and head- .I John D. Johns Mrs. Kenneth length, sieves.- Her shoulder Judy Fedders, and Phoebe building-

fThe Wedding Prayer." piece Identical to the bridal I Harrington Mrs. T. T. Long. lenttth veil of Illusion was attached Pope. The long dining; table !In
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Mrs.
Mr. Pater served his son as attendants in peacock bluegeorgette I to .a, hand-rolled rose After pending! some time the staff dining" room waa '
]best man and the usher and carried a mini- Oarl Mathews, Mrs. Luther crown. She carried a white with their guests the couple covered with a white cutwork I

were Robert C. Pater brotherof ature of the brides bouquet. Mrs.Powell Drew Mrs.Reddish.T. Mrs.H. Slade.Ben Bible. topped with a Colonial left on ;a weddlnar trip to doth and centered by a tall t" A.

the groom. David M. Surt- Andrew J. Barry Jr. served Moxley. Mrs. Jim Blood- nosegay -of white orchids and Daytona Beach. The bride silver candelabra hoMlng: 1'
derland Ala. roses, and white satin stream chose for traveling a blue the''
of Dalevllle. as ring bearer and was worth. Mrs. Wllla Mae Denton pink candles. Down I' 39
Alex C. Livingston of Keystone dressed like the groomsmen. Mrs. Resale Colson, Mrs. ers.Mrs. crepe bodice suit with a chiffon length of the table wits a ,,, _
and
Devrick chose for herdaughter'a black acresiortes.
Marlon K. !
Heights. garland of fern Interspersedwith
The bride:! 'given In marriage Robert Barksdale Miss Mary /
wedding a three With this she wore the white .
Newsome of Atlanta. Ga.
rosebuds. i sr
by her father was Carol Bessent, Mrs. Eve R.
and Robert O. Fitzgerald of piece dressmaker suit of orchid from her bridal bouquet Mrs. Richarde was presented -
lovely in a full length canalelight Godwin. Mrs. Lovree Coco- 'f
Melbourne.Miss peau de sole gown mise, Mrs Vic Frees. Mrs. cheynne brocade with which with a beautiful orchid
she wore brown accessories The counle will reside In
Martha Lois Long.I with a Dior bodice of Alen- W E. Dowllnsr. Mrs. MauriceANNIVERSARY corsage and an ecru cutwork .
Alumni
Villa Be In Tallahassee
tablecloth with 12 matcnlnu I
I Edwards Jr., Mrs. J. W. Kin- and continue studies: at napkins from the staff .
ca'ld, Mrs. Charles Darby, Florida State University.

: Mrs. A. E. McKinney Sr., Luncheon Given
Mrs. Pete O. Pelos. Mrs. J. Southside PTA

R. WalnwTltfht Mrs. Gus Hears Need OfSelfDiscipline For BridesmaidsMrs. $1.

Kopelousos Mrs. A. J. Barry
4fiic1: Mrs. John A. Torode J. M. Edwards Jr.. and

"c. Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Mrs. Sid Mrs. W. E. Dowling of I
SALE Shuford. Mrs. J, E. Hardy Dr. Henry R. Lyons Gainesville Starke and Mrs. Robert Le? "..

Mrs.! J, R. Chisteen: Mrs. psychiatrist, spoke to the of Lakeland entertained at a'''
Lamar Currle. Mrs. Bill Southslde Klementary: PTA brunch Saturday morning a>. I fake the lead ;
Thompson. Mrs. Vernon 811- Tuesday night In the cafeteria. 9 o'clock at Holiday Inn honoring

cox, Mrs. Marion Payne Mrs. He told of the need for con- Miii Mary Ann Long I
SEAMLESSSHEER PRINTED SUITS Harold Godwin Mrs. Olin'siKtent discipline and self-dis and bridesmaids! '

White Jr.. Mrs. R. P. Mc-'I cipline In our homes and The long dining table was /sin fall fashions
NYLONS . >for the part junior Lendon. Mrs. Maurice Win- schools. LlmiU need to be net centered with an arrangement -'.

gate and Misses Joyce Den.I I for children to help them develop of white carnations'with ''
You Q. fit you can count on, thanks to th. kntttofit Two pl_ unlined corduroy LckM M\n\ no w til iktrf.! mark Evelyn Sinclair Lee', self-dtacipllne, Dr. Lyonssaid. a ceramic bride :doll '
r.mfofc" d h.&l, ahMf flattery. end (alien h.d... ; 99'B...
Plum Darby. Nancy Dowllngr. Con II I landing In the center. Bri- .
Iow" I nle Chasteen Gayle Hatcher President Ralph Bryan pre- dal placecards marked fie' 29'9"3'
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Beige I Betsy Matthews Suzan I meeting seating arrangement for the I. 3.991
Pun
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T.upe 3 qu Aut.ACETATE 'rlnla was opened with a devotional
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Ci""" ..".* fo C. Edwards and Patricia Edwards given by Charles Reese mln- 12 /guests who Included Mrs.E. ;",
I Passing out rice bagS M. Long, mother of the *
later The yearbook and bud ; Stunning bit top In a crowd of
I were Sally Torode, Janice I. honoree. and Mrs. D.ir.: (
GIRLS i Currie, Malian Dowling and get presented committee J by Mr reports. Henry were Godwin Pater Jr. of Keystone \colon to mix or match with your

Debbie Edwards. I I and, All i. J..T. Prevail.Plarui Heights, mother of the bilde- favorite.skirts or lacks.. j 0*
TRICOT: PANTIES PAJAMAS On their wedding trip to I for the Halloween proom-el ct. --

Jamaica the bride chose for,Carnival Mere announced by During the brunch Miss
Fully cut, du/ bl. bri.fi. B."... qUIll lurk it w.'" Sotlrf color" bn Jed hlcet! (MpmM wMh Uct kiss art yoke traveling a Navy blue A-line I Mrs. Sidney Jackson. The carnival Ion presented her brl'Jul
and 'lgt it Mtwcly' bllKked. Double fabrlG cretth.$ 51zas nd sleev. dress with matching top : will be held from 5 to 0 I attendants with engraved '

5t09. sis ell coat, and Navy accessoriesand p.m. on :Monday[ Oct. 31, at demitasse spoons! from her )
: Pink: she wore a bride's roses the Pratt Street chosen silver pattern. '
.BluDIAPEHS playground.The c.'J \
93 corsage. The couple will reside .
6 I $3 carnival will begin witha I
w at Kessler Air Force parade and costume judging High School PTA 1
Base in Biloxi ML w. after starting at the Florida The- 9

Oct. 15.The after. Sixteen booths games of i Plans Homecoming

bride graduated: from I skills, rides and food standsare Dinner Event \e
WESTERNsJEANS Bradford High School in the' planned The entire community I
class of 1982, attended Florida Is invited to attend. I The Bradford High School

WM Nobl fin. quality iurglcl-typ guu di.per Super Southern College in Refreshments were served PTA will sponsor! a turkey''' iT/T
oft and button! for baby comfoct Quility w..tm. f Ie- In ....vy.w..ighl 13 3-4 tuna Lakeland for three years and by ,the sixth grade mothers. '''dinner Friday. Nov.of, In the _
denim. ot lupvr .....11. ass J to I 18. from Crawford W. I .
graduated
Mrs. Harper's second and third I High School cafeteria prccee-|-
Long: Memorial Hospital combination I Ing the Homecoming game. "
grade the
.... $3 Dei: 2 E! $5 I'u.' 1:08 School of :Medical Technology room count banner. The won executive ', The dinner will be served I I
Who., 3 Pee .J In Atlanta In July. committee meeting wan ,' from 5 to 7:30:: p,m .in order'''
The bridegroom graduated held at 7 pm. that' everyone can attend the :
from Bradford High School game. Alumni planning to reserve -
in 1962 and attended Ooor- a table for their class .
MENS DECORATOR Doyle ConnersSet i Beck!
r.ia-Tech where he gradveted :! reunion, please contact: :Mrs.:
PILLOWS last June with a decree' Open House J. B. Godwin M4-0675. (Mrs. ;
SOCKS
ORLON CREW in Textile Engineering He recently Robert Autry, 964-3711. or
graduated from Offi- Commissioner and Mre.1: Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr., president i-
Very rugg.d. Wy comfort bU. C -ordin.t. ttom" "with" IrfJtmnt rayon ,..In .......... Kjpok idling. U 1 hvg cers Training School at I Doyle Conner will hold open i] of the PTA.
pwtswvw.. Mitch<; ,'hem' with iw..,Mf.. color Mlvctan.' Buy NVM.t I l
Lackland Air Force Base In house ut their home. 2902 Ticket for the turkey din-

San Antonio, Texas and Is Woodalde: Drive Tallahassee. ner, which will include *U: the ,, .. .
41y. '1 77 .... '1 now a Lieutenant In the U following. the UF-FSU football trimmings will tm (1.23: for ,
i 88c' S. Air Force stationed. gum, Saturday. Oct. 8. All adult and 75c for chlMiaa WIder -
Kessler Air Force Bad a'i Bradford County friend!, J 12. ,

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roiitlnup the operation ot a I Its own .lutes: I 1 I comes vour arch enemy two

Contract Signed I M'cond umbulancx as Its roponslblllh' Oal'd"IUI'1i'ho" attempt\ to pars out ol three perhnps vou I
suatioplcal plant* n'jovv I! 'hniild change your planting
tLel's 'hnbit.\ It Is a safe bot Hint
In other action the Com-1 frost. line must exueci. .

Over Protest Of Chairman Johns :, mlslson Approved: payment of 52: I ,- for damage plant or protection pna\, wood e\cn. Iff you'd.you changed Mill etweather. wcaLh.lIlen. tl'I,,' II1M. -

Bi'adfovO: County's lonn- .ihead with the conn-art)\ foes for county employes! who (( If, you hive the nvnev
serviceemerRency however since I the necessary I Iol'lants 1 lake survival drKlna: course ( l'e are a number 01 ti-nt-llki-
pending amublance Ry Hervey Sharpe! \' 'the If I tho IIIIIH
bv on market -n 1.1. run
signed bv
be which Is belru! sponsored
apparently \\ can .
was I i1 rlita Ajtrh-ultnr81 Kxtentlon \ oej| H.llll>ll Illlll) Will l h.' M.I
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resolved Tuesday with the| Vice Chairman Da\e ShufovdInstead Bradford County Judge T. A ; III till- ..rrii-c "T. llllHlllux" M ,in,,
Johns. Randal Srvl thorn is some wnv' ta acntj i 1 Kloililii. SI.Hi' l'i ,-<"utii
between of | Yawn. Storke Mayor i iChitty. r.vrr.
of contract ,
signing a .,
plaftt. because ni r II" in
I on >x 3si. uiiir.>
Jessie Chastiln and the Florid
Commissioner:
and Dewitt C. WIIdY'j" ,
the county nifthts! It < iil.hhiir "ml liiHtnllliiK i>r Iii"1I"'Io'M -
side'l. with Johns In voting Patrol. The cO'lrsel U pos ,,
Jones provUHnu\ for payments : ITiahww 'III SllM| I'IIII."cI II !
of $1.0100 monthly to against the contract until I will start Oct 17 and\ consists : rROTKCTINO: : rl.\'o: temperature; inside p'n-' |lt<>Hllltilic. | Klilllllll. .Slllt... .
THE COLD cover to, lower ..nani : iiml ,not, ,iHiit"
FROM. drop i I'rOiiii tiii to '
such time as expendituresfor of four two-hour sesfrions ,
Jones staitlnpr In November. I ,, i .'> 1 III.in. In mi .\ M I 11 lit i,.1 I.,. i iI'lilll.
i temperatutf'llSome
Owr strenuous) objections ambulance service by the on sucessive! Mondays Plants are like some '' Si.| ',.in,.iillohn. IOMIIIIHtif I "
commercial plAnt
by Chairman Jerome Johns. county are legalized. I Agreed, at the request of both may stay out all ''I'O-I ') ,ilraporifii iiiuy lii." < ,|I", < 'IIIIt
feature \\ .
!! warm frt'lll tl h.- lllmVO nffl rI
Gene, I I
who said any expenditure> for County Attorney Ralph Pearsall. to Inspect: a of the niuht shaking; bt sprayers.: \VhN IIpr vour]I, I III Ml 'I, ,In. I Ii
would be Illegal\ Shaw; assured the CommlsI -, load Hampton which I .
this purpose II I neir shimmying like go-go II -
I cover! are 'home-made '
until enabling legislation Is < that the necessary legislation : has hern closed. CommisslonPI Humans enjoy their : i I' t 01 vri Ji, iM.i.:'. "-oi it'r.i .
would be parsed at the store-bought' be prepared I % .tsii KOII. nit IIIKOIIIJ]
passed by the Florida leRlslature. Chastain an1 Pearsall said life! but plants often do heating
water
use electric !
I xri1.mill) v.
f 0'
the Commission voted 1967 !session but John commerited -, tJic road had ben maintained
particularly when I \ to keep In nKnlMto: "fK
>'CII or R ItRht bulb I
to place the thou.sn.nd dollar : "That's, a matter of by the county and wa&j I ore shaking; from cold \\' j plants the cold'r ..HI' lllllwlllt. (,Ifl".l>ll>40<1I .
of opinion." and said there Is a I cozy on Miriti. I: '1'0 iinuiTons
bank
payments in a under county JurisdictionPearsall
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I Cold winds can Injure I I .
I AH iTiMiiinrH, i>r tho i itni'> 'il
Jones' choice to be disbursed possibility the Govel'nOl"rould stid: its closing] bad worse than wives who Actually, the be.it's, to, l:<.>..< llnlHiill. tlurriiHiMl' ., .in
to him later' veto such legislation. !shut! off access to his pas: I e> that the husband has I'rrrb.,. uutir.cil, ..mil. reiitiliml, :uflic
( cold damage! I Is to t.row .
Johnslaid he did not ...1.11".1., < i ,iki,.1 lsuhich
As a final !gesture ot obiec- ture. ; au' "
j a iiimht on the town col.J
that' ) hardy plants I thoy nmv Inn*' n ( nnftlil
want to do anything
tlon. Johns said he would I Assured Ou Wynn that''' There U no way to As example: if p MiisetMa.: *: fMtnti' 111 tit. offti ,. >l rionititv
withhold\ his signature from I would rmke him liable under lie new road to the Sampson I wayward husband for Christmas 1. % .nir ioalj .' jllitvi1. ...r iiilfitril. .. i "tin"
this his bond as a County Commissioner hn mn. ,HUM,-"
warrants for until Fldrlctit. in i
purpose ty.
Lake trestle! would be r<<'I'lIt-1]; Ms\ to come but If you j thev are melf'i! to the ,,,
I 'II'i l SlnrU> !rinrlila" ilhm x Ki.ilrndiir
such time as the Legislature pd to follow rldae along thei,, I ,, .. .
.on-I a row you can prepare by frost rlvee: years ,, "ti nitli from in. acted or the State Attorney Under term of the lake that would be of more:, for winter punishments. I ut of four before the ''ioll-: >r Hi* firm pUblication of thin
General !Rave an opinIon l i tract the Commission will'\ ', benefit to property owners.HeaM i I Plants rmulre ctlfft I I quit worrying! about the nnti. < <> Kiidi: rlHlni' i>r riiti., ittiltiitipt .,
nnil
declaring1 an emergency( pay: Jones!! $1.000 per month than fickle\ he In writing .mtij,
,! 'treatment I ,
a letter of complaint M.I, to tlpluir\ ur r..IoIo'n i niid
expenditure warranted; In] for the operation of one :am-: I I .. ,
from Carl Dtrden of, bands because they must I It may M'e'ollr money I |p..t l l office Hflllri-Kt llf tin ,1.1. "
Bradford County. 1 bulance in Bradford Cou.ity. I ln> uiirn i. vtli
anil nium (
about'the hardening of the mil'"
Keystone Club Estates velop an ulcer\ to buv a potted hiM ., hlhtti ..
HKent.
The Commission went and Jones Funeral Home will I claimant. 'M
condition of streets. eiles to stay< alive. i each year I "rni-.v.! or It will lun-unu"" \ .'ul'
I izhts-of-w. tall w"eds. and: So have a heart plant-plan'm If you enjoy the ';'Mid wovk .h"'dll\lf i : I.. U.\vCiiHtmhtr

other unsuhtlv conditions NO RAFFLE NOTICES the area and were told by 'o they won't succumb : lamentine eaclcar! < when I i\i-i: nirlxif, tinI'm: n.' fI t tI1.
the first cold Start .... 1111\.11.\ ,ilf., ,. ., il I
the road foreman that the snap er ornamenta've: : kilI I: < ; > The Coronet give* joo ad fttectrfc
PUEASE: 'voik wii: be done 'process now as it may th. '. 'rll'> |')>MA' riKIK-K: C
soon. by first! vr the .;- :Vorth T..nrtpl1* A\. typing...at onty a ittto fpon ttaa ttw catf
Assured Republican Com-! two months to do the .iob to plant .'ea..< and ,-. I'' k.Fl..Tirta\ .
mltW>ema.1 K E Hanar that I so, remember that even plants 1 t-.t ptiblu ..iti.>n <>n .pii'inTERWiLLEOAR '
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In spite! of repeated notices! that we can .. Republican worker would I hardy shrubs can be ) But if the we.it!: 'inbe: I.. ..' 1"66.,
not publish such material. The Telegraph; be ; thov Ar". full of tender : U :fI
placed on the polls Lnfttch 1----- --- -- p----- \ "" '
continues to receive requests! for advertising precinct in the Genera! Ice Hlces to form 'In "' FULL 88 OIARACTER KEYBOARD fb. KOSM

the sale of chatnces on various!' objects Ejection if one could be: watery: stems' The tiny ,. as cm office electrics plus full-length vp-frant tabulation. -,

by clubs organizations, and individuals.In found in each precinct. ., :ce crystals puncture cell -=- Set, clear, tabulate from the keyboaid.
and spell doom to the MOTORS 5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS

the eyes! of the Post Office department, The first step in at your fingertip command: tpacea.dot*,daube Xt and

such sale of tickets constitutes a lotteryand ,I 1 tender shoots is to cut out underlines. Type faster. etectncalljf

as such, cannot be Mnt through the U. LORIDAONTROL foods like nitrouen Better TVAVMm. Totwnrmm PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR wet Hx teach':
top feedin* the plants IN ONLY TEN DA YSI
ATTENTION YOUNGSTERS
S. mails. Calling the sale a "donation" does!'! 1If you are the Get 5 LP records and instnxx that Phases you, and electricity does fEo vodc "print

not change the meaning in the eyes of Postal I !gardener vou have dOG pages in a handsome caM perfect" every time!

authorities.We EST <*.....r-fM;! the shrubs all 8 Thru 13 for only $3.95 when you pur- ALL THIS AND MORE -Page Gage5*. CDmoSet'nlch '"

se this handaome. new Adjustment, Forward-Glide top deck, Quick Set"*Mar-
are sorry that we cannot comply! with mer.A fAidry! fall with South-Corona portable! gins and a deluxe Trimlioe carrying case. "
requests to print notices of such sale of Punt Pass and Kick Contest
iaiy: :orlnsr tem
tickets and subsequent "drawings.! If we *T.h a :.at* Indian KEEP IN FASHION WITH TODAY'S NEW KINO OF ELECTRICAL UYINQ

do, however, we run the risk of having that i! also helpful In

I issue of The Telegraph barred from the plants: : :n shape to take SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8

mails. brur.: of weather sent! to
CHEMICAL CO. rida from Yankee land 10:00: A.M. -
We would appreciate it if all clubs, other If frost pays a Wt Only $159-36

organizations and individuals would under PHONE the plants have time to : BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL Plus, Tax

stand out position in this matter and would en cover them with

cease to submit such items for publication. 964-3965 ;, tic wood. straw or sheets of STADIUM


BRADFORD i If you u. COUNTY 539 EAST to remove the air-tight CO-SPONSOKED BY BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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erial shortly after the
Starke Recreation
TELEGRAPH Department
CALL STREET melts If It is not -.' 1

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L rushes Jackets 390S :'4th Straight Here Tonight .....tIi.. ,' Of Ipplli'iillon henS. FurTn. *.??. :

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Over Orlando Stjirke'a B team will play NUT"( i: is in-.iiiiy"; :": /OivK.V .

Lake City's B squad here tonight : Ihnt, Ir. T. .J I Alilnrman,
rampagIng Torna- was brought down by the game/ time left.Second -l- I It.. ''w.'h..r. I th.' ?til low Ing' .
MH: rolled to a. decisive 39-01 last Jacket defender in his Half as the Baby Tornadoes fertlflcHtPB, haH fllwil mild, o..rtlfkatxB -" '.--
I victory over the St. Augiui- ,I Stnrltf lampugLng Torna- seek their third win in four for n tux ilfi-d, to h*
Harry Hatcher carried OUtImost
path.On doe Jackets last FrI- ,
4jYe1Iow this
series of
down. of the Quarterback duties and years of iHsilnnrn1'thv
1CIIL\yln.1gl1t at BHS stadium. : halfback David Shannon during the second half $ victory here Friday The game was actually set
1e attack was led by senile picked u;> 3 yards to the 11 end was able to keep the night ngatnpt an Improved. for Lake City. but was rescheduled iinil, In. names In whlih. .It Was..,(lUMfieHrfid
Class AA Orlando Oalc for Starke., accord ire aa follnwffivrtlfliato '
Ridge
EQuarterback Wayne M-::-, and 'n
Wayne :McLeod ga.nej Tornadoes in
threatening ofIftciianri
:No. H7.'nr
| football team.In ing to Chuck Mason." B team I
eo4. as. he uncorked five T.B.1 2 yards on a keeper which position on two occasions but I head '1944rnwnlption ">u
coach.
In the first half of games plnyed, to( date I of Property BEO: .
I made it
J1U5eS 3rd down at the 9 was unable to click for the
Oak RIdge has been bo.item by The Baby Tornado squad a-t NW'/i' "f NK14'
,$. Starke's explosive ofEve yard line. A 5 '1'. D. : NI'i: f.ri.'ltrr :
yard penalty Orlando Boon. 27-0 and, Orlan- 'easily won from Orange Park I I ; i POll S 1"B. W
has scored 107 points against Starke placed the ball J. Roy Chastain. junior I do Colonial 19-0. Their lone i last week 19-0. Bill Adams I IliB', :N l 105'. 13 I OS' TO I'OH seew". .
three ball games to on the 14 and set the scene halfback. found running I I'KK .I'ltop/ for house on
: \'utUlY: was over a stubborn j'scored twice and Buddy Tra- \> rag. III nil,, Hm2.. T-N-$. R-23
. McLeod has fltj'jr- for the first T. D. toss by room on several plays: In the Orlando: Evan's team 9-7 I wick once to account for tho -i: "

In more tnan McLeod. The rangy senior second half and picked up I Commenting on tomorrow touchdowns. Nam. In whlrh II.M..d V
' > total. I !!"cllrll1111.: Invmttment" Com- ,
\ quarterback spotted end Lar- good yardage.Every nlght'a game Tarnndo Head } During the second half of ?,

jp P Dually deserving of highJ3e < ry Brown wide open In north Tornado player saw Conch Dnvld Hurse salil, "\\* the contest, substitutes flO'lv-1 l Hny All "r nnlil. proiM-rtv, being 'a

was Big Red's mn nl- end zone an* pitched him a action against the Yellow I are Anticipating our hardest led In and out of the game for : In tho "'"unl.t Hradfnrrt. M

nt defensive play. This perfect strike for 6 Jackets. Tex ,I Slit' of Plorhlu, '''.,
Patrick full. Starke
pointsReese ,game. thus far In the season" '| and 63 players saw ac- "I'nlefH Miuh certificate. or .
J fey bar.d of grldders has failed on the try for back had a couple of nice Class. AA schools are ttlvt.iyal tlon. This Is the largest football tV.rt ifkit'e Hhnll be. r'dewnieI

essfully bottlei-up:! nl) the exrta point. runs to his credit near the I t tough and big. Oak Ridge him ]I group ever assembled. at S/I"'d.-, to. law the property '

V lye attempts:> by th"l- Less than a minute later end of the game. n tine passing game and a big I(' BUS. Some 13 boys are yet to ,l..I 11.,1 In ,.,i.'h ,'"rtlfli I ..ate or "

nenta and has not yleld- Paul McLeod took a pats Defense "Great" I J. Roy CIiUHtrvii (right) looks. for. runnhis: room ut .l.uki't ile.,'n.n. <'|OH.*H In und defensive unit. HOWCVCM.. our !!'report for game night becausethe cprtlflculi'n hlKhent bl.liler will. b.nt. .aol the lil to court the h

( ven so much as a singleLBelote'g from .-.n'y Miiytuu ((1'.u. 70)) roiuuH. to hU wel.t.I i'' '
brother Wavne And Coach Tony Griffith sum boys! should ''be tip for the necessary paper work for IIOIIHU, iloniun the first Monday

V, t. Starke led: 12-0. Reese failedon med up the defensive effort I ;Same and that gives us a lit- their eligibility has not been I In month of Novemhcr t9Q, ..
uhlfh I IM I ihw 7lli I day ot ov'ni- _,,,
Punt Return the extra point try. with Just one word "GREAT". I I-- tie edge. i processed l by the Florida High I I I'i' I 1'IAilIiritnl!) '.

J 1 Q the early stagre of th" Marlie Sanrterson! rnr<"l "0 Roger Chllson. Larry Brown. The passing game r"f"rredl J School l Activities Association> I. thin' ..th iluv of ()etoi. -

.' quarter BIlly Belote re- I' -ardn with Wayne McLeod'a Jim Godwin and Ronnie TORNADO 4 to by Hume features Halfback The squad should total some !in-i.. I in"mi. V"

'V a. punt 60 yards toni'Jacker third T. D. bomb. Marlie Tomlinson were stand-out:! Pat Hlgga anti end. Lane 73-80 buys hofoiu th" end, of'' .IHI\I.: )

14 yard line. He barely missed \a nr''"<"". '7'1 performer! throughout the I Lauderback o.t the. I'ccelvlng'' the season ncronllng to J!fa-:> ')1..,,1 I I.'Io.orl.''t < 'ir.',, ."Mlt.,\. i'i lnrlii nirt), \'"t nrudnl .

