Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03708
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A bright new world openedup Thrilled by all the Inter Woodham manipulates a shoulder: Wes Ketchie and and Pat Mundorff watch, in Parents who would like for

FIRST DAY for Starka pie-schooleis esting things to see and do. puppet bunny with her hand: this week as Southside Ele- the 78 younfuters enrolled to Marilyn Starling and Pam with building blocks: John Bradford County has about continue to register at

mentary School began Its date were having a ball Glass seem quite in love with Valinskl holds the flannel- 177 pre-schoolers enrolled In Southside through next

three units of kindergarten Tuesday In their colorful new this oversize stuffed clown, graph board:: -qhile Beth Ann Its kindergartens at Brooker week Children who are five

OF KINDERGARTEN after more than a month's looms as these pictures were Lori Beth Salazar looks at a Dyal mounts pictures: Irene Hampton, Lawtey, Southside years old during 1966 are

delay! awaiting completion of taken. story book while Marcia Me- Wainwright does a bit of Anderson, and RJE. eligible to attend.

new construction. From left: Smiling Kelly Elhenny p"-ks over her iorning, while Wes Ketchie


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A fifth county Flagler will join with Alachua, .

Baker, Bradford Clay, and Union in a mammoth Demo-

cratic Rally and free Fish Fry at the Starke State State Road DepartmentWill

I Farmers Market Monday. '
Between3.000.; and -4,000 Handle All Right

party'loyals"are"expected at meeting the steering com- Of-Way Transaction !' > d '
this event billed aa the biggest dtM
mittee in the courthouse Mon- "'
rally In Northeast Florida day night, AH committees reported I The State Road Depart- B .l t..lJ.: '-."';....'I\M\!'i

during the current political progress" with their assignments ment started Monday on a
campo Ign.f'eatured. and predicted the survey of Bradford County's present dead end of SB 21Ato Clerk of the Court Charles

: speaker will be J Job of cooking: and serving No. 2 secondary road projectfor the county boat lamp on Darby said that the entire
leader hm to
Democrat from thrtvi counties! gathered Monday night eompkieplans |
Robert King High Mayor of fish! hush puppies, hot and cold the current year approximately Little Santa Fe; and another negotiations on this project
for the Flnh next 1IondllIIp"t"/ <<
Miami and Democratic nominee drinks, and other "trlmmirgs" rry-Itally uy four miles of 1.9 mile T-shaped segment will be handled by the State
for Governor of Florida. to the huge crowd would be a A ml row", and John "Wilkinson chairmen of. the DeniiM ratio Executive Commit: tet: hard-surfacinf: In the Big taking off from SR 21 at Road Department, In con

Others Invited to apeak >include smooth-running operation In <>f Cnlon, Bradford. and Clay Counties respectively Standing" (I-rt) I lrn.: Ih'iitrlcn, and Little Santa Fe Lake Faith Presbyterian Church trast to prior secondary road

Speaker of the House Ralph the hands of experienced per- t'onper, (lny County State ('ommlttN>wonmn; Kn/Ty Cooper, C'lay County co-chulr- area running west to the lake. projects, when the county

Turltngton of Gainesville Rep. sonnel. man, High for Governor; II. P, Morgan Bradford |C'ounty Chairman for High.! The action Is welcome then extending north and secured right of way.
John Crews of Macclenny, and Guy Andrews, chairman of news.. to residents of the low- south for approximately half Bradford's No. 1 secondary
Gene Shaw, Democratic nomIne the Bradford County Execu- lying lake area who have a mile In each direction. project, approximately one
, for State Representative tive Committee, said that Democrats .. sometimes had to take to After the survey Is completed mile of paving from US 301

Bradford, Clay and Union In. all six counties are School Board Petition Filed bouts for access to the out- deeds will be drawnup South, extending through
i Counties. cordially Invited to come out side world In hurricane by the State Road Department Lincoln Cltv and terminatingIn

A. J. Thomas Jr., of Starke and enjoy the Monday night wee ther. ,. and property own a dead end< will be advertised -

and Fort Lauderdale will be get-together! and "meet the Moves To Cut. For ValidationOf The project will consist of ers contacted' for sale or possible for bids. this month,
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ceremonies. next: Governor of Florida. I. Darby said. '
I master of :r two miles of road'' t t from'the .condemnation.
: Final: plans for the 6-coun- Serving will begin at 6:30: ,"-".... a

I ty affair were made at a p.m. Food CostsIn 1":1-- BondsA ,. ... s- ....,.
City Suspect HeldIn
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aY .. ', : Lawtey
I ( a move that should nave \P petition for validation:! of CaseA
thousands dollars annually, utility Court To Say tr.f
; ; i $ ii the Bradford County School revenue bonds has been filed weekend break-In at

Board voted lost Thursday In Circuit Court by City Attorney Thomas Restaurant near Law-

night to place food purchases George; Pierce. Who Gets $$500Tax tey has apparently been solve
for all
county school cafeterias
Proceeds of the issue will ed with the arrest of a suspect -
.., on a bid basis.' be used for construction of Peter Joseph Nadlli

I School Superintendent Tom t additions extensions, and Assessor Gene Long Charged with entering with
Casey: said the board hopes to
Improvement to the city's filed a "petition for Inter- F M Intent to commit petit larceny
cut food costs by 20 to 30 per power plant and system. pleader" in Circuit Court Nmlila .. tent as a result of this action Douglas Conner skl
here Tuesday g'the County Judge' T. A. Yawn
and thus avoid having to It will be rapnifl:! from utility -
f Gets Winn-Dixie court: determine how he Monday and requested a preliminary
,...,.- boost Hchool lunch prices: again department revenue
should disburse $479,05 now hearing
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this year. ScholarshipDouglas TI)" city also has an out-
In his possession set
*ti Casey said it had been assumed standing! obligation of $2.- Hearingdate was for
,,;' '. a that Bradford lunch- son of Mr!*. Lucian OB'i' 000 of 1 1004, which refunded The money represents the October 14, and ball axed at
amount lemainlnar. after deducting 12.500.
rooms were getting approxi Conner and' a graduateof various other debts
mately the name prices from Bradford County High I anj;!' provided funds for a advertising expenses, Bradford deputies Robert
: d 1 food wholesalers as were the School, has been awarded! n. sewerage!! treatment plant from a $500 deposit made by Green and A. E. Brown con-
schools !nil Alachua County, college e'holarship: by Winn- and other Improvements Ariel: Crosby upon challenging ducted the Investigation
where bids are required Dixie Stores, Inc., it was announced the IDS''? assessment by Hugh Rahn
A survey by "Mrs, Sarah by James Cameron, Tax Assessor! Gene Long on

Hunter, lunchroom supervisor, recretary of the Winn-Dixie Rep. Don FuquaTo Crosby's Wa-shlntton Street Gets Union BANTAMFOOTBALL
revealed that prices being paid Stored Foundation.Mr. warehouse property '
James E. Brunaon Be
her were out of line, Casey : Conner, who will attend SpeakerAt Long is asking the court
said 1. "On one Item we were St. Johns River Junior Rotary Club for permission to place the School PostHugh
New Office Manager At Big Dad charged 300 per rent higher College is one of 73 deserving money In the registry of the 1966 SEASON:

than Alachua. County," Casey students throughout the Congressman Don Fuqua court until such time as It Is Rahn Ralford busi- KICKOFF

James E. Brunson. 23, Is In operation within 60 to 90 eaid South who have received will be the featured speakerat determined how It should be nessman, ho been appointedby
the new office manager at days. The board decided to ask scholarships for the 1960-67 next W'-dnesdnv's meetingof ? disbursed. Oov Haydon Burns to Saturday, Oct. 15
Big Dad: Manufacturing: Co. for bids, to be opened at 7 p, college year the Starke Rotary Club Crosby put up the deposit, succeed the late Warren B. BUS Field 1
starting his employmentthere m., October 20, on lunchroom The individual awards of The meeting will be In the as provided bv law, when he Bloodsworth en the Union

on September;: 28. A Negress Enters food requirements for $375 per year for one to four form of a steak cookout at contested his assessment and County School Board, TWO GAMES
the months of November and years are baaed on scholastic the Starke Golf fe Country offered the property for sale
of Robert E.
1962 graduate at his valuation of $5- Rahn. whJ was appointedfor 6:30: and 8 P.M.:
High School Mrs. Brun- December achievement, merit leadership Club with %V. W. Hood In
Lee Guilty Plea At prevent, the prices of potential and the desire for charge. 000 Long had assessed It at the unexpired term un-
was employed by Terminal never Southern Discount
son 1969 has
$3.500. til January
school lunches are 30 cents for educational
Transport, Co In Jacksonville In Congressman: Fuqua also/ The property bid In at held an elected office before, va Lawtey-6:30:
started In was
ForgeryLamarr In 1 6
before joining Big pupils grades through program stated! that he planned to attend -
the $5.000 figure: Eldon though taking an active partIn
and 35 cents for those In 1913, has assisted more than the Democratic Rally by
DadFrank grades 712. Casey said another 1,300 students since Its incep Hardy, but Crosby could not civic affal's He has been Conner Insurance >s
Gloria Brown, ar- and Fish Frv at the State
Blake, plant manager chairman of the county Red Holiday Inn-8:00:
raise might be necessary" tion. There will be 201 students dive a clear title because of
ested two weeks ago on a Farmers! Market here Mon-
said the addition of unless food costs are reduced attending 97 ollegea and unl- an encroachment on railroad Cross drive a member of the
charge of forgery: and pass- day night. Authority, Sponsored by Parks &
Brunson was in line with Big The board Invoked the pen entities under Winn-Dlxle property County Housing
Dad's expansion: plans in Ing two forged checks. pleaded Court- alty clause In contracts made grants durIng the current According to Senate Bill and a member of the Library Recreation Dept.
in Circuit
Starke. Construction Is underway guilty 'with Harris &: Harris of Jack school year GOSPEL SING 371 Crosby forfeited his $500 Board. He Is a deacon and
on the company's new last Friday. sonville on construction at In addition the company, deposit upon failure to give treasurer of the First Baptist This Space Contributed
The court withheld any A Gospel Sing will be held
addition:! which will' requirethe Lawtey Junior High and which operates nearly 700 clear title. arlc'Hardy/ lay Church of Ralford. a Mason Weekly to Publicize
adjudication of guilt until api'fenteiv" Saturday Oct. 15 at 7:30: p
employment of I 150 ad Southal'le l Elementary schools, W'lnn Dye| and Kwlck-Chek cllm t" 50 I) per cent of this and a Shriner. Community Events by
Beth l !
Investjation! canb m. at Eaptlit: t Church
dttc'ule! r"t:' IJChlF! epeat. vh'ih!': '>:era nt cc-:::.: !C.U:1 until ."'"jpsrsiir1:= throughout! thi! amount aseirdln! to his! in- A native of Ocala! }he care:
mile ty: the Parcls! Cm- ..- t1e- ..... ......: l Einjsrs:: :: frira; AubumJi: :) rrt.t.on of the !ax a.o'and The CommunityState
r:: ;.;?;?Lur.l; fir thssaposition : il .tiji fi< diadlliaThe :: !!: S. -" 3."U\ol B'l"3.:1.: ttr : to Falford 28 years
are now being mlssisn. board allowed the corn- t-17 colleges and universities will: be present. The public laUnited. which IIV' the bidder Is entitled established! .r..n<.rsl merchandise Bankj
Bond reduced In both
screened Blake said, and It was tractor 81 days. of extra time, to assist! students' In their : to half the deposit in store which tie still

Is iCvd t* t4V8 tia aaw ualt cases to $1.000. UXaU: ;::xi On P4Z4 '1".l .1 jug at: waor: :ynal e tQmtJ.' 4 On Page" Two" ] operate..

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Mrs'' v J Rnicsdale visited I Mr and Mrs Henry God- Miss Buznnnfi Judd,I phase! ot the project for I ----e Seminary and Mercer University ; :
her aunt. Mrs W B Taylor : win and daughter.; Barbara daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. which a total of $323.000 if. in Macon. Qa. : Utlt

In Jacksonville! last Monday spent the weekend with Mr. L Judd of Stnrke pledge:) available. Services will also be held : A representative of til

a to Friday while Rev. Rags- : and Mrs E M Williams in Omega; Tau Alpha. sororityat Casey said that the architect each morning during the week. Gainesville\ Social Securltol

I dale attended Pastor's Schoolin Brunswick Ga. Jacksonville University at I can now proceed with The pastor: Rev./' Felder Rowan flee is in 'Starke earn" Mum
Lfesburg Mr. and Mrs Jim Pollet of a pinning ceremony last finished drawings and specifications. extends a cordial Invitation day and Friday at the Wei
Miss Mary Brownlee] and Orlando] were weekend guestsof week. She was also selected Barring delays' to the public to attend fare Office at 9:30: a.m perj

GLADYS: MOOTY Joyce Humphrey of Baltimore Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan president of her pledge] class. I Casey said, the contract will ,ill services. sons!\ desiring to make upphcal

Phone 964-0651 Md. arrive Saturday to Jr. and family OTA Is one of the four local be ready to let next January. lion for social security retire" j
spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Lee and son of sororities on campus at JU. FUTURE IIOMEMAKERS j ment or survivors benefits\ 4e.

Mrs J. R. Chasteen and Mrs. Lakeland spent Saturday to Mrs. Alice Langford of Seeks ELECT OFFICERS cure social security .L('(c..)imO
Mr and Mrs Tom ,Jackson I| Mr and Mrs John Dens H L. Biownlte. Wednesday with her parents. Iletlhronn Springs has been Homemakers of numbers, or obtain any uuier|
son and son. Greg, were In [ and duughti'io of Lake Clt.ywel'e Mrs. Margaret Jackson has Mr and Mrs. E. J. Dowling admitted to the Starke Nursing Future their first social security Information .ifH, j
Court Order held
Alachua Sunday: visiting hv vlsitln Mi1 and Mrs returned from two weeks vis- Sr. While enioute to Wilton. Home. America and Invited to call at that tim
Oct. ,
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. E. W. Hayes on Sunday. it with friends and relativesin Conn. Where! she will Join her :Mrs N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis meeting Friday. officers

I Mr and Mrs. Robert Quincey Ill. husband to make their home. Incl. and Miami Continue I From Page One) elected the following McKinney -- -
Wall.Mr Gloria]
and Mrs. M. C. Wells. I Green were In Sanford over Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs Gladys Strickland and: spent Tuesday and Wednesday : : President. President CARD OF THANKS
Mr and Mrs. J. II. Wells, and the weekend visiting her sister Parker of Cocoa, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Rogers of with her mother, Mrs case clear U.'e' to the property ; Vice
Mi and Mrs. Ed Wells celebrated Mrs. Vcrgie Flynn, for and Mrs Brad Locke of Kissimmee wore last Wednes- W. S. Slade.. is not delivered: within Elaine Murray: Secretary. There are no words that
the J. H. Wells' twelfth several weeks Jacksonville and their children !- day overnight guests of Mrs.T. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sellers the prescribed time. Lou Tiirnhiill Barbara Crawford' : ; Treasurer can express our thanks to out |
wedding anniversary In spent the weekend:! with D. Dyal. have returned to their homeIn On the other hand Crosby Pat Morgan; Reporterand dear friends for their many
Mr. Smith
and Mrs. Tom
Jacksonville en Saturday. and Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.: M. C. Wells. Mr. and Mrs Randal Chit- Asheville N. c. after several claims he Is entitled to a refund District Official Historian, Becky New- acts of thoughtfulness ana l
Dick left last
Mrs. Shellle and ] weeks of the entire deposit\ ham: Degrees, Diane Cox;: kindness during the sickness
Mrs Annie Hollingsworthhas for Oerle, Mrs. ty Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish viiit with Mr. and
had as visitors, her where Mr. tJmith Suffolk.will be Va.an Carolyn Red rnve. Mr. and Mrs. R. V Mrs L. F. Smith. (less expense] and quotes a To Be Honored Parliamentarian. Terry Bree- and loss of our mother and

daughter M-8. Ernest Mc- appraiser for the State of Mrs. A G Loudon Jr andMrs. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sey- I'ubsequentI1'agraph\ of the By Local ElksLou den.The grandmother May God: bles
law which says that the next meeting will be each one of you. The fam., '.
Colskey of Lake City last Virginia. Enroute visit- E P. Renner are attending Mizell, Mr. end Mrs. Charles mour visited their son. Douglas I
Friday, and Mrs. Nellie ed her ; the Merle Norman Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Ervln at Offic'!'r's Candidate property owner shall not for- TurnfbuII. of Jacksonville held Oct. 21 for officers only of Lula. H. Norman.
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mansfield and daughter Jane Sam Goldstein, !in Greens workshop", in Savannah Oa Andrews, Mr. and Mrs Ben School at Fort Bennlng. <3a. feit the cash deposit: when he Florida Northeast District -
and sister. ,Juanita on Mon- boro. Ga. Their address in for two weeks Moxley, Mr. and Mrs. George over the weekend. Is "unable" to deliver a title I ''Deputy Grand Exalted I LECTURESHIP--
Suffolk Mrs Ralph Kazarian and Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mrs. Lenora Waddell was acceptable to the buyer. Ruler, will make his official
Va. wll be 310 Linden -
dayMiss Ida Lou Plummer of Avenue. daughter! of Orlando were Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. George last Wednesday overnight Faced with this apparen'contradiction visit to Starke Lodfa No.
Macon. Oa visited her parents visiting! her parents. Sen Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Randy I guest of her sister. Mrs. Hen- in the law. 1802, Benevolent and Protective -I 7:30: P. M. -:-- 7:30 P.M.I.I

Mr. and Mrs W. E !Mrs W. H. Hart Mrs and Mrs, Charley E. Johnsover Johns, and M:. and Mrs J. D. ry O'Hara while enroute to Long has held! up the money Order of Elks, :Monday I What do know about How and
John Chrlstlnmen
Mrs. Netn her home In awaiting a determination o' Ovt. 17.Turnbull, you
Plummer over the weekend. the weekend Mrs Odom spent the weekend in Tampa from
Lex Green returned Mon Dyal. Miss Penny:::/ Voylos. and Johns", I.lovinA'/ to wear a Tallahassee where they attended Jessup! Ga. how It could be legally dis will be accompan- Where the Church Began? About the

day from the Lake City V A I i\ll.- Rail/ Voylfs of Melrose neck brace enter an automobile the UF-FSU game and the Dr. H. H. Adams. Is a. patient bursed.! .ed by the Grand Esquire:
Hospital after surgery last t vi MT isitor In Jacksonville acolden: !in Waldo last "open house" at the Doyle in Baptist Memorial! His interpleader( petition and Grand Auditor. The Starke origins of different beliefs of Today?

;week ''m Rundn:, FrilayMi Conner home afterwards Hospital. asks that "tr-a defendant Lodge will be host to the visiting
)' and MrR. R HutchIn Mrs.\ Dale Van Sickle left Steve Denmark and Rick fHardv and Crosbyl] be required dignitaries and will sere

c .------..-----.- are visiting: their daugh-; Wednesday for Lexington, Ky. I' King of Gordon Mllltarv to intcrplead] together dinner in their honor begin
''cr Mrs R A. Green, who to join her husband while en- College; Barne vllle, Oawill and among themselves] con- ning at 7 p.m. f Learn the Truth--Not Hear Say!

underwent surgery in the route to their home in Los spend the weekend with Mr cerning their separat The regular meeting will
hospital in Eustis ThursdayMrs Angeles Calif, after. two weeks and Mrs. S. O. Denmark.Mrs. claims." They must answe; begin at 8 o'clock, at which
r I Marc Jackson has returned visit; with :her sister, Mrs. Agnes> Johns of Lake the p"tltlon'Ithln 20 dayr time two new members will :Monday, Oct. 17-"The First Church"
from two weeks visit George Anderson. Butler visited Mrs. Effie from date of filing and Low be initiated into the order. Elbert Schory, Jr.

I with her parents. Mr. and! Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Spengler Johns on Friday.:' hy the court. The candidates are William
__ I Mrs!! H E S-nsith., : in Willis- ] and family have been visitina Those visiting Mr. and Mrs Robert Ward and Sherrod W.: Tuesday, Oct 18-"The Apostasy of the Church"
1 ton Mrs. S1>en ler's fatherR Barnev McRae Sr. on Sunday Elks Announce Hamilton.All Forrest :McCann

:Mi and Mrs Larry Super- L Spengler. in the hospital I were Dr and Mrs. McRae Jr Winner members and visiting
Oct. 19-"The Reformation"William
.nault and daughter of Lees- In St Augustine during the and sons of Lake City, anr"Mr lilks are urged to attend. j Wednesday,

I hueg ,pent Friday and Satur- ;past: week and Mrs. Glenn Conner Fishing Contest Floyd
''av with her Barents. Mr anj Mrs. Oscar H. Thomas of end son of Orlando. The Con- Madison Street
to !I Thursday Oct. 20-"The Restoration Movement"
z$ $ >wm Mrs L U Morgan Sr.: also Gainesville 'was a weekend ners were enroute home after Announcement of the winners ,

..' .. .' w. ,: -. .i-l-j- i her son and family Mr. and guest of Mrs. Eve Baldwin attending the UF-FSU (tame In the 1965-66 Elka- Church Plans Robert II. Bell
Mr1Bir'dv:' :Mathews Mrs. Roy Clemmons has In Tallahassee( where they were sponsored fishing: contest were Special Services ;
Friday Oct. 21-1'he Bible Church
Mr and :Mrs M. H. Watson been in Key: West the past guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle reported at the regular meet- Today"Perriman
of Daytona Beach were two weeks visiting! her son- Conner and family. Ing on October 3. }Evangelistic services will 'beheld : DenisonAllinvited

I 'isltinK' Mr. and Mrs. L. Cams in-law and daughter. Mr Among those attending thpUFFSU Prizes will be awarded to at the Madison Street

A over the weekend.Mr and! B. J. M'lls' Jr., and baby football game in Ta- first and second: place winnersIn Baptist Church at 7:30: each
: : : : : : : and Mrs. L. H. Outlaw son. lahassee Saturday were Mr. bass and speckled perch dIvisions evening starting October 15 !

entertained: at a family Mrs. Cleo Andrews enter- nnd Mrs. F. W. Strickland. and first place in bream through October 23. i'

dinner partv. Tuesday night; tained the Starke members Dr and Mrs. T:; O Ritch, Mr. division. The messages will be
on :Mrs B. T Thomas's birthday of Alpha Nu chapter of the and Mrs. George Flvnn Jr. and The results' are: brought by Rev. Swinton Starke Church of Christ

1 er .I i anniversary. Delta Kappa Gamma society Mr. and Mrs. Gee Sale. BASS Futch, a native of Nashville.Ga. .
I 1\11. Gustav Fatz of Salem lilt a plannln-r meeting Mon- Mrs J. E Wilson and Mrs!' Jimmy 'McRae-13 Ibs., 4 oz. and a graduate of New 635: McMAHON:\ ST.

a'a Y fJ J isisit'n'!! her son and : day afternoon. Virginia Smith are visitingMr. R. N. HaU-13 lbs. Orleans Baptist Theological
i dan;"itrr-in-law." Mr an.:'" Mrs. A. Russell Norman attended and Mrs. W. T. Weeks in Francis Col_12 lbs., 2 oz.

WITH 1 / /1 :bfu. :"s. E G. Patz, for a month the Tallahassee from Thursday to E. E. Page--11 Ibs., 8 oz. --- -- ------ ----- -
i program planning Russell McRae-11 Ibs. ';'..:::=,:",- ..::::;:;.::..
Mrs Lucile meeting of Alpha Nu Mrs. Charles Parsons ofSaturdav.
Davis has Chap-
returned Delano f
We ArcTown f a ThomaIO Ibs..
from five days visit ter of Delta Kappa Gamma I 6
.lth filendo in GainesvilleMrs Society! on Sunday afternoon Amsterdam! N. Y. is visiting oz.Morton
H Carlton
10 Iba.
Ruth Frazier\ of Starke. it the home of Mrs. Lucille her brother end sister-in-law. R. N, Hall- 9 lbs, 14 oz.

Finance Co. Mrs Eta Roi 1 of Waldo enc! McLendon In Orange Park. Mr and. for Mrs.. civde B. Terwllll'R'ar. Carl Hurst-9 Ibs., 6 oz.

:M Set and Mrs. Blair Fare Mrs Fiances Stone of I enroute to her overal.1av5'hlll'home in St Ray A. Cox-9 Iba., 6 oz. /LW"$
if Jacksonville were Sunday Woodbine Ga is visiting her Petersburg SPECKLED PERCII
r dinner nuest- of their mother nephew and niece. Mr. and:! IMrs I Edwin Johns-2 lbs, 9 oz.
:Mi'Henry OHara : Vernon Reddish for Mr. and Mss John Torode Ronald
WilMams 2 Iba., 8
several and 1 family Mslted Mrs. Ver-
()z, IwIwj1
non Brinson In Bunnell Sunday 4I. I Ir9flII1lIR0011B
.-, Edwin Johns-2 Ibs., 7 oz. i f

: Some Of Your Investments Going Sour?- Thursday Mr.Son anA

.. :\ ". Todor ,"1'1 be employed. I
I Billy Hardenbrook- Ibs..
Local admittances to Brad- : Vt

.. fori Countv Hospital this week This oz. will be the last year I a
include: Mn. Juanlta Glover//3
"f Green Cove contest will ''be sponsored I ,4---f
Springs; Mrs.
., t Mt \t1 \ \ Wordna Prevsttt of Lawtev: the that Elks.another There local is speculation civic- I I t

.. nnd Mrs. Vlrta Dval] Mrs club Ruby M. Strickland. Wesley!] ship Starke Lodge B.sponsorI P. O. I A *I'O"'! talM dt fief pM*".di botf s0 1

..,. of Bryant Starke.and Robert J. Shannon' Elks No. 1802, expresses sincere long 6r ethwt hew wilted Ptiugrt Cloth t 11 the 4' u

.. Mr. and Mrs Robert Stet I thanks to all fishermenfor Ideally Ul ned blend of .ho! .. supporting; the contest, the t
u +pelli of Oihiesvllle! and Mr pdytitar end ehoJc wotn! fibflo. JryUd wtih w
officals the
of weigh-in stations -
.. h !h t t d .nil \rrs Albert Stpfanelli! of flawless" h fuMotvlavorad
.. for their many years of preprMy Mac. Navy
iM Hren Jacksonville visited and their chil- service, and The Telegraphfor OwcMt, o Mt oiivi end &qe/L/ Cuowlsad) t fa O '
and Mrs.
publicizing the events. -
W -
Henry Stefanelll on Sunday -9YIiiI/1di11Q- / vaIgn y.
Miss Louisa Stern and} Mrs. -
.. 4\ '' '' Fund-Raising
.. : Pmt! Hutfhins attended' the
Ipsllc 1 wt r.a. ,... ..
Mims\ piano concert Dinner Planned
.. r.-.Wy, ,..
pnd Starlight Svmphonette at For Harold HillA CnTy 699 :..:.,..::..=
.. Civic Auditorium Sunday rN.r.wrw
.. afternoon.Mr. Y ts1 aulsss wr

.... and !Mrs.\ B. H Spears! fund-raIsing dinner on behalf -
.. '' and daughter Jeanie: visited ] of the campaign of Harold -
.. A; 1w SJ\ut 1h' relatives Hill\ of Doctor's Inet Republican -
.. oft in Westvllle and
,,, '* .\ nttende: the 21st annual candidate! for Congress .
v tsar from the Second DIs- |
? Rodeo In Bonifay the LMBM: tJl1'eCIOIIJrace AlMl4
weekend. trlct, will\ be held at Holiday 1 I .
I Inn in Starke at 8 p.m. Tues- osnar o( t ales )
day, Oct. 18. '(
Lkl11ia. -- -
Board MovesTo A guest speaker at this event

a u' will ''be Tom Sludo Jr., of 'r\li\ A Wise Choice
Cut Costs Jacksonville. Republican' candidate of Suits
II I : for State Senator from l -

\Why Not Try A Sure Thing and Save At fContinued From Page One! recent Duval County.progress lie of will growing discuss for Men of Fashion

Republican In northeast
sue to rainy weather"" and de- strength /
lays due to strikes, but held Florida.]
the linn !liable for ten dnvs at Hill will discuss the need for
FIRST FEDERAL OF STARKE $50 per day on each of the two-party government in Flor-

two schools for a total of Jl- ida.The red lt.: : elm pieh -IOI'J App fHl\ll'tl'

dinner Is being sponsored such famous brands
John Stetson
000.In an -
Current Anticipat Earnings Are other action the board : by Clay-Bradford County -"' hats, Flornhetm shoes, Sir. John
r- Called: for bids on 120 Republicans and tickets may tiN and
lockers for the nc
4.5 % ed facility: +. BHS and !set Dr T. G. Ritch, phone 961I I
!NFQUARTERLY Ir 4.5 % October 20 for bid opening. 1011. All tickets should be 'p'r --- -
i Accepted!' the use of a purchased in advance, and are | Mir \
courtesy car [Ford Country priced at 15.
PER ANNUM!: Sedanl] for the athletic department I
PER ANNUM t} ) \
during: the current THE RIGHT POINT for the
I school year. I way you write. Come In and -

i While You're In Pick Up Your BIG PIG! 'materials ways-Awarded at "A"needed buldlnir contracts for as walk-fol on OKA BROOK elect PH.your fountain favorite pen.ESTKR-TELE-I I I I d' \ I

lowslumber.! : DW Auto j
If You Save $50.00 or More 'untjlv::: : pipe PnrnelT Martin THE BRADFORD I :SANFOBIZED rL ..)
Supnlv Co.Decides.
Sorry, only one to a customer 'o use a uniform I
menu at all County schools I Published every Thursday i A'

Y for the next few weeks as II'' at 138 W. Call St, ;; I
possible means of reducing Starke, Fla. 32091 I A itwArf of cnflbna, ti ft>nmiiml \ .. .
1 I
costs< I I ISuot ..wr (Mr*. In BroKjdoth and Oxford Oath

: /J Savings nut,! Lonn l\sSOUiiltiOIl\ that preliminary! he. and Casev Ted also Oglesby reported took I I Second class Stark postage, Fla. paidat ,I f i t.L IP'Md' d..,W&a tahba'snap&Ir1mQ1f end buns d rWoU&o -. "\ ,

puns M
for the -
Subscription Rates: -
.. te4tia5; OF STARKE proposed\ Bradford-Union.. In trade area: $3.50 per

: _, (: Training Area Vocational Center" to] Technical Tallahassee ;year; 12.00 six month. ion> $7 \

1 213 N. TEMPLE( AVE. PHONE 961-0500 recently and received. E L. Matthews\ editor and

tentative approval bv the publisher. j{
I i: State Department of EduC'8i'i Outside trade area: 1400 ..
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I Beta Sigma Phi I UDC Members 'I standing in arrangements of'I the doctors end nurses and TilE KIGHT POINT for the ,I

Meet At Home J 1st BaptistVMS pink blue and: white cal na- I staff at Bradford County I sway i you. write Come In .and I''

Hears: Talk On Has Covered lions and: r.iuma. The cake 1I\\>8pltal. The Wairen Blood-] I! select your favorite F. TF.IC. Ij
Of Mrs. BeasleyThe was beautifully decorated In worth. faml'v. BROOK fountain pen. TELKOKAPII. n

Nursing Service 3 Dish LuncheonThe pink white and blue. ,, .
W T Weeks chapter.[ Games were played during/
GLADYS MOOTY Members rf Beta Sigma UDC met 'VI: nesdI1Y afternoon genera! business and I the evening and prizes were I

Phone 964.0651 Phi heard an interesting program of his; week at the proKi-nm meeting of the First won by Mrs. Walker McGee
on Bradford< County's home of :Mrs o. L. Bonsley] Baptist WMS: was held at and Miss Kathy Struth.

