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 20, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03709
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;Murjorle. Dow ling and Jerri ;Mooty, (from .Inlt) : iiiy .\iulrrt\s. Rapt| .\. .1. Thomas. Jr.. : : p.m. A well amid Hiirroiiiullntr, gn>UI'| nf mhlIrers. Incliiillng. former Con-

Mho UMHlitted In registering. out. of town KUentM.. Sheriff' I' 1). Kwldlxh, uiul Democratic nominee' | ) : l ilniie. with u II'r..uul IAirtcii" ; with t trademark bow tla.YC. .

for State Senate, fete ilbnon.. ,- ... ._n .s:
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It was "High Time" in Bradford County Monday masse. A pretty, blonde feat- ,; : A. H
night when Democrats from six counties gathered at ure writer from The Miami ) I;. Patten
I the Starke State Farmers Market for North Florida's Ileiald described the scene Jr., as well

biggest bash of the current campaign.Before as the "most colorful" rallyof county ,

the curtaIn rang High's campaign.
down at 9 j p. m., an estimated If a bomb had dropped Bradford's native son ; member was given of
crowd of 3.500 had: [Heaven foibld: ) !In the mid- Commissioner of Agriculture : Demo-
-Heard iJtr&onable Democratic dle of the market platform Doyle Connor said the gath F------ -
nominee for Governor six Florida: counties would ering proved that the day of of
Robert King Hlgh plug installment have been without! sheriffs the traditional political rally committee C
> payment of ad val- Tuesday morning to say "has not paj.sed" anj declared \ ,
event ex:
orem taxes, and ballots for i.othlng of assorted: circuit the turn-out here second
18-year-old; judges representatives", and only to the one staged at to everyone it

Backed", In.he\ smile of senators, and 1 various other Hialeah Racetrack, which \ making not have Hw.
\ his attractive wife, Faith; county officials.TV drew an estimated! 24,000. the
J i. Consumed 1 1,800 poundsof cameras: rolled, flash Conner pledged, unqualified Democrats
fried mullet! 5.200 soft bulbs popped a pair of don- support to High and those! .I
i drinks, some 10.000, hushpup- keys patrolled; the area wear- urged all Democrats to get to counties as of .
pies and 800 pounds of cole Ing High shins( and counU'ymusic out and work for a great vIctory 1 Clay, and a .
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slaw to say: nothing of bakedf partially drowned out on November 8.ConlO'essman said. ,. '" '', '
s beans gilts. and gallons of the hub-bub people create Don Fuqua to : JCANDIDATE ,11; :
steaming> coffee. when they get together en fresh from Washington gave k !! ."' .. ..
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p BRADFORD makes a point during hls- P' ..M..' 1.. I jI.. ;
here !Monday :
brief speech \: .
night Demonstrating his .rfA" '1 '. ,:
versatility he also joined 1'' .:\\t.... ; ..
In chorus of a gospel IiOnK' v -loJ: 1.:
with hillbilly band providing t 'i-.....
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I : W I'. How ninny peoplt .attrmlml tin l big political! rally here Mon-

I I' ". .",';.'1.'.:' ( .. dory night d..p..1| l l on vv hat newspaper.. you read., or which
,. .' .I ,.I...,..:."; 'i : ..';. New Budget; political. 1 party you belong, to.

..1\\'.1 .. weekend.'i} -'I'h. (!JalncM\IIM. Sun ctttlnmtwl. the crowd at I.OOO.)

,. N '. BidsThe -Tlii* Ju'k., ..""ille Journal, settled] for 2,000.)
3 Accepts % =Tlip Floriilu Tlmiti-t'iilon mentioned no niimlmni but

quoted a Mx>uker 114 saying. It woo wcontl only to lllal..ah'.

Starke City Council ( for 21,111)0.)
Tuesday night unanimously : County -IxiciU Kirk Tortes' who said they posted 1 counters at thj

adopted a new budget:! for the Defense rally gates, would. concede only 1,800.

seal year a:-.ding September : : that the -The Tcli-grapliN. guess. based. on the amount of foudco..n..un".I
30. 1967, that was well within : : been !set ) |: 3,500:
the antlcipat"d Income of : .
I $814.759 1 been vacant
The adopted version con- I Carl Rob- Farm Forester Kirk And HighHeadquarters
tained total spending/ of $6.43992
To New Job
$891.505.. leaving a balanceof : eptor!: and
$3.253 T'i"'! Council decided : commo- Now In Business
; Robot Read., farm foresterfor
at an earlier meeting to program J.
Bradford and Clay Counties
r pun that imount In the un- serving as Supporters of both gubernatorial -
I has' b-e i named NeIghborhood -
nppi opnuted surplus fund durIng the nomInees Robert
Youth Corps director -
Starke Postal Employees Cited which will b? needed:! to take for \the Florida Forest King High. and Claude
care of varlouc: proJects Including applicants Kirk- have headquarters: :! offices -
Service in Tallahassee it was
utility service for the .- signed in Starke and plan
Starke Postmaster T. C Only seven such citationswere vocationaltechnical/ trainIng ) announced last week. stepped up activities during
Hazen [center] received a presented at the last He will begin his new
center and the new arm- Council the remaining; two weeks of
Citation for Excellence Mon national convention In St. :! duties!! In Tallahassee on November -
day on behalf of Starke postal Louis ''Mr Manley said. oryThe Council also acceptedbids I Commls- 1 A replacement for the Kirk campaign.headquarters the

employ '!*'. Only those communities from four construction I Jerome the office here has not yet first to open. Is located at
Presenting the award b P. whose postal facilities have companies for the buildingof 1 Page Two I been announred./ 121 South Walnut St., and Is

C. Manley (dtghtl.! postal received superior ratings in a pumping: elation, gravity ; staffed by Mis. Marian Oar-
tj f.eivice officer of the Atlanta rigid Inspections by regional sewers! and force main, all in !: _. land! The telephone numberis
Region. Also present was postal officiaL are eligiblefor the Indu trJ'1: Park. The .. 964-1201
Elmer J.lackey! !left!1.. the citation. bids. ranging: from $30,000 Hlsh! headquarters was
buildings manager of the The evaluation takes Into to $37.000, wr( turned overt J1 rile! opened Wednesday at 390 N.
Central: Service Administration consideration such factors as the city engineering' firm Temple. The phone numberIs
for North Florida. unusually attractive grounds, of Reynolds Smith ft Hill: of '' 964-6105.
The citation was given clean and bright lobbies
Jacksonville for their recommendations Supporters of both candidates -
for "outstanding maintenance well-kept; walls and other may obtain campaign
and cur?" of the Starke physical rurroundlngs: removal The city's auditing procedures )I supplies at tl.ese location
postal facility and Is a distinction of hazards: to safety were brought up again
that is earned by and a wide range of similar when Mayer Randal:! Chitty
few postofflc-fs in the nation. efforts reflecting a well-run asked If the' Council Intendedto Fifty AttendFundRaisine

post office. pursue an earlier Inquiry !
The citation is awarded on bv th"'Itv/ to Clarence
SUPPORT YOUR recommendation by the Assistant O'Neill retired, Director of Fi- : Dinner For Hill
V Postmaster General nanre for the City of Gainesville !
for Facilities concerning the city's About 50 persons attended -
GIRL SCOUT; Special mention: was mae:! auditing procedures. l< a fund-I alslnll' dinner
of the recent extensive landscaping -
Clerk! Merrill Edwards asked for Republican congressional
and ornamental why the Counril Intendedto
candidate Harold l:! Hill Tues-
planting of the post office the matter.
pursue "
GATEWAY COUNCIL aRobert Holiday Inn.
grounds v hlch has done day night ht
Mayor CMtty reminded
much to enhance the beautyof Hill !said! his; candidacy was
Edwards of the council's derision -
ANNUALFUND the facility. to contact an expertIn 5 "dedicated to the promise to
cltv finance and auditing stop LBJ" He said the word
Scouts EnioyWeekend procedures following:; a critical "Democrat" has lost Its old
CampThe auditing report on the : meaning and called for the
) support of people who want

following: Boy Scoutsof city.The Council agreed: that "to get: the 'government off

November 1.10 Troop 70. accompanied by after guidelines were set. O'- E. Allen their backs master of
their Scoutmaster. David Neill would he asked to review / Eldent.1ti'ews.: .
Montgomery held a camp- the cltv's auditing procedures ) Manager At Market ceremonies State Introduced Committeeman RepUblican --

Your Help Is Needed out at Camp Montgomery make recommendations Kennetn Hagar and Re-
Silver how to improve the
Friday night and ilslted on .
Jr.. 33 Is eerlng graduate and was publican candidate! for the
Springs and Six Gun procedures and to supervise ,
manager employed at Rand in Commission< ,
Sperry Clay County
This Space Contributed Territory on Saturday. the Implementation) of these
Farmers Gainesville before(! acceptingthe Walter Manhart.
Weekly to Publicize I>> Making the trip were recommendations:! provided
on the position here. Tom Slada Jr. Republican
Stanley: Gav. Dick Torode. they are aporoved by the ?
Community Events by He Is married to the for- candidate for the State Sen-
Gerald OiMfM. Woodrow Council.
The Beach. mer Betty McCallum of ate In Duval County was
CommunityState OrlffU. Randal Zlpperer. The critical audit report
has lived In Gainesville. They have two scheduled to speak but could
Robin Mulltru.:' Kbble Knight was also the basis of Coun-
Bank motion : of his life. children. Anne 7 and Scotty. not attend because of A con

-........- terson Marce, Crawford.and Jerry Buddy Lee, Pat- cilman[Continued Nell On Tucker's Page Two] He Ja an agricultural: englo- JL. -- :. .__*.: flict.. __' .. ._,


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PAG'; TWO toronn roiryrv TEi.rr.itm.: !STARKK. n.onm mrnsn, OC'T.2..:..- 1000F
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Mrs R. A. Newsom visited! Mrs Oscar Thomas of wrong In every category S. part of thin campaign\ and !961-28(15( : for complete: nforinn-
F I. Gainesville the week- Rosenberg make contributions duping the i lion
!Mrs J. A. Howe and Mr and spent This sta'rinent! prompted I

Mrs. R. E Mathews In Lakeland end with Mrs. Eve Baldwin. sharp comments from the Final Rites I Nov. 1-10 dl'lvo.Defensive ADULT) ElJtCATIONChASSES "HOLD
the past week. Chief Lyle Anderson of Council that the city is not AT KOUT1IS1DC
W. H. Norman! attendedthe Norfolk Va. I Iz visiting his In competition with anyone Driving

Scottish Rite ceremonyat mother Mrs Alice Anderson, else in hiring Its personnel Held MondayFuneral Adult Ecluaatkm: Classes EVE YTIUNG
the Temple In Jacksonville for a week. In, other business, the Course ScheduledThe are held at ISouthslde Elementary .

GLADYS MOOTY on Saturday. Mrs. W. E. Wllcox and council: services for Samuel Bradford Extension School i on Tuesdayand
County -
Phone 964-0651 Guy Sale president of the Mrs. Lily M. Edwards of Fort Granted a request by an lo enbergr. 79, owner and operator Homemakers Council han Thinsimights: from 7
- Florida Association of Sanitarians LAuderdale were visiting Mr. employee in the clerk's office of Rosenberg's Store In to '9 i P. m., UP to the 8th
voted to
sponsor an eighthourcourse
!!, held a board meetingIn and Mrs. H M. Rleharde and to have her raise dropped Starke were held Monday In In Defensive Driving Grade. There Is no tuition
Mr. and! Mc E. L. Matthewson buditet. Estes-Krauss Funeral HomeIn charge, and (books are provided r
tars Merrill Edwards of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby Orlando last Thursdayand : iront the new as a council project for the r
Starke. her mother, Mrs H. were in Lansing Mich, last Friday. Wednesday and Thursday Directed the City Attor- Jacksonville with Rabbi corning year. .

O. Jtferow of Tampa and her week visiting; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs John Benny ney, Qeorze: Pierce to drawa Jerome Llpnick and Rev. A. ( This 15
sister, Mrs James Kinchen Bill Dansby. Sapp and family of Daytona Mrs X. M Smith and city ordinance specifically !Marlon of .the Jacksonville adults (course teenagers requires Included) LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST ;

of Jlacksonvllla will visit Mr. Mrs T. D. Dyal spent from ,' Beach visited his parents. daughter Teril spent the requiring\ the city to have a Jewish Center officiating.Mr. I!and a registration fee of $2 CHURCH'
and Mrs. Edwin Howard and Thursday to Saturday In Mr and Mrs Carl Sapp weekend with her parents yearly budget; Clerk Edwards Rosenlberp died Sunday I' for the course. Citizens of Sunday School( 10 a. m .
family In West Palm Beach Ocala with Mrs. W. R. Britt.. Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Bolden pointed out that the city In a Starke hospital after I I.c- Bradford County are urged to Morning Worship 11 a. m. .b .

oval the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams and Mrs. Bruce Mat- in Opalocku./ does not have one at present. log in ill health for some ''time. :I I take this opportunity to improve Evening Worshtp! 8 p. m., trWw _
Mr and Mrs. Herbert and children of Gainesville hews and family of Gainesville Misses!! Phyllis Haddock. -AuthorIzed bids on two I He was a native of Rumania I'' their driving Player Meeting, Wednesday:

Thomas and daughter. Kathleen were Sunday visitorsof were visiting Mr. and Dee Walters and Linda Kay new police cars: 9.000 feet of I coming to Jacksonville. .in 1912. If interested, call! the Coun- 8 p. m.; Sing each Friday at

were In Winter Park Mr and Mrs. T. C. Chas- Mrs. Gail Mathews Sunday! I Holton attendel\ :! the Letterman pipe to repair an under- He came to Starka in 1016 1923 I ty Home Demonstration office 8pm. Rev. Harvey Lane +
the weekend visiting Mr. tain. Mr. and :Mis Dewayne Mc- performance at the around drain at the end: of and resided here until DOS tor.
and Mrs. Charles Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vickers Rae of Jacksonville visited Coliseum on Tuesday night Monroe Store t and Highway: when. he moved to Plant until City 1939. I II
2 Mrs. W M. Wlmberly of and son cf Gainesville their parent Mr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs. L. E. Jordanof 301: and hospitalization Insurance where he remained I

Lakeland It visiting Mrs. A. were Saturday guests of Mr. George/ Huspr'ns; and Mr. and Ovieda Mid Mis. Thelma for city employees. Smce his home that In time Stiike.he had where made heoperated CARRY T HE BALL !

P ;Sauls for several days. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. Mrs. Robert( MrRae, Sunday. Mendoza :and Miss Gloria Heard a request bv A. L his business.

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk Mi and Mis M W. Cres- "Mrs W. B. Mundv and Mrs. Johns of Jacksonville were Crosby Jr. that the city pro- > his widow

anjl (granddaughter. Lisa sler( spent last week with Mr .1 B. Sapp v.rrp visiting Mis. Sundiv vilsto-1 of Mrs. Carrie vide pedestrian markings on Mrs.Surviving Fannie are Rosenberg of -..ma.as.ar
Cressle Jean Mundy In Tallahasseeover Ritch and Miss Annie heavily traveled:: streets. This
Rttftlsh.) and Mrs. Ervin Andrews :and Mrs. Charles W. Starke; two daughters. ;Mrs
and the weekend Darby. would prevent! cars from We're AimingTo
and sons attended the In Calhoun Ga, Capt. Charlotte: Roannbeig( ol Tallahassee -
Waite Farms rodeo In Chlef- I :Mrs! W. K. Booth at For Mrs. L. C. Adam!! .of Bed, :Mr. and Mrs Billy Moore blocking a person from cross- and Miss Uellu Rosen Have A

:land on Saturday. Walton Beach, and sightseeIng ford Lake and Mrs 14. H I and! farrfllv! nl :Madison wer'S'llldl1'1 Ing n street CrosbY said berg of J Kingsley Lake;
:Mr and Mrs. W H. Cherry in the Smoky Mountains Watson of Daytona Beach \ Visitors' of Mr. and -Directed the city attorney son Leon Rosenberg cf Jacksonville ROUNDUPOf
of took Carl Wnt=on' to Tyndal Mf-sJ Ffed Bennett to clarify; \ n city ordinance
R. Norman
Pembroke Ky were guests Mrs. Annie and three' gi.unit I Illicit -
of: Mr and Mrs J. H, Du- Jacksonville is Usltlna! her AFB In Panama[ City over Dave"Paulk and Reddish as t to( who would be 'en. I Members"October.
PEe several days last week brother and sl tel'InlawMI' the weekend Andrews iveiIn! Ocala Fri- required" to tiny a ub-con-

*.Mle vision* friends here and Mis H. M: Rleharde. Marc Jackson has returned day attending the sale of tractor's license In the city Fund

Mis Cherry Is the former for !several df. 's. from National Guard TrainIng race horses In the Doyle Girl Scout Is

Miss! Dorothy Ross Mr. and ?Mrs. Joe Bakken camp r* Fort Bliss, El Conner pavilion! CD Director's Raising Qrive

.).fr. and Mrs. Virgil Morrs- I Jr spent the weekend with Paso Texas Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L11Ian: Phillips of
Jackson visited her parents Like Cltv was visiting her Set For Nov. 1.10 ROUNDUPMonth. .
on and son of Leesburg/ spent! \Irs.V. M Wlmberly In
tn> weekend with Mr. and Lakeland Mrs. Wlmberly returned Mr and Mrs II. E. Smith In sister. Mrs Bertha Pearce Salary To Be Cut The man who carries the hall to a I touchdown
:Mayor:I< Randal Chitty has gets* a lot of help from the 4 other ton
airs Henry Morrison while with the Bakkens to Wllllston over the weeken:: over the weekend .
envoute hone from a hunting i ::islt her -.stcr l Mrs A F. !Mrs\ Lee Fitch and dl1u h- :Mis\ E. K. Ferryman accompanied [Continue! From Pane One I accepted, the post' of Bradford members of the team. Teamwork i iy"i equally -
In the
chiiirmnn fund
trip n Wyoming. Sauls. for ,eveial dayes ter. Mrs. Marie Lennardson! Mr and Mrs County important in financial matters. We at *
several to be conducted October 30th
Johns indicated raising campaign Is
and son. John of St. Fiu: Comer Perryman to St. Petersburg the Community State Hank would like to
the Girl
by Gateway
weeks that the starting
Minn. the last ago
spent past ten and Sarasota
r Scout Council in this join your "Team" and help in
you every
director would be
not paid a'
days with Mrs. Fitch'sdaughter Wednesday ThursdayThe ROUNDUPDay.
Red Hot Pork!{ Sale! :Mrs.% J. C. Fogg Comer Perrymans also much as Ronerts was making Nov 1-10. .practical way to achieve jour financial
The Council covers 1 15: (counties -
and family. spent the weekend with Mrs. Shiner asked\ the applies goals. Why not come in talk it over. .

Mrs. 0, L, Haynes Jr.. has I Perry man. nts to reply by October 20 ranging from Jacksonville
to Cedar Key, and Includes !
returned from three week Mrs. Tyler Jones gave a indicating vhether or not
Sullivan's S Ikt.) visit with her brofher-ln-law family birthday party Sun- they were still Interested in 11.6BO ScouLt'IS9.68: girls
l the and 1,975 adult woikers. Approximately Pine Level
and sister. Dand Mrs Car day lor Mr Jones at their job at the reduced salaryA 150 of these gll'18.and ..
Fromhagen !In Cleanrater I home. The 18 guests attending total of ten applicants OWNED-HOME OPERATED:
Mrs. D. C Forehand and Included Mr. and Mrs sinned: up for the lob originally 11 adults are In. Bradford !

SOUTH ON IIWY. 100 Mrs. Bessie Orace of Aiken, S but rice that time County Church
Albany Charles!! Godfrey of Baptist
Mayor will be assisted The
Chitty State BankOF
Francis W. Mrns has withdrawn Community
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY Ga. are guests of Col. and C. and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. his in the campaign by a i committee -
Mrs. T. T Jr ? Gainesville and application.The
Long Green o
Hi 100 W.
composed of :Mrs: Har- way
Miss Gei-alcllne Gay or relatives from Callahan and City Council recently STARKE
Fresh} Pork Shoulders lb. 35c FSU was home for the ",rek- their families withdrew Its! support of the old resslonal Godwin gifts, business chairman' and; J.pn K" I). l I.. Ramsey, I'as: I orBeaunfy ;
end:! Mrs. Charles Godfrey and program aftr( Commission MEMBER\ F. D. I. C.
Tomlinson, audit Ser.'lnr'om
; -
Chairman Johns I
Miss Vlfli'ln' Ravsor Of children of Aiken S. C. are declared! an's Club arrangement Mi; ,
I St. PNer b'n'a was thp week < 'iiitin" her\ parents Mr and was the responsibility of the
Jerome' Johns, ;MIH, .
TD: > publicity< :
:Fresh Side Pork lb. 39c und eurst of Mi and Mis E Mrs Tyler! Jones this week Council director to npmtnt! th'new V. J. Spengler, advisor; and a ...
> D. Tenly. Lnral admittances' to and declined t-
Mi and Mrs John Gl' enp"iltl'd Bradford\ \ Countv Hospital' Tlve the Cltv i voice In mak- {toup:Money: of rained will help fin Your Home

Milid- :Mrs' H. L sits week IncludeInman: D ing the sslsr'Jon( : ace the organization whicingentlv

Backbone or Ham lb. 49c Chanrev In Y/a"l\ Isca\ and :Mv ""een Matt\ Moraan. Mrs needs<\ adi'.tlona!

nnd Mis W O. Lnmbprt In "1n*\ :\IIIeVIHlnms.. Luther ?ip Code Cards Scout Troops, provide tiaimr: i For Fall With

"" (',,,port Ri-hev over the I Powell, Mis Fllen M. Bur- Are Mailed Out for volunteer leaders! main 1 ,

Ib. 59c weekend "oti' b Q Aired, UnderwoodVan :! (ins Camp Chov\cnvm\\ at These Superb Values! .
Spareribs, I Mr and Mrs. Snmmv Warren C. McCr'U'y.II'S.! LossiT Starting the week lette Jieen Cove Springs, and main
and s->.i of Drcatur.! Ga ,. Cst rt!'r. Mr Annie W carriers and clerical employees irimitive camps and day

spent the weekend" with Mis Johnson! Alanson C. Ellis of I the various !camps in the are It iilno pio-,

: Fla. Pork Chops lb. 69c W T Gill and Airs! Louise Oriffls. all deliver a card postofflce'will t<\ ever' vides professional) staff 'iis. nance )F-

Bert Nevrmta of Camden of. StArke: Mrs. Alma JanWl'terson residence or residential pos to volunteers. and the ___ .
N J. was vi-it-iin t his par( nts '' and :Mrs Nettlen office box holder RMrlr ncilitleH "f a i c"ndl, fflci- ''CONTESSA' _________
Mr unit :\fl''' n S New comb Stnrlin"! o' Lawtev MavK < Postmaster T. C. and materials for Girl I Scouts' .
Hazen sal
Smoked Bacon Ib 59c on Saturday! an* Sunday Moonevhflm of Keystone yesterday twelve dollars is the ,ipn|" "xi. ,;
while at Cape; Kennedy on Heights; and Charles W Each card will have aotr nate cost for each Scout pal 100% COTTON .

business rjprtoiof P' lford'. for addresses! ear
that the housp
Mr. ans :Mrs\ L. C, S-nltr-! :Mr and Mrs L. D. Vlnln ,.. TUFTEDBEDSPREAD
hnirvr nK "zl-T1Pc1." After The Gill Scouts", of Bridlorrtbounty WE ALSO HAVE BEEF & CHICKEN and dau ht..: )Beth, of Ver" 'nd Mi and Mrs. J. C. Vln- olacinqr their unnoded addresses :: and all Gateway t Cam

Beach spent the weekend' Inz of PMitka spent the on the cars.:! preferably '11 membe-s are helping CJ.i
CUSTOM: with Mrs H"i.iv O'Hara "pkend with .T W. Tlmmer- printed they may b Scouts of the USA to elebi.n.

Mr and Mis: R. E. Sewl'U man in Stockton, Oa and ironned Into any letter box He first half. centinv. of sei-
Butchering For Deep Freeze of Lumbermen N. C are\ !'I also!! visited :Mrs Timerman or returned to the letter car lice to the nation.

spending, ten clays with then in the lio son end clau<:htel'-ln-Iaw Mr anti:! Mrs. Gilbert Gold-! will add th"
SAVE SAVE SAVE ON MEATS! appropriate Zlr ..
:Mr and :Mi.s Call Sewl'l1. I t"e were visiting! Mr and Cotes'
nnrfturn the card Individually tlyUd in _otrt R
I "1'< Ashlev GoHwire In to the mailer k
decorator colon. Never Deeds .s
W'\vrl'o Oa over the weekend "No
hostage is needed. k nio9. Thickly luftcd.
Ha.yen advises ,
Little Both Shiner. datiuhr -
comp'etlnii the cards CUTFUEL
THE ur '" of Mr and Mrs!! J. W only the sire! '' njdress an"'

eHiner i is, a 1 ratlent In the city and state are require: I The Dual Bedspread'SPLANKET' t ,
Unl'E'l'oltvpracal:\ Center:: Indhlriiiil' 1
OF THE !names should no
'Tr end :Mis Ed Tread- be listed"Pleise.
1'11.ft.' .. and Airs Dirk :Marin Include BILLS
a returrnrldrpw
and Mr and Mrs Bud I on the front of the
YEAR! nE'.tt. pf **ount Dnra: WCI'PCnndllV curds so tin t rnov ho r.ff'lv -" 7.99By
: visitors of Mr and I
: returned to "
1 # Mrs' B. H PnearsTruliv !. postmaster said: you, the I upto50/ Day A Beautiful Bedspread1*,

Pinhol"ter of Biook- Additional! cads: ar avail By Night A Warm Thermal Blanket ,
T has been Bdmlft-d to the IMP Tf the, ,
sinrlcr Nur -tnt' Ilnmc j jAtr voltMayor's postofflce tha'serves A warm thermal blanket at night, r'' A+1'

and Mi"- '..-.NI Mennell jr.t a beautiful b.d covering foe +
Kited( his brother. Barry day. Gorgeous solid colors.. Pie --

Honnett' In SI Vincent's Court \ aM shrunk; wathabla.

ONLY LEFTNEW i Hospital Sauday nl ht. 4 .
Tli follow( Inn! caseser -- -
c1l'.posir' 1 | of In ELEGANTLY TAILORED
Mayor's: Court
;[ Council OK'siNew I Tuesday night: A .

1966 FORD GALAXIESThis Wm. L Lnnforrl.: disorder r READY TO HANGDRAPES. !

I Iv conduct bv flahtlne: voluntary 1 1a' .

Will Clean Out Our '66 Models And Budget I or 15 days.Intoxication $80 fin 'i '

I Kilns Flicking.! dLqor 'erl i

,We Are Offering Them At Fantastic Re- 'I (Continue! From rlll: One I conduct bv riahtln voluntary \
Intoxication $00 bow
not to raise the cle!k's salary 101
ductions Not Just Savings BUT from B.210 to J
: a year :Mehin. Davis disorder-! r t; a ,, ; 29o599
I s
In earlier
an meeting on the conduct bv flihtlnor. .y '"
,. ,... .., ; proposed bucteet ,--

:- \ m:, '. ::Qf. .. [g. :.p. I Tucker explained his position condu.-t Hampton:: by disorderlv fighting with the all new ,, ,1tt = 48x63 43x84
.,. -j'. -- I by referrina to the audit .2750
'" c r: __ -_ report and saving. "I can't Leslie FUEL SAVING t, .N .L t 1 di ot* from a large mortm
.. Oeorue Green ds! + y i of Bn. '
o ( I see (giving:; tile clerk a raise orderly conduct bv cutting ,++ r' fabrics insulat.d.tyl.4r ..
Q" "
: '' r y + Included lovely' solid colon plus
> unless the next audit
j. t report with
knit. and
-: ". I flight to Si* thi rtvoiutionary I
a. floral and modem .
j.. .' '".,,1 ImJ'j. shows! that everything;\ in avoi-) arrest $103 fine or 20 prints titt ta 4
""""'-o/i/; ',,! ; : ,.....( lordfr.! I days / t wr.r.r .......
I ,
Councilman Jimmy McRap, i s t
disagreed: saying that other

I city employees got raises! and I I .\d lust Able Vim I Roi* ; s krbA.t1M+tl ti

I, that! Fd aidj;! should: also be 'I' Co\rri. All nlzrn, 30 rents ca IY /.J. it

Both These Fords Are Galaxies 500, 4-Door, V-8 Engines Included Cout.cil ChairmanCarl at The( Telegraph OIL HOME HEATER *
i Hurst said he thought

Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater, White Edward should get a rais THE BRADFORD

Wall Tires, Tinted Glass With 100 per cent Factory Councilman Ruby John COUNTY TELEGRAPH that now gives you
said that because the clerk's
Warranty. Job Is an elected one any SUPER FLOOR HEAT
every Thursdayat Press'Curtains
raise should be made at the Permanent I
138 W. Call St., see it now!
time the office i la up for election ,
Better Hurry I It You Want To Save Starke Fla. 32091 of i t

After( discussion a raise of Second class postage paid DENMARKFurniture
HUNDREDS OF DOLLARSTerwillegar $240 a 'parI u approvedover at Starke, Fla.
object cns% of Tucker I ifc;
and:! Johns Subscription Rates: .. TIER AND O99

In the course" of the dis- In trade area: $3.30 per I Co. 4
Motors cussion. Edwards said that year; $2.00 six. monttu. a a J
salaries of --isus county
: 131: W. Call St.
and industrial jobs were E. L. Matthews editor< and I ramous SprTngmatd p.rmannrlparr100cotton..nv.raed

higher than those paid city publisher! I (Phone61.1:121!)( |: C4 wir b i e,
Oiitalds' trade area: $1.00 : hnfn9. Cfieos*from solid cote iit, +it i t' c t i'' h .I,i i s :
our Dealer In Bridfonl and Union ('Clunrr 'f'- ;: employees lie added that L the .
J Ford "
Authorized : : per year: |%::2..rx; mr>nt111!' J endwKee.x;".T' '
nenlv\ .\Jjpieiular:, \ i esic! i-.I .
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First Baptist Miss Starnes Woman's Club Suzanne Sawyer THOMAS A I'IFHof: ( : I I THE RIGHT POINT for tho IIROOK foiint.tbi. p. n. TELJEi.KU'ir. -.. .
303-S North TiMllple Avo. '
May you trite Come. In and i 4 4.S
Circles Meet Weds Mr. Dill Features DisplayOf 1 las Birthday Party Stark, Florida ,' select favorite ESTIJtI : N
9/29 4t 100: jour ('Ias' +'lfle
In Baptist RitesThe Local Art I I GU.\ril tiring result S
Brownlee Circle of the Suzanne Sawyer celebratedher i

First Baptist WMS met sixth birthday last
marriage of Miss Reba The Starke Woman's Club
GLADYS Tuesday night at 7:30.: Officers Thursday afternoon when
MOOTY Cleo Starnes of Starke and meeting; on Wednesday
for the new year were her mother Mrs. Charles ,
Phone 964-0651 James Milton Dill of Jack- afternoon of last week feat. Just Soy
introduced and plans out-
for her
Sawyer gave n party
sonville waslulemnlze.d Saturday ured display of local an
lined by Mrs. W. A. Hogan and,! eight 'irl friends ) t
: IT"
i l ) [ "CHARGE
afternoon Oct. 13. at under the c'l'-ectloii :Mrs I If '
A brief resume of Royal The HallJween motif was>
Southside 4 o'clock In the First Baptist Fine Am t
PTA Robert Green
Association YWA Service programs was presented carried out i.i the party dec- :, (;tf ON CACII'S OPTION
Church with Rev. W A. Ho- chairman.The I
Plans CarnivalAt by Mrs. E. D. Tenly. I orations. The wrought Iron, CHARGE PLAN _
Elects ,
OfficersThe gan performing the nuptials lounge/ and club room I'M I
after which a social hour was! refreshment table was cov- ;
Playground The bride Is the daughter were decorated with fall .... ., .
held with Mrs. Hogan as C'1t'ct with a white linen cloth ---- .-- ..
Associ&tional Meeting of Mr. and Clifton flower arrangements Oil
hostess. Mrs Henry I .j" .
and centered: with a birthday ,
Southside Elementary of all local YWA's was held Starnes of Spring City. paintings water: colors (rtT iamlcs .;j1' -
cake The girls received Halloween .
School PTA will hold its an- at the Madison Street Baptist Helen Masters Circle meet Tenn. and the groom is the Christmas: decorations masks with blinking .

:nual carnival on Halloween Church lost Friday nightat son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill handmade rus.: pillows tablecloths : -
at 8:30: a. Tuesday for apromam .;
and head
m. lights scarves as ; >>
:nIght Monday. Oct. 31, at 7 o'clock.The on 'Baptists in Appalachla" of Waycross Oa.Centel'lnR and knitted sweaters favors During the party OVR .
Platt Street Playground group and Its Instruc- were on display. Mrs. E L
ad- '
the altar
presented Mrs were
by hours< Mr. Sawyer took Suz-
jacent to the Recreation tors elected slew officers for H. M. Hatcher Jr.. Mrs. E C two pedestal baskets of glad- Matthews greeted the members anne and her friends on a :
Center. the coming; year, discussed at the door and invited 1 1u.J.
Long Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Mrs. loll, mums and pompoms tractor ride around the ,
Festivities will start witha future plane and projects R. F. Chitty, and Mrs. J. A. against a background of them to enjoy: the display. grounds

parade from the Florida and the trip to Deland. Griffin palms and lighted tapers in Mrs. Guy Sale piesided Mrs Sawyer was assisted I .... { !ant

Theatre at 5 p. m., endingat Following the buffet supper branched candelabra. over business/; meeting and I y......t/VI1t/ IIGnbl t
bv her mother) Mrs. T. .
the playground where 17 a social hour was enJoyed Mrs. L. O. Powell gave the r A'1eN,
booths will : Ida Darby Circle met at Miss Dee Walters organ- Slade. H'I Warni" M toot;BqN n f foriS**. Open mesh t1s; ,!i,M41
offer devotional The recommenj-'
attractionsfor Newly elected officers 2:30: p. m. Tuesday at the ist played! nuptial music as tlhJr conrfruction) that Ut. "heal out In lhummar. Z1'C ,' "IpdJrr
children are: atlon that the club I
end grownups. President home of MM Garl Mathews. the guests gathered. and accompanied write( I }: ratatnt haal. when. covered lit wlntar. r't. i ;> M
Included\ will be Wendy Hill: VicePrl'sldl'nt. letters to Senators andRepresentatives
games, our Garden Club
pony Names were drawn for sec-
William George Textured cotton yam boles like hand crochatlngl; r ;1'r

and: tractor ildes. House of Secretary, Carolyn Treasurer.Kennan Dawn: ret prayer pals, and the program soloist who sang "I Love to continueworking :: To Meet Monday I. Matching Nylon binding. ';eN is ,, w .,faS
Country Store Cake .was !presented.-? ; \.Mrs. You Truly" and Mrs. Randal on securing permission .
Walk, Gypsy Fortune"...Teller Lamb. Paul Rayfnond.J:: *'..1.' *' .. Chltty soloist who sang the for Bible Readings: and For Workshop .. 72.90 SId .... *.
and In school Bt. Ml or Twin
many others. "Wedding Prayer." Prayer ; was voted $4

Food concessions will offer Beta Lorena Epperson Circle I on and carried The Starke Garden Club vr
I Sigma Phi Mr. Dill was his son's best >
hamburgers hot dogs Mrs. Sale announced that will meet 7:30 ,
1 popcorn -I met at 2:30: p. m. Tuesday man. and the ushers were Monday at : p. _.:
\ cotton candy candled Plans Ritual with Mrs. George Anderson Oscar Hendrlx; Jr. of States- the Little Theatre !group was m at the home of Mrs. L. L. :

apples soft drinks and granted, permission to use Fullwood Southgate
a I circle chairman. Mrs S. L. boro. Oa. and George Snell- on
pastry-candy store. Gamma Theta Chapter of Peek presented the program inll of Orlando. the club building on payment Drive.