: yard pTa:' as a jacket defender :lop-sided contest. TALESBy end and Quarterback Larry son. t. ''I, ( '..irt V Plnrltlt

: deflected the ball at t.ho Chuck Reedy, Jacket fullback Powell doing the tossing. 10/0 41. 1 lIt :JT .
BOWLERS I ..
I last moment" Reew made the carried the burden of .FIM TEl'.......) Defensively Oak Ridge will -
extra point and Starke led St. Augustine's effort. He have a lot of weight In the .

Attend Meeting Tonight ; 19-0 as the first quarter tarrIed the ball or was involved middle of the. !line. Ronnie

I1 at Starke Recreation close in Bowon ((233 1"9.and) I
l pass patterns on 27 Plenn Gnnn.n 131 pound junior Jerry
J>ept. Bldg., 7:00: p.m. Ree' e Breake Loose different plays. The Jackets defensive pecialLat, looks Boehm ((227 libs.) are ochectul-II NOTICEREGISTRATION

had the ball 17 like ed to .start. at the tackle I
Mldwnv Into the vconditanzi on different anything other than a positlon. .

Joey R'ese' brok !nto occasion and Reedy picked:! threat to his opponents. However .

':;' the clear behind the Jacket up most of the 43 yard : looks are deceiving In Big Red has yet to have Us. I

: iS TARKEBUSINESS I'efender and went for pav- gained by his team. this! case. Plenn usually gets a I Red-Hot offensive! stymied and! : BOOKS
hopes to have
things In
'Mrt good crack at the ball carrieron high
: on a p'av covering, ?0 "'T'''''''TH'. '
for the
"lIrc!,. Joey's kirk for thi.. extra Illlt ,,'r. .\ every Tornado kick-off. .. j"IO.- "1 I gear Oak Ridge con
I
point wan not rood and! Frt: Down 1 U A .,.,._.............. ...,.,.", test. CLOSESATURDAY ;
Yniil" ttiKhlnur' 208< 44VnrilH *?r :. .: jBSiKruvjb- ..
I the score stood at 25-0. .. Larry Brown I Is the leading I ..:.-.'I *.*"... .. .
Pufamir 1 111 1 ::11 JpES : ..... ,//II.' '1
As ths first half cam to 1'nswin.. u-u S'U! tackier for Big Red. lie has ""'" -. Ira. 94 ul, NI-J ,for uf \\.I.' ..t''

,DIRECTORYI an end Reese attain$ sUpoert! runup.* IntprnptPii Hy 1 I : been. credited with 16 tackles e ''; ,; V NW >,4 .H ti.ll'V 7JIC. I t., I Ei.Ii i I OCT. 8 :
Punt.. l i li'W (ill Jill ,,
I 7 and 8 assists to date.! He had I .N .n I IJ It W
behind a Jacket defender forM A\prnit' Punt 88 35.dKumnlen several stand-out Big Red riwks Juvtj-t lull, carrier halfback' NOel! Perry fur' 'LSI ISIS a W07.4V" I.. 1'011( )) !''I.., .

IJTO REPAIRS second T. D. reception: \ )l.ont 1 ((1 I efforts another AuguMlnp. lo.-PI1ot.. )hy Cunily \\otxlliiirn. -M. T-S.S. K-S2-I i.: I
He also booted the extra Yariln I.ont IVnnltlP IDS 54 against St. Augustine last X..."in. In \\hnh I, I HHMPHNPI) I .
110\ ,NrORK week. JOHI, "nil A. Wrili l : ',
I Earl's Garage I point anti Stark took a IIHS 25 14 0 0-34 All I of unlit.' |"irnit' ''it I ty lit'liiic, in 'I I Iill The Office of Supervisor Will Be :

$ rnmwinndlnsr half time lead ST A 00 I) 0-(I" ( .. the 4',,iiniy nf lli.iiiri.r" ,l '
ALL KINDS OF
of 32-0. Joey Reese was sidelined RECREATION State of f r bruit. Open From I to 5 Saturday :
iJAtlTO REPAIR WORK NEWSVomem'n \ p.m.
.
(because of sickness) at the I I'lileHH I HIM' 'li t < ,rt.f: li .iitt or
V .1// All Work Guaranteed Dnvlj Shannon swept the FFA Officers half last Friday night. lie "Mlfli ,ate,* chill I In. i.1.<.lt.tin.. UIII ,

,,.. Phone 969-2964 ridht end for 7 yards with Attend CourseIn caught two TD passes In the .i.".il luir-.. tn.._ m'law, I..h.i.. .p'.onn....._... ..,.. For The Convenience of Those :
1. ,
I fli"M'rlb.t I In mic'h i prtlf. I I .lonltior I
So. Walnut. StarkerAUTO 10:21: showing on the clock first half I however and Volleyball Luugu. (I Strickland were the big uprtirifHtPiilll' LII HI.hi.. t.. :
guns
' as the 3rd Quarter srot under- LeadershipFFA brought his total TD I hi' hlichvHt Itlilttt'i" nt th Who Have Not Already Registered. -
: SERVICE way. Marlie Sanderson split to five for receptions League play for Women'sVolleyball I[ for the winners. In the IIP.cond court; hoiiHi.,: iloor, on I,Ii.. first'I ; 1'

" i the I officers from both the the season. has been changedto game Bradford BarberShop Mi.nilay l. I I In month I of :No\..m-i I
uprights led
and Starke
'Bradford and Starke Joey is working over-time this Thursday nights and the I trounced Baldwin Chevrolet hen titUS, which l Is. the 7th day' .
[Gilbert S. Brown j I 39-0 with 22:39: minutes of Chaptersattended week and should be ready to first league games played. 700. The passing of of Novemli" I'Hill.DiltiMl I .
a Leadership TraIn. .
1 this, Bib -Uy' of Otto-
SSUadarJ Oil :service Station)I'' !I Ing School at Gainesville High go tomorrow night. Thursday .night Oct. 6, at the I DonnJe Falcon paced the win loin' I nidi,. I IChurlpM :

"r ATLAS u.t ysazS.rIu( i39 School on Sept. 29. armory. The first match will ner's attack. 11'11'\1.) I 1\m8 (JEN EVA FLYNN. :

M1t,21UsvGETTING Jim Godwin senior tackle be at 7 p.m. and will put runt-l'iuw) ami Kirk Contest A. bony .
TIKES & BATTERIES i ijs'Budret Officers from the FFA
I State -
dork of (flifull "t .
( 'iiirt' Itritifrtl
V turned In another stellar Hurst Shell Supervisor! or Election
-
performance against Noegel'sAuto The annual PP4-K Contest
'II
Association and I
Terms-Road Service former national County, F I'ni"tI a.
>, V Phone 964-7071 UP and state officers con : against the Yellow Sales. The second match' will be held Saturday morning 10 ,il 41, lI" 'I I .
Jackets. Jim has lots of desire. will send Starke Builder's I Dot 8 .
eM N. Temple StarkelIIURST'S | ducted the 0emlna.r < at 10 n.m. at the BHS I
"( MAKES MANY Bradford officers and loves to mix it up. He had Supply against Team No. 3. I football field. The event Is
Chapter
. .. 1 NIGHTS FEEL OLD Newman two things going against him ; Men', Flag Football! j sponsored attending were:
Ronny ;
After 39, common Kidney' or Bladder I Yr.rtt.tIanl *'I lost week-a cut chin and ;
an. The Men's ] Ai '
City League Flag and conducted
often occur. na may. in ft It* you. James Allen Gregory by the \ fri Tr"i i -4b
\ SHELL tense .And. both nervoitv dy oDd front night.too frequentpMitff S""oDd1" | Alvarez L. J. Kite and David 1 upset stomach but had more Football program got underway I Taiks & Recreation. Dept. A .. _

Service Station arlly, you ro.jf 10.. Bleep and suffer from Scott. game tIme to his credit than Tuesday night at the party for all participants will aJerome
.{ Redachea, BAoknoh and feel' tIredi' I V
old. any other Tornado. BUS field with a double-head be
'.. Can. Oils Lubrlcrtion depre.M l. In uoh irritation. CYBTBXnvually All officers received valu- given Saturday night, Oct.
' bring fait, relaxing comfort bycurbing1 able Information at the workshop er. In the. first /game 8, at 7:30: at \the Starke Re. ,
' How about
McLeml'spacing Sinclair
by ln relief. GaS Wayne whipped 1 Thoma5'1 creation Center. Awards' will
that
S ROAD SERVICE g l T&d. : I'-/; will help improve
:
( botur laaw the chapter organizations dur- I ? Sanderson's inter-] Control 34-7. Jimmy be presented to the winner
'301 and 100 Starke ;
,. ]ia Tomlin.son'rugged defen.tlve
The chapter advisors have ,
play? J. Roy and BeloteI
,
announced that Gregory Alvarez
: nnd the rnmes In which It .van, 4 .VI, 111.van" I
U. S. GOOD and Lamar demons will predict Oak Ridge will be IIHHOHHt'fl! ni <> flfl foilOVCVrtirtftifn .' All of N,,till'" |I", ..|.. l I li 'I.<. lll|
J attend the National FFA Con. Vo. 12 Yf.'ti.. 0 11,.. I '""nl\ nl, iiiinir" iii. - held scoreless and! Red
.
vention In Kansas City, Mo., Big f*".mi.n< .* 1 tfl I "f l Floi,'lila |
local will make It four In a rurw n..I."n' i "f Pr.m>rt\V l I." tii1os. to "I.. r V' I 1.. .1. ',
Sept 8-16. aa chapter \this Friday.National. I, r. /.f HI.K 15 frrmliv. 1..11' I'Pl'tlfltati, .,r *li ill I I. I "'mi. '"I'
BEEF SALE! delegates. Both boys are juniors Hhort* iK-i'nrillnic I.. law th i r"I''rl i I
at BHS and are leaders I 1 Vntn* In u IHi, h unNPMtM'iJ, |I''hlHfntn ..- ,ilOMrriltpil. 4 In,, ,HII.,.V )h "V i "' it i |,
In their respective chapters. I Guard HotnoH 'Int ..,. ttinlfi. an I H .ill I.. K "I.I V
'I I All of said 1 prftpirlv 1,.*lnjr( InMi tin', lilHh'M' liliMi-r"' .it. thi. < ''urt' '
... They will take, a charteredbus Sets Multiple '1 ) ,. 'rMMiv.., of Hill-It'.1, Stnt"< IIOIIHP, tlonr un I lh> flr-M, 1 :M. n
with a group of Future ..r PlurftlnI'lllHHH. month of .VHM, m'' 'lou 1' ,I'!"Mwlilcli ... I
:CHUCK ROAST ou Farmers from Alachua County 1 Drill Sessions I Mitch (''Hrttrif,'i. 0 I IK 'Ili, < ill ,ilm. "ti l Ni,
': ,...i.t. If.Irfttcy I Hhnll I I In riot< STEAK LB. .59c i and will make a stop at the I tr... 101.Ml .'. V.in l iti-il. I HilM.th' il.,11 V .f ')). "ti.lll II -
!, Purina Research Farms in St. Co. D I Mail-it 1 53rd apt I .nrdlntr to I..w. |lie' l ro.rl", I >'f, )I'Hill.''; :

CLUB or RIB STEAK LB. 79c I Louis Bn., the local National Guard. di'Mri $Ihpfl. In ,ooh. rnrtlflfHtH or '1'11'\1.: ) II
Mo.James corflfUmtMH' will' I IIH HO.I.I| | to th- .
I Allen Reporter unit will conduct multiple OliurlfH A. l>aiiv. ) ,
hlifhPHt l hld".r at the court <'lt'rk ,of ,I'lriiiil. ,, Cir, ,.tl|
tALL I Bradford Chapter training sessions this Satur- I 'thi. "Mon liv
( MEAT STEW Lb. 69c lnMitutloor it?) rtrnt l.railfon) "i'niiiit, ,> |1..1,1"| i iI.
day and Sunday at the local In month ..t Ntivimlifr. l IH 4rt.,
1.1') 'ii It 1527otIp i
,.; 1 whl'h| In th> 7th' titty nf No-
; RIB STEW LB. .39c Teaching, Nursing armory. \emhpr. !I'III( .
/. I The unit will devote the or .\pi.II.'iiiIna, .Iror. 'r.I .,
Itntfl 'Ills :;th !Icy ">f Orlob .
I.. .1 I Ibe.
Scholarship weekend training to attend- ..r. Itftfl .
Illl.Ill. K. N.
l feRISKET
i STEW 3 Lbs. $1.00 ; Exams Are Set ing classes on various military (HKAI'hiirli'M( I.) .\ rmrliv :NllTli'li;( : lit ll>:/irllY" (;IIV

( KN hint Mr 'I' .1 I Alilirninnthp ,
subjects and Instruction '
ri .rk >f *"Ir ii''' < ""rt f.r III iid-'" I .
IFRESII GROUNDHAMBURGER who I In various types of equIp- for (',,"nlv. .Klorl li. hi..Io1..r i I ,hi f'.lli.u' IliK.
to students .
I Loans <'P.IIr""I" '-' haH fll lou" ,al'f, .itlfl.
: Lb. 39c I plan to enter the service ment. !III> It 10/2", .'" Ins fur u "lax
I, The unit will have its annual I ..'... I )HHII.01| thi. r,"i>n Thi,i. ,i.rtlfl'in I I Iiinil..re
oieas of teaching and nursing S otlpp Of "|piIl.'el| In TIMllrpil ..., .
anil v HI "f 1M"""" VI
SMOKED OR are awarded annually by I inspeclon by the Inspector I I DIP il.'Hi. .i,11" I.IM:, of th. Ira> i>. rty
NOTIl'i" ': l li IIHHIIHV': fllVKV
FRESH PICNIC LB. 39c [ the Florida. State Department General from Third.: I : I thatlr t T .1. AMprmnnth nml tin numi in. 'S 1'dh i, II w ,l '

1: of Education according Army Headquarters on November I t I,<- h"M i th. ?r"wlnI HHpM.HNi.il nr.' an. fi lloMflVrllfl ,,
I ... ( .'it. ;N I .7 V "i I
j hiifllPil
School Superintendent 15. irtiriuitp b unlit I IS -r
to County
GEORGIA RED HOTS OR I 1".II"n.',' 141I
WEINERS LBS. T. L. Casey Jr. "We are happy to have. the'i S tlflrntpH. thi-ii f'ir>nn H t III"Th,''1.1,inrlIfliilnumhpm l I tn. hilatied I' I 1'... ""II'U"" .1, '1'1'' ''''' .oj' II.. Griffis of Starke Buys First
3
$1.00 I These may be canceled by hew, armory under con.struc-I nn.lntirii. of Imt'inni .

erving- In the chosen profession lion but we must 'Ihp dim rliin| i. of .ihp pn.i."f| ,
I ont th..' n.im In which It wiuar.M'H 1967 ChevroletMac
i PORK CHOPS LB. 79c stress our
( I for each year the attendance and < il nrp' .''H fnllnwft'rurllflratp :

1 CENTER CUT loan is awarded. he said. training in our present facilities .'o. Ml. Yi-nr 01 Owra

The Practical Nursing Program ," said unit commander ,lasusn, ..., I'll: I EOWl Baldwin Looks On As Jim Lawson Hands The Keys
1 I.s.rti i $ ti of 'tironi'itv, Tyi*
Capt. James
F.
FLA. FRESH GRADE A is available to student Bloodwoith. .. .
t t/2l'>th .INT: I IrTrnrt
I li of Hr K "I'
FRYERS LB. 31c ''or adults 1 who have completed "It la necessary that all .: ,.( IMlf-...'il Onk.. 8'Tl' ON VACATION ? Of This All New 1 967 Impala Air Conditioned Super
Guardsmen attend each Name In whl.'h IIHHKHHI .'
All
the 10th grade.
i "'',",.lhAm Sport To Mr. Griffis The First
others must be seniors or training assembly! if at all IIlnld..r lie Coupe Early Day Of The
Fresh Cedar Key All' of MiM' i roirtv licInK II I
)Mgh school graduates. Other possible capt. Bloodworth! I the County '..:- Ilrailfonl 'tat, Showing Of The 1 1967 Line Of Chevrolets.Mr. .
added "for reay> of FlorlilH"
MULLET LB. 23cFRESH nursing programs include the many m
such as training received frlpn HII' cpreiflrnta, or
diploma [3
professional ,'prt I the. I.e -h"i1l ti.. rpdf., ni,.ilrcor 1
years!, the associate Junior military obligations. Insofar ; linir, t'. Inw, the 1ror i-rt\
3 AND DOWN college degree [12 years), the as Army regulations and ilow. rllipil ,in, iirb rprtlfl.-iti, Griffis Being So Well Pleased \Vith His Impala Super -
Selective or rprtlfl. ,in. will I I... .".lr"| ti.
Service
basic collegiate ((4 years require- tsp, hlich.'-i bldilPr, at t .>. That He
Sport Purchased here in I 965 decided the
SPARE RIBS LB. 69c ments are concerned well .
?nd two advanced study programs as ..urth",".. .1..1' on th.. 1 tir'tMonilHV ,
leading to the bachelor's as It being ev nMal for !all In ",.nth i lit Vov.-n, "I '
deal On This 67 Was Too Great To Pass
Impala
or master's degree. members of the Guard teamto 11(08( whlih .. the Till, il .\ ofVovimihor Up.
GRADE ASMALL : I "::4. ,f
The amounts of the loans be present if we an to r
nnfixl. I IM- .th lay, of '"t.i I I
HENS LB. 27' varY from $300 a year to have an outstanding", unit." I..T linn .
I :.\ I The Cars Are
siSOO and
a year for nursing rhnrl... A. Imil.yrprl I Coming Every Day .
MOO a. year for teaching; [(4 CORRECTIONRay | < nf fir.' 'i't' ('ilirt.. of "...

WE GIVE GREEN BACKS years!. Gore has assumed du- ford ('.."nIV Florl'i .t.j Soon There Will Be A Wide SelectionIn
10/ 4t to JNnflcp
Applicants must be resl-i, ties as assistant! area forester --. I, .... PuN

Green Backs are redeemable right here in our dents. of Florida [tl vesrj) uith Oilman: Paper Of \1..1..1.| fur ins All Models To Choose FromTHERE'S
Co.
I I St.fary's TOM houM. >. into.. yoa., protoot' weft
citizens of the United States heed
t store No sending off or waiting Green Backs I' :\ Kraft Division. :Mrs MPP. llll.lil., K. I. Nungt/ M wairitlM tend, ittadt,

are redeemable for groceries, meats vegetables and In good health. Gore and children plan to ? (iTT'I.; 'IS' MFIIKHV: OIVEN ImuriM* pspwl t tu records:

I Your choice of anything in our store-Start savIng The scholarship loan tests:'I move from Panama City as that Mr T ..i.u.i..rnanthe ..... from,' Art mid tti ft Ptrliapi yeS
will be administered by General holilir the folliiulnupprll I donl know stout tti. H.rcul'.. ONE JUST FOR YOU
: them today! And remember- Supervisor L. H. ', soon ai their home Is sold flrttti'f" "ItS filPil at Iii i nrtlflVntPK IIode4 IX M1(.- , OlbRonj' an can be relocated In f..r. "i tux d..pol l i lo 4 I... prlvK office.' I Ifl only 20ft
Get It Back With Green Backs" In the Conference Starke. l*..u.<1 thpr" 0 The n-rilflfiil' kigh walll 12S pounds,, ud It COME SEE IT.
l/'You/ the USO Building f North ,I, numl.. H.I..! yearn of Immiini, ". lifted by Undtrwritert' UbW -

Temple Avenue. Stark el from: the tI ltwrl!>' n of the 111'1'\' .... liwltt to HJ
drop
>,,tlr<> or t..n'l<.".i..n .'..' 'r.. anil, th. n..n'> In which It wan j jfH I you
It to 11 a. m. on Tuesday Deed ...PHN.ll IT. IN f'Ilw.Cerrifi. f lad Mk tbovt II todsjL

Oct.: 11.Aopllcants. .l4.... 5.4.iC. F. s.VOTICK .11.. :'I1D. 91. Y.ar..1 I .

needed! fnis may at the obtain the I :, that Sir Hi T HKKKHV!J: AMormtn' OIVBV ,- linuan.'e 11454De.niti.n of propnrty Corn: I Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH I IIJilllCHEVROLET\ \ \: \ Inc. V

super- the holder of the following on s: fti'p. 'fhurrh, !il.t whttre
visor's office. o,.rtiffrai'.a has file.! .ad| cmtlflcate N Tlm" 'f SW'or\ "5J'cralse. .
> WE STOCK A GROCERIES I' AH forms must be com for a tux COMPUTE LINE OF
thereon' The certificatefiumbere I-OII. 'Stun li 10 "'t. K 112 Ft.
( pleted'prior to the testing : I U. S. 301 NORTH PHONE 9643900l'IIfJIUiIUY.
,
.
and year of |Iigui'tc. :.V U "'t. WliY to FOB Sac I date. the deecrlptlon of the propjrty, 21. '1'. (-S. H-JJ K I V






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i: sa BRADFORD COUNTY TKUGOKApa. STARKD. BXOIUOA
-- -. THURSDAY.! OCT. B. 1968Ainl


: 'School Board 2-Car Collision Bookmobile MAYOR'S COURTThe I --

I
." Near LawteyDrivers Schedule Cut
Eyes Plans following cases were.
i disposed of in Soy
escaped uninjuredIn To Half TimeThe Mayor's Court tjWb

Cuts Costs a two-car collision one Tuesday night:
Santa Fe Library Raymond Marvin Collins
Regional
mile east of Lawtey on SR IS FIREPROOF
Bookmobile will cut service reckless driving 27.50 bond
225 Monday afternon.
Preliminary plan for the
to Bradford days.
to
Ove new Bradford-Union Area Vocational The accident occured whena County
r I half time starting October 1, Donnie Hugh Crawford
1964
Plymouth driven
Technical Training sedan -
I it was announced this week. reckless driving, 727.60 bond
Center were approved by the by James Milton Lee
Brl\( It }. ; Only one run will be made forfeited.
pendlremerlrl School Board at Its meeting Starling, attempted to pass a rach month. with stops at Jerry Lane Dempsey, reckless
''here Tuesday. I :1988 Dodge sedan driven by
$27.50
driving bond for
Lawtey on the second Monday
renolnslgnlm I The first phase plans Included -IIf Ivery Blame Thompson. fel ted.
and at Brooker. Orahnm,
kc
blueprint drawing. presented Starling's: car struck the Jesse Bradley reck.
Cooper,
i _ 1a- Hampton and Starke Libraryon
the to .Ute board by architect one driven by Thompson in the second less driving, $27.50, bond for-
:Don The center will left Friday.
: Morgan. the rear and' skidded feited.
Jones 4' be located at Orange St. and The revised schedule is as
merits about 300 feet before comingto follows Howard R. Wandron voluntary -j
: I
--I Brownlee Road In. Starjte. a stop. intoxication and Indecent -

Jones Ovc M The board also agreed to March of Dimes Picks ChairmanThe Damiffi: to the Plymouthwas EC'l'nrt Mondiv of each exposure, pleaded guilty
.
meet at 7 Thursday to month: Lawtey Junior Hlfrh!
bY C L- pjn. estimated at $200. The and given ten. days.
decide .whether to aoceptf( the Bradford-Union Chapter March Dodge sustained only minor; School from noon to 1:13: p. Reid reckless
who l ( of of Dimes hits named m.. and C. C. Anderson School Roger Klay, I I1'roy M....1 25 Safe
,new addition on 'Lawtey Junior ,
this flJ Jim Temple (right) as 1067 campaign director, ulth Gene damage. 2 driving, $27.50: forfeited.
to
unttl ', il' High School which la expected Rayburn (left) as co-director, and Mrs. Harold, Godwin( repreS5fltiflg 2:30: p.m. Nathan Smith drin- Won that's line. But s fireproof building
;
; to be completed Tlpurs-!! REGISTRATION: BOOKS On the second1 Friday of minor can act as an incinerator for its
resisting arrest -
king as a
passe ;k ________________ I day. :. ,tlW the Junior Woman's Club of Starke, and rluilriiinu of (CLOSE SATURDAY: each month: Brooker School by running $27.50 or fivedays contents during a fire. And con-

laturi \9..- : The board assigned some the Mother's March In Bradford (County. John Cummlnjfs from 9:25: to 10:15.: Grahtm on each count. tents include paper records! Loss of

to pi I high school students to adultI state representative for the National Foundation and Mr... V. Saturday, Oct. 8, is the deadline !Mrs. L rever'.. house 1 from out vital of' 100 records firms-never the main reopen reason after 43 a

payitJonet _ _ I education classes In order to J. Spengler, chapter chairman met with the group lout weekto for registering "before the 10:30: to 11 a.m. Hampton FOR SALE: Set Of twin fire-can put you out of business.

ed to ., obtain courses the students formulate plans for the January campaIgn General Kleotlon In November. School from 11:15: to 12:30: p Hollywood beds: solid maple A Meilmk, 8 Label safe' will give,
wanted. Mrs. Jeneva Flynn, Supervisor you Underwriters' Laboratories
m. Starke [service
As S ___ ___ i ''Two county school buses of Elections, announces Library twin bed. crib and mattress.! eertifiej, fire protection. Think it over.
I stop, at 1 :SO p. m.
tlon.withl, j drtven.1 that registration books will be Used refrigerator, $20. Then drop in.
also rerouted: the one
; the fees for of the John W. Plympton Rt. 1,
by Hubert Priest, to Include Nfew{ Council any approximately open In the courthouse from
war. students, east of LAwtey on 22 city employeeswho 1 :lo r '.',' Saturday for the W.C.T.U. B 'x 36. Lawtey. Phone 782- Bradford

til II'ture ., would qualify and agree convenience of those who have 3793.
_ SR. 225 and UM one' driven I Sworn In
-- -.- -- _ by Councilman' :
torn* McRae said that "IT IS NOT TilE LAST
Author II. !S. .li.nen !Heft) shoun ropy of new book to. hH sttidthbn. on! SR 16. I ''Tutsday: I I
Ion he! had taken the course at musK THAT MKES AnnUNKAPD. Adjustable Vinyl Book
brother, Hugger/: Jours of :Sampson, ( C'ity. The baM also agreed: Telegraph
exp* DuPont and that It "certainly Adjustable Vinyl Book, BUT THE I Covers. All sizes 30 cents ea.at
.
'To ellkne bld'frmme building -
< At Starke, I''Efim'enUry for The first order of 'new business helps Improve your driving Covers. All sizes 30( cents ea., FIRST."-Florida Good News 1 I The Telegraph. ).