Public Health Nursing Advisory : and Mrs J I W. Kincaid with the church it 12 noon Tues The hosfswcs! presentedthe

,man's Club !Nursing Council Council Monday night Mrs. Lester Crews presiding.I day. Oct 4, with a covered honoree with a corsage !r
I Mrs. Arlin McKnight and A letter was read from!I dish luncheon.Mrs. and also an infant seat[ all a

8 Smorsgabord Luncheon Held Mrs Joyce Rlherd: Public Mrs. Quentia; Gregory, president -j : Leila Mundy. the new\< memento of the occasion.

Health Nurses for Bradford general telling of the WMU: president:: was in Twenty guests attended the
le Starke\ Woman's Club I The Bradford County County, spoke to the sorority accomplishments during herd i chalk" of Die business season delightful affair between

Manning f Smorgasbord I Nursing Advisory Council during their regular meetingat term of office Sh also urged i ., during which the new- the hours 7.30 and 9:30: -'

he club building on held a ]luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. Ben all members to make an effort -I, ly elected] olMrers were:' Introduced clock.
rsday Oct. 20 from 8 to noon Monday in the Golden to Attend the General .
Moxley. Mr Marlon Cottlr each gi\inK/ brief resume Out of town !guests Inclui-
m. All members faml- Kettle] restaurant. Duringthe served as co-hostess with Federation convention In I I of her duties as outlined ed Mrs Rnbert: Chapman
and friends are urged to business session, presidedover Mrs. Moxley. Rlchmon: Va.. Nov 5-10. I in the Royal Srvice.I3a Mrs. Robert Johnson and

nd. by Mrs. P. G. Felos reports The talk was' Illustrated Mrs. L. O. Powell and Mrs Darby Circle with Mrs.L. Mrs. Leona. Chapman all of
Jckets at $1.90 will In- were given by the with slides shown to the W. B. Mundy were elected] '' O. Powell leader, was In Lake City, and :Mrs. Bonnie
le the dinner and enter- chairmen, Mrs M F. Hazen, group explaining the purposeof delegates to the convention, charge of the luncheon and Jackson of Gainesville.
ment. Mrs. P. J. Novak and Mrs. and Mrs. J, W. Kincaid and |, program.. Tallinn! part on the
the council to expand
Louise Kite. Mrs. Arlen Mc- Allen-Norman I Mrs. TI, Slade were elected i I program! "The Search for Recent BirthsMr Does A Matter of Money
rden Club Knight Introduced the public health nursing servicesIn alternates.Mrs. I Ood Among Language; .

guests. Bradford County to include -- Engagement ToldMr. I I W. a. Halle was appointed Groups," were Mrs. Paul
Contest and Mis. B J. Mills Jr
ins, home nursing care. courtesy chairman I Raymond.: \. M. B Jordan of Key West announce the Stand Between You and A Car?
and Mrs. E. D.
he Teenage DanceThe Following the talk the Mrs. Kincald publicity chairman and Mrs L. O. Powell. birth of a son: Benjamin
Stance!! Garden Club of Hampton announce the and Mrs. P. B. Beard I The WMS: executive board
Jackson :Mill.! III born Oct.
1 its regular business- nurses answered questions ;
\ engagement and approaching was appointed Memorial]
rd meeting: at the home I Florida State Prison from members of the soror- marriage of their daughter chairman of Southern poetry.I Oct.met 4.at at the 11:15 church: a. m.Tuesday.with: 2. Maternal] grandparents are. (Gut; ( your heart set on a new car? Hut

!Mrs. L. L. Fullwood Mon- employees Club will sponsora ity. Cordelia Ann [ICorkle], to Following the business I Mrs. Mundy presiding- Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Clemmonsof wondering what you'll use for money:! ?
.evening. teenage dance at the club Ronald] L. Norman, son of meeing, Mrs. W. H. Nollman. St.l'ke.Mr. We've Rot the answer to that: Use Ol'KSl(:

''he club adopted a point house Saturday. Oct. 15. from Alvarez Reunion Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Normanof historian, grave< an Interesting' Stork Shower I and :Mrs. Wallace]] AlIen You can gel the cash you need! fast on
*m to be used by the 8 to 12 p. m. Music will be Lawtey. program on Music of the Wise of Ptarke announce auto loans from us. We'll arrange to finance
Obers In1iol'klnjf for the furnished by the Jades. Re- All descendants of Owen The wedding will be an Confederacy.:! Soft strains of"Dixie" For Mrs McGeeMrs.
Julep in the
the birth of a daughter: your car way most advantageous
freshments will be served.
rke Garden Club "memof and Candacy Alvarez] are Invited event of Saturday, Nov. 19. and "The MocklnRBird"
Ann. born Oct. 8 in Bradford to Cost t will be low terms convenient
school clothes. Ad- you.
the year" award which Dress the First rendered Bert McGee honored
: to attend a family reunion at 7:30: p. m. In were during was
be given at the end of mission $1 per person. at O'Leno State Park Baptist Chu"ch In Hamptonwith the reading. : at a stork shower last : County Hospital !service prompt. Come in let's talkit

club year to the member onIlghwllY 441 between a reception In the After the program a social] Thursday night given by' over t

j has compiled the ]largest Bake Sale Lake City 'and Gainesville on church Fellowship Hall hour was enjoyed by the 18 Mrs. Cliff Boone Mrs Philip
1 aber of points. The proms Sunday. Oct. IS. Those attending AJ1} friends end relatives of members. Clark and Mrs. Lonzy Rhoden CARl OF THANKS!' I I HOME: : (WNEIJ1tJIo: OPERATED:

for the ensuing year The Llttlj Women's Club are asked to bring a the couple are Invited to attend Hostesses for the Novem- at the home of the ]latteron The kindness and'sym-

\ read and discussed. I will hold a bake sale] Satur- basket lunch and come prepared ber meeting will be Mrs. Noll! Raiford void pathy of friends and relatives -' The Community State BankOF

Jter the meeting the hos- day morning at 9:00: a. m. in to stay all day. man Mrs. 3. L. Peek Si'. An attractive: pink. blue. In our recent sorrow
t served refreshments. front of Canova's Drug Store. Little Women and Mrs. Bertha Pearce. and white motif was carriedout will always] remain with us as
In the purty decorations. i a precious memory! Our sin- STARKE

Induct Nine The refreshment table was thanks and gratitudeare
Altar Society I cere
: MEMBER:\ F D. I. C.
w covered with a lace cloth and extended for all of those
:New MembersNine Plans Dinner centered by a tall stork comforting nets Especially to.

new members were And Program .
Inducted into the Little

[t Women's Club Monday nightat St Edwar is Altar Society'
stfrz an Impressive candle- has planned a covered rush

lighting ceremony. dinner, open to the public, SHU ftt THURSDAY FRIDAY

The nine gt-Is, attired 1n for Sunday Oct. 16. [at 5:15: ,
seml-formalii were presentedwith p. m. in the parish hnll. Following "

long stemmed" pink carnations ] the dinner there will 1 AND SATURDAY
s I which they had to be a showing of slides takenIn

r FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY-Oct 14, 15, 16, Only ,I wear to school) the next day. Africa bv Father Edgar

I They also received tall pink LaRoae. Priest In charge
candles] which they ]lighted while Father Kirby! Is In Ire

j, from the master candle at a land.The q WEEK J
ceremony conducted by Mrs. Altar Society met
Guy Sale president of the Tuesday. Oct. 3. In the parish
senior club. hall with Mrs. Hem Ste-
fanelll presiding A report r EN
Thoae Inducted were: Ginger -
was !given bj- Mrs Francis
Baldwin Sandra Hug-
Menu 01thf! boar! mectliv
gins, Debbie Hardy, Joyce :
of the St. Aucustlne Dioscear
2 1 i Denmark Evelyn Sinclair,
Council of Cathollr Worn
1 Sally): Moore Melody Cuttlno.
In Lake! Cltv on 14. II
Sept.: ""
Donna Lou Patray and Open Friday and Saturday
was announced that[ the re
_. .. Cheryl Ward. eular Fall" meeting'! of th until 7:00: P.M.
Folowlng] the Induction
SALEON Miss Jayne Hardy:! president, deanery would be held a'Stricklnnd's

I H.} conducted the business meeting Town ironi
4. with San Jose Catholf
when plans] were made
Womens Oulld, Jacksonville
for money-making projects
I 1t m host. The sneaker will b-
for the coming year Including -
Father Lfl\\II')ence Cunning
a bake sale this Saturday
ham. Chaolaln of Florid' ; I
morning a dance In November
State Unlverrltv. Plans
and the Christmas For-
'J made to enter the shrlnr
mal. Their project for the
contest to b" held at thin
year will! be to purchase a
; meeting u lnn thp theme"Peace"
set of crystal for the club
Mrs. Paul Menflr and
1 house. Mrs. Ogden Bates are In BIG SELECTIONS! BIO SAVINGS!
1i 1 During the social hour refreshments -
1I were served In charge of tins protect,

i BUY ONE GET ONE FREE. the sunroom where the re-,I Rellrou distributed( | Christmas card
--- refrshment table was covered were to the mem-
bers to sell.
with white linen cutwork
a -
( ,j cloth end centered withan Hostesses for the meetlm First Quality cJ LADIES' BULKY KNIT
were Mrs. Jowph
arrangement of seasonal ,

'; t U. S. 301 NORTH TEMPLE AVE. evening flowers. were Hostesses Betsy for Mat-the Mrs. Victor Gingras.StarnesDill ( IA 'CANTRECE'SEAMLESS. $ Orion Sweaters

.... .... .. .. . .... thews, Lee Darby and Oerrl
: . ,: Mooty.
.'. Miss Reba .Starn s. and .. 'REG 366
:Milton Dill wl'l 'be united In (
!Miss ReHa StarnesIs 'i ;3.99
marriage! on Saturday, Oct U '*' NYLONS -
ComplimentedAt ls. at 4 'p. m. at the First '
Area Button front and chan.lln.plred
In The Starke
Baptist< Church: with a reception \
Two Parties following In the recreation style. Lov.ly solid colors. Sizes

hall. 2 PRo$1 r 36 to 46.Fall .
Crowd's Miss Reba Starnes. whose
:the In waiting at yourQuality marriage to Milton Dill will All friends of the couple

: dealer's. Get with them! Lie an event of Saturday at 4 are Invited to attend. I
/ 1 p. m. In the First. Baptist Tho exciting nw.letting

Church, was complimented ata George Winker'! at .the horn with the 'clinging
bridal shower last Thursday fill! Cr.palik.finish; HandbagsEn
GREEN BUICK CO. of the later. la. and
/ run guard
at of
night the home Twelve] frlsr.ds of the hon- w.It.Newshad..ii
Mrs. M. A. Payne. Hostesses oree enjoyed this delightful i fit' fir a Slock.REG.
N. St. Starke sits 8Ya to 11.
132-134 Court
er with Mrs. Payne were Mrs A. affair. "
Russell Norman Mrs S. L. The. hostesses presented I 6 6Guarant.ed
Peek Jr. Mr J. V. Crosby!) Miss Stamps with a scrvlc Every Palt f ,12.99. 2 -

Mrs. T. B. Harding. Mrs. Le- ; piece froh her chosen silve) ParfttttLadies9 1
roy Norman Mrs. J. R Tnv- ,/
I I pattern as a memento of tin -
lor, Mrs. Paul] Raymond. Mrs.
Tremendous tftUcHon ef brand
Frfl Moore tnd Mrs H. A.
McLeod. f P.w fall style and colors.

Artistic flnni] "r nrrrinopments i
IsLi were used In the party

rooms. Gifts were dlspiavertl I occasion.HERE SMART NEWLoafers t

on the screened: porch. The

refreshment table was cover Men's Mohair & WoolSWEATERS! :.
ed with a pink linen
and centered with an arrangement
of celosla and foliage _
2.99 VALUE
) ) t : In shades of pink In a
: ,+ tT& silver contjlner. This was
flanked bv ]low silver] candleholders REG.
IS. > $8
silver] punch with bowl pink was tapers.on one A 1T' i I88 8.991 >

end of the table and a silver Cardigan llyU; 6 burton front';two
tray of open faced sandwiches THE Several Styles pock.t. H.ath.r ton.. of blu.

L was on the other end ; Sizes S to 10 or autumn. Silt S, M, I, XI.LADIES' .
I--- TrAYS and connotes of sweets
and nuts added! to the attractiveness

I ( or the table. vjr"
The hostesses presentedth
honoree end Mrs. J, P. MAN

Dill, mother of the irrocm. BOYS' CORDUROY

with corsages, Miss Starnes PANTIES
kI also was presented with a TO CALL FOR THE BEST _Ponderosa Shirts

silver tray at a memento of '
the occasion from her hos .
I tesses. | MERRITT HWILLAMS a 3 Day Special Price! i 44Slipov.r
Approximately 100 guests| REG.
Li called between the hours 8.. i\a: \ 2 .)
and 9:30: p. m. 117 N. Wali.ut St. ; 3 FOR IRunpraof ..

.,yre/; rawhld."' thong /
Miss Staroes was honoredat Phone 961391r"JSTATe toniliiod ac.lolo
dessert Tues- lac. front. New fall color.. *" I
r a party on tricot. White and color Site
x... "ht of last week !given FARM 5 through 10. S to II.

by Miss Della RosenbergMrs. r : _
Evelyn] Haney Mrs. ,..& 'S tlllnoll

I i Frank Mitchell, and Mr 8.1'


jlAOOUR lhb'toitb' 451 ii11V'rj 'rLiCARAPn. tAILK1Le Ft.O'fttttx TJI1:1tImAY.: ocr. 1ill. hills

I another. sustained effort. I team, and to the boys themselves 'I Leod switched to corneiback NAB last Sunday. I

TORNADO Lake City drove the bull : for injured fUlly Belote, play- The 225-pound all-state, '

!98) yards In 1964 for the winning PItIDE 1 i I ed n tine v.nme against Orlando football cen>.u<- In 1964, came' WE AT BALDWIN CHEVROLET

touchdown< in a game, I am sure clone tiling/ \; Oak Ridge Friday from sib strokes off the pase'

TALESBy that determined: who was to'' however that no BHS ".'am :night Defensive ends Larry. to nip Frank 'Heyeir.: 1965

represent!! this suction of' has ever taken more pride 111'' Brown and Inn Godwin also, Jacksonville Seniors''chaihp.In .

JIM TK3IPI.K: : Florida in the 1964 State' seeing to their mental and drew praise horn Hurse fortheir the annual: competition. 5han1 ?Lyou ///r. and 'IVrje0ittc

Class!! "A" playoffs That physical condition propitiatory i protection against; Or Heyer faded! to 78 for 149

HOW TOtT.II IS BIG REI: ?, year, also. palatka recovered:, to each contest The lando's running: game. after opening: with 71 over

Is this year's ball club as'' a fumble and moved:! in from' boys play th<,:n not at a timeas the par 36-38-72 course, FOR THE FINE RECEPTION YOU GAVE OUR

touRh as the. one last year I the Tornado 15 yard line to they nppe'.'" on the schedule The 21-yeir-old Bishop

that won the 1905 State Class! score and the. game ended 6- By the time the big! ones Harold Bishop now a sophomore at St.
"A" Football championship? 6 I come up Big Red's 1966 Johns River Junior College, NEW 1967 CHEVROLET LINE

Are they as !Rood offensively I Last year ;t this time both editionvlll be Johnny-on-tlie hit 15 greens. enroute to 36-

How about defensively? Do Santa Fe and St. Augustine spot ready to give It all they Takes ThirdInvitational 33. bagging three birdies in We Sincerely Appreciate Your InterestSTRETCHYOURD0LLARs
you think wp have as good a had scored on BIG RED. have the process. He holed a 12-

running: game this. year? New Smyrna scored 14': q --- footer on No. 5. a 30-foot

What about cur passing attack points: Palatkn 7: areeni I I predict New Smyrna will snake on the difficult water-
? Cove 6: and Auburndale 7 be the 5th Tornado victim I I guarded'' 10th and a 5footerIn

These are some of the last year. But what do these I I will also stick the old neck No. 13.

questions people are asking. statistics tell us about this1 1 a little more and predict that'1 Harold I IBiohl!; l Bishop win- Two bogies on Nos. 4 and

What do you think? Just year's ball club? Nothing!]| their total offensive! effort ner of three invitationaltitles 13. marred his card.Bishop's .
how tough i is BIO REDLet's Anvone will tell you that the' will nOL exceed.:! 125 yards this yea.. has added a previous successes NEW
is In STICK'EM.: BIG RED! this year were In Invitatlnn-
proof of the pudding fourth by oaidlnx:: a oneunderpar CHEVROLETS LEFT OVER
ask Another question. the final taste! The proof of 71 for a 36-hoIe 148: als at Cecil Field. Lake City

I how How know tough tough they were was were Oak they big Ridge, The but?I]'i'"team ord.this year's will be_Tornado its: season football rec- Shannon This Friday Out in tournament the 26th ot Jacksonville anniversary i, club course.RECREATION and Starke champion. ; He on U the. cuiieu Starke when BALDWIN I says a used car is

Pioneers did something that
:no one. but no one else has This. veai's! team is not as
After InjuryA OiL can net the next 25 months IUQUAInY !
done In 27 ball games except i smooth as last year's but you on

Lake City In 1064.{ Oak Ridge they do let the Job done NEWS

drove the ball 70 yards for apcore. I i They are not as effective at freik ..
i They also went 65 i I pass. protection as they were water" bran, in Tuesday's
yards to ou 10 yard line on ', last. year hut yet. to dat drill has sidelined\ Tornado! @ USED CMl
I PUNT PASS & KICK I antics-like
of them.
I they have completed more T halfback D.''1d' Shannon for I
I CONTEST: RESULTS | !Men's Flag Football Results! DEAI1SRVLRRANTY( :
NEW CORRESPONDENTAT : I D passes. They are not a*I rridav Yiisjht game with,
Fifty-five Fla.
effective In rushing the passer -i New Smyrna Beach. boys. axe Pest Control won !it's -
THEKES3A have I through 13 participated in first game of the season by .....R r a """ r
as last year;: but they 1 Coach David Hurse sad!
apg -
the annual Punt. Pass and trouncing Baldwin Chevrolet _
had less yardage to date -.R -n - -
that Shannon attempted ta: --
Miss Becky Newh'am is | Kick competition sponsored, 19 to 0. Pest Control took _____ J
gained against! them via the leap a fence during the break a -..... .....--
The Telegraph's new correspondent by Terwlllesar Motors and 8-0 1st -
quarter lead
T. e--yam
air routes. I and didn't! -lt'e\ make It, cut- as .... -
q :
In the Theresa ) the Starke Recreation Department Paladlne parsed to T. Hardee -.-_...-_---- -.ear ............
REAL! FOESExeryone tinct his leg *o that seven
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area. Residents of the community -' to'' for the score. In the 2nd per- :. +.-.n..o.. --
are I oskei: to coop"r- "nothat Pa-stitches wer' required Awards for the 18 winners iod Paladins ran for a second p.----r.: .: ".;..'.-..-:-.-..roe; ....:.+.. rrw.-r. '
I' latka and Luke City are the' close the wound I ---w n.-...--,-..- -r.. r.r...
ate by giving their news wets --- -- -- -
distributed at the Starke touchdown, passed to :.-. :.. ._
for -
only threats!! to our undefeated -:, "He's ,1.1 mltely out -.. ... .
items to Miss Newham or I the Friday night: Hurse said Recreation Center last Satur- Eberle. and al half time the .-...--.---.----.---..-.-----,-
telephoning them to herat season ani suppose day night. Pest Control team held an ----.:.--..-.a:-x..rw.r..r"w
473-4315:; (Keystone] other frames arc of little Importance "This is oufirst: serious' Following nre the first. second 18-0 lead. .:::::= ::'==.::-=:=::: '::=
to most BUS fans practice In jllJ'Y of the season --- -.i..r.?
Heights]. and third place winners In the 3rd quarter the winners ---. -
I II II except those! who have a ..__ .... "- 11
personal. interest in the Hursr sal 1 that Paul Me-: with !scopes in each age added 2 more TD's as. -s._......l .._.. as..ra.
-I I /group: Eberle: ran the kick-off back'' .. .-..-...----.-. --
II -- ---.------ --....-..-. --
I 8-year-old for 45 an-- -. ----- .
I .: : Robert E. Read. yds. and Paladlne _---_---..... .
101: David Gaines 94; Andy again pased to T. Hardee. In ....----
--- Crews 77. the final period they pickedup -a-.I---a.r.re.1.- F-.-
9yearoldTommy: Reddish 19 point with Paladlne -
168: Dale Haas 150; hitting B. Sanford for one. :::= ..;;::--

HIGH FUEL BILLS Victor Oriffls 140. running for one. and J, Lee
10yearoldCharles Oreen. ran back an interception and, I -

164; Ken Fuqua 163: Eddie Pest Control had a 490'In 1

Blalork. 157.llyearo'.d. while the losers suffered;:
make Eddy Hazen. their 2nd lo.'sThe QUALITY t
1qjJ 1\1\\
ina; Roger Corn 160; Brian

Johns 143. second game of the 1965 Impala Sport Coupe $2395 '65 Impala 4-Dr. Hardtop
12venroldRichard Fill evening matched' !, two unde-, $2495
170 feated teams and Bradford 327 V-s Stick Shift Power \ -I'lmel'/'lide-Power/: Steering
hit the ceiling ; Ricky Bennet 154. Eddie ,
t Baker 145. Barber Shop; came out of the i I Steering, Radio & Heater. 1 owner & IJrakes-Factory Air-Ka- .

I II 13yearoldEdward: Knight game still undefeated. This! dio & Heater. -

262: Dale Johns,243: Davey was the best came of the sea- '64 I Impala I 4-Dr. Hardtop $1 Qa5

I CEILING HOT WHEN YOU Prescott. 226.WOIES'S son as both teams wanted to I V-8 Powerglide-Power Steer- '65 Corvair Corsa Coupe $1995

l : VOKLEYBU.I stay on top. BHS took a 140'1st & Brakes Air Ila- 4
ing --Factory Super Charger- Speed Trans.
I HAVE In the first quarter lead as R. Nelson
HIT IT? THEN YOU night of
dio & Heater. One Owner. Radio & Heater.
league play in the Woman's Intercepted ft pass on his own'

ORDINARY HEATER Volleyball league Hurst Shell\ 5 yd. line and sped 75 yds '
AN 65 Volkswagen Sedan 1965 Chevrolet
\\1 Pickup
took Noegel's Auto Sales 15 for the 1st TD. P. Elder passed $1395 $1595
I to D Falcon for the 2-Dr. Radio & Heater Whitehall Short Fleetside8
to 8 and 15 to 7. while Good- E, -- Engine
man Gulf dropped their games Later In the let quarter i P'I Vcntahadea-One Owner. Radio & Heater.
Elder hit R. Nelson for
: to Starke Builders Supplies.]
I This week's schedule to be 2nd TD an-1 then added:! the 1964 Chevrolet Pickup $1395 1960 Thunderbird Coupe
R.: P. by pasting to J. Red- $695
played Thnr-day night at the 127" Wheelbase Fleetside Automatic -Air Cond. l'ow'eri'owerglldePosilraction.
dish. In the 2nd period only
Armory will pit Noegel's one TD was recorded and Steering & Itrakes.& Radio & Heater.
gjr against Sta/ke, Builders at 7,
once again U was the passingof
p. m. and:! Goodman's will
Elder to Nelson that clicked -
!go against Hurst at 8 p. m. ,
and at halftime the clippers -
I Standings: Hurst Shell 1-0; .
I held a 20-0 lead over RED HOT
Starke Builders 1-0; Good- the Oilers. ,

+ : Auto.man's 01.BANTAM Gulf. 0-1 : Noegel's[ The Sinclair team finally,) jjEaffj1 I: USED CAR VALUES!
got on the soreboard in the i
r : BOYS FOOTBALL( 3rd period with W. Moody,I \ V L
___ The Bantam Football Program we're rolling with
r. w passim to J. Beler for the 6
'a it will kirk off the 1968, pts. BHS came right back
season Saturday night. Oct. with Elder ppsslng to D. Fal- BOO/KG great deals under
14 I 15 at the BUS Field anti
with a ,
V rY con and at the end of the 3rd
e eM
double-head' ] beginning at,, quarter the score was 26-8.
8:30: p. m. The first game will i, In the flnai period the Oil
send Lawtey against the defending -, team Vlosed
t gap /some by BALDWin BARGAinS
rum : League Champion i making the I
i !score! 26 to 13 as
Southern Discount This ',
game i J. Hazen passed to T Strick-
will be followed by the match land for the TD and passed '

between Holiday Inn and to T Malloy for the E. P. '

1 r "e rr A, b;r, i*' Conner Discount. Insurance again coached Southern byTownsend a The defensive rest of ytind' the quarter off and was the GUARANTEED TO RUN OFF OUR LOT

t r.s'.: t Stirckland and final score saw BHS on "top.,!

tj Charley Johns, have looked Standings 13 weeks! :'
strong in practice sessions
Bradford Barber, 2-0: Sln-i
/ xgl3 i but will be hard piesse-l to retain clair, 1-1: Pest: Control 1-1: YOUR CHOICE AT
A the tltte by the other
Chevrolet. 1937
0-2 I
Y't. I three contenders Conner Schedule for Tuesday Oct.,, $49-95
coached by Nick Crosby. looks 18: Sinclair vs Baldwin 7 p. i Wagon $39.95

s, t t"i good: Holiday Inn. coached m. BBS vs Pest Control 8 55: FOKI1 'J-DOOK SEDAN No. 9D6-1J! ) NO. iofio-n
C0' 'Williams bv Jimmy, McRae and Harold p. m. 53 CHEVROLET: J-DOOIl SEDAN No. 1050-11:
+ were hard hit by
key losses from last year's
squad but hove been able to I
A 1".lflNt" Art. YOUR CHOICE AT $99.67
:[ mold the newcomers! into a In the TKLE-
fine looking and GR.\"" brings result
., r sa I|I not be a "patsy"group< for any 1958 Chevrolet 2 Door No. 989A 1959 Ford 4 Door No. 1048B I

'1 team.Ed McGee Lawt'always.. coached by .\ TIIIin< I'r tot nr ()I"FI.IU.II. 1956 Oldsmobile 2.Door No. 1057B \
lit KK.IIIH: .1I| UI-|
: a come uo with a S1t'ongl t 'HI. t'II""Iff .|% 4>ll rolf
; }" f9+ r A. team and will be looking to, Hit tiifoiiii i oi M \. |\
HtMKHV: i 1
'" win some this year. I Edward, M. Uuldry I I IHelen NO DOWN PAYMENTTO I

''t' -- -- --. -- --.-.. We are unable at this timeto pl/.tllurf./ UI\\\>
i never waste pick the favorite as it ve I INo

;'Ei E-Iii 'r ER{ l heat on the looks now. the Championshipis Drr..nd..nl.H. Cluldry QUALIFIED BUYERS

'. up for grabs but win JIII'11'I:' : OK MI ,ir i
: ceiling out lose or draw you may be assured TO: Helen M. Boldly rot pop.
I I'L HOME''HEA1'': RS' the boys will have a Inr Carolina Street. Chnrlmton. .-,ulh 99.1-8 So 110,1-\ I I t l' I

i ... .. the chimneyit ball and these games make YOU WILL PT.RAHK': 'I' \hE '57 Chevrolet Wagon $295.00 '59 Chevrolet 4 Door $295.00No.
I' NOTICE: that .. ,
.1 ". very interesting contests to unit fi UK.iru
has -
been .
1 observe. So you plan to be on' the rn..t ucailiitu! In U-UA: No I1U8'I' f

pays for Itself with the fuel It saves I hand for the opening kick- .TudlHal Circuit Clr Court,-ult of in'the.and,Eighth| For '55 Plymouth 4-Door 195.00 '59 Chevrolet 4 Door I
off at 6:30: p. m. Saturday. Bradforr! I'Miintj, Klnrlilii In a ,,
Oct. 15.FLAG whlc-h .Kdnard .M. OulilrIK,. the
rinlntlff and you ar. the 1>efendant. U28 So. 9U-\;
if Registration has been gOIng You lire hereby n 'cii| ..,1"i..d tci '61 Chevrolet Wagon 595.00 '61 FaIson Wagon a 495.00No.
We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling you continually pay good;: foe the boys Flag file your. nnrx ir ,",n.r otherPIea.IlnR' "

for heat you don't get! The new SIEGLER Oil Home Heater Football program, ages 1. 8. Cnmplnlnt with I"l th.the l'lliniff Clerk of.. Pl00-B 1"0"' ('K 1

and 9. Practice sessions are sold Court. and to serve. a '60 Renault 4-Door 195.00 '59 Ford 4 Door
heat out of drop of oil then it out over i-i,.py thereof 295.00
wrings the every pours being held, teRms will be selected tirfu upon'' 'Inn,. i'luln-
attorney lOr re ",nl, K
floor. With a SIEGLER, you get the comfort miracleof this week and league, I.... .III-NHH.. Hi H",,,,'h) -MBln'
games will began In twoweeks. threat it'ilni-ii\ille. Kli.iiilu. on TRUCK SPECIALS
and low low or liefuri* the 2in,| day| ,,f 0.1..1..1' .'
SUPER FLOOR HEAT, no over-heated ceilings Seventy:! boys have! l Iaed! nlhi-inlw I ; -
far '. ii Um-rei- No P99-5th!* \\lIt:KI_Alft BRAKES ;No. 1071-A-j: : '
registered so and it looks Onnfeiixi mil i lor -ful'pll..na'
hit the hit Siegler dealer fora I i enteredaaulnsl "
don't ceiling
fuel bills. Sd your like an Interesting Yar '
season 48 Ford 2-Ton Tractor
I 54 Chevrolet
$695.00 Pickup 1
aheadHKKRI.EADF.RS. Thin nr.>lle uliiill l. pnlMutt- ,, $295.00
demonstration! I od. ,
hot In tin Rruilroiil f Telegraph -
<' : : BINT AMFOOTBALL : "i-nh weak fur four, 1.1)I No. 1038- Automatic Trim-R .C: II :No.\ K.'K

"IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"DEN I n.imei 1.lIhlll''tl''n'ullve date weekM.. in .I...tinirrt ih, rjn.l.II. '59 Ford Va-Ton Pickup 495.00 60 Chevrolet Pickup 595.00
When you come to the Bantam .." of i Mei.ii.inl.Hi.. .\ I' .,:AWITNKSS -
games, on Saturday l ( :! my tined, und 0.,1, I Iut
vou'll be amazed to nlKht'1 "''ark... Bimlfiiril <'.""nnt\,'.