Several nice prizes, contributed Beta Sigma Phi will hold Its on "Baptists in Apalachia" of the minimum fee. During the program they I.

by local merchants annual R.tual of Jewels assisted by Mrs.: L. U. Morgan Mrs. Preas L. Street of Mrs. S. W. Beckett first will have a Christmas workshop -I, I

will be given away to adults. Ceremony at 7:30: p. m. Monday Mrs. Lola Johnson and Johnson City Tenn.. sister vice-president reported on and learn to prepare II

Everything with the exception Oct 24 at Holiday Inn. Mrs. Luke Pickering' Mrs. Of the bride served as ma- Fall board meeting of the material for dried arrange- ,

..-.- a few food Hems will Members unable Ufe attend Va"VanSIckle of ixrKtv tr.OD!;! o/ honor and Mrs. Os- FFWC held In Fort LaiHep- I I ments. Members are asked to -

cost only 10 cents each. are asked to call Mrs. Meed geles Calif was a visitor. caiMndrlx Jr.. of States- dale Sept 23-28 and attended t ''bl' ng lids cut from tin cans

The PTA Lewis. boro. Oa.lister of the bv Mrs. Site and Mrs Bnrk- size tin
Is putting forth a any or shape, snips,
concerted' effort to make this I Lottie Moon Circle met at groom and Mrs. Harry ett. The Board theme. "Salute florist wire wire pliers anda
Green of
the best Carnival ever, and Starke served ns to Leadership." stressed: frond from a sabel palm' BEDSPREAD
7:30: p. m. Monday at the is
the entire community.Is. WCTU To MeetThe The attendantswore Faith Facts Work, and Co- Members will answer roll call

vited to come out and 1n-l church Mrs. Bobby Taylor streetlength gowns of operation.The with a title of a library book I e ig P.... Shml.il' "

cipate. Proceeds will be local WCTU will meet presented a program on the turquoise brocade" with bell president asked all that has 1 been read. this year, 4 ; '. 79.110 D.uU... N.I MO rUr

on projects 'to rii'ipiOVeTng' : at. 2.*p.J41\ __ ITCednesdaiu.< Dei. assigned sessteri '"topic."conducted. after a brief skirts and .scooped necklines. members to vote: have a Taking: part on the program,I 15'.j; ".11,...." sine, 114."" King flu IJO N UUQiixn ,
26 at the First Methodist t by the They. eacmtrfrried a single II.. 101>114
school and promote the chll. physical checkupRive: rhll. will be Mrs. A. Russell Nor- I- "
Church. All Leader. Mrs .John Greene long. stem yellow Coif on 100%
members rose.
dren's welfare are dren measles (Ilrac'lnl''Islt man. Mrs L. V. Hardln. Mrs. ..

urged to attend, and bring a The bride given in mar- the sick In the nursing home! R. T Young. Mrs. H. B. An Intrkuttly-uoven srlf.tone fibric In a .
A Ciao.. Ifled Ad In the TELEGRAPH -\ friend. Rehearsal Party riage bv her father wore a and observe Bible Week Hamilton and Mrs. Full wood. softly- culptureil l pattern wlili.li creates highlight .

brines ".l1nt.. gown of peau de sole with Mrs. Maurice Wlniiate finance !: and", sliuJuws in a wide tinge" of glow ingcolon. !
1 i For Starnes-Dill Scoop neckline calla lilly chairman asked for Y t Outlined the hem with deep bullion e

I I sleeves bell shaped: skirt and the club's assistance with the Teacher Group .: fringe. .
Wedding PartyMiss lace I
appliques at the neck
Smorgasbord to be held t
and on the skirt. Her veil of Will EntertainAt Full Size> $11"
Thursday evening In the club
NOW YOU Reba Starnos and silk tulle was attached to a house. LuncheonDelta ..
Milton Dill were honored at ..
bow of
sole. She
peau de carried
a party last Friday night following Visitors were Introduced I a.
a white Bible topped and the two Gamma
CAN ENJOY rehear- new members Kappa
sal. Hostesses were Mrs. E with an orchid and feathered Mrs. M. A. Baldwin and Mrs. members key women teachers ,

COL. SANDERS j; D. Tenly Jr., Mrs. J. T. Pre carnations. Buford Mitchell were reco- from the Starke public ..
Mrs. Starnrs chose for herdaughter's schools will '
qtM V vatt and Mrs. E. D. Tenly gnized. Miss Della Rownbeig be hosts to Alpha .

RECIPE Sr. at' the home of the lat wedding a two was announced as the Inter- Nu Chapter members on : .

ter. piece blue silk dress complemented national Affairs. chairman.Mrs. Saturday Oct. 22 at alp. m.l I ..

with a cymbidium O. S. Brown hostess luncheon In the Starke Elks

Kentucky pink Artistic daisies arrangements stock and ''roses of orchid.Mrs. Dill mother of the served chairman a dessert and her course committee durIng Club.Members" :attending in addition I (t'

,, were used decorating the groom was attired in a two
a N J6. r the social chour. to Starke' teachers a yFr
Tenly Sr. hone; where the piece plum crepe dress with will include key women':
Fried party was held. The dining which she wore a cymbidium teachers from Clay. Union

room table was covered witha orchid.A Back To School and Baker Counties.

r pink linen cloth centered reception was held in Program Set By Mrs. Muriel Norman Brad- \

Chicken with a sllvsr bowl holding the church recreation hall
ford County reprf'6entatlve.ald '
pink mums and flanked by where palms and floor bis- High School PTAThe "This group of teachers .

crystal holders with pink kets of mums and gladioli has \been studying creativity I SiNM1QO011a
candles. Mrs. Tenly Jr. presided were placed behind the Bradford High School k
during the biennium which
"I f's Finger Lickin' Good" at th9 punch bowl and bride's table. The table was PTA will have Back To closes in Junp. 1967. Themeof /

Mrs. Prevatt coffee School night at their first
poured covered with a linen and lace this first meeting will be

'. Guests Included:! the honored cloth centered with a three- fall meeting Tuesday Oct "Creativity Limited by'' .
PHONE AHEAD, -96 M505 couple their attendantsand tiered wedding cake. At each 25 at 7:30: p. m. In the cafe- Ourselves." j .

.YOUR ORDER ,WILL BE READY parents Mr. and Mrs. end of the table were five- teria. I I"n _, i
H C. Starnes of Springs City. branch candelabra with lighted Parents will have the opportunity ; -
-EAT IN OR TAKE OUT- Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. J. tapers. The two punch to visit their chil I ww}' \

P. Dill of Waycross.: Oa. tables were covered with organdy dren's classrooms and visit eh.Hth day or October. A'I .

1601 N. Temple Ave. :-: U. S. 301 North The hostesses were assistedIn and Lice cloths over with their teachers during l U>. 191111" iliumto,. Infillel ill I, 41 \ I r / ..
serving by Miss Virginia satin and centered by crystalpunch the evening. I Ih1' iiffl,'f i.i r'. the Mi.irolnrv' at. fp" f C
CHARLIE BRAS VELL Owner- Iana er The PTA Is also "suit, of i II InMnto ..f Florida l '
bowh surrounded by sponsorIng ?'
Miss Dee '
Raysor. "the dnoiirm-iitiry' Nits,,'hurlty r,'- w "
a turkey dinner Nov t,.I.. .d blend of ..-holdlng DaCtOftpofyeow ,,
and Mrs Randal Chitty. on "n 1"i-il' iinihr, .MCI (Ion lion a 7KNill'lll tlwlty K cra /

fern.Mrs.. A. Russell Norman 4 from 5 to 7-30: p. m. before HIlltllll.H.' "lloVVllIK. 'III'il ;.. I I.1I."I"II..n end cJwIc wwtat fibrin Styled wllh (,? ;

I sleeted guests at the door the Homecoming !game Alu- ,. of eurh, rorporilion JhwbM propriety" fei f."'Mon>favor i Blade, Navy t' ,

and standing; In the receiving munl planning to reserve a Now. 'tlii-n" .furthi* SPITPliirv -
OwraMf.: .Dirk, OlIve and Orowiii Grist ataad far < t
line were Mrs. E. D. Tenly table for their class reunion 'if Slule' d""-1' ,luriliyilify Jod
I < ,' I t.. 'the fonirnlnff end' .lu. D '
Sr.. Mr. ani Mrs. Starnes please contact Mrs .1. B auUttfldlna v q Piit
Illlll. .. ,
Effective hi- |IN MIldHfll-'l) Illllt I the
Mr and Mrs. Dill the bride Godwin Mi". Robert Autry. ri iiilr| i liH-nts, uf. Ihi law hay

and groom and the bridal Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. or .li.>"n ..iomilliMl" with ......- Tt..w 0.4 .
of iv lvrTNI15S: : WHIWOK: 1 iit ., .
any the PTA board
attendants. mem- -
:: ::: : =.::;:
liavihiri hand' and
unto HI inv w anrway'
bers. ... .. .. ... ..... ,..
t Mrs. Evelyn Hanoy Mrs. hiiviaffix. **'! the flriat4i'iit" uf !95 J ,.... ..". I.... ,.... '...
George Winkler and Miss .HIP Xnuo, of florid lit TitllaIIIIHHCI / C:0.: oJ: only I 60noOne 1 W...Ur nNMa'''e1'

ill l ediatelSOo Delia Rosenberg! cut the Epps To Sneak Kourteunili', -. I tinf'upltat.day of, (>...toper this the A\ 4c!

bride's cnke\ ,"anrt Mrs. E.. D. I h. I rn ca. Tn'rl' ,,",", HiontHly"t .. ./
*... On Alcohol arrFarN.aMaw..r -- -
Truly Jr. *rpt the bride'sbnok. Slii'to. ,
It 1010' ; l
And Narcotics
Presiding at the punch .

tables were Mlds. Virginia::: i\' f 111 1 %T" .11 nr.H's! roinTIN u.wI ee Aeoffish!
Jack Kpps. director of 1
AMI FOII nnAiiFoni' .Alrwayi..Inc.
SpVINGSgNQ Raysor. Mis. S. L. Peek Jr. United Chrl'tlan Action an f'OI l % 1"1. rt.l'nln 0wn... of thai Statatkadomak.

I Mr*. Frank Mitchell and alcohol and narcotics educa in u.. i Itelutu: ..f .

@ I Mrs' J, T. Prevatt. tion nrnnnl/ntion, will speak 1 Ir"e"; llHlHHll.. ll.''Hl-l-ll,
\.>ri K or PHOH TH
SQFETY I Assisting In serving were at a luncheon. In lee's [Dilve TO AM. PlirtSdNH IVTKniIMIKI /:

o9 Mrs. F. B. Beard Mrs. J. H.I I in Restaurant at noon ; i.vrun K.STATIS:: o* A Wise Choice of Suits

O saVINGS I DuPre. Mrs Bob Taylor Mrs. Thursdiv. Ot 27. SALT> I>I:(''';P.ST: ;:
Von are hereby nollflnd thnll
Leroy Norman Mrs. Marlon
y I Mr. Epps Is coming: to l written. InHlrilni'-nt' purportln
I Payne Mrs. Helen Crosby Starke on Invitation of the tn lie .the l 1"1 will and tcmiinieni.f for Men of Fashion

and Mrs PrM' Moore. SUirke Minls'pvtal Alliance to enid, decedent him been mlmlttpil "
After to probate In this. court'
spending some time
speak to chi'irh. civic and commando
with their guests! the couple local government leaders Von within art"'lx hereby iiiln'liir monthI

INSURED left on a wedding trip to about the pos'lbllitv of Organizing I 1'.tn'in, Ibo, dunof tlm first pith'

I South Florida> and will \tx1 at : a local' UCA groupIt I,., Utlnn, hr thIN ""two *o ttliovIIIIH ap
"in I In title totitl and
hnme nn Knsrsli! : Lake after is not nnressarv to make Ih
I -. If any you can. why
Oct. 22. The' bride chose for reservations for the lunch- 1I.II"n l of thin lourt In ml'mil ,'

0 I traveling a three piece pink eon. All In'nrc.sted ting. mild, will to prohnti'
personsare .
u a To3qSNCE suit with black accessories should not ctnni "nreoltiilTltKHOtt
Invltpd to attend the A. YAWN A
i complemented with the orchid noon moctiti/: O.unM'! .udfe, llrH'Iford. County
from her" bridal bou- I'la.i'hnmae.
*. >lerr.
quet.The :U RU'S; FISH RIGGER :nj-6 North Tempi Av..
bride Is Librarian at
CHark.! Tin'
I Bradford County High::: The Elks Club announces HrHt' piihlltHtlun on Septenibo1,

CORQ I School. a member ol the that Russell McRae caught a 29. I lumi : .

I First Baptist Church and a larger speckled perch than 9/29 U ID/29- ?/-x

I member of Delta Kappa the one announced for first In <'"imlr Juiln.'" Court. >,

I Gamma. International honor place In the recent Elks contest In %nil.' far llrailfiird. CaiiKtrKlorliln

: society for women educators but McRae's entry did .

; ( I not reach the lodge before In rt-, Estate at Jul. achillerdereaend. klrI .'

/ I Mr. Dill Is employed bv the contest deadline McRae's 'l'rlC'. TO f'1t.JlI'rolt.: I BUrJ.vl'] I' rr_I

Smoak. Davis Nixon. CPA's fish weighed two pounds, 15 All i.rrdltnm of the estate nJulen '
of Jacksonville! ounces. H'hlllnr, d.ce.....d, an
Insured up to 515.000'bYtheFederal Sav': hereby, nntlflei and required' t'nli
:-VdUFsiVlngs with us are now
of the United States any ," "lm..r. demand lull Ir lirlnjiH. tlm. i..I".II".II.I..I". ,. liiil."-aunpprli
an agency .. ,. joii .
Corporation, (rrf tile Hd.lInK''
Insurance Recent Births nt > of irriionitninvolution I s te innv have enaembfaHi.
,.llirte '..fine Sat, illmlile knit
leg* pitt
has signed nf th
Government and the President .mild eHtata In Inn offli- .
Congress has passed Jn Th"It.; ..... Anil! Hy The county Jii'lit of nrndforcounty "Iwo iIifully' l.iilnn-il..>lu->l" fullv rliunt' ,it has nofdalltell
Cation effective immediately which will provide this additional protectlon Bradford County Hospital Authority or TinMtate, or I I Florida. In the ...urtI' limit) In rich new 'fall and holiday color; .

to sound management and substantial reserves. announces the following, Horiila l ',n_o nt tnrke.. Florida. withIn
Government births ', To All To Uiioin Th..... Present six calendar months. frnr
Vou'havTihis protection (up to $ WOWftf-UA) : I Shall Come. (Jtiptlnica, : in". Into"' nr the rimt piibllri.
savings with us. Remember, NO ONE HAS Mr. and Mrs Gene McCel- Wli.T.'iiH.. H A. |Illebnp| | Hr. lion of thU) notice K..rhlain
agency when you place your the FSLIC. Ilan Hardln. Lake Butler a Siurk!' Klurl'lu,, : II .\ liuiion. or demand. must he In wrltlna.
EVER LOST A PENNY in a savings account insured by daughter' : Celeste. Oct. 13. ,Ir 1 Starke. "riui-ul.i I.inl, "ul, M ,unit, I meet' Mute the playa,, olreHlilenie
Hlxh'.p. Htun'', rioii.l" ,. Nina, ,' .. ,and I pout office' ail,
Mr. and Mrs. Conway Lawrence Hlurionnlrn ""tH<'| Klur. ilrH nthe claimant' and mum,
Boudieaux: Starke a 1.101 :Mary 1f..I.. n Powell b. sworn to by the claimant
_on. Kevin Lawrence. Oct 19 Stdrkt. F'loridi. di'l 'n ths"i .I. sgent or hIM attorney er
Association : ,div of .1'iit, n I.' us; accord
and Loan it will boom void .
Savings *'r end Mrs Cyd! Alfred:: .
.tt t. :-.:rr'.ra' ',not': to lao '
< frt.!!" iirk: .. i isvjV.: r .... 75..3: ,; 'h' _.arc. Fl!,:. o..t"m".r 2A IPU
$ .1. aAl. : :..:.: :iC"A : :' .i
OF STARKE :11 r. Ar.iit:: : .. .-. TtrrZ ts1.rPEbGl ::
;'! : ': 3 .-. ; :. "'.: t. .HALLERAJMniftrftrta : I
ta- -r1" pa' 1 pie<1 '* S eeafr" Of 'Ail E'
218 North Temple Ave _:_ Phone 964-0500/) Pt""ttf' It S'.4rx. SriK,':d, ." "",,''X. I-, 'I 'r Jtt.e ?'hill... LauaaN..u.1
NIOt.1teoII $.1..5O the
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.. the atria of /.if.4. 4vefef .. ruse ."""e.uOof T am .t"1

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'' .n.\DF'URD COtTNTT TF.LJ<:murn. BTAimn" FLORIDA T1TURsn.\V.

- week "I ,trlvf ;0.". 1 III.vterDate ('I'li'iin' McNeil: ), !nirH. Hi'I'll C.lli I'ri'dm't Nu. II I. 8ami' >Him, Certificate No. 12. Year "t
than decrease In ']' way In the next or so. Mm.I'VumH. Issuance. ]1964.mosertptlun' ..
er a government Shuford. County Cum- >liliiHiin, Illspr tul'a. home at Kate t: truth .
Fuqua Deplores/ spending, MId no effort'! All boys intc-fsted in playing iMiHHl'imT' I'rc'ihiil I N... S, Si'iilmnrrt'," .. Nnllonul Uutiialiy. ,'IBI'kIn.; <> of Property Taft
to cut out( unnecessary\ programs. i i RECREATION NEWS\ should conduct, the Recrea- I'rri'lm't",,, Nu 1 1 I. uwtvy, city \ \ .HIM! 'rIl1 Hull I.nwh.y.II'IJ.: ). OIlY I" Mtn rl- Jr. 'rk, Sd" 8. Vera (Iniitilon. llavburn! Mm Margaret Li. I're- !
tion assessedSlIdHtete -
InflationaryTrend The result han been Center.SENIOR Ing clerk MlH I, ItttymonU Wlirynn I, lira .ieH I M I McLBnd..n11': *. vutl, InapP""rs Name In which .
that we are now faced with a I I I MrM Annlu K. Turner, Pussy 1 Hhallvr.! Inspectors| Prci-lm" l No IS A Mruukur, Home, Tnc.
In U. S. recommendation ,for a tax in- CITIZENSThe I Karl :Monley lr.Npt.i>torB. I'l-ci'liii-t. No, H', Kuystotle.Hollthxide ('I 111)111) act ity lloiiHiUrunkur.II : ,. All of mild property being In
|I ,, clerk. .rrll. Ports the County of Bradford, Stat
: VOLLKYKVLL.: tar" saw neither team able toscore I'rt'ilnrl N'' i, Kelly Hifl'cuiliin ''- ltbmuntni'.v" iichool. J. Thi-o 1 Dyul ;
reuse! next :year, he suld. I : and Lawtey won' 180. hall lii\vti>'. C. P. I'urter.olt f'. Hiimmond. ,, clerk, Mrs\ Jo Kelley, ::111'''. JIlI"llIl'III1.| > M. Hagar or Florida..
Fuqua said the war in Vlot I After the second l week of annual Masquerade >rk Mm" Il.iNel:, JunoH. MTH Kiln': lUnly, :Sire Iliinul U IIuwfll / :Mrn. Ji'it.U< Jones, inHpocW rnle.it such certificate or '
Expressing deep concern Nam Is necessary for our League play. Starke Buildci'8 In the second game in Party of the senior Citizens Barbara J. Jordan, Mrs. A. C.'. .liihn f SlmpBon. Hr, rtlflcato shall be redeemed. (
Inflationarytrend the .. Prerlnrt. Ni. U. 13 New River,, "set'' Ill 1.11. F. S.nei
over the ''present pro-\\ Is top with 2 wins which everybody thought pfitrii'' Inwiifi'lor IINriete.' I lliim|>t n
on 25
tection here oil home but Supplies Club will b held on Oct. propertydescribed
.Moocly'B Store: New HlVer. Mrs. 'ordlna to law
/ in U S economy, Congressman Builders score would be n lot closer Precinct :No. ::l Crawford Jessie II. CluiBtiiln CountyC'omnil0nliiiivr
hla personal. feeling was that )I nnd no losses.] The at the Recieatlon: Center. A Ill-mil..Hi" (dimity J.'u I II' liullflIIIK" ,. Knthrn, Henry, clerk 1IIrB. 1n uc'h certificate *roertlflcatoH
Don Fuqua told took three and the Conner Insurance rushed by MM, '! Hank "Crews, Mm. Eunice will be cold to the
our efforts to achieve victory games large attendance Is expected Mm Nellie I' Oariu-r, T'ri'< Im't Vn 10 ThiiexmiCnminunlty "] <
members of the Starke Rotary match from Noegel's In the. Holiday Inn, 26-0. The runningof to rkrit' ; J. U 11..IIII'Y.11': ''. William riuh... Masse. Thor- Sturdy Mr.*. iiri'tMi.. Merrltt.lmHTt"r highest bidder! at the court
should be stepped or'i we will be awarded
'' tlnlono'lc.Y:
up an* :
prizes .
Club Wednesday that talk of Oct. Dennis Rhoden Steve : E. flummcr\ Mrs M. M. oisu. Mn Jean M. Darby, rlurk, | | hous. door on the ,
'should get out. fll'st'ontest., Thursday. original funniest, in month of November. 19 M
and controls is still Stan Reddish and the most Mf.HIII>. lnm>.M' ?" MrH. Muttlu: Mililvy, MI-H Jerry It I 10/20
price Strickland
wage 15-9, 13-7 and 152. which IH the 7th day of
13. and costumes. DUtrli'tt\ lliolvimOeoi'Ke J"dnll.18.: \ Mildred Brlnaun
The held at prettiest .
uncalled for at the present I meeting Bill Rosier was Just too much l IPdft!> ,
Goalman's vomhor
the sacond match UolM'l tn, lr County Inspectors llilli For Tin
In Heretofore. our Hallo- ('' '' )Nulli'K\ IX Ai|> >n of Ooto--
time. the Starke Golf & Country Gulf took three games for the Motel Boys.In ct>iiinil!sslnn,.. I'l-eclni't' 1 No. II. Hampton, need! Dated thla 5th day
Club where steak dinner ween parties have met with *' .. ., VV. II. her, in 0SRAI. .
"Government controls In this I a Hurst's the 1st quarter Dennis 1'I' I'ln..t legion trail City Mull HaniiHun.. "Srp.' 7/(11.111 I' !H.NOTIfi
'was prepared by VV W. Hood, end the match from great success and an even Anirrli-an T.eirlon. 5411. ilI in g. !Maxwell 1'1"1'1'" \ ; '... ClnrlrvAdltlnx ': IS 1 1 IiIItMBY: ]: OIVI5N. ( .)
area 'would place us in the "". Shell to even their record at Rhoden started things off go- expected this UtMiriffc" A. "'111 Ie]lrr rlu.h: .|OH- :.it,.N. Hnrviirn Hill, Sirs (;:: tbiil I Mr T I. Aldfiinnn.iliu Oh.irlei A. T>Hrl!>v
F. and J. >
Jr. Col.
Glenn. better time a of Brnilfr -
\ A'I one win mull one loss ing In for the TD from 4 yardanu.t. 'ph A. Olaxv, Mm :Myrtle W Hb' h'h'v' Nnrman I I Innpi'i, torsI'roi'lni't ,hi.lrli-i" ,. or Hi'rulluwlnij' Plerk nf, rMnnlt .Court, .
realm of managed economy Griffin play The try for the PAT was Jones, Mm. Shlryi./:. :-Oo"/oI'el./ In- N,18, IJiic-oln CII", ''*' rti''Irat, *.. h..," fllfd, i mild i ortlfl Oitinty. Fli.rhlii 1027A I
foreign to our concept of free The speaker was introduced After two weeks of and the insurance year.At the last, meeting, it was HptK'tOrM.Prerlmt. Ktai-liu I'llhlK'' Llbriry..1net ph < lltfH" f"1, II t.,IX deal l I I'',, br! in u 4t
enterprise," Fuqua said. He de- Starke Builder's Supplies laIn no good unanimously to Invite :No. 5, 1'1'imnnt Grove 11. VullnHkl. ,,lurk 1 ; Mr. lathe', IH'ITIMl th't",,,'Ii, I'h. I Illfli,, lltlfmillltt -
by Buford Mitchell. I 1st place with n record' of boys took a 1st quarter\ l lead voted ltnulfi.nl, lllwli, Mrliii.,1. Mm.Xltii Uayitiond. Hill Holo, inspectors J M ." ,1 \ "-,11"r 1 IHMIIII'' Classified Ad In the TEIJJ- '
clared the economy had by no Next Wedncadiy the club followed Goodman's, the Keystone Heights Fellowship : :Mcllne clerk: :Mra. Tanillt bl.trctu.. :5, nr..k..r rli. il l--', i l 11'1],'t I I"n "r t Inn, ]1'1'', 1 MIS' URAPII bring- reMultlIo
means remotely npproached will meet at Holiday Inn. 2-0. by' 1-1 66.In the 2nd quarter, Bill Rosier Club to participate, Hlxon, MI'8. Hilly Crawford K \\'. Hamilton, "County' (I'"ur, and! thirhmii, InN !1,10 h It'I,"I .1.1REVIV
Gulf. 1-1 Hurst Shell : .. ,. ,, .
this juncture adding that Increased left and letter WAS sent con- :\11' p'runcf! Piitx. InHpei turn llllHHloniT u'eessed a" aN P'II"o.
around his i a
spending for the de- ASSEMBLY: Of noD Koegel'0\ Auto, 0-2. Thursday scooted Vrmiliii, N... s. Viinilorbllt.Illllllf Precinct\ No 1.1 I A, Hnwi'llTerwIlliKitr (
Hurst Shell end and went 25 yards for a firming that action. llf .'"m.... M (HlH'k) Alulor-t (It"rdSlr. : "
fense effort and the war in HWAY CHAPEL night will match TI). Dennis Rhoden ran for Greeting nnd get well :Nurinan :\11'r"n"\ 1 I. ]KaulkiH'i. "ICtlKtl:' lliill/i.'nlrf\, ( ,1"1'1, I :Mi', .
Viet Nam had presented new Weldon St. and Ralford VH Stnrke Builder's and Good\ the pent to Beth and d"I'k.rI'H.: 1'"r,.. IN !I'{: :Nnrinnn I"llaliiMM'lillun.': : ). :Mil\ l>"tnJfiin \ I,
problems."We man's Gulf] va Noegel's Auto. the PAT and Conner left cards/ were :\11'. I.llllan/ A,. (',,""o'r. :St ts. Pri'''utt,. :Site Sapah <""oi" an ALjKingsley
Road. Sunauy School, 10 a.m Held} at lf-time leading 130. Joe Werner and Lisa and Jerry Dyal 1. Insluvu.rs.nlNtrlvt |) ntsnu.'loral're'(
passed a tax cut a relatively Morning Worship 11 a. m n\NTAM: PfMXinAU' The Holiday Innj boys couldn't Tom Hansen. all of Melrose. .\... a: IlliiiiillnicT'Miiini 'Irlrt :N'; i. 1:1: 13 Utah 'HI"

short time ago to place Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. Saturday! night Oct. IS. wasn quite get their offense to Jell, '' Also to !Mrs E Firth andMrs. .lohtiH, C'Hintv' Oim- Itt, "iif 'htoii.'' lUillilliifc,, rirrih.iMlr ,
\ ;Xniinan J. I..r\'r"i rKII'
boys'as mlialoner.IT. "
more money In the hands of] Thursday Prayer Meeting, 7:30: big night for about 8,1 or the score might have been B slocomb of KeystoneHeights' i'In. t N'' 7. Itonn. KJK (I ''I'g', "" < UlM.. :Ml"\ llMlltll' I.I
private enterprise," the Congressman p.m. Young People's Melting. they put on their game uniforms closer.In High "' ll""l' A'llllliln/ T. Hole :.M< KlllM'MlH N',,III,,' All!,"II'ALMOST" '
said. "At the same Saturday, 7:30: p.m.Leroy and ran out onto the the 3rd period after driving 'I Love You Truly" was I ht Ill, ,1.,1) : Unman T moll i :Mt. In 1 1t'I,,,, N Lake Baptist Church

time, we saw an increase rath LJghtsey, pastor. BHS field. It was the opening! ,, down to Holiday Inn's one sung to Flossie and Everett ..
I gnmes of the 19H6 Bantam yard line, Dennis Rhoden Prescott. commemoratingtheir
Football Season THE PERFECT HOSTexcept OCT 23 TURD 30
I !sneaked the ball over from 25th wedding anniversary. ,

FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY In the first game betw..nLa'"ley there and the PAT was not .

and Southern Discount, good and Conner took a 19-0 Happy Birthavs were Joe 7:30 P.M. Nightly -- Nursery Open

AREA Lnwtey surprised the Discounters third quarter lead. Stein of K:vstone Heights! ,, ,
18-0. Led by the passing In the 4th quarter Stan age 79 and Everett Prescott '. ){7 -
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.:,...-. .. .-... '':....,.-:,-...-- and running Bennett of Lawtey QuarterbackJoey \ led at Reddish bulled his, wny into 84. of stanc> fi if, ,
out under
: Sh k the end zone from 4 yards Preparations are ((, -J: (,,: ,".
'.. ;q.:. r,.;. ; ., a etl half-time 12-0. In the 1st and\ Dennis Rhoden ran for the way for the final meetings "

....,:". :{ :.' "/!:! ,!1 qua I tl'r. Joey Bennett went extra point and the insurance of 196R. which will Include !
:" ; "q into the end zone from 5 yards ) ..
and ,
boys wound up the scoring nominations end elections of .
out and the 1st quarter ended\ the game 260. officers for tie' vear 1967.

iii! Days with the 2nd Lawtey quarter leading Southern 60.Discount In- SMALL FRY FLAG Now. more than ever Senior

FOOTBALLFlag Citizen Clubs are needed
started moving the ball,
to enhance and promote the 9IpLif
;Football for boys ages
Ci' TREGULAR with the running of George !
Barton and :Mark: Patray but 7. 8, 9, 10 is In the third: betterment 01 their lives -
\"l'C :i The average Senior Citizen t
couldn't quite push acros the week now and the participation -
.' :?; Is high with about 70 oenslon In Bradford County !
., : goal \line against the strong
\ .. ,. ;,,1'4 ? defense of Lawtey./ boys. The boys are divided Is about $70 per month. Some
/ / are above that amount but
into teams and will
s f mnrched -
...... :' Lawtey once again next week n great number are below
.. down the field with Bennett, playingames\
that level.
throwing to Larry Brown and with a double-header sche-
Teston. Then from Southern duled on Tuesday and Come to our> meetings jjn factor. .
Jerry .
for most important
the 2nd ant 4th Tuesday of one
of each week at
PRICE Diriooutit'a, 20 yard line Thursday
C Pratt Street Playground.The each month. !Meet your fellow ROACHES, the household pest "most
Teston the ; '
35cTHREE Bennett found Jerry first will start at Seniors and join In the talked obout." 4 REV. JIM: RKiDON( KEY. TOM MOORE
24 open and hit him with a TD lame
pans and Lawtey took a half- 3:45: and the second game at fun. Perhaps she should have cone(d! for a Pastor Evangelist

DAYS ONLYtlstel..fr@tz time lead of 120. 4:30.:: Joe Kerrigan. Reporter. free estimate. .it wouldn't have hap-

In the 3rd quarter. South FLAG FOOTBALL FOR Congregational Singing
held in, BOYS
ern wall deep
\ n'I' 1 C' F1 I)
nl their own territory and wfisfm An organizational: meeting Th". LIoiiKl. of ,4'uiintv ''"111- :
'cod to punt. Jerry Teston was held Monday afternoon ml"MI..n'r".r ilrodr.md.. ,, "r'mttv. ,,- pened.HEfl &Kbtot !
I 1.'lorl Id 11 hn\" '1. ti* caught it on the 23 yard line to form a Flag Football League i 1114,, U, i"I i JIM ('ItTltH, mid!
I all the for his for 15, 16, and .
And went way I boys stes 1"1'! 'M torn in tin I dltrol' nt \prr'In,1x CO.
qt'"'ond Touchdown of the night 17 Dames \\.11 be played at I'' < i of t II h. Bony fi-i, th'inn '. We/come//

U. S. 301-NORTH TEMPLE: ; AVE. I and ,the quarter' endeL with Hardy Field on Monday : S ""' ml,',1' x ii.:. |I-"u I..,.,ii tn I,, h.:' li-lel N'onln : PHONE 964-3965 Everyone

the !score! 180. The 4th q lIa r- nights and -nould get under

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Let's Go to the Opening of Starke's Newest and Only Discount %

Department Store i.t ON EVERY

F R E E' TO DOOR EVERYONE PRIZES'This Friday & Saturday r a ITENA /

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12c94c\ III I $$1.99 I $$1.61 I ''c !PAIR II $$1 50 Ii :. ,

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Boys Vinyl l Color Dacron SHEETINGlc I ,BIG THICKWash, IIC' '< 1> ;


JACKETS $$2.66 Iii Material Yd. Hflc PANTIES 19c Yard Cloths .<\\., "

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Pants Dress Pants Work Pants Ladies Sweaters Italian Knit COATS & CLARKZippers; HOUSE' ) PAINT Be Thrifty


$2.00 Ic $$1.94! $$4.41 6c EACH $$11.88 GAllON i.1. LayAWayCohen's

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) T)1] ( I U" J11) : s Paint I ----Domestics? At t Bargain i Prices. :

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C 0 H E 'N S I 0- .,.,,C_ YAun', $11 88. ;I 1 ."

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20. tons
nor rrvw

.:- I Intka Hehn been xci\, cf 'IbS} ',' i('>(<'o\iifil, j m 1.1..ked!' pant|'

ig Red Takes 19tli Straight i> use' fiiiin" '" Ins .iiinnui;? 1 fc i< 1 J. ,in llic! end :zone for a touchdown "

SPORTS ;lot in the Turindu: often:: .

i :Ihm' centShuman I I I Malktvs tenor was quarter- V .
: cut his lug during/ > bucked by Larry [Kelly and

i p'. ,wI II'1' rf-s"' In last weekend : Ad(-JUjo't by Mike Norman. _

\ the wound'
gainst Barracudas 58-13 ,lii.iu., One ot his greatestnutria I tlvlfl) ..d for the past two weeksIn .