BraT) Bradford Native Writes Book : $21.alter, advertising It drew :'for the' City Council I skills." _-I at-The Telrirraph. ---' __n_____ --- --
Tuesday night was for City -


r On Art Of Bobcat Hunting ..... no chairs..To bids...purchase for RJES. .'High. 20O SchooL folding Clerk.Merrill*the.oath.Odwards.of
He killed his!' first bohrat: at cat chase through piney woodsIn To allow :the county to use! the three newlyeected| members _

the age of nine. near Sampson the dead of night. the school board's computers Neil Tuclier. Carl Hurst,

City has been hunting for voter registration. and Orle Wiggins.
The reader
Who likes,.the Tucker
fills the three
them ever since: and now. \woods\ and .To'set the high school graduation group
back
swamps seat/that vacated by Seeb-
after 50 years of following! the requirement at 18 was
trails and the
rough roads, of er Goodman. Hurst and Wiggins -
hounds Barry S. Jones haspubU.hed credits of high school courses.
true/ "cat will
country" enjoy were re-elected to their .
his experience"'* In a To hire Barcua. Kindred itOp. -
the him
having writer take seats on the council.
hard-back book, "Tales: of Old ( to serve< as the Board's
verbally, that> is) to the wild The council
Traveler." spots as he recounts 'his beat agent fork.the next.,two yearsin elected Huret to unanimously serve as its 20 word or 1 IBM, one Insertion Memorial, Resolutions, etc. Display Ads In Classified Section!

The author Is a native of ,and most memorable hunts handling the racetrack revenue chairman for the two year (minimum charge) ----------- 1.00 Per word ____________...___ .03 91.50 per Inch-first Insertion.

Bradford County born and I with' Old Traveller, his favorite certificates, term. If not paid In advance ________ 1.23
reared at Sampson City on the [ hound whose picture Building Cot Cut Cards. of Thankv: Vp to BO words
The following persons worereppolntod Keyed. coded, or blind ad $1.23 Inch after first ln erUon.
In
farmn last per
: of his the late a special meeting
parents. adorns the cover of the book. minimum ____________ 2.50
''by the council: ( charge)
Frank and Sarah Jones. He weeK the board cut $2.W: In (minimum charge) ________ 1,25

recently retired after almost In spite of his onyi-niafl expenses from cost of the new George Pierce as city attor- Each additional word over 20_____ .03 Over CO words., : per wor'I______._ .OS
campaign against wildcats ney;:'Merrill McMillan as city
50 years of service with the physical, education building
--
Mr. Jones would not like, i\> sufveyer and Jewett Fagg as.bond
Seaboard. Air Line. much of now under construction at MATTRESS INBL'RANCR FOR SALK APARTMENT: BE SURE TO SEE WORLO
see them all exterminated\ ; BHS. trustee. Insurance Problems? HASTINGS I
that time as an engineer on. AT HEPt'CF.D BATES HOUSE & FURNITURE. Six BOOK before :
he feels they are, part of nature's & UPHOLSTERY WORKS buying any
The council then
: acceptedan
the Silver Meteor. The !board reduced the cost Call the Man From
AUTO. FIRE. BOATDOYLE rental aponJlhtents--.wlll pro- other encyclopedia, M. A
of Hfe Heroesthink Palatka -
way Invitation! from Fire Chief 710 Lemon St.
Mr. Jones makes his homein Initially by $3, OO when it "KEYSTONE"George
E. CONNERINSURANCE vide home, plus approximately Payne local representative -
that your
however
theyjfteed changed of hot R. C. Buford on behalr of the Furniture Repaired .
Leesburg nnd still takes thejtype /water \income.
AGENCY $200 month
to be. controlled because'.of E. LaRue per since 1956. Box 626.
,
great delight In his hobby of heaters It will Install and eliminated volunteer fireman. to attend a Upholstered & Refinished tfchg Priced for quick sale. Bulling-
Phone 084-6792. tfcng
the losses they .Uifltgt;
great
at the fire station
12 d supper Koystone Heights
hunting wildcatsliuh started ventilation cta MATTRESSES REBUILTNew I ton, Starke Fla. tfchg.
when, as a barefoot farm: on livestock poultry, and ota in the atrucur.*. TH e board Thursday< night.. Consultant For All Your ,,
Innerspringsand !
boy. he was sent out with abound I' PI properties of the rural' pop. then raised tJe)) cost of the Council member Mrs. Ruby Insurance NeedsRepresenting Box FOR SALE Registered An- Myers Power ToolsArea

and a shotgun to find ulation. building's' shower, room by ,Johns Inquired about the pro- SpringsDrop i MARY CARTERPAINTS gus yearling bulls. Phone 969- Headqunrteri For

the bobcat that had 'been raiding II "Tales of Old Tra.v. Uet" Is $1.000 by ch8Jt&"lJ\&*' t1\e type grese.of a request ,by P. T. Great American Ins. Co. ITs: A Card or Call 3434. tfchgIF I, Lawnmower- Power TuuWMrCulloch

his father's hog pen. filled with humor 1 local' color, of floor to be Installed. Beforethe 'Noun that the city hire students PALATKA EA 5-9166 : Chain Saws

On a recent vsit with his I and just a touch of sodji&ia meettavg.'coat: of the structure from the. Youth Corps The Travelers Ins. Co. MRS. lEGGY SHLLER YOU NEED are apartment Pump. & Water' System.
I as :Mr. Jones recounts hla to. Tl. 473-4692 Day 209 E. Aclklrw St. or house. See W. H. Nollman
brother, Dugger Jones of | was. .| 7,7T4: program .work und.l" .the Brlggs & Stratton Engines
memories. Some of hIS',legs .M I W 473-4325 Kites Starke, Agent 510 N. Cherry St. Reasonable
Sampson City the author cal- T1elo also accepted! the supervision city personnel. Rentals Sale.* Service
led at The Telegraph and pre I over ,the years were lost,. some even-classroom' addition at The council decided to discuss Auto lire Home Business Complete Line Rates. tfchg 230 N.E.: 16th Ave.

sented us with a copy of his were badly scarred and Injured SoUthatde Elementary Schoolas : I the matter further at a later Monthly$ Payment Plan ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS ofPAINTS OFFICE SPACE for rent. or Onlnmvlll 378-3411
I und a few proved that they built to order. Machine work.
boOlt whii-h of 'beUig'' BuibatajitisAIy complete ,
I n a colk'ttkn 1 lease Davis Hotel Bldg. New. tfcn.*..
just couldn't take It-- but:'OldTraveller and i date.Mayor Boat, Motor and Pump repairs.Brown's ANDSUPPLIES
stories lust published) I omUme I extendedMl'tiataproceastajr Chitty told the coun- ONE STOPMASONRY ly renovated and ready for occupancy. -
la one of a kind jovd Repair Shop. Rt. 1, LABOREHS WANTED --Permanent ) -
to time In "Hunter'sHorn at BSI3* by. agreeing cil that a "Driver Improvement Reasonable. Call 964-
S ," a magazine for sportsmen his owner Is Justifiably prouO I 'to pay, JW.5<)0' for equrnnlent ,Course" Is being offeredto I SERVICEReady Box 363. Starke [tKlnjsley! 8391. 4tp 10/13 position. All company

i who specialize In hunting ",Ir. Jones autographed',..ev, ,and,supplies. county school and city em Mix, all sizes Concrete Lake. tfchg For All_ Purposes benefit Minimum startingrate

S to the "musical" accompaniment eral copies of his book( and '** I Iatcnrt' ployees. The eight hour course > Block; nil. type Sand; ALL TYPES of lawn mowers FOR RENT--4 room furnished $1.45. Ages 18 to 45.: Apply -

of a pac kof hound dogs. left them with The Telegraph, will be broken. tnto four2 Precaat Lintel. Everything and saws, machine sharpened. apartment, at 404 Lake St. Southern Wood PreservingCo.

I IMr. Jones says that every where they may be purchased !lfll POINT: fo' tb.Way hour sessions! on Monday necensary for concrete masonry -calvin Johns, 332 N. Water VINYL Phone 931-7964. tfohg ., Baldwin, JTa. 8 a.m. 'to
Com
la and
story In the book Is true, with by anyone interested dn.thls'fascinating you "write.' nights from October 17 to November ronotrurtloa. Ph. 964-1441. tfchg 4:30: p. m. 2tchg 10'10
elect >oor fwrorlt* rKSTKR- Upholstering FOR SALE 28 ft. House
We will meet
I no fiction' embelllahmen.ts and : phase of Florida 7. any price on
WAITRESS. Filling
he has captured the. true fla- 1 hunting. The price per copy 'A_ BROOK .fou-Uta pea. TELEIT'S I all materials within Bradford Material Trailer fully furnished. Write COOK
ViLtPIL There 1 Is a charge of $2 per I SINGER DIAL-O- Box 61, Keystone Heights Fla. Station attendant wanted. Apply -

TOT and excitement of the bob- $5.67 Including tax. : person to cover the cost of i MAINTAIN..County.. QUALITY.AND STILL I MATIC 2tchK 10.6 in person B &: Q Truck
materials. Values To $10.00 Stop. tfchg

I Chitty reported that school BRADFORDENGINEERING CONSOLE MODEL I LIQUID EMBROIDERY -

'officials and the County Commission CO. SEWING MACHINE $3 YARDWAITRESS Anyone Interested in learningto I iiRENT Furnished a-

have expressed approval Ph. 964-2521 Starke f Mist .place) _In _your arro., n _. decorate .with Liquid- Embroidery partmerU. Lake privileges. Fe-
ILLEGALFor of the course. The : A-I Hhape. Zlz-Zugi. make or interested in earnIng male school teacher or couple

Mayor recommended that the:I I HOUSE 10 acres of land buttonholes fancy designs, WANTED applyIn extra money selling, Li- preferred. $75 or $80 reap. Ut-

city pay the $2 fee for all city U. S. 301 North out of City I news on buttons, ..t('. !Sold person at Garden Re tl.U' quid Emtroidery please call ilities furnished. Call 473-3058

employees who operate ve- Limits. Owner has moved. I new for over $300. SH'ST rant. tfchg or write Ann Durrance, Rt. 1. Keystone Helytotstfchg

tides on the Job.The Place must: sell. A. J. Thomas, I SACRIFICE. Just. PitY bal AIR CONDITION HOME FOR I Box 155-B: Starke or phone

council to Realtor, Tel. q64. 701. lance $62, or assume. *H. 964-3731 or 964-8291. 2tp 106
Person Persons agreed pay SALE .5 years old on) 3.7 ac. JOBS OPEN
Any EIII monthly \SIll
or ge.iL- payments. I
._ FOR SALK: HOUSE AND take older machine, In trade.Call res. ALso shop and office buildIng .* MALE HELP WANTED5
:Mu.st see to appreciate. 18 Steno. $I.B5 hr.
day week, 8 hour day, ago

Business Under A fictitious Name Unless 'I 1 1IeiT. I ison BUSINESS near Starke LOT 321 Plaza.W. Mad Bull- LEer C..Ut1..nltK'r.JarkHon\llli: 353-1011, COL* 3615 M. L. Turner, Lawtey 4tchg: 782-106 to 60. If Interested Personnel please Olotf'llIIldlhing: quarter .

In at
12 I Ington Starke Fla. tfchg anytlmto.111 deliver; no apply person pin !$30! HWk.Scrlre .

obligation.FOR FOR RKNT Cottage on Office. Sunland Training
I THE JIM WALTERS CORPORATION Center, Gainesville. t"tI"n1.1nag4'r: ,
Lake.
The Name Is Registered Custom Made has several nice Klngaley and Attractively heat. 4tchg 1027:! $1.20 hr.
I SALE: 1956, 6 cylinder : furnished fuel gas
For Florida Living* I houses In the Storks- area for half-ton Pickup. Very good! Year round. Mrs. J. W. Kln- We MHO need chicken farm

sale. Only $50 down and payments .raid. 969-1491.( tfchg FOR RENT Furnished l workcri.. wnlt-wwi, raxh-
mechanical condition. Phone
Get More t lllce rent Call Collect house on Klngsley Lake Oct. l 11'1''', baby Hitlers. housekeepers -

Read This Florida Law YOU For Your $ $ 388-0161. Jacksonville Fla.4tchnr 9646693.ftrhir. I 10/13 NEED EXTRA MONEY 15 to June 15. Phone :8332431 | and. keamitress.CENTRAL .

10'7' HOUSE TRAILERS for rent FOR CHRISTMAS? Our Representatives __mornings. 4tchg__,10_ 27,

:No Salaried or Commissioned : HAY FOR. SALE Phone or: sale. Can be moved on earn $500 to I EMPLOYMENT
!In
"It shall! bo unlawful for any ..no. .r a.i I 4IM .wd,. k Employees 969-3434. tfchg jour own lot. J. B. WhlU- $I.000 00 during the ChrIstmas WANTEDto home. Ethel do Bell Ironing behind I SERVICE
my !
engage in business a. herein defined under a fkUtlMM aa.. .. fcirti-i ... DAD & BRAD LARSEN I Phone 964-1651. 4tchg( 19 27, selling season now in Earl's Garage Lincoln City. I 3.13N Temple 969-3711
FOR SALE OR RENT-1 bed full swing. We can help you
fin-d. without and unless said fictitioiM njusiAsJI W nflaUnt! with Ulerk LIKE TO WORK room trailer. Westmoreland CLAUDE KIRK -your next earn this kind of money with UP

<: of the circuit court of the county when tka1nelps1. ... mt bM-M-si Trailer Park. Phone 869-3291 I.'ovemor's'hlk: and Position Avon. Write Ovlda Sweat, heaters FULLER BRUSH REPRESENTATIVE -
YOU Benefit! : or 909-1031. tfchg Papers are at the Kirk Box 687. Live Oak, Fla. I FOR SALE8to1ll'S. Mrs. L. V.Hardln. .
Is. with: registration "shall, consist of filing WItS tk. d tk .,..... Ml fill. of all kinds. Furniture. electrical -
I Headquarters for all to read Ph. 981-0035.
Hdavit sisjosd!! by :all interested .persona, Utinf. ntmr' Mtk tkUMMsl .4U1 AU Sizes I FOR SALE21" Zenith T. Itch* PRICED TO SELL J I Ii I appliances boat trailers Stohg 106

those intorrsted in the business enteryrfaiw tfci t *f .ilk* IUre.si *- On) Display ""V. TJF good condition. $50 i Reduced to only $6500. this'I clothing toys bIcycles
8-10-12 Wides I antiques. Just about anything
of each and the fictitious name Under whfcfti MM ...... !.,MUrMn. Ii .11btthi J : cash or will trade anythingof '1- SHIMMY.: SHAKE. AND -room & bath home !la!I al YOU are looking for at OH! STRAYED bull yearling
equal value. or year
hog SlIUDDF.RThat's the real barpraln. Has three IlnceIarch! : 1966. Owner
Said rctfstration may not be made antU:Uf. )Mtf-Mi. fttMM imMmf. and Expandables ling. Phone 084-1294. Itchg of my life. Never could enjoy tOI'I I 'ooms-unusual! at this : Tracing Post! at lower price'! may claim by Identifying And

to engrave: in business under a flctitloua nan* .biiB. lUtv. a-rrifttoU ,ftW. ..r. I''I .f tL- a nice pleasant rIte on Sun I Situated only two bod-I than Come you out will and find look anywhere around" I paying feed bill. L. L. Norman -

their intention to register said fictitious_.. al.l._ulA .*.. *..... fT fWi :.New and Used FOR SALE-1965. 10' X 43' day at rncons. Became. depressed from center of town Just 2milt'* north 0' Rt 2, Box 116. SUrke.
) House Trallei. Small equity. from schools. It Is
((4)) consecutive, weeks in some newspaper u 4.fIH.4 kjr .faw.!. tbs CWMir 11 : take of $45.73 stayed home even j haded"Work brlfe trees. Stirke on 301. Leonard Grtffl -, _ 4tp 10'27
Vr. financing available up payments considered drink. But then a hy pecan flfph 1124 t
where' said registration is to be made anil *..M "1.1"I I I monthly. Phone 468-1126 friend told me "take your car: Let us show you this on*. FOR RENT Furnished 3

accepted bv the clerk of the circuit court eXCePt 9f9. rS1! yrM< ,fII Use Our Rental-Pur Waldo. UpI to FIRESTONE they have'' PLANTS' for salWak..relr1Conenhnen .. bedroom brick home. Kinis-'
660"
highway Front.alleI Icy Lake frontage. Phone
'
such modern John Bean alignment Cabbaue. Yat *
publication. > chase Plan-Payments I I Will keep children In my equipment." I did I 20 Acres situated on paved and Oeorda Collards. Crvjt 'l 0691191. lip

Under $50 Per Month : home. Jackie Hicks 624 N Happy agaJn.PERIODTC highway only one mile from Onions. Terrell it Rnlford

Church St. ftp City Limit. Id"al for small! at Fla. Pest. Control or WANTED Pulpwood and

If you are engaged in business under any name I i BALANCINGFIRESTON'E farm or building lots-many TVivV. !fJim-\1v' ltrIOSB > aw timber. Contact me at
bMUtlful! homeslHs. Term"
home. L.
offers fre H. Outlaw, phone
a !
NOW:! Eunice Nursery WEIGHT safely
can be :arranged on this one -
Fall annuals petunias pan- wheel balance checkup. Plan with Dex-A-D'et, Tablets 964-0561. Itchg 1027
-full price $7900.
other than only
and have had
your own, not lus'Dame i dies, etc. Heavy berried pyra- to have your wheels checked STROUT REALTY rnlv! 98c at Mlti-hell. Dr",".*.

Mobile Home Site cantha. Citrus trees loaded very 5.000 miles for correct 2117 N. Temo'e' Ave. qt".lcp fltr 11'10IOT t SIAMESE CAT For sale
with container balance. It pays! male: one old, Sflalrolnt !-
fruit. AU year !
properly advertised and registered we will be -- AVAILABLE rrown. 2 miles north of Law- Phone 089-3491(IU. !S. 301] Stake FOR SAL'S-60 :X 1 00cttv Accustomed to chitI -

i Full Lake Privileges t-y. Turn at sljn.. Ph. '"2346S TEST TtIEFree.: 30--pc- sewer- and electricity. I rtren. Owner must bs assured
2 nice shad, trees. Near that pet hs good. home.
Homestead Exempt-' itchc: 10:21: Call
glad to give all Information to Financing I ond SAFETY-imtlc te?t. I Detects -I'I FOR SALE -Milk cow and school. Sulttble for trailer or I l Starke. 964-2061 Itfhg t
: 1 out lIne
you necessary as wheels of Welch ponv. H. E. Rhoden house. Small)] down," pnymen
FOR RENT furnished save tire< wear Drive in soon I
-Small I on road 26 West of Melrps on-l take payments. Call

what you should do. Lake Geneva. I :. house or suitable couple. for$40 Individual per- at FIRESTONE I I ItpFOR 964-6461. up 2tp 11'13' FOR pump $75.SALE Couch_ good IrrIgation cover

$20. Phone 964-6692.!):!
Trailer SalesO I month.964-6792.M. A. Payne. Phone tfc'ng"op. $85 WEEKLY AND MOR3!: I SALE-2 bedroom new IMPROVED Fla. 90 straw-, ltr.hgHELP

for reliable man or womanto ho'tie fuiT.lsh\ I or unfurnNhed. 1'errv plants for sole. Pete
I wvlre( Wntkins riistnmcrjiIn I I Extra! lireo lot. $6/ 000 \VlnwriRht. Lawtey. 2tchjr WANTEDM.tt Cutler -

R ut# IAA. One Mile SB: I. KM.! -. 7 acres': ar-d! 1> Ktdrkf full.! "r part t lrrT'c > Feie!! '.;::11: 1tl';; alo truck driver virile!
KerTonOpen 73eIht. ,, P 0 Bo! 79)? UI'P.tlll! j lM!!!"
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a nnAUFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Ev.nlnf1II I tar.l:' : S2 e: Pub!?. Dept Cl P C EcxNV FOR ;..x.: :- 13 C he''lt Hud."uWu. 121 South p.. .,.1-- 1Ri c

: : month. .0, rr cent Interact' I I 2447 Memphis Tennessee -I I Tnirlc I'. ton. Carl McKinley -I Walnut St., Oefr. 8. Brerr-ne': I move to" Gainesville;; \j free t t"'
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; WarningTo By RAY STARR In The Matter of Courthouse SitesDear



PARDON ME BOy IS Sir: doctor who will live longer,

THAT THE BROWARD WIL- the man behind the wheel. or
Parents LIAMS' CHOO CHOO? . Enclosed find check for the man 'with a walking stick?

When a State Cabinet officer your paper for six months Why not put your (best foot

advances an Idea. It starts more. I enjoy reading It. forward and have a fine architectural -

'! Within the past week two in- same man it is believed. For- with a lot of prestige behindit ..' :" Your edltorlls are good. May ,welcome to Starke at
,
If nothing else. move there some day If tho the Northern entrance, not in
stances of attempted child mo- tunately, the girls remembered This Idea;! from Broward 1"', .,. city Is still there and the the center of town or at the

lesting have been reported and warnings they had been given at Williams, State Treasurer and ,,'..: ", County Commission doesn't southern end.

are under investigation by the home and at school and refused Insurance Commissioner has a ....-, ..\.,. t' move It up in the woods. The In fairness to Commission

Sheriff's Department of Brad- the proffered ride. lot behind It. In his office ..,. ," place for any courthouse lain ers Robert, John, and Shu-

ford County.In The Sheriff's Department urg- with the golden shovel stand- ; .' \ the- business district. ford I plan to ask them their

both instances, the children es parents and teachers to again ing at the door. Williams told ; ; Homer H. Wilbur reasons for spending $118,000! (
8 ;
me, "You know. I've got a T I 12033 N. Main St In preference to $68,000 OR
Involved _
were accosted on U. S. warn all children about acceptingrides rcreat Idea for advancing tourism Jacksonville, Fla.October LESS.

801 North by a white male who with strangers, or acceptingany In our state and I wish> I DO YOU With your indulgence an-

flopped his car and offered to offered gift, such as candy, could get some of the railroad other letter will be in your

give the children a lift. soft drinks, or similar items from Interested in It. We should THINK HE C4N 4, 1066 hands, If they give me this in
;.
'J In the case reported last week, strangers. have a monorail that would Dear "Air." Matthews: formation.

tin eight-year-old girl and a six- Children should also be instructed 1'nk! all of the major attractions MAKE 1 Sincerely,
bear boy allowed themselves to to" observe such In Florida. This wouU be I noted with interest, youe"Letters William H. Summers
strangers P New Englander Motel
one of our greatest booms to I < J We Get Letters"column
',be picked up by the man and closely so they can later providea tourism we could ever have." na this reminded mil Starke, Fla.SHOP .

were taken down a side road description of them, and obtain Since that conversation earl- .... 1 that I wrote to the County
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.
4 where improper advances were their automobile license number ier this week I've done a little ._ 0 Commissioner ages ago about vwvvvvvvv..yvvvv. ,

jmade.( The children were released and a description of the car, if checking, and there Is a great .:; .1.: the New Englander Motel

:by the man, unharmed, after possible. response to this Idea In many ,". ,; -I suffgefttingthey turn my letter TALK

they became frightened spots across our state. I've 7.,,... '. over to you for publicity but
terrible
causing Many crimes been ,
::! have : ,' OJ "
t It never "Hit The Press. SoI
In all walks: ,
';him to fear detection.In committed throughout the nation talked with people '\ r- '. B> Peter J. Novak
am hoping that will
ef life who would either benefit F : c ; ., you! /
.
another instance reported by child molesters, and a word of by or would be participantsin : .. '. publish this letter! General Manager.