V ;vi IARK 11? nun 1:1: ; cu. for pretty than the 65 girls Bantam of who them-and are teams.cheering Morel I]| Florida' A CUAKUKM lhl D. ruiR llth of: Cn

B-iiUh .
431 W. CALL STREET' 1'IIONI 1'; y i-1.121: : be surprised to !see them, \It i".-iv oierk U$. :301 NORTH STAttKE. FLORIDA '
. ._, nvirtjy\ dreaded. And >>adln 41 I i" i PHONE 911< t'IOI'! )
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Another Loss

To Lake City

BHS Takes Orlando
Trti' Baby Tornadoes uf-
feted I eusjn; last Thursday night

I ix they fell to a strong Lake

[ Stride 27-6 City team 2613.
Ip I > The outcomo of the con-

test was never in doubt a.sI
the JV Tigers) marched to a
\Vtijii: Mrlxxxl, (No. 13, right, ,, ) curries, the ball IIM Shannon. (center) pre- I
j: By JIM TEMPLE: III| and Starke was in Oak the BHS 45.Moments lu\ld Shannon. with bull at l left |>lrk- 15 yards around right end T D. the first time they got;
l hl..k.l ...
purer| to throw .Mcl.eml picked up 2S yards on this first orr..hebllt
l Ridge territory looking for later W. McLeodhit I their hands on the ball.
: rke'a Fighting: Tornadoesk I paydirt. iMarlle Sanderson on a 15 was .stopped. Jest one yard .short of !goal llnw. |play of tlif. game.' Ronnie Orlggs scored: one
> off a 0-6 deficit In the I of the Tornado T. D.'s on, a
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Randy Joyner, Starke's eJuaive yard play. However BHS
pass 'tare./ Big: Red held the Pioneers
tlKtty minutes of the 1st
quay [ Ihard-runnlng (fullback was guilty of another infrac of I 15 yard pass from QB B1U
at for 3 quarters I
.1 )ag8llnat Orlando Oak Ridge t then rambled for 25 yards I It tion and found themselves be. bay the punting and has a nifty their undefeated record after I Ifoul' New Adams. Adams scored the
Outstandingperfor: SmyrnaWill
nd then proceeded to rip the t only to have his effort nullified ing penalized 5 yards Two mances)tfoqtball. can, be credited to \ McLeod : 385 average in this! criticalI games Indicated they other one himself on a. Q9
Idneers (Class AA) to shreds I had hoped for at the beginning have hopes of repeating this sneak -
because of an off-sides plays later the Tornadoes were ,
u they scored! in each stanza, I'infraction as Big Red continued on the Pioneer 20 with it 4th (1.)0) tone, Chilson and Paul Mc- of the season and I am season. Outweigh Although 'the Baby Torna-
shod the shouts of a capacitytome to open 'big holes in the I down and 3 yards to go for I Leod from the defensive unit Tapped For Area: sure that before the year Is The Palafca': Braves had\ does wee; outmanned at almost -:
town crowd laat Fridayoifht. Pioneer defense. I the first down. Tony Griffith defensive line : t over he will \bi* a greater asset their troubles with Injuries' TornadoesStarke's every position by the
Final score was 27.6 for to brau.se he Is a and with Seabreeze( High ati:
us much Lake
After two plays netted only I The Bomb coach, said "We had to makea larger City team
the,Tornadoes.I short yardage, Wayne McLeod The next play looked as If few adjustments defensively Back HonorsWayne hard worker" Daytona Beach, but bore I undefeated Tornadoes they offered stiff resistanceor
I .Cna1 caller Wayne McLeod aided by some nifty faking, it would end in disaster for '''because, of the size of the I down In the clutches to win kill !travel! to New the score would: hale been
Continued to show improvement hit end Joey Rees with n Big Red. W. McLeod dropped Oak Ridge line but we finally BHS Lake City 21-12 with Charlie Hood big Symrna this Friday night in even greater In favor of thetl-
with game experience as pass good for 35 yards and back to pass and was forced got things worked out. I McLeod Starke's quarterback rolling out far hope of making) it number opponent.
tie'capped four Tornado TD brought the ball to rest inside out of his protected pocket.It thought the team did a real senior quarterback shared Tied For 48 yards and one TD pass- IB In a. row. and putting another In a preliminary! contest
irlvea with two short quarterback the Oak Ridge 15 yard line. 'looked as if a big loss was good job after the first quar- j Area Back of the Week honors Top ing to end Larry Freeman for notch on their 1966 before the Lake City game,
sneaks; a sweep and20yard a Two plays later W. McLeod about to be sustained when ter. I was a little disappointed i for his performance another and handing off -to victory 'poll!. about 40 members of the
aerial bomb to Paul, rammed across the goal line Wayne saw Paul streaking in our pass rushing but against Orlando Oak Ridge Of Fla. StarBy Johnny Mille'- for the third. Fans will remember last Tornado squad:! who were 9th
bit brother, a junior halfback aud the score was tied 6-6. across the goal line unguarded. I hope to see that part much I I last week. The announcementwas They never trailed In the year's contest In which graders .were. divided-; into
Starke fans braving the t 'The PAT attempt by Reese The pass>!! was perfect and Improved ,by next week." mode In the Sunday Fred Green game In which three of the Starke rolled l over the Barra- equal teams and battled for
rainy.. weather, watched in silent was wide. Starke took the lead 12-6 as. Offensive line conch, Mike. 'edition of the Gainesville five touchdowns( were scoredIn cudas 51-14. Coach nurse 24 minutes against each
disbelief as the BIO, BIO Big Red HoldsIt the 1st half came to an end. Sexton had high praise for The Florida: Star Confer- the last 3 minutes of the was optimistic about this other Coach Warney Adkin-
Pioneer eleven, ground the op- looked as if the big hometown Joey Reese Harry Hatcher his chargers. "They were able Sun.McLeod turned In another ence was idle this past week- game The Braves have seen year's game pud:! rated his son's tquad beat Coach Mil-
ant\&' kick-off 70 yards for a crowd might be treated I and Randy. Joyner combined to move-those big Oak Ridge outstanding performance end so far as l league games no conference action yet. team at l least a three touch- loy's team 6-0 when Terry
rD despite thre heroic 4th to a tremendous offensive efforts to produce the PAT. linemen: and open gaping holes against the Pioneers as he were concerned, but every Live Oak buffered a loss, down favorite. Minx Intercepted a pass and
town stands by the vaunted show as Oak Ridge moved the Hatcher scooped up a bad for Shannon and Joyner. I scored ,three T. D.'s and team played an opponent their first !In 4 games this The Barracudas, have won ran 30 yards lor a T D.
Big Red defensive stalwarts.fh and outside the loop with Lake "p/lonn./ to QuIncy. 19-15. The
ball from their own 27 yard snap from center flipped thought our pass protection passed for another to accountfor only one fame this year
TD waa the first scored( line to the Tornado 10 before it back to Reese who threw a looked a little ragged in spots all. of Starke's touchdowns City running up the big scoreas Bulldogs have seen no conference while losing three. Their lone Baby Tornadoes
against. Starke this season. being forced to give it up. pass to Joyner breaking to- and we will certainly have to they walloped Madison action thus! far this 'victors was ever Father Lope -
Oak Ridge'waa forced to use Pat Higgs and Bill La Gotta I ward the corner of the end work on this part of our a 78-0 to run their record to season bu they play their They have lost to Perry.
18 plays and needed the bene. churned out most of the yardage zone. The score stood 13-6 at game for the tough road carried the ball]] 18 4-0 on the reason.Gralg big opener in the loop this Cocoa Beach and Merrill Is-,Play Hawthorn
times fbr
lt of two critical penalties I, during the 63 yard drive. half time. games ahead," he said. a total of 90 yardswhich Bu' bee, a Junior Friday when they meet the
rgalnat the Tornadoes to be.10m. i This 'was the lust serious Sturke'H. Show Head Tornado coach )David gave him an averageof halfback Ronnie Bennett a fit Augustine Yellow Jacketsat land.The New Smyrna attack l I'I Here TonightThe
.. the first Rig Red oppon- I| threat by the Pioneers with Stark showed great running Hurse said, "1 thought the 5.0 yards per carry for the senior halfback and Danny the Ancient City football led offensively by Charles'! '
mt to' score a TD this sea. I the possible exception of sev i strength during the 2nd half boys did a real fine job. I am night. He also: hit on 5 of 9P3S8t'S Greene, a senior fullback field. St. Augustine lost a strange and Bobby Vander- Baby Tornadoes will

ion. Starke stiffened its de- feral I desperation passes in the of the contest. Joyner. Shan- happy about our running for a total of 102 each scored two TD's in the close 20-13 game to Sanford ford, a pair cf hard running' play the varsity of Hawthorne
'ense !however, and allowed closing minutes of the fray. I non and \V. McLeod gained game. It looked better against yards. slaughter The Tigers own Friday to Indicate they have 170 pounders Horwln Clark High School here tonight
:be Pioneers only one other On the March 118 56 and 90 yards respect- the Pioneers than It has all Wayne, who has not played one conference win over St. Improved and will be after will be stnrtlntf at one of the Thursday at 7 o'clock. This
i ;tffensdve threat Halfback Pat Taking over the ball deepin ively. Wayne scored on a 1 I season Shannon, Joyner and football since way back In Augustine th'r' season. their first win of the season. halfback slots and:! Is reported is the first year of clever}
I aigga scored on a 2 yard their own territory with I yard sneak in. the 3rd quarterand F. ''McLeod give us a constant the 9th grade has continuedto ;! Starke, who also holds a The Jackets defeated Live to be one of the fastest I j mon fcotbaU! for Hawthorne.
plunge as Oak Ridge went their backs to the wall and a swept his. own left end on threat to go along with show rapid improvement Florida Star win over the Oak 20-13 last year Oranxe backs to face Starke as the this about
Preceding game
*>t ;in front 6-0. tie ballgame Starke opened I a 2 yard Jaunt in the final I'Wayne's, running and passing. at the season" progresses and Ancient City Jackets, and 1s Park defeated. Richards of season reaches! the half-way)I 40 O'h graders will\ be pitted;
*. Big Red Roils their attack to la well]] on his way toward becoming Tallahassee 12-7.
up ruling move period to lead the Tornadoesto game. tied with Lake City for the mark. *
each other in at in.tl'asQuad
u Trailing 0-6, Tornado David 70 :yards: In 7 plays. The :Mc a derisive well deserved!' I Harry Hatcher and J. Roy a triple threat quart Conference lead. also won In other Oct' 14 games This: week will be much !
Shannon gathered in. the en. Leod brothers, Joyner and I victory. Reese booted the third I Choateen came on in, the 4th rback. this weekend with a 27-fl victory Lake City treks to Ocala to like the Oak Rklue ifim* in contest beginning
'ulng Pioneer kick-off on his 'Shannon were able to pick up period PAT and Marlle Sand- [quarter and had several good To date lie has had runs!I o'er Oak Ridge of Orlando tangle with the Wildcats, /at lenst/ ont respect. The at 5:15.: Coach Tommy Mai'loy's
own 10 yard line and returned valuable real estate. before erson ran the lat PAT. plays to their credit. up to 78 yards for T. D.'s1 I I with Wayne McLeod. Starke plays at New Smyrna Tornadoes will b" out.\ team will be seeking re-J..
it to Starkes 25. On theKxt ,the drive was stopped when I Marlin Sanderson, came up NT tTINTICHIIII4. Oil and in the September 30 I|: the Tornado quarterback, a Beach, and FiUatka plays at weightei all across the line venge this' week -
) play their first from |W. MoLeod fumbled on the I with another thrilling pass interception Firm down S 17 10 clash between Starke and 170 pound senior sneaking)Ii Orange Pnrtc In the first Two tackles, Ellnson and!I
'crtnamage, Big Red calmed (Pioneer 20. I during the final VunlH' I KllKhliiK' ::110 811Ynnli Augustine he threw for 5 st'l i for three touchdowns from meeting in history between Fair. weigh 200 and 220 respectfully
Y the fears of a worried par. At this point the Pioneers I minutes of the game. Marlie PusHlnK' 1112 soT..tnI D.'S. In the first half. In close In, and then passed to these two schools all in \ TilE RIGHT POINT for th d J
jUsan. crowd when Wayne :Mc. were stalled by a stubborn has made! this an every Fri 1'.'.....1.H Vd" babied 412 Vt h* 6-111 180 dition to this he also does his brother. Paul McLeod a non-conference games The WilY you write. Com .la and
"Lead zipped 23 yards behind Tornado defense led by middle 'day night affair and almost I Punta 4-ir 4-ir.: area. I I junior halfback, for the conference teams are favored .select your favorite ESTEK
some hard downfleld blocking guard Andy Mayton and line eluded the last defender in I Vnrda. i Lift I'en. 'II..r' 11'1 Commenting on the an- fourth TD. Starke Is the over their opponents: and Live ,t riitHHined t All<1 In the TF.I.E- miOOK fountain pen. TELK
led 'by David Shannon and backer Roger Chilson and his>!! path toward the goal line. I I1//\ ("( TOTALStarke nouncement, Coach David i 1 I, Florida Star. Conference 19B5! Oak and: at Augustine\ are K\ril brings results.. Git,tFll. ..
Paul !McLeod. Shannon thenK. their short punt put Starkein Defense Tough B I t I It Hurse said.: "Wayne has Improved champion and also the rated a toy"."n' in the 10111'I I
State I
J, banged over right guard for the driver's. seat again. on Despite a weight dlsadvan-' Ptak, Itldgi.. '. ,I' at a faster pace than Grid Champ in Class A conference action. .

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lltnttnvlyylnttyyyy I :nd giddcs. and Mrs. Hazel extra classrooms if needed. Prince.-.Charlie Caatlen and Attending the Kelly reunionat I for both morning and evening .

U irrell kindergarten This is HALLOWEEN (CARNIVAL John Riggs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. worship.
BROOKERBy { 0111 first year to have a kin. I The Brooker PTA will be At this writing: those aheadare Tatauwlge. Kelly in Tallahassee Airman 1st class Gene Edwards J STARKE

>;> *! doigarten Lunch room work- sponsoring their annual Halloween : Joan Baaa, with 2,221 vob'M Sunday were: Clyde Kelly, Mr. and. wife of Columbus, .
- cm for thin year are iMra. Lot- [ Carnival again this for queen. Tony Castlen and Mrs. Bobby rfyal and Ohio are spending two weeks I BUSINESS.
Joyce! Stokesvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvv.ynn tip. Edwards and ::\11''& Charity year. The date set for this with 376 votes for King. Kathy family Lennox anrl! Dottie Kelly here with his parents Mr,
VVllli.ima Bus drivers are: event will be Saturday, Oct. Jones with 1,600 votes for and 'Mr Howard Mott and and Mrs.' Ernest Edwards. __

Tl )lrA. Ethel Boss, Mrs. Dolly 22, at the Brooker Junior High Princess and Charlie Castlen daughter, Janice. Mrs. Betty Raborn and DIRECTORYAUTO

IUIOOKER SCHOOL H.irrell: and Lloyd Barry. School. Something new haa with 382 votes for Prince. :Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence children have moved to Dade

OFF TO GOOD START Custodian for this term is Mr. been added this year . a I Deadline on votes 'is 9 P.M. Wiggins and their son, Ronald City. We will miss them in
T Thomas of Hampton. contest for King and Queen, Saturday, Oct. 22. REPAIRS
The Brooker Junior High I t, of Oalnesville, attendedthe our community Sure hope ;
School is In full swing for the Brooker is counting on. anew Prince and Princess. Votes are I New Manager For funeral service of Mrs. they will like their new home ,

saw year. The faculty consist air conditional: school lc each. Candidates are as McKenzie: Tank Lines Wiggins' nephew! in Jacksonville Mr. and'] Mrs Steve Kelly of kyi Earl's GarageALL

ct: Principal, and 7th and 8th building by next term. Flans follows: The McKenzie Tank Lines Saturday.We Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs t KINDS OF
now grade teacher, V. R Ferguson, i I have been drawn and are in I I: QUl'On-Joan Baas and Nan terminal here now has a (new wish to express our Lloyd Dyal spent the weekend AU70 REPAIR WORK

Isl I of Starke: :Mrs. Iva Jean Hnr- the process of being approved Seelbach. manager, Nell Reed, of Panama deepest sympathy to the par at Salt Springs.Library All Work Guaranteed

tough rell l. 5th and 6th grades: MIM, and carried 1 through the proper I King Tony Castlen and City :Mr. Reed will move ents and relatives of Mrs. Phone 969-2964
I his family here in a few!
that v Mattle Ellis Worthington. chanels) The old, buildingwill Robin Parrish. Madeline (Pat) Williams. She !So. Walnut. Starfcfno
months. Art QulcksaJl. the
"A"AreU 3rd & 4th grades' Mrs Carol be left on ita present site j Princess-Tina Seelbach and has been Is the former Madeline Green r News r't
former manager, promoted
of Brooker, and passed
7Iow Sosadu of Gainesville. 1st & tnd will serve as a gym or Kathy Jones. I to district manager and away __
u dispatcher and, haa moved to STORY HOUR
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you 1 We to Miss Myra Parrish has moved Gilbert S.
Tallahassee. are sorry
I. 'see this family leave our com to' Gainesville' where she "Folk World"Tales will fiom be told Aroundthe by Punt Pass Kick WinnersFirst Standard 011 service Station
munity. We wish to welcomethe Is employed with the South ATLAS
tack? t Why I
Mrs. George Winkler at
, Thi k Reeds and hope they will em Bell Telephone Co. We plate winners!!! In last Saturday's. Punt, Pass.. Kick TIRES ,& BATTERIES
w will miss Myra, but are Story Hour, Thursday afternoon I Service
questWhat ..a worryso enjoy living the here.Fire? I.I."h..re's sude we till be,eeeing her of Oct. 13, 3:30: to 4:15p. : competition are pictured abut let. row (from left) Charles Budget Phone Terms 964-7071-Road

ten. m. at the public libiary Green, 10; Tommy RrriUNh) 0; Konert Read, 8. 2nd row: Edward -
Had quite a ,bit of excitermeat i07 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S
how ,, in our fair town this ;Missy. ; Barbara Baggett at. All children ages 6-9 are Knight, 13; Richard fill. 12; Eddy Ha/.en 11. A com

weekend past seems as tended special showing of urged to come and have fun t' plete list of n Inner* win be round In this Recreation Department .
though a few pranksters lair. styling and coloring.at New* C'olumn.KIXOiUEY .
How tr about thought it would' be fun to the Central Florida. HairstylIng For the next two weeks at SHELL
I km 4 in Gainesville Mon the Starke-Bradford County. LAKE1I0fEC01JSO Service StationGas
howFionc ring our fire bell and proceed. College W. C. T. U. I
x ed to do so a couple of Public Library we Invite yOU'to : : Oils Lubrication
I aa I ,I very alert girls happened to day.Rev.. and Mrs. Rex Brook- see a most interesting art The Kirufslej'/ Lake Baptist "IT MAY BE CONTRARYTO Goodyear Tires ,& Batteries'

done no oi II I get the tag .number and description ings and family of Wellborn display. Mrs. Warren Wlnk.- Church will observe Home TilE LAWS OF N. ROAD SERVICE

Luke of the car people were dinner guests of :Mr. and ler's fifth grade from Starke coming Day on Sunday, Oct. BUT WILD OATS TURE'I 301 and 100 Starfce
began popping out of their Elementary school has donean 16. Dinner will be served at.
drove Mrs Malcolm Harrell Sunday. RYE PRODUCE TilE SAME
houses to see where the fire I exhibit entitled "Perspec 1 p. m.. with singing in the[I Adjustable Vinyl Book
; ore Rev. Brookins was the speaker I KIND: OF CROP." (UellgIOUH cents
three Highway Patrolmenwere tive.. afternoon. Everyone is cor-I Covers. All she, 30 ea.
yardiThe in Brooker, and the at Brooker Baptist Church ,1",11. Inviter) to attendINSURANCE Telescope. ). I at The Telegraph. .

ehuffle that took, place, I I r
1. yC -
wt41L4'a e rand'' I .
PlM' / I : n. .
NE'M one deputy stopped the other to. .. t1ec1tV r e
>e thinking he had, cornered the / V e o

: prankster's auto : the result -

was the pranksters got

:pent; away leaving two confused
area deputies and three patrolmen.
tnun Sure was exciting glad.

ate item USE OUR NIGHT DEPOSITORY] PERSONALS there was no fire I

teler If there's a fire at the office tonight. if the Among ,, those. on the sick 20 words. or less one Insertion Memorial, Resolutions, etc. Display Ads In Classified Section:

atHelg store is burglarized over the week end if, list this week are: Mrs. Ruby (minimum charge) -------_----- 1.00 Per word ____________________ .03 '1.BO Inch- nt insertion
and Merel Mann in the per
if, if! Relax-you can deposit your daily business Hayes, If not paid In advance, ____-__ 1.25
Butler and
in Lake I'I'ho.spltal Cord of Thank, : Vp to 50 word
..... receipts, cash and checks, in our bank. Truby Plnholster 'In the Bradford Keyed coded, or Blind ads $1.25 per inch after first Ina rtlo..
minimum __ ______ 1.2& (minimum charge) ___"_______. 'J.50
safe Night Depository at any hour before or U County Hospital.We ( charge) -

after our regular business hours. any day are glad to have Lennox Each additional word over 20_____ .03 Over 50 words! : per word-------- .05:

I or night of the week including holidays. Ask Kelley home again. He baa i'
served his four years with PAPA GUS' Barber Shop closed HASTINGS MATTRESS FOR SALK: APARTMENT: BE SURE: TO SEE WORLto'
about it right I
Uncle Sam and Is no whome until further notice. WORKS AT REDUCED: RATES HOUSE & FURNITURE Six BOOK before buying any
with his mother, Mrs. Doris 2tp 10/20 & UPIIOLSTEliY AUTO, FIRE, BOAT other encyclopedia. M. A.
rental apaaJil'nent'Will pro.vide
710 Lemon St.
Kelley. FOR SALE! One Shetland DOYLE E. CONNER; Payne, your local representative
I hear it was some party at Pony. Ph. 9648331. Itp I Furniture Repaired INSURANCE AGENCY home, plus approximately since 1M4. Box 626
he Howard Douglas realdenoe & Refinished t.f chI( $200 per month Income.

FLORIDA last,, weekend seems, that Insurance Problems? : Upholstered (Priced for quick sale. Bullington i Phone 964-6793. tfcfl
the Sub Deb Club had .initia Call the Man From MATTRESSES i Starke, Fla. tfchg.IF I

tlon for part of their members. "KEYSTONE"George Innersprings I MARY CARTERPAINTS Myer Power Tool

*:&JUt.K 1 AT I S TAR, K E I They the Douglas had a slumber home, with.{party Sue at E. LaRue and Box Springs YOU NEED an apartment !I Area Headquarters For

Douglas as the hostess.. Amongthe Keystone Height Drop I's A Card or Call or house. See W. H. Noll man, ; Lawnmowers Power TtnMMcCulIoch

Brooker girls wlXQ are FALATKA EV :5-9106 J10 N Cherry St. Reasonable Chain Saw
One of 30 Banks of the Florida NationaL.Crowp Consultant For All Your
Ji ,, ...... .
: ''nvnvber! ate: Sue r>ougla Insurance NeedsRepreHnUnr MRS. I-EGGY SHLLER Rtttes. tfchgOFJ.o'OJo Pumps ,& Water System! ..
Ti Hilda Harrell, Jan Rakes Del- Briggs Stratton Engine
i Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. la Wilson and Jackie and Sue 2119 E, Adkin St. Complete Line : SPACE for rent or Rental; Sale .. Service

Great American Ins Co. I Starke, Kent ofPAINTS
Smith. lease DavU Hotel Bldg. New 230 N.E.: 16th Ave

.. The Travelers Ins Co. ANDSUPPLIES ly renovated: and ready for oc Galneftvllto 378-3411
Tel. 473-4492 Day ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS cupancy. Reasonable. Call 9813301. .Men*.
47J-4325: Nltes 'jullt to order Machine' work. .. 4tp 10/13
Auto fire Home Bushie. Boat Motor and Pump repairs. '
All WANTED -Permanent
CAMPAIGN Monthly Payment Flan Brown's Repair Shop, Rt. 1, PurposesVINYL FOR RENT--4 room furnished
r? EVAFELISTICr position. All company
Box 363. Starke [Kingsley apartment, at 404 Lake St. benefits. :Minimum startingrate

I 'ONE STOPMASONRY Lake. tfchg Phone 064-7964. tfchg $1.43. Agee 18 to 4,3.,: Ap
ply Southern''Wood Preserving
SERVICE ALL TYPES of lawn mowers
Upholstering Co., Baldwin, Fla. 8 a.m. to
and saws, machine sharpenedCalvin week 8 hour 18
day day, age
)3 A Y. Ready Mix, all sizes Concrete Johns, 332 N. Water Material to 60. If Interested please 4:30 p. m, atchtf 10,10
Block I oil type Sand;
Ph. 9641441. tfchg
i ppply in person at Personnel!
Precast Lintels.. Everything Values To $10.00 Office. Siin'"nd Training COOK, WAITRESS Filling
nereMary for concrete masonry Station attendant wanted. Apply

: MADISON STREET BAPTIST CHURCH I If all We materials will construction meet any within price'Brad' on I CONSOLE SINGER MATIC DIAL MODEL-0. $3 YARD 2 Center|_' Gainesville.4tchg 10127: Stop.in person B &; O Truck tfchg

ford County AND STILL FOR RENT Furnished
f I It MAINTAIN QUALITY SEWING MACHINEMust WAITRESS WANTED applyin I house on Kingsley Lake Oct. FOR RENT Furnished a-

: 900 W. MADISON STREET16TH23R& i : place In your area. person at Garden RestL.u- 15 to June 15. Phone 533- partment. Lake privileges. Fe-
BRADFORDENGINEERING tfchg male school teacher or couple
rant. 12451 mornings. 4tchg 10 27
A-l Khape. Zlj>Zng", make I
I <: CO. buttonhole' fancy. design. preferred. ITS or $80 reap. Ut-
ilities furnished. Call 473-3054:
FOR SALE Stoves, heaters ,
Ph. 964.2521 Starke sews on buttons, .tl'. :Sold'
:5 old
.. -- years on oJT U,kinds. Furniture, ejectrlcal Keystone. Heigftts. tfchgJOB3 \
... .A -n-. new for over $300. :MUST Also shop and office buildIng '!. : Of' '.
OCTOBER HOUSE 10 acres of land. SACRIFICE. Just pay balance Must see to appreciate. appliances boat trailers 'j
U S. 301 North out of City clothing
S6!, or iwMiinl. $2.00( :M L. Turner, Lawtey 782-
Limits. Owner has moved. weekly payment Will I I I 3615 4tchg 106 antiques. Just about anything OPEN
Place must sell. A. J. Thomas, take older mm,'nine In rude.t i YOU are looking for at 04:

Realtor, Tel. 0,64.5701: Call C..dltI'Lnllpr.: ('01..- FOR RENT -- Cottage on Trading:! Post at lower prices 8teno. '1.63 hr.

LECT, Jacksonville 3. 3-llHO( Kingsley Lake. Attractively than you will find anyWhere.
FOR SALK HOUSE AND anytime. mil deliver; no furnished fuel and gas heat. ;Motel: 1\hld-lIvlng quarter
BUSINESS LOT 321 W Mad. obligation. Year round. :Mrs' J. W. Klniald Com out and look around plus !$30! week.

R Ison near Starke Plaza. Bull. 10/30 069-1491 tfchg Just 2H miles north o!
2tchir Service !Station Manager
Evangelistic Ington Starke, Fla. tfchg Staike on 301. Leonard Ortf-I Ifls. $1.30 hr.
FOR SALK:: 1950 8 cylinder PRICED TO SELL t I
FOR SALE 8tchgll24! ,,
OR RENT 1 bedroom

this We alto need waitresses,
$6500 !
:lalf-ton Pickup. Very !good: Reduced to only
t trailer Westmoreland nenhanlcal condition. Phone 6-room .Sz; bath home Is a LOSE WEIGHT safely; ;a.hler.*, baby Kitten, housecapers. -
Trailer Park. Phone 8t 9-32fll
: Singing or 969.1031.. > tfchs )616693. 4tchff!: 10.13 real bargain. Has three bed. with Dex-A-Dlet Tablets j i .