,. is his quIcKm-iM! lit" If. order to ,give the 'boys an

I eneialK through the line be. opportunity to play. Some 40

Big Red Lays B Team Loses I fote his opponents know he vounKHteiH/! fiom predominantly

By Jim Temple i i picked off a desperate r.url'R' 'has'; the ball. tha 9th grade are put on .-
[Mighty Stiuke thundered cuda aerial then galloped 1 3jyaida : 5-0 Record On Hard Fought I Last. week sophomore Billy two teams.
", for a more us New | Belote filled Shannon's.
f i-i spot I
t New Smyrna Beach 58.13'Itiat :Mike Norman, and ,'hnmvCrollby'
I myrnlL QB Goodrich futile and is likely to we lot JO
Friday In gave Line a of I
night the Beach Friday Game 13-7 turned In good efforts
chase. Sanderson. posted K lion this week if David has .
City. Tornadoes posted 'for the winners while! Frank
his 4th extra and diflUulty, with hut
point Big
I leg
their 10th straight win while .. j Tomllnaon. Joey Callan and
Red left the field at half time J Big Red journeys. to PalatkF'idav Statke's "B" team held
lassing)) the largest single I Terry Minx did good Jobs for
with and\ In so doing, place-
a comforbabte 27-7 lead. Hawthorne; School's
r High varsity -
Mme point total In their hi. II i iAdkinson'sSquad this week's, If>>1erM.
Coach Hurse cleared, the its perfect reason on the line< I to a 7-7 tie until the ,',
I Tornado bench as. the second r ". well RV all hopes for conference closing minutes. of tho /game : Numerous contacts have
Fight: [ Tornadoes contrlbut- hnlf got under way and the y and Plate honors. and saw their tremendous, ef- Beats been made In trying to find
:;: the /scoring: effort as Coach Hume other /schools our size with
: I offensive show continued un- commenting or fort go for naught us the Hornets
nicked up 9 TO's |abated. the Important game' wild. pushed( ahead for a l.J-7: Ma/Hoy's 6-0 nth grade teams but to dateCOfU'h
I booted /
t j
extra points I Ir ""Season Chuck Mason, Head "B"
records don't
Biff Red lost", little time as l victoryQB i
eyrie: McLeod spearheaded I' W. McLeod fired a 2 yard TD 1 much when we play Palatka Bill Adams and end Don- ,, Com' h Wiirm' AdkinstuiI I team roach reports no success
Big Red rr
attack in thet 11 II'' They are always after out I l>th l There will not be Intra-
half.il'rior I pass to brother Paul for the nie Elder; hooked up on. several Kind Intia-Squad< team an
score, and Sanderson added r scalp. The coaching staff IK I pass playa which kept defeitnl, Coach Tnmmv M.illoy Squad 1 game this week as the

to game lime, there the PAT; Starke 31-7 expecting the roughest text. t"<, .. hope alive for the Tornadoes. I J team tt-0 na Jimmy Cms- I H" team pHys In Pilatka
4s .1''aifWLawry
that. Big Redrtisht I The Barracudas, were nard- date. I -would feel much bet- Early.: in the first quarter n

play uninspired foot- piesaed 1 to show any offensive"' ter about our 'tooy'a attitude. I pans play.. from Adams to EIder -
b ..11. However. IL wide offensive I IO..fU1ge NO RAFFLE NOTICES
open If
style during the third period. jf Patatka heel not lost to rained 25: yards and put I ,
effort from a shutgurptiiaing Park last week." I
Running their shotgun formation the Baby Red team on the
formation. featuring i iBrffrucud.i with QB Goodrich about :: The Braves have n 3-2 nelson : move. Seconds later> Buddy PLEASE!
I QB Gooh. ( Brown
quirkty | 10 yards'" deep in the backfield< >, going for them now. The Trawlok reeled off 30 ysrdion .
l siousocl the Tornadoes tin.
their Ho-Hum. So-wh.it-else-is-from I taking I I the soup from center and losses to were Orange to Park Ocala last. 2l-13 Gets Lineman a beautiful scamper und In !spite of repented notices'' tint: we cannot -
thew I they were unable to general! week Scotty Smith rambled 1ya..ds\ .
I attitude The lliriwudiiHrwfc1. a thrcit Goodrich stayed in 70. They have beaten Green i to tho 2 yard line From theic' publish such\ material. The Telegraph

> their putiaing, attack toa trouble during this time as : Ott Cove, Snabreeze and Delund. Area Mention Adams'euehed! / paydirt on a continue* to reieirequests; for aHverlisInsr ,
V7-0 lead ,
with 8 minutes Mayton, Godwin, and Tomlm- j Going Into th Palatka game sneak and the score. stood 7-7 the sale of chances: on various: objects .

1 l cone In the 1st quarter son put a hard rush on which -U Bid Red has cored: 193 points Larry Brown, senior Tornado Fullback Scotty Smith and by clubs or/.tanization./ and individual*.
("Any nope of a )possible New dropped the Barracuda QB for while' limiting their opponentsto I end 1 halfback Buddy Trawick. cat-

8mj'rna;t upset ',*'ad:' quickly cut several long louses. 19. mention wan given honorable sled most of the offensive load In the t.?>"CH! of the Post!!! Office department .
j(off! in the closing minutes of Second string quarterback Palatka was without the lineman AS of the outstandingarea week for along with Bill Adams Scotty such sale of tickets! constitutes! n lottery

th 1: same mtonzu. when W. [el'lI.Ced Harry Hatcher kept the momentum services of three of their top his play against New broke louse. for good gains" in and ns" such cannot be sent through, the U.
:t od. myrna
> : 2 ynrda into the performers last week in the
in the 2nd halt every quarter
going ;
Bench last S. maiK Calling the sale "donation" does
Friday night.< a
end<< zone after an 82 yardmarch. as he turned in his best effort Injured Halfback, Hinld, Shannon! coiiKnitnla-toH stand-ur I Orange Park fray. End Charles Defensively for the Baby ,
Afarlle I Brown: the first Negro football not chan" the meaning in the of Postal / .
Sanderson made Johnson Tackle Alton Hu.I. I eyes
of the aell.' the, PAT to give the. Torna- 40 yards to Larry Brown for i, I ley and first string Quarterback ,player at BUS has been massed the Hawthorne backs authorities.

doer a tie game' at 7-7 with one core and carried for 2 l| of-bound plays., which thought all the boys did a ; Hood were out because .1 tough cor/ etitor throughout na he refuted ,to 'be taken out .
'12',minutes' remaining in the yards and a TD. I mntkally "stop the cl
l. *t1qual'ler. Roger Chilson, a workhorse the time-outs 'taken by 'Our downlleld blocking was! should be ready for action ono of the leading tacklers Robby Smith wore standout requests to print notices of such !sale of

"' lltarke.;. made the necessary standout, Intercepted a Ban' team and you have the best it's been all year' ,/against ,the Tornadoes this on the "squad. Lnrry'a/ 6'5" performers also. tickets and subsequent "dravinRS.: : If we

''defensive adjustments to con- cuda pass In the 4th quarter I for the long g.ime \ Coach Mike Sexton. "We I week. make him an easy target on Hawthorne srorofl the winnln.g do. however we run the rM: k of having that

.' qln the Barracudas on the and dl'ovcl.'roIH the goal .In.- From the sideline ) good holes and sprung' I PUSH, plavs However, he touchdown on a 20 yard !issue of The Telegraph/ barred from the

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jlt'hem I, to punt from their own &>> run. Chilson literally stormed It ever 'be over?" Many[ ot >''ii "',1'\1'1"1'11'" hits him. of ,the game

',$rd line P. McLenrt raced to toward the goal line knocking; fans were. wondering the 7 "KliHl I |110" ills jsI Last week against the Bar The Baby Tornadoes face a We would appreciate it if all clubs other
the New Smyrna 8 yard line thing and the :I hush. I 1.' Big Jim rucudiu he received n :McLeod stiff ,test this Thursday
down one Barracuda: and hurdling !- I I'II Godwin flll"I"h..1another night : organizations/ l. and individuals" would understand -
on a beautiful punt return another. Tornado Coach coach definitely wished It 7''. KiiHlilM: yitrdiiirf HH 27 H'i ,bit of interesting pass as he 'was falling to the an they travel to Palatka.I out position in this matter and would

when the Tornado defensive. David Hurse commented ended as the first.. half :9:1':I "I'llNHllIK' \.lllllH I ITIlli I praise. Jim kept calling to end turf, The ball actually -bounced Game time 7 p.m.
unit. 1 formed a near perfect "Chilson made one. of the most Coach Griffith .wild, "> mull' i.riViiM. 411' Larry Brown for another pass I around on his hands. head, cease to submit such items for publication

wan ,,to batter down the Barracuda determined runs I have ever like this are usually: very :I 10 I tj I'HMHI'4"I'IIHM' ,,*>- "It""I", fl l Jl 1 1I Interception.' He /also] had high", shoulder. and finally, laying on
ounlptel| "'" It:
defending in his path. een. He was not to be denieda hausing I think our boys", II 1'HtlMHM'' IUI"I'. Ioy l ;. praise for the antics of Ilenn the ground, he grabbed. the played the entire game. at defensive BRADFORD COUNTY
tAn apparent touchdown was touchdown If he could helpit. be in a ltttl better J h'un,.I.Irs' :.1.1J Gnann. Jim watched! eagerlyon ball! However the official want I left end for the Jac-<;
Hmuifed when Billy Beloto, an. ." I phyalc-ally/ It really/ 1 KlIlllltlfgH., 1.-il l .. each kickoff for Plenn to at a 'bad angle: and I 'I' lllilldex ,
'\4t)8tandmg sophomore. like a track meet most. of ., I i..t.i.v 1.11.I| I ItV make incomplete. on the varsity If he I ,
) per forsrer J. Roy Ch.iKteen; Junior .1 "iMllltH 2 the' tackle. Cacao had I
| rumbled the handoff onfife I' halfback, llnnlly tumbled( for night Miiylon Godwin t "PlIMI' HIM, V\ :, three in a row to his credit Larry snagged a 40 yardpast. keeps up the good work .

| next play. 'paydirt on n 30 yard scamper Tumlinson, ch.used Ooo< I, 'n ),IMlH. |p. HHllM'Ml' K'l I from Harry HJlteh<,rfl'oll1 II : I II
I ( BuracudaQBI I half the not S< OKI,! the /air with three Bill'defende -, j Former All-Stnte center
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New A fine all
Again Smyrna :
filled to runner season' '
I 1:111': T 2H I la:I IK M Some fans in the stands Butch
Redding won the stalling i
frpourtl) an offensive threat and Chnateen has been hampered \.,u 1'11."U".. i it II ll U hind the Tornado '''bench be-I. racudii' 's around. him I,
and outran them to the I berth | Put play penalties! on good 1 aorta disillusioned after the line week a* Tampa Univernityplayed .
Qlt their own 33. Sophomore running efforts this ye-ir,
II I Barracudas scored flr t. One .Furman. Tornado
rOnntng' back Belote, subbing outstanding ns a punt re- Tho big play for him Frldity" fimwill
New Smyrna's shotgun formation TORNADO called "Jim, what are we /goIng remember the aggressive
i lor the Injured David Shannon. kept the Tornadoes. in specialist and pot per to do about thin?" A mo- nlgh.( was a 35' yard pass In style of play which chniacterIzecl I I
broke his throughout the I te'ception. He reached. out I II ..
over own left tackle hot mater most of the 1st young ment Inter, I rambled ('IOKeenOltA'h his years at Biadfon,
li hll"T, &<1I1.I and plucked 4> an exciting 63: yard TD quarter. After making the TI. to Coach Hurse to hen High School. .
Sjftunt.:;/ Belote following hU necessary adjustment, how ; I ---- what he waa saying to Tony then galloped unmolested for .

fdpwnfleld blocking for about ever. Jim Godwin. Andy May- t A Jut after Billy had scored (Griffith about the shotgun for- paydirt I Mickey, (The- Bull) Agner ..
,G yards then broke into the ton and Ronnie Tomlinson +t ,t I t .'I T//I'S on a brilliant 65 mation bean f used bv New Unknown to 'most fan, however' haa been seeing IoU of action( -
Hear about iiiiciflcKl cut to hit .,nU I .I da-.li und 8 ,, .suit ...
a was Home
did a yeoman job of chasingthe lough yard Smyrna. Hut'He wasn't upset nmga" fat t H.jnifold I to outdistance the B:ir- Barracuda QB all over the IS he cume near. the Tor- at all and he calmly worked Uiny endured' on the HeldHnU 1. ingham, Ala. Ho provided

who were vainly giv field Their effort was slightly I ''bench where David was out a plan on his clipboardwith off for his cool attitude '
fight thrills .
many for Tornado followers /- I i
chase. Belote scored the loss than Kcnwitiomil. On a tackle chait for the 'I defensive, coach Tony and onxratulatio.iJi to a well in last >'.,.'r's campaign/ I 2 FOR I ONE I 10IV I PR ICE ..

Tornado TD from 8 yard running plays tho entire defensive I heard
Cut, giving Staike a lead of unit got into the act rII7 Billy /and turned to see who I I' good* it stopped the Bar- Torniuioociuoxtlons, Chii'mploiuJiip. : The "inn I remember ..
|.07.hl'lIf' Sarwleison made4he I wns It was. David "You're' I II
Brown and Reese long with Jlm TNnple. racuda's 'pawning attack. I mo.it was his 6 yarn ...
conveisionj9 .. Morgan[ and,I Chilson. offered a greAt Job. Billy.. Iw- turned to 1If'.e I If the fan was I | effort against grudge. foe Lake'I
The New resistance than the Barracudas called Smyrna game wart more City. "Mickey' scored with three" <
I I turned to David revolved around. the Tornado illa/IIItell(1IIiIIII/IfIII/IIIIIIIII( ( / / IIIlIIliltillhl11I1INTERIOREXTERIOR / ..
and | 'q )
onsored by the Beach Ki- could< Ktand quarter /and mire enough he Tigers hanging on. for the last '
ants Club FROM: Tilt SIDELINES I :'\ him how his leg felt had Ji hot dog, a Coke and team 'being a unit composed :5 yaids. i
h! as a l'h.1I'lIy i ontit. The game war, one "of iiu 1 of 11 miVnbers who The score enabled us LATEX i
? Belote won the outctamlig \ ( 'ongeHt ever uitnessod", by Toi AT :NEW: SM\I":>.\ said it wag doing tine. ,I another fan by the, ear extolling I tictcd to win 6-0. .-.
ns a team
Back Trophy for his feats, t undo fans It started ut 8 p Oveihi, .nd iimothiiiK' nn the merits. of BIG RED. complete on
The Beach *
What does It mean ? I think every play. i -
the game. Canylng the m. and was over about 10;-10. "ldi:line! lit New Smyrna unsolicited bit of pralsej. I tans wanted to know how our How does union potato i hip < %. 4.00SI. -
.ill 11 times from sniuundKu/: A total' of :53> were tossed On to the and Vienna sausage sound foi ...
parses Friday that I'd lute to .. ,'om alitaI' "senior speaks of my way up prell"box boys could work together with ...
nd gaining 103 ytrtU. Hex ard 23 That half 1 a fabulous pre-gama meal
completed during time was such precision. Without ..
with all
Tornado funs As spirit that dominates/ the my I
< >red two TD's and had a the clock stopped ] ,two New TIl."tL"t'oul" believe MOW
means was stopped by Smyrna you
I know David Shaman. cut of the entire BIG( RED saying a word the other man |
car miss ax all acud'i: de- on at least 30 Incomplete t.H- Beach fans/ who wanted to talk Jooy Reese almost foundered y
standing there answered the .
leg during a r practice '"" .tm. It would have been an -
fcmler slipped through the sea. In addition to this 'a new last about BIG HKD.: I told them question. He said "TheseStarko on such a gourmet treat lust' w
week and was umible thing for avid to be a I
ornado punt return will to I mule this year m High /School to wait until I had finished 1 boys hive more desire week just before the New 98 | .
"iiime his usual starting; If. bit je.ilou-i. but he WHH-
$op an apparent TD effort. rur-tb-tll, 'i ,I'l'C'i t the clock to he igninst the Bur i, nddj' In He termed to bo dellght- giving the statistics for the I than I have ever seen In u Smyrna' game? In spite of the I 2GAtS./i -"

; The long arm. (>( senior! "ml stopped after each lat down. plni, ,i. wn" mphomon' III tin HUCCCHS of Billy and radio ,Ind l I would have tlmofor term and they are better. little troubles Joey ha. ha.1. BY 2 .....

arry Brown provided the next There were 23 let. dawns in back Billy Belote Billy |core for Ely! Red. Brown the game Add to this 9 nut had time for just a few I team*," I think the Beach fan overtime a couple] of weeks and SAVE ..
'' his stomach I WITH COUPON
hit the nail squarely on the ago -upsctting diet & ytIlU.t .

proverbial( l head don't you? his romantic tendencies! and : r

P"I the like, he has been a stiongcompetitor ,It.Iltll.11.411! / .

I Joey Reese was a little diMt on the field. ..
GO MODERN t acted last week when It was'
Jim iodwln, 11 i rugged/: standout
apparent< to till that .
present .
lineman for. the past' twoveai.s I
the B.irracudas. were trying:; to usliilly" comes' up witha CASE LOT SALE ..
1a" .
rough up Larry Brown. stellar performance each Yl

HEAT YOUR HOME WITH NATURAL GAS I pleased to roughness hear that brought tho intended $his game: play Against was the great Ii.iiracudtu, This I<

about desire to play harder<
nn Joey fait HS well as the HAM might SANDWICHES add In. spite/ : of he atl the 1W& l l\"inf\ ';II 4\.tI\Th"\ \I "IiIIIIIIIII' 4'U''f4' iniffi'' 'I'4 'j"I 'II 4"f .:

1'\\'ITH.\1. <;AS ('OSTSOTIII: {; TO( I"ST.LIwithin: ( 200( ( ft. i.f. other Tornado ({rld<1t'I'M. Larry prior. to the
I i game In talking MARY CARTER OIL! BASE ;i
In to ho;" "commended :lain) NOTIIIM( : {; 10( ;MAINTAIN.: YOU JUST "TURN: ON his eol: l-hcadcdneHH He showed to Big Jim), his only difficulty !i
l scones to be In knowing", HOUSE PAINT =
: 'II IK; UK:AT* .AM) INSTANTLY I YOUK IIOMK: ; IS some< emotion in line but Totnudo stylo. when he i 1M full. One thing for S AVE 54 40 I
4, sure ho given It all he has, R s 4S9

r.i, FLliiITI1( ( : ) COZY COMFOKT.;: ; J. toy I Chasteen finally. racked ug.tm.st all opponents. J7i eg. cw. PER CASE ..

30 TD Friday r'.
up ii yard Jaunt
Well. Ptlntka Is next' This ,
J. has had at j? 4 cap CASE lOTNOIN
AND YOU NEVER RUN OUT. night. Roy i is) the first big hurdle. between
', least one good run in' each ; .
Big Red ar'l the State Class. I ..... '"
game to dUe. HU longest i to"
'1 "A" crown My feelings were I-.t t
against Santa Fe" was nullified, ., ..
o Safe 0 Clean Low helped f some-whit when Orange
9 9yI Cost t lby a 'I.'PPIl1& penalty. Park 'beat the .Braver. last" -..
r week 70.Going .

-. ( Let Us Make A Survey Of Your Harry Hatcher played hU WITH
best at QB against the fib '
I to the Braves.. "lamp, ,
Ii\ 1 IMrraourrsa. His. hand(.ft5 and! r = w
'. Needs Today No Cost I however., h.L"llwll meant 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
1 play crtltinK\ kept the big 'trouble for Stwrkc Somehow

. No Obligations. hiss off vtilito.., Ho I,they manage/ In ,dun the win. ,
hit Lurry Brown. for 10\ yards con/iPueTE OR ..
paint and fiulv seek' to "scalp
mid a Tp plus "' ne'iking one .the Tornadoes when wv j pi! ,'. 'itPiltithu. ...
In from thu 2 yiird'' line. ,I II l / I think things will | PJT E R I R/E XT R I O R .

(*Only A $10.00/ :Meter Deposit) Tornado center Kddie SUin-" b. diiferent. this venr tiv'"J'h.) : ,
I I believe Big Red will. cil keep* things alive us. ho I II TWOFQROIXIE
I romp the Bra>np< ln their o Al I comes on sarong from the It's. hard. tn imagine -..
huddle to the .line of serf,-
ALL 44.0A13" but I behevewe will toke them LOW PRICE
mage. At his playing weightof -
three TDb
By or moreSTJCK'F.M .
Fort :\MOKK; 1 INFORMATION" ; : 168! he is small, an centersgo ( --

(A'I but thin doesn't hamperhis 10 OFF ROL-LATEX AND CHINA .
CALL !)61-2:331) : ;) aggressive style of playThings "rrACI"\1);;

I have: been fining good I RACK EM Bid( RED! LUXE ... Ready Mixed Colors "

for the Tomndoos down the I

HOMEM.J middle. (Shannon Back 15' OFF DISCONTINUED COLORS ::
I raveled to Jacksonville I In Lineup I WHILE THEY LAST. :

.:.:-. Saturday night to nee!' a former -

CITY OF STARKE Tornado play for the Georgia Palatka 20' ', OFF MASONRY TOOLS ..
Tech YI'IIOWJltclret fr jlv :(Against -

man, team I K''Idle' Dougl, anAllState [
I =
end on hINt year'4Rtate Tornii'u' h.ilfbmk, David

Director !' Cu.linpioiv; tisuu did 3 Sp.lnnoll.1&.11: cetuia. tu.. 'the

,v.., cernaaen.L.Lble Io6s, t 1 Ca 'I.'liiirup' tnS 'eek ayt.rsst r"a- (.:,.:IVi.i .ti,. .T"mllt. Phone, !! 9f.i,8201.i ,--

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TOO LATE I fated by their genes. ut turku, Florida. within -.mixcttleiHirer of Nuvi-inbni. ,'i'. I Illl.I IDiltc'l You,. anil, "in,'h uf you are, 'nr t tlti,' i-'liilnmiit unil this II l"u
I Dr Albert J. Stunkaid.chairman ,, mtinlhn. frmn" the -liif-i,, \ IhlH ill* 'lay i"r li> lo- '''.....10)' not I rI..i, unit, i'itulrufl, I l to [ sworn to by thu ulnliMiint,, hla TilE RIGHT POINT for the
Fu.In \ I ( \ }MOTORS' 1)) ) TO CLASSIFYBy I of th. flriit, publication of this ber., l(0k! pretMtnt any c-lalnm and. dtiniunilnhlch uitvnt, hla attorney, and any way you write. Come In said l lselect
of the departmentof notli:... X'hioh clulm or UHIIIUIKImu (SEAL) ;you or either ut you, buili claim or tl....nialid, nut MI favorite ESTERI -
Ii I psychiatry at the University t b. In writing and mum' Charles A. Darby. may haw against the estate of j filed shall. be void. your
Russell K*y of Pennsylvania, has analyzed ,tut. tI... plan or rentdencff and Clerk or i riri'tilt" i t ('''"1'1 of I'.rad- limmett! K. IJ...rrymnn. cloiu'iiHiil /RLOt6 PERHYMANAn ; BROOK fountain pen. TELE
You This New Wave While half of the world Is post offlrc address. of the ,lulm- ford Count, S y. Fli..rIii a. lute of said' I iNiunty, tu th.. KxcrutrlX of the IJIHI. Will I GKAVll.STARKE.
Brings I the most rigidly controlled ant and limit, I.. sworn In b> 10 II 41 10/27 I County Judge' of llrnclfonlCounty and] Htantent, of Emmett K.
Tr, on the brink of starvation. weight reductioin studlei the claimant his. agent" or, hit, I "'lltrl In the cnuit, hniiMf of Maid. (4'.i"II. i 1 t J puMlrlitlim. Oct. 1 13, 1 Ii'66.
America over-fed that I It I 'III hi li1
01 67 Fords is so uUonu'v. ">'t' \\ t nine v
Come conducted in the United States
I atcorilhiK I to law., In the Court of the CuunO* I 'ty at. "StiivkiKlorlila, within 10/1: it ll3|
]O I I about 80 million are classifiedby between 1931 and 1959. His /3 1
; I t time I of I Ih,' flrrit pulilli utliin. of
the medical profession\ I In I'rhate.In .
leport In the "Archives 01 RAil flAKVlKEieiMllrlx 1 l
over See Them Today. obese. or In the language of of tile Kiitat: of re: l Until to ufKmmctt I thlf ...'..Ih'p. Kurti. ii lulni, ), nr ili,>- Plastic Notebook $2.50 at the
ren.grl'8. Internal Medicine" publishedby : K FJerrvman. n..p".dT. mUll nhiill' b- In urltln1npil, ;
the street. Just plain fat. the American Medical Association Store llalnall, <|iec''ei.d .. All <.reIieee. and. lerMf.nNllnlniff "hall xtattlli' >. 1 p1.i"l'. ,i.-_l- TKI.rXJKAPII.

mew That is why you can't look states. "Results of THOMAS Nnrlll& I'lKHfBHotHi Toinpl: Ave. ('Inln... or DviiinmlNAKiilnxt ilent'i LI nil OmIt ii ff1,'** ad Ilri'HHHEALTH, I BUSINESS
Haiti Kxlalel:
Club at!' youI' newspapers 'and magazines treatment for obesity\ are remarkably "Stark" Florida. ,
KltMi ,txibltrutlon. un September
or listen to your radio
similar and remark
wag .. >9, |1966. DIRECTORYAUTO
un'f or television without being ably poor." Reports of other i'1'.i!t 4i ;iO -'0NoOi'f AUCTIONProl.erty FACTSA

tIme warned to do something about. HndiiiRs by reputable physicinns I

"C your weight confirm this. or \I'I.II"Ulu.| Kor Tn, of Anthony Szabo fall on the !street or in the home can cause a REPAIRS
You are urged to Invest In It seems take It off Sat.. CVt. 21). 2::5)6)() ) I'.M.:
you can
are.reol. relaxiclzcrs. Jiggle chairs. row- but it will come right back. .N.... iii 5.111.' I'. C. U T. TKI'CK STOP great variety of detrimental effects on the "t-pine., Earl's GarageALL
pl ... Owner's 3-Illt Home Usually the first part of the body to strike the
ing machines bikes and count So why not forget It and enjoyO$4p NOTll'K" .IH MKKKIIY": : OIVI5.V. ,
fore less other widgets deslgneJ to if? I Unit ;Mr T J..Mdvrirmn, Highway 17. 911: South hard surface is the pelvis and lower section of the KINDS OF
the hnld..r l of the followJntfifrtlfloatoH Green Cove lii.. AU0 WORKAll
Sprlnj H,
ent.clat. remove these unsightly and him fll..il mild. ""rtlflcaten spine. If the shock is too great and the supporting
:.1 ...'..*H I Iniiil. "Ith I lilH. rtvn Work Guaranteed
unhealthy bulges. for a tit ,!Ia.'ii| h*- structures of the spine not to
are strong enough
Of '. Iusy II|It*n> 17. 1ii'r.'k Phone 9692964So. :
Appilontlon Fr rn."ps .01"" thereon. Thu certificatentimbern .
metht. Profits from the sale of so- $5i.", viIeI'' k...,"... withstand the SUDDEN IMPACT. the vertabrae in
and v*'''rn, of IHHIIH.IU.. Walnut Starhe
.1.1"11....... tiflI. ,.
called weight reducing Items ".... 4r ZiHuil
191.10. 5'. 5. the description of the property.md the lower
spine be jolted out of The
.. position.
.., may
ere NOTrCB, .n 6''p. ,1. uiiuui eCuneflisV.
has become that !: 13 IIKHKHY Otv.JiN. the In whlrli It
so great nameti was<
..r yuan .....1 1,1,1. c..u" h.... effects of AUTO SERVICE
that :Mr. is such an injury could be serious back pain
fen everybody is getting into the T J. Alderman "o"U..d l ore an follow: ,
Ines toil
.nl et.uiipeIecaily
Vie the holder of the fotinwlntflertlflcntea Certificate:; 117 Year ut to take ier *..... I.:Htiilillnhvil bladder disturbances, kidney disorders menstrual! I
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---V P act.Diet ha. filed aald pertiriiHtea (Issuance 19414.DescrIption Gilbert S. Brown
pro .. II. ?rx." Onnrr rrtiring. distress and others.
foods and drinks flood for a tix devil. to bilimned of propertv' Souriso many
movlntf to Ohl .tlwo :a IHl
the market A half dozen iilePcrinks thereon. The "-,>rtlflciitnumhem a of :NK; I'or of NW4' of .,",.. ipti ,t.or. 11..1 I et..te.huInpne Even a minor !spinal injury can result in an unlimited Standard Oil service station
and yearN or Ixmiunce, VW'4, ,H UI4 Wif.. In l KMf
aU' and colas h....... offereI, i.e. ATLAS
are awaiting the di.'>M rlptlon the variety of distressing effects. Under such
of propertyiind M/W OK Hl Ii. Nin i i K: UWlil
mo at the I..k.l ...:". ('.....,iiete l It...... Ii.11 TIRES & BATTERIES
jou every market while name In which It waaimeHHiil I.9t'! 10 107 It' I" Poll 1 MM-" conditions the accident victim might suffer
prigre Dramatic new styling marks the 1967 Ford which has received your druggist has a shelf fullI' are a*. fcII9vu* 24, T-8-S. H-J.-K: .r .VurlIsret, ..tube C. rrfrla.erntr some Budget Tl'rms--Road Service
a major sheet metal change for the third time in three years. Cerllflcnte", : Di. Ye'ar; t.lasIIan.p Name In which" amioHHeclJoacpti fflpsr. ll.'lnii roomMU remote illness for years never associating it with Phone 964-7071
( appetite-depressant pills 1 1. II II n.it.1 pu.e. chilies I .
Pictured here are the X/L Convertible (above) and the X/L 2. I 1961.fl"si.rtptlon! A. \\.1,10< spinal shock sustained in the fall accident.
UIT nnll I | .** lliiiiilrnlM. ii..r hefts.Inapev6 or 407 X. Temple Stark
door Hardtop, both of which offer Fords Select Shift Cruise-O- supplements and extracts: .all of Property (fanon All of maid ptopt-rlv' .lielnv I IIIIha Stile r eul 1 rHfnlw t *.

Ma tic transmission as standard equipment. Featured only on the guaranteed:! to take off weightor K Mne I Mlde of Church, Ht. wherN the County or Bradford. fore ncI..... see tine It fine PHONE YOUR CHIROPRACTOR FOR AN
of .
NW. f ,
"SK'rroiiaea : Stute of F I.tIda HURST'SS
Fairlane GTA In 19C. Select Shift permits the driver to shift back. n..h.
your money y.er
& run, H Itl.l. VI. fi.> Unionvurh cortlfliatv or APPOINTMENT. TODAY!
manually or automatically. Ford's new styling features sculpt Book stores and counter displays FOB Hun S' on Ft, I K I 113 PI.V erli"'nti'' ,nhall !h.. ri.u.>>*ni'* d'' rer"',HI, :41)<% I>own tit. .%uctli
tured Ride panels and a gull-wing design grille that 1 Is die-cast in are leaded with books 7(1( Ft. WI.Y to PdB Sec' accordIng to law the property'tieia'rtbmi "FI.rhuIn. -,. ..mill nit TOMORROW:
the X/L. LTD and Country Squire series. Engineering Improvements 28. T. ".K. H-22 KM In such ". l ..tuielIeent.J1IqeOUalIIp. .." NEVER COMESA : Service Station
.'C give the 1967 Ford! an even quieter and smoother ride. All pamplets and other llteratuie I. Bryan or certltcates will tin (. .: .\I..I.IO .
Ford models will, be on display at Ford dealer available at a price that will All of said property )helntr Ii tile. hlKhmt blililrr, .rUtlua..1 Silver H|irin.s.' Flue., ( public service of the North East Florida Oai Oils Lubrication

telF you exactly Jftbw 'to'" Keep tae" COunty at uradtord Stat ,ourt house door "i ..... awi-ai.: Chiropractic Ass-n.) Goodyear Tires & Butterte.
showrooms:1" and of Klorldu.L'nleaa Monday In month ,>f ;.tov"-I' Orl"...lN Flit.-Ph. .$:lJ-419441' KOAI) SERVICE
:yourself sleek trim. No auch ....rllf.....tertlflcatea .>er. 196S whli-h i-' ,Hi* .0t .. ....-0..".. Ce.
matter what food or drink ,.. hull) be redeemed, I diU'I.I. I, 301 antI 100 StarkeI
:: \ : 'irrordlnsr to law the
you may prefer you can finda property -
w. -
.. ", descrIbed In sue). certiii, ..
.... ;; ">i ," diet that recommends themat :
ft "., or certificate will be sold I. :
the same time! guarantelng the highest Milder at the court J4eCleZ; '
: the results desired. Some say hou .. door on the fIrst Monday. .
In month of Xovtt4iber, ..196Qvhli ... -
eat all you want, 'anything you 'h la the Ttli day of :Nvenibor /<- '7'. <'
L went and our supplement will StieS! ;f1 I >

"" so reduce your appetite an.1rteslre Rated thin 5th d.iy of Octiber. a' .G a.Rn.9:( ', 'It
1 ;
;' 1566.I '
for food that you will .iJ. \ 1<1..1;<_ ;Y; ,.
( )
._ _. ____.. _'" ... ._ '--...... lose weight In. spite of your- Chance A. Darby ,".',4,'""A" :; .. h"Y.,._ ., <'", .'.0/ ( -1', T'. ,,.. /, ,
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Clerk of Circuit f'ourt 01' ..11"1"1" .. > p {
eelf.Even T>radfor l County' Florida.
the preachers are cashIn -
10/6 41 tOll .

in on the' craze. A booV- 20 words or 1_. one Insertion MfinorluN., Kexulutlonx, etc.: l>l .plny Ads In ('IUHMtlled Stx-tluu:
was published IV" COfNTY Jl I> 1K*" ('01 III
recently by Up"Incott ix *>AM: > ron 5656.4 U'OItI minimum. charge) -------------- 1.00 fvr word ______________________ .03;
entitled. "Pray You* <'Ot\TY. KI.OUII)\. It out paid In advtmce __________ 1.23 91.50 per Inch, -flrst Insertion.

WeKrht Awav", by Rev... Charlie In re: TSutate of Cards of Thanks: l/'p to SO words
Icone Halnall deceased. Keyed ,ceded or blind aJs
W. Shedd. In
a touohlne $1.25 inch
first ,
confession. Reverend Shedd NOTICE TO CHKKITOHtAll : (minimum c.hAXjfO) __, _________ 1.2&Eiuh / (minimum charge) _________..___ 3.CO per Insertion.WANTET .
creditor of the vitat of
Mates. "Three years! and 100 Rose Halaall. deeeaet.d., ar I additional word over 2V( _____ .05 Over 50 wurilx: per \vorJ--________ .OS

rounds ago: I dropoed to my ....bY l until led and required..' to ,,.
knees file any claIms or demand
and prawd.'Dear Ood which they may 'have agr.iln-it. Used planoai! -will i HASTINGS MATTRESS INSL'KANCK: IK YOU NEED an apartment I BE SURE TO SEE WORLD
: :
1icIrflp" eryth1n' been on eatS estate. I In the office of the I *'' I
'pay cash or take In trade onanything. AT REDUCED RATES or hou e. Sue W. II. Nollrruin I BOOK
banana diets taken pIlls ". county judge of Bradford. ('olin.I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS| I before buying any
Discount AUTO FIKE. BOATDU"'I.E '10 N. St. Reasonable
,, Florida. In the courthouse other enoyorlopedla.
He admonishes. 710 Lemon St. PalaIkalFurniture ] M. A
Us to "Ask Qo"to. House. Ph. 9691771. Uchgr K. COXNI'ltINSURANCE ; :
.. $ 4 show us why we eat too ---- I I Repaired < < I Payne your local representative

much. to ask Ood to attend At1ENCI'Uchg since 1968. Box 636.
Insurance Problems? O1'l..iClSPACE; for rent or ;
Styling changes for the 1967 Fairlane, which was completely Upholstered & Keflnished I
each bite. Ask Ood to help you Ituise. l Davis Hotel Bid lg. New. Phone 064-C793. fcna
redesigned (for 19(10( include taillight divided by back-up lights
I : Cat!! the Man From I
as shown on the Fairlane X/L Hardtop above and a dramatic II ? exercise. l2Wides. MATTRESSES ly renov.Ued: I and ready for occupancy

a new grille treatment ag illustrated on the Fairlane 900 4-door I 'The pitiful part of the whol "KEYSTONE"George New Innersprings MARY QARTERPAINTS Reasonable.! Call (964-*

Sedan below. Interior styling is new as well with color-coordi picture is the fact that there Custom Made E. LaRue !5391.: 4tp 10/13 Myers Power Tool
and Box ,
nated, cloth.and.vinyl combinations. Fairlane models display : Springs
go on I
really! isn't .
at Ford dealer showrooms much anybody can'do For Florida Living Keystone Height Area Headquarters FoLannniouera '
I about Drop fs A Card or MALE HELP WANTED-
over-weight. Medical Consultant For All Your Power TiraMAUCulloch
i I maea zincs report countless Vftll' Get More PALATKA EA 5-9166( day week 8 hour day. age 18 Chain Snw
Insurance NeedsRepre.enthig
!' to 60. If Interested please
studies that tend to indicate lUU :MRS. I-EGGY SIIALLEK Pumpi & 'Water Syvtentuinrlfgs .
1 I For Your S" In at Personnel
there Is no sure cure for i i epply person &: Stratton
obesity. I I I Greatmerl"an Inn. Co. 209 E. Adklns St. Complete Line Office. Sunland Training Itentalu Engines
No Salaried or Commissioned Sales Service
At the I This Traveleri In... Co. Starke.cent ofPAINTS Center. Oalnesvllle. 230
present time mos N.E. 16th Ave.
EmployeesDAD I Tel. 473-4692 Day 4trhar 102':
knowledge! physicians regard ANDSUPPLIES I GalneHVllI S76-S411
obesity. as an Incurable & HRAP LARSEN 473-4325: Nltes FOR RENT -- Furnishea tfcn4,
built to order. Machine work. _
Auto fire Home Bnilnew
disease Most fat people are LIKE TO WORK I' -
house on King&ley Lake Oct
Boat Motor and repairs.Brown's .
faB because Monthly Payment Plan Furnished 8pnrtmpnt. -
they are herldlt-
For All PurposesVINYL 13 to June 15. Phone i3324il -
I Repair Rt. 1.
Shop. Lake
privileges) Female
arlly fit. Their fatness' was YOU Benefit!
Box 333. Starke [Kingsley mornings! 4tchi: 10 21? school tvicher or couple

I I ONE STOPMASONRY Lake. tfclis FOR SALESto'es., heater- preferred $7S or SSO reap. Utilities .