Tuesday, two girls, each about warning now from parents and the "monorail around Flor- J 4 f A As I am trying to sell this AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1

nine years of age, were offereda teachers might prevent such a Ida"* Idea. Most agree that the r ., V property, on U.S. 301 North,
\ '& v'
ride in the same vicinity by the tragedy in our community. the eastern base should be : naturally I am prejudiced but Recently civic leaders from
Jacksonville and then, run .Ji tlutJ.e 1: \ -'Jfeait there la no crime In. this! andI all parts of our county met

rllht down the east coast to 1 iv-3BiSi feel that I have a right to at the Holiday Inn to discuss -

Beach. There would be be heard the Urban Development
'Federal Controls' --- Whose Fault? spurs Miami at St. Augustine Orlando I I personally think, if the Counseling Services offered

County Commissioners would by the University of Florida.
World)I.
[for the Disney
Secretary of State Tom Adams which were once solely state responsibilities Vero Beach '[for the Dodger! Santa Kirk Is Comin' To Town rescind their action immediately through Its director, Richard

recently told a Jacksonville civic spring training camp], and so and wave a magic wand, L. Sterba. This was the

club that the growing strengthof "If we cannot find in our midst on down the line to Miami and house have overnight' a brand on new or court-about second In a series of such
which lead to a
federal government is not a the leadership which is Beach which would be the meetings may
necessaryto Buses FARMER'SBerry DIARY its. present location, this never sound comprehensive plan of
deliberately planned encroach- meet the needs and demandsof Southern terminus. end of would solve the Call street development that can be en-

ment by higher authority, but our people, then there is little would be used to at take the tourists merchants' problems.If tered Into. We emphasizethat !

results, rather, when state and local doubt that more and more gov- the sightseeing! spurs from those points. setting time Is here, cochlnas. We were told they it Is so desirable to have these were- exploratory
at
the courthouse Its
governments fall down on the ernmental authority will be transferred The rail would then awing and some have already been r make: an excellent broth or new haven't talks and no plans per se
location
present why
job they should be doing for their Washington," Secretary across the lower tip of the net' out, but heavy rains have soup although it Is necessary the stores all prospered all will be adopted until goals

people. Adams said. state and come up the west delayed some- of the operations to wash them thoroughly these years from this court- and objectives have been understood -

Adams pointed out that in a Those who object so strenuously coast with a spur at Ft My For Instance. Luther to get rid of.sand.. house patronage? It I b> because and accepted by our

'[dempcratic society, government to "government controls" ers [for Edison's homel up to Milliard said he had beds already ;Mr those headed for the courthouse citizen
Sarasota (for the Rlngling made and ready for -h While on the subject of are not also In a shop
is intended
to be
responsive to might heed the Secretary's adviceto Museum and Circus!. to the setting, when a flooding fain things to eat, we report we ping mood. If a count couldbe Two weeks ago we talked! of
the needs and demands of the : "Let us give ourselves to the poultry business of Brad-
pub- Tampa Bay area and Clearwater filled the middles and wash- have found a place--Andrews'. made, I doUbt If many persona
people and when local government lic service. Let us participate and on up to Week! Wa- ed away the sides of the at Matanzas Inlet where you in for taxes or licenses, ford County and how a survey -

fails to respond, the people sooner actively and unselfishly in the political chee Springs at Brooksvllle, beds. can get the best clam chowder etc., are potential shoppers, of poultry In our countywas

or later seek a solution at a processes of government at with a spur across the centerof laxly where In some cases, available in this section. We except for a soft drink or cup under: way. The survey

higher level. all levels-as public officials as the state and branches goIng As wet as the area Is, all It water !is lapping at homes. had some on our vacation, and of coffee and a few mightbe has been completed and the

Cited as examples to illustratehis citizens and business and north and south from takes Is a heavy shower for brought some home and enjoyed looking for a cooperage as results show that. we have 55
as
pro- there.- everything to flood( all over it later. Instead of 'having folding mon- producers- In our county now.
point were: public roads, education fessional When fishing down on the
men. addedto .0. Twenty-three producers are.In
Extra spurs could: be again. And if we should hap- into ey In their pockets at this
public health, welfare, Are we ready to accept the all spring baseball training pen to get hurricane rains, Waccossa River we tan The lawn mowing! season Is time, they might be lookingfor !layer production and are

and unemployment compensation, challenge? camps like the one at Vero we might as well turn the u big water snake which acted and:! really at an end and both Sam the proverbial wooden bar- responsible for 718.000 layers,
hostile, to the least
Beach. Future additions for country.over to the ducks, say B9" if (and the mower are giving a big with an annual production of
the water rel.With
the monorail would move It and they will be !in for a bad eared up on" sigh of relief. The mower got Jacksonville eventual 173.320.000 eggs. Eighteen

Fall Is The Time Of Year When north Into the Panama City time "to fight us. We told Char he through It all right, with a few ly extending itself from the producers of broilers have an
les Darby about it, and:!
annual production of 1696.
area and west from there 0 0 cleaning of the spark plugs North and Gainesville from
Williams advanced the The lakes are rising again said that: most any water but Sam's spark plugs! are the South you can't atop tha 600 birds' and 14 have an annual -
-You begin to wonder if any too hot with the heat Since snake will try to get into a of eso.ooo(
turned on. idea to this reporter I feel that and approaching the level quite another matter and he tide, and Starke will be the production
body will have an old-fashioned Squirrels suddenly appear attractions. Individual counties they reached! back in the late boat He also /said a rattler\ will need a lot more'than a beneficiary. This pincer move- pullets. In addition the Farm

cane-grinding before first frost. from nowhere and have a ball and others who would 1940's which is held to be can coil partially on the change of oil to set him right ment will help all of Starke, Division of the Florida State

-You can stop complainingabout cracking hickory nuts and drop- benefit from this might get the high-water mark within water, and that it can stilke again, not Just one section, and Call Prison [located In, Bradford

high air-conditioning/ bills, ping the shells: on anyone passing together, form a corporationand recent times. The chain of tiom that position.. .0.Hp'lI Street, East and West, will be County] has an annual pro-
the the cross of a "T," and can't duction of 1200.000 pggs./
first "around been reading enviously
and start grumbling about high underneath. get the lakes around KeystoreHeights
monorail" started In |h effected- partlcu- Speaking/ of fighting, about the Astro-Turf the help 'but benefit by this ex- 9,000 layers, 84.000 broilers,
fuel oil bills. state
Mowing the though, of the best dingdong -
lawn takes / one
u and 1,000 turkeys.We .
Florida. I believe It Is a great artificial sod that Is used out pansion.
-You watch the hurricane reports back seat to raking up leaves idea l and might be worth an battles within recent at Houston at the AstroDome Anyone can see this handwriting -
on television and hope this -You wonder .. ;years\ is i raging over whereto the wall but whatI
if those wild editorial pjr twoor three. iatlon No one but you and couithou.se Imagine- a lawn that on haven't yet discussed
one changes its course and put the new county The can't see, is If 7/10( of & mile
goes persimmons are ripe enough to WANTED: PLATFORMS jour Maker knows how you here In Bradford we needed no mowing! the several! breeders located
out to sea again. eat, and the first bite convincesyou Evidently both candidates for vote.-every registered voter! In have a small county In thought might bring a big from the 'present site. In the in our county, and we knowof

-You finally get around to they're not. governor; In the November Florid H. needed at the polls size may:; and in population, but shudder to lawn-mower manufacturers near future "will be only a at least one person who
reading those books borrowed election are going to do it the this November 8th. In additionto but to one who has iblock away, why not make of
you -The hammock goes into the when It comes to scrapping, the site additional 3/10/ ofa has a breeding operation
to read hard way, and that Is certainly the candidates running for perspired a pint an hour It an quail This then- give
on your summer va closet< and the electric blanket don't we take a back seat from no mile, or Just another half a.OOO
I sounds like dandy idea.
not fair to the people. public office there- will also a pretty complete picture of
out. one. o 0 block, and save about J50.0OO:\ ,
cation.The Cornea! but I can'tbuy
know about you. appear on the ballot '13 Constitutional o 0 actual: production
smell of hickory smokemakes -:The high"school football a pta! In a poke-, and to Ammendments. :and We have some very pretty and 'have 18 acres, instead of

you wonder when someone team suddenly becomes more Interesting date neither candidate, demo- no matte' what your political Prior to our vacation and yellow flowers we found and 13'',. acres? Or don't the taxpayers
during It. enJoyed a new
we best
will come around with that first has turned transplanted from the section want to get the
than pro games on tele- crat or republican party, you should vote either hobby [for us atf'astl\ ), In deal for their tax dollars? We- have been Informed! by
country sausage. vision. out a plAtform.! One of BobUtah's FOR AGAINST each of over at Santa Fe and they are
or the collecting/ seashelLs\ We University of Florida officials
Or I can provide ample acre-
-The fish. top men told me I providing a nice spot of color
big that have
been -You promise yourself to take them. ttarted it several years ago age for all the needs of a fine that each 100,000 laying hen
cooling off in deep water all sum- those flu shots could:! find the Miami Mayor'splatform In closing I would recom- while on the beach at St. when most things are- getting new Courthouse, with more In our county create $1.3
you fully intended tf I did some dUIrtng. ready for a sleep over the cold
mend two of the 13 whl h I
mer, begin feeding along the lake Augustine then got intere'-t- than enough apace on "Afarkeit" million of business. According
to take last through his winter. Somehow or other- the
fall, but didn't.It's He said "Go feel are In the best! Interest of
have
shore again. ed and r< ad up on It through St. for much lens than the to r8.'iparchersho

-The house i lit too cool in the a great time, reallyand *oeeches and everything"you'll! find Sure.his In Florida and the people of !books from the library While home things are you a gather greater and Joy bring than cost of the Legion property, provided this Information.the .

it happens every fall. Ftand; on Florida. ( own at Indian Rocks Beach actually less than half that 81.3 1 million figure would
early forvo' those that
morning without heat and he was asking you buy.
the speeches shouldn't he tell Number one which would allow on) our vacation, we found cost possibly even a third of represent: gross income to

s. Why you to vote on constitutional many fine specimens as that BUYS REGISTERED BULL the cost producer through sales of

Now Is The Time To Be InformedWhen the: teachers Ideas when that he he U supoorti trying revision In the next area is famous for the num- Danny Waters of Lawtey Record, crowds pass on their! gas and meat. $600.000; feed
,
their general] election, and number ber and Its shells sales.
their vote? On the OOP variety of recently purchased an Abertep1AniJ.'I way to the County Fair, and IIBles. $398,000; drug
to get 12 which would permit an or- 0 0 chick sales. $33.000;
to the Thursday night summer $6,000:
bull from Fred
mark ballot In con-
headquarters
you your study the KIk
thirteen important side, tension of the Legislature
panlzlng -
farms, $5-
dunces, and I wonder who la electricity used on
the polling booth this November to deny that the "Kirlc While nt Indian Rooks. w;? Benson Miller\ \ Jr. of Jacksonville -
amendments to the Florida Constitution tinue Immediately after this complaining about too long a 000, fuel on farms $2.000;
"Ju't noticed tiny creatures Danny was recently
it is a little late to evaluate the that Paper** are a platform. year's elections. many In :
will be voted on in distance from anywhere miscellaneous Items, $3.000
of Claude's !Ideas l I' which on b-Mng: washed up elected to membership- In the
i issues and candidates -you are November.The some This Is Starr and that's the Bradford County Many of transportation to market
explanation. Those Idea on the shore, burrow under.and American Angus Assn. of St.
their
called upon to support or reject. United States plays a central had' a circulation of 300- news through thi Capitol learned that they are Joseph, Mo. our important citizens have to $38,040; packing material,
only
Keyhole travel further to rea<'h the In. case and cartons, $"6.000:
Now is the time for every eligible l role in a world that is under no more. .. and there are town courthouse location than building material and equip-
voter to gather informationand going disgruntled news-
unprecedented In many
many
change. It it 'were near so much county ment, $26500; lending agencies -
discuss with others the issues the November elections every voter people around Florida who activity north of town. tt six percent Interest

and their effect on the people will be expressing 1 his opinionof were not In the chosen deservea 300 U.S. 301 North In Importantand (assuming one-half the Investment -
in Florida
I the community, and the na policies and proposals that involve Th solid voters platform from ca 'h suitable enough for the has been borrowed -
I Florida Patrol Civil ), $12,000: wholesale stand
Hl-way
war or domestic
tion.Now peace, pro- man and the sooner the
I r Defense, the Farmer's Mutual Income $87,000; and
is the time to take an interest gress or retrogression, and many better..
the Starke State cost and income,
Exchange professors
j in public affairs and other vital issues. r
sup- CAPITOL NOTEBOOK
Farmers :Market the County $27,000. for a grand total of
port those candidates and meas- An active and informed elector- People- presently employed by Fair. and the new Agricultural $1.304.000 per 100.000 laying

ures that appear to offer the best ate is more important tban at any the stato, who backed! Scott Complex etc., no WHY hens.- This gives, you some

long run solutions to the problems other time in our history to the Kelly are freely telling\ all itirm3t NOT FIGHT AND SWITCH, Idea of how' important the

that confront us. future of a free society under who will listen about the big the new courthouse to this ex- poultry business has become
new Jobs they- will get when ceJIent- adjacent/ location, with to our county.
Now is the time to acquaint representative government.Be Bob High U governor( but the frontage on U.S. 301 and also A study Is presently being

yourself with the candidates and informed before yo'i enter High people say they havebeen on the side of Market Street ? mAde nationally to deter-

the polls on November 8. promised nothing-sterns ,.. No one will have' to eat mine the feasibility of havingall

kinda odd, doesn't It-Supporters ,. I' c.. their hat because of a loss of national holidays [not ofa

The Bradford of Tom Adams and too much taxes, or because of religious nature] fall on
County Telegraph j Earl Faircloth who both want ''K.)} Increased taxes. The New Englander Monday of each week rather-

to run for governor next- time .,, ( ) Motel property ia!I the than during the week. Then

QRID,4 Established 1879 are keeping a close eve on the ; i most suitable property for the Is a view that those engagedIn

Op E. L. MATTHEWS Constitution Revision Commission taxpayers' shrinking dollar manufacturing as well .a*
and that part of then Pecans and strawberries are a retailer and other businesses

Editor and Publisher w constitution which would large part of the economy of could better plan their respective

y Florida' Oldest Weekly allow a governor to try for a Bradford County, so many a hours of operation.
O C *econ t term. That. could spoil U at
1968 Newspaper' Published Con* tax-paying farmer right Then too the theory- exists
C> thiuotnly Under the Same 811 of their plans. home near this location. that there would be certain

gtloc% Mjuthead. NOW LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OUT OF THE PAST And only a small minoritydo advantages! to having several

Published Each: Thursday and Entered w Second -there to no time .not have some transportation morn "long weekends'* We'd
Claaa
Mwtter at the Poet Office at Stark, Fla. ( like the present to.make your Graduating clanse were rather mull hi the old days of Starke n\f1 School! of their own, or from a like your opinion *o let ut

Under Act of March S, 1179. plan to be at the polls on November .p wUncf* t.hlll| group of seven Senior, cliuut of 1913 at 8US. From left Emruo., friendly neighbor. And manya know,
8th to cast vote. Individual walk
oat
your Ml* Caldwell John Anita Wills M. rugged
Darby. Markley Eliary Davte. Cyrus SUtnink.
la Trade Area 1 Vr. '3,30: 8 Mo. ft.M.Ou&alde Don't let anyone Influence a mile in a few minute flat.
and Melba SlittheiMMi. Starke mOAt have been! proud of lie 191S graduate, however, A'Cl-l,..t A4 tar.. -au;..
Trad Areat 1 Yr. $4i i 8 MOo "JTS. your you vote YOUR choice Watch 'The Sarg and HU

regardlef of your Party aftUI fig dYiM.3ltArlr Jujfout"" vaa printed on a postcard to be used for correspondence. .. ..activecan., or ask your:wwu MUll Ietilp.. s>....... .





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rim EIGHT I \nronn COUNTY TFAEGKrn STARKK.: FLORiDA TllrR p\y. OCT. 6. 11B
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TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYAlnl Dinner will be nerved on the er .la In the hospital in county last. week 'rFho 1 has'" PIKRI "sill grounds following services. Randolph Crosby Is a ales our .,,ut, ., :N.iiI; i t Ii, T"ql'i l q?. In." ,, ",'. ,.. ,' I"n ""i 9epl"n'", .", II I" ''u
pa- observing National 4-H! CluljWeek
Singing will ,be held In the af tient In St. Luke's -
Hospital .
: MAXVILLEBy :Miss" McCain and Mr.Taylor
ternoon. Everyone Is invitedto in Jacksonville.
COUNTY I I: have held meetings/ indifferent
attend. Mr and Mrs, Tim Danielsof WITH I
Slade communities t'our-
l\trs. A. C.
Phone 2894491AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ The new dinner table builtat Valdosta, Ga. 'were Friday H IIII fimllv program The Standard heating oil offers

OVA the chuix was completed! I night supper guests of Mr YOUR Vt AGENT buys and gills" are out in front

I Lost week and 'Mrs: Buddy Browning. but it sure takes1,111111: Br&r Thlcrew plans to be finish- :Mr: and Mrs Obie Taylor an,1v.en, heat for
dohig
leullng !:

fooICIIOOl.Tile Baldwin NERSpendit Ji' -SrS JiJ'hemerll' led with I Tuesday the cleaning of this the week.cemetery are and spending family of this Madison week, with Ind. 'rJ1r!' 4ff j : .ihoiii 1\. little the hit of impol puling tnnre We of Hgiii talk- i more your money

<'hool'i1! be publishing( a Any donations may be madu Mr and Mrs Vince Taylor and I
resolve "i uuar' ,mil, most of the time
hool pnper once every twoweeks to the cemetery association family. .yet costs
slgnln!
fail to icOKtil/e that our crapof
nhidi sells ten
( tor Fred Maxvllle All
the care Lang Mr: and :Mrs Arthur Canter VOUM (people, is out future
Jones roads per copy. Sports co- donations will be appreciated/ of Jacksonville attended home.

menu editors! are Jerry Rhoden and ;Miix\vll Baptist church comingservices at :Moxville ii --

Jones Michael Dill Ion. Sports reporters : ,Homecoming services at the Baptist church Sunday with l\ rot era I II\ '".W.. ( IX III.I .. no more !

me Cliff Slade, Jimmy Maxville! Baptist Church Sun- Mr: and Mis. Doss Higgin- S'efkvrBy l\ r" II I'Ile Illl MM Olllli '
0Vt :Slonoly: and Billy Lott. The I inv'i > l'I.I1SnH.
day were well attended Former bothaim. .
1 ...
bY C I : u I' ; .i I M" "r
film copy of the paper will be pastors able to attend I Mr. Wilkinson ,' .,
who and Mrs. Drew i "11 ::1.I dernwod.' I
1a I IMuggins
Issued this week.th1 were Rev. \V O. :Jta.th.is: of visited Saturday in Jack George T. \riii'1.1; : III I'111"HI IOIIHBOWLERS \ I
; The Baldwin Indians lost Jacksonville, Rev. R. T. Williams I \11 .I: "r" ..r "u", l ii... ... .
until their third football ofpease sonville. I:.".. II ,''-., II. ,I"...n. .d.. ..nIi.'v I' I
game of Starke and Rev. :Mr and :Mrs Dan Byrd of ii.lilu' '.l udd I'eaIir" ,'d 1. II I
1 the season Friday night when Newton: of Lake City Singing taro spent the weekend with Iii, .111\, LInin,,, 0r, ii'mnnl, "
latnri I I
they played Father Lopez at was held in the afternoon until Mr and Mrs J. O Bell and i When you talk t about. producing things for proK'' ('ss In "the- whlh fhr'y 'oniy) hll"o fIf.lln') "' r
to p. ["Ia "tona. The score was 25-6. I enld I "r'.tu: In Ih" offlro.. "r th,'
pays 4 p.m son and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. good things to eat, It's [county. rvuntr Jndnr Ir Diu, "ror' I I'"uuty .
Joe Shannon full back for the Choir practice is held every I Harris I fairly easy to get the attentionof Rams this wc"l, brought on "I''b..ri.ta. III tho t.tu, .tL"n. u I -

ed Jonel tc Indiana scored 1 the only touch- Wednesday night following I :Mirylou Cooper of Hampton a lot of .people Most everyone |ia variety of "remarks and 1 ..I ,,,!Ft" .1'10... 1"1..ld"'.. "Phil.\ ". i Clean-btirning Standard Heating OH fills your liousv
., .
As dnwn prayer meeting Everyone is visited, Sunday afternoon withMr ,, Is interested in plent of hanget'' n niiml I"i..' <'I t i t.'l'Ii I 1. '-I I' ":II th IiIr.,. rll 1111'0.d.' piihll'iU"n' '' fill"r alI' I tI I',,I.. ( with, warmth. It's an oil you can depend on-to burn

tlon The Jtnuor varsity footbull1riim invited to attend. Sundaymomiry ; and Mrs: Avoiv Slade and I food and Bradford County tics We use to break corn I,,,',1. ,. 1.I,:.,. h "rlelln,, .N, ,d I, m. ," I I I to last morel! Call
/ }p]nvtx1 J) and B at St. services 11 Rev.I I farm interested, in when ,.mil better ; longer-yet you pay no your
? am family.vvmvvv.vvvvvvv..vvr. people are tl .V.1. Y n\ 11111,1'.1 j un."l I." '111 \\111110.: 11,1 1111''
with Augustine Tuesday( afternoon Bobby Knight, pastor. I, I producing it.Ve have had Now most coin ,is machine M"'to" IhP.,,, place. ,,l' 1..ItIo..1'., md', i Standard man now for winter comfort. For heating oil and
wan of last week The score wes Mr and Mrs. E. D. two weeks. it I purl' "rrl,'" add react .r lh. 'I,1, ,I. i call Standard Oil _
tll I Blggln'l I metlngs during the last picked. For lost few .III. 111111,I 1111151, h. M11"1'11, t" ?" unmatched service always your Agent a
:33-0 In favor of Baldwin. The botham and ten that Indicate this interest has 'been too do either | .. ,.
sons days wet to \\I, .1.1I".alll. his /111"111. ur h1atlorl local man.: who knows needs and can: serve them quickly.
ture your
vaniltv team will play D and day In Milliard with Rev andMrs T know some mighty good hay ''. e. "r II will I..', .wn." ida'I

torn Ion B this again week Tuesday At Baldwin afternoon of : : Homer Godfrey. I| Kingsley Lake[ With the help of Julian that got wet last week. Some I ,!Nept.ndnt,.',, ,III''l..r't.. Inn'_7t1,. 11"11I.IAII I W take bettor core of comfort

Mr and Mrs. Don Ball of Moore and Lester Ivalch, our areas are just light for preI I i \ : 11.\1\11':: {:
exile 1 Friday night Oct. 7 the West Virginia 'visited. last week' i11rq.: E. M. Norton Extension Poultrymen from (:artng strawberry/ land, while ,',. ,," 1. tl". I':" .. I
Bra The Baldwin Indiana meet with : I 1-: ,., ,,1..1.0111, ,1 .h..,.'I I The Standard delivers STANDARD !
T with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mc- Phone 3i20IUI : i the University, we have started others are too wet! It I Is! just < man

ilunnell on home ground) l,|Clung and family enroute to a survey to determine the right to seed while dutch clover I

Anyone wishing to purchase ,,:Miami for a vaeatlon.Marina 'I,yyy.yyyyyyyyyyyyyy"y.Cllt.'ItCJI else of our poultry industry. if you< have planned to do ': OIL I

Tiirthdav 1Itamip'A'nl'ff calendars from the ,, Griffis of Jacksonville I' SCHEDULES I During' this .tune we assisted HO. Even with good moisture I
{ Jones Elemen- '' Starke-Bradford remember that clover must I
our County
was Sunday dinner guest
tary school may do so by placing I ,. Kingsley Lake Baptist' Chamber of Commerce with a have well limed, toll, must.. be I
their order before the ftrst of I Mr and :Mrs. Avory Slade II Chinch-Sunday School, *>::45 Attend :Meeting Tonight K. G. DUNCAN AGENT
and family meeting to discuss the poul- fertilized must l be< well Innocu- at Starke Recreation ,
of next work Calendars sell a m. Morning Worship. 11:00:
!needing: must be. well innocu-
50 each each i Buddy Bradfehaw left Wednesday a m Training Union 6:15: try program. Dept. Bldg., 7:00: p.m. STARKE FLA.
for blrthday'or.innlvonnry
I .
This was the first meeting lated. ....... ... "
25i: or. the family of last week on a. p m. Evening/ Worship 7:30p. :
VAe the .
with Just )poultry people that are proud J1 i actlv
plan which includes calendar hunting trip to Wyoming for I m. Midweek prayer seivlce i!i ii
we have had in more than ten
md' birthdays for .$2.00 two weeks. i Wednesia": 7:30: p m. Rev'j, years. With between 55 and
f HI'rail N"WS': :Mrs Roger North: entered I Jim RI don, pastor "
60 persons attending, we just
Long Branch Baptlxt. Church St. Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville let us worship together.. .
I might have started somethingOur
Homecoming services 'will Wednesday of this I Beulah Baptist Church Ohnimber secretary, Pete I

he held Sunday Oct.. 9 at the week Oherjl; Kim and Jeffrey I, Sunday School, 10:00: a. m Novak Is working haid w1t.h.1 I
Long Blanch Church. will be here with their Worshl 11 00 '
Baptist staying I Morning ;> : a.' outside interests that might I M

Kev George/ W. Wilkinson grandparents, Mr and Mrs. m Training Union. 6:30: P. I present the need! for an expansion -i

pastor will conduct services. John North while their moth m. Evening Worship 7:30 pI program. ,[

I the '
finished
We have not

I survey ;jet and have already


I II JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY accounted hens. We report will for later 575000 make and a include laying complete i,, w I *' ;i 4


broilers and pullets for layer j I jkajyAMh
-,I I rE'placements.Ve already ,

\NTTQIT5S I FLOOR COVERING !, PET SHOP know that our poultry business I

is "something to r1! 8181 The NOW Cars. More than just"new"cars. A road-smoothing 4-lmk rear suspension And this
now- great new
Looking for I THE ,about. caCkle-"j .i i 3 if The Now Cars are designed 'from scratch the first with warranty.
ANTIQUES I Another meeting "f time ever a single-unit body. In addition to 2-year or j. t. OR M ooo.HUE wnnwm
*
> ..
Kongo Pet Shop for today's driving by today's drivers.They 24.000
y milewarranlyonlhe il F up > 1
\ better earpetitvisit I interested in im- >
Bougrht-Sold-Appraised 'I Poodle l\faltf''e-IJ our people during thewinter ';'2 at li3:, ; >>? are cars on lop of loday,''rom a company on Safety'for Now Every l967AmericanMotors entire automobile, Amurl t-TTi-n I I I I I I I
FurnitureChtnaGlaaaSilverBrassOil ;proved pasture can Motors Corporation. war *Ja* iJaJi+!
of The 1967 American Motors. .
top today
m Wat'd' POODLE GROOMING I and early spring season : '' car includes: long-awaited energy absorbing rants I he eng no bior-k,h ad ON IMC ENGINE AND Oft.VE 10*i

PaintingsOna Sweaters, Collars, Tags, Attendance here was 55. ::\' x.. ,>l 4 1367 is the year we've been planning for, !;! steering column and deep.dish wheel,; ana, internal parts,wator pump intake manifold, transmission
Piece or a House Full I II Pet Supplies This also was an indication of Zi pon'ng toward The year we bring you cars to monitor both brake case tind ntartial part mn< ,xcepl m muaiclutch
521 HOGAN, do."'..,, warning signal light torque convert t drive shift, ersal :omts, roar ax b
Blrd-Illh-Ilmn..t I ,are real interest when there is full of with differential ,
; today spirit, bursting today's and rear wheal baar nss of is 1967 car
line shoulder belt anchors and
IDa Ward Antiques Dally & Sun. 10-8 P.M. 'something good to talk about. Ideas. Cars with more room, more systems; ; bo free from defects In m itf' al nr workmanship, for >
I HEARING AID Closed Tuesday 'i The fact that our Farm Bureau power the Double-Safety braking system we made y'-irs or SO,000 miles,wh c nc jar rnmps/first.The own"
3972
:
Wt. Johns Ave. more safety; cars mere exciting than anywe've must change the engine oil end Install now oil Mtorevpry
8939 Herlong Rd. Normandy supplied the coffee, cold standard five >rears before the ret!: of the in six <5)) morths or 4 000 mesa whichnvor rnrru"-