!looms-unusual at this plcel l cnly 98c at Mitchell Drugs CENTRAL

Eunice Nursery TOTJSE TRAILERS for ten Situated only two blocks Rtarke_6tp 11/10, E EMPLOYMENT
Each Fall annuals -Pf'tunlaa, pan T sale. Can be moved on from center of town and l 1
dies, etc.! Heavy berried pyra our own lot, J. B.V11t; block from schools. 11 is LOT FOR SALE-60 :X: 100 SERVICE
cantha.! Citrus trees' loade Phone 964-1651, 4tch 19 :27 'I aded by large pecan trees City sewerage and electricity. 333-A N Temple M9-S741

a with fruit. All contalne! Let us show you this oni." 2 nice shade trees. Near
P'I7W11. 2 miles north of Law -85 WEEKLY AND :MOR3-: school!., Suitable for trailer or STRAYED1 bull :yearling

; Evening ley. Turn at sign. Ph. 782 or lellable man or woman 660" Highway Frontage home. Small down payment since March 1966. Owner

3483 4tchg 102 o sef\'I 1 Wntklnn! customers 20 Acres situated on paved I and take: up payments Call may claim by Identifying and

I Starke Full or put time highway only one mile from I P64-6461_2tp 11'113 paying feed bill. L. L. Norman -

I .' NEEDED!: Vo Investment. Write C R City Limit. Ideal for small I Rt. 2, Box 116, Starke.
I ITo Age 18 to 40 'ubIP.< Dept. 01. P. O Box farm or building lots-many I IMPROVED Fie! 90 strawberry 4tp 10-'':2.7
train for repair. and maintenance !
4 I "o. 3447 :Memphis.: Tennes- h"':iutiful homeslwts.! Term' plants for sale. Pete
land of BJVt. typewriter tee 38102. 10 '6 2tp too: can be arranged on this one W.ln""rI"l'1t. .lIwtev. 2tcha I
other makes and
of electric WANTED Pulpwood
-full price only $7900.
and manuel typewriters. and "Van-en J. Starling it not re- 'REALTY !NELL'S IBBAUTY SHOP: saw timber. Contact me at

: Rev Swinton Fuich Rev. Feldon L. Rowan I business machines. iponsibhe for any cheilit and 2117 STROUT N. Temple Ave. Highway 21, IMelroie. Two op- home. L. H. Outlaw, phone
Applicants locate must be willing: ft hecks Issued by Jackie LoeStarling. fU S. 3011( erators to serve you. Tue 9640561. Itchg 1027*!

for twelve months. You np Phone 0 <)-3491 Stake through Sat Closed Mondays. I
: Evangelist Pastor \will be placed on a full time Service Is our motto. HELP WANTED- Meat Cutler -
salary Job and you will wort FOR SALE3 bedroom, 2 11/3 driver write
I 4tchg also truck
days while training nights. Tc 'ath house with carport and FOR RF.NT2 bedroom fur-
... 'shed[ house 749 P. O. Box 702, Gainesville.
be accepted you must be phy x>rch. Large half acre lot In Thompson
: You are invited to attend the Evangelistic Services each evening at 7:30 I slcally fit, of good character Sreen Acres with eight large St. Phone 069-2594: or 964. "Sacrifice: Spinnet piano for Fla state, age experience
and if free to
0201. $288.00. Terms arranged. education
and have up
an aptitude to work rearing pecan trees City wa-
: P.M., and hear Reverend Swinton Futch of the Emmanuel Baptist Church I with tools. Free placement service er and sewage, 1408 N. Ran- Write Credit Phlpps Dept., File Piano A-109 Co., Inc 1808. move to Gainesville.8tchg 11'1)FOR )
I upon completion of train- tall St. Call 06-4-31551 after :5 I FOR SALE26" gins bicycle
; of Jacksonville Florida. Reverend Futch is a native of Nashville Ga. and Ing. If sincerely interested Ina >m- 6tchg 11 17 ( good condition. Phone WM202. 3rd Avenue N., Birmingham
personal interview, write' \ : ItchgAUCTION Alabama ItchgFOR 'SALE:-Gun Cabinet with
I Southern Training MAID wants days work or sliding glass. doors. R. W.
graduate of Mercer University Macon Ga. and New Orleans Baptist Institute, SALE or t lease Large :S20 W. Weldon St.
a ,2114 Spring St., N.W. Atlanta 'egular work. Call 061-5732: 3 bedroom frame Brannen .
; Ga Itp Furniture Appliances. Anti house, corn Starke. Phone 964-6373. Itp
4t 11/3
Theological Seminary. He is a wonderful Christian, and.a fine preacher. who I ques. Sunday 1:30 p.m. on er lot.746 Fenced back yard, new
HELP WANTED-Male.: [ Blandiing"' Road 2 miles roof. S. Westmoreland St. Station

preaches the Gospel in a way that it may be understood. He will be ,(WANTED EXPERIENCEDBOOKKEEPER: Must furinlah tual Lumber Co. :0 mile south \south of Orange Park School.Carey's or phone 964-6864. tfchg AllTEDchecking attendants for Camp Blandlng.
301. Good tmlary. regular Florida! Traders. ltcg
references and Per.i >n FOR SALEBrand new Savoy A. W. Gaylard., Ph. 533-2362 or

:, : preaching this Sunday, October 16, morning and evening, and each evening i manent Job. Address age.replys In employment. ::Mechanic millwright 1 FLORIDA 90 Strawberry nurrv '- electric guitar with con. 9642271. Itchg 10/20"
block setter, log turner cordia
amplifier. Guitar baa
own handwriting. to P. o. Box ,"' plant'" on new land. Clyde

.. : *'. 7'0: thrrntr?h4rtt t the week. If you love or need the Lord Please '130. SUrkp,, F'o.'! Me!'p and! cmnmon-laborer< chit r.:ii 1"..'..'.. ri;, ofo-ivn- 2tp in 20 j 1 I.i hsr tone and? plugool'1Ji'ol'.L volume control.' e Amp.and FOR! freezer SALE, one one combinationrefrig speedsec
5CF5ALS-- Sir: Dogs C.- TOP. .SALS. .::rilUttrsrexxi : I, tone ;...:.'?:!. J5 iikira'? prica.Call ? .. Vas1!!*?, one: deluxe!: : mriAt -
.4, 1 -. ---...-... F3R::;:: :A--: ..c%+ sa water will: : \J.j a fSTvC.i: d"e;r: 13s1: r \ : fcaitor. gui nlrucn.. ( Xi-:L5.2 ,;r: ... y.t* T.: A Le.: rtrx; y.utga; CaU:
.1[ PllmpPh7.n 944-6325.$ Phone T82-3T37. or 782.3200''J40. J. B. Prevatt, Hampton." I I Yawn, 111 p. O. Box: 928, 964-3901 (lay) or S33217SPAGE
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... -, On Courthouse Site i
Capitol Keyhole 'I" .
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.....- .. .... ........ ... Calls For More Action Less Talk

t'' ''iI I rIIf1CT. ; lOCATtoN SINCE Her HEARD ,
; -
.. I October 7, 1966Dear ape citizen] well informed on
.. .. .' :
i 11 YCArTA&REE -
.., ; :" ,, BTR .. ON APf'oIHTJNG"t. / (< acne: this subject to vote on it in-
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:1' Inasmuch< ns we apparentlyare tclitently! therefore 1
By R.VV (! ;
} : .. A NEW CS\lU.. OfFHVSH DIRECTOR: doomed to a continuationof should! not be permitted to

More And More Space For f. .'>, : the courthouse hassle. ad enter into the decision of
The Governor's Race. .tho fl": If, I Infinitum. I've finally decided ultimate location I assume' :

i' : race for go.ernor: between i I : STARK to add my comments. that our commissioner have,

Democrat Robert King High ,, 1-. % Throiuh your editorial PS-! bv this !ate date thoroughly
and Republican! Claude Kl.lc Fays alan I with assistance studied the various aspects of

I Is! getting more space everyday 1 from your cartoonist, you all sites under: consideration; :
t, but at times it is vetyUflcult have succeeded In arotKhig All elements of cost person-

(: to use' all the space the Inclination of Bradford:: j.el displacement) required.

't :! '! alloted.! One newspaperman \ County --itizens far and wide.< subsoil conditions elevations,

... .. ., following a candidate can d Why? Aside from the selfish accessablllty landscaping

Volunteer, Firemen At Work his editor: and said. "Well J Interests which have already problems, tax loss etc.
I've Just flnlsned another t been heard from what difference With all desirable' information

Credit oav with the candidate." I, does! It make to the in hand they have expressed -

Where Credit Is Due "What did he say today?\,"' : ii 4)) ( \ I !I1 C I average citizen what block their. various ooln-

naked the' editor The reporter : : the courthouse is in? lon and hap' reached a decision

Sometimes it might appear to The willing response has always shot bnck, "NOTHIT: s 'i, Now n-e have the promise bv mnloritv! vote. What

the reader that criticism t Is an been more than enough to finance "Oood, hold It down to two j I of "The People's ChOl, c"" else is! required ? I doubt tnat

occupational disease o! newspapers the department's needs for the columns" was his editor IYfl1b? come next January. Certally :".- a unanimous vote could ever

; in general. Ij> most cases current retort. majority rule is the Ideal be obtained: obviously it
however such ;year. Have you noticed hmv both of democratic rnot p-irtyl] would be Impossible to please
crfticism; ; its fire fighting
does to
notstelfi In addition
candidates':! have changed? process: and generally I'm' everyone in Bradford County,
from an inborn tendency to activities, the Keystone Depart- Lnst! time around In the r ai; for it but only when or even in Starke.

gripe,, but rather:;: from the newspaper ment also provides ambulance ser- High campaign there was F, d' a / '. ..... s r, there is' nn INFORMED: ma My hat is off to each of-
; : :
s :;;'eat] to point out and help] vice in the area, staffing an am- that lnf ctlous radio Jingle! ) J';. ., ,- :jority. Such fence straddling our Commissioners' for havIng -

f orCt conditions that could be bulance which is provided for thispurpose that started with "Hey' Tallahassee ,. '\.)., '. ( .,1.,' oJ.. ,.. ..... ., tactics by our elected officials the Intestinal fortitude to

improved) upon for the betterment by a local funeral home. here comes! your :. .) 'p"'f.' "\ \ ,' ," I' may be a means of vote gaths \ete their convictions an3ttlck
guy' his first name is Bob hlj ." .- ring, but leaves a lot to be by them.
of.'ttie of the departmentare r
community Ten second name is High !I" Not .; deMred in the performanceof : Now let's stop bickering

rjAdmittedly! we sometimes tend advanced first aid card hold- this time! It doe.=n't fit Into : official duties. o 'er whether we agree with

V>,',take the good too much for err-and !six more are training the Imar' thev are trying to : 4J In this Instance we aver- the derision and help themto

granted and fail to drop a compliment at the present time. Charles Me- create. Last time Mrs. HlgVi ''l flare citizens are informed Implement their plans

or a few words of commen- Glave !serves as First Aid Officerto and a group toured'! the' IIt only to the extent of your without further waste of
smaller counties with hillbilly! editorials. Such biased informAtion time and
this branchof ; money.
head important
dation where !
they are well! deserved up 7
and western son'ra. Now this is certainly not Very truly yours
and long overdue. A caseIn their service. Is nlso missing. Same answer. ". adequate for making! such .1. C. FoggP.

point i is!! the service being ren- Since this service was put into Over on the GOP aide. :?: momentous' decisions as the O. Box 543

dered in this!! area-and particularly effect in 1963, the ambulance has! when Claude Kirk was run- : : ,., : W q/1/h t ; one In question I do not StiiTke. Fla.

the Keystone Heights community answered 267 calls in Keystone! l'h1ff>! r for the Senate against tuN.! consider< myself I ns an aver-

b y the Keystone! Heights and surrounding' area. Spessard Holland he spoke ..:: ...'_, .:t. ___ ',,',' _
Heights Volunteer Fire Depart- This is in addition to the thirtyto from the stens of the Capitolon 4.'

ment and ambulance service fifty fire calls that are answered a Saturday morning. Kirk Better Get Together, Fellows \With Your County Agent
The annually.The has !gone! all out on !the pro-
Keystone Volunteers are
motion of this event and for
an\ unpaid organization of some absence of established! fire his! efforts got about 85 listeners By <;. T. ihiggins!

30.. public spirited citizens who service. in the rural areas of an.1. NBC-Television Servewith pork sau.wgc! +

fight fires and answer ambulancecalls Bradford County points up a need news camera who were dome ham or bacon. Makes 6 servings :

and other emergencies, not that was dramatically illustratedby a story on Kirk running NEWS And NOTES .
the tavern fire on State Road Iu'aln Holland. Claude< PARDON ME WHILE I
only in their home community of '
Keystone Heights, but-in the 100 two weeks. ago. Although the spoke and got little publicityIn For Today's Homemakers CHECK WHAT'S COOK- ,
the !Bundav'! papers! And a It.G!
words of their Chief, Roy Tyre Keystone firemen were kind total of eight seconds worthof By Martha Sue McCain

*. 'will go anywhere in the area, enough to come to the rescue, his remarks on the national Santa JuanaDesignated .7

within reason, where we are needed such far-flung runs cannot reallybe network. Most of their County Extension

." considered their responsibility foot one! showed him shaking: Home Economics A(rent As

iTheir "anywhere within reason"policy -taking them into another coun- hands in the panhandle.Kirk Public Dove FieldThe ltnn
their Isn't. speaking" on the _._
ty and necessitating! leaving -- --
brought them, on a recent with CAPitol steps thU! time and Santa. Juana Field
occasion within mile of Starke own community only partof PLENTIFUL' FOODS off drippings. Combine'
a NBC Isn't here for this go located eight miles north :af r
necessitating a run o f some its equipment on call. round October looks like a good onion apples, catsup :and Keystone Heights!: off State

twelve miles from their home This obvious need is somethingthat CAPITOL NOTEBOOK month is far as the list of ;rfarllc Add to chops. Sprinkle Road 21 In Clay: County Tins

base. In this particular instance, might be given attention in Former House Spanker Mallory I- plentiful foods indicates. suit and pepper over chops: been designated "as an additional -

sthe Starke Fire Department the forthcoming study that is to E. Home of Ion County Items Included are broiler and nppli- mixture Cover public dove field for
was and Senator-elect Horns: fryers pork apples, grapes: tightly; :and simmer 45 min- of hunters In northeast -
be made of our city county now t\ie\ use
Called first, but could not respond "'Informed' pears: rice; am!- under a Federal 'when, he _s"on the Florida, t lj tfbcftrdlng: { to Regional -
because of a policy that requires governments temporary rules committee of SOFTEN UP AN OLD BEAN Six; sen In'I Manaarer! Robert

payment of a $:.50 fee by the grant received by the Universityof the Senate said "I'm hopeful If you'ie cooking dry beansor This recipe! is Just one In' n Brantlev of the Game At

property owner who asks for aid Florida. We appreciate the cooperation I will be on the permanent whole peas you know booklet p-LORIDA MEAT Fresh' Water Fish Commission This picture It proof that Lundy Porter of the' Hellbrooa

outside the city limits. For !some of the Keystone Volun committee. I would like tome of them need to "bo RECIPES. Your copy Is ruction smile huy while the mm was nhlnlng- The Held shown

the ?:50> foe was not pledged teer Department, but there shouldbe to revtee those Senate Rules" soaked overnight before available upon request from Snnta Juana Field consists! here In. grass. and' //iI-' Uhlto'' Dutch Cloven Clover was seeded -
Box 267. ai'call
boll Office. P. O.
To time our
cooking save
some way in which Bradford "People in Brevard, County of 300( acres planted In corn. on top of lialilii Just a year ago, and .m soon all .It hodI'nlllll'h
and the blazinpr building con
964-2RR1.:! :
and beans for two minutes
could provide this vital end. tourist attractions not peas and Rood flights of dove haveabeen for restricted he .started It.
ad- County if that didn't make grouth jrrnslngr: using
tinued to burn endangering mentioned In recent remove from heat soak Now observed round it
jacent homes and other structures service for its own citizens.In monorail story' are up in one hour and then cock. you hunnrv .lust rend Oil., If doves are still available" As growth lnrrmi'it' more rattle were addml. Between 45

.until someone belatedly called the meantime, it is nice to turns, and th. mnnv letters Cooking time for beans that Mnybe its the weather but I nft"r the first!! pha e. Oct. 1 and fill) nnimirit 11'1'11:1"11:" | on about 17 8..1'..... Cattle were taken

the Keystone volunteers, who responded know that in time of emergencywe r"c'l lvert this week from them take an hour or longer to can almost smell it cookingnow. to Nov. 6, the hunt will continue off this Held lietneeii July 15 and' 20. Good management

immediately and soon can rely on our friends from show their unhappiness at cook can be shortened' bY : through: the second (pays 1 MR (IHIileixN.Folk .

Keystone Heights They can be not' 'belnf+ mentioned.! We r,('r''.-'1ng a small!! amount of I liUD APPir KINGSThree l/hnso. Niv In! to Dec. 4, and around l Ilellhronn ruts the Prater' us mighty good
had the fire under control. baking roda to the water at large. red poles" 3
reached in time of need, by plac- lId! it was ,
Such untiring service has won surely there 'would 1 rx> a spur the beginning of the soakln tib'espoons! butter or mar- Jan. 2.Santa.

the Keystone: Volunteers the ad- ing a call to their emergency to the cape And all mrjortourist period. If your tap water Is of garine. Junna Field was es- When there are good relations rbout' a facility that ourpeople

miration and respect of the entire number. 473-4312, or to the engine attractions. medium hnrdn ss.' add an Wash nnd core apples: tnb'lshed due to the heavy cooperation! understanding ': will enjoy and Use
number at Elec- eighth of a teaspoon of stkla! trim rnrJs.!! Cut each crosswise -
area, and this is reflected room you certainly don't s'e the hunting pressure and enthusiasm, with confidence- and pride.

In the fart that they never want tric Cooperative, where !someone numbest? of bumper strips to dry the bonns.water This for f'a"h cup cook-cf; Heat into butter 4 slices.In large IIklll't.RRut9 opening/ day! of the cur- !there Is progress. Another Had a good visit with one

is always on duty-4734911.They're pround 1 the Capitol comolex reduces lent dove. neiaon.' The field way to sny is that no sin- of our good Brooker farmersa
for finances with which to run Inst time by about onefourth. apple rings lust until -
'Mi! -hnnld provide pie person or organization few days A portion of
election that ago.
business for this vou
their department. Once a year not "drumming up Measure the soda exactly, tenoer-4:! to 5 mlnlltt3tlll'ntnsr -- eliminate
hunting and help far all alone.
cnn pot
in past ones and, there Are very the visit was at the edge of
Fireman's Ball and ," you understand but they : excessive; soda affects flavor : them once. eondltionx.Open .
they give a thousands of non-merit svs- um6ded| hunting The other day we invited about a 20 acre. patch of peas.
'Invite in the stand ready to help-as always and nutritive value of benns. Uluu.tn: 1\1'1'1.1': JIISnol;! days will blWednps-
property owners tom emplnvees who could put each of our Agricultural: Three different varieties!
;:a1"en to become honorary members anywhere in the area "within them on their cars ivm't get And If your recipe calls for Three large cooking bl1 apple tt'or 'nv sod Saturday of each apencles to meet with our were planted A crew was

of the department upon pay- reason." What more could be ask- jrc wron there are hum- nrH. inmvDIrnU. t/ the beans, ore-fourth: cup }>'1IrIpls"o week'urine' open *""* spawn Af-tcutMral. Fmlnecr Tom picking/! In the section cf
me'tv1 1 "np-
:'kp otni.to,: K entsup or vine- rmrpcnrln" ; ,, Ort R1'111 be
of voluntary contribution. ed ? r-1' strip bet most of fiom lemon Itilce 1 !!) p.itii-dTv Sldnn"r. to surest' needs! for purple tip crow ers. Slnrethey
went a :
r odd them late In- (lie >n 'ttn- boolln h"urs\
"' -av "S'tnflnvnr' promotion even Internal fixtures nnd arrangements were nearest to my (rir.that .
of the! Florida Department of cnok'nn'! period' when the tablespoon sugar: om'-fourtn art t from! 12:! noon to !sunaet.Unllv !; In our proposed.I'trlculturol is the variety I had for
almost tender.! teaspoon cinnamon. .
beans are : bag limit is 12 dovesper
center. supper the next day. :MywIfe's
.'Too Close To Home agriculture. A-lds delay 1 softening of the Preheat irrlddle. day.A choice is improved acre
First of all could not be
Now ladies and gentlemen IIkln!!. Wash und core apples: : -lIt we
$2 love field p"rmlt3! so now I'll have to "visit -
United States on November 8th. YOU will PORK fllOP-APPI.E each Into 4 ciotswlie!; slions Piilovlni! / this dream if It peas
of the -
So "National Weeks" are the President requited for each person ""Xcept Gene Crosby again This
many not for Rood relations
not only be voting for stA> DEMC.HT Combine 2 tablerpoons( b'lt- were
the ultra-sensitive to criti- Florida residents over visit will be to purchase
proclaimed sometimes are
that officials with and encouragement
end legislative you fer and the lemon .lulro
of the They acceptthe Six' rib or loin pork chop-s: 65 of age. About three hampers to take
cisms years
whole idea threatens to become press. will also be voting on a number to brush both sides' of the from our County Commissioners -
ridiculous and we are inclined to accolades and bask in the of Constitutional Amend cut thick three-fourths 3 tablespoons to one flour Inch; 1 apple' rin1??. Maps; nod additional In- Then our County up the empty space In our
of the praise but few of vote Is : formntlo.i may be obtnlnel Commissioners are encouraged fieczer.
'Ignore the lot. glory ments. Every ImpOrt- tablespoon lard or drippings; Orlir ubiUt I aiid l one-hilf
when it hv con'nrtlncr the Game kFresh : I know they are o- Gene Crosby is not a great
stat Ina an
ant to
o Be that as it may, we beg forgiveness them can accept opinion you your one-half rui chopped onion; minutes or until golden; on Water Comml sltJn'sI'rlonal big farmer but he Is a Rood
; close election the "stavalhome" 1111t.h( (' right/ I thing/ by ittntlltit'e \:
with their or reporting butter
own, underside add' more
thinly unpared ;
ti that October disagrees 2
for mentioning vote could the cups ; office in take City1IIF. ;: end expressions of fpimer If he can buy a little
when it might put themat mean apples: 3 tablespoons catsup, ns needed Turn: Krlll 1'a
\ 9-16 Is National NewspaperWeek. rice; coffee salt sugar and
1.ferenc; in how this st< all the people.
\ "
minutes' longer or until ten : KIOIIT POINT for the
1 small clove garlic :
disadvantage. flour he will usually have .
'. In marking the observance, a will be for the next four with Mr Skinner
run ; 1 alt one-eloJhch, ner. wuy you, 'HII P. ( ( nin In mid We. nlnim -
teaspoon ;
officials fail to variety in with 1U
'jthe Jacksonville Journal !said : "What so many years. It's your duty to be a teaspoon pepper! While rings are !still on select year, fivorlte KSTI'llHKOOK ale so pleased that all by

"Americans look to the recognize is that inherent rightof "doer" not a' 'dou't- Dredge chops in flour and aril!, sprinkle with s-iB-ir/ fonntitln. pen. TKI.K-': ': Blendes have lust one goal; home vegetables.Even sunplv) of. eggs meatand

newspapers for reporting and the people, through the press, er brown in lard or. drippings. combined with cinnamon! tl\Plf.; I l-i:, mind and that Is to bring\ In the fall, here \\n

J' leadership amusement and infor- to bring into the open and ex- This is Starr, that's the Bradford County we are

the truthi amine every fiber of an occupantof nevs through the Capitol starting
mation. They expect ,' : crop programs. Beginning -
i I and they demand the best newscoverage a public office. It's fine whenit Keyhole $20. 301 32 ( programs always reminds -

j available. They also happens to the other fellow, Three nelghboring col1ntle"; t'r; M us of the need tor
( f
Bradford Shows shoved louses' for September ,
want hard-hitting editorials that they believe but not when it hap- I keeping' a record. Then too.
with ,
an compared the name
nil the :report like taxes and
will aid them in getting at the pens to them. Sales Tax Gain month a year B.JJO. Baker'sj .'..' social security need to betaken

truth. The Journal closes!! with the For SeptemberBradford drop was 7.62 per cent, Clay t fy from good records.
( the fight to fell /591 cent, and Union ai (
thought that pep ,
"Yet; they also criticize the We have a Farm and Home
keen liberty rests with an informed County showed a 4 97 per ennt. Alachua .showed Record Book
press if it hits too close to home, r V that has Rood
I 10.no cent gain
3.50 cent \ In sales tax a per
and gain 1
That is our duty per and is
and they hurl charges of smear" public. an easy systemtni
collections for September !lit Collections of the seventh
that M what we will try to do keeping a complete reccid -
if the editorials involve
journalism tax In
compared! with the same/ month cent jcasottTw Bradford
battles to the Ayr \ It \vas made up at a
daily 1
them or their interests. despite last year County In August sales totaled nvetlns of folks from threeor

1 "Elected officials, right up to Contrary." Collection for September $7.273.01., an compnred 1 four rtates It is designed
196S total j $21.012.3. September with $50,2.,097, for August. i
vu tut the farmer and the rec-
The Bradford County Telegraph 1965' colectlorw were 1965. IL
I C' III he will need in makinghis

":; rt reports at the end of the
1879 II ::J!. ,
QRIp Established! .. rear Pick up one from our
J 4 Out Of The PastIt' l U l tr. office. We can even mail it
-- E L. MATTHEWS r'rY\
1 .
to you If you call 984-6781.
Editor and Publisher 7M
G In "Agricultural Building" now, but wM-n" thin. phntognrph -

N'AFw6ER y Florida's Oldest" Weekly was taken more than 60 year ago It HIM doing service LaIA !
C d THE RIGHT POINT: for the
1966 Newspaper Published Con- ma the County Jail complete with Iron ban at the windows -
f tht"nu"lvnllu the !Same way you write. Come In and
r "11',0t4, Masthead.PublNhed and surrounded by an Iron fence. t't. select your favorite ESTER.

1'Ii family group |'OJ ja.ller11I n"I'4I"n.l | his wife, ,Ad'i' ; BROOK fountain pen. TELE-

Each Thursday and Entered u !Second' Cku daughter, Jessie >ra.e. and non, Johnny. GR.U"IJ. .
Matter tit the Post Office at !Stark' Fla. t. -4Platlo
If the old building round talk It might tell many a fanclnatlng -
Under Art of .March S, 1879.
story. Including accountsof i* \era! death. penalties)
IiTrwlAArea' : 1 Vr. 83.50; 6 Mo. $-J.OO. ,tfotooookUXECKAPH l $1.50 At .tlM
took 4rra4't.ed! .
by public honking: which place: on a at
(iatadl 1J, \.C... 1 1'1' 1-i .; !,fi>. R'- _::. Y ::
rit at, between the jail and the courtious



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rYYYYYY.TY7YYYYYYYY Mrs. Marzllle Thornton t is 111 {r Saturday for the football and Karen Bom: of the State chett this week. I.t laid decedent< ,- h.. been ad Til R RON A. YAWN Tambi.Wan. ,.

In King Memorial Hospital.Mr. game They were all guests I Farm and Linda Sue Alvarez Otis Forsyth retired from !' to proVkt1 ID this court County ,Iudt.<< Bradford CountyFl A......"
and Mrs. Mallle Qrlffls You ass hereby Gommnae. D.merIptIa .. V.I..
of Edward
Snadd I
RAIFORD of RaifordMr the. service last week and he wit bin el. oslenSer< month .
had as guests Sunday. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mis Charlie Bur- and his wlfo and family have from the date of the flr.t publication Thomav A. Vlero Stale P..pt.. of A-tI. W54 Dtyrcl.nIIL!

Bj' :Mri. Earl Dobbs Mrs. Keith Griffis and family visited relatives in Lake Cityon nett of the State Farm had as purchased the Truby Slade of- ttrl 7iot1e w *V* 20'S'F' trwinr Terwnt* AV.r a'n.r.ll. .. Bile P'racl'I
fAeT BIle I
Mr. and Mr. Johnnie Shoddof Wednesday.Mrs. guest Tuesday Mrs. Burnett's house the road pear In thla court and ahow Stark, :ria.PJrab .
I'hone 496-261 on Johns cauae, if any you can why" the .. let". 8. t, 10
"AAAAAA4AaAAAAAAA&AAt Macclenny and Mr. and Mary Freeman had as brother. Carl McCormick of from T. J. Alderman.Mr. action of thla. court *lir admit publication on September n. .n lot. 11 ...

.. Mrs. Joe Fair and son of Jacksonville guests Thursday her slster-ln- Jacksonville.Mr. and Mr Edward Saxon tIne said will. to probate II m*. U: H. a.. 15 of
M 1"! O. B. Gordon, Mrs. S. should not stand unrevokol. Pile 8 In Ward
law Mrs Fre-1 Jones and Mrs 1/21 4t 10/20
and Mrs. P. L. Phillips and family spent the week be-
S. .tr.et"
A HI van and :Mrs. Norman Mrs. Ruby Edmonoson and E. D. Dryden of Lake City. of Jacksonville attended end In the smoky MountainsIn City tW."D _....

,1nov _}i-.l' 1 entertained the Junior .son and family:! and Mr. and J. O. Dobbs left Monday fora church here Sunday as guestsof North Carolina.

,ndiiv School Class at the Mrs. J. B. Edniondson of Lees- visit with his children Mr. their nephew and family Junior Rates was operatedon """ "' _'0",",t BH 'QxER J. B Wardy. Lots 421k t.T t.a.. .tl 10 b.-1.1of
Steel at
"in, of Mir
me burg visited Mr. and Mrs. and :Mrs. Dan.iy Brancottle in the Rev. Joe McCulloughs. in the Gainesville Medical BMOOKJHH. VJUOHIUARBVHNIU tw.e"0.. 1,100
..=. .0..;:uii rarra with a hamburger i QIDNlllft'AL. rl1JW,. .
5 4.
Theodore Rosier Chester. Pa. Lotll 3. 4. ,
Saturday and Center last .
Mr. :Mrs Robert Cason week. They put a SInGE
AND .. 8. M. tott
Ii\'. .E"DITI'RI'II* .1''' 7. 10, II of Bile S 1,100 ..0.H .
Is Alvin Griffis and Michael Mr. and Mis. Monroe Killer entertained Saturday night pin In his leg and, put him in (;'....._. hap seer Lots I. 1 ot Bile

tOURthat There was a covered dish Dobbs of Raiford and Resale had as Saturday night guest. with a hayride and weiner a body ca> In Ward City 1.850 .0.

in ).run( at Raiford First OrUfls of the State Farm accompanied Phil McCiillough of Ft. roast honoring Phil and Bren- come home for awhile after KoaJ and Bridge Fund Bradford Co. I 100.00 Church or Cbrlllt Lots 25 and 2 t'I&
l: ..i/t t.t Church Sunday honor- Pierce Ad Valorom TnPenaltloH W IS' of
"A" da .
Jltnmle Douglas of McCulouirh About thirty spending the last six weeks In 1,320.4)11 .f Elk S In Ward
R\< .McCullough: and Mr. and Mis. Robert Faulkner and Interest no.oo
Are I Lake Butler to Tallahassee I young people attended. the hospital. Lic'rnaei and Permit. City -0- -0.
Ifyou\\ ': -umilv Wv will miss them. of Jacksonville visited her I Darlene Norman celebra- Garbage Fees. 3O3 fledw1nCarplp.r.' InD. Iota 14. lIS a.. 10of

mother Mrs. Ruby Yarborough ..YY.YYYYTYTYYYYYTYTYYTfJAMPTON ted her llth birthday with a Total ReVenue 1.0NII.Ol I City BIle I In Ward -02.700

rum on Sunday. party at the hall on last Monday -I S3.940.00Contract

Whf Mrs. Mary Freeman had as afternoon Games were J:.pe.dU.r_ ":Ernest flueW Fra.cl. Bile 1 ....000..

tack 4_' Barring Florida |I guests Sunday, Mrs. O. J. played and refreshments were (..Salarle.... A A'aUaJMraH. **. Fre.Folly.....Clark.., Do OothrHa' Bile Lots 10 I. 3 0' :BIle 11 1,6500.-0- ISOO.