SAll Sizes on Display SERVICE of all kinds. Furniture. electrical \ furnished. Call 473-3066.
WWk1NIGHTS ALL TYPES of lawn mowers J Keystone( Hel-'MJJ. tfchg
I 8-10-12 Wide Ready :Mix" all nUe Concrete and saws. machine BharpcneilCalvin Upholstering appliances! bout trailers .

1 '/, Baths BIcK-k; mil type Sand: -- Johna 332 N. Water.Ph. Material clothing. toys bicycles]

iLc: ? i and Expandable Precast Lintels. Everythingtiet'essery 064-1441. tfchg intiques. Just about anyth'n.rou .
: *, for concrete may are looking for at 0: I JOBS OVEN
<.. Values: To $10.00
nonry ronntrurtlun.We HOUSE TKAILEHa:! for Tra-'lni Post at lower price I
.- -- :
4 New and Used : will meet any prior. on I ->r sale. Can be moved on 'inn, you will Hirl anywhere I Steno. Idl.K.'i I hr.

all mutrrluU. Hltliiii Hriul- our own lot. J. B. WIilU-: $3 YARD Come 01. t and :look arounrf, I lintel Miihl-lit'lit)*; quarter -

8Yr. financing available I furd ('mantyIll: ) STIUMAINTAIN Phone 964-1651 4tchll' 11, 27 I .Tust 2's' miles north 0''' pliix !SSOtiit ) week.S.rvii'e .

I : QI'ALn'y. ""irke on 30!. Leonard OrltfK : .
Use Our Rental-Fur FOR SALE3 bedroom 2 WAITRESS: WANTKU' upj>l\ Btrhgll ." ton Manager,

BRADFORD "ath house with carport and. In person at Garden Rest, u- $1.50 hr.

-"Falcon for 19B7 retains distinctive long-hooded "Mottanglook" chase PlanI'aymentsUnder ENGINEERING<; CO. porch. Large half acre. lot In I I rant. tfrhK I TOSE WEIGHT safe'' \\e alto I lice.I waitresses,

and offers the buyer an even greater selection ol engines, $50 Per Month Ph. 061-2521 Starke Green Acres with eight large I ritlCLD: TO !SELL : with Dex-A-Diet! Tablet, Mshiers. baby Milters, liuiwI *.
transmissions' ( and optional feature- The engine lineup now In- bearing: pecan tiees. City Water four-barrel 2K %-S with Select Shift Reduced to only $6500. thi I I'"1'"'*'
horsepower, HOUSE : '
eludes a 10 acres of land. and sewage 1108 :N. Randall !tarke.. fitr 11 I KfBRAUTY
Cruise-O-Matic which permits manual or automatic gear shifting. I ti-room i; bath home I is a CENTRAL
(U. S. 301 North out of City St.
low'Mobile Call 964-3651 after S\
The Futura Station Wagon (above) has an optional two-way tailgate real bargain. Has three bad- ::EWE SHOP EMPLOYMENT:
while the Kutura Sports Coupe (below) is distinguished by a Limits. Owner has moved. p.m. 6tchK 11 17
looms-unusual at this plce'' Highway: 21. Melroxe.( Two operators
..ew grille, a spear-like trim moulding and two deeply culp.ured Place must sell. A. J. Thomas SERVICE;
"wastegate" areas behind the front wheel cutout. All I M4 4 toto Healtor Tel. Q64-5701. HELP WANTKI; )--Male. Mu. Situated only two blocks to serve von. Tues 333-A N 63741

Falcon models go on display at Ford dealerships Home SitesAVAILABLE tual Lumber Co. 5 mile south from center of town and 1 through Sat. Closed Moml.iyn' Temple

'You shouldn't. unless you k..p papas 'OR SALE OR RENT- bed- on 301. Good salary regular Mock from schools, It 1 is Service Is out motto. Phone

lecordl ind other viluiblM prolectwiigamst room trailer. Westmoreland employment. :Mechanic millwright haded by large pecan trees 475-5283.:; \ 4t ('hl! 11 L 30 STRAYED1 bull yearling

I nil ind thett. And in Miy 1 Full Lake Privileges Trailer Park. Phone 969-3291 block setter log: turn. Let us show you this om since March 1966. Owner
Mtilmk Model 4 sale
is with I FOR SALE lease
or Large
way This compact ind economical sift Homestead Exempt- or 9tftt-lO3l.( tfclu( er and common laborer. chg 3 may claim by Identifying and
bedroom frame house
Is perfect lor protecting pomt-of- Financing 660" Highway Frontage comn paying feed bill. L. L. Norman
EtmlceNurse. FOR SALE- lot. Fenced back
UM records, or for i smiu business Chihuahua A.K.C. 20 Acres situated on paved yard new Rt. 2. Box 116. SUrke.4tp .
I or iven it home It is identical Fall annuals petunias pan $45 and up. Toy poodles A highway only one mile from rtxjf. 746 Westmoreland St 10 '37

In construction with Meilmk's bigg'r Lake Geneva sits etc. Heavy berried pyra KC. $125. Phone Keystone City Limit. Ideal for smal! or phone !16'-6864. tfrhe

C libel sales and like them it '11 cantha. Citrus trees bade 73-47M. Itchff WANTED Pulpwood and
Underwriters'. LiboriHones. farm or building lots.manybeutltul PLANTS FOR SALECab
certified by with fruit. AU container
saw timber. Contact me at
Ask to see it today Trailer Sales t, ANTt.DHow.ekeeper: to home sItes. Term bage of "
: north
I Town. 2 miles home. L. H. Outlaw, phone
lye In with elderly lady. Ph. can be arranged on this: one Feb. 67. Terrell Plant Farm
te,. Turn at lm. Ph. 782IIH.V 964-0561 4tchv 1027
Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH I 10/27 Xeystone. 473-4758.:; 1t'hK -full price only $7900. Ralford near Fire Tower or
OB Route 10O On. Mile 8E : It dig
I STROUT REALTY Doylea Supply or Flu. Pest. HELP WANTED- Meat Cutter :
I II Keystone HelfhU MAN NJ.E'Dt.D.: Age; 18 to 40 WILL give music lessons on 2117 N. Temple Ave. Control. Clothes dryer for wile also truck driver writ

I_ Open Sun. & Evening To train' for repair and main my brass instrument. Phone ru. S. 3011 Itp P. O. Box 702. Oalnesvllla,

tenance of I.B.M. typewriter Keystone\ 473-4758.: H,'!, I Phone 9W9-3491') Sta"kt Fla. state. age. experience

,. I ind other makes of electric WANTED-Man to handle re- MALE HF.LP WANTED FOR SALE--40 gallon O E education and if free to

ind manuel typewriters and tail sales In a farm supply Route service man. Apply in I Electric hot water heater. One move to Gainesville
\ .
I n,.ini .q nwhlnes. Muat be able handle : BTU oil rirr-u- I /
store. to person at Fin. Pest Control & SO.OOO Quaker Stchg 11 I ILADIES'

At THEY Applicants mast be willing: tone 100 )b. bags. Call collect, Joe Chemical Co 539 iCall' lira- lilting heater with draft blow-
o<'- tor twtlve month Ifoi, > : Do Yon. Need Extra
Mlxson, Ph. 376-8336 Gaines er. heat circulating fan an<
: .vlll be placed on a full time I ville./ ltp LADY WILL KEEP HOUSE draft regulator. Call 064-O35J I Money for Christmas? Supply

alary Job and you will work I FOR ONE. WRITE P. O. Box: or see Mrs.\ Tommy Lewis. 1116 established customers with

I lays while training nlgrhts. To I'' !3-GGS FOR SALE--farm fresh 1664, St. Augustine\ Fla. Itcg Pratt St. 2tehg 10, 27 beautiful family Christmas

) II I *0 be accepted you must be phy- B. C. Holtzemlorf t3 mileson Gifts in city of Starke. Aver-

sically nt, of good character I Edwards Road. tfch-r FOR SALE Sofa ind have an aptitude to work I II II Spare-time or full-time. Write
FOR SALK InK chair. aol 2 table I"m1"v combination
1960 Pontiac 4 Camper-Trnve
-I-/-.1. Helen WATKINS
ser- Odom PRO-
A-lth tools. Free placement
> AKTTS I door hard top sedan. good con $30. Call P64-1665:; after 6 p. Trailer has own motor with
L _.__-.,.",_ ;.w.-; .:.iI: T6KM1TESIf Ice upon. completion of trainIng dition. Phone 064-2471. Itcg m. Itfhg: IHJ and electric lights for DUCTS. Inc.. Dept. 0-3. Box
If sincerely Interested ini I I II 2447. Memphis. T..nn. Itp
Featuring/ new sheet metal for the first time since Its Introduc. \ write' I hunting fishing traveling O'

tIne in April of ItMJt( the :Mustang lor 1M! >7 ii sportier In appearance I If pays to be lure! Twrnlte* cause millions of dollar of Southern i peiitonal Training Interview: Institute I LOST Walker hound. Tat- I living in. Reply to C. David VEED EXTRA

antflnelier than ever before. The 2-1-2 Fastback: model. dam-. to structures MVHMlly.A thorough inspeuon by a I N.W. Allan- BOAT !SALK I ; I tOOt l R M. H. Call 4734113ltp: I son Legion. Trailer Park. Itr MONEY -
(above) has a new roof line and concave rear panelwhile the convertible 2114 SpringSt. OR CHRISTMAS Our Rep-
often discover thcrr ...
tr.ineJ .sp.t Is fMceisory to |< nc. 11/3 10 Ft. FIlMrKhlnnm ,
(below) illustrates the thrusting new hood lute and deeply 4t
ta. Ca -fsentatives
inset! grille. All Mustangs for l'W7! hive two.lnehvlder front and .Q\lU toy notur-i th* termite works in M
Irear tread for impioveil handling. Options far 1W7! Include a Iu* AND JTJMATO: i I FOR SALE -Pan*.les and Pe.I 12 Ft. 0-1.: *l 19.00 FOR SALE- Holstein heifer. sleeping porch furnished! houseon I selling Christmas
season full
..iUU-horsepowcr 3W! C1U V-8 engine: and Select! Shirt Crulse-O I tunla plants. Mrs. W. A. Stern, \s.t.4, 13D.UO) ) Good quality. Will calve In a Kingsley Lake. Furnished i now In
rnlatic: transmission fur manual or automatic: gear hllting. 964. can help you earn
.. LORIDA 1339 S. Walnut St. phone LIVE :Mtc'O1VS few days. Doyle Conner phone garage apartment for rent. this kind of money with Avon.

; All These Plus The Best Deal : ._2tchg 10/27 JOt FOR JI.SO 96 --I501. tfchgr, Also one sleeping room. Phone Write or call Ovlda SweatBox

EST FOR RENT-1 bedroom furnished Zfbco Spinners $3.19 T'pFlshlny 96 -10 1. Itchg : 687, Live Oak, Phi."IT'S .

You Ever Got At I house and 2 bedroom anil Hunting' : IJ- FOUND Male( dog: in vicinIty -
e..n_Also StumpsBf.SH'S SALE 2> International
I unfurnished house. Ph. 864. of Indian Beach. Phone FOR ton NEVER TOO LATE TO

PJlONJ! ONTROl ',7431. 308 S. Water Itchg; ot..LIIU 4152518. ltchg truck chasts. As Is. LEARX." Register\ now. Adult

TEUVILLHUR\, \ MOTORS W4-396S U IL\STATION t'L SKRMCK I Starke Buildeis Supplies Ph. I Education classes. Elementary

at CHIM1CM. COMMW I' YOUR BEST BARGAIN.UDUVT 2Ht: N. Tt-iiipU or SOI N FOR SALE-7 acres and house OO --I201. Itchg and Secondary. Phone 964-2701

1 EDUCATION ctas.ee. ''I 1171 Peachvllle. $200 down. balance day: 96 .3071 evening-s.\ tf

!C Your, Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradfordand Join BOW. Elementary. and PAPA CUS' Barber Shop closed $25 per mo. at 6 per cent ; FOR SALE--2 hogs and water -I

Union Counties. be.on4LrY. t"JU.\l'LCI 1ItH-:17ot: I until further notice. interest Total price 1.500. pump. Phone 064-6325. 'FOR SALE On. Shetland

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Capitol KeyholeBy .
d .." l4V'I 'V1KPrR

With; These Facts In Mind"The OVEP, ,.-, For Today's Homemakers tI

; By Martha Sue McCain t.

warm reception given to Legislature-especially!' a Repub- ftST.RK: County Extension

Bob High here Monday night lican who\ has only the foggiest Home Economics Agent '

proved beyond doubt the ability notion of how state government FROM TINKER TO EV- v V

\ of the Democratic nominee for operates." ERS TO CHANCE there'sa SSA-V -

Governor to win the confidence new triple play combin- \

land good will of the people by the In its Tuesday morning en- ation going on in Florida CHICKEN TODAY IS stored Is loose ennuItl' ) ii-

dorsement, The Miami Herald that may turn out to be as MORE TENDER low some circulation Jf .fir
:.warmth' and sincerity of his
personality says that Kirk has described famous as three men who Today's chicken outdoes One-Dish Dinner
were the greatest three man those of yesteryear It !is Features Chicken
Mayor High as an "ultra liberal"and
baseball combination in history tender and "e H delicious -
more It's to
| younger easy piepa\
Judging by the political temperature then on to remind us
goes Our political combina- meatier for Its weight. Best t end> economical: din-
1 before Mayor High's ap- that the Republican nominee said tion goes from Bob to Claudeto 7- of all\ it's a good bet for the ner in one (Jiih! -just perfect

pearance here, one might have the same thing about Senator George I Yes I know there ; family on a food budget. when the 'cook" wants a

expected a rather unenthusiastic, Spessard L. Holland when he ran are only TWO men runningfor : I Formerly chickens took; holiday And now when you

if not downright cool receptionfor against Holland two years ago. governor but please fol- I 'de ( months to mature to the desirable can take advantage of plentiful -

the man who defeated Gov- He accused Holland (a most re- low us as we have followedthe 2-3 pound weight broiler-fryers, do serve a

flow of some money for and they roamed the barnyard variety of chicken< dishes
ernor Haydon Burns in the spring spected figure in Washington) of ',.' + .
,primaries. the political campaigns which made them more Here's one that sui e to
leading a life politically
When some!! people, charmed ? muscular, tougher and be a favorite.
'But just the reverse was true. of posing as a conservative in by Democratic nominee strlnzler Today's chicken is ONEDISIICHICKEN

The way the crowd warmed up Florida and voting liberal in Robert King High were askedto raised inside a lighted heated DINNER

to Mayor High remarkable Washington. In advertisements he put their money where chicken house and reaches One quart thin-sliced par-
was charged that Holland was 'a their mouth was they hesita- F 1 market In less than nine ed potatoes; 2 cups cubed

y:, and we were finally able to understand "fence-straddler" and that there ted, saying let's see how well :d weeks.-a younger, more tender cooked chicken: 1 f flO ounce I

H the surprising vote-getting was "a serious question of his he does against: Kirk. Some bird than Its predecessors package frozen green peas:

'.I ability that he has demonstrated principle." were enthralled at the start 1 H0'4 ounce] can cream of

I in past elections. of the campaign but sud- New methods of feeding chicken soap; one-half soup

And while Kirk was labeling denly awoke to the fact that highly nutritious concen- -can of milk: 2 tablespoons

J He also has the ability to win Holland a liberal and himself a High would not win by the trated meals to chickens have Instant minced:! onion : 2

; strong newspaper support, with conservative he landslide:! he keepa predIcting, made the "spring ..chicken"an teaspoons Halt, 1 tea'nnn

: several of the state's largest and was simultan- and,, .not wanting to bet on a all-year bird. .". Worcester?*tt'e!: sauce: onr-,

'i yt,<, most influential dailies coming1> ..gSiisJypremising: to' 'rai e the sate!! close one. took their money' Because 4t Is more tender, half- teaspoon! dried mai lor-

rout strong for him over the week- minimum wage, increase aocal! l over Into the Kirk camp. the modern chicken takes am; one-fourth tm,pnni

t V; end. Among these were The Tam- security payments, support Fed- They waited! then to see less time to cook which is a mustardne.el: hth t'fI-<

eral aid to schools, and help farm- what the Republican would boon for the hurried pace spoon ppppei: dash Tabn-,,'<0)
h i pa Tribune, St. Petersburg Times
1 ers get more Federal subsidies.If do and fViev wnltert and they that most people must keep. sauce: paprika
and the
I; Daytona Beach News- this is conservative who needsto waited They finally found The short-flbered meat is Layer half the potn tnc'; In

Journal. The Clearwater Sun and be liberal that the upsurge the Kirk \ easily digested by alape\ : the bottom of It1. bv 7' bv
the Orlando Sentinel had already a people! had predicted didn't \ groups and It low fat con- its< Inch baking dish Sin! .,i-

""K given their endorsement some In its strong endorsement The happen and It was going to tent !!I.a help to those on low kle with snlt, Tor:> wi' "i

;II! time ago. St. Petersburg Times said : "High be close for Kirk too and no calorie diets.Consumers. chicken. Let peas stand .tt i t

has expected landslide there wee chicken room temperature, a fen
pledged to ask the Legisla-
s' In reviewing the qualifications either So these people, mostIv is a bargain! minutes. Squeeze package
ture for
of the two candidates, The Tampa more thorough protec- from North Florida and H.\LADLE WITH CARE break uo block Scatter peas

Tribune said of Kirk : tion for the public against con- the Panhandle decide: not You can keep chilled raw over chicken Top with remaining -

flicts of interest by state officials. to put ANY money In the ; iif70oWlk poultry for one or two daysin potatoes A"-1 '"1

\ "Much of his interest during He proved his own sincerity with Florida race Instead they 'I ern I rrt P ipj the coldest' part of the sprinkle wIth snIt Cnmhi! i

the last two years has been cen- disclosures of his personal finan- took their money and sent, it refrigerator' soup, milk and (,no'! 2 t, -

tered on Brazil, but associates ces. In contrast, Mr. Kirk has out of the state to the statteof Before placing poultry in spoon salt Worcestei' "

there said that none of hill pro- wrapped a veil of mystery aroundhis Alabama to be exact and the refrigerator remove any sauce marjoram, m1l-.d.,
put it into the following carboard transparent and Tabasco ".
growing trays: or pepper sm'
posed enterprises ever material- international promotions, apparently of Ooorge Wallace for FARMER'S DIARY film wrappings/ used in Heat stirring oeeas'nnnlh'\ \
ized. He has also because
mentioned un- they failed. President! retail packaging.!: .. Take giblets until smoot.i; Pour evenly

specified projects in Ireland. Wallace's aides admit that from, poultry and wrap over potatoes. Sprinkle top
"High has detailed to the voters Berry growers are busy Income and they
Whatever his current l Business money has been coming In mentlng loosely; store separMelytrromthe with paprika Cover and
his specific positions the setting plants, and throughout that It Is working out .
on tell
many us
interests may be, they do not from Florida "In donation rest of the bltxf. bake lit 375 degrees for one
the area fields show the in that respect.
seem' to have much relationshipto questions affected by revil:: ngJo'lorida's form" and that there )Js a well Make sure that any wrapping hour or until potatoes .redone
pattern of long, black rows .
Florida. 1885 Constitution. Kirk (growing following: apparently shining In In which poultry is .
of mulch
refuses to discuss the problem." willing to put up some cash : And what 1tar cry these
the sun. This Is a critical
"Nor.: has he, as a candidate, for the Wallace cause. Thereis 1 modern poultry houses are
The Times part of the growing opera- n
: nothing on the books of from the little old chicken
shown the of Florida's ad- .
grasp tion, and lucky Is the grower Bradford ar.dBrooker, -
either state that requires houses we used to have ,heje THE RIGHT POINT for theway
ministrative and financial problems "In 1D37; High was first elect- who gets a good rain after he h "for'r. Harhpttm' : Lawtey: and Starkeare
making puhlc'! the names of -small frame buildings you urlle. Come In nmlmlert
) to be expected of a big-time ed mayor of Miami\ and has been the contributors. Wallace Is has set, plants. Luckier yet $ barnyard flocks Now the requested to attend a vnnr favorite FSTI" En-;
businessman Is the who has initiation special meetirg on Thursday
concerned with bet- re-elected four times. He cleanedup
not a candidate: and the peo- bulHlngs are longer than a BROOK fountain pen TElEGRAl'If. :-
as he does not have to Oct. 27., pt 7 p. m at the.. '
ter His the
go\ernment. spend-more, questionable practice of ple in Florida made certain football field and if you .

tax-less program is patently ab- city officials taking plush tripsat the Wallace people know who depend on chance. By Sam McGarvey don't belle! that, ask some Starke they Woman's will be deeply Club because involved -,.

surd. the they 'are and that of of the poultrymen who "\walk
lIe more
taxpayer's expense. took One time 've set berries, in both the analysis N..flre Of \pplli-nllon fii.r 'J',,.
their friend would contri- around them many times a U,. .
politics out of the city's insur- "
during a driZZling rain and and action part of whatever
\* "So the Governorship contest bute If needed They feel 1 ping around these days day. NOTICE is 111:1:1"F. :i:i i' \' t
ance purchases, insisting on com- the next Hay the plants knocking p ople down witha plans come forth as a resultof S'. that Mr T .J I Ml
Hla-h didn't show 'em. KirkdMn't
\ resolves itself into a choice be- petitive bidding. He guarded the looked as If'they hadn't been mighty wallop, The Bug this study the holder' of 'th. l
tween a one-time successful insurance city treasury fiercely, holding the KNOW' what slww'em George and Wallace they\ moved at all, and we lost got both Seen and Alice and Speaking of fl hlng. we Other ''persons likely to be eertlrlente.,"' >.* for hn n. tti\riltrltlflinti d., I

"l company organizer with line on taxes and expendituresand is fighting for, so in the only a few plant! out of the they'llnot over the effects hear that Jmmy! [IPotllcker] called upon to assist in analyzing Issued, 1 in local state thousands sot McRae of Starke won a fishing problem areas and unite lIr" f
no experience or reducing the municipal debt. in the of it yet. .,
hope of being on contest with a 13-lb. plus! the <|OH,riptlon of 0.'"
who have special qualification -
government and Robert King He was an early campaigner ground" floor they put their ant, the nAmpa 'In aL l lNN4 ,
No word yet as to when the bass and that some catchesof which are related to one .. >,HHf.1 t are n.* felt, ," "
'High. against crime in Miami and his money there The poult-,'" business here
pecan auction sales will ) "reds" are being made or more of our problem areas :CortlfUntff: .Vn II'' 1 '
leadership contributed to the cur- So the money that wouldhave start at trrt" StHrka market has been /{\I'r'.n) /{ over a perIod down at the Gulf, What with are Invited. Attendance at THflnnnre' 11114* .
"High has served as :Mayor of J'oneInto! the Florida 'but in the last P..IJHlon, of |pnp.i iB '
of .
rent grand jury investigation. Bob Allen, the new market years fishing, politics football, and the meeting will show how of m.K P&I: I J'r' i I h. ,
\ Miami for ten while main- campaign went from High to has spurted un-
years manager, says: the crop will few years hunting come up soon their effort will fit into a total Tr.N. of Jl .rtf..ml. "
taining a successful law practice.He "Compare this to the public Kirk to Wallace and in other be' both light and late and til now It Is the. biggest: thingIn there's plenty of talk to stir plan. Name. In wh'h!> ,
hesitated record of Mr. Kirk. Instance from Kirk to Bradford County. Manyof Stalder &: Wlmlhilm"
has never to fight so far we )haven't, heard of up a breeze the s days. ,
they'll letOeoroe Also leaders of \ responsible All t>f sold prol"i> "M\ i '
for what he considered to be the "In 1056: Kirk moved to Florida TTI"h to Wallace' anyone who his a p" do j H'CAPITOL It, as a means of supple- of PlnrliluITnUiMs, .
public interest whether the op- of nuts, alth ush! one man wina their membfishlp
and settled in Jacksonville."On pm Is neier going to and) are "net'cprtlMrntei 'rl, I lr. "r
ponent was the vast duPont estate NOTEBOOK has a stood; yield on his stu- ...................... prize for the biggest fish, asked to attend this meeting shall I.. ."I I ,
August\! 5, 1958-about two Did any legislative committee art trees: at Orange because each has 'nii-orrtlnir' to law tu,' :I' I
the utility companies, or a but while fishing group specIfIc .
ever think to check 'Into .. ilttttf'rlhcd In Bitch ,
.' fellow member of the Miami\ Commission' .. years later- he first registered the owned of the ,, TALKBy Lake ,he came up .with,, the, ; programs of their own. or rertltlrntmt, will! l b. d
... .. who are SHOP
Al\'ent' .
:' ." \0\ vote;hr. lorida. .' -*.s4: *','-.sr1; ;, \ that State Agenciesare .
?; buildings! that the Pecans door thVonrlw ,
Huggins tellq us ord. The poor little thingannIed contribute .effectively to the on
"In 1960, Kirk worked while a renting space.-from; ? Talk have been held back by Peter J. Novak : In month of \ .
"As Mayor he has shown none Democrat in the presidential cam- about conflict of Interest at the end of the creation: of a program of III6H... whli ID,, the 7lh. >I l o fNnvombrr.
and thatas
all'the wet weather General Managerr..v..vTtr7.VVTVVVTVVYT/ line a moment of two and work for community development > 191111.Aleled ,
of the characteristics with which paign for Richard Nixon. There are :so many "national" a result there has been then expired-not for wantof they must be Infor- \ Kirk attempts to color him. lie figures! coming to the All of bar !11166.!
In evidence.
his some water but shame for his med from the beginning
"In 1962 he changed regis-
committee I Nfl.1L1r'hartes!
has, instead, proved to be a careful Capitol for a which is n disappointment to .
Toiay we want to talk smallness. about what It being\ planned A. nm' "
man with the taxpayer's dollar tration to Republican. hearing that a private cocktail many people. as pecans In a about community problemsand they must make 8Ulu'Pstlonabout \ 'lArk of CI-"It, t'nn. .

and a campaigner for greater "In 1964 he ran against Florida's party with will the be held State for Cab-the Rood year can: result In a the solving of those: problems and action f"rd County,, \ I.'I"'I.,, l 10 I ,, I''

\\ efficiency in municipal adminis- respected Senator Holland, visitors invited to attend. It's nice bundle .of.cash. proolems Our communities, needed and their effort com-

>., tration. the main theme of Kirk's cam- inet hush hush Chickenof large and small, have three suIt, but a changing society bined with the efforts of

paign being-of all things-that all the very week award .to Leon So. far at least we have things in corrnoiv: will often require the adoption other organizations to produce -

"No man can serve as Mayor Holland was not a conservative. County Senator: Mallard Ell /gotten! throuar! the hurricane '- 111 A recard< of community of completely: new procedures more comprehensiveand
wit.n" it. and In trying to constructive problem-
storm Benson !
accomplishrne.nts -
of Florida's largest city for ten "It takes a lot of brass for a Horne. F'nally' found out development '
anv storm reins and' here't.hOJlnq pI which' many citizens find the most effective procedures solving action for community -
years without acquiring a sound, of :Mr. Kirk's limited where the former sneaker .
\ man exper- that our luck holds pound for our particular development; than any
practical knowledge of the pro- ience, limited knowledge, and apparently was during the FSU-Florlda! out. The one thin; we definitely [121 A recognition among circumstance we should single organisation can produce -
bear hunting
cesses of government and of the limited concern to ask pame. He was do not need right community leaders. that further give consideration to: itself

needs of an urbanized state. On the people of Florida to elect him Since Alachua Mallory ani now) Leon representsboth counties now is a flooding 8 or 10 improvements:! are needed 111 Improving the existingor The chief purpose of this
r"" the basis of Hiph'a( record, we are to their highest public office." he wouldn't be caught Inch rain ni we've already and 'traditional' processes of first commurlty-wlde meetIng -

convinced that his knowledge and dead rooting for one side or had more than our quota f 131) A need' for more effective problem solving .. will be to explain the

dedication would be used in Tal- That is why the choice is easy the other at the annual for the year.. procedures for making f T21 Using Federal subsidies uniqueness of these particular -

\- lahassee for the benefit of all the says The Times, in announcingits Grudge game but some Of decisions!! and Betting\ actionto and principles and procedures -
decision in favor of Mayor flower we how the will Charley
people." his fellow senators' who represent The prettiest solve proo'oms F31 Develooh new self- program t
", High. the same district have at our place now is our The intent' diversification: help proceclu-s be related to the existing Ji

The Tribune touches on another and heard were there and caught the Confederate roe Years a so. and sp-'cif'ration; '! of economic Several I veeks ago the community activities and E.

argument in High's favor whenit For those who met dickens from the aide they when Alice set it out she hidit activity now taking Chamber of Commerce initiated why the result of this effoL.tIIhould

points the need for Floridato Mayor High at the rally here weren't rooting; for. Change in a shady spot but when place in our n"1'1hal complicated a /series of meetings be more successfulthan Johnsabout ',

up Monday night, the choice should that title from Chicken of It didn't do well there she the problem of local with our various community other community efforts -

elect a Governor who can work also be an easy one. They must the Week. to Smart PoliticIan moved It out front In full Felf-help In ell of our Brad- leaders. Urban redevelopment of the past.

with the reapportioned. Legisla- surely agree with The Tampa of the Week aware1.! sun. Now it II l doing< well and ford County communities low rental housing, The last stunning' meeting t tin

ture next year to achieve reformsso Tribune when it says : "With LADIES AND OKN- Its color-changing< bloomsare Different and desirable cour- downtown redevelopment held produced the thought

long awaited. these facts in mind it is our TLEMEN NOW another Con- one of the spectacularacts ses of action! are being promoted government study and other that as a matter of priority this question :
put on bv Dame Nature. simultaneously, but related subjects have been discussion" for the October
"Kirk couldn't do it," says The judgment that the voter who stitutional Ammendmentyou only a few of these activities< and are continuing! to be dls- 27 meeting, three areas "A $130,000 award<1 to a

Tribune. "A Republican Governorcan looks under the labels on Novem- will be voting< on Novem- Look out for the Flu But, can be eeperted to receive! rusced As 'a result I our com- shout:! be discussed! Theyare Minnesota\ girl 1,100-

expect little cooperation froman ber 8 will choose Robert King ber 8th. Is number eight: with on or whatever It I Is that's zip- sufficient citizen support to munity has been selected to : comprehensive planningfor 000 verdict for a New-
which deals
overwhelmingly Democratic High for Governor of Florida. the the discipline removal and .' Insure their Complete !success!, be one otIt'veral/ under Starke and Bradford York child $350.000:

retirement of Judges creat- While we wish to encourage study bv the staff of the Ur- County, a study of overlap- award for a swimmim!
sincere effort at Counseling and Research ping governmental( functions -
every ban -
nine commissionfor know why.Speaking. drowning these
Telegraph ing a man pool
The Bradford County
of the Senate community betterment, com- Service of the University and government finan
that pun.Ose.! This is a but few of recent
the establishment cog Each of the governing: are a
dictates the
there Is growing feeling this mon sense of Floridj under directorship -
ORID. Established 1879 good ammendment to vote week among senators that if M> some general of Richard L. bodies of our county and our large liability awards.
do with
FOR It wouM away < the ammendment for the organizing agreements on the allocationof Sterba cities within the county Does the Charley E. Johns
like the Impeachmenttrial
E. L. MATTHEWS things \ session passes, as the avail ble human re- In the course of orderly have been asked to supply Agency recommend a "one
\ of the Pasco CountyJudge
+crlvt Editor and Publisher ",, in the recent past we hr urged. it doesn't sources and on the selection planning, we have now certain Information to Mr. million dollar personal 1 ox
MEMetaO of certain h-h! priority pro- Sterba at the University so ."
(is) Florida' Oldest. Weekly when a man wu fighting ]limit them to a one day ses reached the point when it Is and analysts cess liability polic> to
d jects for united preparation
Newspaper Published ConcigTlOtN for his judicial life and the sion. Lawyers in the sen'ltesav the effort. We refer to communItv time to hold our first com may be made prior to the keep pace with tod.ij's: h-
.. tinuously nder the Same jury rthe Senate of the state that It depends on in ability risks?"
it. and effort as' encompassing munity-wide meeting order meeting.We .
put on
Mtuthead. of F'orlda' ate peanuts read Interpretation
,, their interpretation Is that all of Bradford County and that we may explain the encourage you to attend Charley E. Johns
\ 1'""""".,! Fnch: Thursday and Fntcred: an !erond' F'Iass newspapers and slept during the one day session j-I"t' not Just a particular: segment' entire proc-rnm to all inter- and we request that

Mutter at the Post Office nt tnrke, Fla. the" Important testimony what: the ammendment actually of the countv: ; e ,ted lndi\id The Florida:! Bar back this
t."ndprct of March 3, IR79. one along with this reporter!' calls toe It Is natural, to rely on hope: will: Include every re- cf) your friends The 131: S. Walnut St t

In Tra'Jerea: 1T.. $3.010.:; : : *2.00. and if you had been at that Tills !Is S I1",. and tha'!' procedures "'..1t11t'h'ch' 'oIL'e (SinsiMe citizen<: In BradfordCo i dale: againTfur'tsy.;: Oot PHONE 961.COl

Ontn.de. 1'rn.d.rl':\: 1 Yr. $1: ft :Ma. "22.>. l lest ittppachaient trial you'd the news througfe' \ the Capitol;:> are most fBtilllar so lirjf as m'y." 27. at 7 p. m at the SWfce.
11 .... they produc MtUfaetory re- our ...1='Jc .r KfcUla ot ms's CS,.b. ..
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m Werd.nt'liday.Troy Johnson I Morning: \ Woiship 11 a m. | KM; iiin- Service 730.: Midweek 10 a. m. Subdlstrlct' Workshop served at noon I VYYYYYYnyy..YYYYy ..... I had .a.i weekend, guests! :Mr l\ I 01 \" 'Y'" Jl UIE'a!! COIHT.AMI .