Jacksonville 3871379Call For Best In Hearing :See- Section {drinks and crackers for the after ever bUilt! dustry.All built into solid single-unit bodies.Quality first, clean oil filler op (filtered type) and carhurotor
Cnllwt II W. Jacksonville 7S1-280O ', meeting "<:;ollsl1' time" air cleaner element every A,000 miles and replaro 0 I||
Engines 'for Now. Three sixes
that Ill<
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go e. 24
every QOO miles and furnish evidence ol
"""" thib serv cf\\
SONOTONEOF I helped, make it a meeting withno -. 'for Now. Our past "is one of to an Authorized '
quality. American
Auto Sales! & Service PIANOS ORCANS eights-and four V-8s that'weren't here a Motors Dealer every six ((1))
:,. hurry to leave after the months and have him cert ly its receipt and tho car
Quality built In-like the .
,: JACKSONVILLE benediction.I year ago. The most modern engines in the Deep-Dip rustproof- mileage Further American Motors Corporation so wa

WESTSIDEVolkswagen I Hason & Hamlin Planoi believe that In Bradford industry, from an acceleration champ Six to ing and Ceramic' .Armored exhaust systems rants., the remainder of the ar for 2 years or 24 000mile.
Hammond OrgansMagnavox whichever comes first except tires
(warranted
Inc. "The Strongest and Smallest Organs I County all groups work together the 343 cu. in. 4.bbl. Typhoon V-8, pioneered 1 Arnencan Motors. And when by tiro manufacturer) Any part so defective,will be rtpirn
Hearing Aid In the World"Only better than any roun- r eplacej r ac:r ijano with the aoolicahipr
sbi It the
quality In.i,. value; stays in.
AUTHORIZED Co. Hearing!; Aid Made "You Get A Good Deal At- ty anywheie If I attemptedto Innovations' Now. Convertibles that are n of the war dnty, with ut ,harge at an Author
DEALER i iz An ,
: 23 West ]Monroe call names, I'd sure leave true six-seaters. Wink lights I. 'sible from the See.fur Ar ark-,.,IP Motors; Rrimhlpr. Dealer *d' deteraeon.m ear v.lor.(( D'( l a
h", Parts; Jacksonville 3S3-1463 'F. O. MILLER @jf?//oo out one or more. Groups like side; rally lights that herald your approach: tOO l) Ho( sme" .)!'lI!;y, NON Car dealer n town. Quality built in-so the value stays in.
Service Body Shop .\' Farm Bureau, Cattlemen

a.rn--8 I -n. K....f r... Ham s,_coo 1"-ogASI Chamber of Commerce Development
Open 8 p.m. HOBBY SHOP
Authority CountyCommissioners
6 j).in. Sat.--Closed; Sunday Jacksonville _
City Commissioners I
11 SO KVMi AVE. SOUTH .
Civic Clubs Community I
Phone Jirkaonvilla 384-3141 FIELDSHOBBY SEWING MACHINES : -
others
Clubs and all the

Parrish Motors i SHOP, Inc. SI. GI.UV'I.: LoU..t.\ta working together can, dom I I ,, _,

Like New In 4 Dr Cabinet

A Complete Line of Sold New over $300 I Midweek Player Servll'pI I

SALES Boat Si; Airplane Builders Supplier B1. $72 or $5.00 Per Monti Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. Ri ,

8bK1CK r.un's Lyp .Specializing Controlled In Radio Ideal Sewing CenterALL I I R. L. Tajait, pastor I "Everyone :
Models Welcome
arid Equipment MAKESNew PRESENTATION |
32 Year. As A Dealer and Used Machines
Open Evenings till 9 P-M. The Kingsley Lake Church
Always Good Used Cars
848 Cassat Ave. '':
ttil Laura 8t. Jacksonville 602 So. EdgewoodJacksonville ) Jacksonville, 381-3071 Girls AuxUlary were pie- '
Phone M6-5654! 388-8662 rented as Maidens in a Can
TRACK SERVICE dle Hunt Service Sunday

Automatic Transmission' evening, Flower arrange-1 .-
: I RAY'S meats for this occasion ':ar- I Ivied __ o '
:MOTORCYCLESHONDA;
Automatic I out the O. A. colon of
TRACK SERVICE: Green lepiesentlng Growth I
Transmissions &
Portable Track Press Service Gold for slnccreity and ,.,..

Motor ExchangeBIG MOTORCYCLESALL Welding White for purity The lils
rued Bulldozers & Crawler were Ruby Fuquay SandraEbling 4

DADDY WALT MODELS "Well Keep 'em Rollln I Deann Moore and I l I'I' I 17, ,y; .s .

manufactured Tran mls- Merchants Green Stamps 7287 \V. Beaver Pamella Macy.

dons Motors Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. Jacksonville 388-4B21 Ushers were R. A's Mike

By Quality Craftsman Monday-Friday Macv Randy! Mlllei: andl c3'- vI"11
;0<))7V.. Beaver St. TROI'ICAI. FISH qAs
8 A.M. to 6 P.M. I Dennis Crawford, Mrs Leon-
Jacksonville" 35&-U71CAlU.EIUI Saturday and Wednesday! aid' Moore. WMU: president:

CLOSED SUNDAY MERMAIDAQUARIUMS questioner! the Rlrls' for their '
Excil.msnhMachlneeInth.int.rm.hlgn.More' ''
REBELNow-lhe people space inside than any otner cars their size corners' eunT.I .
torwaid step and their counselor for Now .that never eilited' belore'A A choice of five engines, topped by a 343 :u n Typhoon V 8. untwist .AnSSTconvenbleabovethat, ( ) seats
MOTORS & CYCLES Mr.. Ernest Harris! \oie- 114' wheelbase. that S 197' long, nr wIde, 54' A wide, road stance and 4 l.nK. rear .uspens.o. to glue down 1X back Comfortably, Rebel: SST hardtop and SST Con-
Cribbs Campers 4949 Blandln Blvd. Complete Aquarium Supplier rented them with Bold pIns. ; ; 770 hardtop, sedan, wagon; 550 sedans, wagon.J .

Jacksonville 771-8244 Imported Fish. All Sp4''ln PERSONAL I

el Dal-Rey Caapera CALL OR COME BY Mrs. ..1..t.:. Bradley hid as IS r

Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 8 p m guests Sunday Jimmy Bi'adlev ,

Skamper Convertible MUSIC Sunday 2 to 6 pra and three daughters of 3Il

Shasta TrailersTrudDank We Order Any FI Available. Jacksonville A -

943 S. Edewood Aye.Jack..onvl11e E. O. Elder has returnedto
Paulus
Finaiulng Music Co.
388-0404 the Npval Base at Guan-
BIOS San Juan Ave. I I ..........
tanama, Cuba after spending
Jacksonville 388-9318 Band & String Instruments WESTERN STORE -
I. several weeks at home.
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers {
CHAIN RAWRMiddleburg School Supplles-Instruotlon., LITTLE DUDE Misses Llssle Knabb and ....
Roberta Recorders Brenda Hart of Macclenny ;: .. .",if -

Chain Music Libv/iry, -Expert Western Store were Sunday afternoon it'p.p. .
guests of Mr and Mrs. W H. .
Saw SalesIfOfRLITWJ Repair Department "Where You'll Find Everything Agner. i \l ..... .
For the Horse l. ff N' ..
: 41 W Monroe St. I Enthusiast" Miss Janice Weeks of Bel- ; "r .

Money Makin' Chain Saw. Jacksonville 3S3-S447. '! more spent night and ... & 1.f;. 1
SALES & SERVICE I Western Clothing Leather- Friday .UBASSADDR Now-'lull-.l". luxury cars created for DPLconvertble, room lor 3 in the rear,Choice' of 5 ;". Z7""" .... (,... 1o
Parts and 3310 Beach Blvd. goods Saddles and Trailers Saturday as guest of Miss today, priced for the young man who smooth silent engInes to command. Your Choice of RAMBLEflAMfflIC .- P"00"V-8 thunder comet lolh.low,,
Repairs All MakesTore Jacksonville 308-3091 I I Charles &: Sharon Petty Judv: Whitehead and family wants his luxury car right now.118"wheelbase. Interiors Ambassador DPL hardtop(above) and DPL convertible; three priced' economy champs Two Typhoon V8s
k Yazoo Power Mowers 902 So. Edrewood Are. Mrs James Blackshrar novas spacious as the most expensive full-size cars. 990 hardtop, sedan, wagon; sedans and wagon ( big6s.America's! only| 'complete line compacts: Rogue hardtot.
aboveconvedble.) ;
Rt. 21 MMdleburi! ) 440 sedans,hardtop, ; 220 sedans,waga"
2825050I. Jacksonville! 381-1211) made a trip to BarnsrdVermont : wagon;
I /
MUSICInstrumentsMARVIN recently to visit a

ELECTRIC MOTORS WELL DRILLING sister. Mrs. Frank Foster

KAY'S Mr. and Mrs. E. M Norton THE F i

Peavy Brothers I PARTRIDGEWell ; an-* family visited Mr MOTORS

Electric Co. Music CenterFender Drilling Co. Saturday A R. Slebert of Jacksonville


In.ECTRmtOTOR] Oretaoh 4 Vox Guitars ROCK A: ARTESIAN"' WFIJJi: Mr and Mrs Harold Davis SEE AMBASSADOR.MA UN.REBEL.RAMBLER AMERICAN-AT YOUR AMERICAN MOTDftSjRAMBUR

King. fatten and Selroer Complete Electric Water and Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis DEALER NOW.Dodd's .

fJpldServicedRepaired Band Instruments Systems Sr of Starke spent the

Oenerators-Btartew Ludwig, Sllngerland, Rogers IRRfOTION:" weekend In Charleston S. C.

Alterations Drums FDA FINANCINGB :" Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Auto

Armature 4044 Lenox Rnvindlcx ReataH A: Repairs on ALL Hyde Groove Ave !Elder and! con of Jacksonville: Sales 528 S. Walnut St.
Ave 400 MAIN ST.' .
Jacksonville
I and Mrs. Resale Allen of
.7AdalpIlytU. 381-2631 Jacksonville 353-WW Cull
lulled 389-ItSa Starke were Sunday guests

., saw__ Tsa, > r .....--=0'I ,.........-- ..::" of Mr. and Mra. E. O. Elder Seethe first A tflcan( MolonTV Special tithe sea_!"',I"dun4 NabolS."starllnlJim Ibbaq,Andy GrflfIHT.nnJW, tnl Ford,Shirley( JontUtllln., Wedanfa I I '
and sons nitMabMUCai s..TV tislin.. flit Km/ *

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k i Sp 'err YOUR //+' ; + //l'' i/ir% m/ /
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1 BONE WHITE r.1

6J ar ,., 0 O STOa ES,,. iro I .. Bread & Buffer Plate %i.a.r Jir.iJl'p.rr; m

1r ,.'- Each week a piece of Sheffield Jy l+,,!ti//y/ m
:TG Foil CooimuiiavTa- "'rJ Dinnerware will be ';!/j,: /'>i+ ;l +i% ;iu
featured for(Juit 9t. for ,.;'/1

W e're this chases each $5,you In are grocery entitled pur!to //'"."/'
bringing t .
you one piece at this low price.Ther.'s
..'.. *J 'I j no limit...with a
beautiful bone white t dinnerware s f $10 two pieces:':.you and can so on.get only)

wirfi every $5 purchase J./ ,/,,, / !

at a NEJf1 *roRl LJJI!;II!

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k 14-o TROPICAL STRAWBERRY Regular 12/$1. LOW CALORIE! 8, RffOULAR ALL -- A.afAee ip ,.OlWff OAflLMQPreserves -"

49x Chek+ Drinks 15/$1.// Frostings. 71. 4iJR [/
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; aO-lb SPARKY CHARCOAL Brqu.ts! (Sov 20*) .0. gulor 29 f. JUMBO REGAL PRINT attrf
Charcoal l 79x 48-0ZASTOR..Limitl' your a*. Whh $S.DO Ordef Paper Towels. .4$1.IASrORINSTA / ]

Oil 79 Rd/- JTOKSLY SLKUO &HAV.
Coffee 99 Cooking o ; Peaches 4/Iii
I Inst. ; I1/ .
48-oz. MAZOLA.Limit 1 Of Your Choice With $$.DO Order a a a

Regular 14oz 69R t tsi si:Cups STA 59 49x Salad Oil . 89 ngjjj&M! 3ffl/ ;

Puff Rinse. 59 REGULAR 59*?Qts. DEEP SOUTH -' Vienna ,Sausage /

Mayonnaise 49, "-lor 9,.fta'30.1 Con AITOII .j. \J
BAKERY FRESH ... 6/5J1'
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DIXIE DARLING GERMANChoco. Peas /
Tiny
.10-oz NESCAFE --" .

9-ct DIXIE DARLING FRENCH. Cake Plus 25 Fre.Stamps 59 Instant I Coffee 1.19 PorF&Beans/ 1?
Hard Rolls 25 . 4/1/
V i
GR. "A" ALL WHITE FRE3FILI, &* 'I JT-oz Sov.ANTISEPTIC 204 "
20-or. BAG DIXIE DARLING FAMILY T5UPERBRAND ,;'
Loaf Bread 2/49x/ Large Eggs e DOI. 59,J. GILLETTE.RAZOR six*LISTERINE BLADES;7*, ;$1.49 49t.

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CRACKIN GOOD
TWIN PAK CRACKN'GOOO POTATO4'! CRACKIN'' (EOOO CHCCSS.. ? I ll-ox CRACKIN'OOOO CORM.,
l2o-, CRACKIN' GOOD PARTY ASST. 2-Lb Pkg CRACKIN' GOOD toc CRACKIN'GOOD PTVt STAR ASST. Plus 25 Frn Stomps

COOKIES 39, FIG BARS 39 COOKIES 39x cHiPs. 59 CURLS 39, CHips. 49/


S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF "*

Chuck Roast ,48

PICNICSU.
i. S. CHOICE< W-D BRAND occrSirloin QCCC

Steak LL 98

W-D BRAND FULL CUT

f ROAST Lb. 49. M CHOPS LOIN SLICED PORK -.. 79* o.a.unutv-c Round Steak a 9.

BRAND
U. S. CHOICE W-D E-Z CARVE
REGULAR $1'79. HONEYSUCKLETURKEY
: SLICES . .: '1.68 Rib Roast ". 88ILLSBURY

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I ILLSBURY OR BALLARD SWEETMILK OR BUTTERMILK I CAN Regular 1 69< COPELANO PORKBiscuits _
4/39/ ?! Sausage : u. 59x12ox. W- BRAND' $ 9

Pko. TARNOW 14ozCUP PALMETTO FARMS PIMIN'r
45 Cheese 69 BRAND BEEF PLATE U. S. CHOICE W-O BB ND >BSEF SHORT'
Wieners ; w. S CHOICE W-D
1 Mb. Pkg. E T.RI'n SLICED 1lb. CUP SUPERBRAND COTTA< R 3
28
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Bologna 49 Cheese . 33x '

ALL FLAVORS > >
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APPLES' nYMMILK' f HALF 49i
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E7tCTRA EXTRA ; Tomatoes 2 49 ASTOR ORANGE JUICE
LIS. 6/95x/
1---I ?dI C8EEN STAMPS. ;il-- dx GREEN. STAMPS. ;
0 OMB PN. ; /z OMt 4.Ot.PM. GA. RED,U. S. NO. 1 SWEET
Great Shake. : 4J/ Black PepperHOCOLATS '1 M f\ TO-o. Pl : c' VANILUtOOOO .'. :;; T..U.. OCT.. ., ,. I *4% Courw) 10 oi. ASTOR CHOPPED R' '
THRU OCT, .000. ..,.. ,
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r ex.TRA. :I EXTRA O " r 1 t d 4>)3c R ONC 4O-OI. : ;:I I ., 'd.'f".."CRratT/ANTIMP STAMPS/ ;I i Rutabagas, ZL 19/ Toastees a 29 Green Peas 5/51. Brussel Sprouts 5S1.i .
1 SOUTHPeanut / h WNIrP O.Rut I-ROw i US NO I YELLOW I .
j Butter : _.N Detergent s 16-o.. ASTOR FRENCH 10->r ASTOR "d> 10-o ASTOR
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1 1__.........AT OOD:c THRU:WINN-VISl.OCT..nL.--O.J 1; I!" to; woe: :TM"U:::OCT.:::: j a; Onions I 3 LI.lAG 39sr: Fry Potatoes : 4/$1. Baby Limas ; 5/l. Succotash : ; 551.I .




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_ PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB! FtX>RtP\ Tllt'RSD.\V. OCT. 8. 1968
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at the! New Congregational ing Seivloe 8 p. m. Rev BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH -7:30 p. m."Worship I and ,brothels and sinters. Mr. cyvvvyvvyvyv.mvvvvv. ..aVV.' .........n..lHAMPTON sister-in-law Mr. and.rs.:! .
J Methodist, Church May 1 Lacy Conway pastor. with MI In Air and /Mra.< V. L Starling entertained Hi rry Manning!
::Itl8.. Rev P. A. Sunday School 10 a., m with dlnnci
through Conditioned Comfort" M a family i Mr and Mrs Owen Bryant
.CHURCH CIlt'KCH OF GOD Morning Worship 11 a. in Bayless Hiway
Tho"e'
Stephens el1' Savannah Ga. L. Packham Pastor. in Oils. honor Siuulay ol Melrose spent Thursday!
( will bring the message each 422 N. St. Clair St.. et rke. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. from out of town were his. I By Mrs. Mary tvilllwns.uaa..a..luauaau with Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
NEWS night at 7:30.: Sunday School 10 a. mWorship Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. m FIRST METHODIST sisters, Gertie Faye and Gertrude Watterson.
e Wednesday Rev. W. L CHURCH STARKE Cruce of Gainesville Of; Mrs. O. E. Crosby1a..a..a.aa..aud .
HEII.BRONN BAPTIST Services, Ham and MJS Mary Williams spent
Newmans, pastor.NORTHSIDE .
7:30: p m. YPE. Wednesday Sunday Church School Paul D. Griffinviho has J. C. Manning Si of Day- Wednesday and Thursday!
School 10 a. m.
I i Sunday
been stationed at LacklandAir
X: Morning Worship 11 a. m. 7:30: p m. Prayer Meeting BAPTIST 0:45: a.. m. Morning Worship In Mr and Mrs Ralph Fillman tona Beach and J. B Man- with the new Postmaster at
Base Texas is
e I spendinga
BRIDGE \FTIST Friday 7:30: p m.-Rev. L. S. 11 for ning of Miami were Sunday Ft. McCoy on Postmaster
LONG a. m. Snack Supper
Union 6 30 m. and children of
: Tampa spent
r Training p. Located on B&ywaa *H9h-! leave with 'his. parents Mr.
' Evening Service 7:30, Midweek William, pastor way ISR 225lat Ralford Road MYP.' 8 p. m. MYF meetlags. and Airs Paul Gi'lifts. the weekend with Mr and Mrs. guests of their brother and I Orientation
CHURCH Service 7:30 6:30: : Evening Worship 7:30.: W. C. Ward and 'llr. and Mrs. rte.,,.
t Prayer : p FIRST PRESBYTERIAN [Sit 161.) Service: Hund.ySchool. I Friends, will be pleased to
Sunday School 10 a, m.; John- Monday GUI\ Scout Pete Barton. ''
Wednesday -Tl'Oy
m. 10 a. m. Sundai know that: Arnold Grlffls who 'I
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. meeting, 3:15.Tuesday : Mr and Mrs. Bobby Aid-
'son pastor. Morning Worship. 11 a, m if stationed with the Army at DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
.%. Evening Worship 8pm., SMYRNA.: MISSIONARY Morning Worship 11 a. m Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Circle] 4 meets Fort Leonard Wood Mo j la, ridge! of Kentucky, announcethe Home
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Youth Fellowship 6 p. m Evening Service 7:30.: MidWeek in Ladies Bible Classroom Improving nicely after an eye arrival of a son born last I STAHKE-I"HONE
1 8pm.' Sing each Friday at BAPTIST CHURCH 'hoir: Practice Thursday 7:30p : Player Service, Wednesday with Mrs. Paul Hutchins as operation. He Is the Hon. of week Mrs. Aldridge Is the 961-2600

8pm., Rev. Harvey Lane 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday m. 7:30.: -Rev. Olenn Law- hostess; Circle 5 meets at 'Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Grlffls former Evelyn Griffith granddaughter : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE( 173-3176:
4 pastor. : services: Sunday School 10( a. hon, pastor.CALVARY home of Mrs. H. C. Bltrh. I (Mrs. R. W Sapp and mother of /Mrs. Myrtle Barn. ,
KINGSLEY LAKE both at 10 a. m, Circle 2 (Mrs Annie Stevens of es of Starke. i
Preaching 11 a. m. Train-
I m.
ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC ing Union 6:15 p. m. Evening BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST meeting home of Mrs. Daisy Jacksonville were Thursday ;Mr: and Mrs. Jerry Dyal ',' Rental Services'
I Perryman.. 3 p. m Wesleyan dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. and children. Miss LarlndaMedelraa
STARKE Worship 7 p. m. Everyone Sunday School. 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. n> : '
Service Guild home of Mrs A. C. PearveMr. and Mr. and Mrs. HOSPITAL BEDS) WHEEL CHAIKS
Sunday Mass 9:15: ft. m. welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 11 e. m i Clyde Sinclair 7:30. Commis- [ and Mrs. Truman Norman Bud Alvarez attended the i I
Tuesday-Novena. and Benediction pastor; 6:30 m. Training Union 6:30: p. m CRUTCHES
Training Union : p. sion on Membership and and [Mr.; and Mrs. Carl Shrinera circus at the ColiseumIn
7pm. Inquiry! Class LAURA BAPTIST Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Evening Service T:30.: Prayer Evangelism 7:30.Wednesday : Prevabt were visiting :Mr and Jacksonville' ,Saturday night.
0 p. m. I Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: Meeting. Wednesday, 7.SO: p Circle I, Mrs. Bill Shriver and new Mr. and Mrs. Charles New '
Thursday and Friday Sunday School. 9:43: : a m. -Rev. Jim nigdon pastor. m. -Rev. R. H. Butter, pastor home of Mrs. Flow Strick I daughter. Shelly Denese In mans and children of Gainesville
Morning Worship 11 1\. m.
MUM, 7:30: a, m [19-30: a, m. BAPTIST land: Circle 3. home of Mrs Intellactien' Sunday. Mm: Shii- were visiting his 'parents STARKE Bradford
Evening Worship 7:30: m. AIRPARK
p BOATDRAIN BAPTISTSunday
for grade and high school stu- Pauline Torode. 10 a. m. Pri ver Is a granddaughter of the Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newman,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Sunday .School), 9:43: 1m. afternoon.We I County
dental School. 10 a, m maryJunior, and Youth Prewitts. Sunday THUR.
7:30: m.-Rev. Luther Me- 13
p Morning Worship. 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. m. '''Choir ,practice 3::15. Prayer !Mr. and (Mrs. Jim Rosier want to extend a cor- Fairgrounds
Saturday Mass 9:30: a. m. Gee pastor.BKOOKER
7:30 m dial 'welcome to 'Mr and Mrs. OCT.
Service :
Evening
Training Union 7:00: p m p. Meeting. 7.Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brice, and
BAPTIST Evening Worship 8:00. Prayer Prayer Meeting Wedne d&y. } Chancel Choir' Mrs, Wyman Harris were In Cauthen Padgett to our com
ASSEMBLY OF GOD Meeting. Wednesday 7:30: 7:30: p. m. Training! Union rehearsal 7:30.: (Gainesville Sunday where they munlty. We are glad that Sponsored By American Legion/ Post No. 56

HI WAY CARPEL Sunday School, 10 a. m. p. m.Rev.. R E. Beigstrom, Filday 7:30: p. m. -.Rev. E. L attended the funeral of Mra.Hosier's Cauthen' is improving from, a Performances: AtI and 8 p.m.
Weldon St. and Ral1'ordRoed. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. pastor. Cilffis pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH aunt Mrs. Ida Ergle.. recent injury he received in
Sunday School 10 am.llorniny Training Union 6:30: p. m. STARKE I of Lochloosa.Mr. New York.
Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HOPE BVPTIST CHURCH ( and Mrs.: W. R. Crewsof Rev. and Mrs. Dave Medel-
I
Evening Service 7:30: p m Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: Sunday School, lo a. m [highway: 100 at Thereua] Sunday Sunday School. Albany Ga. visited her parents ran and daughters Janice and
Thursday Prayer Meeting 7:30: RA. OA. and Sunbeams every Morning Worship, 11 a. m Sunday School 10 a. m. 0:45: am. Morning Worship. Mr and Mrs. Lee Green, Larinda were supper guests of
p.m. Young People's Meeting1 other Thursday afternoon. Pre-Servlcea I Booster Ban*. Morning Worship 11 a. 11 a.m., C J. Smyly guest and other relatives over the their son and daughter-in-law
7:30: Rev James Temale. pastor speaker Training Union 6:15: weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medelras
Saturday P In.- Leroy Young People, and Prays m. '
dirhtmy<\ ;? paator. '- DEDAN BAPTIST tBrooker] Service ]; 6 p.1> TU. Evening Training Union *-6::30'" >. p.m. I&eninsf Worshfp 7:30: ,Mr and Mrs. Leon Starling in Gainesville Monday night. [RTFi1'r
Worship, 7pm. Midweek m pm.Monday and Mrs Lois Carter visited IMr. and Mrs. Harry Faulkner
Sunday School 10: a. m.
NEW
CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST and children attended a
Youth Choir !
Denmarkand
Service. Wednesday 7:30: p Evening Worship 7:15: Mr. and Mrs. Earl
REVIVAL Morning Worship 11 a. m. m. Rev. D. L. Ranuey pas m. practice 7 p.m. 'rthetr new son In Jackson birthday dinner for her father
Revival service will be held Tuesday Helen Masters i Mr. Hicks In Jacksonville
Training Union 7 p. m. Even- tor. Wednesday Night Prayer ville on Sunday.
.. Circle 9:30: a.m. Lorean Ep Vieitlng Mr. and Mrs T. L. Sunday.We .
-- -- ---- person Circle home of Mri Wainwright through the week- extend our deepest sym