''TI) .. Since 1950 i Green and David:! Mrs. James By Mr. Mary William served to about 25 children. InHuranc 0' 300.00 25.01 V. .1. Br. Iot 3 of Elk 11 -I). 1,85

quetWhi I Green and children and Mrs Mrs. Norman was assisted by Bulldlno :Maintenance 0).00 'Church Baptist. Lots. 4, a, 9 10.

c.g & !h.. Betty Sheirpr and children of 4.AAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA.AAAAA* her grandmother, Mrs. Neta Utllltle 130.00 11. 11 of BIle 11 .
L.fl<,al and Accounting- 60.0') In War City 0.
how Jacksonville CITY COUNCIL Johnson. Office' Supplies 10.00 c. L. Atkinson Lou e. 1 of BIle 11 1.350 -II.,,
:z: "' ..._'W' __ i Mrs. Julia Croft and daughter The regular monthly Council Mrs. Resale Hancock and Election Expeni 61.00 Joyce A. C..Una Lot 5 of BIle' 11 3,150 .o.
of Yulee visited her Dues 40.00 Fete H04.., Lots 1 A 8 of DUe
lA parents held Oct. Mrs. Mary Ann Hines were
meeting was on .
Charg-e to Head and Bridge Fond \I In Ward City I.no 0.
Mow =, Mr!'. Lucile Cordially Mr and Mrs. Bill Sapp, 4 with all Councilmen present. visiting friends in Hamptonlast Payroll Taxee -0 115.00_ Robert J. Jones Lots 10, 11. 11.of,,

X kt GodwinRepresentative fr_ Sunday. and attended church All previous business was week. of IDle II In Ward
here. year Total General and. Adnolnl.tr .tl BxpeXUtur 110.00 Cot,' J.on ..n.'P. .
howPlot ; 1i? Welcomes leared up and newly elected Street Depar<*ieii. W. Ma.rJre7"" ; 8. T. I of Bile
Friends of '-II". andMrs.. .YVYVyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy '
Councilmen Charles Williamson UtllltleaMowlnr .1.000.05 11 1ft War City .800 ,0.
: o. Ph. 961-5321. Y.*u and Your Morris Perratt of the State and Leaston Forsyth were r II 00 r.; P. Baxter Lots 3, 4. 5, 9 of

don. 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your Farm will be glad to learn sworn In. Home El 31. in Ward
replacingIna Bayless Total Street Department Expenditure' >>OGO.OO CftF' 1.16t) -0-
Lak Starke New Horn that their little! daughter An- and Lillian Slcde. Mayor Alderman Hiway ,Bobby J!:.' Dial Lots 1. 2, .11, 12:
I..Uatloa n.._....
MOl drea. Is home After a few days Clerk Mary D. Brown of Elk 11 inWard.
Services .
780.01 City I.IOCI .0.
coi In St. Vincent's Hospital In and Marshal D. W. Johnson By: Mr. O. E. Croibr: Fire Department Iv.Doutti 3, e. t, Id'
yari : The State of Florida Jacksonville. also were sworn in for the new Balarle t 90.IIG orBlk 11 inWard
R. L. Orlffts! Repairs city -.01loo
of Macclennyi 60.00 ,
I term.D. AAA J UtllltleaTnxuranco 11: Ba..ea iot 1 & I at But
Nl : It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and i visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Hill was: elected Chair- 20.00 it.00 .... I.... 3.1600:
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Masey ._ FL .... Douglas I
Grlffls. Sunday. Lots 5. 0, 7, 2 of
With Your City. I man for coming and appointed -
To You year
: Acquaint Mr and Mrs. Mallle Orlffifl of Miami were Sunday night Total Fir Department Ep* iatture( 3 353.00Park Elk 13 -0.100
the following Council- R. A Coleon
Lots 8, 11 of Bile.
guests of her
I attended South Prong Cemetery men to conrm'ttee'! Finance brotherinlawand Deprtme II'0_ too
1\\ If you are new In the area a phone t working Saturday morn- and taxation. Charles: William sister Mr.\ and Mrs. R. J. R. A. C 0 I eo.. lAt. I. e, 9, 10, '

mlare Crosby. The Masey's were en- Utllltlea. j $. > '' 11 of Bile If .0- 9,450
IU. L 'W'
aooon : 8..al
por call will bring you a prompt visit Ing.Mr son. D. E. Hill! and F. P. Lott. route to Kansas City to visit Total Budgeted Expenditure N ofLot 1.9or
and :\In Ruffin Orlffls Rules Laws Ordinances: Rich- DUe 18 l.aoe.Q.o
relatives. Budgeted Surplus 71.1/u/ RoM Xeller: I S of Lots 1 a.. 2
had as; guests Sunday their
ftu from your local] hostess. Please give ard Keys. Charles Williamson
Mrs. M. D. Medelros and of BUr 11
ate children.. :Mr and Mrs. Marvin and Leaston Forsvth. Streets. Proponed levy-S mill. Wlr., HJclte' Lota 3.3000-
a. '.ot Elk
: daughters. Misses Janice and I hereby certify that this I I. a true and correct of theOeneral ..irw. Betty 0&18417 1,4090-
bteztIl ; her a call! She has maps and many Tucker of Jacksonville I Sidewalks aru'? Buildings F. P. copy Lots 5 En N 50 ftaS
Fund ..
I Larinda. spent the weekend Appropriation Budvrt adopted byt e Town so Ft"
o.f lot
free and wonderful gifts for Mike and Debbie Orlffls had I Lott. D. E. Hill and Leaston with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Me- Pouncll at It.* regular meetIng September U. INI,. held" at the 8 a W 13 tt 01
:: as their guests Sunday Forsyth. Sanitation. F. P. Community Center Brooker Florida. Lot I A tots T, 1a
delras and other relatives in .
atHe) = from local businesses. noon Billy McCullough after-I I Lott. Richard Keys and D E. Perry. Town IVA DOUOLAS Clerk :Me. Ena Plnlloletell" Lots. ot 10,Dlk-1,1. of lit BIll: 1.800 loa

Pierce. Mike and Dottie Hill. Electric Lights. Water- ATTEST: U
Rev. and Mrs. 1.4500
Norman Ash-
.. (!SEAl: ) 111 M. s-i. -
works and Fire Protection. Lot IS or Dlk' J5 .

... :::; _- -=- 'I Leaston Forvth Richard Keys worth and children: of Jacksonville Taxable :.34r. H. P. O.lner: iots 1 A: 10 of .0300
were guests of Rev. E1k II
r -01,251)
: I and! Charles Williamson. Aeee.4.elpv Earl 0. Cook Lot I of BIle J6
and Mrs. Dave -0- 20:;
Medelras and .
.. ..
The Council! set October 20 :II. .. DewHptloa '. Es.. "nin. Cecil Moors. 1\Irs. Lot 8 of But 18 I., 1,000

... JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYPET I at 5 p. m. for sale of tax deedson attended Mr. and church Mrs. Kenneth Sunday. Elix- W. C. StalnukeeM Com at SB Cor Earl Willis: Crawford T. PlnkstoD Lot Lots. 21 7. o.t 9 of Elk Blk 1&0 18 1.0"- 1.500.0.

E. delinquent taxes. These will son and son Kevin. and Mr. of Bile IT *. Run o. :e. Green Lot 12 of Elk 18 ...1100o-
be up for bids at City Hall on :X- 70 ft for a pt itt A. Colsen Fr.el BIle 17 ErB -
I. and Mrs. Lots Newmans were of Be. thence 40' or W 100'
above date. Council voted to Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. run W 60 ft N 30 In. W.r4 City..&.

: ANTIQUES FLOOR COVERING SHOP! i temporarily take charge! of Bobby Crosbv and Mrs. :Marie ft B 50 ft 3 30 Ex lot In NE cor
!t to POD $3.050 to St.ln..le. -0.
Cemetery until such time aspnlacpment 13.9"0
r -
O Harrvll H. O. Hes'reu-
in GaInesville. E 40 ft ot W 100
TilE Lot 1. 2, 12, 13
could be found for
ANTIQUES Looking for Mrs. Fred Broadwell and of BIle 13 15.000 S.200 ot Fuel Elk 11 .f- 100

better earpett( I Kongo Pet Shop John Parker. children were Sunday:! after- Guy Harrell ; Lot 3. 4 of Blk 18 5,000 100 H.rloD Hodg Lot.. II .. I 01 BlitII.
:Bought-Sold-Appraiead November was set as time to Lotn 5. 8, 7. 8, 9 Corllotta Unit 1 1.0t( 150
Poodle. Maltese Llano* i I noon guests of her parents. L. L. Parker Carl. H04I1" Lot. 1 8 ot Bile
FumltureChlnaGlusSllvel'BraBltOU olant trees ro replace live oaks .
visit p POODLE CROCKING Mr. and Mr. L. A. Crosby. A that port I Cortlol" Unit 1 ..0601
that hai' blown down been Howard R. Coil Lots
Paintings or
I Sweaters, Collars, Tag.. Mrs. O. Whltehead returnedto of land lying N of BIle I 10 o.t

: One Plec* or a Hooo Fan Pet Supplies I lemoved.CIU'RCIIThe NFWIiI her home Friday after an ink Lot 18 8.4.A betweenIota 9 of Unit 1 Corllotta 1.000 1.350
.24 HOGAN. oevnlav* "
Clay Elwtrio CGO.. About 3
BlrdePkhHa'mster.Dail.y extended visit; with her son- and Chor- a. daso

E loa Ward Antiques "& Sun. 10-8 P.M. I Christian Church has in-law and daughter Mr. and lotte Ave. 8,000 10,850 In Page Deed It bk n
Sunday School at 10 a. m. J. \rolt': Lot 11 of Bile 18 3000- and. deed
Closed Tuesday Mrs. Raulerson In Cinclnatl. ble 113 n
: 8572 at. Johns Ave. Nonnandl Church services at 11 a. m. Ohio. :M. R. Molt J:I Lot 10 of SIlk IS 2,3000- other ......ment.aDd .
8939 Herlong Rd.
K. A. Cousin Lot. 1, 2. 11, 12
: Jacksonville 387-137 For Best In Hearing S_ SectionW. and 7 p. m with Christian Mr. and Mri; Mills Kelly of )f BIle 191 -00,250 .r'lrbl.of..alf.other' proper- Jal'd 1

Call Collect Jacksonville 781-2800 Crusaders at B p. m Lake City spent the weekend ti... contained. In
: The Baptl' Church has N. Q. Haye Lot 1, 9, 10 of.Blk the
I SONOTONEOF with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 19 -03,95V: corporate
= Auto-Sth &. Service PIANOS-ORGANS Sundav School at 10 a. m. Williams and Mr: and Mrs.'C. R. A. ColaonQ. ..--. Lot 4, .. 6. 7. 8 'lk-Jlmlt.... or Brooker,
... Church servces) at 11 a. |, of BIle 19 -04.950 ; n.500
WESTSIDEVolkswagen JACKSONVILLE!: Mason A :Hamlin Piano I and 7:30: p. m with C. Crosby. Mr. and' Mrs Otis E. dreenR. .' 0 C Lot 1. 2, Ii. 12 of 8boer4 AJt'U_ 1t1' Eapen.nt rightofways and.-

Crawford of Palatka were Blta- 20 -021,060 .
Hammond. Organ Union at 6 ) ethel' pro.piJ..tllee
30 and
:- Inc. Th Strongest and Smallest i : m.I guests; of the Crosbys on Sun- A. Col eon r' Loll 5. I. 7, S Of contained. within
Hearing Aid In the World" Meeting on Wednesday Bile 20 -04.450 the

Oulf. Co. Hearing Aid Blade "You Get A Good Deal At- at 730.PERSON.ILS: day.Mr.. and Mrs. Evan Hodge Lot 3. 4. 9. 10 of limita 0'corporate Brooker -
AUTHORIZED DEALER I Johnny Anderson BIle 20 5.000 1,800 1"11." 11,011
22 West Monroe and daughter Joan. and T. B. Plnholater f Lot 1 of Bite 21 SOO0..

saIo" ICV'J. Parts Jacksonville 353-1463 F. O. MILLER reol Mr. and :Mrs Martin Mosh- Mr. and Mri Rufus Hunter Myrtle Stoke, Lot. n, 12 Blk 21 -01.750 A.. F. oDa.ftd SWI4 ot NWV -012.150
!! Church of ( hrl 1 Lot 2 of Blk 21 -0- -0- North Fla. Tel. Co.
Sen Ice 8Qd7 BU er Sr of Port Jervls. N. Y. arrived all rla'ht-
P .... "'.... of Jacksonville were visiting R. A. Col"non r Lot 3. 4. S. 6, 7. of-y. arid 0111.r -
8 aJ.n.-8. i'..'..of "... ._51"'. I.... Saturday to spend the Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman h. 9. 10 of Blk 21 ..01.850 Properties oon-
Open p.m. HOBBY SHOP I Ino winter In Florida with the last wee 5 p.m. Sat.-Closed Sunday JookllOnvllleI Milton Mosh family. 10 11, 12 of BIle. 22 5,000 1.760 i corporate lIrn.ite
1130:; LAXB AVE. SOUTH Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers Telltha Sowell tote 5, 9. 7. 8 OC of Broole.r Fl. .0- 10.150
Mr. and '
Phone Jacksonville 234-3441 FIELDSHOBBY I 1 SEWING :MACHINESSINOtK I Mrs Floyd Smith and daughters of Jacksonvillewere BIle 22 ..02.850 Southern 011 #' CI..lr&l NWI4 ot NW54
and family moved Saturday Company Ex 1 I A N o.t RF ..01,580
a- ot Bayless Highway;: West of I dinner !guests of her par- I.. L. Parker ... '. Com at 8W Cor" of Ruby Stokes Com .t IIW car
Parrish Motors SHOP, Inc.A ; ,\U'!'. ZIL.Z.AU Stark ents. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- SE'4 of SW% ft: of SWl,, of 8Et.

Like New in 4 Dr. Cabinet man Sunday.Mr. run N SO ft for a rUn E 101 2/3
Mr. and :Mrs T J Ellis ft N Ito W In
1-OB Cont N 199 It
Line of Sold New $300 I '
Complete over and:! Mrs C. L. Morris 2/3 ft 8 240.
S Ft
spent several! days last week Ft. E 810 ft. I Ito.
BU.ES Boat & Airplane Builders Supplies Bat. $72 or $5.00 Per Monti returned to Houston Texas. 240 Ft. W 480 ft. Pt 'ot Eeg Ex

SKRWCE1'AKTS -Specializing In Radio Ideal Sewing CenterALL with relative In St Cloud. Tuesday after six weeks visit N 50 ft. W lOG lot ID NW 'or
Mr and Mis Donald Fort with Mr. t6 POD to C. :Mel-! 110. E"W bF 100'NAa
Controlled Models and Mrs. W. C. Ward
MAKESNew left last Thursday to vln -0- 60J ._ '" 5.008 258
sPf'ndsf'vl'ral S.
arid Equipment and Mr. and Mrs. Pete BobbF So* \\A.: Com at 8W C.
Barton. Na
8'! 50 ft
C. C.o.r..lvln.: Jr. < On. lot
32 Tear Am A Dealer and Used Machine, days In Nashville. of SW'4 of BE-
Opea Evenings till 9 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman H by 100 ft E
Always Good Used Cars 848 Cassat. Ave. Tenn and while!! there thev attended W In S\V cor \\4 N 140. for 1'0B. -

Kil b Laura 8.Ja.ckaonvWe. 602 So. EdgewOOdJacit90nville Jackwn\1lle, 389-5071 the Grand Ole Opry on of Gnlnefvllle were guests of SEV" of SW40- 1100.. W. E ISO'ISO'II. N 100',
of Mr and Mrs. Bud Alvarez I iCecil 100' to
Phono SC6-5634! Saturday night C. C. :Melvin Com 8791 ft B of PO.

388-8662 TRACK !SERVICE' \Mr and Mrs. Frank Hardin Sunday afternoon.We *SW. run cor K of II 8WH ft N I. R. V. Jo... ........ ", .- Com SOT '/1 ft E 1.000 408

Automatic Transmission' I of Jacksonville were visitingthe wish v.elcome Mr. and S40 ft W 91 ft ft from SW "or of
RAY'S Mrs. Smith to our community. 140 ft to pt of BEO -0- ISOBer sw54 of SB\4\ .It .,
Automatic :MOTORCYCLESHONDA K. B. Wattersons on Sat- They have moved to the Harry C. :Melvin Jr. \ 5(0 R of SW run N 140 ft B'
TRACK SERVICEPortable urday. ('nr of SWW of It II 140
Lewis farm. W I" 1/3 ft to
3WV\ A run K 91
Transmissions & Track Press. Service The Christian! Church held Mr. and Mrs W. C. Ward ft N 240 ft W 91 Cone :. Pt. ot Beg. 6.000 650
Clyde '
Welding Baptism at Bedford Lake last Mrs. Freddie Watterson and 4 S40 ft tq; pt of t. i E J'J%495 of ft HE" "
ExchangeBIG o.f NW-
MOTORCYCLES Used Bulldozers & Crawlen"We'll Sunday afternoon and Donna baby and Mrs Tiny Lovell BEO SE -0SSO 74 .000 T,800
Com at cor OfGr
David W. Green ClyeSe Cone ; \\4
Faye Crawford a.w E%
WALT and Helen \
ALL MODELS Keep 'em Rolltn*" and son visited Mr. and Mrs. of 8W\% A run W Jo: 491 Ft of NW-a

Unmanufactured Transmissions Merchants 7387 W. Beaver Pearwl lI] were baptised Ward's grandson.; James La- JZV for POR. Cont % ofNE'4" 01
StampsOpen Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth and Rosch In %v SO. N 240' ESO' s.... 17-18-101D _
Motors 8 AM to 7 P.M. Jacksomllle! 388-4e.t1: a Brunswick Ga. 8 250' to POB0- 150 bout. 15 a
Robin spent :Monday in Jacksonville hospital acne 1.1'70Rub
By Quality Craftsman Monday-Friday on Sunday W. C. Stalnaker I.. E 210 Ft of N (27 ,. Etokes .. 4--i W 107 1ft: of
2097 W. Beaver St. TROPICAL FISH Mr. and Mrs. 8W of NW of
SAM. to 6 PM.: Richard Chas- Ft of K NE ( ..
Jacksonville, 3534771C.AMI'EIt The Intermediate O A.'shad taln of Middleburg vlsted Mr. SW \H SS.OOO S3.7SO E 125 1/3 fto ot
Saturday and Wednesday! All EM of SVi of&W NBL4 o.f. NW% :e.
E. >f. Lewi t *
MERMAIDAQUARIUMS a swimming party at Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
CLOSED SUNDAY Norman Friday !- ",4 N of Ryex NUl' 11,000,, 250RowafI
and Mrs. Home's place on Mrs Pearl Norman of, B 200 ft -04.4SO .
: It. 'CarS ;.' 4/ WIllI I" It of
MOTORS &: CYCLES Mid-Lake\ last Saturday They Waldo visited Mr. and Mrs.' NE54
returned to the Hill home for Norman H J. Black NH of SW'4 of lLowsi& ft."Cork 1'iJ- ,-: it. '1 NW54 ..."
Aquarium Supplleq
Cribbs Campers 4949 BlandingBlvd.. Complete on Sunday. SWW\ JCi :E: S A -e. S.WO thru It
Jacksonville 771-8244 Imported Fish All Specie ", their meeting and a chili Mr\ and Mrs. O E. Crosby :Mr. Lottie Edward K SOO Ft of that I.Elk I. t.LotsI.of Blk I 4- !

OR COMB BY lunch. Those attending were vJsitln rort. of BH of. and
Del-Rey Clapel'll CALL "I were their daughter Lota S tltna 11 but
Mon.-Sat 10 am. to 8 pm Jo Anne Sater.: Elaine Young-i in-law Mrs. O. s. Crosby. In SWH of RySW of 8WH N "UI0- 3. Lots 1 thru II .

Skamper Convertible MUSIC I I Sunday 2 to 6 pm. blood. Elaine Kennan. Phyllis I Alachua General Hospital last Southern Oil Chemical of *W\4 A: BIll 11 &4.14 Loh Elk t.5 10 aLot.

I We Order Any Fish Available Griffin. Su.ai Dyal Debbie I Wednesday evening. 3 A In SS Cor I thrll 11

Shasta Trailer 913 S. Edfrewood Are. and Wendy Hill. Mr. and Mrs. of SW of 8W14 Bile I I 101. 4. 7.
Trader-Bank Financing Paulus Music Co. Thurman Ex, R/W -047,100 R.&IOBlk-7
5408 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville 388-9404 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan Jones and ion of Lady Lake Clyde Con 4-EV4< of 8E 4 Ex a I..ot. I. I. II a
i 1 and Mr. am: Mrs. Bill Weisner were weekend guests of her Rd .03.150 II Elk S a Lots
Jacksonville 388-9343 Band & String Instruments WESTERN STORE C. 1., Atklneon Lots 1, t. 10 11 Ithro. 11 Elks
of Hastings were Sunday parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Gibson of Blk. 1 In Ward 10 Cornott& BID
CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg Guitars "& Amplifiers guests of Mr and Mrs. Jerry Norman. City -01.000 t'nitl&ESI. a..
School SuppUes-Instruction, LITTLE DUDE Wadsworth and family. Ruby M. Allen Lot 3. 4 of Blk 3 ot 4 a.. Es 9.
4 Roberts Recorders 1 In Ward City 2.8000.. 10, 11 .. II Blk' .0- 11.310
ChainSaw i :Music Library-Expert Western Store Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Smith IN I'M COITV Jl U<;K-S COURT O. T TettoneMr Lot S of Bile t InWard n K. 1Aw1. i; i Lots II 1"a.. 1$ of
and family of Live Oak were IMI FOIl I1R4DFORD City ISO Bile I Coriot-
"Where You'll Find Everything
SalesTIOMHLITE Repair Department} Mrs. Smith's COI %TV. FLOHlnt. *. L. A. Oreen Lot I of Blk 1 l aWard ta BID a.. lots P
Sunday guests '
I For the Horse In re Eatat of City JJO a 10 of Bus I tOld 100Jallle.
41 W. Monroe St. Enthusiast" parents Mr. and Mrs. O. D. ROM Halmill. d. cea.edOrifR Rufus Green Lot 7. 8 of Bile 1 Payne. LoU 1 a I of Elk
Money :Makln' Chain Saw Jacksonville 3SS-8447: Pierce. \ OK HKOBtTM In Ward City 1,104)1) I Corilotta tTiit I -01.110
BALES & SEJn"ICEParts Western ClothingLeather.! TO ALL. PERSONS:- INTERK8TKD !: bodaIl Quisa PriCe 'm, LotsI.. 10. 11 C
I 3310 Beach Blvd. goods. Saddles and Trailers Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Day of IX THK: .) TATE OK Ada. Robloson Lot 9 of BUt 1 U qf 171k I inCorUotta
and Repairs All Makes Jacksonville 398-3091 Charles Sc Sharon Petty Plant City are visiting Mr. SAID rECKDDNT: In Ward City 150 8 I D
I Toro & Yazoo Power Moweu i and Mrs O. P. Wadsworthand You arp hereby notified! thata Church of Ood Lot IS of DUe 1 unit I -tI.ooe
Rt. 21 Mlddlebur! 282- 050 902 So. Edgewood Ave. written lnntrumi>nt purporting In Ward City 1100- August C. 34srver. 't Lot. 1 A. I of ink
I' Jacksonville! 384-1210 Mr.\ and Mrs. M. M. Mat- to be the Ia.t will and testament Freddie L. CI..rll' Lot 1. S, S of 4 of Carllott. SID
MUSIC-InstrumentsMARVIN of BIle t In Ward "Bit 1 -.- 10Tosamy

ELECTRIC MOTORS WELL DRILLING City .7000- E. Cn ''I'" LOIS 1,Ilet, .1. c"'r CI
Ethel Rue Lot 4 of Bin 2 inWard of .
KAY'S City -,- 2501 lIoUa BID ..01.150
Peavy Brothers PARTRIDGE I DeWitt C. Jones I Mr* O. W. Sapp Lot 1. 2 of Bile Easel na.rr.u. .... Lots I, 1 A S o.t
Music CenterFender Funeral Home 3 In Ward City 500 EO I Elk ,1 CorilottaUnit

Electric Co. Well Drilling Co. I A. F. McDttVld Lot 7, 8, 9. 10 -t. 100
STAHKE PHONE of BIle S In Ward :Shirley L. T.tsto" "." Lots 11 a.. 11 0'
Gretaoh it: Vox Guitars ROCK a ARTESIAN WELLS I 964-2600 I City 1,0001 BIle I Corl1ott. UnIt -

ELECTRIC MOTORS! King. Hatten and Selmer Electric Water I Lola 3. 4 of BUtS 1 _.0100
Complete KEYSTONE W. M. lAwhoa
Bold-Serviced Bepa-e! Systems
I Lot t. 4 of Blk 'I Corllotta Unit I .000 .SOO
OeneratoraSt&rters.AIteratbons W. M. *: Ruth LawhooMr Bobbr .7_..,Jo... .
Lt4wtg, SUngerland, Rogers IRRIGATIONFHA :3 la WareS City .0. see : 0j Lots I .. 4 ot

Druma FINANCING Rental Services I EH, of Fracl Blk Bile T Cornott&

,, Armature Rewinding Rental &: Repair on ALL 686O Hyde Grove Ave. 8. V. ':MXt i.Ex W 144 ft. InWard Victor R. 3.... ." -. Lot.Volt 1 11 a.. 11 o.f -4500

., 4044 Lenox Ave. 400 MAIN ST. Jacksonville I HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS r 3 T Ease W 144 City Ft of EH. 101)I. Elk I Cor1iotUnit .

JacksonvlUa l 387-2524 Jacksonville 353-0930 CaB (Collect>> 389-1439 ofTr.clBiIeS&1.ota 1I00.r" .. 011", l"" Lots 1 I a.. 4 .f .t18.
j CRUTCHES 8. 9. 14. 14
l Elk I CorilottaUait
= -== __; ..1 17. 19. 10 of Bile 1 .4504
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at tne New Congregational Ing Service 8pm. Rv BET1IEI BAPTIST CHURCH -7:30: p. m"Worship. I L. Taggart, pastor Everyone cake decorated pink and blue : at, 2 p m Wednesday, : rn Jones'

Methodlat Church, May 1 Lacy Conway, pastor. with us In Air I Welcome was presented and served for John I. Warren I Memorial Chapel with Rev.
through May 8. Rev F. A. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Conditioned Comfort" :M. PERSONALS dessert. Lovely gifts were pre-
,1IIEWs Stephens of Savannah, Ga CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship, 11 a. m. L. Packham, Pastor. Mr and Mrs. W H Agner sented to the honoree. Service HeldWednesday Robert Haisten and Rev. :J. E.

will' bring thsmeas&ga each/ '4221 Ni; St.Clair: St., BUrke.: Evening Worship, T:30-: n, m. had as guest Monday Miss Mrs. George Roberta attend I Norman officiating. Interment

night at 7::30. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Prayer Meeting\ 7:30: p, mi FIRST METHODIST Iiissie Knabb of Macclenny. ed the funeral of her unejs, / will follow in Crosby Lake

IElL ItOSNPThIT Worship Services, 11 a. m. and Wednesday. ReV: W. L. CHURCH STARKE Miss Knabb had spent last C. L. Brooks, St. In Mt. Dora Cemetery under direction of
Newmans, pastor.NORTHSIDE John Ira. Warren, 49, died
7:30 YPE. Wednesday, weekend In Birmingham. Ala. Tuesday.
Sunday School 10 a, m. p. m. Sunday Church Schools DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
7 30 I of Mr.\ .and'Mrs. C. V. (:Mrs, Mae: Wtllav Mrat Nell) Monday. in a Starke hospital
II I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. : p. m. Prayer Meeting:, BAPTIST 9:43: ... m. Morning Worship} as guest ', Home,
BRIDGE BAPTIST Phillips) and Kenny were: in after a lingering Illness Born
LONG Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S.Williams 11 for 'Christmas and family and
Training Union, 6:30 m. a. m. Snack Supper
: Located on uayieoa highway 1 Mickey Agner She attendedthe Jacksonville recently to attend In Barwlclc, Oa, on March 23 I
Evening Service pastor. MYF, MYF" meetin@s.
7:30 Mid 6pm. !
CHURCH : I [SR 225Jat) Ratford Road between the funeral of Mr*. R. V. 1917, he was a retired painter
I. week 6:30.; Worship, 7:30. game Saturday
Prayer Service 7:30 : Evening :
: p.
Sunday School 10 a. m.; FIRST PRESBYTERIAN fSR 16)) Services: Sunday Samford and Gullford the Chatten ot Fort George a Baptist, and a veteran or
m. Monday Olrl Scouts ,
Wednesday.Tl'Oy Johnson
Morning Worship 11 a. m.: School) 10 a. m. Sunday of Island. Mrs. 'Chatten was a World War IT He had lived In
being 26 t 6 In'favot
score *
in Hall. -IS.
pastor. Sunday 9:43 meet Fellowship 3:
School m.
Evening Worship 8 p. m?: I a. Morning Worship '11 a. m : Samford. ,Mickey Agner Is on retired. post naoter.M Starke for 26 years. coming
Prayer Meeting: Wednesday SMYRNA( MISSIONARY Morning Worship, 11 a m. Training: Union, 6:30: p. m. Wesleyan Sub-Distilct MYF the Samford team. : m. Daisy Bock, Lynn, Mr* here from Valdosta Ga.
Youth 6 meets !in Branford 7:30.: I THEATREShowtime
; Sing each Friday p. m. Evening Servtee.7:30..MdWeek : \, H. W. Beanett and children
1 p. m. at BAPTIST CUURCn I Mr.< and Mrs. Ray Miller and I Surviving H his widow. Dorothy
Choir Practice Tuesday WSC3 Spirit
Thursday, 7:30: : -
Rev. Harvey Lana, Prayer service Wednt spent Saturday afternoon In Starke
8 p. m. : family were Sunday dinner O. Warren of :
m. ual Life study course, 9 m.
633 W. P a. Jacksonville.Mls .
Pratt St. Sunday day', 7:30: -Rev. Olenn Law- :
pastor. Wednesday Primary, guetrts of Mr. and Mrc. C. L. three daughters Mrs Hilda --Weekdays. 7
services: Sunday School 10 Elizabeth Terry was
a. hon.
pastor. .Hickey and son of Belmore.Mr Williams and Mrs Annie Stur-
KINGSLEY LAKE Junior, end Youth Choir C. E. StricklandIn Sunday 3:00, Saturday 1
m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Train- vlaltlng'$1oN.
!Kls. both of live Oak Mrs.
ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC : and Mrs. Thomas B.t.<
BAPTIST practice 3:15.: Prayer Meeting -
Ing Union, 8:13: m. Even.1naWorship CHURCH CALVARY BAPTIST CaliMwvlUa the latter part'
8TARKB p. 7:30.: [Buddy Smlt.1 and two 'children of the week.Mra.tltlte. Patsy Kirkland: Lawtev.: one THURS., FRI., SAT.
p. m. Everyone Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School IV+ ss a Thursday Chancel Choir of Apopka were Sunday son. John Warren Jr. of
Sunday -Novena Mass, 9:13: a. m.' welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Morning Worship 11 a. m. Morning Wore 1p,. Ik a, m< rehearsal1.t' 7:30.-: BPW meets ,guests; of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. ,] ; and{Miner daughter visited Mr hernlnfaw Storke.: two brothers. Dares t Oct. 13, II. 15
Tuesday-- and Benediction pastor.
Training Union, 6:30: ( p. m. Training Union. 9-aO: m. Smith.I and James Warren, both of
7 p. m. Inquiry- Class, IIr; In Fellowship Hall, 730.: and. Mrs. Frank Wells, in Double Feature Program
LAURA BAPTIST Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Evening Service ';;.30. Prayed: i would\ appreciate, it If Leesburg during the week Jacksonville four sisters Mrs. I
p.m. Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.: Meeting, Wedhenten 7Wp-: MADISON STREET everyone would call me with those attending Lois Crosbv Valdosta Ga.. ,I
Thursday and Sunday School, 9:4: :;:) m. Among
P'l'lday- a I Mrs. Kitty Stklns :Mrs Lizzie I Iraaaauwq8.1E
-Rev. Jim Hl don pastor. m. -Rev. R. IV...Butter; pavtor BAPTIST' CHURCH sour news. Thank you.LA'WTEY. homeeomln at Long Branch', II I
Mass 7:30: a. m. [9-30: a, m. Morning Worship 11 1\. m. Dover: and Mrs, Emmalee 07s61l.rMWsJa'aai$
for grade and high school Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST AIRPARK BAPTIST Sunday Sunday Schol.Sctfa ryy..9Y9Y 9YYY9YYYY Baptist Church Sunday were Rudd. all of Jacksonville: and
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Prayer Meeting Wednesday, a- m: Morning Worship ,Mr. and :Mrs. O. J. Anders,
dental J, 7.30:: p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee I Sunday School. 10 a. m. Sunday School. 945 a., m Utu m. i Training Union MM. Hester''. Hicks, TEL and four grandchildren
Saturday" & Mass. 9:30: a. m. pastor.BROOKER. Morning WorshIp 11 a. m. Morning .Worship, IT a. m Q:15.< p m. WMW: Prayer Clrfle \ :Mrs.: :J. I* Waters and family Funeral services were held ,
I Training Union, 7:00: p. m Evening Bervl...- 7:39"pi: 'm : 7:1S.: Evening Worship Mrs. Joyce' ., Futon, and Mrs"' I r eaeee

BAPTIST I Evening Worship, 8:00.: Prayer Prayer Meeting, WedneMduy 7:30. Bj EM. Blaaoba.4 S JiW'Eunice.