pastor. I Youth Fellowship. 6 p. in.I i|I \ Prayer Service, Wednesd on "A New Day in MUs Catherine! E. ./ and Mrs Marvin Tucker and t('ott"r1'/ 1.01111)\KOII III\I1FOIII"

,It1, I SMYRNA MISSIONARY Clviii) Pintiltc Thursday, ) 7.;JO ; \. 7.30 -Rev. Glenn Law- Christian Education" at First 1 Lakeland Wins( a weekend RAIFORDBy baby and Mr. and :Mrs Clifford Ill .1U llittUJ.: lit

BAPTIST CHURCH P. m I-.nr.. pastor Church Gainesville! 7:30: p.)of Mr Maid Mi-s H. C. Cerscy and\ daughter of ,,\..rUM KIlHWHth: ,, Ut. .uni"
fJba Jacksonville.Mra .1." "nirfHit
m. Mr. and Mrs. O J. I Votre of .'tll..... I'vtUlwn For
FUtInl Primary Kirs. Earl Dobbs Gertrude Hart attended .
Wednesday were among: those fr'lnnl Illi'liiirut.. <.r K .i>vll services: Sunday School, 10 a. riiL'Kcii School 10.. lu Junior, and Youth Choir Homecoming at Klngnlev Phone 406-2601 the Methodist Conference TO ALL WIIMM 'IT MAY 'rr.NriCKM

m Preaching, 11 a. m. Training Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m practice 3:13: Prayer Meet- Baptist Churc-h on in Lake Butler Sunday afternoon [ :
Union. 8:15: p. m. Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4Raifoid and the birthday celebration :N.; tl. .- IH 'hn'l hv ifK.n thai' I
LONG BRIDGE BAPTISTCHURCH Training Union, fl:30: p. m Jag:. 7 m.Thursday '
p. Lonny Prescott of ; !! .
flied) niv final f'tiitit'
01'\' IHioiitrlx
Worship, 7 p. m Everyone Training Union. 6:30 p. m Chancel Choir Baptist church! will of11.... Nettle Mann ,
Trc Evening Service. 7:30.: Prayer Lake was a Sunday, vl I ,: \ut the! xtiiii of Cyrus
welcome Elder T. C. Williania Evening Woishlp. 7:30.: Prayer host the Assoclatlonal WMU Mr and Mrs. Lynn MiKnt 1 ISIlHvvnrtlh Resind.ne.sed. .
School 10 m.; M'etllWednP8day.( 7:30: p rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Hattie Derby "1I
Sunday pastor.' !MPPtiiu. Wednesday. 7:30.: Thursday. Lunch will be served entertained !Mor.day night hii\ that' I hate filfd.. rt'i PC i 'II Ell Morning Worship 11 a. m.. m -Rev. R. M. Butler pastor. nnh Prescott and other Vernie : .1,r final. illmhn.fr. and, thai Illl
aster :Mrs Thointon
-Rev. Jim Rigdon pastor. FIRST BAPTIST at noon m the educational
Evening Worship 8 p. m.; LAURA: BAPTISrSunday tives. "' iipply t" Hit lionuruhleTheron
overrtrcnt AIRPARK BAPTIST building. at a !birthday supper. ,
STARKE A. Yawn County Jmlifiif -
Prayer Meeting Wednesday School 9:4D: : a m. KOAFimUN BAPTIST Mr. anti :Mrs: Pete I ,. ..
Sunday School, 9:45: a.. m i Revival Oct 2330. ;Mr.: and Mis. Leonard! Bapp I IIr"Jtl'r<1 (County. Florida, 'on
grew 8 p. m.: Blng each Friday at 1 Morning Worship 11 1\. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. and sons who have been II and Jacksonville t'AUD OF THANKS :N'l.vi'inln-r; II. I l'iUi'! .>. for ujiprovulif .
Sunday! family of
23- I
Worship 11 Oct
8 ReY. Lane, Morning a. m Sunday. :Mr and Mrs. W. F. :' the game. anti fur, final dlwlure
m. Harvey 7:30 Ing
mem p Evening Worship, : p. m. :Morning:. Worship 11 a. m.
Evening Service 7:30:: p. m School, 9:45: a. m. Morning visited his mother :Mra ;Myrtle: 10 the. wonderful friends' and i. ux KtPintl'lx or thiI'M
Club pastor Prayer Meeting Wednesday! \ Training Un'oti'! 6:30 p. mEvening left Friday for Okinawa. ,.
Sapp Ueum.ocioiivr
Prayer Meeting .vedne shy Worship 11 a. m., sermon Sunday.( datives who extended! comfort tiiti" cif Cyrus KJlHWurth:
wage 7:30: m.-,Kev. Luther McGee route they visited in .h'c"(1.
ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC p. Woi.shlp, 730.: Prayer 7:30 p m. Training Union "What Must I Do To Be Dave Shadd of LochlooHfi and kindness to us In our 1'iaa''
Calif. and nth
una pastor. Meeting Wednesday. 7:30:: Union reles. visited his mother. :Mrs.: Lizzie the death >
Training and in
STARKE 7 30 m.Rev.. E. L Saved? sorrow grief THORNTON.:-
timearea Fiiday : p. Todor will be THEL.MAKxcriilrlx: IJF.A\f:
Sunday Moss, 9:15: a. m. BROOKER BAPTIST I p. m.Rpv. R. E. Berjstrom Grlffls. 8:15.: Evening Worship. 7:30: Okinawa for 30 months.. Shadd over the weekend. of our beloved husband and f the Kntnte of
"C pastor
Tuesday-Novena. and Bene ptor. sermon by evangelist E. R. Mrs Alice Cason had as !lather. John S. Warren. Cvru EII.W'l'Ih! B""'m il*"
diction. 7 m. Inquiry Class Sunday School, 10 a m. 1 IIOPE BAPTIST' CHURCH Anderson. Jimmie Moore of weekend guest :Mr: andrs: Through your kindness: we I TunllAH: 6t PII:n'I':
p. Morning Worship, 11 a. mTraining PINE I.EML BAPTIST visited his
roe Ii 8 p. m. I Union. 6:30:: p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m [highway 100 at Theressa] Early morning! services wilt' weekend. parents Earl Mr.Dowling and, of Miami., have gained strength and the rnyatIuw, 'I.I '. V"inh 'I') .'nile A\ .'.
foreelite Thursday and Friday be held daily 7 to 7:45: a. m. Mrs. Mallle- Griffisguests knowledge of true v'Uue ofinod -i 1 i k. ))0"1..1",.,i .
Evening Worship, 730.: Prayer Morning Worship, 11 a. ra Sunday School 10 a. m Mrs John Shuford I ,. ,
with the evangelist deliverIng was Sunday were her brother -I friends, w* truh thank I n! I Ml'I'?
Maoa! 7:30: a. m. ((9-30: a, m. Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: Pre-Senlces [Booster Bank Morning Worship 11 a
ored with cookout in and
char, the message. Coffee and a family, Mr. and :Mrs ou Win, and children. I I1 I ij
mea lot grade and high school stu- RA OA. and Sunbeams every Young People and: Pray m doughnuts will be served bration of her birthday Ace Richardson of Jacksonville ijI'I''

thla den.taJ.] other Thursday afternoon. Service)1. 6 p. a. Ewnln Training Union -6:30: p. This service is especially for versary on Saturday !
Rev. James Temole. pastor Worship 7pm., Midweek m. her children Taking I Mrs" Edna Shadd .' '1
crew Saturday: Mass, 9:30: a. 1:11: those on their way to schoolor ,
tem DEDAN BAPTIST [Brocket] Service Wednesday 4:30: p Evening Worship 7:15: work. Come be with us. this delightful affair I Jaughter and Mrs Onle Grif- ,,
vie ASSEMBLY OF GOD m.-Rex'. D L. Ramsey pas m Revival services daily [except and Mrs. Joe Shuford fls were In Jacksonville F.. ,

pro) mWAT CHAPEL Sunday School, to: n. m tor. Wednesday: Night Prayer Saturday I and 7 and ira Becky of St. Augustine : day.Mrs. I
.. Weldon St. and Raiford Morning Worship. 11 a.. m :and Mrs Phil Shuford of :Mary Freeman guest "
nth Road. Sunday School. 10 a.!n Training Union, 7 p. m. Even- BCTHFL BAPTIST CHURCH i mST :METHODIST Other m.: 7:30: services p m. during the lahassee Mr and :::1.11.. Saturday were her daughter, 1"On ,I\

mOl Morning Worship, 11 a. m Ing Service 8pm. Rev Sunday School. 10 a. m I CIIIRC1I. STARKE week: Shuford of Starke Dave 1"I' Mrs Alzy Thomas and Dar

prh' Evening Service 7:30: p. m. Lacy Conway pastor.CIICR'II Moi'ii.i.! :> ,' Worship 11 a. m Sunday Church School Tuesday: Junior Choi- ford and Mr and Mis 'I nell and Mrs. Hazel. Thomasof
Evening Worship 7:30: m 0:45: a. m. Morning Worship Shuford at the home
gre Thursday Prayer Meeting: 7:30: p. A I Hawthorne and :Mrs A. M[
OF GOD practice and Sunbeams, 3:3fD :
Um pm. Young: People's Melting Prays ;Meeting. 7:30: p. m 11 a. m. Snack Supper for m. GA mettlne. 4:30.: latter. Charles Shuford I Jones and daughter and grand- November 8th let the citizens of Florid
Saturday 7:30: p.m.Leroy 122 N. St. Clair St. starke.! Wednesday Rev. W. L MYF. 6pm. MYF meetings. .;uest. daughter and ),[1'11.1.il'Y :Mott
Lightsey pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Newman pastor.NORTIISIDE 6:30: p m. Evening Worship Wednesday Family Nigh' Mlas. Cynthia I Rev. and 111'G.. A. Rattrei send Washington a loud, clear message. Let'stell
covered dish! supper 6 p. m
Worship Services, llam. and 7:30.: Jacksonville was the of Jacksonville were Sunda them we're tired of riots and lawlessness,
Friday Choi'
HCILBRONX BAPTIST 7'30 p. m. YPE. Wednesday BAPTIST Monday Prayer Group Primary !quest! of :Sir. and Mrs : guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johr
Bunday School IB a. m 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting: Located on .Bayiesa: .d1ih. meets in Ladles Bible Classloom. practice, 3-30: p m. Lee and family. :Mrs.: Green Sapp and family. we're tired of inflation, we're tired of tax and

c Morning Worship 11 a. m. Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S. way (SR 2251at Ralford Road 10 a. m Girl Scouts 'YYYYYYY'YrvYnvvvvLAWTEY John were In Arlington Mr and Mrs Jack Cason Of waste, we're tired of rampant crime in our

Training Union d:30: m Williams pastor r tSR 16 J. Services: (Sunday: meet In Fellowship Hall 3'15: lilY to help her father, Lmytona Beach were visiting
p. streets and we're tired of slaps at our
Evening: Service, 7:30.: Midweek FIRST PRCSBYTERfAV School. 10 a. m. SUllda1Iornln:1 \ p m Peterson, celebrate his heir parents Mr\ and )11>.
Prayer Service, 7:30: : Worship 11 a. m Tuesday Quiet Day pio- \ .lay Theodore Rosier and Mrn. Al- constitution.-
p. Sunday School 9:45: a. m Training Union 6:30: p. m. 1I'am of WSCS in sanctuary Earl Denmark: and .ce Canon Saturday.Mr. ft1

Ply Kn/.ii. Hlum'hanl of Jacksonville visited and Mrs Marjell Dobbs

orothei.",-in-luw and were weekend guests of heipatents ULTRALiBERALi.lOUT
Iaaaaaaaaaaa11aa1aaA/ Mr. and :Mis George Mr. and Mrs. !Dean KEEP THE

An investment in Your Future6fA CHUKCII ACTIVITIES: and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Agner in :Madison.

A Revival will be held at ing and their families Debbie Griffis 1 Iii a patientin OF TALLAHASSEEDemocrat

I""" '3,"Q f C f? (% PI' + the First Baptist Church, ,he week. Miss King Ann Memorial,- Crawley hospital.of St
tT Iii I I I' :Monday Oct. 31, and continuIng Mrs John Brown and

ii a1; Lei\ [ j: Ik! iL (& ill p**** k.* m i**M Edward through C. Harvey November will 3.be Rev.the sons!Mr and and:Mrs.::Mr. and Ralph< Mrs. over Mr.Augustine.and the :M:weekend.visited i's. Frank her Crawles parents,' Vote for the or MAN Republican with a.you PLAN: can

evangelical speaker. EveryoneIs Brown and family heard Mrs Marzille Thornton rcur I
in.vited to attend.Homecoming' Ed Ballew in
'ned home from King Me-
was observedat
Sunday. iiortal hospital last week / -

111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIlIIIUIIIIIIII1111 I 11UIIII li i In i 1tll I I I li Sunday Grace Oct.'Methodist 16. The Church music on of Lima Ohio were
was extra good and Rev. W ind Ramona visited her brother -
guests of ::\11and Mrs )
A. Fox and family Mr. and :Mrs: 1
Where haue Ihe a former pastor, lamilton. While here the I
brought a flue message. Approximately .Ito.is went sightseeing Leland Lessl1': in Tltui\ an !
100 out of town Sunday.

LEAVES Gone? guests were there for the occasion. Augustine on Saturday Mr and : u's. Earl Dobbs a
I A picnic lunch, was ,Ocala on Sundnv
... visited ther children! the How- ,
served on the church lawn Mist June Blown ard Registers in Lake Clt I '

I and everyone enjoyed the le- weekend with :Mr: and Tuesday u.icl attende> me &kI1diT'
Tree tottiout fceir; leaves are Mc B. W Fane In Macon[ <
I beautiful floral arrangements
Church budding without the! people. The were in :Mr and McRuffr fi;! fill
'; presented memory ol

teat ...... friendliness" and welcomeatmosphere 4 ,, Mr. and Mrs., R. R. Thede by 1- --
Ihe family. -".-

are created by die people.A0of Grace Methodist: Sunday'

School 0:45.Vorshlp: 11 am. 1r
these tiling are a teal aid to worst ,. f and 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Clrc'e'

'i Monday: 9 a.m. Choir Practice
'Wednesday, 7:30
: MYF 8
"'Gfc. IMU the lard the glory due unto } I p.m. p.m.

.bk name: twjWji the lonifa. ,ISle beady 1 First Baptist: Sunda; Hear These
School 10 a.m Worship 11 a
; Wnns.- 4 f ] m. and 7:30: p.m. Rev. J. E SearchingSermon

1 Norman has accepted the call

to be interim pastor of the
Come, be one among many to diare MHe church. 1

Church of God: Sunda: tIRSO,'
;;; of Lord'f house i
J ty worshiping In die School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a. Subjects .

.. Sunday.M I, m. and 7:30: p.m., Yl'EVed-
/ j.eaduy 7:30: p.m. Prayer ser-
\ T7frSill"
& vice Friday 7:30.:

Highland Baptist: Sundav: ;:

: ; o:: School 9.45: a.m., Worship' 11'' "(.mud! Hut Lost""Why
a.m. and 7 Choir Practice -
;/s. p.m.
I //i! I -
6:30: p.m. Sunday Pra.vei
-"aQIL4fSII : meeting Wednesday 7 30 p ,in David} Sin
.1 ; 1'KKSO.VALS
esiA' t Cei Nrsi.d N.rr 1t" fQ l ;. ned"
.. .hf.,.....II..*.lou.lid..4. Hi h.. I Mr. and Mrs. John Morrisof I
.._................. _10....... I:f Jackson, Ala. spent Sunday'I s
II tut IM br. M t .p ihkor.'. Ifi'_ ;ex,, v with her parents, 3Ir and MrsH. [ ,
'I_ "Suln r"illt in
i )
P. M fusty. .to ft* .bn W 6o< n pmo- E. Priest.
:1. .r w axi.ry it'v a. w ... "Isw m 1. I Sunday afternoon visitors of ., ,; Church"

,.,.......*. .<. ...... Mdi w k>M w :Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dmkins I

.. w1 Y.rlgl, ...... Tn.1.i, m c I were Mr and :Mrs: Paul Dm- I .. r
h ....ales MM. II..._.......__ king, Jr., and David of St ". "Saved Hut )Lost"
.k.OWdi, .W....*i ift .IM..IIa..I/ M.i. Augustine( :Mr: and Mrs. Jim

t wt: M4.. Ml ,totf,. fcro, ..4. .IM. kntw. fl' *1i.w '. Button Fred Stone and daughter I ..; .

pvy nnoi .....d tfMiOnnk std ",r1IcIjdI" a Mlltori[ Haddock and! sister I s ,r1i' "Penny WISH* Dollar

........ t kit .as MY. !'O\ :Mrs. G. C. Franklin, all Fools"I",

=', ... d.etl.d...." Y Sulk nidi f fj of Jacksonville..: and Mrs.

... w.b .W Ii..11 M .I dYM. III 1 1I Freddie, Umlcins of Avon Park
I Isd :Mr and :Mrs. Howard Cox of
( ton....Ali..i.n. Air "Houscflies""Make ''
Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cot-

wuuu, =;l iuiwuuuu u.f 4 1lIUllulllllllllllhillullllllllllUllillllulll1Jll! ton of Hawthorne: and Mr

,. and Mrs. Charles Dlnkln: of that Horse
Starke. '

These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors was Mrs..a W.weekend O. Rhoden guest of of Ocala:Mr: I I.- Drink">

and Mrs H. C. Wainwright. I
STARKE Mr. und Mrs. Louie L. "Some Tips!! on Who
Wainwiight of Tallahassee.. '- I Not T o Lend

SUPPLIES, Inc. and 111'Jack Wainwright of Your Bird DOll
Restaurant & Motel
Featuring Are Hardware( Waycrohs Ga., and )[1'. and I To"

Complete Paint Supplies Special Rates" To Commercial I'coplo, \A .n Spi't'laII/.. In (""..tom SljuishterIng. Mrs Edward Wainwright of I
and Sporting fiooiNinnrjK .. New Free TV-n\r Conilitlimcil Culling) A Wrapping I Klngsley Lake were visiting
: WITH cs FlR 'Mr. a.id' Mrs. T. L. Wainwright flow
T"T"n AND SIHmEK : To Make: Her
t9 WaslUng on St. 061-4201 I'rpl>I\rc.,1 For le<

;North 801 1'h.! Ufll7081Rosier Lo\e You"
Miss Arthurine Blanchard EV1j
P1IONK 064-8281
of Jacksonville. spent the week-

Bradford Abstract Co. Monument Co. end. with :Miss: Enza Blanchard. V4 i

15S W. CALL STREET r ntrr> Ij't Mrs Ruth Barthlow and
Ph. 964-6881 Starke A Monument For Every X.I. y : Gx Vti1M7
,&' 1 a. Mrs[ Ray Nugen of Middle-
3IAKBL.K. (in \:\Tr.'V} I
burg and Mr. and Mrs.[ Bobby
Edwards Alfio 3InrusoIi'iiiii OF STARKE, INC.: Biggs and children of Starke
Grocery &
411V.. :Madison. !Clarke were visiting Mrs. :Mae Wells
Mkt. Ph. 089-1361; Home< 78'J-3lili5! U.S. 301 NORTH Sunday afternoon.

Ph. 9G9-3S01 Starke Sumter Harley :Mr. and.
Groceries Meats -Feeds :Mrs. N. B. Blocker and sons, Baptist ChurchCorner

Gas & Oil: DeWITT C. JONESPh. and Mra. A. H. Harley spent

864-2182 Starke. Fla. FUNERAL HOMES Sunday afternoon with the H. ,
Charley E. John
C. Harley family. Jefferson and Clark Streets--Starke, Florida

Roy' TV: Service Starke Ph. 961.2600 AgencyCALL Mrs Bettle Miner and eons
and her mother. Mrs< J.V.. "" J., : .... .
Carlton visited Mrs. Effla OCTOBER 23-30
ROY'FOR PROMPT: Keystone Heights 131 H. Walnut Ph. 964-0301 Miner Sunday afternoon.

SERVICE Ph. 473-3176 rK.NEK\L. INSURANCE Mrs. O. J. Phillips\ and : 7:00: A.M. COFFEE AND DONUTS SERVED)
920 Thomas St. Starke Nolxxly' Hut Nobody Undersell \1rs.1
Bill: (Joskins were visiting
hurley. K. John Agency 10:00: A.M.: 7:30 P.M.:
Phone.j9618981BRADFORD and Mrs. Leslie Phillips ,
sons last week. r'j I NURSERY OPEN 10:00: A.M. AND 7:30: P.". )
Sinclair Refining Co. Mrs H. C. &
Hurst Shell Service
.. Mrs John C. Tye a.n.c1118& W.
". L. Thoma l>islrltiutorCASOLINKS A. IIOGAN PASTOR
Enza; Blanchard attended the.
A. SUPERIOR MOTELAmerica' ;; : KKIUSK.NK: ; CARL HURST Bradford County Council of ,
Moat Hospitable :Motels Fuel Oil and, (IIIMIMH" ''* 1 'I
Homemakers n
extension Planned Just For YOU It's
Air Conditioned UK!Coffee%- Free TV 603 S.Ph.\Vulnut.001-3001 Slurke Ilwy. :201 & 100 Ph. 961.6111 1 Starke on Monday morning. A --- Definitely Differentp.

1757 N. 801 Ph. 004-M71 covered di&h> luncheon was
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By LAY Mr*. Howard HILL Pdf.tlrh 'V/1N UP TO $3,000 CASH r $ 3! FASTER. .CLIP THESE SLIPS '

ne 2|..4131YVVVYVYYYtt1VYYYmY 1 ..
t -
he Black Creek Association i
rtlngr was well attended
m aI; '
i Wednesday and Thursday, :

ttlst ti meetings Church:: at on MJddleburg IK rffl \kW eG fi 1iD
w1'I .. ,
Cedar Creek In Jack- Bl >MIMR I"l-i ..... .... '
Mile' on Thursday.! :
lie attendance was good at as :
.! IT ] .
/ Hill Sunday Jamea Grif- ..
from the Clay Hill church .
ducted 8ervli.es at Long f/JP/ Me INDIAAROUND TIME!! ..
j ch Sunday nIght. Mr. SHW 1
Rls' has entered into the ..,
Jstry and held hi. aecomi ? R- if y THE ARQUNDTHE e ey
flee Sunday night, May the .P'Tfell' Fll.SUPERMARKETS j WORLD IN.y WORLD IN .:
[ "
et t his richly ministry.bless him through- ; ,__- % n 80 WAYS .:.:. 80 WAYS .:eC9 ..:

and. Mrs. Buddy Wilkln- e
vlalted Mrs. Wilkinson's ."
1 Ia. Dan Faircloth, In a /?
neavllle hospital Sunday a!. .
\000.r.::\' Paircloth is ...
duled to undergo

Ira.Monday.Irene Padgett Louise H iEfe ii l itetv
IllS> and Grace Lang attend- ,

.the association, meeting at. f PRICES GOOD THRU THE WEEKEND( ]) : / *?? : : : : .:.. .: ...; ..: j;.. /--j-v' ; ; .;' .:
*r Creek last) Thursday (ffBF /.
tr. and :Mrs.:\. Allen Crewsson QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED *$ "
m -
of Brooker Bill Black _
K1SERYED / : *!'
Gainesville and Mr. and L : ;' '. < *; $
1. Ed :Monley:\. of Lawtey. r EJtI'I.! ; Wi
"lii--i; ::
ted Mr. and Mrs, William ;
fish 'over the weekend. ( 1Adt| | |,;- :;
fr. and Mrs. Howard Pad- ff
I and son' visited! Mr. and .. *'
I. Robert Baxley, Jr. of ;;:*w r9S tore. Inlet Sunday' afterA. V .

Ira Frank Carter, Mrs "
.ard Padgett and Hardy. 4 ::L. I .
Igett visited Mrs. Alma

rtrts irsday.tr.: in. Jacksonville last Aij4P jieJ' ALL PURPOSE :

and' Mrs. William Par-

V'Its and Sunday children of Mr.were. and supper Mrs. L SAVE 59
+4d Crews In Jacksonville)
Or. and Mrs. Clarence Mos- / JAPPLES .
and family of Jacksonville !
ted ,Mr and Mrs. Henry
&y. on Sunday.
[is. Hlldred Carter and GROUND BEEF
l 1l
,dren visited Mr. and "MM
Mrt Baxley Jr. and family t
I'Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moa-\
fend family: in Doctors--. 4
unday afternoon.
rich ForeHtry Flab Fry 'I. .
"//le Forestry flah. ,fry ,at,. L8
.alley attended Farms Saturday flre tower after-.was C $ oo i

01with around four Those hund .i.BAG! : 3dEW:$", .
people prevent. <
m Clay HUI who attended .. ; :or,:.. LIMIT 3 LBS.
re- Mr. and Mrs. Louie car. \ ;..0,,, W : LB.PKG.. ..
: Mr. and Mra. John :Wilson -, ,
.__ .f'; ) : FOOD OHDEH :
Mr. and Mrs. Howard .., ; J.1'p t
Jack Wilkinson.. Irene :; c..v' :;;
flfrett : \\0, :\ ,;.:: .:;: ,"'r. U :
Sgett, Mr. and Aim. Buddy .JI ... J'o.iJ -
"q',;,., iJ,.":...... :.t. A .
Iklneon. :Mr.:\' and :Mra.:\' Farley .' : .\!!; .. .." '. ..
'%' ... .
tin, Mr. and Airs Fred )i.1" ; ..
) ''lit'
rter.Ir.::\. and :Mrs.:\. Hardy ..
flffett, :Mr. and Mrs. Frank SAVE 14t. FROZENFRENCIIFRIES.
rter and, Lilly Carter.

Cveryone seemed to enji>yi .
i IIIhWin. puppies, .slaw :
1 baked beans. Thank, jo. .
:k Wilkll1'9Oltor helping 4
h the cooking. 2 IBBAG :' :
tr. and (a Mrs. Elmer Johns 25c
I family of Daytona. Benchte .
visiting in Clay Hill over '" ;
weekend. .

Va are happy to know R. '. 8- ; :
Austin returned home from m.

hospital Thursday. I ..", ..
Sorry to learn that' Etta i .
chael was rushed to St. I. .
icent'a Hospital Mondayht. .
She is: oomg one 11" > 1 :
> I'
t Is still in the hospital.deld .
: over from. last. .weeft'T. .. J ..
The homecoming was a \. 'f :
eat success Sunday at' the "

.ng Brancn Church. Tb3wd SOUTHERN MADE \ >
was very large and the ,
ad was pl:?;ntlful and good IRISH
;{ 1. WHITE
te donation for the upkeep i .. U.S. no :
goodie '
the cemetery was GRITS MEAL C .
:'$ .
Clay Hill Church omit- '
o, ._ ss '
School ,to .
d their Sunday : :
tend ours and the pastor ofe ..... .
Winfrsdllklnsoti :..P. :;';:' !I .
church. Rev. ..
brought the meB *- bL4: POTATOES

e. "... 5 ..
ERSONAL8 .......,"! h f I
Mrs Irene Padgett and ..
: #4\ :\1 :
llle Wilkinson mad a visit .. ati '. .
Gainesville Friday. i4, ':, ', 'fA.,h.f. ...."'>. '
LB .
-tI' "
Mrs. LuUer Whltfield of : { .rV ..... ,. __ -.
: .
c ; .
l otO'
x-oa visited her sIster Mrs ,, :' ( \1 7 J .
',1 e. ;
I lly Carter and they attend- BAG V 'i.l

I ranch homecoming at Long \ V j& >>" 6. '.l... ,. ., : : 20 ."

Mrs. Hazel Baxley and LIMIT OF EACH
.rf1i LO
atherlne of Doctors Inlet > V
sftei her parents Mr.: and" cdrl\: .iq J- V .; ., f :
)'5. Harry Padgett on : .' t' BAG ;
;, t(2't.:
J-s.. ,
'L4'4i .
hursday :! r.oif.' ,,,, .$..._ ,";: '...
Terry Mosley. son of Mr. ._-: '',,' !>:f ; ( & r'JIIY' ."" ?' '
7J rs
id Mrs. Rlcnard! Mosley of .. t ; 1#
Jghland has been seriously 1'' '' V f '
fljt; \t V
i In Riverside Hospital In _, LIMIT-1 WITH FOOD ;
icksonvllle V '
Sorry to learn of the aocijnt -
R. J. Austin had while tg' 9tesli :
orking In the woods near .
., tarke last Monday. He was
ruck on the head -lth; a .
rob from a pine tree and APPLEPIES
i e )
hocked: u.iconscloos.' He 1
; pderwent surgerY last Frt r 1
ly in a Gainesville hospital .
ir a broken jawbone and Is :
nderiro another operation
Us Friday. I

Mrs. Thelma Wllllanvonid ,
( Barbara of Green Cove
her parent. \
r. and Mrs. Hard" P afternoon. Also vtdt // 8 C
V the Padottts here: Mr. /8
Id Mr. nrmtt-. u"ttehoea41

\ family of Uxvfll -.i- J.. s._ jY .




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MOB._--11; ,_ ,, I V BRApront' COt'NTT: Fri.roR4rn. 'TAREF' FLOHIDA' TrfUR.qnt\v. OCT. >. 1yyyvyyyyy &
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V TV VT VVYVY Clerk of Clr,-.ult Cnu> t at I I at i'",idlnar to law Deat.rlul. ..r Pl-ifli..rt" yea/: I 10 "'I 1 It 10/27: aworn. to by thn ,claimant hlaaannt the dale. of the flint pulilli. !\orui i>ie puce tru
:\\ O T I M '
Tin 11.1..1'. in H 4t iti'1 OAnVIBKxeiutrU 1 W, 14" Ml W 7.'f' to |ii.lV :|r.\ 'h claim or demand not 00 .
tliadford Ci" !. the Ci urt of the Culm. *? or diinitnd IIIIIHI' bn In \\rltlnit I ) IN THre'= HWTVTK Oe"
MAXVILLEBy I l\'. "Florl.. lie. \e aolei'ted 'uii-thet..LIuwInii iroi" \'rv .J;-i;fjR..n roifin( Hoae: Halnall" of the deceanodTHOMAS Jr..I..t.It Oil ill. :N; on.. I I.: I II! \\.' .'.. Ia.. thndr..rd ('scaly. "Fill-" filed Khali/./ LOIS be void.PIJURYVA.VAa : and nmet chit' I lie plate ofreeiilence $Alf) DECOFINSTt: ;: ,
UN ,1,7411' I'UII "
L.lie' I K: : to Si iJt : .
lila. In Probate.In and tkat
i to< uit u.. Chrkand. 1% .,M RR.'D.'DUn I I..t ofrite .iIdices You are hftr."y notified
> FOR alotI PIT:nr-K!!: T-S-S. r.: JJ-i': Ritet utrlx of the l.axtlll' .
lifpittim,. III the dlffeiillt" il" i- ,. re JOatat of of tl t ilalmant and. MIIIHIIn a written 'Instrument. purptfitlnvtu ,
) |1' 'OJ' 1TY. Fl Oil 10 : North 'I'pmll.Vfl.. 1 unit Irntiiment of Kinmott IC.
Mr*. A. C. Blade .. Nit mu Iii \\llloll HHHIHHIll' I;uiniett' K. lV.'rry mit n, D" Aiinnil'I Hnorn to bthe claimant.
be the last will anti tnalaninnt
i in t IC if t llu inlinlv fin" tli< In re, Hntate: of Sharks, Florida. ferivmaii\ deccaHcdFliHt _
\\ It'll .. ..... .. .
i Joseph A. i 111 C reilllora lerN .. MM .
rhone 29-4191 "!h'tit' nil "1.1.'ill.in: ( to be told N(>. Kone. tis icit .. publication. Oct. 13. 1100 aici lit* 01" |his| iittoincor of Haiti. deiedent haH. boon ."
II. flecenttctlKOTICB I First publication on Kuptetnhep All of .."hi l i'r.t.rty. | bohiw. ,in. llntlna. 4' ""..,, or I...........1.. It will be< omu void l accoirilnHto court
'tiiI. k 1'IflhDietrict '; IO/H: 4t mIlled In probate In this
M TO CREDITORS 20. lino ,' Ul'llu
the I the ( "utii) of Hi ailfoid.fUte A.ai.st Sold e'bas.s: law. "
Inl' &AAA&A & .& ...... :>o. 1 I.....*.< > All cr0.2 a t ore of 1 the eMate' of (V2I> 4t 10:SOollie of I hit"i Ida. \ oil and said. of you meliareliv IoIt'ptp"Io" ,, ,' 211. 1960 V..MI. aie" her"l>y coininrtna
Dave bhuford:! Cmintv IVmI'roclmt nose" II"1..11.. ,deimnrd I 0.1'I Unless mull "ei,.tin,'.ale ui notified. and "ir-nulrnl topreniiat <...iility .1101. ..5Cc 4.tIll. .1. III wllhlli i I nix tiilciiditi. month
SCHOOL NEWS lit.. .,..., I erelo, notirieil, 11.,1.,,I "nviulieil' I 10. :\ <>( Appllratlim. for '...* i ertllii! ,ait I -i sits ii l hi' .,...h"'I. <'iluccorilinK any' clalma. nnd di.innmUw I In .tint for. llrniiroul 1 I...s.ciIhrIin leggy: I I'!"'.. :SlmllvrIKICJV o:siiAi.i.imAdministratrix.:: : ,: I fiitin. Hit dale' of tii.. first pub- I
The Halloween carnival for :Ne.; I. 1.11: \\(0)( Ml} file I I nnilnliii.. in i ,iteiunnrltHhlih Deed t.." iii. ", the propul'ldeacrlbt'd >' lilt li you or either 1 of ..ottonly '. I .. llcatlon .1 thlH notlte tr upIH -
l > IP 101111' "II I- : of tin "INluUof : ,' ,' "rt and, allow
TrFi Hull UtHlit< Mm toy tliemn liaunalnvl have airalnat the eatntioi 'in In I thin ''
the :Mamie Jones Kle- \ ".. tit 1.111.. K. If.UTll'l I In. .u'h niimriileor I In re: KMlali. of. Jul.11 Si"' Inllur Jules I"'hlll.' doccMiaidHfHt ,
Agnes the
dork I MIH W. why
I InK I ItiiymimilUIJHII K If % can
: Mid estate In the office of t Hecountj will bt' sold to Fmnii'tc 1'.rrv'nll.n.: ili''''-'' ''.1 mime an you
ccrtirifttea .
'. :-: : IS HKHKHY 1 : OIV- derenHtMlNOIMK. puhlli .iitlon. on Sept:; iit- ... In admltHIIK -
: mentery School has been set Mmnuli* L. Tumor Judge of Hiudford. l Coii 5. the bltldei at the Into of sit 1(1 c*>unn'. to I ml Ion of thIs .lIr.
1'thHt:- Mr T J.I.18'mnl1., hmhtiit : hir
; 10 ( 1I"UI'I'OIIlI11 : U. 1966.
1..1 I Moalev. li.Hpc-i. tursI'rciltut Florida In the coiirthouve //.d. .ludKO' of Urniiri.nl I I Hald will to probateHliould
over for Saturday Oct< 28 from 5 I :N;., -. 1....i llKIN.,.tttI at ty. surke Florida within .nicalendar \ the holder nf the following court houx. iloor. un Lh'h'"t 'inW. Florida At his offlie. ;\ trulltoia." of the. i plate or "THOMAS & IMI.Ill'l, I': .not stand unrevokedTlinitOM ,
NoMniber :
of ;
Itren( p.m. to 9 p.m. Instead of .a. I tl.n Hull I.HWIPJ' I', .'. (Cartel. montha from the dale. certIficates. hits filed .aald. ccr- Mondnv I li "ni"in, I li li da. -. I the court hnune of xnld Coiintv Jill en S.hiilor tlocviuutl.. arelieieby 301-5 Noilh "remple> A" ... A. YAWN
lot 71
grewmem joint carnival with the high ,clirk MIH. lia. ,.pl J..n."H. nf the first publicatIon of thIs, I tlflintoa. for, II tax' ,cIuti1. I to bo I IIMI8 whlih ll'illl' In I > I nt Starke V lot' Ida, within notified and rnqulred' to Starke, Florida (Countv Jude Bradford County.
,, taauml thenoil) The cerelfli.ai.1numbers of Noveniliii. nix calendar mutniha' from. file any i.1..hnN..r. deinandH !9.29! 4t ''U/'O .
school as In the previous Karbaru. .1.I I"orate II. Mm A II'l'pini n..th's. Mttih claim or d"u.ndlmu.t ,. Dated (Slit, Otl .'..y ut Oi tt>.- the Fla..
and of 1".an.O.Ihe .
which have
years time' of the flmt publltntlon of they may against
'. > Thnmaa A Pierce
I ''''I''I..r.| be In writing and miteS
Club ye-'irs. this year will be sponsored description of tim l.r"pf'1.ty.Mnd lieu, ivnoHBAL. this. notice Eucfh .said. eatattt In the office "f the '. ..
I P"'ln.t" No :I. Cum. foul. late the place. or residence and, claim or dt- iv <:01 "MI oIIUH': rot HI, 2111-1: North: Temple, Ave.Siarks.
wngtinca by the school S the. names. In nhlth It waaiiHHpHmd ( .) I I1Inn.( Hhnll be In urlUnR iipdHlmll ounty JU.IIJ..t. Bradford \l Kt
elementery iii, iudfa.r I (I'oiint( I"Kill i' HulldInjts pout office. addrnaa of the claimant iv \M1 FOIl lilt > )It l> Fla
a.n4 t held at the elementery I Mr I > ollli' P Cliirnrrcluk and must. be sworn to bv are aa follows: Chance A U...rby. I stilts the, pIt. "i. <..r ,11.. i ounty. I'lorlda. I In the courtliouaa 1'01 l N'I 1'\', 'I.Oltl n.III .\. First publication,, on Stptembei" '
tIme : J. '1.. O.-ntr)'. Mr Wll- the claimant his mront 01" MMfcttorniy. Certificate No. 11>7. Year. of Cleric of I'n" ult ('"urt of Urad. denie" and post" nfflt i ailtli. ,>.1.1, at Stark 1l..riiiu... l .. within to: l tritt. ofRone !!'i. IUIl6.1t29 .
school .
!Issuance 1VUI.. ford Florida. of the claimant. anil, shall calendar month from
V I iLl. "10 U;: 1'iu inaneiaira.i.. MMi or It will become void. Cohn IY. nix Halnall. deitaHerl. 4t 10/20
"C The Baldwin PTA sponsored .
'I llii<*. I InspiilomUUtrlpt
areareith a fish fry !last Friday nightat :>O. SI Ilii> !I... -