O. A. Anderson to the family 01'.ar..
; Ida Darby end were IMr. Walnwrlght's pathy
I Circle home of Mrs. Oar) nephew and niece Mr. and ren Bloodworth who passed
An Investment In Your Future
I Mathews 2:30: p.m. Sunbeams Mrs. J. T. Lipham, of Wildwood away last week,
: 3:30: ( p.m. at church. and Mr. and Mrs Jack Mr./ and :Mrs.: A. B. White- '
OAX 4:30: pm. at church and family of head Sr. and daughter Miss tf
Wainwright
A f flBB,l ({ ) I5SBBIEI I m Brownlee. Ethel Biggs and:[Waycross, Ga. Charlotte, Whitehead attended
Lottie Moon Circles 7:30: p. A Junior Girl Scout Troop the Youth Rally in Branford 1 ,

'MisjeYwkhwipa111eYIVn m., at church. is I 'being organized In Lawtey. Saturday night.
Wednesday Bible Survey Mrs. Eugene: Starling Is the Mr. and :Mra. H. B. Kelly t F
Class 10 a.m., at church. leader and Mrs. Nathan H and 'Mrs Beulah Kelly were ir
nx::w..w..R;;;;:l''i; ftW; ; ,+.N3.xcoat5 M+ visiting Randolph Crosby in ,
;; : @W mi; :i Wt: ; :1t': : Sunday School Workers and Starling Is her assistant. All ial'r ill,
: R. A. meeting 6 p.m. Prayer girls* between the ages of 9 St. Luke's Hospital Sunday u
Dad's steady Influence Is needed for e Meeting 7 pm. Church Choir and 11 who would like to join afternoon.Mrs .
.. : i;: < Star :: J. L. Johns! Is II'I'pnlIn't
:: practice 8 pm. please see Mrs. Eugene;
'iG f: LIFE'S OBSTACLES 1"' Thursday Visitation 10 ling. They hope to ,be able to his week in Jacksonville visit.
J Ing Mi. and Mrs.! Ronnie JoansChuivh.
a,m. and 'l p.m. have a meeting some time nextweek.
IMW:;' \ .__'::"':'",,:,w..:,:,:::::: <;y:< <.:.::,.,.:.:::,:::' ;ow:; :: I Friday Primary Choir. .
lii 3-30: pm.LAWTEY. Mr. and Mrs.\ George Last. w"
: b-- linger a.ndlIs8':: Linda O'Neilof visiting the Marvin Roslers

I'I'w.; 'I r y. y mm Daytona have returned Sindi: ) wt!'e <:\ti's. Rosler's

can easily see physical> ob home after a week visiting parents Mr. and Mrs. C :\[.
Mrs Hattie Darley and Miss Thompson' of Jackson-vllle.
: a etacles such as logs boulder* Sinn Prescott During their Also] her aunt. Mrs L. V Hiatt.

l and many other things that matt stay they spent a d,iv visit- l and son-in-law and daughter
1 Bjr Etna BspehsrdtaaalauauaaaaUUaMd Ing with. :Mrs.: O'Neil In Live 'Mr.' and Mrs B. T Mills. of

f nM' be too difficult for our children :. Oak.Mr. :\VMld.vo, and u. gt.rut aunt, ,.. GREAT NEW

to handle but things that are <: '. and Mri.:: Leo Dyal and Mrs Frances Smith of Tampa,, '
; CHURCH ACTIVITY Leonette visited Mr Dyal'a | :Mra) Joyce Futc'h, and.l :Mrs l< 1966 EDITION !
:f!:: not physical are not always M ':: Grace Methodist: SundaySchool slater, !Mrs. Joe Ellerbee, and (Selma jo unlce visited Silas :. _

1' "' obvious. A young child needs "I ) 94S"am: '., Worship( 1a.m 1 I children of Panama City who Futch in a convalescent homeIn '
I'. 'I and 730: p.m., Prays. i were visiting Mrs Nita Dyal! Jacksonville Saturday. r 5A"t CHAMPION AERIALISTS, ACROBATS,
d 1 help from his parents in spirit. :: Circle Monday 9am. MYBWednesrtny .1 ,, In Starke last Sunday. Mr and Mra Ernest Rnuleisun ,I EQUILIBRISTS AND CLOWNS .

i. teal matters too. The church can .I 8 p.m. I i Carl Moore of Jacksonville spent the weekend with EXTRA! See .the World's ONLYPerforming'GOGO'Elephants
I First Baptist: SurudajSchool )/ spent the weekend with his I their son-in-law and d.iughtci' '
i 4' A fce an influence on eMldren're : *
l 10 a.m., Worship 11 a. I cousins Mrs. Joyce Put<'h and Mr and Mrs. John p.trey -

f. ;, :, lives but when you, a parent.-I- m. and 7:30: p.m,, T; alnln g r |Miss Elizabeth Terry On Sunday Marvin: Ro ler and Steve =
in church Union' 6:3O Midweek meeting r ''they all attended home made bmlness! .. trip to Elber tr'Jllr POPULAR PRICES O CHILDREN '/z PRICE
{ ere taking part woe! f
Wednesday, 7.30: p.m. Rev.> coming at Boiit.hain Baptist ton U.i. on 'Honda:

w.r t chip, you can be an even greata _./ Norman Ashworth brought th
;: 4 influence. Give your childrei f. 1 message morning and evening'
on. Sunday He ''Mrs. Ashworthand I
I i:. the leaders of the future a hand fi ] children were guests for i

i:' now when they need it most f:1: the day of '}lr. and Mrs. I
:Bryant< E. Redrti.
:' ,, Take them to church regular! f: I Church of God: Sunday, | a
,. : I ', .i'a
w
t x, ...and you too, will have I .d I School 10 emn and 7:30: pm. I .i
YPE WadneHcfeiv 7.3O: Prayer
..i, .5 : tulle and better life. : I service Friday 7:30: p.m.
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; Highland Baptist: ''Sunday

School 9:43: : Worship 11 a.m.

--.- ... -, f.r; 'ATfND"tHU* SDNDAT" ',il' : N..-a, ...a r and p.m.7:30: Prayer p.m. .' ChoirpracticeB meeting Wed-

p: 1 nesday 7.30: p.m.
I The Revival closed Friday

evening with refreshments
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served during a social hour.

N The Church k God I oapolnlrd' ogomy in 'Itiil*.>U hi lpi.. .o.,mo,,Ao kno.l lgo ".l'|W,I... ttN7 fpk O Birthday TartyOn
lot,man out ol.MIA dtmorid. IM, no I li toipond!a'Ihol'l I...by to.in|hit,Mihbo' .<.Williwl,, I" Friday evening' Gwen
: the |roundlii| to. .Hit. lovt ol tat, M joviinmwl., tr IMMIX. M .o, ol/ lilt .,11.kM. .| : Starling entertained! her
.! """"' and Hit freedom ohiill' m hold M dMl. will, lni ilably' ptnih", Thvitao, l... .: : :. trends with a party. given ;by
I front MlAtn paint, if mi.. ono. .ihou'd' "lupport Iho hunk lot I Hi laki aMa/ wollon '! > ,:: her -mother, )[1'1I. Leon Stare
.4 himioll, and hit family' loyond 'that', h...... ovory pofion. ohould uphold and poi.t ''I : ling in celebration: of her 13th
Hiipoto" 'Iho Church .....,. It tllll 'Iht riulh about' mans Ills dtt'h' end diilmy,'' .Is... = "" : I birthday anniversary.A .
'truth KhKh elan. will, lot, him,, hot I tt ,Is.. at .add, ol Cool -01 IN ft e r enjoyimg several
c..._. n.., .... games punch and small cakes

: ".:;:::::xtt.: 1::,: ,: ::;,:::w;:;::::mK:;:.': .::: ::;:;;: :""": m'W't::!;:' : m<:' ? :::< ''t'l.'! .:, ,', 'L' '<. \were served.Those I SAS
attending were Pam ? __

Tye Sheila Norman :Marie 3J
These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsor (I I Smith, Mike and Ronny Pat- _

'rick. lamai Priest; Joseph g
I
and Brenda Starling Michael
STARKE ,BUILDERS UNDERWOOD Lawson Meat Market Lee Roger Akers Sloppy

SUPPLIES Inc. Crawford., The pretty gifts
Restaurant & Motel AND COLD STORAGE were appreciated.Mrs. .
FraluringAceHardware. ( Eugene Starling gave ""THOW as kinds as there are kinds of drivers to enjoy them-from the SS 396
Complete I'ulnt Supplies We In Custom Slaughterlag. weiner her many
Spcrlul Kates To Commercial People SpetlulUe a ixxutt for daughter
and !Sporting OomU New Fri. TV-Air Conditioned Cutting &: Wr"HP">c- Debbie In celebration of (the Chevelle for the DRIVING MAN) to the brand new Concours Custom_ Wagon]
THKTt WITH t'S; FIRST"! ,, _
Tl'BS? :I AND SHOWERS: her tenth birthday. About 20 -
Washington St. 1NN-I201( North S'01" Ph. 0047084Rosier Prepared For Deep 5reeM \children had a good 'time. play. dimensions moreremarkabieeapaCi1y/for deTightfncthe stout'
its trim ,
And
( Long five CheveUe!
PUOSE828t Ing in the yard and enjoyed ( maneuverability. of heart. Other models too: Malibu. 300 Deluxe
and
Bradford Abstract Co. the welners with all the trim sharp'performance great wraparound and 300 all with Body by Fisher. .. f fIn
: > For 67, there're a new grille, new
?
Monument Co. wings and distinctive sheet-metal changes. addition, every 67 Chevelle carries a mutt-
158 W. CALL STREET .. Air. and Mrs. Qbed Pauley taillights look. tude of new safety features such as a

Ph. 964.6881} Starke Fla. Monument: For Every: Need 1\\.'. .' \: [J and Mrs. R. H. Futch spent The As effect for specific is a newer models more one contemporary is completely new GM-developed energy.absorbing steering
:M.MM5I.K. < XMTE '\i the weekend in Augusta, Ga. shown column four-way hazard warning flasher, dual
.\1.0lu'IJlol"'lmJI, : INC.' with Mr.( and (Mrs.: MasU Paul. the sumptuous Concours Custom Wagon brake system with warning light.
OF STARKE the rich look of wood outside. master cylinder
featuring
Edwards Grocery & ey and their n w- daughter below
411 W. :M.ullson Starke 396-cubic-inch Try a Quick-Sue CheveUe at your Chevrolet,
Then there's the SS 396 with a .
U NORTH Donna Sue. On Sunday they -- --
1 .S. 301 NV -
Mkt. I'h. U went. on a night-seeing trip Turbo-Jet V8 special suspension{ and
Ph. 969-3801 Stark, Fla. to Akin S. C.

Groceries--1&aO1g--Feedi; ;: : ( DeWITT C. JONES visiting irks\ George relatives Roberts in Dd..nd was


Ph. 6".21R2 Starke. Fl.i. FUNERAL HOMES Charley E. John I Just,Sumpter week. Harley of r'hlla. For '67. everything'nevv that .. ..

Roy's TV Service Starke Ph. 961-2600 Agency ; del.>hla, Pa was visiting, ;Mr[ could happen happened I

,and : CALL ROY FOR PROMPT: Keystone Heights 1St Walnut Ph. 64-0201: family And other relatives

SERVICE; Ph. 473-3176 GENERAL INSURANCE here over the weekend. j : [!J
Vaderaella (Mr.\ and Mrs Earl Denmarkof
920 Thomas! St. Starke Nobody But Nobody announce the : Concours Custom Wagon .. .
Phone 06189S1BRADFORD Charley E. John AgencyHurst Jacksonville -.-
arrival of anon, James Earl,; "

.. Sinclair In St. Vincent' Hospital 1 on 09 smW.
Refining Co.
MOTEL Shell Servic September 22. The maternal .. .
: \V. L. Thoniaa, Distributor grandmother l is Mr! *. Lois Car

,; A SUPCTtlOK MOTEL: OAHOLINKS! -KEROSENE CARL IIURST ter. BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc.
r America'. Mott) Hospitable Motels Fuel l Oil and ClrooMM Quincy Cruc. wise bu been> ,
.- Air Conditioned Free TV 60S >M. Walnut. St4U'ke Hwy. 301 &: 100 Ph. 964-8111 In Korea for II year to 'spending
.- sod Coffee Pll. 964-Stltll a leave with hie 'parents S. 301-NORTH STARKE FLORIDA PHONE 961.3900
a >U57< N. .0t Ph. 964-3971 ,Mr. tend *O .Fra.* teruca, I



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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA .

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KEYSTONE NEWS NOTESBy I Weak Offense Is Big Factor


Helen Egan



HIGHLIGHTS COMMUNITY: CHURCH In Indian Loss To Hastings 140In

Dy Mary Schaeffer Mr. and Mrs. Dill have ,

Phone 473-4127 been engaged by the church

committee to direct the' an uninspired exhibition in. the end zone for a safety.

Youth Fellowship programs !I :.it Hastings last Friday Keystone Km( _I(II1thl'n kicked from I Loss of Kirtley

I WOMAN'S CLUB parents presented each with a at 6:30: p. m. each Sunday dropped a non-confer- el20: and time ran out as

OPEN HOUSE Bobcat: pin. Each Cub must evening. < tic;' game to the Spudsters the final tackle was made by'. Leaves Rhoden

IS LOVELYFF.IR wear his pin upside-down Advance Announcement 140.Keystone's Bob Murwin. II With Full Load

The Keystone Heights until he does a goo:*!' deed., This notice is being made ,. __,_4._ .Fre defense looked C"a< h Las Rhoden:! under-
Annual now. so that Interested persons ; rood Is it grudgingly gave sinndablv, unhappy; with re-
Woman's. Club Open The new Cubs are Barry Andrews ; I Coach Les Rhoden's predictions -
House was given at the homeof Frank Bailey, Gerald may arrange for reser- 'n-ound and held the Spuds- "liltof the! game: comml nt- of "a long hot sum-

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schu- Keith Mark Kiefer Timinle vations for the Florida Fellowship tars to Q points. The Indian ,pri t hat It would be a "lon mer" during the current
I of Community offense however. left muchto 'ut t Mimmor" He praised the
ber on Clover Lane last Sunday Murrhee. Bobble Parsons, football season have been
: afternoon from 3 until 5 Leon Rldaught .and Donald Churches Fall Conference at b" desired and was unableto lel"'I1.\'e! efforts of the team prompted by the loss of hIS
I Clearwater. October 16 17 get a sustained drive !go- imintlnir, ; out that the Indians
| o'clock.I WIngate. cnly assistant and head basketball -
Melrose Gets A New Look
I I The hostess. Mrs. Schuber The Cubs enjoyed a game find' 18. Call Mrs. David Nel. (. giving' up 8 point to the nre a relatively young and coach, Lyndle Kirtley.

i greeted; guests at the door, made by Kevin Bannon and son for final arrangement. Melrotte. lit. getting a new ""1.11'. open" look thete duyn ns. Opposition Inexperienced team. He feels Kirtley left Tuesday for
Due to this conference several The offense never rt'celvedthe that "this club will get much
end Introduced them to threw In to spend few
ted a
everyone partclpa Its ancient ouks were buI1-IIr>zt't1 down to make nay for awidened Kentucky
club officers in the receiving of the Circles will be ball In !good field posl- bc'tcr; as the season progress- days with his family before
singing.A holding their meeting earlier. right-of-way for Highway 26. All might !h<' f'\I4'I.'d; l. r<:on. and was unable to pene- e nnd we don't Intend to
line: President, Mrs. Bake Sale: was plannedfor i reporting for service In the
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Khlva Nelson; Vice President October 15, for which Circle 1, Mrs. M. A. Schroeder Homo residents think Melros.9 1'1' "nlln..'" without its shady trate Spudster territory only Lt; tur. i1 It losing season." Army.

Mrs Alice Voyles; Sec Ann Aahton. bake sale chairman will meet at 1:30: p. m. at I o"kll. while other like the "modern touch." : one time In the entire game. Recipients of the "Sava :n The students,' faculty, and

ond Vice President Mrs.Sir gave details. the home of Mrs. Earl Hay- The first quarter was; p'ay-': Award" for last werk's game the entire community will
nor. Other Circle meetings ed on fairly even terms with Ml'HKIIKK! were Mike\ Murrhee for the
: a McDonald: and Record Awards were presented as Men's Club held a song-fest' chairmen. miss Coach Kirtley, who Is
will be announced In next both teams!! giving! up only defense" and Danny Hlnck
ing Secretary, Mrs. Nettie follows: Lester Ketch Bear and it well sufficed the gap. BOY SCOUT NEWSTroop1 In his second year at KHHS.
I week's issue.HOMEMAKERS. two first!: downs each, And::! for the offense Murrhee
Lagasse. Badge; Kevin Bannon Wolf 1 Following adjournment, tha 109 participated In However our loss seems small
Alma Fro.t, recently I : : COUNCIL both losing posseslon by ma i' 16( tackles and spent to that of Coach Rhoden.
Mrs. Badge: Steve Ashton Terry men met for monthly business Alachua District Swim Meetat fl.71I
fumbles.! The Spudsters took'oyer much of his time In the
to after a Clay County Homemakers who will most likely have to
returned Keystone Davis and Bruce Bannon meeting, and the ladles UF Swimming Pool. Boys in the
second
!summer! in the North, pre GOld and:! Silver Arrows; Larry Council met at Doctor's In- and children of the families attending were Eddie:! Roth- quarter ona SpurtsNM-s backfield. Hlnck finish the season. with no as-

sided at the guest book table Turknett Gold Arrow: let on September 27. The had a talk-fest. hammer who won first placeIn drive starting at their own made 35 vards In seven car- sistanctf.V He will also haveto

while Mrs. Marie Bird servedat and Mike Methvin. Silver nine clubs were well represented Trustees of the church will Diving for 14 years old 45 yard line and terminating rips' and was the receiver or coach basketball and

the refreshment and Arrow. and Keystone Heights meet for their monthly session and': older, Rick Wheeler ball when\ Dale from Barstow the three ran the fora the Indians' only pass completion track, and In addition, will

punch table.Cohostesses. I The next Pack Meeting members attending:! were Airs. on Oct. 7 at 7:30: and won 3rd place In 11 to 13 touchdown.The over be saddled with the entire

were Mrs. will be October 31, the main Herman Roehl, president: the Stewards on October 9 years old. Chuck( Ormsbee Rhoden and the athletic physical education program.

Elizabeth Himble, Mrs. Irene! feature of which will\ be a Mrs. Charles Clark, Mrs. Geneva Dr. A. C. Holt announced Larence Harper, Paul Morris hnlf ended with Hastings department extend their Our beat wishes go with
leading 6-0. Thfl. Indians, thanks to all
the contributors
Williams. Mrs. Alice Halloween party.SEPTEMBER Chab Mrs. Mail* from the pulpit last Sunday Tommy Whitton, Gary Brumbaugh Coach Kirtley In his new as-
Mrs. Louise Baker VOYles'l' : REPORT Smith Mrs. A. H. Lagasse: l that he had requested the Billy hoenaman. hogged down In their rushingrrame to the bus fund who signment.! To Coach Rhodes
forced to take to made it
were possible for the IndIAns -
Nettle Lagasse. FOR CIVIL DEFENSE Mrs. J. D. Pavton Mrs. Detha Pulpit Committee to relieve Jim Martin and Chis Pop- our football basketball and
Around 55 members and Mickey, and Mrs. Francis P. him of the of pell. the fir in the fourth quar- and cheerleaders! to track coach our physical ed
pastorate as
I Rescue Operations assisted ter. This proved1. :!' to be disastrous hAve a chartered: bus for thp.OI'p'm.lte
hand at this Egan.: The morning session teacher, and drivers ed Instructor -
ruests were on I In during the month Included -: the first of the yenr. As hewill Tills week Du;>lc1teBridge !
as an Intercepted!! passt.as game. Special
pleasant gathering arid' was to hear reports of business have been pastor eight winners are 1st pInesMrs. goes our best wishes -
Auto Accident on Highway back for another l.hanksZ'r toVallv
: run / ) Muhlhof-
was especially hap of the Council and an- !MOON for success In the remaining
everyone 21, Aug. 30: Fatal Heart years! a." of March 1, 1967. the B. A. Allen and Mrs. touchdown.The er and Richard Murrhee fOI'tht'lr
py to greet the honor guests. nouncements of future tJ1t>et- committee wished! that he .7. W. Foster. 2nd place-Mrs. gnomes and'' our assuranceof
Lake. :
attack of on Swan offensive line the efforts
man was In
; !
I spearheadingthis !
Al Nelson and Mrs. Ings. About 60 members at- continued' support' as well
Mayor of small would remain until then. Mary Cook and Miss! Iva Hill- the passer also accountedfor !
Srpt. 3: Report 1 weak point of the Indians'rame. ; protect
Nelson.cm K. H.. tended. At noon a covered This Dr. Holt accepted with yew 3rd place -1\Irs. H. T the final score In the as our gratitude for his untiring -
bomb, 3 miles north of Their failure to block( The Indians play at Nwheri'v !' It
ixnrcTs dish lucheon" served by efforts In the paAt.
PACK was
the provision that his health DenU ash Mrs. W. J. Grollrk(
in woods Tdummy aIrrafttypel. I forced the quarterbicks Intohurried game. this Friday in anotherconference
NEW MEMBERS: Sept. 5 Report of, the Meadowbrook Club. As it will allow him strength to 4th place-Mrs. Paley Boyd that The offensive line opened is: our firm conviction that If
; passes were game. Their Present -
the It is for this job to
The first meeting of is nearing Bazaar time members and Mrs. John Strawn. possible
: missing man on Santa Fe continue. either! incomplete or inter like a sieve In the fourth I conference standing Is
was held by Cub Scout : are urged to begin workon by the ; be performed by one man-
oftl' Exhibits.
year Guild painted
Lake f rCoundl.! Sept. 7 1; Highway Florida Service cepted. Tills reticence of the quarter allowing! quarterback: 1-1-0.
Thursday evenIng either individual'\ or club the job will be done.
305
Pack on Faith Presbyterian
kindergarten at -
Accident, Highway 28. >e Masonic Home in St. line to afford protection for Mickey Brokas to be trapped I
Sept. 29, at 7:30.: with West Sept. 10: Auto Accident projects.!! Keystone! Club has Petersburg! under the chairmanship was hell Friday

Cubmaster Jack Bannon Highway 21 South. and.:! a workshop at the home of < of Mrs. Dorothy Sept, 30. Mrs. Dorthy New-| Monday Inquiry Class, 7

presiding. First AH Call to Klngsley Mrs. Herman Roehl on October Orav., P. O. M. will held man Judged' t the paintings. the funeral.We Reeds of Jacksonville. On her one of the family took her p. m. Novena and Benediction,

Dr. Phil Parsons was Introduced Lake both Sept. 11; Auto 11 at 9 a. m. Ar>t>recl<\- Rally' Diy November 13 at There was two categories sympathize with !MrsE. return home Mrs. Carpentercame and put her In. 7:30: p. m.

as Neighborhood Accident, Highway 214. Sapt. tlon is extended to the two the H:>mp. As "Americanism" The Wind and The Three D. Watkins also. Her through Starke and Well until next week-let's InterdemonlnlltlonalOommuntty
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Commissioner. Steve Moore. 12; Auto Accident. Highway members who furnished transportation will be the theme for the : Colors. There were two first brother passed away In Kem- was accompanied t home bv hope the storm doesn't do us Church Dr.