ASSEMBLY. OF GOD Sunday School 10 a. m. 1 Meeting Wednesday! 7:30: 7:30: 'p. m. Training Union, r Wednesday >Church Mrs Jason Hftllard' and 301DRIVEIN: :

HTWAY CHAPEL Morning Worship, 11 a. m. i p. m. -R, v. R.. E. Bergstrom. Friday, 7:30: p m. -n v. X-Iv: Choir practice, 7:30: p. m. &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAHomecoming children,:. ot Juckaonvtll. and Plu-J: -
Weldon St. and Ralford ( pastOR Griffis Prayer & Praise Service. wlll'b' 'obsorvej las Betty Gaskins of Jack:
Training Union 6:30 pastor. -
: p. m.
Road. Sunday School 10 a.m. 8:30. at Gr Alethodlat\ Church 'sonville. visited :Mr.! and Mrs.J. .
Evening Worship, 7:30. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
: Prayer -
Homing Worship, 11 a. m. HOPE BAPTIST CHUBCHlUobway Thursday:: Auxllarled on Sunday Oct. IS. Kvery one BJL GuJllns'and: Mr. and
Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. RA Meeting GA, and, Wednesday Sunbeams, 7:30.: Sunday School lo a. m [ 10'-Tberewal meet at the church 3s30 p. III cordially! invited. ][Mrs A..- W. Gaakins) over the I

Thursday Prayer Meeting:, 7:30: other Thursday afternoon.every Morning Worship, 11 a. in Sunday School 10. m. in- Rev. Felder L. 'Rowaii, The newlY organized Junior weekend OPEN 7:00:
pjn. Young: People's Melting Pre-Servlces [Booster Band Morning Worship 11 a pastor. Girl Scout Troop had Its first SHOW TIME: 7:15 I
Saturday, 7:30: p.m.Leroy Rev. James TeDU>le. pastor. Young People, and Pray m.Training meeting Tuesday afternoon.. Graham.' :.r.c"and and-' Mrs.Arthur.Phi],Melson Eunice of of I :

Ughtaey. pastor DEDAN BAPTIST; (JBrooker] Service: ], 6 p. m. Evening Union -6:30: p. ETCST. BAPTIST CHURCH :ilaatinwili:! b* aohi Tu*** \Y htarwn* visiting Mr. and! ADMISSIONAdults I

NEW CONGREGATIONAL Sunday s'cl'loo1II.' : : m. ,I Worship. 7' PL m.. M13wee: m. STARKE day right after school In the Mrs. :J. H. Eunice 8J1II: family T5c Students 60e
METHODIST REVIVAL Service Wednesday, 7:30: p Evening Worship 7:15: Schedule for the week: school auditorium. Others are Sunday. ; Children Under 12 Free
Morning Worship., 11 a, m. m.-Rev. D. L. Ramsey, pas m. Sunday Sunday School Invited to Join. SUN., ;MON., TUES.
Revival services will be ) who 1 III' attending
Training "Union: ,, 7 p.m. Bven- tor. Wednesday Night Prayer 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship CHURCH ACTIVITIES!) Florida John./Tya Southern College spent FRI., SAT., SUN.

I 11 a. m., "Haw Much Da You Grace Methodist: Sunday Oct. 16, 17, 18
the weekend with his parent,
..cars:' I Matt,, 12:121: Assoclatlonal School 0:45: : Worship-. 11 a.m. I Oct. II, 15. 16 /
Mr. and Mip. :J. C. Tye. ,
Hymn Sing Klnirsley.Lafca and 7:30: ( p.m., Prayer CircleMonday i HERE COMES
Mr. and )rra. Rift Crawford'and > Double Feature Program/
An investment in Your Future Baptist, Church: 1:45: p. / 9 a-m.? Junior MYFi 4 AGAINI
family of Lake City were
m. Training Union, 6:15.: 6:30: p.m., Choir practice 7:30: ,

Jl IF 1fE 1? ( C3 fit}: P PI @ift P?Hfi(\ ] ,Evening Can MondaY-Youth'We" Worship Have A, 7.30 Choir Great: "How rac-Revival nesday.and School First i Senior 10 a.m.Baptist MYF, Worship,.8: p.m.Sunday VVecU 11,&.|,"|'I es visiting twlJt-ttw. Mr BJ.% and CraW'fordL.his, Mr.Mrs.' brother and:Robert Saturday Mrs and' Rosier ala-I\ f M'JiI'

wrwp.rka.ri.trlrnlr .1.1ce. Bible Survey Class, YW A'a m, and Z:3O: p.m., Training :
Union 6:3O '' meet! at home of Mrs. Dot Fail : pja,
1 ing. 7pm. Lottie Moon Circle vices Wednesday 7:30: p.m. amp
""r.' and Mrs. Wllker-\ iI'
Harry t
., SununvtsUl
Rev Edward S. :
meets; at church 7:30: p. m. J
#I ,
accompanied by his sister -
Tuesday Junior Choir was guest speaker Sunday' \
IN NEED OF S' HELP .!Mrs. kula9tttfleld., at.
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practice Sunbeams 3:30: p. m. morning and evening. Ha,and 1 s .run.u.nw
GA meeting 4:30i : hia: family were guaats for tended' homecoming at Long t Tb r'ilE .a.nnre
Bible Survey the day of Rev. and Mrs. :J. E. Branch, Baptist]) Church Sun- r M1T.08i
"he ar'w aetine n9..soDetinws.bQ eaa fa spiritual] matters,htdfviduat worship lineceaaaiy Wednesday Norman.: da',. "
Class, 10 a. w. Training Union i :
Repair' .minor problems hhnself.bat this and vftal"to _'. ECe, bat OadVta cabinet meet'ng.'! RA meeting 'BIim U\Y PUtTY Don.. Let who has been'spending AABANOUNT PiCTuRE MGR11SCOPE' WED. THRU SAT.

tim it loekx Bk"lt the work Meeting, 7.; Gwen and) Jorln Zack aged \ rrne of his: leave
may Mqnir 8 p. m. Pra:'er I Oct. 19 20 21 22
.. Ia' wisdom-bMUid thin 1M and tilt Choir practice, 8. 7 and 6 respectively, celebrated with, his br the *law and slater. Plus ,
oI i jpeeiafiaC. To correct Od { Church
: problem e
their birtnday anniversary Mr. and Tom Tatum.
\ ,, Mrs.
wovBhip with otben fcxx At efaordi w.esanxm Thursday Visitation, 10
.IM naada a meehanie, spmeooe who .a with a party given by their Jr.; and children hiw'gone' to

knowledge and qBipment Jof.'UuparCknlar *.belp fray tboe.who KM dedicated> a., m. and:7pm.Primary Choir grandmother, (Mrs. L. 8 Tftfb-.r Montgomery\' : Ala.i where he \ 1d00tt4ip ItllRElT a nuil"'mu' 1DORiS WALT DISNEY p.EsZNl
Friday ''" I
ner, and their aunt, Airs. Bill it! visiting > hU uncle Marvin
W4I-k. their ]lives to Bpedal'servw fcr God. practice!. 3.30: p.m. And an* at the"'homer t>& tins Los,, and 1 faiiilly.r DAY,

'v...................1 latter. The rulreuhment table MMMB. I* Wilkhon has! "re- ROD1AYIORARTHUR
I. was covered with a blue and difronl\ a visit with her \

G rj t white linen cloth and decorated lIOn, iFted! Wtlkiso$ la Bayetuia "I'' GODFREYPAN P cE

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Mr. K.: M. Norto The children enjoyed playingIn ( and flVIrs Maine. Grlffls bN
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"' Cnurch.' Sunday School, 9:43 to think it might 'be Christina ,

a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. in October t>y the nice.
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-1 KEYSTONEJ Everybody In The Act As Indians I Ordinance Passed V

J HIGHLIGHTS I Romp 31-2 Over Luckless TrentonCoach Council Spells Out Terms

By Mary Schaeffer

A Phone 473-4127 Lea Rhoden played recovered a fumble. Brokas

everyone except hi* nonexistent made 134 yards in. 23 carries

assistant! aa the Indiana and made /five tackles. iOf Garbage Collection Fee

VOLUNTEER FIREMEN Kill, and'' Nicky Crowder-all coasted to an easy 32.2 win Monneyhom and :McCrath

RETORT GOOD RESULTS members ef a local Bowling\ over the Tigers at Trenton a bio looked good on defense

WITH FUND DRIVE Team took part in a tournament last Friday night. with five and seven tackles. respectively. !

)pTAt the regular meeting of last weekend at the The outcome. was never In By George Patten dences. the audience about the city'

tto *Keystone Heights Volun- Halifax Lanes in Daytona doubt aa the Indiana kicked Coach: Rhoden praised the Citing the need for better $4.00 per month for any policy of picking up trash, in

t iFire Department on Oc- bowling against a Daytona off. then backed the Tigers team effort and spirit. "Our public health the Keystone commercial business and S3 gallon' drums. Councilman

J tober 4. Dick Sunderland reported teiun. They are sponsored by from the 17 to the 15 yard boys are coming along real Heights City Council Tuesday public bulldln George LaRue said the city

that total, donations DeWitt C. Jones. and belongto .: line forcing: a fourth down good" he said "but since we night ordinance The rates are payable six will not do this anymore because -
passed an
tO) E date on the annual fund the Northeast Florida kick. The Indians received the have a relatively young and giving the <'lty authority togo months In advance. Ten days of the possible injury-

drive amounted to 4926.50, Travel League. In Daytona. punt on the 5O and lost pos- Inexperienced team, they are Col. Ilutchinson into the garbage collection are allowed for payment. hazard to city employees. He

the most In the history of the they took 4 points In the session by a fumble on the prone to make mistaka. We business. Garbage containers must added. that if a person would

department. tournament. Trenton 11.Trenton are making too many mistakes -'Legion Post be! of the 30 gallon type havea dig: a pit. the city would

4 Chief Tyre reported a TEEING OFF I was again forced to to play consistently win- The anticipated 8.000 rev- secure lid. and be access move the trash, with its.

brush fire on Sept. 13 on SR A Choose-Your.Part"el kick from their own 19. Key. ning
100. with no damage; considerable : Tournament was held Thurs, stone took over on their own times and our passing game tions will in effect lower the Walt ThonfAiadded
47 and the first, Johnnie ad valorem property/ tax rate No one except the city will
on play still isn't
damage was done by .. [Moon S3 Of Nominees from 12 to b mills. It was be allowed to transport garb-
lire in the garage apartment Heights Country "' with scampered yards This Friday night the Indians ices given by the city prevIously
.for the first touchdown. Mickey face unbeaten Callahan said. age within the city. "
of R. Allen on the southslde Voncile Ketch, as first low will temain.
ofLake Geneva; and on September net winner May Hendersonand Brokaa kicked the extra' Stefan Brokas! In the annual Keystone Home Col. Graham F. Hutchinson Collection rates. which go No refunds will be allowed Failure to comply: with the

29. two pieces of I Freda Wyman tied for point.A coming game. of Lake Geneva was nominated Into effect November 1 are: for a charge already made. new ordinance could lead to

equipment were taken to a second low .net. good runback. coupled / StatlstUut without opposition I Fifty cents per month for The city can however makean a fine not to exceed $25 or
Tire .at tavern I with a 27 yard pass in the I KItS TINS churches and exception if an occupant not 30
a on SR 100 Following the play. a covered HomecomingEvents as Post Commander of the I professional of- over days in jail.
South of Starke. Keystone dish luncheon and busl second quaater allowed First downs 15 2 new Keystone-Heights flce s.I Is absent for over 30 days.A In other business the

Department was called when ness meting was held at the 'Trenton to violate Indian territory Yards rualling 31940 rose American Legion Post, at $1.25 per month for resl- question was asked from council: V
the Starke Fire home for the first of four Yards passing 41) 60 I Decided'' to
Department of Janice Batts. Everyone the regular monthly meeting purchase $7,-
refused service without penetratiON The only serious Passes 2-6 3-8 500 worth of U. S.
being! enjoyed'' the day. Including last Thursday night. TreasuryBills
'CUaranted a payment of $50. one guest Betty Zowar- threat was in the third stanza Homecoming act Hit leg tori Intercepted by 1 I 0 Others nominated on the from an $8.000 surplus

Eugene Matthews of the ka, from Norfolk. Va. She when Trenton. received the KHHS got under way at 2 Punta ti.vg. 0035 slate of officers were: Clay Demos WIIKKK: TO BUY In the airport fund. The remaining -

,,Telegraph commended th! and husband Jim-''a retiredLt. ball on the SO by recoveringa m. Thursday with a coiortul Fumbles lost 4 0 1st Vice Commander-Billy THE TELEGRAPH $500 will be placedin
Keystone fUmble. then penetrated to parade through the downtown Yards penalized 25 7 Plan Fund the
Dept. for their. Cmdr., of the U. S. Navy. Rose. operating fund.
action. [See editorial in this and their tour children moved the 23 by the aerial route. section. Trenton 0 0 2 0 2 2nd Vice Commander [tone The Bradford( County Telegraph -Called for a city electionon

Issue.] to Keystone Heights last This threat was broken up The traditional snake KeystOl\e 7 12 0 12 31 to be elected]-L.. D. Jame.*. Raising EventThe In on Hale at the the first Tuesday in Dec-

'- First Aid Officer Charlie May. It is hoped they will by Mickey Brokas' pas inter dance will start at 7 p. m., Keystone: Moon 53 yd run. A. H. Lagasse. following. plucen! In the ember to fill the two seatj

McOlave reported a total of join the golfing circle In the ception on the Indians one through the park. terminating (Mickey Brokas kicked); Mickey Sergeant-at-Arms T. B Keyntone-Melro* areutCunnlngtiiinii's l now held by Councilmen La-
Clay Democratic
ambulance: calls. transportIng near future. yard line. An attempted punt at the athletic field Brokaa 1 yd. run. (kick Bryant. County ServiceStation. Rue and Donohoe.'
rom. the 10 waa blocked by where huge bon fire will Stefan. Brokaa 1 yd. run (kick Executive Committeewill
a .
13 passengers to the !several HIGH SCHOOL Finance Officer r Tone to be hold I IIIentIersoa' -Set next Tuesday at 7:30p. :
hospitals In the area. lie GARDEN CLUB NOTES center John Vickers for a be lighted. and skits will be failed.); Wayne Homer 3 yd. Llect.edl-W. S. Terry. L. D. a fund-raising H)e r V Ice m. as the time for a special -
safety, and the Tigers' only run (kick failed) ; Danny Campaign Dinner Saturday
later in the
also reported that the First This item is a little late presented even- James. Richard L. Murrheo night Oct. 22. in the Green Center. meeting: to consider the
1 kick failed)I.
Black yd. run (
Aid Class has held three sessions having got lost In the shu/fle. Ing. Historian -Lt. Col. D. A. Cove Springs Beloto'" Drug "Store.' recommendations of the city
offensive line and Trenton: John Vickers, Elementary
with an attendance! of We hope the publicity chairman Homecoming Queen will be Nel.on. School auditorium. I Oumly'n Gulf Service planning board.

25. ',Including five members of will forgive us. unbelltld are stilt the Indiana'major crowned during halftime blocked punt for aafety. Chaplain r tone to be elsot- John Wilkinson county' Kijyntone Jiffy Store. -Directed the clerk to pay

th. Fire Dept. He said that The Keystone High [school! weakness. The defense ceremonies at I the Friday enl: -W. E. Terry. J. H. Mr- committee chairman said .Ib-lillnr'n.. Restaurant ., $500 In November to the
held the Tigers to minus 40
while members are following: Garden Club met Sept. 8 In night game. Competing for Eachern. the dinner will be the official Itutledgo' (Lake Geneva Jacksonville firm of Reynolds -
on the ground and I
the ambulance or fire trucks the Home EC Room and elected gave this honor are Pam Knight NEWS NOTESBy Executive Committee [four kick-off for the. Demo ) Smith and Hill as the
only two first downs both
In private they should. the following officers up and Nancy Kingsbury. The to Mel- amount authorized for a -
cars : : be elected 1 Billy Rose cratic campaign In Clay -Ford's Grocery ( preliminary
turn on their headlights asa President. Mike Hesketl. by passea.The offense the ball Queen will re attended by Helen Egan Arthur Wheeler. J. C. Wil- County and funds will be! rose). water survey.

V warning to other vehicle! Vice PresIdent. Gerald gave her court: Diane Davis 9th lace. J. H. McEachern Maj. used to defray expenses Incurred -Agreed to contact the
times fumbles
away grade: Mimi Float. 10th
A motion was made sec Sheets: Secretary -Treasurer Oen. R. P. Hollls. Brig. Gen.P. in the next few weeks State Road Department abouta
and allowed kick to be
onded. and passed to include Debbie Knight; and Publicity blocked for an "easy" two grade; and Leslie Beam. Hth COMMUNITY; CHURCH F. Kromer Ned Singletary, before the General Electionon will Join In the fundraising water drainage problem on

the ladles at the party on Chairman, Ann Trlest. points. On the plus aide. the grade. An original playlet on the Rev. W. A. Poppell.Col. Nov. 8.Tickets dinner on October State Road 21 near the
October 8JPresident This unit Is sponsored by The Homecoming: events life story of Paul was pre- natlvi school grounds.
Hutchinson. a .
are at S3
offense sliced through the. Tiger will be 22: and assist the Clay County
topped off with
Wlldt thanked the Senior Oaiden'Club. a sented by Mrs. Barry Wymanat -Postponed until the
Keystone defense for 319 rushing (Jt Indiana has had a distinguished per plate and may be obtain. Committee In Its efforts to).
members Andrews and1 Bennett and will consist of: dance in the gym after the the October 3 meeting of career in law and! ed from any member of the make special meeting next Tuesday
yards and) 40 passing yards In It a. big succeis
for their efforts in 9 curlng -I class members of Homemak- two of five attempts. game. the Church Women. It was in the military before his retirement county committee. The public Chairman Wilkinson said. a request ty Police Chief

furniture for the recreation -. 1ns II and III Classes. based on the training course. !six years ago. He is urged to attend. and all Walter Muhlhofer for the
room. I Meetings are on the second This week's Awardsgo uts in both defensive. and offensive "The Early Church" which (received his bachelor's and local and some state Demo city to buy a police radio

Fox reported, new kitchen : Thursday of every month. As to Stefan Brokaa Savage and John- action. Moon accounted was held last August. The cast master's degrees In law fiom cratic candidates are expected Keystone OES for his personal c*, .

equipment had been installed one bill project they are nie Moon. Both were atand- for 117 yards in ten carries Included James McEachern as George Washington University to participate. Wilkinsonsaid. Plans Two -Urged citizens to follow

Mid was ready for service. planning to landscape' tne made eight tackles and Dr. Luke Mrs Frank Ilgen as and was associated with! Prominent speakers wl' the city's* example In displaying -

/iThe membership voted to : Home EC building. Paul's sister Rozanne Ketch the State Attorney's office II' be heard on the program. Coming: Events the IT. S. flag on Veter-

elect Allen Miller and GeorgeMassa I Mrs. Lena, Clemens of the as Eunice Mrs. Arthur Ketchas Chicago. He was also an en- The chairman has announced an's Day. November 11.

to membership. thereby <<: Garden Club of the Lakes i I" lety have received greetings I' VVVVVYVVYVVVyyyyyV5MELROSE Lydia. Susan Bird as Prlscllla foroement agent with the U. the appointment of the r At the regular' meeting of -Accepted a check from

completing the roster. the High Club sponsor. from Ireland where their I Elaln Lovorn as the ;S. Treasury Department. and following dinner committee: Keystone Chapter 279. Worthy the Keystone Sportsmen'sClub

-It was deeMed to I I1.>t 101 I 1 BAKE SALE dstor. Father Edward KIrby. woman of Sphesus Diane II- dtre<'tor- instructor in criminal Lawrence Murray Orange Matron Dorothy Koons an- for one dollar in pay-
19 visiting his family. Hr the dates for two
equipment to get Channel 17 i Cub Scout Pack 305 will gen as the woman of Corinth. law ttnj:!' police procedureIn Park chairman; J. C. Sapp nounced' ment for hunting rights on

on the TV. A committee was] hold a Bake Sale Saturday should be back in his pulpit n, Sally Rolhhammer( i j!Mrs. John 81..d I as wife of the the Washington. D. C. Pollcf Margie Bnuirer. Frankie coming events. the airport land.

appointed to have the jol\>I morning, starting at 8:30: a. In a week jr so. Roman guard and Mrs. Ray Academy Brookcr Green Cove/ On October 22 the Chapterwill -Thanked Mike Adams. a
done for a maximum: of m. :in three locations on Lawrence AAAAAAAAAJLAJutAAAAAAAJDuplicate Starnes as Lois.! Listed In Who's Who since Springs: and Beatrice M sponsor "Taste Supper"In Gainesville architect. for his

Adjournment came at S50'1: Blvd. One will be at EXPLAINED During the business mooting 1959 Col. Hutohlnson has Cooper Keystone Helxhts. the Masonic building. Serv- sketches of the proposed SenIor -

p. m.I.OCAL. I the post office one at Be- At the next PTA Meeting winners last the resignation of Mrs. Bernard 'prved as president of the! The committee Is also trig will start 'at 5:30: ( p. m. and Citizens Recreation Cen-

TEAM BOWLS lote's and one in front of Oct. 20 the program will week were: 1st placeMrs.. Slocomb all treasurer was North Miami Beach Cha-nbcr planning a Democratic rilly will be cafeteria style. ter.

IN DAYTONA TOURNEY | Scales Super Mkt. They! wlU: feature a film and a discussion Roland. Bryan and Mrs. J. P. accepted with egret, and Mrs. of Commerce president of for November 5, tentatively On November 12 the Chapter -

Gladys Tillis. Aim: Thles.'!; sell until their stock run out. on the North Florida Vose. 2nd place: Mrs. Oay Henry Mlckle was appointedby the Florida Military Counter- !set for Mlddlebtirg. A free will present a Style Showat -Decided to ask Nell
I Bank which is located at and Mrs. Hay Tucker of Sttrke for esti-
Neoma Nelson, Joyce MesslnKEYSTONE We advise you to get there Eye Livingston President Orollck to fill intelligence Association fish fry will be held In con 8 p. m. with door prizes an
the University, Medical Center "tames. Tied for 3rd place- mate on auditing the city'sbooks.
Mrs. Albert La- chairman of the Intelligence entertaln-
;; early for the choice items. the vacancy. nf'ctlonIth this event. and a prognm of
I ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS In Gainesville. Questionson Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. gas.se was apcolnted Circle 2 Division. Florida Civil Defense "We hope that everyone ment. Donat'on' $1 .
the subject of Eye-Wills John Strawn: Mrs. Mr
Catechism classes chairman: to fill Mrs. Mlckle's Council; chairman of
Weekly will be! answered. Cook and Miss Iva Hlllyer- place. the Membership Committe'
Drive-in TheatreFri. will start this Sunday "after CARNIVAL TIME SOON Mrs. R. P. Goodloe and Mrs. .
all school Circle meetings for October: Ci'lme Commission of Greater
V. Mass. for The annual PTA Carnival E.: B. Goss. Mrs. John Clrd's Circle Oct. Miami and was a member
., Sat.-Oct. 14 j, 15 chiMren:! as well High as Jr.Schoolboys will\ be held Saturday evening Last Friday night was a 31, at 1:30: at the home of of the Florida. Port Security KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS
School Sr. of Oct. 29. at City Park. thrilling night for MelroseOn Mrs. Axel Malmgren with Mrs. Council.
CJ.OSED SUNDAY and girls. First starting at 5 p. m. As usual home-ground the Mus-
Julius Hanson as co-hostess During his military career
the organization -
V, business will be! levels. the parade of ghost and tpnus tangled with Bell and Oct 31 at 1 ::30. Mrs. Al LaKas.se' Col. Hutchinson served as a DIRECTORY
...,.. of the various age goblins will\ be the first attraction won with a score of 49-13 ElII'o'Pf"Rn
the best Circle will meet at the combat officer In the
;, rAjlWllU and the decision on Some! and will start at the Scoring; for Melrose was Paul home of Mr a. Thomas Nor Theatre in World War

C. day to hold classes.prefer classes Fire House. All sorts of good Pendleton Eddie Rothharn wood with Mis. J. A. Williams IT. He directed 1 Counter-Iu- \P1'I lANCES BEAUTY SHOP PACKAGE STORE
parents may Next
: available for Bill Harris.
food will be and
week. mer as co-hostess. Oct. 17 at 1:30: tollUence operations, and
school one day a ,
BALLOU after supper, and Mrs. Mary Nelson Friday night the Mustang* William lumped with on
it Is hoped that Mrs. Beam. Sr. Circle Paratroops KEYSTONEBEAUTY THE BLUE PINES
In any local case.children can attend Is In charge of that de 'will play Jacksonville Christ'' will meet with Mrs. S. E. Ken. D-Day in France. His deoorntlons T V Service CenterJ.

lit CXUJto) A QL81_ the Instructions at their partment.For : tans here In Melrose. Como nedy. Oct 17 at 9:30: a. m. Mrs Include the European- SHOP Package Store &

... .. .... religious church. rather than: the benefit of all newcomers on out and support these Elmer Howe's Circle will meet African-Middle\ Eastern Thoutre B. THIES. Proprietor Edith: ,Johnson Owner COCKTAIL LOUNGE