530: p.m. before the football Geome lloberti", Jr, cininljI'm
I"II""IH. "tit,.. .
game.' All proceeds wentto ,. SAMPLE:: BALLOT I
fore In i ,. utgluri nail
the Library fund. I
ente American T.I Kloii Kiilldlnirliii.in .
clar, The Baldwin! junior varsity .. .\. \\ lnk hr. < lii rk : JHH-. GENERAL. ELECTION V
team played Hastings Monday i.,pli .\ (;iimMrM, MvrtliW' "
mea last .r..H.. Ml.... MlirK'. :. :Nt.wtti..;( in- BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
night: of week at .
this ai>*"< I I.*IM.PrvclnLt.
creafeni Hastings and won with a : ;Nt: l I.. )-'lc>aMHlil I Uror NOVEMBER' 8, 1966
scone of 33-0. The varsty Huulfi.Kl, I HiKll I' Si luiol MisMm I, .
team remain undefeated with !: MiliHt. cltrk : Mm, *I'.m-. PRE INCT NO.
pro! two more games scheduled. St. : &b'lHiiips rat IL I limpvctors. To vote for a person whoso name is printed on.the ballot] place a uoss (X) mark In the at thO
Josephs and Mac. .Pr. .
.. Academy In.Iill.- li. Vaiuleiblltliitlli .
denny. ,10 .tif JHIIUH M. ( Buck) RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. To votc for a person whose name is not punt-

atl\ The Baldwin Indians !Xonnan:. MPH I Irfiii. I. FHiilknvr.ItTk cd on the ballot write his name in the blank space provided for that
played purpose.
mOl ,'' MIH, I'urlg' It: NorniHii.Mix .
Bollea Friday night on home Lillian A. ('t"n."r.. Mil. Judge District Court of Appeals
prh grounds and. lost 47-0 During .'lorrL yul h"'IrN. County Commissioner No. a .

gre halftime the band ilsirlct \". a UlnuMmit First District District No. 4 I ICONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
formed B .
tim a .'loi,'*',in,* JohiiH. County I'utn- Representative In Congress Group C (Vote for One ARTICLE V. SECTION! 7. ADDING
to represent:! Baldwin on the mlcaloncr.f )
football Held.- In, t V;... 7. HOMO. RJL.HlKh Second Congressional District (Vote for One) SUBSECTION ((4))

This Friday nIght \the Bald- /: o I h"oI...I \\llllun |I.. Holland (Vote for On) JESSIE R.. ,CHASTAIN Dem I I JUUlCiALi. county Judges. Proposing an amend

wIn Indian clpik, liHinon r)el.] MrOMMIII .. I _ _ _ _( )_ I ment to Article V Section 7, adding Subsection:
Band. and ma lorettes ( M"';Sial.: Mra Sortie ('. SAM SPECTOR (Dem)
I l. I ((4)). of the State Constitution providing that tb
travel to St. Augustine: It"a.ln..n.. I tni iii"i t".rs.Precint DON FUQUA (Dem) I I- I Legislature may require County Judg to be aI
c for a game with St. Joseph NI H. S.sIt.nrd. National I 1 1
I Member of the Florida Bar in countlw by pactal
ttinrd .
Ae''ldemy. I ( rtnor\" \ II llarIpy. I _ For Board of Public Instruction that
V Jr. iltrk' II.., Vera tire" it- HAROLD HILL (Rep) acts subject to referendum; providing ouch
BIRBDAY PARTV ', dun. Fmncea 11. \JeLen.lun.. Mrs JudgeiiUurt; of Appeals District No. 1 law shall not affect the term of office or the reelection

Rhonda Pftrrteh; daughter of 1'cgg' yilaller Inspectors I LJI First District (Vote for One) of any County Judge holding office on
Precinct No. 9. irystontouthsids *.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parriah $ plemtntnry' ach'iol .I. _ _ _ Group D the_ _date_ _of_Its_ enactment._ _ _ _

celebrated her! ninth birthday }' i llHimnoml I. dprk l : Mi t ic. .1 Itiila STATE (Vote for One) H. VV. BENNETT (Dem) l I I I .
Saturday afternoon with a : llardv', 'tH.' hazel 1.. How- ---- FOR THE AMENDMENT
ill. J"hn I P. "lnipMin.' KIIMMrlil ,. Governor -

party ents.The at the home of her par It. ">Chaataln i,. I llamptoaJicslr County (Vote for On) JOHN S. RAWLS- (Dem) f I I r AGAINST !!.IE.IENMENT I I

six I: guests enjoying the CominlaHlonorfriHlnct I For Board of No. 7
.. ",, ,' .. I I Public Instruction
occasion.Mr. (o. 10. The t I
C.tii" in'I it I ty (C'luli I Flnuxc I Thelaaa. ,'- ROBERT KING IIIGII (Dem) _ District No. 2 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
and Mrs. D. J. Parrish Mra. Jean B Darby clerk -- : Circuit Court Judge (Vote for One ARTICLE V, SECTION' T
and family. Mr. and Mrs Dan .NII-I ...nun I ,>.;,lil..% Mrn. J> rr>' i I
Parrish and Davy Bradshaw Kodait' Mrs. MlldiPd IIrlnKon.I CLAUDE R. KIRK JR. (Rep) I Eighth Judicial Circuit JUDICIAL. County Judges' Court Proponing, an

spent Sunday at Six Gun Ter. I Inspectors Group One II. :A. LAWSON (Dem) I I amendment to Article V. Section 7. of the State
Precinct .No
I II. Hampton
ritory. lily Mall HamptonV. II. I I (Vote for One) Constitution. providing that the Legislature shall

Patty Parrish of Jackson Maxuell. cluk, ." :Mra' ClurlitAdklnn _ -_ --- I I provide the number of County Judges In eaob county -

ville MIM Hanara, Hill, :MrvShirley Attorney General t I --- V_ _ _ I and the monetary jurisdiction in cases; at tew
University: home
was Norman, intIectore.Irs.inet CEO. L. PATTLN (Dem) For Board of Public Instruction in County JUdea Court deleting the requirement
over 'the weekend (Vote for One) _ _
with her No 12. LIncoln City. _ ---- that County Judges Issue aOl Ucenaea.
parents, Mr and Mrs. D. J. !Sharks I'ulill.' l.llirary. JoaiphalliiHkl 1 I District No. 5

Parrish and family H I llayniiinri. \', I 11111 I. ilnrk Moto:. Mra'InHiuctorH, t-thol:.. EARL FAIRCLOTH (Dem) t I _ _ (Vote for One) FOR THE AMENDMENT\ I I

Mr. and Mrs John Long: of l IIstrli l Ni.. :.1. .HroitkrrZ Circuit Court Judge I

Jacksonville guest of were Mr.Sunday and Mrs dinner "In I 8HI..r.. \.V.. llHmili,tOt. County CoinPrcclnit ELLIS S. RUBIN (Rep) t t Eighth Judicial. Circuit .SEEBER D. GOODMAN (Dem) n.!! ;;EM I t I l ,"

Gene Johnson' and :No; I IT A. Howell Group Two No. 8
daughterand lei,'wllli /KIII: MulorH ( .Fordl) Mm (Vote for On) nl
attended church services "It: lint HuluinikH' f. cl..rk ; MraIxirralnc .. I __ CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO .
_ _ _ _
at Maxville Baptist church to. :McClillan Mra Betty __. AUTIJCLE V. ADDING A SECTION

gether Jun Vn\att, lMllr..b.. Cora State Treasurer JOHN A. 11. MunniKEi:: : (Dem) I PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL

In _ _
sited| ore. JUDICIAL,, Selection discipline, retirement and
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Mrs.!! O J. Rafu.se entered (Vote for One) -
I'reillut :Ni; 13 B UrahamBruUHhum _ _ _ AMENDMENTS removal of Justices and'certa.1n Judges.' Proposing
Duval Medical Center In Jacksonville : [III 1I and was expected to .. Norman J. Uufe\erH ili'rk : 1 I Mark a cross (X) mark in the square at the RIGHT an amendment to Article V ol the State Constitution
BROWARD WILLIAMS (Dem providing i evidence qualifications to hold offices
Ueolf" ltl\era :Mrn BonnIe Ice ) Court for the Amendment or against the Amendment.'
undergo surgery Monday. :M<'Klnnp>'. Mr*. Nellie: Arnold, Judge of Justice! of the Supreme Court Judge of a
Mrs. R L. (Bud) Harrta Inwunctoi t I Eighth Judicial Circuit: No. 1 District Court of Appeal and Circuit Judge; providing -

was!! a patient last week- In StVincents ...I'riini. .."t No.. II. SampHonli ., JOSEPH S. YASECKO (Rep) I Group Throe rONSTITI'TION: AMENDMENT" TO for retirement at age' ; of 70, providing method
in i r Kali Htruth MrahianirH
: Hospital In Jackson .iJiuiHliy" clik. ; M r... _Vote for One) ARTICLE XVII, SECTION 2METHOD of disciplining, automatic or Involuntary retiring
I 1 or removal and providing\ tot a Judicial Quail.CommlaBion. .
ville.Harley riiaii;, Torrl.t n. Mra\ livctilrla .\. --- V --- --- -----
Thomas left Mondayof llavbiirn, Mrs\ Inrwartit. U. IIPatt I' OF REVISING CONSTITUTION. Pro t1caUon.. __ .
last week for eight weeks \ InK''I..ro' JAMES C. ADK1NS, JR. (Dem) I posing an amendment to Article XVII Section 2 of -- VVVV n V -- ----

Piiiln. t :NCI O; I IS A Hrookc-r LEGISLATIVE --- --'---- the State Constitution I
providing any revision FOR THK: AMENDMENT
training at Fort Benning Ga. (,omiaunitMmist: ; ;:: ; : .. l.rfmkoiTin : of the Constitution \
as adopted convention Shall ----- -- -- -
Mr. and Mrs Dan Byrd of ,'o I Djiil.' .clurK' : %l Ir", Fuji,.. l State Senator i i ba submitted to the electors at by the next general' {. I[
Jm llt-llne
Mayo were last Monday visitors "ell..y.Iro. (| 6th Senatorial District -- -- election. _
-- -- -----
gor. :Mm. Gir"lo Jones, limpi:- STATE
here of Mr and Mrs. J.
(Vote for One) No. 9
D. Bell and son and Mr' and Preilnct :Noj I H :.NVw..; ltl.cr, Secretary of State FOR THE AMENDMENT I I
Mrs. R. L. Harris. Moody xtorc." New KlM-r Mrs 1 I (Vote for One) CONS 111:UTIONAJL AMENDMENT TO
... L. "PETE" GIBSON (Dem) -.- ; V SECTION 9G
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum I Kathryn, Unity c'I"rk.Ir.I AGAINST THE AMENDMENT: I I AUT1JLLE ,
Mario Hank CHUN" Mia,. 'IJunlufMoodt I
end family of Jacksonville .. .Mr". l 1"'I'lI.' :Mul'rill t.a I \ TOM ADAMS (Dem) No. 2CONSTITUTIONAL JUDICIAL. HlUsborough County office of SLate

spent. Sunday wIth Mrs. F. B. a Innpi' '< t torn KEITH WHEELER _(Rep_ )_ I ---- --- ; AMENDMENT TO Attorney and County Solicitor. Proposing\ aa

Coleman and son. DonnIe. It lu I'MNullir 1 I ARTICLE Vhf, ADDING SECTION 6A amendment to Article V, Section 9C of toe State

Saturday guests were Mr. and I I EDUCATION Terms and Employment of Ap- Constitution providing that after the first Tuesday

Mrs. B. F. Coleman and : or ,Applti-mlim' For ice Comptroller pointive Superintendents of Public Instruction.after the fast Monday In January 1969 there hall

daughter of Jacksonville.' llrrilIBpi State Senator (Vote for One) Proposing an amendment to Article VIII Adding be separate offices of the State Attorney of Cn*
IHl 10. K. N. .
Mr. and Mrs James Coleman :NOTIOK: IM HIKIIIV: fiiKN. \'- 25th Senatorial i I District I Section 6A of the State Constitution. providing In Tliliteenth: Judicial Circuit and Prosecuting. Attorney
and FRED O. "BUD"DICKINSON counties authorized! to appoint a Superintendent or County Solicitor of the Criminal Court of
family visited Sunday : that Mr. T .1 I. Alderman (Vote for One) I I of
In Jacksonville with Mr. the holder nf the followingcerlKliHl JR. (Dem) Public Instruction, the Superintendent shall serve Record; providing for appointment of aasdatanta;
'. hits flied aalrt, 1 ,> at the prescribing duties: and providing for
''' n r- pleasure ef the Board provided that the powers .p-
and Mrs. Ellis Giddens
and tries.tic fr a tax' flu...l to !It- 1--, 'uoiuiient funds.
SAM TEAGUE Board enter t/ui of
daughters. Issued tlieieoh, .. The certifIcatenumbers (Dem) I I may into a contract of employment ___ _
--- which shall not extend beyond the Thirtieth
and. of .laatiancr, day of
Harold Taylor of years
Madison. I
Ind. and Robbie Cable of the dnatrlptlnn of the propjity ROBERT F. MU N ROE (Rep) I I State Sup rlnLend nt. Publfc-Instruction June In the year In which the terms of a majority FOR _AMENDMENT_ ___ ____
of the Members
:and the rntnea In which It waavHeKHert Vote One of the Board shall expire: providing
Milton Ky.. spent the week are aa followa. ( for ) that the Superintendent shall not be commissioned AGAINST.. THE AMENDMENT; I I

end with Mr. and Mrs. Vince Certificate' No1. Year ofluminnre I I by thaCo'vernorbut.shailbe required to file bond.V -- -__ _

Taylor and family. I I 11H4 FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN (Dem) I .I I ------ No. 10
\III ci llill'.n I iif Prnporl I t.nl '
ni i ) ... .. C01iS'CITVTIO'olALUIEND3IENT TO
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Member State House of Representatives FOR THE AMENDMENT I I
nf lll.K I 15 t'r08hy Lake. ___ _ ARTICLE: V
Dorothy ;Miller and Mr. and Shires. (Vote for One) I .i I

Mrs. J. Marl. Coleman and .Nmnp In whIch HHMeiKfil. Mld- AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I I JUDICIAL. Orange County Justice of the Peace
)Homo. -
daughter were :Mrs: Oglesby State Inc Commissioner of Agriculture ---- -- --N S- ---- -VVVV Districts. Proposing an amendment to Article V of
All of Hald property helntr In I I
and daughter of Whltehouae. I HIP r..mil'I S' of "Uradforil.
;Mr. and Mrs[ Jerome Oglcsby .f Florida. -- ARTICLE VI, SECTION!: 1 County Commissioners of Orange County to revise

and family and Mr. and Mrs. 1 less HIM, 'h ifrtlfliHte I i orertICi.ates CHAUNCEY MOORE (Rep) n DOYLE CONNERDem( ) t I ELECTORS Qualifications to vote In Presidential the boundaries of any Justice of the Peace Dlatrtot
*' l dish! IIP H' _ _ .
Jimmy Thornton and baby all set.. lIb.IN. I... ". ----- V Election. Proposing an amendment to Article In the county without referendum upon resolution.

of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs I .: t In< law the prep..ty' I I I VI. Section 1 of the State Constitution providing public hearing and published notice; providing that

Lynn Dopson of Sanderson aerlbed" l In win' 'h certificate" or __ I that! the Legislature may provide for voting In national no existing district shall be dissolved except as
certificates will be ....Id n< thehlirheat --- VVV -- elections for President and Vlce-Presndent of otherwise provided by law.
and Mr. and Mrs. Hinson Boydof The remaining offices required by law to be filled
Commissioner V
blddet' at the courthniiae FIortdaI'ublicService the United States have VV Vat -----
by who become
Brycevllle. Weekend guests dour' "ml. thn first ;Monday, this election are being sought by only one candidate -persons residents
Commission Group 1 of the State, but who have not yet fulfUtod FOR THE AMENDMENT[ J
were Mr. and Mrs. Bobby in month of N'ovemher. 1968 for each office. To vote for these --- _
Newmans and family of Tam. which I. tlm 7th day, of No- ing offices place a cross (X) mark In the square remain(5( for One) residency requirements of electors; removing the requirement --
-- V "I 1
\ "111 b.r. .lflft' that naturalized citizens must present AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I
pa. :Mrs. Coleman returned to the right of the name of the candidate for whom _
of their -- V
Dated thIs Dili day Oi toCharlea naturalization certificate when --- --
Tampa with them for a three 1..1' IPII8.H' you desire to vote. To vote for a person whose W. T. _" MAYO (Dem) t registering. No. U

name ia not printed on the ballot, write his name -V "
A. I>. rhyClerk In the blank I provided for that _ _
Mr. and Mrs. John Waters space purpose. I I V __ ___ __ ARTICLE XVI, SECTION Z 8
of Circuit "Court of Biad
and IOn! and Mrs. Dorothy' for County Florida JUDICIAL -- _ -----_----- AGAINST THE AMENDMENT;;, T I 1 1 CONDEMNATION OF PROPERTY JURT. Proposing
Waters visited 10/8 4t '10/S7 an amendment to Article XVI Section 39 of
Sunday after- Florida Public Service
Justice( of the Supreme Court No. f the State Constitution providing that each condemnation

noon In Jacksonville with Mr. :Sotle. Of tpplleatlna. Fi.r rue Group No. l' Commission. Group 2 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO of property jury shall. be composed of twelve
and :Mrs! L.
Rheberg. lleeilHep. _One) ARTICLE :<" 1. SECTION U Jurors In court of
Vote One a
Mrs. Roger North of Jack l..l.l<1. f. ". ( for ) V STATE FLAG Proposing an amendment to Ar- -- competent- .__ -Jurisdiction.- _ _

sonville! Is spending this week ?NOTICE M H"HERY'IV.\ tide XVI, Section 12 of the State

here with Mr. and Mrs. John the KN: that holder Mr.of T.the J. Alderman following CAMPBELL THORNAL (Dem) 1 I JERRY W. CARTER (Dem) I that the State Flag shall Constitution conform with providing _FOR- -THE__ AMENDMENT:- :: ___ V _ ____ I_ _I l

North. She was able to leave certificates has. filed said certlflcatea standard commercial_ sizes, prescribes proportions AGAINST THE AMENDMENT 1 I'I 1
St. Vincent's Hospital Wed- for a tux deed to he 1 I 1 I and description. -_- _: V _

nesday. Issued. thereon The certlflcatnumbera __ __ _ _____ V No.;: UCONSTITUTIONAL
and years of Issuance, LEGISLATIVE FOR THE AMENDMENT I I ."
Kim North Is spending this the description of the pr"pPI'I" Justice of the Supreme Court, V _, AMENDMENT" TO
week In Jesup Ga. with her and the names In whit It Was N.. 2 State Senator \U1UI.K III. ADDINO SECTION SA

aunt Mrs. Arlene Napier and a........d are aa follows.: Group Vote One 5th Senatorial District AGAINST THE AMENDMENT[ I I LEGISLATIVE.: Special session for organization

and Certificate No. 91 Year oIflHunnoo _ (_ _for_ _) _ \.ote One No.- SCOVSTrTUTIONAL -- riurpoaes Proposing\ an amendment to Article HI.ajiling .
Cheryl Jeffery North are I ( for )
< Section 2A of the State Constitution providing -
In Alma, Ga. with their aunt of Properly Com STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL (Dem t I : AMENDMENT; TO that the Legislature shall meet on the first

:Mrs. Jnnelle Taylor.Mr. on E sidi. of Chun, St whereN _ _ _ _)_ HAL DAVIS (Dem) I I ARTICLE \III ADDING SECTION :24 TuemLiy In November after the General Ejection
; lAne of :NW'; of SK'i: HILLSBOROUGH COUNTV-Giving electorate
: and Mrs\. Dave Cover- crosses. & M'II" 141 Ft. for I I power to provide for consolidation of r,>r the purpose of organization, swearing in new
dale entertained the North municipal and members and No other business
FOB Run B: BO Ft. E 111 Ft. I I county governments HiUeborough selecting officers.

family Sunday with a birthday N 79 Ft WI-T to FOB Heo _ County. Pro- shall be transacted.
28 T- I.S. R-S3 E Justice of the Supreme Court posing an amendment: to Article VIII, adding section V _
dinner honoring Mra. John M. Bryan Group No.3' State Senator 24 of the State Constitution. providing that the
North on her birthday.Mrs. I All of said property being' In (Vote for One) 8th Senatorial District electors of HLllsborough' County be granted the 'Olt Till! AMENDMENT[ : --- -- _f fAG _
Harrison Adams returned -I the County of Bradford. Stateof power to adopt a Charter fur a government whJcb.

home last week from I'nlenn Florida. MIH,'h certificate or -_ (_Vote_ _for_One_ )_ shall exercise any and all powers for county and .\1NST-: TuB AMENDMENT- ______J|1j

Bt. Lukes Hospital. < .ertiri thee shell he redeemedaiiordlnitr RICHARD ERVIN (Dem) nl I I municipal purposes which the Constitution. or the No. 13

i Harold Harris son of Mr. to law the prop"rtyde..rll..1 MALLORY_ _E._ _IIORNE__________(_Dem____)__ Legislature has conferred upon. the county, or any CONSliri'TIO.VAL' AMENDMENT; TO
and Mrs. Leon Harris returned I I In am'h certificateor I I municipality therein: preserving to the electors of AKIKI.K IX. ADDING SECTION' 14A

home last week after spend. lertlflcatea. will be cold to I I Plant City and/or Temple Terrace the right to con TAXATION mptlon-Propoelng an amendment -

!, ing the past several weeks in : the highest door on bidder the. first at the MondayIn courthouse Judge, District i Court of Appeals _ solidate the governments of those municipalities to Article IX adding Section 14A of the

Hope Haven Hospital month of Votcmbor.uhlih 1955. First District COUNTY with the consolidated government of Tampa and State Constitution providing that goods, wares,

:Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Well. Ix the 7th day of Noemher For County( Commissioner Hlllsborough County by a majority vote of the commodities and merchandise commonly known as
\' l*>firt. Group B electors of Plant City or Temple Terrace re'pectstock! in trade or inventory and livestock may; be
tJau. eland son attended a Dated thi" 6lh day of October District No. 2 ively; providing fur a charter to become effective exempted in part from ad valorem taxation as personal -

birthday dinner Sunday at the :, I 1168SEVL (Vote for One) (Vote for One) only upon ratlticatioii by a majority of electors or tangible property as the Legislature may
( : )

home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Charles. A. Darby I of the county voting _ i>ieacrlbe: _ _ _
Morvda in Lanvtey In honor of K. CARROLL Dem L.J l I I --
:Mra. Wellhau en'* aunt Mra. FOR THE AMENDMENT[ --T-I [I FOR THE AMENDMENTpH [ I ,
A CluAftifled" Ad In the TELEfR :- I

Victor. Mon.t1. I PII brine- "ltln. -- .._- __ V_ --'- -LVVt .- .. .1.1 1. .l AOo\INRT, TmMF.NnM1 1NT JLJ I 1 Ia 'O.HN'ITB!' !! .! ---1-1


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1'1111! ltMI AY. OCT. 2o I IItIlIC! { im.lPFOItP CYltrNTY TBI.KOKArn.!: ST.nlnon...."\ 1,3Qfi -EtKVEN: :
y. .._
TUB K1UI1T i'UUVJ. fur the
tvvv.vvvvsvrtnrntt. +". Tommy RanVrson.' base Iul-I' Southern Bell in Gainesville. the Union Baptist ChW'chl Kenneth Ellxson. wale on the trip they ,lsit- SUndAY MJ Tldwall 11'-' nnd family and Mr and Mrs.I I way ;you write. Com In and. ,
tAr: Dale Stokes drummer'' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bass escorted near Starke Sunday. Mrs. Charles Crlbt and fit Disneyland, Boulder Dam.' ed to Jacksonville with t lie Aril! Shealy and family select. your favorite E8TKB- ,...;
.ind:: Dale Bauaett,, \'ocallst.1I the. BUS band to the Mis. Sonny Dukes and son of Gainesville were v #- Mexico, and New Orleans. a visit. I spent Sunday fishing at SI BROOK fonntain pen. TELE- .. .... I

BROOKERBy { i I So come one romp all. you i /game In NViv Smyrna last children of Oa.tnMvWe were lUng her parents Mr. and Mrs Wallace Collins and I Mi and;! Mrs Jeff Bilk: A U18tHI\\\ <' I OKAPH.Oi .
i.m't a11rt,I to miss this Friday night.: visiting her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Gordon Jones Monday Mrs! Charles Cox Jr. were
Joyce Stokes. carnival. I T. C. Bngirett has lust returned Ethel Russ, Saturday" Mr and Mr''. Sam Medel- '. i.sitiiis :\11'Unllie; : Collins I
Immediately: after the cakewalk from Houston Texas ras of Gainesville were visiting In JacksonvilleTuesday. ,
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAr11.tLLOWEEN the adjed attraction' on a business! trip, IvvvvvvvmlvvvvvvvvvIBayless his pll 'ents. Rev. arid Mr.: Rndlrs: D. E. Hill are'' _...1iP $. -'

I ('AJ(\I\.U. this year v'.11 be hel.l: -thj I :Mrs. Guy Harrell and:! children Mrs. M. D. :Mt-ieiras\ Satur- .tilling to their: home this rf ''I, ........'.",,,, 10. ?t FI ny ,
Oct 22. 1U6U. I:* a ve.y. 1m- ''1 contests, lor Kiusr! Queen were viistlng- Mrs Edna day night. seek m.iklrij two more bedrooms ,' #W .. :YJ D, DN'
portent duiu for the B.oo.teiI Prince, :ana: Prinoess. And I Hays in Gainesville Sunday Rudolph Sap underwen' and bath. ; :>>.l M,,s .; :; .4

I Community the annual. who will rv\en\ as King and Mr. and:! :Mrs. Howard Douglas surgery in S*. Vincent's Hospital :Mr antI! : !-', Morris Hines -
PTA Hallowi Carnival.\ To QUwin and ." :act! uni Prtn-i, anj family were visitingMr UT Mr. u. E. O... Monda: He IS dolnu of Palatka arc moving this -.
get things is'Hired.\ will be the cess at BrIer Junior High and:! Mr*. Wilson Green fine at this .me.; week to the A. M Bryant: I .. *,, *Sa 3i
|big paradet t 4:30: p m. b-I: School for tio; year? Bo sure I and family in Jacksonville &AAA&&&&&&.&&.&&A&&&&. Mrs. Troy Bennett is a home. .... .Iii-4'W .
..lnnU1M at Uv Farmers :\ to be on hand for this exciting -| last weekend and attendedthe About 100 people attendedthe medical patient: In St. Vincent's' I The Postmaster General it
litet. and! proceeding throughTtown mom nt. All votes must football while '' '
: game fish, fry sponsored the Hospital. We are glad appealing to the public to I
all the way to the be in by 9 p., m. Saturday there Brotherhood of Bayless Hl- to know that she Is improvIng I' mall early in some cases(
f Brooker Junior IU(h School,! night. So dliT deep in your Rev. Jack Andrews of We- way, Saturday night Everyone this month surface mail' a
11 l ages are urged to join in'1 pockets folks and elect the laka was the guest speakerat : wonderful Friends of Cecil Ellis win I weighing more than five
enjoyed! a
i4 this, parade and make it thai I candidates of your choice. Brooker Baptist! Church evening of fellowship. A slag be Interested to know that he I uounis destined to reach
o biggest ever. In charge of'i'i Just I CUP)' \ote. See you at last Sunday Rev.' Andrews was held following the fish was admitted to Bradford Viet Nam by Christmas shouldbe
4' the parade thIs year is :\\o1l'S'1 i 1 the carnival! and family were dinner County Hos' ital Tuesday.Mr. mailed early Parcels I i

Cecil :Melvin and :Mrs Tom- PERSONALSMr guests of :Mr. and Mrs. M. O. fry.Mr.\ and I.Irs. Albert Nor- and:! Mrs R. B. Crosby weighing five pounds or I less ..
fly Cox. I Ij i : and Mi-8 Tomy Cox and Harrell at norm and Mr. and man of GUliittvllle were din. and children returned I ;ate sent by air from San +aI, ..
j The chicken pilau supper son attended a birthday sup- :Mrs Lloyd Dyal in the even- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. day from a few days satul'-I i Francisco. to Viet Nam when r .
will be set '.ed at the school ner for :Mr. Cux's grnndmoth- ing.Rev. Eldon with her relatives In :Mem' spare is avalhble. Rcuiilai
Sapp on Sunday.
lunch room nnd serving will ,I I tl', :Mr\ Vina Huff In Lake Lonul" Parker has H C. Edward of Jackson- phis. 'Tenn. fir mall should be sent no ''w A
!begin after the parade. Butler! Satur-'nv:: night I accepted a rail to the New ville wat visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Harry Taylor later than Dec 10. Please

'f There will be the usual Airman 1 1t Class and Mrs, River Baptist Church as Mrs T. N. Norman Satur and ,son. Harry of Middle- check your Christmas mallIntr -
'S; booths this year. Fish Pond: Gene Edward: of Columbus I their pastor burg visited Mr and Mrs 0 list and it you do not
Dart Game Milk bottles, and I I I Ohio :Miss Judv Rlggs of Far- day.Mr. Post.
are ending a few and Mrs. Bud Alvarez L. Sapp and grandchildren know the Zia Code the
that old fivor.te: ; cake walks I I days here with his parents I mont. W. Va Is now makingi Mr. and Mrs. Jerry DyaU Mr Saturday.: I master will gladly, give .'ou 1 t ts
.ind this yen,' we -Ull hater : :Mi' an I :Mr" Ernest Ed.u' i I home with her brother 'and''' Mrs. Owen Alvarez and Mr and Mrs. L. C. Sapp this information.Mr. 6tl
leal] live rnasI' to walk] bProoker's \ '\" : 'I.Vhii' !h, t n 1 fi:,. \ a:',' I John RI 1j'8. and family. She and children of Jacksonville, and Mrs. M L. Wiitterson. -
children Mr. and Mrs. Mark:
') o'n Pink' & Hoi. \ nll.p:, a mi.'" h : 01 '''in: es |lis employed at the University Alvarez .and Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend with relatives t Mr. nnd (firsK B ..
:' Band The Town SquuPi," Last weekend they went to of Floilda. Welcome to our Roman Alvaiez were here. Watterson. and: Mrs. T F '
(} made up of 8th ra.ie.-s: V ro> Beach. fair community! Judy. We do among Brown spent Monday fishingat
those attend..' the AlvareE .
\ Tony Castlen. lead uita.. Jackie P.i ash is now with hope you will like It here.Mr I reunion at 11 Camp O'Lena e..VV..v.vt..ly..v St. Augustine. I IO
: ana Mrs. Johniford
Sunday.Mr. \Va3s\vorth: entered)
Biv of Bell the weekend
"s spent HAMPTON
: with Mr. and Mrs J. T. and Mrs. Loyd Padgett Bradford County and then Hospital: ( rwi9a* >olifw. pot Youitg-Ho spirit' In yow cart I
last Saturday was
BaL and fat.illy and daughter Annette, and UT Mr*. Mary WnllarneuuAAAauAAAAUUUu transferred to the Medical pew power brat keeps pouring It on Mile. after mlUI O a STA N DARDCiv

A :Mrs Brook Perryman of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Cauthern Pad- Center in Gainesville on I aaaikd pot! At Standard Oil StatfoM ".ryv>.lmr.. Oil '
l gett and children were visit-
Gainesville spent the week- ;
k. y I u* jf .n
:Monday Mr. and Mrs. a.mtr.atrarne.r OUCMMMMSMM!
end with Mr and Mrs. J. R. ing Elwood Padgett at NAS Mr.. and:! Mrs. Orville Thomas Wadsworth and'
Mott and family. The Motts Sunday. Brooklns and Mrs. Ray "
daughter of Bunnell were,
vent to HollJ. tt'r on Saturday Mr.Iarle! Ellison of Brookins returned last week visiting him Sunday. \I ,
to bl'lnMrs.\ Emma Gainesville pent the week- from a trip to San Franaloo.
:Mutt! back home. end with her son and daugh- Calif, to carry Ray Brookins Mrs. Betty Durling her of) STARKE, FLA.OFF. ..,.
Jacksonville visiting
We are 801'to: hear that ter-tn-lpw, :Mr and Mrs. to catch his plane overseas(! was ,
both lunchroom work- aunt. :Mrs' Ethel Tldwell, on
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$25 tO $600 replacements have been ...
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Several have :
years passednow
since Horace Oreelv said ..
: Go West Young Man. Even
today in this jet age of ours
Toot thany pAjrrnsnta to mak T young men are still followinghis .
advice. Two of our local
young; men. John Lewis and ..
Pat Ca.tlen Ifft Saturday for 1W '.