the Scoutmaster. IntroducedDen 21 North. Sept. 17: Resuscitation on the 27th aswell year and this day is set aside prizesWind, won by Pat broke. G". on Friday, so her their granddaughter "Cls 3'" too bad. A. C. Ho t. minister Mrs.
Chiefs as follows: Rick- 3'i' month-old baby as. Ort. 5 when) the tour for members of the Order to Baker and Three Colors. son and daughter-in-law.. Reddish. Her sister.. Ml'.sHelen :
Warron I>n 1 : Zachery of the BUn, ) & Deaf Schoolin George Oanrova, organist!
ey < member won by Laura Moore. The Jacksonville
round the 150 Robbins Walker of :
Andrews. Den 2: and Mark Jiffy Store, Sept. 26:; also on St. Augustine was enlov- cuesta at the Home, for fellowship two 2nd prizes Wind-Rabin took her tip and stayed on Beach: spent Sunday here. 11 ...
Morning' Worship1\: m.
Methvln
Jordan. Den 3. Jack ed. Mrs. Roehl and Mrs. CttlmraiH
of Ashley and 3 Colors--Pat Brice took Ump
Sept. 28. a house-fire on and the (giving to attend the funeral on Miss Becky '
[Nursery both hours,
Commute Chairman was also Hlckev the drivers. open
Breezy Point: Sept. 27. Auto were s-lfts of jellies!! preserves. Baker. Each youngster that Sunday. Mr.\ Watkln's health away from her nursing duties ll
Introduced. Unable to attend dinner meetIngs .
Cub Accident, Highway 2t: Sept The first fall (rnnnM goods: and money, an exhibited: a minting received.a did: not permit him to milk: up in Atlanta Ga. to spend -Pr bvterian.__ ,_,._
Assistant Community s
were 28, Tornado Alert, Southern of the the sheaves are harvested! .at yellow ribbon. Honorable the trip, so he stayed home to"sit" the weekend here with her Baptist. 'Faith Presbyterian' church
Master. Barrv Wvman, Trens- Churrh Men's\ Club combined Thanksgiving time. A roast mention went to Leslie Smithon Billy, sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mike
County. with grandsons mJntte'
Clay First Baptist; Rev. J. D -Rev J. R. Nei.le.7l. -
Com- dinner
Mzan
Bill "
ami
urer : with the family three colors. The
mltteeman Bill BeAm. Clay County Civil Defense about 60members "beef dinner will be served at the Jim and Gary. Adams and Mark. Bowen, pastor; Ralph Cog ( V--* W, A WUlar>t. organist -
enjoyed by :
: showed
available< was noon for $1.Keystone children's painting Mrs. Johnny Ross has Had Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Morris Mrs. Carl Swisher.
Rescue! Units are land organist ;
Mothers an'their! assistants 28.
Den and friends Sept.
fantastic works of art. bright
Heights AmerIfnn moments this and children enjoyed n
were presented as at Orange Park, Oreen Cove Mrs. M. A. Schroeder's. Circle I Legion: Post 202. Billy delightful colors and wonderful some anxIous Her mother, Mrs. quiet weekend with Mrs. Worship services : SundayIi summer organist.
and Keystone !rest week. Sunday School!, 9:44 .*. m.
Springs
tollows: Pat Pirsons and \\ere hoste.ss and provided imagination. Mrs. A Slaven a. m., 7:30: p. m. [nursery
Rose. temporary Commander.announce' of Florahome unticrwrnt Morris fnthrr. Raymond; :! -
These units are I louise Day Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
Gloria Tri t. Dm);: 1 : Jean Heights. the main course. Due to an the meeting! of Bannister and Mrs. LeMfv, of Eustls.Don't oopenJ.Vl.'dnesday. 7:30: p. m ,
Methvln and Pat Winkle. avaUable In case of atomic unexpected program arrangement : t teachers t kindergarten are surgery on Tuesday. of Sunday School. 9:45: a. m Sunday (Nursery open both
made-made disasters ';- the Post at Clav Electric Hallon .9 : She Is presently making a know If any you .J
Den 2: Fran Turknett and natural or that was canceled too rnunsery open), Training Union
taent
proud of the but have
other October 6 at 8 p. m. A erv I beautiful recovery in Bradford know or not. you
Ann Ashton. Den 3. The and emergencies late to arrange: for another. large nttendance( is desiredas shown< In their class. There Is County Hospital. She Is been so nice to inquire: our 6:30: p. m. [nursery open)
law
Cubs shoed apprrrtnMon for as requested:! by en- Piesldent! Goodwin of the I IyounR'er committee. t a waiting list for parrnts j famous duck "Moodier( Maxtne" -
nominating "
fnrrement_ fluencies.. fire de- a I also!' the mothf'r of our "oc- Catholic TilE RfttttT POINT. for the
their Den Mothers with a bii ..
p---- that Interested In their She hid!
> are ; died this week.
'". or local will have announc'm< .icnslonal( lake neignoor.Mrs. ; ( St. W1UlaIJ'18.-Fr. Edward A. way you write. Come In and
Indian yell. 1-- 1"e.\\ end future programs child attending Faith Presbyterian C M. Schmitt of Starke. been so feeble in recent in ''
welc authorities and In have lust nts'l Kirby. priest charge. Mrs. 'select your favorite ESTER-
Eight: new boys were Masanns rUhr
Kindergarten >
in th
: months. that she not <
ed. 'The Rosses' had California C. A. Lamm organist.SundayMass. IIROOK TELE-
rounding! counties when Three Fountains fountain pen.
of
"med to the Tribe the moved into the
I ouested by competent authoritles. new Correction: Hou now they are filled to cap'lCIty. comnnny this past week, al- lake for a swim only when 7:30: a m. 0.;IL,\PH.
Great Indian Chief Akeli.: Apartments a
'i \ Drlseoll was formerly a 20( !students.' uncle and aunt
Office so. Johnny's
Call Sheriffs South
After an Impressive! rite with Apartment complex In rp.III'1 Fellowship1' dln'r1I'a'l
dent of Crvsal Lake and A '
candle ceremony board::! made',| in Green Cove Springs, 284- Jacksonville! ani the Sch- Presbvter- Mr.\ and Mrs. Anthony Alelo
I held nt the Faith
by Jack Methvln the boy''". 1 :3379i: Orange Park Police\ went to help them now in the Milmaren home j were hero from Los Angtles.:
setters! In Height to which lan Church. In charm of the (KEYSTONE( HEIGHTS-MELROSE
.' Dent., 284-9812: and Clay in and admire their Keystone Johnny has heard: that his
move dinner were Mrs.
County Civil Defense!! Director They brought he brought his bride the former spaghetti} : brother Jimmy has come
KEYSTONE new home. Marlon Rusllng of Palm John) Brennon. Mrs. Eriwn"dLnntrnpekcr
Heights 473- thru his recent surgery suc-
Keystone Martha home
their dau hter. and Mrs. WadieCartr.
'
DrJv -Tn Theatre 4260. and 473-4851. with' them. Martha had been Springs, Calif.Fvervone cessfully. BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Is hanpv to know Jcrrv Music, grandson' of
Civil Dofen.se Director Fay visiting her sister since Uh" I Martha MacKeachle'shou.se :
that Mrs.: Bernard Slocomb Mrs Kills
Mr.\ and Mrs. George
Fri., Sat., Oct.7S Chance may also be reached day before. and Mrs. Harlow Fuller are guest for several day. has to Savannah. O*
hv mall by writing P. O. 'Box Carol Gardner gone \IMM.IANCES 1m A(TTY SHOP)
Miss both home from their hos- Is Miss!' Jane Anne Smyth of where he nvikes his home PACKAGE STORE
CLOSED SUNDAY 128. Keystone Heights, Fla., daughter of Oulncey and Bermuda.Mr. .
I
32656. !Mares: Gardner ha. gone to pltallzatlons.MELROSE and Mrs.; R. M. Cason's! with his sister to school and T V Service Center KEYSTONEBEAUTY THE BLUE PINES

.MM PICTURED-,.FOfWM_ HERE 'N THEREMr. Philadelphia this week for guests Friday was their plans to fro; on .

and Mrs. George M. special training hi Radiological .99999..9'Y".1 daughter; Mr'; J. V. Ford of there. J. R. Til\IKS.: Proprietor SHOP Package Store &

I Schaeffer were in Jacksonville Technology havlnnr: been" [ Palatka and Mrs. C. L. Har- Mr. an.I I Mrs.! L. A. OOl'rltn Edith ,Johnson Owner COCKTAIL LOUNGE

on Sunday afternoon
visiting their daughter and place of emt>lovm"nt. th" and 1\1'''. Grant Roth- Kennon. of Valdosta. Oa. Sales and Service ft Creative :'f- Sunday

L72EI husband. Mr. and Mrs. H. E!: Memorial Hospital in Kan- I liammer former residents of visiting with them recently. .Srrvlre On All JJ.akl'1TV HairStyling Danc. -"Every Saturday! Night

Magann! Jr. 1well as the '.a. City. Mo. By Sally: RothhammerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 ,UTeii-nKp; returned Thursdayf The -Oorntos. have. -,.recently. _! RADIO STEREO In.lIvl"\I I ", llPiuity' Cnro 4 MTLF.S EAST OFf

Senior Maganns.! and Mr.' Co fRI. !SCOUTI'.FORMtTlO'4 om Tulsa; Okla. Mr. Ro'-h-' moved Into the 51115Hapeneighborhood !; I ( 01.011( TV Every: Form of Beaaty Culture KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

-t and Mrs. Sam Koff. TheDon't : hemmer was recently releis-' and thought Work Guaranteed- TV RentalsKrttfrrne Open Tiies.-Snt. 9-5;
Girl Scout Leader- Sharon PTA SCHOOL NEWS these nUe folks were their:, .llrlitlits.; ( "' 473-1631: Cloned "Monday,
I pci fom th" :Muskocec'epr- REAL ESTATE
Jones wants! all !girls to know The first meeting of the on's Hospitnl 1 near TuLsa only acquaintances, In this KnVHlonn, Ifpiicht. 473-lftA5

that there is a Scout Troop :Melrose PTA was held in the AlvIn of Colorado nrea. Imagine their surprise Auto Sales & Sor\ic-e LAKE LOTS
Their
and that school cafeteila on Monday. son when a little sports car pulled I IHlU.ifo(; :. : WORK
for their ace-group
: Springs. CoIn drove their car Lake Geneva IK50O (Term)
:: all meet on Tuesday Sept. 26 at 8 p. m. Mrs. Gilbert up in front of their house.;
Go troorjs
the In find trailer! bick to Ce-fn- niedcci SPRING MOTORSComplete I UNI1KUWATKKWKEI1) : Lake Brooklyn I350O (Terms)
after school Reed president, was Thinking its occupants
; aft"moons. Keys for them as Mr. Ro b- Trailer Lot. J30O up (Terms)
; Brownies meet at St. Wil! charge hammer wasn't able to drive I directions, the Gorntos Service fc. Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN ; CUTTINGALL MORTGAGE BROKER

: liam's Church hall: Juniornn Rev. James R. Fink Spiritual does! the omoutatlon of hl- went out to volunteer only to TYPES: APPRAISAL, SERVICEAsisocitate.

At It : Cad"t Troons meet a* Education:! Chairman.have left leg. The folks !stopped' by find Mr. and Mrs. Terry Blgett. Drug 1.lnf''ork .:
J. C (;i.hiINe:1s:> :
the Communltv Church Educational a very Inspirational de Melrose for several. hours visit It seems the Bluetts had "If It's For A VolkswagenWe Phone Uti 1-0074 Mrs. M. Ilgen. 4T3-4S1H

I BulldlnJr.I votion. with the family and just moved Into a cottage at Have It." Capt. R. Lovorn 473-4:33:

I Leader of the Brownie A short business meeting Revels (cr Griff Ins 1 and J'r- S.E.McKay Realtor

BlindFolded J d- rroup; is Mrs. Jane Nelson. followed. A budget of $400 friends. I ry plans to attend:! the University Always Plenty of Good Used Electrical J Sales & ServlctlYeoman's ,
KEYSToNE
t "She his about 20 girls! so fur was adopted for the year. ",, "" "" 999"9"9'" '" !; of Florida. The Volkswagens!! In Stock HEIGHTS
Is the Mrs. Elmo Yarbrough, to's oldest son and Phone 473-4818
Mrs :Madeline!! Crosier ; oorn-\
\ Green Cove Spring, : 8.9209AUTO !) Electrical
Junior Leader. There arn Membership Chairman, reported been! quite good

'!)nut 25! Juniors, at thl"writing. an enrollment of over INDIAN BEACHLake f'urln" their Irl'n ) Sales & Service RESTAITItANTSBeicller's

.', \ Mrs. Sharon Jones one hundred members. sears The younger Oorntos SERVICEKING'S Frlfldalre Appllanc

leads the Cadets, with 11 The Ways and Means Committee ( Santa Fe) I :are expected this weeKend "Maytag" Washers HolidayReataurant

"Iris' to date. reported that plans from Valdosta, so we can Zenith and Motorola TVSlegler

NFWS! FROM: ST.WILLIAM'S were being made for a bake Mr. Jack, F. Miller. Sr. 'ust; Imagine the catching up: Heaters

Would you make an important purchase : !' sale and a variety show to be AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAre that will take place! Service Station Under New OwnerahJ

"blindfold"? Certainly not By the same Mass continues to start at !scheduled: In November or Wo hav had some mightyi P. O. Box 166 Metro* OIL PAREDES
c
i 7:30: on Sunday mornings.and December. things ok with you I i I I aood neighbors: move away USED CARS AT Phone 475-3371' lathe Pood Moderately! ?'rtced

token, don't accept a loan "sight unseen. there are still those who O. A. Parsons principal. right now? Sure hope so, for from our neighbor this week. BARGAIN PRICES OPT, 7 DAYS WEEKLYFull

:J. He sure t that the loan you get is best suit- arrive for an 8 o'clock serv' was in charge of the pro- they are tip-top for us, I Herbert and JoAnn Miles.! :MJKSKKY. Dlrm\ .n traiolie' -

ed to your needs low in cost with no I ice. So once( more, we say arram. He introduced F. L guess. I Randy and! Lisa are now mak- ELKCTRIC: Ala PIZZA Cnrt_Italian PIES Food= *

hidden charges attached. Stop in and let that Sunday Mass Is at 7:30: Sanders the new Assistant The weather is so unpredictable Ins their quarters In a newly AND:> ACETYLENE: :' O.C.Carnes Nursery BEER

at St. William's.It Principal and other faculty right now, that folks WELDING
I us tell you about our low-cost loan policy icdecorated trailer they pur IIlway 100. Florahome t Block North of Rod Light

as it applies to your particular needs. i Is hoped that the coiarregatlon members. In the position as the Roy chased. They have located MKLROSE 41 -2.31. K YSTO-'JIJ: HEIGHTS
will Join In the He also gave a very Interesting Orlfflns (they recently I the trailer about five miles Mile!*! SE of Starke
,
lnnrin of the hymns! during talk on plans for the bought ReveLs Fish Camp!, west of Interlachen In hopes -

I SEE US FOR ALL YOUR BANKING NEEDS the Mass. The Choir does not I school year. jou know I are wishing< It! that Joann's travels to th? MELROSEAuto Nursery Stock -Thousands USED CARSWZHAVE
of Plants &: Fruit
especially care to sing alone Room count was won by would calm off They report I I University and Herbert'sI : GOOD
Trees to choose from. Nice
KEYSTONE STATE BANK but rather to form a nucleus Mrs. McGrath's fourth grad that the pecks: are biting.; I I I travels to work In Pilatka: Service Shade Trees, Evergreens Used Cars and Trucks

nf the slnzlng group. Anyone! end Mrs. Sanders ninth Several! of our neighbors will b.. a bit easier. Randy Al SavIng Price
& All
lember F.D.I.C. Keystone t Heights, Fla. familiar with the hvmns isursert srade. have had some sad news this:I and U.aIIr111 continue to go Richard Jimts, Prop In containers Landscape Plants. We'll Get It For Ten

; to "Sin along"! At the conclusion of !the> week.! Mrs Earl Voyles' uncle to school in Metroe.ri. '!' !. -plant any If We Don't Have It

"Ynur Friendly Bank In Your Friendly] Father KIrby has gone for business. and program refreshments passed away. She and I !.! Dwight Carpenter! has Former Owner J. L. Motors time. Camelllaj to: azaleas Buff

I) Community." a visit with his family in were served *y Mr. and !Mrs. Ernest Ravels],I anent a couple of days reccn- Macclenny Let as do :your Ja.ndacapln Vernon Garage

I.: Ireland He will be away forscva Mrs. IT. C. King and Mrs.B. \ E have been in Orlando this]j I t'y' visiting with her daushtcr : Hwy 190 Kerrtora HffehITS

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Farmers Now Receiving CAP \ r;:; 'SFJC Termed I He added that rattlesnakes( I school children across the I Circus ComingTo I| ed In the 1968 edition Including

I i iI .' a also swim rivers and lakes country. SarahVheeler, sensational -

' And Soil Bank : 'Bigfjeat Bargain'For dui ing; their migrating period Locally the week will be observed -I Canadian star of the

Payments I ::2 : ) Two CountiesSanta and so.netlmea. attempt to with student art post- Fairgrounds flying tiapeze; ; the Roby
: I crawl into boats that block ers and\) special menus featur- Vanloos troup of whirlwind

1, Farmers participating In come from the crops being Fe Junior College their way. ing Florida foods throughout October 13 acrobats: and the Floreru

the long term diversion programs I diverted. Special provisionsare I / 4 may well to be ono of Moat\ winter dens occupiedby the week. I ftymnosbs A bevy of clowns
In the prove the 1985-86 school) vin be on hand to uncorkthe
county are now also made for an additional the best bargains Alac:lun the snakes are gopher During The King Bros, three-vine
( receiving their annual i where the mo.'d than. 71,000 public( latest In thrill and fooiIshnetis
leim
payments payment and Bradford counties ever holes which the hard-bac Inhabitant circus Is coming to Starke or I -
earned under the PI'Oi i farmer agrees to open the had. Rood-nsturedly sharer and non-profit private schools I Thuisday. Oct. 13. for tw for the little folk.

grams. ASCS C9unty office. diverted acreage to the pub- Financial: figures released: with the snake. nerved lunches daily to some performances at 4 and 3 p The world famous herJ ot
Manager Mrs. June Chapman -, lic free-of-charge for huntIng 1 18 million students. The
I by President Joseph W. Ford- I m. under sponsorship o 3o-Go elephants sensation
announced today. The and lor fishing where School Lunch Act of 1946 was
'yce revealed that the two Free Zip Code Amezlcan: Legion Post 56
I f two Continents! will head
i two Involved farm create'' "to safeguard the i
1 programs are ponds are present. counties paying 13 ;
are only wi
I OfferedBy of the The big-top attraction the animal display,
I the Conservation ReserveSoil In Bradford County there 'er> cent of the cost of opel'Q'tlon Service health and well-being and <*
( Bank] and the nation's children. and to encourage be at the Bradford! Count omplete menagerie is
t new are six farms participating In of the college while UPwards Post OfficeIn one of
Cropland Adjustment Pro- the* domestic consum- Fairgrounds. ''lie season's
the CAP. These farms will of 80 per cent of the highlights.
I gram. earn approximately $2,200 .,' students are from either Ala- accordance with a lolnt r.tlort of nutritious .agricultural -I Many new acts arc fealu-

Under the Conservation In annual adjustment :pay; '.''.' I c I'huor/ Bradford. announcement by the post- commodities and other ,
Reserve Program: participating ments. Provisions are also The remainder of the operating masters of this area. resi- foods." li Is administered by : .. :
: :
farmers signed con- made for th,' from the the U.S. Department of Agri ; ;' ; :
cost-sharing
on < funds come dents will! be offerel: an opportunity \\iiiiiti '
tracts during.. the period performance of conservation i 153 cent] their culture's Consumer and Mar- i \ .S.
State of Florida I per to zip code : (
1R5G-GO to take cropland out practices needed to protect I ; ;: and from stuent:! fees 133 per mailing lists during October.' keting Service In cooperation: t ;&; ,.( l/ :'H"t :
of production from 3 to 10 the diverted acreage; and: to centl "ith state and local school offlclals. : .., \
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the period Oct. '' '
years and to devote It to an encourage wildlife develop-1 L : With an opening enrollmentof 10-15 During which! has been designated |I : : .'. > ; ; ;.. :?' :> -i': .;.:: .

approved conservation use. ment. !| over 1.000 Dr Fordyce declared as Zip Code Week, all This popular program en- '. '. ......... .. ( ......,.:.>.,., ." .,,, ... .. -- ... ..... '" ''...' ,
In Florida about 70 per cent Farmers participating In I that the counties' con- residents will receive "no ablea children to enjov ij I : i ; !: :: ; ,,

was planted to farm forests. the two programs should) tribution to operating costs postage needed" cards with complete school lunch at be.I ELWiIL.1Z-i \" 'i
In Bradford County, 11 contact the ASCS county ofj j, of, the college would be more blanks for addresses used low cost prices In Bradford I (
Conservation Reserve contracts flee during the next few ', !than repaid by the amount, of mot often. Recipients are County it's 30 cents for elementary I ) \ : }" .: :
are still In force. An- weeks to complete necessary I' money kept In the counties asked to fill In the street school students 811':1'': I .is ri 7ii:5: : .Jrii

nual payments to be made arrangements for receiving, through students saving at number. city and state for 5 cents for junior and senior: : : ;:: ( .

tracts this year under these con- their payments earned. I .. home rather than hnvlnj: toiro out of town addresses: but do high. I .' : : -ij; } ;. ...L\::.:, .V V.
totals about 24195.
4 -
1 to school :
away not list names. Return the, Cash reimbursements from : : :

The 1966 Cropland AdJustment !Beekeepers Assn. : .' 4_ 4 I In addition. there are other cards to your local postmaster -, the Federal government account .. ." i"' ,. .....
Program authorized by 'less tangible benefits Dr. who will zip code the addresses for) about ..'* cents per ''uHiiV :': '!, .' '
'
the Food and AgriculturalAct 21-yeur-oM Heather DeMott: pictured above. with her Q "
To '
Meet
Saturday said. It has been estimated lunch another six cents ,
I
Fordyce : listed and return anti :. ? 1r": < .
of :; i ..p. ,
1965. offered ; :
farmers ftrther, It one of the foremost elephant trainers In America." for example that an them to I Is contributed when schools ".
1
the opportunity {o enter Into. The Northeast Flo.1da uiid llmther. will lie in you. : .' 'rr, : ':m ," r Yr.r t qfutC'm: ) k ,
An nil around utrobut !Kjmiiutt' (teen average trained \worked will make full use of foo' s donated -
revealed that
agreements of Agriculture with the to Department divert! ..j Beekeepers Association will\ the center ring of the King Ur...... 4'lrciiH coming to Hturke on repay the cost. of his training: half A recent the population poll Is already to them bv USDA from '. .( ..t: : : : n !btt}' Q'': :y,1 : : ."
hold
their annual meetingond Ort. 13 under orml'rlellli j I within five years through in- "rice-support and surplus-re- .' .., f. .....
Thuriwluy, Kponsorshlp Legion and is '
.. using zip codes now a $'' .
cropland from the production barbecue supper at the creased of ,' :: ;:' } : :::;': .
result moval and : :
taxes as a operations suc''Ole'TIental : :
of basic which .\ font 86. Performance! will' be lit 4 and' 8 p.m. at the rU1.l-1 good time to zip code Chi 1st- :,, : ::}, \ :, : .
crops are
!in Florida surplus. These Include ifi 1', American Starke on Saturday.Leglan hall Oct. in 8, ford {County Fairground his Nor higher does income the bargain end mas of addresses card! lists frequently and other usel list.:: Around school 11 lunch cents purchas"s. more of- :.:I1 y'Q..ff! ; ( t.!: rp.; 'q h NOW., ..,

com, cotton pea. beginning! at 2 p. m. An interest .
the lunch .
with cost U paid by .
operating costs. Dr. There i li no charge for this : : '
nuts. Brain sorghum* 0riieat *ng program with visiting Fordyce pointed out. for the state and local sources. ',. .. : 'rr.t1r'' .t. '1 t.L: .yjr"( .
service the office.
by post
land end diverted flue-cured must tobacco.also The be! speakers will be followedby NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED cost of construction of the Schools participating! in the Ji ( : >> \ .N. r' :. .EW Uj: j'We'4

devoted- to the barbecue supper. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYReno college campus near highway National School "National School Lunch Pro- :
conservation uses '
for the duration! of the AU beekeepers and their I 1-75 on land donated by the iram must meet three re-, \ i !jJfdT: tlfdp! .

agreements, which run from families are Invited. Haufler others, will be paid Lunch Week lulrements: Thev must st-rvs!
entirely out of state funds. .5 Type A [balanced 1 lunch. "
S to 10 years. Participating I Recreation! N'ews time. Rev Damon Dell W. P.; To Be ObservedNational ', : '
farmers earn adjustment' I Flag football games are played Sister Alma B. Bacon, \V M. "All things considered SF- "nust provide free or reduced'
:'I A Cluni.Uled Ad In the TELEGRAPH .TC will provide an educational Tlce lunches for children determined TOW.ft.FIi1ance Co '
payments calculated to partially each Monday and Tuesday !Mt.: M: o r i a h ;Methodist! School Luncr
offset the loss of In- reoult ;from 4:30: to 6:30: at the Reno I Church Rev. Hudson pastor. and financial bargain for Week has been proclaimed fo- by local school:! of-', ,

bring '('J playground. The public Is Invited Church School at 10 with :Miss Alachua and Bradford county Oct. 9-15 marking the 20th 'Iclals to be unable .to pay : :.l'.o :;1.' -\'I':' ......: ,
I'I. to enjoy the fun. Flag Carolyn Taylor and. Miss Frankie students with only minimum anniversary of serving flourIshing the full price: and mu,t operate "'I i

football will last through Oc I Jackson in charge. 11 a. contribution by the counties : noonday lunches to on a nonprofit basis. \I'' -- "' -'

Easy To OwnLONGCHAMP tober. m. Lovefeast service. At 4 p. themselves," D r. Fordyc ... -- .
Please watch the paper for m. Holy Communion. I said. : ..

legislation date for fall bas- RECOIl HOP

HOMES ketball. The cooperation of There will be. a Record Hopat Watch Out ForRattlesnakes AREA
all interested teenagers will Alma's Recreation Center BUSINESS DIRECTORY

be greatly appreciated I Ion October 8. There will ,be a

Custom Built I Teen Time is being held each I prize given away at the door. On The Go-Go
Saturday night from 811. All Time 8 p.m.
teenagers are Invited to come I 1 :Mrs. Lillie Jackson was the Look before I I
is
Your Plans Or Ours out and enjoy an evening of iCIndenlla in the Grocery Ball. good advice at you any leap time-I Air Conditionin .lIeatin2' .I, Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment

fun. Everyone made merry with end especially\] at this time of I
v. Your Lot Or Ours I JnrkHon-Cunimlng I her. year when a misstep Into RUSS PIKER POWELL'S Cherry'sGainesville's I

; Exchange Vow Greater Allen Chapel A.M. thick undergrowth Authorized Alrtemp Hancock Office
HOME IMPROVEMENTS I or over an Beauty AcademyLearn
I 'Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cummings [,1E. Chunh. Plans are In the old tree stump might bring Heating & Air Condltlc/nlng\ Most Fashionable
REMODELING: ALTERATIONS announce the marriage of their i making for a Youth Day Harvest ::our foot within striking distance SHEET METAL a Professlo In Your Address For Ladles .

daughter. Glory E., to Johnny Program which will terminate of a diamondback rat Accidental Commercial Spar Tim Full or Part Time DKESSESSUITScOATSJIATJUNITY EQUII'MENTSznlthCoronaAutbOriZOd}
Jackson son of Mrs. Lillie In October,
3-BEDROOM HOMES I Captains .1 tlesnake. -Industrial DAY & EVENING CLASSES
,Jackson of Starke. |I for the program ore as. fol- A warning to all Florida Salell8taUatlon-Service Low Tuition Terms :: IVEAR6CCESSORIES
Miss Cummings Is a 1963 ''lows Mrs. 31 J.
:
White Dealer
I : residents to be on guard has 2702 N.E. 19th Dr.
chl\lr-1 :: 219 N.W. 10th Ave.
FOR NOW RJE School ,
SALE graduate of High I man; Captains: Mary
been Issued! by Ross Allen\] of Gainesville 372-0714
and a 1964 graduate of Volu- ':Morris, Carolyn Thomas. ShirHe Guinenvlllo 378-2766: Clary-Victor: -Total!*
the famed Reptile Institute at 7 W University. Gainesville
Small Down PaymentIN ::,ciia County Community College, I Cohens Cynthia Broxton, Silver SprIngs. It's "snakes Adding MactUn.ee. Calouton
I T. V. D, Daytona Bea<'h. She 1 Gale Randolph :Marie Griffln CHAIN SAWS
a go-go1' at this time of '
>ear. MOBILE HOMES
PINE BREEZE SUBDIVISION AND is presently employed In "St.irkc.Mr. : and Geraldine Dean., :Mrs. E. Allen says when rattlers are AUTO SALES&SERVICE SALES: -SEI't VI.CERJJNT: ALl
Jackson, graduated from W. Thorn pk ins {'o- EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION R.JE High and is now employed ': Everyone is working to migrating; to their winter dens A. & J. Saw MUSTANG SAVE TIME: Dlncusa you
JEEP
there. He is also director of the make< this a great success. In anticipation of a long & Mower Co. requirement with u* tint..
snooze through the cold wea- Family of 4 Wheel Drive
Contact Reno Recreation Department.The (;iui, :scniT.s Mobile Homes Inc.
wedding will be nn event I' Girl Scout meeting wag held. ther."They're. RAMBLERAmerica's Joe Anderson. Mgr. 52* N. Main St. OalnesvUl

BUFORD MITCHELL of October 9 at New Bethel Saturday, Oct. 1. at 1 p.m. at moving now, and Homelite Chain Saw Gainesville's,!! Discount Mobile Phone 376-5551
Office Phone'969-3281' P. O. Box 238 Baptist Church at :5 p.m. All the home of the leader .E G.i you may "even see one cross Finest Economy Car Home Sales Lot.
SALES SERVICE;;
I your yard. Allen said. "Peo- SALES AND/ SERVICE &;
and relatives Invit-
110 S. Thompson St. Starke Fla. friends are i Walker We are grateful, forgil'ls Volume purchases for our entire i
I ple who go into -- woods
ed. Repairs & Parts All Malted '
the that were presen.t.The chain: guarantees savingsof
AIU'LT !SCHOOL I next will beheld tliould be especially careful Ridgway Motor Co. GRAVELY TRACTOR many hundreds of dollars PAINT & GLASS
meeting "
We Are of Commerce Members Are t to watch their step he warn-
Chamber SALES & SERVICE
Classes!! are in In '
progress Saturday Oct. 8 at 1 p. on the quality home of your
You? If Not JOIN TODAY! I Bradford County for adults and ''m, In Room D3 at RJE High ed. 1132: S. Main choice.
2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville
Allen !&*iid many snakes are
:
all interested' persons can.get II School. All Scouts are asked killed crossing the highways Gainesville 92-8433 Phone 372-3588: 4820 N.W. 13th St. 4H North
:Mrs.
'Information by contacting
Bernice Hopkins or :Mr L. H. I 100 PUll unsold oq astioid oj during autumn months and Just Off Waldo Road I Gainesville, 378-1346 Liddell Paint &

NURSING HOME Gibson In tho usa building or" ,time. aded:! a note of caution to B & G Motors Co. :MotorrvclesSrooteraStreit's \ Glass Co.
STARKE RJE High School. i let "dead snakes" H. since CADJLLACOLDSIOBJLESALES : CONCRETE PRODUCTS

.. .. Classes\ are held In Pleasant! I they are capable of biting as & SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop KYAN1ZE PAINTSGUssMlrroraSlidlnf
808 S. COLLEY ROAD Grove Monday and Wednesday riustlo. Notebook $7.50 at the long as two hours after they Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE
TELKGKAF1I. : HONDA::
Basic Education and have been struck by cars. MOTORCYCLES
nights for
Taken On Cadillac Trades THE BEST FROM
Phone Fla. Cushman' Door
969-4271 Starke Tuesday night sewing classesare & Vespa Sconters :

held 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Edward's Building Ducati-BSA-Zundapp Tub Enclosures-Shower Dour

1. We hurve complete mining service fur adult' of I At RJE the Basic Education GLASS That's Our Business PHONE 37S-7S15 Supply Inc. Motol'cycles-Sales & Service -\Vlndow.AwningCsrpel'lVahlpaper.Sterrtron
,
all age, Classes are held each Mondayand SCHWINN BICYCLES &

Wednesday nights.A ',' "If It's Glass We Have It" 136 S. Mala-372-4844 Locksmith & Safe Work Consultation.
sewing class 'will be organized Pinna Performance I
2. \\r have K.Nand L.F.N'a on duty 24 hoursa at RJE If enough persons CALL WRITE or VISIT OAINCSVILLB.! FLA. 818 Gainesville W University 3737761MOTORCYCLES Ave.

day. will attend to support\ the FOR ANY GLASS NEED i SAAB 116 NW. Sixteenth St.