1''H C) own to Starke every to Keystone Heights. boys and watch an excltlr.3same. :J with Mrs. Marshall Gallop Ribbon with two Battle! PersonalA Open A.M.-12 P. M. Except
,: making a trip Motorola Phllco
ulrefreshments Authorized
I .. ..'..7A.- morning. Any lady whether or not you have : There will be plenty Oct 17. both evening circles Participation Stars: Bronze Creative Sunday
\ .1 Gi Saturday chIldrenthere is something at the concession Sales and Service
...) ".-' Interested In teaching a class The NUhteniales at 7:45: with Arrowhead Purple Heart Hair Styling Dance Every Saturday Night
Is urgel to get In touch, with at the Carnival for you. It stand. Mrs. Hazel fl:dgers and The American Theatre Ribbons. Service, On AU Make Individual Beauty Car 4 MILES EAST OF

funny Mrs. Ann Naples. 473-3185 has loner been a tradition in Mrs. Maude Comer Meh'o&I'Hlllh lunchroom Rebecca! at 8 p. m. with the end Two OS' Bar. TV RADIO STEREO Every Form of Scanty Culture KEYSTONE IlEIOIJT
town that
movie or with your correspondent.. our everyone. manager chairman, Mrs William War Col. Hutchinson! has resided COLOR TV Open Tves.-Sat. 8-5; -I
the ,
or not-so-young entered
at take: Geneva since 1960 Closed Monday
bt It Is! 473-4127. comes to the carnival.In in Gainesville lastSunday. ren.The
you Members of the Altar Soc- Board of Trustees will with his wife Ingeborg.! and Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Kevutons heights 4 7 3-4 Baa
all the of booths is be an operation LAKE LOTS
variety There to meet Friday Oct. 14. I ons. Mark and Roderick.' Key it.me IlelfhU, 473-4051
there is bound: to be a boothto this week which we Lake Geneva $35OO (Term)
It was voted by the Church 7th and 10th graders at Key
suit everyone's fancy. SO. hope and pray she will have DRAfJ: LINE WORK Lake Brooklyn I MOO (Terms
Women to change the date of stone Heights School.
We Don'tGive come to the Carnival. and safe and speedy recovery. Auto Sales & Service I Trailer Lot $500: up (TlrmaJ
I the :Mens Club
I vet In on the action. Happy Birthday to Mrs family dinnersto The slate of nominees will I I UNDERWATER MORTGAGE BROKER
the fourth Wednesday of be voted on at the regular! APPRAISAL
I POSTER CONTEST Ada Roberson. Oct. 9 on her I WEED CUTTINGALL SJ.SVIcmA.teel
each month. If approved by :, meeting of the new Legion I :
School TYPES
Keystone High 82 birthday.
the club. The next meeting Post on November 3. SPRING MOTORS Mr. M. Ilgen. 4T3-481A
Line Work
Juniors and Seniors are Invited Melrose Methodist I,1 Drug
The would be Oct. 26 covered
a Capt. R. Lovora, 473-4153
i. C. GARUNKRPhona :
to take part In the Hal Fellowship!
had a
dish supper with Mrs. John Complete Service tc Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN" 964-0074
loween I S.E.McKay Realtor
Poster Contest. You with
'I Supper' Sunday night Birds circle in charge.IIOMEMAKERS ,
a don't have to be a great In has just been returned to the '
Mrs. Huel Holloway CLUB I KEYSTONE]l: HEIGHTSTheii
artist to make a poster. A charge. Assisting were Mr Eight members of the Key- I U. S. after one year in the : Electrical Sates & Service 473-4810

Stamps rood Idea is what counts and Mrs. J. W. Sapp. Rev. All stone Homemakers Club en- Air Force as commander of the "If Iii For A Volkswagen

Then. make it loud and Steaurt. Peggy and Teens Viet Nam pilots. He was We Have It." Yeoman' Electrical RESTAURANTSBeidler's
an all-day tour of the :
splashy to attract attention Rothhammer. During the fel I Deaf & Blind School and I wounded in the hotel bombingIn Used Sales & Service
I Perhaps one particular asoect lowship. everyone sang the Saigon and received the Always Plenty of Good Holiday
points of Interest In St.
of the Carnival can be birthday song to Mrs. Rober- Augustine Purple Heart He was presented Volkswagens In Stock Frltfdalre Appliance Restaurant
on 5. Those
BUT featured on poster. Be the I with two bronze medals for I Maytag Waahere,
your son sure to get all pertinent Information candles on the cake. A good: were valor by General Schlnz, and Zenith and Motorola, TVSleffUr Coder. Tw OwnershipGIL !
included! cor- all. i Sophie Rather. Mildred Pay- nine silver wtars. He now has I Heater PAREDES
time was enjoyed by ton. Dertha
". .1 I rectly. What. When. Where The Woman's Club of Mel- '1, Hubbard. Geneva Hlckey.Chab. Nettle Grace established a home with his AUTO SEUVIPE P. O. Box 154Flies HalroM I rtnt Food Moderately PricedOPIMT
of I wife and daughter at EnglandAir 475-2171 7 DAYS vVKEKLT:
I etc. Incidentally. a prize : I *
Instead of Stamps we give money 110 will be awarded the maker rose met Wednesday at 12 0'- VanBuskirk. Mrs. C. E. Barnes Force Base In Alexandria.La. FaD DlKMr. LoneftesAla _
clock. Miss McCracken. ant Ruby I Crt Italian
: Kopplck. *- Food
In liberal interest paid on savings of the best poster. Namesof teacher at P. K. Young nave,I At the October meeting at I KING'S NURSERY PIZZA PIES
the will be PERSONALS:I
judges announced
here. More rewarding than a talk on College Demonstra I 10 a. m. at Clay Electric hall.i BEER:
book is watching the in the next issue. tion. Hostesses! were Mrs i the representative leaders.''I\ Everyone is happy to wel- Service Station O.C.Carries Nursery', 1 Block North of Red Light

V filling a stamp LIONS HONOR John Strawn. Miss Iva Hlll i Mrs. Hickey and Mrs. Deegan I come back Ken and Mae Reed \ Hlway 190. Florahome: KP'TRTONT12 p.fsTnwrS,
totals in Bank Book mount. CHARTER MEMERSAt of the Susan Restaurant
\ Lazy
,. your yer and others assisting.The : rill report on the Oct. 3 leadership Miles 8E of Starke
their monthly dlnnemeeting :Mable Pearsall Circle I meeting in orem Cove. i i after their cummer at Camp- USED CARS AT I! USED CARS

Monday evening the met at the home of Mrs.1- There is O-The-Woods in the Adirondack PRICES I' Nursery Stock -Thousand -
one very happy BARGAIN WE HAVE: GOOD
i of Plants & Fruit
i Keystone Heights Lions Club Mountains.! *
KEYSTONE STATE BANK I bert Schoeneman. Mrs. Alma mother of a Viet Nam soldier. I Used Cars and Track
. Trees to choose from. Nice
. I paid homage to two charter Price had the program. Th I Mrs. Marie Chapman of Twin Mr .and Mrs. Albert Bach- At SavinPrice

Member F.D.I.C. keystone Height Fla.I members. Eddie Bleha. who WSCS will meet Wednesdaywith Lake. Mrs. Chapman was widowed mann have returned from an ELECTRIC Shade Trees. Evergreens *
Well Get
I It For Yea
Club 15 & Landscape Plant AU
I !lolnei: the Keystone Mrs. Ernest Crawford In two years ago and for extended trip. visiting such AND ACETYLENE
U W. Dent HAT
I .YC'W' Friendly Bank In Year FrieadlyCommunity. years ago when it was start charge of the program. the pest year has had her places as Wlllamsburg.! Va.. WELDING In containers-plant any- It
I ed. and Julius Hansen who time. Camellia tc aile.... Vernon Buff
." 'I The Melrose Cemetery AJ-\ heart disturbed as her young. and friends In several, New 1IJL&Os&: 4T9-1U1 Garage
I joined the Plymouth. Iowa. (Continued on next page) est son C81>t. Larry A. Clody, (Continued On Next PaatJ l Lei as .. year IaAdMapla:. us,. I" Kepto ligis.
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, home In Palm Beach. walk upon a rattler crossing Eligible Veterans and Servicemen I r I 1

. Everybody Out KEYSTONE David Schaeffer son of Mr. the road In front of him and

and Mrs. George Schaeffer upon examining it [after It May Obtain Gl Loans For Homes .1 i
HILITES has completed basic trainingat was shot!] It measured five

the Naval Air Reserve Station feet long and had eleven rat-

M in Memphis Tenn. Graduation tlers and a button. Jimmywas M. T. Dixon of the Fla. tions other than dlshoior
0 E COM m N G
--iii r'll'rom Preceding; Fage] exercises! were held last down from Jacksonville Dept. of Veterans Affairs.announces I able, are elelglble. Person,
under the: whose military service
Friday. He will now be assigned along with his )parents, his that sift,

Club when it was founded 10 to a school there. "fishln" Granny and younger new law eligible veterans I January 31, 1955 consisted oi'

: years ago. Two who have Mr. and Mrs. George Schaefffer. brother Larry. and servicemen may obtain active duty for training how.

1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS VS CALLAHANFRIDAY I been members far 10 contin- daughter Martha and The fish teem to be quite GI loans made by private ever are not eligible.]

uous years. Tommy Mllllcar Miss Anna McCullough were eager out here right now. lenders for homes and farms Members of the V. S Armed -

and Gene Williams was also dinner guests of Mr. and Mrt "Lucky" Lutgens had a fairly nnd In certain designatedAreas Forces who have served u

: OCT. 14 8:00 P.M. I recognized.CUB Henry E. Magann Jr. in Jacksonville nice sized bass that took direct loans may be least two years In active dut[; '

SCOUT NEWS on Sunday, Oct. 9. 1 in two worms and broke both made by the VA for homed ate tus, even though not not

I The Cub Scouts: of Den 2. observance of Mr. Schaeffer' lines before gobblelng a third And farm houses. discharged, are eligible ".hl.:.

Pack 30S. met on Thursday birthday. Mrs. Magann 1s the worm which had line strong Veterans who served on ac- their service continues niujout .

I afternoon October 6. at the former Mary Ann Schaeffer. enough/ to haul him In. The tive duty for 181 days or breaks.

I home of Den Mother, Mrs.' their daughter Lutgen's: oldest son Doug more or were discharged: for Dixon stated that applies I

I Jean Methvln. wife Sandra. Scottie and disability any part of which tins for these loan guaranty

rF r M +prrr++r t wr. This month's theme Is "Ferdle" brought Mlechel. occurred after January 31. benefits are available at any\)' ,
'Vaudeville.." and the boys MelroseFrom Gary and Johnny McClarln 10S3 and who were discharged Veteran County Service Of. t

made plans for a skit to be I down from Jacksonville to or released under condl- flee 1

presented at the October' [ Preceding: Page] visit this weekend The Lut- -

pack meeting. soctatlon. held Its Annual gen's son. Bill has written

Three boys,, Joey Ricks meeting Oct. 8 in front of that he has made third classIn -

Darrell" White 'and Danny the cemetery. About 40 members his tour with the Air UP AND DOW
Raulerson received Bobcat Force. He has also earneedan
were present and: enjoyed SERVICE MEN Sap as well as at-
pins "Honor Cord" and Is now
after the
a Basket Lunch cends in trees. Descendlm
I Mrs. MPtlivin and Mrs. a drill instructor for under
meeting.: Mrs. W. O.
Wingate instructed the boysin the Metros classmen at his Denver. Col. sap take nutrition from 1.111 t]
is president of
making a terrarium. Cemetery Association They base. Bill hopes to be home leaves to the roots

Those Included Christmas for his
attending hold two meetings a year In around fays National Geographic
Billy Beam, Kevin Wyman first leave.
Hay: and in October. ANT WOMXNPvt.
Joey Ricks Darrell White and Mrs. A. L. (Dick] Mrs. Connie Barnhill says -
4a1MY + / 4 Danny Raulerson. Mike Hllltard returned home Friday things seem to be on kind of Charles A. Osborne. :>l>..... Of Application fop T"i
> + I Methvln. Matt Tyre. Don an even keel at tier fish nerd
E. N
several of Mr. and Mrs.
night after days con Per: in I.III. K. 4N'OTKK .
Wln ate. Steve Nelson and visit with her mother Lira camp for this time of year. Osborne of the State Farrr. ; /: TS HERKBY i'II'|,

TiI Den Chief Zarhery Andrews. T A, Sweat of Quitman. Ga: She says fishing: Is fairly recently completed a hellcop- KN. that Mr, T. J. Aldrnr'
The ,boys would Ilk to of at the tho holder of the follow) B,
Saturday evening guests good.Mr tel repair course rrtlflcHt ban filed ..;iij,
thank Chief of Police Wally Mrs. E. I. VanNi were and Mrs Laurel Bunce Army Transportaion School tlrivati* for a tax elerd ." "'.

Muhlhofer {,)r getting them a Mrs. J. B. Whiting Mrs. Col- had some "happy news" to Eostis. Va.During IHSIKM. thereon Th errtifl"e. i

nice new American Plan, son Mrs. Pierce and Mrs report to use their own the 11-week coarse! I the numbers dwacrlptlon and l yearn of ,lumiiii

Refreshments were enjoyed Bowers of Gainesville, words. Their son Bucky Is he was trained! to repair sin nnd the rain us of In the which prop It ,m' .

bv aU.OWYF.RS. Mrs J. W. Strawn and sol home on furlough. The Bun- gle-rotor reconnaissancetype RHH".aPe l are RIO followCerttfloaro ... r
PLAN !39TII ces drove up to Ft. Bennlng Approximately 50 .Vo. 1 IS.: v.HiiRHiiHmr ,
Marion spent two weeks in helicopters.
1981.l''lptlon /
I ANNIVERSARYMr. Miami/ One week was nent for his graduation exercises per cent of the school's instructors of Piuport\" r, a"
I and Mrs.! Edmund W. visiting her son. Mr II"" Mrs. last Friday. Bucky has now are combat veterans II of BLK'IS"ShorcR Crosby tap I

Dwyer of Keystone Heights week finished his basic training who recently returnedfrom : C
Larry Strawn and one
I will celebrate their 59th there:' with the Army Reserve Name In which aanestiid Mi
with her son. Mr. and Mrs Viet!; Nam. State!' Homes. Inc
Wedding Anniversary Thursday Robert Strawn. and will be enroute to Ft. All of sold property bIns.

I, Oct. 20. Tentative plansnre Mrs. O. B. Harshbarger or; Leonard Wood. Mo. He will Daniel Pater son of Mr. the County of Ilradfoicl" stof <'..
now being formed for the complete his six months tour Florida.
visited Mrs. D. M. Pater of Keystone
Swan Lake recently and I'nless suck. ccrUd'atrcertificates / ''
I 1st row ((1-r) .lt. ff H.itts. Chester. dlenn. !Stefan Hrokax, Glenn l'>.\v. 2nd row: occasion. her daughter Mrs Frank of duty Just prior to Christ- Heights was commissioned shall ho rortcoir',

llinck. 3rd :Alike Il-nkclt. : The Dwyers were married: mas and plans to return lletuenant "*' .*<.. 101.18. p'. ft.accordInv .
!Mickey llrokiin, Tlidiium Ilunvn, Jolinny Moon, Dnnny row: Sellers 'n Daytona/ Beach. as a second .
In St. Mary's CatholicChurt'h home and back to college. to law the prop-
"like :Murrheo John ;\'Orath. Mr. and Mrs. Terrp'T' Blan- go In the U. S. Air Force upon dpwrllted. In sm-h, certificate .
East Hartford. Conn., the weekend In Mr. and Mrs. James Chitty from Offrer! certificates
I ton spent graduation will bo solil tn t thlnrlipst t'
by the late Father had James' uncle and aunt
Ocala. Training School at Lackland! bidder Rt the rti"
on Oct. 20. JU07.MI'8. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dees! I, house door on' the first Mont
Dwyer. a graduate of Mrs. Ella Brown an* Mrs their son and his friend ofl AFB. Texas In month of November I 11,
Nancy Hudson was Sunday. Lt. Pater, selected for OTS whlrhs' / the 7th day of \
M Kree College of Electrolysis Homervtlle Oa. visit with .
fi M.r evening guests of their neof! through competitive examination Vf mbcr. 19ftff.
in New York owned 'nd operated their family over the past has been assigned to! Dated) tills, 5th day Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer.
her own business i In weekend. They all did some her P68.1 .
Lt. Col. and Mrs E R Kessler AFB In Mississippifor (! .)
Hartford for 15 years before fishingand! report a good
Charles A.
Simmons heard from their training as an electronics I Darby!
retiring: to Florida She Is catch of twenty-six speckled Bradford Clerk. of Circuit Court of Hr,
Frank recently. He Is In officer. A graduate of -
also Past President of thHartford sen. oerch and one very large for County Florida. .
Blenoa.: Viet Nam and! is getting HUh: School, he received 166t I"""
Business and Pro- along fine. Last weekend bass. his! B. S. degree In textiles -..
fe'slortal Women. I called Dirk and Frances : Of
Notlvp Awpllpatlon 1"0r..1
the Simmons' visited antI) '! J In 1966 from Georgia Tech.
i Mr. Dwyer was for many: Hilliard to Inquire about the Uerd
son Jim at Stetson Univer NOTICE 13 HEREBY IEN ',
In vacation I heard had
years engajed the retail they
sity. He was getting alonp Pvt. Larry R. Devrlck. son that Mr T, J. AWiri, l
hoe business In an executive taken. It seems they have '
the holder cf the foilortlflcnlen "" ;
fine. We sad to Mrs.
are say of Mr. and Mrs Denver R.
capacity. As had TWO .
a side-line he more short ones '' him filed said
>bi'de owned and operated!: the At- Simmons recently acquired p since I heard that news! Derrick of Starke is assign- tlflcatcs. for a tux doe. ) t tIsmioil t' .
43 broken foot by missing r ed as a radio operator in 1 'thirpon. The c irtl'numherx l
bntlc Entertainment Buiea They actually] did vacation
I .tl'p. We hope she will be ur Headquarters Troop. 3rd Reconnaissance ,and >*ar.. of is'un' .. ,
furnishing amateur acts fo 'own in Vero Beach with the I dew rliulnn of the prnp
r 7! movie houses' from Connecticut and around real soon Frances' sister and then onover : Squadron 11th .and, tin .nnmeq In who, 1 h "inn i- n.. "
c Y Ralph Cason of Palatk.i Armored Cavalry Regiment! .4>sn..d are as followC "
K [ to Maine to Okeechobee with
pent Sunday visiting with, which rtlflent, *" ffn 14>. Y' f
I The Dwyers have two children Dick's folks/ but the' storm recently landed itViet I IaNtlanee 1 1961\ '
w 'riisae his parents Mr. and Mrs R Nam for combat serviceA '
bg- : a son. Edmund. Jr rut their va!!htion short andJrove O..rll.tI..n! of prop'it! t l'
T and a daughter Evelyn Dwyer M. Cason. them home early. Since 1961 graduate of Bradford ; of Tll.K n 1 1/nth> ,ITTract .
R' of rinlford Oik JXnme
M ; Scott Mr. Dwyer. Jr. sue Mr. and Mrs. Montay Vic. this little jaunt, they have High School. Devrlok In. whlrh an".r'

s I ceeded his mother in bus leers! entertained In the! made a side trip to Quitman attended! St. Johns River Riskier! & Wlndham

A 1o I ness and now operates three some last Sunday In celebra-, Oa to enjoy; the beauty of a Junior College and enters: All of sflld I prnpcrtU<"M,"
.A ... the ('ollnlnr Itradforil, .*" l
tlon of Mrs. Ernest Whitney72nd '
offices--one In Jacksonvlll. bed of "surprise" lillle the Army In October 1965
1st row ll-r Bill Murwln Bob Murwln: Danny Baker Chipper' Iliigne, Jtukln, Birthday. Attending: "f Florida ': a,,
): one in Gainesville, and one which Fianeex's mother Mrs. His wife Mary lives In 1nleaa. iiiich certlfli'4tfrtlflratcd ,, '"
Kate. 2nd run: Sandy irayson, \\ajiie Homer, l Daryl Johnson
',"aarr..,.. Third row: Jerry George, Mike iiulcrhurk. handy Buff, Kick Murr- I Heights. The daughter's hus- Albert Durrell and family oat. : were in Tallahassee also on according' '! to law the prop"dc.erlhed .I'or ,;'
In such ,
!* Augustine. Mrs. Albert
IIIT. :Maltiilni. Johiwon. band Is purchasing agent for another occasion for business! Seaman Recruit John J. cert I fl.'...... will bo sold
the Travelers Insurance Co. Durrell Jr. of Satillght DUr)>Oses. Thev think it seemstrange Mannl. son of Mr. and Mrs the highest bidder at >kl.
Beach son and family, Mr. I courthouse. door th. 'If*
.. I In 1952. the elder Dwyers to have daughter J Manni of Route 2. Starkc, .'' .
.. Xowm'
f=:'o .. .... "' .end Mrs Andrew Whitney of Monday In month of
;; "'!ttII. .'... built their present home on Marsha Royster visit them recently graduated from trine 190. which Is the Tth dnj '
'em'i I I SR 21 [Lakevlew Drivel l and Gainesville and granddaughters with Just to grandchildrenIn weeks of Navy basic training : Go Get We're Behind You Mrs. Jerry McOuffe: of Ol ,"
in 1957 they celebrated their tow. Marsha and Ralph's at the Great Lakes. Dated this 5th day
f-; C and great grandchildren of 111. l her, 19611.o .
Golden twins have started In
Wedding school
in the Community Training <
\! E.\L)

INDIANS --. &i ;.' : _45J( : 100 Per CentS Church educational .Jacksonville Rakln and Mr.son and Bill Mr..To.ck o'Ft. .> Interlachen this year. Center Clerk Charles of Circuit A.Court Darby of Br. building The Chuck ?
fn' which brand are
"' P' J !!. '!f' .. was Petersburg and Miss Allman Vernon N Glenn, lord County Florid 51
"WII' I new then. They were the firs Quite pleased over news from Jr. *"
I Barbara Rankin of the University !- grandson. of Mr. and Mrs 10/6 4t 10
'n r couple to be so honored in the their son. Chuckle. He was In
.w : ?' {. of Florida. F. Glenn of Starke. .
':' educational Saigon at his last Notice Of Application For, TDeed < /
'. '", building and this writingwaiting has been selected for training; J
I' event which was attended by .. to go back to Da- at Sheppard .. ..
AFB. Texas 83 arc 104.16.! F.
..1)t) ..;.-- over 100 friends will always "fang" for some more missIons. nn Air Force transportation NOTICE!; IS HBRBBT 11VRV. -
1' \ W'. p me in their memories.LIVINGSTON9 NEWS NOTESFrom Fie Is quoted as "counting specialist He that Sir T. J. Aldermanthe
ill.s as a 1968 graduate ,
"nee' ;i- goly .,lN1 -J'?", : N v 1ky IIOST the days with only fifty of Mlsawa Dependents- 'ertlflcates holder has of th filed' iwU fillnwl"etlfkaten .,.,

r'. ,, .:' HjlviJ/;' ; AT GATOR COOK-OUT more to go'!" His orders for High School at Mlsawa AirBase for a "tsr deed t" ,"

..- -qi tij-' -," I r: --rt- All of the excitement over ( preceding page) stateside! duty have him in Japan and Issued thereon The ..rnflci",
y.. the UF-FSU spending his last ten recently number and your of l I..uon
> '. t : came: was not in England states. A happy family monthsof completed basic
or training at the propel
description of Ihe
:, t, ,,: __ Tallahassee en Saturday. OCt. reunion was enjoyed with Air Force life In Southern Lackland AFB. Texas. and the names, In n-hl., ',h It .1

Ih.\.. :,. ....... -1" :;\\1.114. :' > : .. ..... 8. for much of it ran rampantat Mr. Bachmann's son and California. asacceed. are a. follows' "'

t' <. .... ,- ... : ... the Gay Livingston home family at St. Albans. Vt.. anon I Mr. and Mrs Mike Adams Certlfloat No. 91. Tear '
Issuance 1991.Description j'
r'; . '1\ :,. :," ,tiJ.w' I where son Alec! hosted 21 of their return trip they visited were In a group of young Monday/ Inquiry Class 7 7 of Proper' Cnn [

\ titt.c.t I his! friends from the University Mrs. Bachmann's slster-ln- couples that took a bin from p. m. Novena and Benediction E Side of Church SI 1 1 ,,'*" '

'! .;. I of Florida. law Mrs. R. F. Dittmer In Gainesville tJ Tallahassee on 7:30: p. m. :N: Line of NW't 1W"'F'SK r.: ..
crosses & Mlnt!
.. ,t i A cook-out dubbed "the White Plains. N. Y. Saturday fir the Florida- n- F'
i';' ..' ri>R. Run s BO Ft, K:
i,* .i" .... lJ Gator Cook-Out" was enjoyed The Jack Haberstroh family FSU game -InterdemonlnatlonalCommunity N 79 Ft. ViT r t" rOB 8'

D .m 1id i along with other refreshments ,of South Willlamsport Pa. enjoyed It seems we have a new Church Dr 2'1.' T.S.. R-2: E
y'rCoa1'h I needless to say the a week's visit with the member In our neighborhood A. C Hott. minister! : Mrs 51.All'II1'yan of said property I hrirla. .

radio was close by. Yells could C.! H. Haberstrohs.! During and had not gotten the news I George Canavm, organist, the County of Bradford 1". "

I be heard across the lake on their stay two\ of the visitinglaberstroh of It. Young Tommy Cox III Sunday School. 9:30: a. m of Florida. '
fAo.. RhfN1I and Warning! Unless such certlti' .it*
llfI1.lItPr. ( .tnnclhllt I-r) : every Florid first down. daughters Jacqueline made his appearance on Warship. 11 a m certificates. shall b.. rpd..m.d

Larry UI'k.. Geralll1I1I1t1.: ..
GaJIUI (student.. trainer). and I.erlddhheata. ... this wonderful party Klvrn i guests at a 16th birthday par- scale at a healthy MX and In much c.rtlflca""'

Banks by Alec: Susan Hunt. Judy 1 7 at Holiday: Inn In Starke. one half pounds Congratulatlons Faith" Presbyterian the or certificates highest.! bidder will at be the Bold. 'do
Calvin Campbell Bev Mr. and Mrs. Henry Flueggef to his proud parentsl -RP.v J. Church house door on tits first M?I>'I"-
Matson Boa R Neale Jl min- !I';"
Boddv. Mr. and ,
4 Villa Plumosa have had as Talk about fast In month of November ; .
I Mrs. John fishing. which In the Tth day of >"
Savage Val Plumb.
Bill I guests Mrs. Fluegge's sister. Jack Miller caught a bass In f.te't )r-* w.' j':-vi.lIar.,. or- vember, 1988,

Hardy Isabella Bob Mr, and Mrs. Les ]Mrs Sigrid Davis of Detroit. record time on Sunday evening I ganiit; Mrs. Carl Swisher Trued this 5th day of
Wise Leon HenI I rich.! and her friend. Mrs. He got his Jigger pole summer organist ber. 1966.ISfAT. .
derson. Mr. and Mrs. ,Larry ( : .)
]Louise Christian launched '
of Atlanta. the boat and I -Sunday School 9.44 A
Townsend Linda m .
Lee. Tommy I Mr.\[ and Mrs C. J. Sweetman brought In Morwn Charles A. Derby.Clerk
Thompson a four-flve -WOMMP, 11 a.; m. of Circuit Court '

:\lr\ and Mrs. 1 H. T. Lm'orn Walt and Mary Thomas( !Roy W. WatkinI Tom Flemmln.-r.Si-san.; Judy Overstreet.McKabe. (,f Lansing m. enjOYed a I five pounder all in a clocked Sunday. NtInery.: open'both ra.dford County Florid 1" ..'
and DeMir Koru. holiday visit: _with the Flueggeslast minute )period: Some. houn.J
I month Mrs'' Sweetman Is luck-only wish it could -I>>I.eo".1 r.

\ and Mrs. :Miller 'YrinkleIr.! und Mrs AI Nelson !Reynolds Insurance Agency! HERE Mrs. N' THERE ,I another sister of Mrs Fluegge. r tinue like this then con we11 I St. Anne's -"Rev. 0vy /Y IN('OI".%%!TV> FORfOtSTV. :jrr oR'i BRaDrORD'" cal R
Sutton is visit-
VVVYYYVYVyyyyyyyyyyyINDIAN would not be o fish hungry. WOC'&tan, vicar;"'R. o. dop :: FLORIDA.
ing: her -
1\lr. and Mrs Duane Johnston l\lr. and Mrs. George; l\lasAA Les Stephenson, Golf ProCessional Fitzpatrick mother, Mrs. P. A. Well until next week:, as a i is L orgatdet. In re: Estate ofHuge .
: In Hainan. deoeaed
Norfolk. Va, I
I parent of three Indians rreal !% CREDITOR.
as well as her various sisters BEACHLake Morning- Prayer suxl. Ser- OTICK TO
ones}. '"
1'1r_ and lUes. Charles \lcGla\'e: Mr. und :\Irs. Jack :Miller T. W. Baker and Sons and their families who also Indian why fBeachersl dot/t all of you I I mon 2nd and 4th 8unda.ytnur ulnae All Creditors Ha(I sail. of d.c.a..d..r.the. estate .

live In Norfolk. come on i 19:30: *' m. ( *ry open j hereby notified and required I'file '
( Santa Fe) out Friday night and help!I' Holy Buohajdsr: and any claims or deman'1'" !
Mr and 1\Irs. A. E. Anthony Timmy Murrhee The William Wolfe Family Mr. and Mrs. William E cheer those other Indians sermon which they may have ar'l""t
Smith and three daughters Mr Jack r. Miller, Sr. fKeystonersl[ on to victory 1st and 3rd $urw iya. 9:30: A said .estate In the. office
have moved to Keystone from over their rival M. [nursery op nl. ChurcJ. eountr Jud>e of Bradford County

l\lr. and Mrs\ Alex Br..kas.. Ralph V. Naples T. 1'. Service Center St. Petersburg They operatethe .AAAAAAA&AAAAAAA.au.aBrr Is Homecoming for Callahan these kids It School 9:39: () A. M. "HUy. Eu- at, Starke.Florida. ,Florida In the within cotirtao". *'

Keystone Gas Co. Daughter Winter surely isn't and lots of work has gone into I oharU. a a. m. each Sunday.' calendar' months from the a*"

Mr and Mrs. S. E;; McKay Mr. and l\lrs. William Few !\Irs. :Mary and Suzanne Nelson Carol Is 19. Jeanne Is It. far away Is It? We woke to a their preparations. so !Evening! Prayer 7:30: P. w of the first publication of 'tl'"< '

and Kathy U 10. They live on real nip In the air on Tues- come one and all-well see each Sunday. EYC. 63: p, M. notice.moat he Fhtch In writing claim or and den m' '

Sylvan Way near the Community day morning! didn't we? I ya' at this gala each Sunday. star the plan or residence ." '
l\Iurrhee Belote's event)
l\Jr.\ and l\lrs.\ Foster Howell Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Drug Church, and are members don't mind tho, do you? ThisIs I Dally offies of Morning. port office address of the elil"1' h'

of St. William's CatholicChurch. my very favorite time of and EveningPrayer.: ant and must be sworn In .
.:co A the or h''
claimant his
Richard and Gloria :\Iurrhee\ Huh and Joan Glenn; The Ya1ldeJuli Family We are sorry we did the year. M and 5:00: P. M. attorney, or It will\ agent become,

not welcome them before, as Young Jimmy Kinehen pzCathoIfe according to- law.Kevtembrr .