: California, Haven't heard yet .
: how far on their journey '

they have gone but we sure ..
wish them all the luck in the

I Ii word. However there are two
{ / mothers In our fair town that ,,
will be glad! to know when

they get back to good ole ..

Dale! Stokes was visiting _
iimother. Mrs Betty Nor-
1 ton In Lake Hamilton Wednesday -

:Mr and :Mrs\ Horace \
Stok, Jr and Mrs. Alberta
Stokes attended; services at

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Grandpa Barter and his grandson Bobby counts, all kinds of loans, trust services, safe

have spent many happy hours together deposit boxes, investment services and other

They like to talk things over, man to man. financial aids so necessary to a satisfying ,
Sometimes it's just fun talk but a lot of life, Only at a bank could Grandpa Baxter
about and Bobby the benefits of such
times. it's serious talk Bobby's future. enjoy
Bobby isn't worried about his future yet '.. complete financial service.

but Grandpa Baxter knows the day will. j9'If
want this kind of ,
come when Bobby will need the financial r : you, for complete I.r Great saving! Each carton of Coca-Cola In king size "Coca-f Ada". nod "Coke" are registered trad -marka!
sr family. find
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which ideiitii'only 1 -
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advice guidance only a at your bank. Yours for the asking. J is now lOc off. Great drink.i Ii caiiHe Coke ban t therefreshing ..
bank can offer
Grandpa Baxter has enjoyed the con- : People help banlsgrow. taste! you never get tired of. That's", why

xenience of checking" and savings ac- Bjnltt help people grow. things go better with coke. alter Coke. .after Coke. bt things gO

Pick up several cartons! of Coca-Cola in king-size II ';\Vlth .;

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6/1./ Regular 45# 3lb. DIXIE DARLING EXTRA
Sanitary Napkins 3/1./ 1
No. ICa"CAMP.ELL.S AN" Varieties, Fancy Rice 39
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Deviled Ham 10/1./ I Instant

Regular 23( No. 303 Can LIBBY CS & Coffee 991 Paper Towels 39*

Regular 29* t 1-lb. CAMPFIR6MarshmaSlows
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STARK}. FLOR1I> V. lIIt'KSIY (O< TJO. 190(1.{(.

KEYSTONE 1 Council Starts

HIGHLIGHTSBy First ReadingOf

Phone:Mary 473-4127 Schaeffer Zoning Code

fhr first reading of a new

LOCAL BOY MARRIED Joseph Benson principal of K ,nix: ordlnunce for Key-

TO VIRGlSI.GIRL I the Keystone School we arrived '',on, Heights was started at

Miss Arnett Pugh Forbes at the momentous de- ii ,p, ,rial mooting Tuesday

daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. I clslon that Monday. Oct. 31, '111>, ,it r and will be completed

'Roy B. Forbes of Chesa- should be official "Trick or n pIlomrvuming ... xi t Tuesday.

f peake. Va.. and Charles W.( Tieat"\ night in Keystone I w Deemed; to protect prop-

son of Mr. and Mrs. Heights. This way the boys ; l 'i'i, '\ values l in the city and

Fred W. Ellis of Keystone and girls can enjoy the carnival II ro.vulty ( from leftI.i l.sll, H"II'I1111I1; "Fait <{'iiwn i make the best use of land

i. Heights were married in to the fullest on Saturday rain Knight, Inoue. l Itll\I., and Niuu-y 1..lnle.H..t..lle .. HId resources the ordinance

''iHlckoiy f? Methodist Church. |l evening and on Sunday I nvsents' the long-time lab-

Chesapeake Va. on August 7. evening/ those who aliens: rt s I ot)' a citl7Bns committee

Rev. James W. Draper per- church services may do so. 'imposed of John Bird. Miss

formed the ceremony. 'I But Monday light, Oct. 31- l Emma Kate Mansfield, Mrs.

Mrs. Bettle Sawyer, organist be ready for those little gob- I f fI F ink Ottllll er. Lewis Mulr.

played the traditional lins. We hope their teacher! t + F Dr Jack Wllhelm exmayorM

wedding music, and accompanied will not assign them too I : L Bf-nMev.! : and Gay Llvu -

the soloist Lloyd much home-work for that \ ton Three of the group--

Jlnch. evening. I I Mini' Wilhelm and Beas-

Given in marriage by her 1 WOMAN'S: CM'BFEDERATION "R'r rtr.qr f lei. no longer reside In
father the bride wore a for- MEETINGThe Ki. tone

mal sheath gown of peau de annual meeting of Chun-man Roy Watklns

sole featuring the empire I District V, Florida Federation who read the ordinance for

line. The bodice and the of Woman's Clubs was!I the first hour. until hUthioui

Chapel train were embellished held at the Gainesville Homecoming Queen I'ttin .. crew! husky, remarkedthat
II Knight reignml over lint J"rl with Alencon lace. Her I It of the best-
I Woman's Club on University was one
by Tommy TrUmt. Two members of her rourt. were Nancy King (Irtli.''I and,, !. >*H.>
bouffant vet] attachedto Ave. Oct. 13. written documents he had
was on ,. ,,,
Beam right). ('herrleudcr't lug Into 'act inn lictuKMi lialvt's.I'ncU'fi'ulcil .
a pearl tiara and she It was a most enjoyableand teen In a long tjme It Is all.

carried a cascade of white rewarding' day for the encompaiMlng1 and, when adopted

orchids. 160 ladies who attended any conflicting ordinance

Lavon Forbes was her sis from many North Florida 26-7 Loss To Callahan tS M In effect will automatically -

ter's maid! of honor. Brides- clubs. : be repealed.

maids were Misses Linda At noon. the Gainesville I i The ordinance provides for

Staples. Vickie Urben. aathY club served a delicious Hawaiian : three zones of property R-l-

Bundy and Doree Melson. Luau luncheon, with A, choice residential property

They, and the flower girl, a decorations in traditional Mars KHS consisting of large homes on

niece of the bride, wore Iden- colorful Hawaiian style. Homecoming lame lake lots; R-l-B. other

tical dresses on empire lines. Keystoners attending Included residential: property; and C.

Their long pleated skirts' Mrs. David Nelson, for commercial

'Were topped with deep lilac Mrs. Sara McDonald. Mrs According to provisions,

bodices. They wore orchid Alma Frost Mrs. A. H/ La- Keystone's Homecoming Keystone fans were privileged un.sui! passed :ii a young club. any property owner who

coronets and veils and car gasse Mrs. William Walz festivities were marred by to witness the play of We hove dune well to airlveot thinks a neighbor Is violating

ried orchids and purple as- Mrs. Ralph Griffin Mrs. the Callahan Ramblers' 26-7 one of the r.r ea'8 outstanding HUM! point with a 2-3 rtcoid. the code may: send written

tors. Jesse Huckert Mrs. W. M. victory over the Indians last teams and foremost contender puclully! when you complaint to the Council.

,SJ! Fred Ellis served us his Beam Sr.. Ms. Kenneth Lig Friday nluht. for the St. Juhns River take Into consideration the d The complaint will be filed

ion's best man. Groomsmenwere gett, and Mrs. Henry Schu- Home fans were thrilled by Conference championship. caliber! of oar opposition and x4t and an Investigation startedat

Lonnle L. Hyatt G. K. ber. eeelng the Indians a four- The Ramblers while not the fact that only ten of our once. Penalties for non-

Hartsel, Thomas L. North touchdown underdog play an excessively big team have 2(1( !boys have ever played In
SUPERLASSIEWe conformance will be decidedby
and John Vance. over their heads in holdingthe plenty of power. They are a game before.
don't know how most the council and Incorpor-
fi A reception was held after ''I vaunted Ramblers to 7-7 fast have a well balanced "This lack of experienced s ,. x+, .t
parents feel about the current ated Into th-y law before adoption
the ceremony at the Red 'I' tie until late In the third offense and their overall depth has forced the use of
Saturday morning TV fare The Ramblers' C'ullitlmii. RiimhltTi. MiortlnK .ahiiv-d 1 lii'iuln' or ;Mohawk. .
Coals Restaurant in Chesapeake quarter. overall aggressiveness is ample explanation the first string as long as we .
which is aimed at children superiority, aided by for their 5-0 rec- have a chance to win. This hatreuta, gh'eNlt victory jell In UI<,VJHIIK,. | room' after the game. It was announced that the

For her daughter's! wed- but which is actually for three Indian fumbles, then paid off in the first game of document will: be availableat
idiot "adults. We have noticed ord.Callahan ready faced our touKhi-st" op- pusses! runnlnr' them back
asserted Itself the Hall for
ding Mrs. Fortes: chose a blue as they ran was led by Senior the season when we played I City anyone
that every one of the super- roughshod over the hapless. position. I am well pleased I for 37 and 40 yards respectively to Inspect U-irlng regular office -
lace drew with matching accessories QB Dean Blankenship, who only 14 players Fortunately I
characters have one thing in with the tear.i's performanceto Murrhpc} made seven
host team.Keystone's.
while the Broom's cored one touchdown pass we have had no injuries and l hours.
common they alt fly date, and predIct that we I tackles: sad twice trappedthe
mother wore a pink: lace I defense still ed for another and ran two our boys are in the top phy- Tuesday's meeting had also -
through the air at the 'speed looked good but the offense .. will end up with winning( Humbler GB In the
dress. Their corsages were extra points. sical condition that makes been called to discuss
Qf sound with the greatest of season. This week we will attempt backfield for long losses. '
... I
was never to crank a I
Ovrttte I -on1'l1 s. up At midpoint of the season this posslbl employing a radio policeman
ease? Their antlcs-'are superlative __ to shale up an apparent Next week the Indians
good drive and Coach '
their mis-
s,i Charles Ellis graduated Les Rhoden made this We should do better in the by the city but since MayorAl
and a little boring. weakness In our light play host to Georgia Christian
takes kept the ball In Indianterritory I
from Bradford: High SchoolIn assessment!! of the team: "We remainder of the season as Nelsonlli out of town
Not the leas of these are the defensive linj and:! work on Not too. much Is known
most of the time In
1960, after, which he at- have a real Rood ball club. In my opinion we have al- and could not attend the
latest Lassie! episodes What the last our offensive blocking and r about I this team except that
tended St John River JunIor quarter. Their condition and spirit Is : .
was once an entertaining ball .ha...ndiing lechnlque. their, u.e*.our l. .A..* ..).-.O.. g!.yes. meeting. this matter was
College Palatka, He is
in homey show -even a little Fumbles! have given liS our promise of another exciting/! postponed.
now with the U S. CoastGuard Lassie In which she will LOCAL: BOY WINS HONORAT KKVSTONE HIGH SCHOOL
sentimental end cornyIs Garden Club biggest headu'he this sea- game.
stationed: i In Elizabeth find herself in great peril!
now Joining/ the impossibles son. If we could: eliminatethis STATISTH'S
City N. C., where. he is a GUESS WHO?" GUESSED Of The Lakes
We watched i the Sunday one item we could Improve (?:'AM. KITS BOOKS NOW OPEN
Scott LnmaHe. a member The Gordon Club of Key-
Junior Officer In Air Control Congratulations to our
Traffic. evening episode on Oct 16. Chief of Polke! Wally Muhl- of the local 4-H Club madea To Meet Oct. 27 stone High School met Tues- our' performance 100 First downs 14 9 City Clerk Joy Baker announces

TRICK OR TREAT because the scenes from the hofer who Ins apprehendedthe good showing/ the Cal day. Oct. 18. with Ann Trlesl (per cent"The Yds trained rush, 220 83 that registration

After a discussionwith I Jacksonville water found- front It! annoying; person who ha lahan Fair Jii't weekend( He The Oarde.i; Club of the presiding:. "SUVII (' of the W..ek"I I Yds gutted pass 85 0 books will be open until 6 p.

caught our eye. We been m.ikinn obscene tele- entered two Hereford steers lakes will hold its first re- Mrs Lena demons. Hub awards again :wo! to StrUnBrokas '' Pas''('s 6.13 0-81/ p. m. Monday Nov. 7. "Be

a little amazing and amusing hur- phone calls! In the area and won Reserve Grand liiilar meeting of the year at spon or, gave out yeabooks" [ ) : and Mike Mini lice PII' '"._ Intei i opt by 3 I'' sure your name Is in the

KEYSTONE that In the height of able a to Have you answered your Champion with one, and second 1 p. m. Ihurs'iav, < Oct 27 at listing officers members Droka.s accounted for 15 Punts 4-21: 4-28 book so you can make your

ricane. Lassie was phont and heard nolhlnu but place with! the other the: home o: the president motto monthly: program and tackles, brokiup! two pa.v'... Fumbles 'Ind t 0 3 vote count"' she advises

Drive-In TheatreFri. track her favorite National human For- someone breathing, and He also received the Sliver :Mrs Lonnle Stripling!!:, on helpful hints;. She has pro- and intercepted.. two other Yds liO.t pe'inllle.s\ 45 55HEAITTY I
from then a ollrk. as they hunp Ac. Black Trooliy for flttlnu La Review Drive. Idcd the ,plants to bo used ,

.. Sat.-Oct. 21, 22 est to the Jacksonville: distance waterfront of up? Very fiustiatlna:. Oi and grooming: and took thellerdsman's Frutwrd T.I);1 the programwill h n Inndscaplnt'! the horn" -

area a worse-have you had an obscene award. he a demonstration( of economics i'iHinu.,! and earl
120 miles, at least In
ELI/IS/ PRESLEY.HiwaiianStyle f P1m04rlojhlra! flat We are remark made to you ? The local 4-H Club Is tinder antlquinu n-tlflclal flowrs member ussl.ste 1 in tlr KEYSTONE HEiGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS

e n not sure whetl.er she smelled All ,verv Alfred: HitchcockIsh the direction! of Mr and presented bv :Mrs Thomas J "J.lnlhlJl.
Well our Wally has done Williams of () Park. The November meeting
raradiseMlltOlOI: the tire tracks that farorIf :Mrs C. K, D wey The next
she knew they were driving his Job verv Dick Tracv-lsh meeting will he held Monday Members I n' a reminded to will be concerned with the
but since the offender' Is II hi Ina their insertion: of soap making. of ((!'sags from DIRECTORY
to Jacksonville and::! followed Ort 24. from 3:30: to 5 p. m
Juvenile he cannot divulgethe pieces whir" will be sent to dried ma trim"u.
the roite numbers. Be at the Clay Electric conference -
HALWnilJS_ '=- name. Too bad. the State Wor1! Gardening The club motto, chosen fnr -----
of !
sure to watch part two room. All eligible boys
this exciting adventure of Your telephone company are invited. Chairman All clubs are participating the year, I Is: Building TJeiutv t I'I'I.IANCES : SIIOI'I' I'ACKAr.E STORE
advises you not to talk to in 'this project thr I

anyone macinan: / harras- purpose of which Is to help KEYSTONEBEAUTY THE BLUE PINES
.1 day night wnlle Mr and :Mrs
.1I sing call. Don't Rive him the 'v.v..vvv..v..vvvv.vvs Viet Nam and other coun- T V Service Center ,
I audience he wants. Hang up tries larking In fats!! for th1- Bunvun Kellv babv-snt with SHOP Package Store &

at the first obscene wordor MEI.ROSEBy making of soap Members are their grandchlldien. J. It. THIKS.: Proprietor I Edith .lohnsiin.. Owner COCKTAIL LOUNGE
e.\ I Mr. and Mrs C. R Wesley
If the caller doesn't say ilso p.kpbrlnlf 1 old eye Personal Open 9 A.lI.I.-t2 P. M. Except
'; I II' scent: the weekend In Eau Xuthorli-od Motorola Phllco I
t anything or won't Identify 'ulass frames A Creative i I Sunday!
I II hlm elf. Then report it to the Silly. RothhammerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS I Gillie vlsltlm their daiiuh- Sales and Service Hair' Styling Dance TCvery Saturday Night
ter. Mr. ani Mrs K: W Kastnrlincr : Service On All Make
II telephone business office. Individual Reality. Cure I 4 MILK EAST OF
Friends of Ot'lle111
II I NEW BOOKS:' AT LIBRARY 12. Eddie, rtnthhnmer made hear he is home I TV RADIO STKIIKO: Every:; Form of B"anty Culture KEYSTONE:. ': HEIGHTSICEAIL :
1)1' glad to
A few of the\ newer books Duplicate Bridge Winnerslast : Open Toes!'.-Sat. 9-5; '
Paul Pen-
five toui'hdovvns. fOI.OK TV
I I after a stay In the hospitaland I ESTATE
recently placed on the shelves week: 1st place -Mr- rlleton mid> one and:! David Rentals' Closed Monday)
'' of the Keystone Height" Evelvn Pennlngrath! and MrsJ. made total of an opcrt-tlon "Work Guaranteed. TV K..v"tll"P 11.111. 17x: -18(16( I
Tomllnion one
I I Library Include! : Remem- B. Vose. :2nd! place--Tied The Sixth. Grade Class nt" Kevstmic Height. 413'. 11151/. LAKE LOTS
'ven The Mustang play :Melrose High School plnn 'bu I i Lake Geneva S354M (Terms)
brance Rock bv Cirl San- Mrs H. T D'-nt and Mrs. C ( > m m fmp I
Cedar Keys this Friday at 1m.J.I(; I': WORK Luke I330U:' Terms
Yankee Ghosts, by W. Hardy and Mrs Paley an sec the Science' :Movie I II Brooklyn ( )
burl: Melrose. Melt use. Bell, and showln-/ the Plaza thlFrldav 1 Auto Sales!>I & Service : I Trailer Lots! $1'!>MM up (Term,
Holzer: A Lone Wav To Go Boyd and Mrs. John Strawn Cedar Keys nee lied\ for third I'NDEIt) ; WATERWEED 1U00t'fCI.\Ur.( BROKER

by Deal: On Small Candle 4th place-Mrs. Phil Kromer the Rlverland Con- I Al'I'KISAL SKHVICE:
place In We welcome :Mrs!! Wllm i iSttiddard ) ri'TTIMJAM :
bv T. J. Fleming: When and :Miss! Iva Hlllyer. I Aaociatee.
ference with. a 1 win and !3 fair state :
KlKht Bells Toll by Mac- Troop 109 participated Ir losses, Tayliv holds second to our I SPRING MOTORS TYf'J.SU.ltll' ; Mrs. :M. Ilgen. 471-4816
at! l I.liK- \\'ork
She has taken' a position )I ICompI.'te
I Lean, and My Life's History. the Tenth Annual Ross Allen place with 3 win and 1 loss, Nell's Mrs Rtuddard Hurt II I .1. f. (i\KIIM'IC: Capt. R. Lovorn, 473-4 1M

by Grandma Moses. Silver Springs Encampmentover Bronson hold's 1st place with recently mou-d,' Service fe Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN PhoniIWIOO7I t S.E.McKay Realtor
family Just
Also. for the ladles thereIs the weekend. Scouts attendIng ,
4 wins and no losses!!
r Honor Bla"kman's Book of were: Billy Schoene- here from the north I I II I KEYSTONE!: HEIGHTS
PERSONALS Electrical) Sale & ServiceYeoman's
Self-Defense The picture on man Chuck: Ormsbee. Rick : : Ph""no 47'\.4111"
Rev. and Mrs William I I "If It's For A VolkswagenWe
looks downright Wheeler. Ruddy Dampier
the Jacket
ON GUARD left Monday morning I RESTAURANTSBeidler's
menacing Paul Morris Lawrence Harper I Poppell NEWS NOTES I Have It. I, Electrical
for a several flays trip to Se- ,
You don't need a Coldstream Guard to The book stacks In the library Gary McClure Chip I wanee. Tenii. to attend the '\jways Plenty of Good Used: Sales & Service Holiday
been slightly re- Poppell, Jim Martin Ralph By lichen Ian: 'I \
and have
give your most precious possessions Seminar on New Morality Volkswagen In Stock I Frltrlilalre Appliances
Mark Chris
Florer. Reed.
This Is to allow Restaurant
papers solid 24-hour-a-day protection. A arranged. and Home Coming school :Maytajf Washers
Poppell Dtrkle Clayton Green! Cove Springs, 281-930!
fire- more space; for added vol- the University I Zenith I7od..r New Ownership
cafe deposit box in our impregnable receive. Marvin Mlnton. Tommy Theology at FKM.OUSIIir; (CM'H and :Motorola TVs 'I
umes a" they are I I GIL PARRDESFm
vaults does the to perfection South. > Sleelcr Heatera'
proof job book not foundIn Whltton ant Gary Braum- Twenty-eUht member attended -
However. any
Mr!*!. Edith Steuart of A1TO F.H\"c.F.; P. O. Hot 186 MelroeePhone I Food Moderately Priced
for just pennies a day. its usual place may be located bough. With "Follow the tile luncheon-pro-I OPK* 7 DAYS WEEKLY

by inquiring at MrsLawrence's Rugged Road" as a theme Tampa spent a few days last gram meeting' on Oct 13 III.. 47J-2371 Full Diners T.imrlir,
Your securities the deed to your home week with her son Rev and
deck the Scouting: Skills were demonstrated the Community Church educational I Ala r..rt Italliui F n
your mortgage your contracts your insurance About ths Library: The : by troops from I Mr, Albert Steuart and building! A Mem.Jr-1| KING'S NURSERY PIZZA PIES

policies your jewelry and other I annual report for the Clay all sections of Florida, Just ;, family. I, ial Fund was established al'' BEER

personal valuables are SAFE and County Library system just looking over the Scoutcraft,, Mr and Mrs" Virtue Rowe this time and tribute was Service Station O.C.Carnes Nursery 1 Block North of Red L1C'htKPVqoro"OJI

accessible to YOU alone in a SAFE compiled shows a record exhibits!! took up most of Sat- and son Danny spent Saturday paid to the late Thomas Fin- ,, Iliwiiy JOI!). Florahome-.23Mile !! 'H'FTnFl"1'
urday a, m. with a tour of visiting her parents. Mr
ley a
DEPOSIT BOX IIEKE! number of b"oks and records .* SE of Starke
being circulated from the the Springs and Ross Allen's I and Mrs. Grant Rothhammer i, The following: Nominating USED!': CARS AT Nursery StockThous-

Reptile Demonstration closing ,,- of Cedar: Key Committee was appointed by I BARGAIN: J PRICES
Keystone Heights Library. ands of Plants Sc Fruit WE HAVE GOOD
: the day's activities. The Mr. and !Mrs\ Bud Thompson President Julius Hanson:
KEYSTONE STATE Some 15.000 books: and approximately I I In Trees to choose from Nice Used Cars and Tracks
Troop arrived home Sundayin spent Sunday Ocala. Mrs. Emily Icon Mrs, Nettle -
700 records were
\ ELECTRICAND At& Savior PricesWe'll
I Shade
Trees EvergreensOt
time to attend the churchof While there they took In the Smith and Mrs. Elva
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights! FU.R circulated during the year Get It For Too
''I Member ,! their choirs.Jacksonville's' Horsa Show. Scott. ACETYLENE: Landscape Plants. All
ending September 30. If We Don't Have It
I ]] Christians and Mrs. George Alderman WELDING: in containers plant any-
Mr. -
$ "TwiT Friendly Bank In Your Friendly I This represents a 23 per Mrs Ethel Weyman. chairman ,
I Football] Team put up a' *ood Junior Kelly and announced commit' time. Camellias. & azaleas. Vernon Buff Garage
I cent Increase over last year. MELROSE 473-21S1
': '" .., CommunJty.j fight! but lost to Melrose Sandra went to Hot Valleyto Let as do roarPhou LmMoaplng, BW7. U, Keystone Hole.

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have been mown to ludgr with 10 point, Blasti-is" had I
KEYSTONE the Halloween Carnival pos- 7 points: Poopcra.( 3 points one mother In each shift. Helen Egan Grace Van Bus- The neighbors Join rm( I bit! FFA NEWS\ I In the moL'tlng Friday. At

V ters which will be made by Final matches were played The b"ys of Den 3 earned kirk, Geneva Chab. Mamie In wondering how l&st week's That appears to be aboutit I the next meeting; boys ellsl-

HILITES High School Juniors and Thursday Oct. 13. with Eva $37.04 as 1l'ellult of their Clark, Armle Deegan and front page MAP and: quoted I for now GO till next week i ble for Chnpier Farmer DeI -

Seniors. Judging will be on Hall [Go-Oet'ersl I defeating hard wcrk' on Friday. Emily Ison. MILEAGE can: be made to hold 'er in the road! I BltADFOltli CHAPTERThe I Kree will be Initiated.

F Precedes Page] Thursday, Oa\; 27. and the Voncllle Ketch I Tres B.I I : hERE: 'N THERE The month'y' meeting was coincide?? BracToid Chapter heldi I Gary Brewer. Reporter
decision of the judges will be Vesta Aiken 'IQ-QI I defeating Rowan and Martha Thomas held at Clay Electric on Oct. We announce the! arrivalof i i its third nut-tin of the I/ Stark-s Chapter

announced at the Halloween Zee Tolles who substitutedfor I are prouo i of their son. 19 at 10 6 m. Date for another little MUs Debra I Debbie I J II .'('11001 year for tin-, puipohc-

"no 1 li among' the highest! Cm nival, Oct. 29. The prizeis Lucille Starncs I iTres Rowan. Ji'.. who sent home workshop was tentatively to you) Inez Keith. She of initiating the IKW Chapter i i National Guard

7 ,.. icentage' Increases In the .110. B.I : Jan Batts IQ-QI] defeating a letter ho had received for set for Oct. 26 at 0 a. made her appearance early Farmers. Set-up DescribedAt

i county' Over 100.000 books I r Judges:! are Mrs. Reggie Louise Gallop IT.B.l : safe-keeping.! Tl.e) letter was I m, at the home of Mrs. Sunday morning In a Tampa The Chapter Farmer degree -I

I and I lecords were circulatedin I Schuber. Mrs. Sti Dwyer. and Pansy Haws (Poopersl] defeating from his Commanding Officer i- Roehl. hospital. She is the first is the highest!: degree of I, Rotary Club

I the county Mrs. Fern Garber. Freda Wyman [IBlastevsl Capt. Kern W. Duncan COMMUNITY CHURCH child of Mr. and Mrs\ Homer membership that can be conferred ,i

01 The report also shows that TEEING:: OFFGoGettera : Fran Chesslngton FBI] who wrote to commend Row The Church Women will Keith and her mother will Monday Inquiry Class. 7 [ by any local Future)! A program on the orgiml-

tt 140 new borrowers have reL.Mcied won the team defeating Fran: Livingston I an. Jr.. for being a.n outstanding hold an executive board be remembered to all of us as p. m. Novena and Benodlc-tlon. Farmer: chapter. The miniMum zntion and activities of theFO'o'lda

g Tt ( 1 At the library. crown at the Keystone Country I IP) : and K:-.thy Redfearn. I sold'er in his company meeting at 1 p. m. Oct. 24. Maids Orlffln. We wonder 7:30: p. m. qualifications for election presented' National at the Guard wn.i
C VOTER CONTEST' Club for this season witha substituting for Eileen Lee during Jump School at The Family Night covered Just how old this little miss -lnterdemonlnaUnnalCommunity to this degree are: Rotary Club

. W TO BE JUDGED final total of 16 points. I IB1 I tied with Su Dwyer who the Airborne School in :Fort dish suppesr will be held at will be befa-a; : proud Grand- Church Dr 1 1. Must hnve: held the degree Battell last week by Lt. Ray L
I. member
, u Three competent judges Tres Bravos. finished second substituted :for Velma Men- Bennlng Oa. Following his 6:30: p. m. In cooperationwith daddy Roy Griffin will have A. C. Holt, minister: Mrs of Gref-nhand. of) The Adjutant a. General's of the stiff,

tl zen F fPl.] graduation from Jump the Men's Club with her out fishing? George Carters, organist. 2. Must have satisfactorily fico in St. Augustine of.

! DEN 3 CUllS School Sept. 19. Pvt. Thomas Mrs. John Bird's circle as Mrs. D. W. Carpenter Sunday School. 9::30 a., m completed at least one year Lt. Battell showed /
I sent to Fort\ Campbell dropped In for short visit of Instruction In vocational slides :
HAVE BUSY (T'ER: was hostesses. a Manning Worship, 11 ft. m find! described the varied
I a Serving Florida The boys of Df>n 3 of Cub Ky.. where he Is stationed PERSONALS and we chatted about their Nursery open both hours agriculture. Guard activities Natlonnl -

I r ? Pack 305 had a busy time last for the pr'.*ent. Dr and Mrs. A. A. Brain- daughter's visiting! with she 3. Must '11' familiar with Camp Blending which at

f i Since 1950 week what with, their varIous Over In Hawaii two ICey- erd enjoyed! a few days In and Mr. Caioenter: on Sunday Presbvterlan the purposes -Mid pioirams of 118 with employ '
, e stone Heights boys get to see I Mr. and Mrs. Dolph : Faith Presbyterian Church work of the State Associationand peraons an annuli I
where Dr
activities. At their regUlar Washington./ D. C.
" (; & 11 payroll of $66:>,38J: Ire .
< ''tki : nNIlMg .. wee'clv'! !\ mel'tlnon/ one another from time to I Bralnerd attended the U. S. Reddish and family of I -Rov J. R. Neale Ji minute National Organization the entire Florida Guard sud
i ... time-Eric Redearn! and Lamar Starke and Mr. and Mrs. David 4. Must :p familiar with ., I Tuesday.! Ort 11. they arranged i Committee of International -
4 Ouaid. stationed at Sand Carpenter's sifter. Mrs. Helen ganist; Mrs. Carl Swisher of the local chapter. from PenaacuU
11"l.uC'n.\ show at the are Dr. Brainerd Is a Past vice to Fort Myers.
1 Cordially Hawaii. Walker, all cf Jacksonville summer organist. 5. Must be familiar with
, next general Pack Meeting Island at Honolulu president, anv'' served In this Lt. Battell ,
GodwinRepresentative was Introduced
I II I a14 which will be on Oct. 31. Eric Is on the BerlnqStl'alt, office tor eUht years. had lunch here. In the acter- Sunday.hool, 9.4* .. m parliamentary procedure by Col. J. A. Griffin, .
Welcomes noon. Gainesville's Fire Chief Morning Worship, 11 a. m 6. Must be able to lead a
They will also have a Halloween and Lamar on the Matagor- Mrs. Elva Scott and Roland officer at
Ph. 964-5321 'j' party that night.; da. Lamar writes his mother Coutu combined a business ,. and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. L. Sunday [Nursery open bothhours. /group' discussion for 15 mmute.s. Camp Blurs
Yon YourFamily .
and !
On Thur dar afternoon that he expects to go for a and p'easure' trip to C. Nicholson came over andIt !,
1013 E. Tall St. to Your the boys marched with their 30-day cruise In November, West Palm Beach to attend seemed like old times when -Epl conal 7. Must have earned at ing.MAYOR'S

I Starke New IJoin Pack In the Homecoming and will probably spend the State Ceramic Show. these two fire chiefs turned St. Anne's Rev. W W least $,,0. COURTThe

Parade. Two boys from Den Christmas In Japan. They returned by way of Indian the heat of reminiscing on. Worstall. vicar; n. O. Copeland 8. Must I receive a malority
David Schaeffer Mr. and Mrs Tom Ross ortranirt. vote of the members presentat following cases were
3. Larry Turkett: and Bruce Our son River City to visit Mrs.
The State of FloridaIt Bannon had the honor of writes home that he ran Into Lee Jackson who now lives and his sister [whose nameI Morning Prayer and Ser a regular hapter! meeting. disposed of In Mayor's Court

carrying the two flags-the Cliff Chapman In a Mess In Ormond Beach failed to set! spent a cou- mon. 2nd and 4th Sunday The following members re- last' week:

Is Our Desire To Make You Feel 1 Welcome and American Flag: and the Cub Hall at the Naval Air Reserve Mrs. Emily Ison Joined Mr. ple of days at the Ross' cottage 9:30: a. m. [nursery: open, i rplved Chapter Farmer De- William Alvah "''.lxon 111,

To Acquaint You With Your City. Pack 305 Flag.' I Training School In and Mrs. William Baker and this week. Mr. Tom did Holy Eucharist and sermon, deeM: Tex Patrick. Gene I teukicbs driving in school zone,
not admit to M"lvln. Buddy:! Wa rr'en. Earl $2T.50 or :3) days; :30: days: piob.ition. .
Memphis. Tenn. the other flight to anv whoppers
Edwin Jet
On Friday afternoon nine] son on a 1st and 3rd Sundays, 0:30: A ,
day. and It surely nice I II Rico so I figure hl. fishing. must I Nichols William: Bnnett.! Lei
was San Juan. Puerto
If you are new in the area, a phone of the boys met with their M. [nursery open], enure: Thomas. C. Small, disturbing tilepea.ce
I to see a familiar face. David where they attended the National not have bee'1 too successful.! Lnmborn. Raymond
: !en mother rirs. Fran Turk- I Sohool, 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eucharist by !
Mrs. IcJa:! Whitehead Jn 'eph StarI1/l!: / Charles!! Mc- disorderly conduct,
visit and Cliff played football for was
call will bring a prompt : League of Postmasters '
you nett to make things' for their 8 a. m. each Sunday. 27.50 bond forfeited.
the Indians ht KHS togetherfor : Convention. They overnight visiting tip In South Carolina Kinney Cecil Stalnaker
Bake Sale the next Mrs. were Evening Pray8'7:30 P.
from your I local hostess. Please give Turknett was very day.proud of I a few ye. rs. They were' guests rf the Michael< recently She went up and each Sunday. ETC 6jl:: P. M M Jumps Knight; Jr., ResgleNormin / conduct Clara[ :Mae: Sharp, disorderly
by fighting,
to what free stayed with her son Mr. and Lane Carter and disturbingthe
planning spend : Miami
In the area
She has and their work and they accomplished each Sunday. $55 fine 10
her a call! maps many time they had together. Mrs. Frank Wheeler recently Mrs. Layton Whltehead in Raymond Rliocien. peace, or days.
lot. .
a .
Dally offices of Morningand Jesse Henry Aaron disorderly
'Columbia and The crnpter president
Miss Joann Dasher daughter spent two weeks! with reports> that
free and wonderful gifts for On Saturday the boys of
yon Evening Prayer, 8:00: A presented conduct by fighting, disturbing
she had a s'mply! marveloustime. Ronny Newman
t of Mr. pnd Mrs Tommy her daughter :Mrs Delorla:
Dens 1, 2, and 3-the entire
M. and 5:00: p. M. the $33 fine or
em-li Chapter Farmer with a
from local businesses. Pack had their bake sale, Dasher spent four days at Dolan. In Puerto Rico returning -
1 10 I} days.
and the boys worked In home with her parents this to Miami where she Did you ever try to do a Baptist silver! emblem pin.
Donme Hugh Crawford,
week. She > beauty feel that you
t> a oper- met Mr. Wheeler who was
Worship services : Sunday I it-tkles.il driving by improper
-' not the worse end of same? Chapter
ator In HInesvllle. Ga. recovering from at
/ surgery On 11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. t nursery STARKK CHAPTERThe start, $27.50:> bond forfeited.
Mis Anna McCullough./: a I the home of his daughter.Mr. { Sunday. we spent the .
open Ellis ::If. Henderson volun-
resident of White' Feather and Mrs. William Pen- afternoon In Gainesville viaiting Starke Chapter FFA
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYANTIQUES Court left from Waldo] Sat- zlln recently enjoyed a visit with and! helping1! do Sunday School( 9:15: a. m. hold itsecond: meeting of 'ary intoxication, $27.30 or 5
nursery ], Umtori .
open Training week days.A
the school last
urday afternoon for a visit from Miss Peg Fay. who now some floral and mechanical] year
( 6:30: m. [nursery ]
with her<< nlere and husband lives In Port Charlotte. She work with Jack's mother. p. open for the purpose! of Initiating:;

1 I Mr and Mrs Clarence E and Mrs. Penzlin were :Mrs. Eunice :Miller. Daughter -CatholicSt. Oipcnhands AU 22 boys were C'ltMilflnl.111 In the 1ELEURAMI :-

I FLOOR COVERING; i PET SHOP Fotherzlll, of Piney Point friends for many veers when Joan was ;playing with f'a n- William* Fr. Edward A. awarded the Greenhand De- brings results

II Md She will also go; to see they lived In Rochester., N. Y I nv's Siamese cat and yanked Kirby priest' In charge! ; Mrs. !tree: The chapter program

NTIQV ESBoughtSoldAppralaM Looking for TilE another nll'.:''!. Mrs. Rita Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis at the mos': unusual crookhe E. A. Lamm organist. -

Kongo Pet ShopPoodle ; Walker of Chevy Chase, Md., enjoyed 6 week's visit has In his tall. He promptly Sunday-Mass, 7:30: A. m.
better carpets
I ) .. Mattese-Lla.sna, I while she Is i.i the area. from Mrs. DJVS'! brother swatted her arross the GLASS i That's Our Business
FurnitureChInaGlassSilverBrassOil POODLE GROOKINO Teresa Baker celebratedher Harry E. Houck of Plalnville, face. Luckily. it caught heron
Faintingp Sweaters Collars, Tags. ninth b'rthdav!' annlversnry N. J. As Mrs. Davis main- the chek-bone and not "If It's Glass We Have It"

Pet last Fvl""v with a slumber tains a mobile home on Silver In the eve and we wound up Mrs. Sarah Lawson Is home
One Fiec or a house Full 524 HOGAN" devnlowit' I II I SupplIesBlrdeFlMhllrnter, ., party Bt the home of her Lake and Mr. Davis has at Alachua General Hospital recuperating from her operation CALL WRITE or VISITFOR
II '
Ina Ward Antiques I Dally & Sun. 10-8 P.M. I patents. Mr and Mrs Tony one In Crescent< City the getting, sevenl stitches taken In St. Vincent's Hospital ANY GLASS NEED

HEARING AID Closed Tuesday : BAker. She end her guests I family reunion took the formof In her face.: and wishes to thank all her, '
8972 Johns We Design. Modern Store Fronts
84. Ave.
I I 8939 Herlong Rd. Normandl DI'end.3":1ughnessv: and' trips to Daytona Beaoh. Mr. and Mrs. Jim GUI.\ Sr. friends and customers for -

Jacksonville 387-1379 Section laura Darden attended the St. Augustine. Cedar Key, have made '\ couple of quick their cards, prayers and flowers '. Just Mail Us A Pattern Fa'
For Best! In Hearing Sea-
Tall Collect \ W. Jacksonville 781-280O I Himeromlnjr game after and Crescent City trlp down this week checkIng during her confinement. Tops

SONOTONEOF which they I njoyed birthday Mrs.! Mabel Hickerson of' on their cottage.$ They :Mrs.\ Lawson plans to reopen -

Auto Sales & Service PIANOS-OKI;ANS coke at Teresa's home before St. Louis. :Mo. hat! been a happily report that they can her beauty shop uround the SHEA'STa'

JACKSONVILLE th'lnr/ r fl 1 for the night. guest of Mrs. Mltta Loebeckof see some pro-Tress In the restoration first of the year. GLASS CO.
WESTSIDEVolkswagen I Mason A Hamlin Pianos Tracy Baker Sr. was Crystal Laka. I of their burned-out Mrs. Sarah Lawson '

'"Th Strongest and Smallest Hammond Orgrnn. I ored with a family hon-I Friends here are eagerly home In Jacksonville. Mrs.