.* class. Please give the Information ELECTRIC MOTORS ; I GAINESVILLE; 372-8111[

3. ,,'e have our own X-ray and laboratory. (Mr. to ''Mrs.: L.. :M. Royal or E ', We Dcs'gn' Modern Store Fronts I SALES AND SERVICE
G. Walker for the sewing class, 5. I ELECTRIC THECYCLE
CLEAN USED CARS
James/ MoMrlef l lit our full time licensed technician Just Mail Us A Pattern Fo"
which will be organized :Monday -
). I night. Table TopsSHEA'S 1031 S. :Main Gainesville Motor Repair Co. SHOP TILES & PAINT

4 .,; I There is a sewing class in Of GadnetrvlUa. Inc.ftepairingReWkdiflg. NORTON BULTACO
Phone 378.2136
4. We are licensed! for :30 bed by the State Boardof {,operation at the USO building DUCATI BRIDCESTONBMOTOKCTPLES!

Health1''Llceiwo"NO. 2. ''in the day for those persons 8 GLASS CO. New and Used FLENTKOTB TILL
.
I not
who are working.
I Basic Education classes are Tropical Pontiac Vinyl-Vinyl Ambeutof
GUARANTEED
B. "'e have a modern fireproof building with central I held In Lawtey Anderson Ju.I 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 WORK Complete' Service ft: Part

art-conditioner ,MIld heat. I nlor High School Monday and Inc. 1030 S. Main GaInesville New &: Used machine. In stock Floor Finishing Product

Wednesday nights.CJit'RC'II Phone 3T2-831S Easy Financing Term UURALITE PAINT
TRUCK OMC CENTER Available
6.V are within two blocks of the Bradford County NEWS"
tlo pltid. Greater Allen Chapel AM.K : Serving: Florida PONTIAC FARM EQUIPMENT 324 N.W. 8th Ave. GYM FINISH
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Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson Since 1950 220 NW. 8th Ave. Gainesville Gainesville 378-3660

pastor will hold services Sunday 372-2583 Tenney Tile & Paint
7.'e have a fine staff of Doc-tor serving tile starting with Sunday 7ft. a'Eig S : g".. I Santa Fe Tractor, MOVERS

Home. 'School at 10 am. with :Mrs. K CRANELINcOLNMERCrRY Inc. 2222 N.W. 8th St.Gainesville .
In :Morning .. ... .... .
B. Delestre charge. -- ... ., .. Long Distance Moving
8. Wt are V.A. ''service will be held at 11 p.m. FORD Local Drayage 378-1302
appro\ed. '! church in Mrs. Lucile Authorized Sales A Service _
with the junior Cordially Storage Packing Crating
(charge. The speaker will be GodwinRepresentative 906 E. University Gainesville Farm Tractor A Implement
8. tVe are approved the Phone lCrane's Ford Industrial Machinery Shipping
by Stale Welfare Agency Miss Carolyn Thomas. Evening
Welcomes/ TRAVEL
j service will be held at 6 p.m. Imports FREE
LAJfDROVBR 4 Wheel Drive ESTIMATES eA.LLHILL'S
10. 1\e will be certified .under, Medicare. Rev. L. A. Sampson will deliver Ph. 964-5321: 1 Yon awl Your Volvo (Mereedes.BeMl) SALES, PARTS, SERVICE
I the message. 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your FIAT-HILLMAN MOVING

I Friday night. Oct. 7. sen-Ice ,, Starke 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville House
New Horn of Travel
11. We are large .noul&\1&) to give aU nursing *ervlc will be rendered by the following 2201 N. Main OainesvUle & Storage, Inc. ,

*. that an adult nuy| aced, but aiuudj enoughto I churches at Allen Chapel: Phone 372-4373 Phone 378-2548 3340 N.E. Waldo Rd.

provide a family atmosphere. ) Mt. Zion AME Church LavUey The The/ State of FloridaIt GARDEN SUPPLIES Gainesville 372-4271 INC.

Rev. McKnight pastor.
12. Air. J..II. :Monrrlef U. In charge of complete lab- I Church of Cod, In Christ Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and AUTO SALVAGE MUSIC AIRLINES!

oratory, uud x-ray fiUiliUle, Laboratory No. 024.CALL Starke. Rev. Williams pastorAll To Acquaint You With Your City. Johnson & Faris, Inc.
and members are
n officers LIPHAM MUSICCo. STEAMSHIP!
Paul's Auto SalvageWe
'asked to please!! be present. Line of R H.1

WRITK: OR COME BY. I The Junior Choir will appear If you are new In the area a phone Buy Wrecked Cars At $Complete EIDSPIANTSInae.ctlcldenFet Inc.,

In program at Antioch call will TOP PRICESAll Hotel..! Cat Beat***!
*T AND. VISIT WITH US. N I Baptist Sunday at 3 p.m. All bring you a prompt visit s eppwesFERTILIZKKS VAL LIPHAM

members are asked to please Make A Model Weekday 8:30: to CM:
I, from your local hosteas. Please give PIANOS ORGANS-DRUMS
cooperate on this program. Uted Paris 'We Rent Fertilizer SpnI&den'220t
Thomas Guitars and
Lawton B. Owner-Administrator Amplifier
NOTICE: Service-We Will Sat 9 to 12.
OES: Teletype
her a call! She has maps and many NW. Sth Ave. SHEET MUSIC
Wr\ Gertrude Kau/fman-Asst. Administrator I Dell Chapter 168 will meet Find Any Part For You.
i I,Thursday at 8 p.m. In theMasonic free and wonderful gifts for yoq Gainesville 376-4512 PHONE: 372-0471 Galneavllle Shopping Center 3415 W. University Ave.

I Hall on Brownlee 441 N. PMt Stock Yard n*. 872-3333: Gainesville 3781801r
'
Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones Street. All members are asked from local businesses.

J I to please; i bII; present and en | :__ -. ., =- .- .








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Plai_ ; \ r 1 GET STARTED TODAY' Tvl
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AROUND THE WOW.D"GAME EIOC K p y,
YOURS FREE AT FOOD FAIR
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PRIZES "'0'0 --:. ..
$3,00041,0004500, RIO FOR 2 I

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HUNDREDS GIVEN AWAY IN
I $25410-$5-GAME SLIPS.-.A DRAWING Will ,IVtftV TOM f 1t EVEftV. WEIMr eN.... .:= '
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WHITE POTATOES CLEAM 11
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, : FOURTEEN nn.tnronn oorvrr TKLKORAPH. STARKF. FLORIDA: TIlt'RSDAV.!,; OCT. R. IlBS!
-. -.
i omplulnt" with titt( i or" k i.t
yyyyyyyyyyyyyy Vn'V1 Ihiyes. Mrs Warren Mlzell of Gainesville. Douglas. ELEMENTARY STUDENTART CARD OF THANKS EDWARDS ELECTED MASONIC MEETINGThe Maid Court und 'to mr\u" .u
BROOKER BAPTIST Usher and Counting Com- EXHIBIT 'I'Y' IhiTfof, ill'.m the Pin,,In.Iitr'e .
Mrs. Clyde Green and MrsJO.NCP Our recent sad loss leavesus Master Mason Defies: of ,, .
Maurice Edwards. Jr., was attorney r o.d. KO.
Stokes The honoree CHURCH; mittee: Howard Douglas withf1'ateful/ hearts toward will be conferred In Bradford I Just lea. Ill: South' IulnRtl'e..l.
J BROOKER Oct. 2, instab Leslie Green Earl Green, Cecil Elementary school students fleeted vice president of the ..
and her mother, Mrs. Andrews Sunday was neighbors and friends Lodge No. 35, F. & A. M. on UulllCBVllle, l"lo.ld", nor
and mother-in-law. latlon service day at the Melvin M. O. Harrell. J. art will be displayed at North Central Florida Angus Thursday. Oct. 6. at 7:30: before the Slnil day ul' October -
Their comforting expressIonsor Association: at its recent an- p. ll! <10; otherwlHo, .a D"cl"'o
Stolies The the Florida Bank at Starke
: By Joyce Harrell. were e chr.rl' Brooker Baptist Church. R. Mott C. Stalnaker Bobby m.
:Mis C. sympathy and thoughttul- nual meeting in Gainesville.In Pro Confenso will be entered
the school
during current
following were Installed bs Dyal. .
n.am.myYVYVVYYYSTORK entl'd'Ith a lovely cor- ness will always be remembered. against you.
Each the resigning pastor. Rev. Nursery Committee: Mrs.C. : This notice shall. )be published -
the hostess
.
by The
sn-je year.Mrs. Alex Williams .' In the Strut, t"'d, Omiiu Telegraph
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James L. Temple: Stalnaker Mildred Har- Severs county art instructor 1.01110IUU'I'II "IUI-
SHOWER hostess wore a miniature family and the Dave Green six calendar. montbit from titi, tiuciir i\ .\M> .'011 earh week for, four (4))
I Mrs. Henry Horrell; was diaper as 1corsalte.. Cake Sunday School Superintendent rell, Lucille Edwards Cora said that each weeka family. 'tin* date nf the first publUu lilt\U"'OI. l'0 t\o: 'I'Y. 1'II :\ consucutlie week, the Mr I t
I honored Monday night with and punch were served to i Tommy Cox. Lee Stalnaker. Edith Melvin, different school) and grade lion of thin notlip. 1-Jiich l "Iaimor (' ,V\('F.HV.IMwnrd : publication ,dale: to b.. t the -..'lId
will be The domand" iniiHt ho In writing : M. day of, "Snptf-nihpr I A I U. litbitWITN10S3 .
T. exhibits CJuldryPlaintiff
Training Union Director Mrs. H. Seabach Mrs. C. represented.
1 a.stork shower at the Community the 33 guests. Mrs. Harrell i end moist stnte the place olrenldonco my bund ,and, .< ,it\
I \ Center. Lovely pastel received many lovely gifts. F. L. Douglas. Baggett Doris Kelly JohnnIe will continue throughout First publication on ptunibnl: and pant> orrlc'eOd/ VIIHel..n Divorce al tnrl,.e. ih'ud, ford I'o( ll 111\',
t colors were used through the She Is the former Iva Jean Church Treasurer Joyce Green Theo Dyal, Donna the school year. 29. 1HHD.29 drHM of the claimant And bunt B. CluldryPefenilnnt. Florida thin lltli any or :September :;
./ 4t 1020In Uo sworn to by the .claimant A.U., 1 1901.CCIARLIs( .
Stokes Pearl Hagar Witt. W. E. Blgham.
Clerk Mrs.
; I
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advantage Butler. and
building to best Andrews of Lake his agent or his attorney or >: o'ru'FOF" SUT : A. pARnrCltrk )
Games were played' and prize Is a member of the Brooker Sunday School Secretary Joyce Stokes. You ere hereby vnnamHnd. ... Ci.iliUr Jililiie'n., Court In It will become void accordingto TO: Helen B. Uuidry 200 Pop- of ('In, ult Court.,.
awarded to Mrs. N. O Junior High School faculty. i. Regina Harrell; Church PUni&t. Flower Committee: Edith within six calendar mnnthl In Anil For llruiirord.. ('ooon'F. law. lar Street, Charleston South By: Bi-ululi M MO..JJ I< .
Dorothy Jean Douglas; Melvin Grace Blgham. Car- from tine" Into of the first pub Klorliln September 211, 1906 Carolina Deputy Clerk
Hostess for this happy occas-
lloatlon of thin notice to appear In re- Estate of Jules Sihlller' Peggy E. Shaper YOU WILL, PLEASE TAKE !/2Z 4t 10/13
W. I Ned) Training Union Secretary olyn Dyal. Mildred Harrell. PKUQY 10:. SIIALJ:R
BOWLERS! ion were: Mrs. In this court and how dooennrd.NO. NOTICE that a suit for divorce
Hicks Mrs. Clyde> Green, Denver Prescott: Music Director Social Committee: Grace CRIIBO, If any you can why tlv : TICK TO rn.:iroii4 i AdmlnlntrHtrlx' of the .Estate bus been filed BuahiMt you In
Mrs W. H. Hayes, Mrs. C. L. Tommy Cox. Blgham Johnnie Green, Lucille action of this court In admitting All creditors of the estate of ol Jules .Sclilllor. c1ec..a..d.FlrKt the Circuit Court of tho J Klg-hlh
Attend: Meeting\ Tonightat Sunday School Teachers'Nursery : u Edwards. said will to probate Jules Hchlllur deceased are l publication on S&ptemhir Judicial Circuit In and For TUB RIGHT POINT for the
I Atkinson of Brooker Mrs. 29.) 1900.
; should not stand unretoknt.THEROf1 hereby notified and required to Bradford County Florida In
Starke Recreation and Beginners Freda Church Pianist Alternates: THOMAS & PIETICH: way you write. Come IP andselect
W L Crawford and Mrs. A. YAWN: file any claim* or damandH which Edward M. Quldry Is the
Dept. Bldg., 7:00 p.m. Leonard Blvins of Lake But- Mott: Primaries, Inez Carolyn Dyal Hilda Harrell. County Judf.. Bradford County. which they may have against,, .im-1 i North Temple Ave.Sunk. plaintiff and you are the Defendant your favorite ESTER-
Fla.Thomas. Hid estate In the office. of tin ', Florida BROOK fountain TEUE-
ler and Mrs. Joan Reddick Green: Junior Girls Dolly Mrs. A. F. McDavld. Tierce. county judge of Bradford 0/29 4t 10i /!?C You are hereby requested t? GR'PII.lEJ's&QTGTHE pen.
Harrell: Junior Boys Doro- After services the contiiep 203-5 North Temple Ave. County Florida In tin I mintImiiae .. "- file your answer or othc..
they Jean Dougles; Intermediate a tlon met at the Community Stark., Kla. I at HtarkiFlorida, with \ TIII-] C'uu..r. rouse: oi' 1 pleadings to the Plaint if'e(
i :: Girls! Frances Douglas; Center for a basket din-
GOSPEL MEETING Intermediate Boys, Theo ner. A sterling silver coffee
Dyal; Young People F. L..' service was presented to Rev.j
Douglas; Adult Men, M. O. and Mrs. Temple and regret i
ATSOUTHSIDE Harell: Adult Women, Iva was expressed that they are' r
M. Douglas. leaving the community. They -
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CHURCHOF Training Union Leaders: will be greatly missed. Rev.I' FOOTBALL GAME

Beginners, Mildred Harrell Temple having served as
Primaries Ernestine Lester: pastor of the church for nine 1 I
CHRIST Junior Boys Fostlna. Lester: years. I
Junior Girls Pat Witt: Intermediates I F ,i i

Intersection 301 and Brooker Rd. ((227)) Carolyn Dyal; .
Young People Jean Douglas.


OCTOBER 1$ THRU 16 Teachers H.Substitute Seabach.: Edith Mlldren Sunday Melvin School Green.Mrs. RAIFORDBy Mrs. Earl Dobbs Tornadoes VS. Orlando Oak Ridge


.-.:-..- WEEK NI & ITS 8:00() PJVL .e. ** ,I,'.Dpttie sflt'urte'I5ei'nlri'nfiaheaders Sue Kelly.Su' .r Phone 498-2601 1.. I
J1t.* .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
: Theo Dyal. Doris
CONGREGATIONAL SINGING Kelly. Janice Mott, Frances Our deepest sympathy to

NO COLLECTIONS the family of Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Bloodsworth who I Friday October 7 8:00: P. M.

Regular Sunday Services passed away last week. He 1 ,
will be greatly missed by

10 A.M. Bible Study 11 A.M.:\ Morning Worship each of us.

6:30: P.M. Evening Worship guest Mrs.Sunday Mary Freeman her son had Erl'esti as']: BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM

Freeman of Jacksonville Mr. I
u t and Mrs. A M. Jones And,,'
children and Mrs. Harold',. : All Tickets at Gate $1.50 Student Activity Cards Good For All Home Games.

Crawford of Starke.

Mrs. Johnnie Mazzola i*I C Children Grades 1 Thru 4 Free If Accompanied By Parents.
visiting her husband in California i 1
CharleyE.
'
y this week. j i' _. ,. ._ .- .,.. ..-'rr+ + 'q:n ,ws. ." .,'.' .. --rjk'kfrS .'"
Friend. of Luther Polhlll 4r.6
0r :
:
will regret to learn that he Is1a I t
patient in King Memorial'

Johns Hospital as the result of an:
accident We pray he recovers -
speedily. I!

Mrs. Mallle Griffis visited ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fair and '
about this question: Mr. and Mrs. Ace Richard:, : '7F

son in Jacksonville Thurs-
"50,000 auto deaths DC-
day.Mr.
occurred in 1065. To equal and Mrs. Earl Dobbs
were Wednesday guest of
this terrible highway record
Yr A .i.. in the air would re t their children the Howard .- :" a r, '
ri *41 .f ... .... Registers in Lake City. s'tid
[ 10 airplam
quire j jet Carlos Cnson of Georgia *

'.... crashes every week. Unless visited! hm mother. Mrs. Nolle k t
we drive more safely, Cason and other relatives ? -
ras ', i I II Ir
,
higher auto insurance rat. here over the weekend. w L
... es must result from higher ,- Miss Beth Dobbs accom- .., r n

,: auto death rates." panied Miss Betty Jenkins of I
fctarke and her fiancee Cecil
Brown of Trenton to the
Charley E. Johns rS
k.
_____ home of Mr. Brown's parentsIn
Agency Trenton for a family yI

luncheon Sunday. I I
PRYDE HINTON Guest MinisterFrom Mrs. Julia Croft and babyof y ,
131 S. Walnut St.
Sayre Alabama Lulu and Mrs. Shlrlle
,
PHONE 964-0201 Bennett of Glen St. Marys
''I I were Sunday guests of their
parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill
e Sapp and attended the

'Bloodsworth funeral. BHS CHEERLEADERS
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Har-

aso cI vy of Jacksonville visited Left to Right: Jackie Smith, Sharon Noegel, Kay Colaon.!'! Barbara McRae, Della Wilson, Melanie
8 ,.7, friends, here Sunday and at-
Beth
Bradley, Scoggins. Kneeling Janelle Pollard.
tended the Bloodsworth
funeral and church here

Sunday nlKht./: BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
__0. ._ J ,Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Ca'or
'. .. ..,-. e.. .
of Ormond Beach were visiting
I ; here Saturday. Sept. 16. Baker County 0 Starke 26 Oct. 21 Palatka Away

r Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison .

I : # : ) Jr. and' son David ol i Sept. 23. Santa Fe 0 Starke 42 Oct. 28 Live Oak Away

', Gainesville visited her par
T tnts. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sept. 30 St. Augustine 0 Starke 39 Nov. 4 Fernandina Home
Rosier Sunday.

Friends of Gerald Orlffl- Oct. 7 Orlando Oak Ridge Home Nov. 11 Lake City Away
will be glad to learn that he

/1L ei came Friday.home from, the hospital Oct. 14New' Smyrna Away Nov. 18 Orange Park Home

; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn McRae
3 and children Wlndie and"I

n 4 'Brad,1 rupsts were of Mr.Sunday and: Mrs.luncheon C'xrj, This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters--

McCullum in Gainesville

) s t Clifford Douglas of Jick-. "Let's Have 'Another Winning Season" GO TORNADOES HAIL TOT H E; C II A1: I' S
F Fonville visited Earl Dobb!

y r I Friday.The Thorton, Family Re EDWARD'S GROCERY TERWILLEGAR MOTORS H. C. WALL, INC.

union wa well attended and i ia INSURANCE AGENCY

: zl s wonderful time was enjoyed LETS' ALL SUPPORT THE TEAM 1 C 01: P L I1: E N T S
; a bv all.
WE CHEER YOU ON TO VICTORY
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Bas STARKE BUILDERS COMMUNITY STATE BANK
of Jacksonville!' visited hei
parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmei SUPPLY Member F. D. I. C. CHARLEY E. JOHNS

Wallace over the weekend. AGENCY
Mrs. Jo Ann Orlffis was a LET'S GET GOING TEAM: GOOD LUCK !1I
"Or course we're getting: anew business visitor in Gainesville
Sahirt'wv afternoon I LAWSON'S MARKET HURST'S SHELL U EST WISHESDODD'S

car..the best way. Mrs. Bill Browning honored SERVICE
STATION
her husband Bill with a AUTO SALES
with, a bank auto loan! family! birthday dinner Sunday SEE YOU AT THE GAME: CARL HURST
f : at their home In Raiford. U. S. :3111 & S. K. 100 Slarke. Fla.
The children grandchildren Goodman's Service Station BEST 'SIIESPHO 9(51-0211(; &

{ It's the easiest and, certainly, the most eco- and other relative a Seeber Goodman I5e A Booster For The TornadoesSHUFORD'S !
Owner. MUTUAL LUMBER CO. Inc.
nomical' way in town to finance your next carl made the Browning day a Gulf Products, Goodyear Tires!" & Batteries! .
Quick and with all the special bank-loan' happy one. The birthday 105 E. Madison Street STANDARD WE BUY TIMBER: AND LOGS
rake was decorated as a facsimile .
advantages that, together can save you SERVICE STATION
of Mr. and' Mrs, GO TORNADOES
LETS
If' money. Come in and eel! Browning In their flower "YES, YES, GOOD LUCK TO BHS

Ji\; garden with 76 dahlia blosvomd GIB BROWN BEST WISHES[
.. : to represent his age and NOEGEL'S AUTO SALES
;: three candles representing SERVICE STATION A. J. THOMAS-REALTOR
past present and future.
C 0 M P L I 31 E N T S
FL.ORIDA I IT'S KICK OFF TIME! We're Proud Of Our Coaches and Team
IX rorvTv Jrnoproi 1T. Faulkner's Sinclair Service
IV \\n FOR nIt \nFORfl0t DENMARK FURNITURE
(' %Tt. FLORID \. BILL EDWARDS 709 S. Walnut Street

BANK: I AT STARKE; I)I"\"a, "" HilHl KMnt.! .of "OTIC'F. Olr PRORT"
.' TO( ALL PYRioNg: ( :: YNTg1. :,,y: GOOD LUCK TORNADOES
I rn! iv THF: ESTATE!: : or COMPLIMEKTSFARMER'S! '
of 30 Bank of the Florida National
One... Group I "AO 'r"El"F."I1\"T" !:! "GO FIGHTING TORNADOES" STARKE NATURAL
Tou ire htrtbv notified that SUPPLY GAS

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. x'r>a fc,ritten,the hat.Instrument mil' and< purporting Uu..nl. A. B. Jchr.son ANDREWS DRUGS CITY UTILITY DEPT.

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