:Max and Ruby l\Joone'ham\ :\Ir. and :\Irs. Hay Chance :\Ir.\ and l\lrs.\ O. J. l\Iurrhee Sr. RUst.they have been. here since AU- weekend'learned .a He quick usually lesson walk.salonlf this l. iI RaatJst Worship SARAH 37th.GARVIE 14mlKxecutrlx 'If
r service '
I : Sunday\ : .of the Estat'
Frank S. Wright was In Hlll- with head. down but he 11 a. m 7:30: p. m. I nurnorytiurnUy ROM lIal.all.]| deceased
lien and Ann Cooper :\Ir. and :\Irs. '1'. J. lIawe'4. Jr. )Ir. and Mrs. Frank ligen crest lust l weekend, inapeotlnff had a frluhtenlnjr reminder St. WlUlmiw-Fr EJYol&r4 A open I 'f'noJ.01: ; PIF.RCE
that from Kirby lu ., to1' : Varth Temple A-"'
now on. he hadf prtoit c .ugE ', tits :
his jcrtool.:
property while en route l 9:13: a. m !Starke.' Florida
.. I from New York City to his best! be looking 1 farther down')I : A LMnm organistBuodyMaas. r itLu-Mi-y. opera 1 J. Pruliar.....Urn. Flpax* publluiiiaa." an gnat'i-II''

I II IJi. i the road I He 7.30; a. u. 1 /wa,131. : p at. t lawwery cgaal J, her/U 2S.tt 19&8.l2

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YYYYYYYYYY dressed out in Indian Union will be held at Greater ,'""ntv. HMorlcln. I In tliomum <, ?.nrt; :
YYT.TYY. costumes. ZIon Baptist Church. to the :Melvin Watson, house, gement area at 6 and must .. at mark1. Florida wn-.

LONO BIt\NCU BAPTIST on Orange street :Mrs. Cath- leave by 6:30: ( each, hunt day. OF INTEREST TO COLORED Allen Chapel at 3 p. m. The In eta. <..alitn

Friday night Oct. 14 Baldwin I Homecoming services were erine Blackburn and family They must check!: In ant: out NEWS public is Invited. Evening the lint of the first publication I

vs Bones on home grounds. I well attended Sunday At 'Long formerly occupying the Watson ;at hunt check aUtlona.Camp- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY service 6 p. m. The mrssaKe or demand of thin must notlo I b..knell In "''I'clattn lUlU!: {

Game time 8 Branch Baptist Church. Rev. house moved to Baldwin. in will be delivered by Rev. L.
p.m. Ing/ the area will! bepro- inn) mast state the place ofronui'ince
By Hrt. A. C. The B team played D and George VV Wilkinson pastor Mr. and Mra. Hollis Jeffers hibited. Legal !same will be I A. Sampson pastor and pout office ,Mlilr"Ha ..
of the claimant and must*
B of St. Augustine Tuesday delivered the sermon. Following ( attended stock car races in buck deer bear, hogs squirrel In Flag Football the Ctflt arms. Frank:, Jackson. I l h. sworn to bY the claimant,

.AA. afternoon of last week on services dinner was servo Jacksonville Saturday night quail turkey and unprotected defeated the Rams by a score JOTII GRADE, OFFICER I In ..... .Iti.ltir'. fear.. In I.In: iixont, or his attorney. 4>r
ed on the In the afternoon and visij I It will become void. according
home grounds. The score grounds. were Sunday night lurbearinr aalinals. President Gloria Hutche- '
NEWS was of 30 to 8. The Colts hit pay In tail For llrnilfiiril ( ininlr.r'liirliln to law.Neptemher. *
SCHOOL 27-7 favoring: Baldwin. Mon- singing was enjoyed. tors in Middleburg.airs. A $5 archery permit Li required dirt during the first quarter' on: Vice :president: Arthur 26.XUminlntratrlx 1906P.gsy
I The Baldwin Indians won, Weekend guests of :Mr. and Belle Giddems Is spending Beatrice In ,' Cxliili., '
day night the B team travel. In addition to hunting 80 to Chris Williams. sec. r. : ir lul< e Mi'hill.TderiMixi E. Sh"l1pr
yard .
[over Bunnell Friday night on ed to Hastings for a game Mrs. James Coleman and family some time In Jacksonville license and only persons participating on Chandler an when: pass he ran back; Crum: nsst Tyron Byle: ,d. r'nu: v E. su.tL..ER I
f home grounds with a score of I there. were Miss June Gid len with her lion and daughter-lni in the hunt al- Mnzella" Durham: \tiTici10: nil-111: 'roicx of the Estate
1 The Indians now main.' Lisa arc 80 yards for a touchdown.The I Trees All > r. ,lit..,iH lOr ili .,. at Juice] Hrhlller. daceaMil.Flrnt .
1-14. and and Pam Langfordall law, !Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Gul lowest will Cynthia i. ".1.' il
record of two and two. ; CHURCH: NEWS of on area. Hunting extra point was missed. Kergeant-at-atms. JuIeK.lull.> ..!r. dn) < fiiifd, mi publication. on 9eptemher -
tarn a << Jacksonville.Mr. dens.Mr. be allowed only In that. portion the secondquarter Williams. Dasle Hamilton; hereby ,n..t 1,1, and n-tiili|,,",frt to. 59. I960.
The Baldwin -/band and Bun-:' Rev. R. T. Williams of and (Mrs. Dan Byrd of and Mrs. Oble Taylorleft of the management area Then midway hit Williams Chaplain Robert Auston. file' ers, ,,1..lon..r. il. "in,,inilhw HOMAS: PTKnCIS

nell' band performed at half Starke and former pastor bf Mayo were visiting Mr. and Sunday to return to Madison : north of 16 and JO:1es Ornde Benjamin hloh th.I war' hi\i. quart' J01-p North Temple Ave.
State Roads :
Oth pres. .
{time. For the game Friday I the tMoxville Baptist Church :Mrs. J. D. Bell and Mr. and i Ind. after spending the with a pass for a touchdown Ben- Mulct. -mi ,n ,rii.'. orr., ,. or nri Stark*, Florida.
215. Check Station No. 2 will covering 65 strong: Vice pres. > >nnt% JII.I".r III ,.,If rd l '
the play < tin 4t
I night the Baldwin majorettes,I has Accepted pastor of the ,iMt. Mrs.' R. L.. Harris past week 'here with Mr and Margaret tH.p'l
be open) and all game must be The two points covering jamin pllll'k. sec.
Enjoying birthday cake Sunday Mra. Vince Taylor and family.
checked at check stations. awt. SPCCarolyn"
was good and; the Colts William\ *
afternoon with Air. and Their children remained herewith .
Cross-bows and firearms are led at half time 14 to 0. Tyson; treasurer. Iradean That Our Business"If
Mrs. Doss Higginbotham In the Vince Taylor family. .I GLASS
at arms
JBergeant- -
Easy To Own honor of Mrs. Higglnbotham'abirthday Claude North /spent!\ the prohibited. It was a close battle until Cooper: Chaplain.. I
I tad
Regular: huntnly season' Robert Arms ;
were :Mr. and Mra. weekend in Nashville Tenn. on midway the 3d quarter when It's' Glass! We HaT It".
in Daniel.
George Johnson and Mr. and a combined 'business and sight opens Camp Blanding Dommon swept around left, Joan I '

.lOMGCHAMP HOMES :Mrs.! Arthur Carter of Jack.lIonvllle. seeing trip. Mangement Area on Novemoer end for 50 ;yard and a ADULT SCHOOL In I CALL WRITE or VISIT

Mr. and :Mrs. Ray iMrs. Roger North underwent 13. Th area west of State touchdown A pass from All adults interested and FOR ANY GLASS NEED Y1 R:

mond Kllgore and family Mr. surgery Thursday In St. VIn- Road 225 and north of State Dommon to Cummings. two Basic Education clash ,
Custom Road 230 will be open through and, sewing are Invited to attend We Design Modern Steve Freftt/
Built .** and Mrs. Dave Cloverdale and cent's Hospital In Jacksonville. points covering was good ChutCh'. '
: son, Mr. and Mrs. Ben 'HlffginboUiam 'Mrs. Dorothy Waters spent November 27; closed from the Colts led 220. Then 3 at Pleasant Grove Just Mail Us A Pattern' F..rJ"

and family and Sunday. In Jacksonville with November 28 to December 23; plays later Chandler picked Monday\ : and Wednesdaynight Education' Table. TopsSHEA'S

Your Plana Or Ours Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters and open December 24 to January off another pass and' ran fora for Basic e

Your Lot Or Ours and daughter. family. 1. 1967. touchdown. The point cov- and Tuesday nights for sew-:f
Mr. and Mra.. Schmell Wildlife food plots have the : 9J
Chris Christenson son of Lyle- erslon was [good and ing.The
HOME IMPROVEMENTS Mrs. Melba Christenson is and daughters of Laurel'Bay. been planted by the Commis Colts led with time running, claw Is held at RJE I GLASS CO;

home for a month leave. He S. 0. were here weekend before a1on.throughout the manage- Monday and Wednesday *i
REMODELING ALTERATIONS wUl leave last visiting'Mrs. Schmells ment area to provide better out.In nights, and sewing will be'I
shortly for Camp the fourth quarter the 1313 PC W.4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FH24351had
LeJeune, N. C. parents Mr. and Mrs.: Buford ,hunting: for sportsmen. The Colts were determined to get held Monday ..nlsht Those\ '
food plots, con.'l ting of desiring to attend please! Inquire .
3-BEDROOM HOMES Mrs. Earl Mosley and family Higginbotham. var- on the score board. With sec building. A.
visited Terry Mostey last I tous types of peas and grasses ond and two halfback Nicholas at the'. USO Mr. -. --------------------------

Friday afternoon in the River serve as supplemental food Mrs. Berries Hopkins or '

FOR .SALE ,NOW Me' Hospital in Jacksonville, Archery Hunt Items tor doer, turkey and guard went 70 for around a touchdown.The a right. L. 11. Gibson, Mrs'Walker.L. M. : E-.r BEER-BECUE1 *

Terry son or Mr. and Mrs, Dates Set.'For quail. and tends to'conRr8'Jate"the two point covering were Royal and E. O. .

Small Down Payment Richard Mo&lcy has been a patient ''. same to make It more accessible Rood. With one minute left The classes are held at I (

there for two weeks. Blanding Area to hunters. In the the Colts ran Law ley Junior High! School I 91
'::8 IN PINEBREEZE SUBDIVISION AND Mr. and (Mrs. Gene Johnson Monday and Wednesday
Archers will have the opportunity off the clock and the final at II !
" EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION and daughter spent the week CAP Squadron nights. All classes begin ,,7 V .
Rams 8.
to show their skill In score! was Colts 30
end in Mayo with Mr. and .Mrs.Dan : p
"I Byrd.Weekend. pulling a bow string during! tr Offers Benefits These frame! will be held CHVRCII NEWSMt. F

Contact guests of Mrs. F. special archery hunt In the Girls every Monday and Tuesday Morlah Methodist :
,B. Coleman and son were Mr. Camp Blanding WUdlife Man- ,. from 4:30: to 6:30: at the Church. Rev. IL' P Hudson I 'I
BUFORD MITCHELL agement Area October 22-23. Reno Recreat.on Playground. School. 10 a
:and Mrs. B. F. Coleman and A Starke unit fo the Civil pastor. Church T'S
Offlw Phone 969-.12SI P. O. Box 238 daughter of Jacksonville and 29-39 and November 5-8, according Air Patrol Is being organizedand Teen Time Is being held m. with Mls Carolyn Taylor I

140 S. Thompson St. Starke Fla. I:Mr and :Mrs.! Ken Self of Ala to. Major Robert Bran- meetings arc held eachTuesday each Saturday night:: from 8 and Miss Frankie Jackson In tilt .,

bama. Uy Northeast Regional Manager night at 7:30: in the to 11 p. m. All teenagers are charge. I 111I
'! jOame and .Fresh Water Invited to come out and enjoy nlrht there will be
W. Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are' I Mr. and M/&. Winfred Harris new Civil {Defense building Tuesday
Fish Commission. the an evening of fun rehearsal for the adult choir 1ya

You? If Not JOIN TODAY! weekend and family from the moved'Britt over houseLADIES the Hunters may enter the man- !, -Frank( Fairgrounds.Leacarbeau who la Mr. Jackson la grateful for and rehearsal for the You'! : aet I'" ) 1:

helping with the organization the splendid cooperation /given Choir on Thursday nl ht. IrttlecWtI' .

I work, that 20( to the activities. He asks Miss! Frankie Lee Jackson 1 raclpft rxnuF-=..
-:'= .......-.4- says young : -; fit tmnMmt. .a
.. people are needed for a aquoct- parents to >-:ease cooperate president.The 1 In thl. r--:. ::: rrt.Iea.NtsaidFREEriwh' ) !
ron. In addition to six or seven In all efforts to make the activities Ushers Anniversarywill =::=z ..ll9..1IIr..... I

TAREABUSINESS adults At, present, about 13: better. beheld Thursday night. J : .......,........ .
DIRECTORY ::3 ..a-. '
'. voting people have indicated SCHOOL NEWS Oct. 27 at 8 p. m. Mistress of QUIDS r.--c i,

:interest in Joining the local RJE Senior High Class officers ceremonies will be Miss Eline ,to *
The speaker will be I ".
,unit; for 1968-07: Plnnon.
Mr. Lescarbeau said mere President William Lane: Rev Jerry Haymon of' Pen- I Beer PartyUSAU.S.

I Air Condilioning-Healing Beauty AcademyPOWELL'S WEAR Office are many benefits/ to be derived Vice President. Early Young; ney Fn rms.
Equipment ]
from CAP membership'; including Secretary!: Wllie Dell: Asst. A Queen will be crowned!.: BREWERS ASSOOAHOM.N MA las( /dal... 11J.I. lI

RUSS PIKER training in aerospace sec. Carolyn Myers: Business: that night The girls who are York. H.Y. 1CX>17rmhitefMted ,! r

Authorized Alrtemp Cherry'sGainesville's communications air rescue manager Valarla Jenkins; running are Frankie Lee I I In baaabaou4. fwd a. uV Ills t4tla ../

V ReathiK & Air Conditioning Beauty AcademyLearn Most Fashionable Hancock Off is and search technique' and Treasurer Frnnkle Lee Jack- Jackson and Carolyn Taylor I I e..rVSA.. -
a Professlo In Your Address For Ladles many other. He saidthat son: Parliamentarian, Archie The guest choir will be the I 1. _
Rwldental Commercial Spare Time. Full or Part Time EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthorized young men with CAP experience Kittles.MTU senior choir of Greater Allen I I ,11Yne !
DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY m ty go Into the Air Chapel' AME Church- Mrs! .
-Industrial DAY &: EVENING CLASSES Force with the rank of Airman GRADE OFFICERS!! Clara Ghent. president: I l Xn. :. .1rr

Hale*-Installation( -Service Low Tuition Terrna21S WEARACCESSORIES 1st class. instead of starting President. Anthony DeSue; Prankle Lee Jackson reporter -! I .
Dealer vice president James Small: cm '"
2702 NO. 19th Dr. twilt
N.W. 10th Ave. at the lowest grade. .

I Oalnesvllle 372-0714 Gainesville 378-2784 ClaryVict.rT.taIMAddlnQ Other benefits Include ape**, Sec., Nellie Davis; Asst.treasurer Sec. OI'eater..Allen Chapel AME.11.- w ; .
Clara :
7 W University Galnanville UaoMnM. CalciUateriSALfflS Alice Turner; business man
CHAIN SAWS cadets two-week summer ager. Horrlce Nichols: Class pastor Sunday I OfltTTD fTATR BIttWOWWWXUIlOK,MOU @ f

i AUTO SALES&SERVICEJEEP MOBILE HOMES -/SBRVKKRiENTAiA: >: rant, encampments and.. a two-week at nominal course reporter Beverly Floyd. Cynthia a.tre m.Irv with charge.Mrs.:, F' sampson// I P.> O.MX I7S,WINTER PAMC.PUMMM at f

: I A. & J. Saw SAVE TIME DiwniM yea. of intensive. training offered Clark; Sergeant-at- ice at 11 a. m. The choir -------------------------4
requirement with .. flr 4. by the Federal Aviation Ag
Family of 4 Wheel Drive & Mower Co.
Mobile Homes Inc. ency.Mr.
Joe Anderson Mgr. Leocarb&uu said that
RAMBLERAmerica's 528 N. Main at. G.ln *vHlFhon the local
unit will receive its
Finest Economy Car Homelite Chain Saw Gainesville's Discount Mobile S70-A5S1 charter as soon as the necessary '
Home Sale Lot.
BALES AND SERVICE SALES A SERVICES number of cadets en.roll. 67 Chevrolet
Volume purchases for our entire
and it la hoped to start a flying -
Repairs & Parts All Makes chain: guarantees savingsof
Ridgway Motor Co. GRAVELY TRACTOR many hundreds of dollars PAINT A GLAfltlLiddell > members club at can a obtain later date so
SALES A SERVICE on the quality home of your pilot's, licensee at a reduced
1132 S. Mala choice.
2022: N.E. Blvd. Gainesville cost.
4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North Everything new
Gainesville I72-S433 Phone 372-35H
Gainesville 378-1348
Just Off Waldo Road Paint &
!'\.tli. .
Of Atftlrmttom for '1', .
B & G Motors Co.CADILI.AOOWSMODILE. MotorcycJesScootenStreit' Glass Co. n..d '
CONCRETE PRODUCTS "Nr' .. lease, V. H. that could happen in styling.
SALES & SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop KYANIZE PAINTSGheeMirr.ewSliding FN. that Mr. T. J. Alderman.

Fine Selection of Used Cars I CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE HONDA MOTORCYCLES' the holder, of th. fallowing
certlfkmte. hoe Had .
o rtlflo -
Taken On Cadillac Trade THE BEST FROMEdward' Cushman A Vep Scooter 0-- .te. for u. tax deed to be .
tnnued thereon. The certificate/ .
lilt N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Building Duc..tIBSAZlUlclaPJIMotorcvclesa.les Tub Enelomirea-Shower Deer numbers and year of liituaiii-o :

PHONE 376-751S Supply Inc. ; & Service -Wlnd&WD.-C.et-. ; the dusurlptloii< of the property
and the names In which It wit
8CHWINN BICYCLES Watlpapcr.gterefrvnt a......- are an follower: L ;

728 S. Main-373-4844 Locksmith & Safe,Work Conraltatlo. C.rtlfloate No. 197.1 Tear" ohiranca 4'i % %
Pinna Performance 818 W. University Ave. l 188t.UellCrlption .
PLA of Properly' Wa
SAABSALES GAIN ;. n..ln..l1e 3767761MOTORCYCLES 116 N.W. Sixteenth' St. 7.e.I K of NB!: Cor of N1Vj jfW'i Mmlaalle/, M1
GAINESVILLE B73l ;\ H 834' W 7JB'. to ELY: I>9 +'aN.. v$M : _
EUX'TRICIOTOR! I":! l/W OH 'RD N on J If;: R/W .a nK-.. ,3 ,tl.W N wNaPdJ%aa,4 '. 91 Xf;rvaay{>hn A' rMbWAAY A'e Y W.
AND SERVICE : UI.U'l U 7.U'! to HOB .l0II:! W
OLKAN: USED CARS Name In ulilih ansoa..ud
Co.Of SHOP TILES ft PAINT Jonnph A. Wvlvll
!.*! a Main G&in..vtJle Motor Repair All of Hula property bi'lnic, In 1 1j

GarfnenvUle Inc. NORTON BULTACO Ih.. the County ut Bradford

Phone 378-2136 Repairtng-R.wtndlrlg DUCATI BRIDGE8TONtIMOT41ROVpLIlIl!! S"tJ.t' ..of.a ( lurlclu.L'nl such: e.c.-tll'liat or j .: ;;6l,b td* spar!Coupe'' .

rUCNTKOTB!: TILE ccrtlflcateii nliull !I... rcduon.' d
New and
nurdlnff' to law the property
Vinyl-Vinyl AafceHoi. duxirlued In Hush: ,inrtltluulv
Tropical Pontiac, WORK GUARANTEED Complete Service Parts or certificate* will b.. cold. to
Floor DYldahiug Product. the hlffhent bidder ut tit* ,
New Used .
machine In stock
Inc. 1030 S. Main GlniviU court house door on the first
Phone 3T2-831S bay Financing1 Term DURALITti PAII'i1'-' : :Monday In month of :NoMiqbr. ; -
TRUCK OMC CENTERPONTIAC' Available 19 8. which I* U.., 7th "ul'
GYM FINISH it November, I'lUU.I .
FARM EQUIPMENT S24 N.W. 8Mi. Ave. I.itod thin SU lay' <>t l ctu-
I l < ', !><..'
De N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Gainesville 378-34M 1S1.tLt

372-2SS3 Tenney.Til I & Paint Char.... A. l>....by.
Santa Fe Tractor, MOVERS. ri.rk of Clroult Court of .:rud.

CRANELINOOLNMEHCrRT Inc. 333 N.W. .th SCCainairtlle lord l County Florida. e .,
e Long Distance Mortar 37I-1.-5OJ 10/117 /

[ !roan Local Drayage' .. the. Court of tfco Cnmtr.In
Alt OTbed Sates Service ,'Storage Packing Pntfng. .*, Bradford ('u...,.. ....1...- i
Galneurille Tractors A Implement hi.. !. Prokat. .
IIOS EX Unlveraity Phone 31 ..4Z61Crane' Farm Ford Industrial Machinery Shipping I I. ref: Estate of With bright bold grille styling to wood. extend a| A graceful, sweeping new roof line, gently doping
TRAVELHouse ImmAtt: K. Dnreaee.lre
Ferryman. 1
All rrrdl'or. .... P...".'. *around tb e front lenders Wear window and M interior you'I& j jatat lava to. .eel
Imports LANDROVER 4 Wheel Drive FRBS! ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S .,....... lalmn. .T U........

Volvo (Mercede -Ben ) SALES. PARTS SERVICB MOVING .\.....*. Maid K+mtri MOM comfort DeW wldJ toeS
You and each of you are
rIA-HILL3U.N Imruky notified and r..qulr..dl to W
4488 N.W. Sixth G.inerf111. & Storage, Inc. of Travel present. any claim and demands Impcxyred Veering eneke* cucieersag see nelr

1201 N. Main Oalresvllle which you. or either of you .
372-4373 Phone 378-2543 3340 N.E.!: WaJdo M. INC. may have aaalnt the estate of New-type body mow** ghpe yo. a tlmoal5r, qaictar iniece's :
Phone Emmett K. Parrymnn d..o.....
Gainesville 372-4271 ,.11. late of laid County. to the an e-track: Mcreo *r tena J'OG' CM ceded BO-mioute tape teed

GARDEN !SUPPLIES ,County Jude. of Bradford C Add oar fully automatic Cocnrortroa besting and air conditioning.
AtrrOSALVAGB ,MUSIC AIRLINES! 'County! Florida at hl. office
In the court house of Hald Coun Enoy| new driring wide a eonepseteiy eatyied aetrument panel.laacoriou t
Johnson & Faris Inc. ty at tltarke. Florida within
LIPHAM MUSICCo. STBAMSH1PI- I mix calendar month.* from the interiorW You tvondet.where J'OC' Caring room leave .# and your !ImpjU begin. .
R. R.I! time of the first publication of '.
Paul's Auto
Compute Line altSEED Inc. f' thl nutl'.... Each claim or demand GM-developed energ.-abototbi. eterring ooluste.a .

W. Buy Wrecked Cars At SPWNTSloaeetkfdesPet Hotels I Carl I ._..*.1 hall state nhnll b the,, 'In pluiot writing, renl-apd. Seat belt.; front end rear, with posUwHoa bu
TOP PRICES : 8uppawFERTILIZERS VAL, LIPHAM drnre and pout ol'fl. ad'IroHM Now... at your Chevrolet dealer' .
Weekday S:3: is 1:11: of the claimant and Mall, h.. "

Afl Make Model 1 PIANOS( OROANS-DRtJMS worn to by the claimant, hi.agent. _--- -, ---- ___no ,- \
tied' Part 'We Rent Fertilizer"' Spreaders' Guitar and Amplifier Sat. > to It.341S men .claim hid attorney or demand, l and not any"no O9,'1ft""

Teletype Service--We Will 224 If,W. ath Ave 8HJ1'1lDT'XU8IO filed eMit be void.

:rind Part For You. W. University Ave. lei LOIS PEnRY f.\." .
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Sgt. Al Maier

New RecruiterFor '
Starke _
Area _

Staff Set. Al Mater to toM r I r

new Army recruiter for .
.lit.rke! ant- vicinity, repUcIjjfr M.
Master.; Sgt. Oeorge Find' FLAi Qi IftlbJ W *>
ley.: who has been transferred f
to' oeorgiaSgt. GOOD THRU VM WEEKEND>

Armed Forces for 16 years ; "rooptqP ,
H*'Is a veteran of the Korean -av -

War and recently returned f "WHoit
ffofn Viet "Nam where 'he

months with the.1st lAGGED
cavalry Division.

J I Sgt. Maier Is located at the ?
t J electlve Service Office In

Starke; each Thursday from ..

ip a. m. to 2 p. m. lie will be

tfUd to talk to any young: w:1:
inert and explain what the I
Arfay has to Y_
: offer them.

,4 Army' recruiter ,may also efALL PURPOSEAPPLES '
lie reached in Room 319 of

the Federal Building in -

GI J1HvUle.is 376-7721 The, phone, number 1 f 1. SAVE 59(: FOOD FAIR LEAN FRESH

< ?gt. Maler lives in Oe neo l- i +

rtlle with his wife. and two

#ay.you write., cOme Ia and '
!rtpct ;your favorite. ESTEtt- t

AooK RAPR fountain .per TELl!:

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-,| 8..aled bid 'will bO:, received 1 \ IB '
Ui the Office of BtidneiM. Man. C oo
are,:. Ftorldp State. .Prlon $
;fox HI. Kwlford.. 'fnr"' the ptiralthlng .} t
and Inotalllnir of dra l e
A"rl.a In Superintendent'; :
:.Residence: >
Florida Stat.
J'rldnnup 'Id 'and not' late \ i. LB. LIMIT I 3 LBS.
;, : A. M 18 October '
.IU&> '

:e.n*from draperleemay the ......... .fffe be procured ,. 1-? i,. WITH FOOD ORDER
". 10Zt' 10/1 :!I .H. PKG.
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A ND. 1I .

,AREA \n. II-
CITY. 'OP "T.UK 1'':. KI.OHIK1received /
alEALED PJtOf..IM..f.H will he FRIES
by the city Clerkty, |
of eUarke. .
Florida until 7.0U:
l>in. (I Eastern: standard. Time. .) 4
on October I U. I'lritl! and pub.
licly opened thereafter at the I I A I 1
epectal City Coum-ll) Meeting. to A25c.
b. held on that date for addi .; ; :
tion and lmproenientft to themunicipal
anltary Hewerage
.yetem. comiKtlng of 8-Inch .

gravity underground ewpm..ewage. one complete pumping lYb

station and force main. I
All work performed. hull. be i1r
In accordance with the plan., w i
peclftcatlon and contract doc
ument pertaining thereto f.
which may be. examined at the
.office of the City fieri. city
.Btarke, Florida and -.,at tb.
office( of .. ,
Reynold t>n>lth and
HUla. Ardhltecls and Kn.lneera,
4019 Boulevard Center.
Poet Office. Box 4810). Jackaonvllle .
Florida Plan and : .
epeclflcatlon. may be purcJia- t e ,
*d from Reynold, Smith
Hill for the Hum of $800 per SOUTHERN MADE ,
et, the com of one net of plan. 'o ,
and l peclflcarlona will be r*.. 4

lore fundable who eubmlt to General bona fide Contrac bid*. ; U.S. no 1. WHITE IRISHPOTATOES
upon return In good condition N +
within ten (10) day after bid .GRITSor MEAL > ,
opening. Individual cople of
.the.. peclflcatlona and partial .. v
.t. of drawing be ;
for |$.00 per copy and p :
I refundable 10.SO per. .sheet respectively, not : ::1"

I A Bid Bond properly executed I.., .
: by the Bidder and by a Quail*

i fled Surety. check or on a any.certified Nationalor orcaahler' 5 e'x:; ), \ ,,: I

I State Bank In a sum not ..".> .
!I. than five percent ((5%) ol /.. ; ;; :"t.
th. amount bid. made payable ,\/ ,
to the City of Htarke. Floridamu.t ( ., "" '. \
LB. '! \, .,, >4' f,.
accompany each bid a. aguarantee "
that the Bidder Will C r&.':: ... .. "aI... .. i.. .
not withdraw from the competition .. 1-1. .r .
after. opening the bid. BAG' :. :
and In the event the. contract ... ; .l/. .
I* awarded to the Bidder, h. .. ,. .j 20
will within ten ((10) daya Z
thereafter, enter Into contract LIMIT OF EACH I :
'and furnish the '
required bond ,
.falling which h. shall forfeit 'WITH FOOD ORDER .. r'B\ I
.depoelt a. liquidated damage. < i ;
The. Bid Bond and Performance d : t.,: .
Bond are required to be secured I ., ; ;: ( \' BAG
from an .agency. of the .. k. ,: t
aurety :
tj1t'ti. -
; ,, '
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or Insurance company which, .. w v.1
agency .ball have' an eatabJlehed '... .: <
place. of bunlne* In the rtJ. Ii. .Ij' .. : WT .f s .
State. of Florida, and b.. duly J : .. ;k',' '., /

"therein.licenced. to conduct buelne "..'*..**.*",(-. .....'" ......."'td- lIMIT-1] WITH FOOD OR DER.

Each bid elicit. be addreei .'- '
to the .City Council. City 01 !at,
.rutrke, Florida and marked
I t '8wage Pumping "Htatlon.' Force ;
data. and Gravity Hewer to -1'lry
Herve Area No. Id JnduMrlaPark '. ,
City of Btarke.: Florida'. .
: 'and delivered to the office o"ihe
'. Clerk City of Htarke.
City : APPLE
{ Florida' 'either by a r.pt..llt. 1 ,,1.e
Clve. of the Bidder who ..IaallI
I obtala a. receipt therefore, ol y
4 by registered mall with, return
...,el4>t requeated. :
f The City r*.irvea the rightto
w *.tve InformalUle. i Inajiy PI ES I
? bid .to reject any o* all
bid. In whole or In part with
or without ;o*u"' and/or tow ,
,.cc..t the bid that In It. 1tF
I Tjudgment. will bet' for the belt T
IntereVt o r. the City of tltar..... .
>lorlda.j r <.*V
Of THE : 8"
"B-. JI..rd! Edward r
D'! *cite- Clerk.. ....
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