Inc. Hearing Aid in the Magnavox> Organs his blrthdav last awaiting the return of Mr. OlH's health seems to be Plastic iVotehook $::,30( at the 1313: N.W. 1th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FK2-4353
Co. "You net A Good Deal night at the, Baker horns In some better and ,
AUTHORIZED DEALER Only Hearing "orld"1 .4.t-1 : and:! Mrs. William Pinon from holding Its TFLEGKAPII. i
22 West" !Monroe Lake Geneva. Sharing the Leroy. Kan., where they were

&ale* jfflParts{ JackaonviUe 353-1463 F. o. MILLER8.r 1 spotlight with Mr. Baker was I' especially honored on their own.Mrs.. Rubv Dyal and

SrrMraM/ Body Stop his granddaughter. Teresa 50th wedding anniversary grandson.: Ar.dv. of Gainesville -

mtl. ,lhw,of FUM fJdMU&".coo.I1HU""'- who was born on this birth- during Homecoming Week and Charlie Owens of
Open 8 &.1"p.m. I' hOBBY SHOP I I day. Guests Included all of for that city Col. Wm. E.Plnon Bell called to tell us they I
5 p.m. Sat.--Closed Sunday Jacksonville
the Baker sons and their I was killed on the Island were bringing!' down !some
lidO: LANK A VI'':. SOUTH ,
Phone Jacksonville 884-3141 FIELDSHOBBY EWING MACHINES i families ns -veil B.S Mr. and of Luzon during the U. cood old White Acre peasover : .e ,.
i iI M"s Ouv(. Gifford of Jack- Invasion i -
1 S. rf the Phillip- last Thursdav nlsht; and I __I

Parrish Motors I IRI.F SHOP, Inc. : :.Iit.It .\II t. .1.1(./..H. -I sonville. Thev are th." pl\l'-1 pines, and Pinon Park where I coixed th"-m Into coming ; T7//5? WOULD '
II Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet I ents of Mrs Tony Baker the festivities took nlaee.i on over for a tin tic supper: I

I A Complete Line of I Sold New: nvti $300: I II wits donate'! bv the Plnons!I We have had n bunch of LOO/C GREAT 'I g Ls4

: Bunt At Airplane Builders RupEleSperlolizln'3 Hal. $72 or $,..011) PIT :Mnmt I I In their '!son' memory. I lore muscles alonour 1 \ lake ( ,

:Siil\K'B -0" in Radio Ideal Sewing Center i NEWS NOTESFrom Mr and Mrs. Raymond shorn! this! week. : not from\ '

PARTS COlltrolledlode! I Kincaide of Smith Lake and! : vioiklnc., min I I011, but from

I and Equipment I ALL MAKESNew ( Preceding rage] neighbors, of the Plnons. will dancing'! Tho-e enlnylnsHamecomlna ::
32 Year A. A Dealer and t-d: :Mac.tn:
return for th" Christmas
: activities at
Open Evenings 111)) 9 1'JM. !
tev.s for tht Halloween Masquerade -
Always Good Used Cars 848 Cll ,at AVfm h,>II'ay" from Leroy Kan.. Keystone over" the weekend
f(31 Laura 8t. ,J.u-Uton'vUl' 602 PO; Edewonti' .75 k.... IIII'! 3 ')-5071TRACK ,' Party to be held 'vhere Mrs' Kincaide hi, weie David! mid Doris Luta-!'
Phone flBfi-SSot Get) 27 lit t 8 p m. In the Masonic -
JacksonvilleHONDA: :38fl-8ae3! teaching: at iiclghboilng Pccgv '
a : ; en.s. V'oyles. T. Can"3rfl
I SKItVICKRAY'S( ;: Hall! town. ....
Mln. Jim Robbln'Pesrsv I
Automatic Transmission: ; Suite the club Is now primarily -
Mrs! Anna M. West bury Shauihncssv mid Buc-
Automatic I :MOTOflCYLES 1 a so.'lal group and no I and Abram a. Evrtlv of Se- ky Bunee'' Report cards have
lousier avsoilaled with
TRACK SERVICE anyMentor briimIUted. Mrs. Nell Gray- been Kstied I since then and I
nrsMit/atlnn. it
: \vn.olert '
Transmissions & : Portable/ Ti irk Pus,. R
\ Hhrim,,n, last weekend ,
Motor !
Exchange M o TOR r v C i. r. I S |'set. Pnllflurrr, ('re wIcruA'e IIUP, i for membership, to 3ivests I Mrs Dun Davenport of!

BIG DADDY "'.\I.T Oreer. rC.- I U visiting her
ALL. MODELS I 11 K-ep Vm Rollins"7R7 > A cordial Invitation Is cx- I
manufactured Transmissions I' I father. O n WI"", It hl'l.11' .
Merchants Given !St.tmpq' 1 \\". Ittavrr 'lerded. to all! over 3''? to attend : ,
Moto\ :\ and Mrs.. Charles Dnn-
: ODPII( 8\ A :M to 7 T M .'.11 k'oiu \lib" ..is'IKOIMCM. 3..4A' the Hilloween\ PartyTheir1 i
HT QiiAUijr ('raft'mdn I ohoe( hare IlI .' returned fiomia
Monday\ Filfl.tvS will l he door pil/es and
2097 W. IU'vfr M.JacksonyWe. ) ( I. K1SII:: I I I tl11'rrWI't'k'III wllhj\
\ A M toP.MSaturday I; I !ni'UIn:: of !rrRtiiniPs, in var- I .
355-1771;;;; ft tcI5I'A" t'cl 1 relatives! In Ohio''
I I \ : and \Veineday' ) Inns entesorles.: Mrs Ruth .
,I CLOSED SfNUAV: 11ERMAIDAQUARIUMS I M.ilmaien: nnj Mrs Fern l and Pennsylvania.: ) 'IJ i il ;

-C'\\JPEltS: MOTORS & CYCI.n Hanson: will select! the Jud ea. __._._._._._._.,_.._.._.._.._.._.._.._.,_.,_.,_.,_._.,_.. I
while :Mrs Dorothy Sherman -
Cribbs Campers I 4949! Bl.mdlnn! Blvrl ComplPtP Aquarium Supplle. I Mrs! M.irthn: Ilenm.I II
Jirl and Mis Mitts Loebeck eomprlse -
DeJ-Rey Onnpcra the reficshment andl'ntertalnment
:Mon.Sat 10 am to A pm 1
Skramper Convertible I i i'1Is1e) Runtiav 2: to B pm I commit| (Lake Santa Fe) ,
I tee. Hostesses! will be Mrs.Kither .: I
We 01':1'1'IIV: fish Available
C Shasta Traitors I Krul''t''I'Il'a.' : Nettle, Mrs' .lack F. Miller Sr.
913 S. Fderwnod: Are.WKSTKUX .
Trader Bank: "lwu1I'Inc I Paulus Music Co. Smith, and Mrs., Frank Will- 1
.Tn'k.ollv\1e, \! RR-1I404 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA4Bov
6103 San Juan Ave. : mott President! Hanson and 1I 't

Jacksonville 388-9318 Band A String Instruments = STORE Treasurer Milmgren will assist I had better not I let

I GIbsoN Guitars & Amplifiers! all committees my incitement get turned I King Size Sayings! Yes,
CHAIN SAVSMiddleburg School SuRpUesInstruction, LITTLE DUDE HOMEM: .\KERS: | loo"eet' A few little yellow : when
you need car In-
S Roberts Rerordors WORKSHOP sticks dues not exactly builda

Chain :Music Llb"iry-Expert |' Western Store : Mrs Herman Roehl. pies-' paved road does it? Things uranec, check State

Saw SalesMoney Repair Dej artmeat Where You'll Find Every Ident. Invited! all members to began looking up out here. 1I'arm'sIalllousiowrates I II -
II I thlnat: For the Horse meet at her home on Oct. 11 last Thursday when some I I for careful drl'Yers-so 1 1I -- -. -
H 0 1\1 It LIT Z 41 \\'. :Monroe St. Enthusiast" for a planning: session for the preliminary surveying was '.esag I
Makin' Chain Saw I low that one out of twemay
Jacksonville 3S5-S447 who !live:
done. we
Western Clothing Leather- Clay County Council's annual However ..
BALES &: SERVICE 3310 Beach Blvd. I goods. Saddles and Trailers bazaar. Those enjoying out here have seen these lit- .. savo Important
Parts and Repairs All Makes] Jacksonville 3933091lUUSIClutruments and we dollars.And
tle before check
Charles & Sharon Petty a coffee hour and workingon markings State

Toro & yazoo Power Mowers 90" !So. Ednrewood Ave.. projects with the hostess have vet to see the road I Ati Farm service too-so F 0 ut t h a II.

Rt. 21 Mlddleburg! 28250'SOELECTRIC J.u kxnnvlllr 3KI-1710! ( weie Deltha Hickey. Mildred this stage of the game, we II I I outstanding that World Series Baseball Scenic Westerns ExotJa

I.I I I. I Insure people land Secret-agent shows Spectaculars!Your farorito programs come toJife

MOTORS I WELL DRILLINGPARTRIDGE more cars withus in realistic color for your height of enjoyment. Not two or three years henca

MARVIN KAY'S |j' than any fVAI '.i'l ... but aow... tod&vl,

Peavy Brothers Music Center !! DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home one else. Call I IWI Live % tip wieh the "Magie 3* EuEo,

Electric Co. Well Drilling Co. lox dctafla.j[ ierep hi-fi and Color TV. Join the two- \

Fender, Grataoh &: Vox Guitars! ROCK &: ARTFSINVKLLS STAUKE PHONE> 961-2600 television families; move your old met to Q..

BLECTRIC MOTORSgo3d.8ery1cedRepaired King. flatten and Selmer Complete Electric Water KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176 MERRITT H.WILLIAMS the kidV room, bedroom den. II

Band Instruments I System See t the mandaua selections and values at:your dealer's Koto. _
Qenera ton-Starten Lirfwlj:, SUwg-erland< Rogers IHRIOATION efLOIIDA
Alterations\ Drum I Rental
Rewinding rnnxANciNo: : Services 117 N. Wah.ut St. I POWER I LI'I' COa"11
Armature ItentaUi & Rrpurfx' OQ ALL 5S80 Hyde Grove Ave. -
4044 Lenox Ave. 400 MAIN ST.JCkjnvtU I Jacksonville i HOSPITAl. BEDS. WHEEL CHAIRS Phone 961-5391 -- UKLflMQ BUILD n.OIiIDAV

.JAckaOnv1l1e 397-2328 353-0*35 Cull K'oUect 9-IUII
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IrrTTT* ......W'.I. Flower Committee Marjorie I 1 and Mrs. George MCLaUllh-1 to the following guest: Mrs. brother! of Jimmy Onani I of Starlco, FrMay night. eel to curl back Both of Da oleo and Ji"nrh with: lemon

Packham: 01' (U1Jst. Marcia 1 I also welcome Mr. and Mr and Mrs B 8 Sibley vid's l were tiled with Cl.iMMin.l! In tlm 1TCLE-
flu: Junior Boys. James Da- Clyde Bradley, mother of the We legs
THERESSA, i Grims and Aim Packham: I vis and George Payne; Pri!- honoieeMiss. Brenda: Ortf- Mrs Paul Cuoiidet. who will I and ihi'lr ,son-in-law and I II shot; Buddy then uishcd Di- ('()(' bring renult, .

Song Leader, Ralph Bryan; mary. Bell Guann and Bea fls sister of the bridegroom; be permanent residents here 'InU"1tCl'fr.: and Mrs. vid to the pmerKt-ncv loom '- :

I Beckv; Newhum Pianist. Janice Hall and An- I Sparkman Beginners, Mrs. the bride-elect's four aunts. Mrs. Cuedent is retired with Cha i'les John.: ; and daughter.KiKs. at Bradford County Hospital :175: !! !
By ne Packham. O. L. Llnsiri and Marlene Mrs. H. F. Cloversettle Mrs. Jarmon Motois In Carrolton. I !. and Mr. Johns' mother David is home now. but Is '
D.t.eysex( .rfes/ .33Mt4o.2lOIinV
I AA A ........ Sunday School: Superintendent -'Johnson: Nursery Mrs. Ruby Ernie Newsomc. Mrs. B. II. Texas and Mrs.\ Cuendet is left Saturday for a few walking on crutches He isi 1 ';' I

BAPTIST CHURCH: Ralph Bryan and Horsey and Mrs. Dennis De- Loper. and Mrs. Henry Loper with Otis Elevator Co. In I days sightseeing In the Smo- reported dohi-: fine. I I

lOPE happy to announceat Ernest TrlcstSecieiary, Witt. : also Mrs W. E. Dampler. Jacksonville He is a brotherof 1' kv Mountains of North Car BEAUTY j I \

We are Rev Merle Barbara Bradley! and Grace Tralnlnpr Union: Director Mrs. Gene Mosley Shl11'onl E C Cti"n:'>t.VonCllle olina and Tennessee The E S E-ibleys ana! the : UP

:J our will pnstor be with Searle; :Moils Class Sidney Larry lilnsln: Men. Women. Loper. Mrs Florle Davis. '.nJ: Jerome Grlf-j 1 ..tTIIENTSDavid Pllc-e Flihei? have the prettiest put / MAKES MANY
us an-
>ackham, Griff and D. M. Lawrence: Young People IntarxnediatcsPred Mrs. Jack.1) Hersey M1'9.1 fls gave\ a. dinner Sunday In I' \ Lo ei' and Buddy lawns in this commun- ". G8TS FEEL OLD

Uier year.Officers Women's Cln-a. Mrs. Marjorie Dodd and Sidney Fisher. Mr. Prey Sullivan honor of her father, L. V I I Parkham were walking Ityl. Makes us all want to )\ 36. common Kidney or BlolderT-'
ana teachers for Dodd and Inez Lawrence; Grlffis: Junior Primary Sr.. Mrs. Grace Seiivle. Ml'S.1 WI1IIAm //1. who was leavin-j OI'Duncat\ Little Lake Crystal pretty our place up) a little pITy ': ': .tions ofton occur:and may male, you
and nervous from too lr quen*
.ie coming: year arc: Young Adults. E. C. Cuendet: and BellnnersFlol'le Davis. R. P. Hall. Mrs. O. L Llnsln. to work in the! Bahama Is! 'whore they were camping Come on now, you all! I the ) ( :>agf;s both day and nlfibt.: Second
General Officers: Church Yoimfr People. Billy Breedju I Mrs. Jimmy Johnson. Miss 1 lands. Amoni the guests were Saturday nl"ht; Buddy drop- I Let's all try tc get Inlome/ Try I 1 .you.may, Backocha lone heap and and reel nuffer oil tlrwf.front

Jerk and Treasurer J. D.I and Chester Searle; Intermediates INTERMEDIATE; PARTYA Marcia Griff. Mrs. Cheryl I Mr. W1I1Iam! cn'" brother-in-' pel:! his shotgun the sun Rood news/ Items! we can all ::p'\'r;\ >hn brlnK d. la*lucti fant mlaxJnic Irritation." comfort CYSTEC bw

rlftls and Ralph Bryan: -:! Roiiiesa Dodd and party' fcv the Intermediates Grlffls. Mrs. Ruth Orlffls,: law and sister. Mr. and Mrs |, stuck in the -iround and nc- be proud of See you all next' .; ( Irrlt&Untr (rma in strong! arltf.

] alrman of Ushers Dennis Mrs E C. Cuendet; Junior, was held Saturday Mrs. Fred Dodd and Prlscllla ; Ralph Carroll' of Live Oak Identally went elf causing: I'I'I week 'I I t t find as by draseats.nntrtcnla::: I.al''better raite .2u&0a5

jeWitt and George Payne: Girls, Mrs. ImoRene Bryan| night from 7:30: to 9:30: Ini Mrs. Marion: Sullivan. hii son. Olpn: and Mr. and I he metal on the >sun bar- I

i the community house. with Mrs. Marjorie Packham. Ann Mrs. William! Hersey. Mi i

I I MwHDme.la: Dodd In Packham, Mrs E. R. Batten. Williamson will be genera) El :>:
......... :
Easy To OwnLONGCHAMP |i charge. Those nttpndirm were Linda Batten. Mrs. James H manner of an electrical :'Ihh FLOUDATHEATRE!

i I Louise Batten. Larry Batten. McCarthy. Mrs. Clvle:! Hcr- power plant on Andros !' lost; -

Donna Spattman Pilscllla sey. Mrs. Roberta Dodd. Mrs.j: land. [L I),. )
HOMES i|, Dodd. and Sue White Games Rhoda Dumc'er. Mrs. D Mrs. Bill Flakes of Jack I : '
were played 1 and refreshments DeWitt Mr3. Jimmy Gnann. (tonvllle spent/ last week convalescing
served. Mary Lou On ann. Mrs. Anita : at the home of her ei

Custom Built Don'tNet( our Sunday Andrews Mrs. Bernie Mc- parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. ShowtimeWeekdays! 7unday

School. We have 135 enrolled (](>e. Mrs. Imajean Bryan. Payton She was accompanied jLura tturqessAiohr 1 3:00, Saturday 1
and 99 were\ present last Mrs. Carlle Trlest. Mrs L. W. by her daughter Debbj
Your Plans Or Ours Sunday. Batten Louis Batten. Mrs Martin Horsey of Gainesville w thy SAT. -OCT. 21. 22

Your Lot Or Ours Sunday School. 10 a. m. Cleveland, Sullivan. Mrs. Billy spent the weekend with all
| Wherein the leaves turn More luck to them Be a Rood 1
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Breeden, Mrs. Farber his irrandpaicnts: Mr. and
HOME IMPROVEMENTS Nursery open) for morning Hn-wpll. Mrs Donald Lawrence Mrs.: J D. Payton. while his beautiful colors; they tremblein place for Clay Hill people to WALT DISNEY
I : the wind; some fall and get. flowers for; weddings and
REMODELING. worship. and Mrs. L. C. Sulli parents. Mr. And Mrs. DewlttHersey.
ALTERATIONS the rest know they soon too funerals. : THE
Training Union. 6:30: p. van. attended the country
m., devoted to Bible Study. ENGAGEMENTMr. music show in Jacksonville. shall be on the ground. Banana Coconut Rolls 4 FIGIIZNGOFDONEGAL

3-BEDROOM HOMES Evening Worship. 7:15: p. m. and Mrs. J. R Ryerson Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosbyof : Dry leaves rememberingbirds yellow firm \b.inaiuu., melted

Wednesday night: Prayer of Greenville.? S. C. announce Starke wore dinner guestsat long southward bound oleo lemon Juice and '- cup!I 4e'A

FOR SALE Meeting7'30: t p.: m. also devoted the engagement of the home", of Mr. and Mrs. Fri't. since tney must remain shredded co.-onut( ; peel bananas .\ I
NOW to Bib! Study. their daughter. Cassandra Cleveland Sullivan last ; and cut into h.Llves ('0\ !
The air Is restive. like and
BRIDAL SHOWER Kay Mathrrea. C. Dale Thursday night. crosswise. Brush with melted at
Small Down Payment Miss Barbara Bradley I Bradley son 01 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Ifrs. Willie! Her- eajeer hound
I sey, Mr. anj Mrs. Clyde Her Yearning! to snap Its chain.
whoso\ marrlane to Sidney W. Clyde Bradley of Starke
IN PINE RFEZE: I Smoke-wraiths of leaves willchase
OrlffU Jr will be an event of Miss Matherea Is enrolled In sey Denise were recent .
the Meeting sun IM ...O ...
EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION Saturday. Get 22. at 8 the Institute of Christian !guests la lncsvile to attend .
; p. m. Like the ..........
:departed: swallows
the wedding of Mr.
was complimented) with a Service of Bob( Jones University 3.01
I And soon th<* baying beagle-
Clyde: Hersev's: son. John
Contact bridal shower given recently In Greenville.! S. C. Mr.
by ladles!! of the church. Arrangements Bradley Is a senior at Bob Wayne Hersey. to Pescy -wind will run ,
I Over hills and hollows. I SlN.? MON.. TUBS.
BUFORD MITCHELLOffice of fall flowers Jones University, majoring, V Crenshaw daughter of Mr I
and; Mrs. Roy E. Crenshaw of -Robert J. Richardson. Oct. 23: 21 1 25
were \ise* Phone 969- 281 P. O. Box 238 : for Gainesville.. This Autumn I have found
Sunday School room for this a February wedding.
HO S. Thompson St. Starke Fla. occasion. WELCOME TO / Billy and Betty Broertcn loy In my heart again. I am ADMISSION: Adults ( GRANLEY COMPANY ....

I COMMUNITYWe: spent l last weekend. In MI- so very thankful after four Children Under I CARY GRANT
Games werp played and
ami with her sister and years of grl"vln'{ for my good .
We Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are nlfts: opened after which wish to welcome Mr little new husband. Time!' is ail'l'eat/ FRI., SAT.. Sl"N. :
You? If Not JOIN TODAY! punch and cake were served and Mrs. Arthur Gnann to nephew. healer and I EGGAR
Mr. and Mr:" R. O. Zelslrr have tried to be DOUULE FEATURE{ 1 -
our community. Arthur is
of Gainesville were recent brave My little dog Gabby is I JIM HU1TONT

.. I .: ._' guests of his sister. Mrs. J. a lot of fun. nd today we
ti. D. Griffin, and family walked 3':' r.Il"/I.! < / We walked ALL NEW\\ jZafOlTltE C..SIEGEV ,

AREA Mrs. Perry Sullivan Jr. that far yesterday and two -

I BUSINESS DIRECTORY who was a patient in Glendale miles another day.: That was fIRST'AMf

Honpltil in Palatka. returned the day I weir to the dentist.I OlllllE I .

home Sunday. She is toke Gabby with me SCREEIIII 1

__ __ doing: fine. now. everywhere bot! to church He COLOI! ., "
Mrs. Grace Sear IP, visited understands when I sny ",_
Air Conditioning-Heating Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment J her aunt. Owelda Johns in "Now. I am going to church .ACOl.UMSIAI'ICTURt'Rt _
Bradford Hospital last Thurs and you 1m to stay here." 1iu
1 RUSS PIKER POWELL'S He doesn't make a fuss then.

Authorized Airtemp Cherry's0alnesvilles Hancock Office day.Mr.. and Mrs. Willie Hersey! But I said. "I am (going to .... .:.- ,, eI.. Thur-.. -Oct. 26. 27

Heatlt a: & Air Condition! Beauty AcademyLearn Most Fashionable visited at Mt. ZIon Baptist I the dentist." and he could (Playing Threezv ::

SHEET METAL a Profeoalom In You r Address For Ladle Church recently at the as- not understand that He i' P

Jt.4t.ja\a1. : ,- Commercial Spare Time. Full or Part Time,. DItISSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY!: EQUIPMENTSmfthCoronaAuthortz.1 noclatlonal meeting. barked and called. I take I Isn.t Easy"r.ib.: I

j Industrial D\V &: EVENING CLASSES J Louise Hclburxer Curnev him with tnt to the beauty But It"s ..IaR .
WEARACCESSORIES < visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie shop. He often sits on my :
!siee-LztaUatlon-Seri ice Low Tuition Term ; 'r-
2702 N,E. 19th Dr. 219 N.W. 10th Av. Dealer Hersey last week. lap quietly while my hair rtDli3.:; ..,",'):,'f O1WJ8IAC0tQt ;
dries. I think he
Mrs. :E. C Cuendet and enjoyed the I
Gainesville 372-0714 Gainesville 37S-276S 7 W University. Oa.inarille CUry-Victor-Totall* daughter, Beterly. and Mrs. flow of war-n air these cool .
I did.1nc 1Iac.h1Me: : Calqj1.t. Cuendet Si' left Saturdayfor days. Whoopee! Anyhow he

CHAIN SAWS visit Is quiet and waits
a to Oulfport. Miss. patiently I
AUTO RALES&SERVICF: SALHS -SERVICBREITTAUI: Ruth and John Hammond for me. so wems, to enjoy i I ..
left Saturday for two weeks' !going. Helikes- to ride In) .
A. & J. Saw SAVE': TIME DlMmw
JEEP MUSTANG you vacation in the Smokey the car and stands up with
requirements with u. flrat. Mountains of his feet on the front 'I
& Mower Co. Tennessee. panel
Family of 4 Wheel Drive
Mobile Homes, Inc. Jackie HenRY and Mark and looks out the wind i I
RAMBLERAmerica's : ; Joe Anderson MUTT.Homelite 323 N Main St. GalnesvlU spent Friday night in Perry' shield. I .wzth $ tornaiportab1e5tIattona

Chain Saw Gainesville' Discount Mobile< Phone 371-S551 with her sister, Betty Blair. I am getting ready for.
Finest Economy Car
SALES AND. SERVICE SALES & SKRVICB(:: Home Sales Lot. Mr. and Mrs Lynn Hall of winter when the snow will! thii1I
Volume purchases for our entire Hampton wets guests of Mr. I blow and A'l.id. come in any I I'Cl'l1ck ,
Repairs & PArts All Makes chain guarantees savings and Mrs. E. S last ,
Sibley : I have my storm win- I _
Ridgway Motor Co. CKAVELY TRACTOR: of many hundreds of dollarson PAINT &: GLASSLiddell Thursday nlr.lit.: dons in now and that Is I

SALES & SERVICE the Quality! home of your Mrs. Clyda Bradley and quite a chore. The screens!! ,

1132 S. MainCaln..ille 2022 NE. Blvd. Gainesville choice. Barbara wer" business visitors have to be taken out. the I : I _
872-8433 Phone b72-3V8 4820 N.W. 13th !St.! 441 North / in Gainesville! last Wed- windows washed and the! -

clalne.vllle 378-1316 I nesday. storm wlnio-vs:: taken down '
Just Off WaWo Road Paint & | k''
Mrs. Minnie! Harris and
from the lack where stored
B & G Motors Co.CADILLAC.OU)431ORILE. CONCRETE= I'RODUCIS. ( :Mot 1 orC'v: tStreit's "> Glass Co. Mr.. E. F. Harris and children the glass washed and them 1

: I of WiiMo were visitingat I carried to the rUht window _
SALES & SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop KYANIZE PAINTSGlamMlrronSlldlnr the homes of Mrs. Flor- and put in Tlacand, securedI

PIne Selection of Used Cars I CONCRETE: : PRODUCTS HONDA MOTORCYCLES enc Johns} ana: Mr. and Mrs. al-o washed: my bedioomi I j '

Taken Qn Cadillac Trades ARE THE!: BEST FROM Cushmum. A Ve pa Scooter Door- Price Fisher> last ,,'eek. curtains. Th"! nights\ ; arc cool c r'H.I _
Mr. and Mrs./ Lee Thomasof now su I have! two wool blankets -
2001 :N.W. 12th. Bt. 441 I Edward's Building Dur tl-BSA-ZundappMotorcyclOH Tub Rnclovurm-Showrr Doom: Gainesville!! : "ere Sunday !, on my brd a quilt and&
PHONE S76-75IS -.Sales! At Service -Wliidow.AwningCarprt.Wallpnper.St..re1roni .
Supply] Inc. I afternoon prnp'ta at the home a spicad.
of the Fisher *
Work'I I I pitioy our walks now as .1
728' S. Main-:372-4X44< l Locksmith & Safe Consultation. Mrs./ Bell Gtinnn visited l the leaves ".'<* no pretty Our :
Pinna Performance 818 W. University, Aye I her mini Owlrtj! Johns In
I street has maple trees along .f:4kT314iIi
OAINEfflVTLLB. PT.A Gainesville nlt7'7111ff1TnnryCl. ( JIll NW. Rtxt, St.
SAAB ,I "nth j I Bradford Owmtv Hospital the walk. Tlu-y are really
GA1NESVILLK: 372-8101 last Saturday afternoon.
":I'TRWtnTOJt.: .'; :\ ..;!'; beautiful. The leaves are, .
\\.r.n:/ ANT sFRVirn Mrs. Pile-: Fisher attended falling fa-t. so will not be

ELECTRIC THECYCLE the New River association atNorth lona' until the the trees are
Uaptht Church
Monday ,
bare In Nebraska: I used to ,
Co. TILES: & PAINT afternoon
1011 S. Main Cit.inNVUle Motor Repair hear the -H! aee.se going '
Mr. and ATKlrbv, Swin
Of flrtiimiillM, Inn.Rejimrln NOHTON BTTLTACOBRIPORSTONP south but i have not heard -
Phone :.T7Tropical 21:111: dell and ch'Hrcn' of Ptlatka' 1
,,,'rAT1 them here .In"e I came! backto .
p'"cInl, visited purl !Mrs. Walter (1 +
? FLINTKOrK: TILE Mr. ; live four years: allO When r.wm i
New and l U*..il M 0 '1 J RnTpI. RNS Swindell here Saturday a child.. I IIvl'dlouth/ of 'i, ,iw .L. F .1...L 'e.J..Ij, '
Vinyl-Vinyl Aabmtto afternoon.
Pontiac, \\HH OTAR\NTKr.D C'nmr.te, "' ..rvlr A Part : hero and 1 we o'tenlaw/ and 4ff r- by SMITH-CORONA'
Floor Flnlahlnf Product Mr. and :\fI,. Willie Hersey heard them. It Is quite an In-

Inc. 1010 S Xfam Gainesville New A UfiPil mnchln. In tock wore dinner srucsts of Mr. s-lrlni' fclnht I always tepcut %A : :W .i CoiOfMt |fcw jrmi al th* speed, nsa nd wonder rffactric 1 1.v4

TRUCK OMC CE.N'l"J'RPONTIAC ': Ph"" 37KARM FH'IIY; Financing Available, Term. DURALrrR PAINT- and Mrs. Clyde Hersey sun-I William Culen: Bryant: ,I ftrpinf...at oMy*BtUa gun toaa ttu cost at mcnfloaryportabta.
He! who froii' zone to zone .
GYM FINISH: day.Mr' I' .asia'a
: KQIMPMBNT' : ; 1121 N.W. 8th Ava. and M-s oeorire Ezell Guides! thioufch the boundcs.] ; ,

220 NW. 8th Avo Gainesville Gainesville 375.3440MO :: and Debby of Jacksonvillewere : ,I sky thy certain flight: 'I : aa4jri 'Jbo -5
37-: 'jaJ.: Tenney Tile & Paint unexp"rle l guests Sun In the long way I must trend % '1-
Santa Fe Tractor, : V ER.4: day morning in the homes of alone E=: [ FULL 88 aiAHACTER KEYBOARD the same

GRANELtNOOLN Inc. 3222 N.W. 0th 81 Mr. and Mis Willie Kersey Will! lend: mv !steps! aright I I u oo office electrics plus fuU-fcogtfa, p-front tabo-j

I Long Distance Moving Oalnf'Avtlle .17S1I02TRAVEL : Mr. and Mic: Clyde Hersey. I like! to id-all Autumns' at I .. hUJon. Set, clear, tabulate from the keyboard.I .

_MKRtrRY: : !F ,O R D Local Drayage Mr. and :Mr>, Junior Tlersey. Clay Hill with Daisy andFred 6 AUTOMATIC KLECnUC REPEAT ACTIONS -J

A Authorized Salea & Service Storage P""klnll'Jrattn" Plen Onan-i ,nrt William I boarded with thorn '.. at your fingertip command spaces dots, cI.ohe ''Xi
OOfl 'Galnesvin S atV.ARN
B. University Farm Tractor & Implement Newham made! a trH tt New when t tun-Shi: at Clay Hill. underlines. Typo faster eacczrscauys
Pbone 372-4251 Ford Industrial Machinery, Shipping TO TOCCn.TW
Svmrna Beach Friday for I can "sea mv children now PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR Kt the tOVC1I'Get
Crane's ImportsVolvo LAND ROVER 4 Wheel Drive FREE ESTIMATES CALL, the football 'time. Plen! playson airlvlnT In Lii'e.s and the IN S ONLY LP records and iMtroo- pleases you, aad rlfftririQr& does tbo wcdcprint;
the Starke. football team flair waving hlph on the flax
(Mercedes-Bens) SALES PARTS. SERVICE HILL'S MOVING in handsome perfect every time I
FIA T.HILL.'lAN220J : :and William! js a drummer, pole. I felt v! happy and tioa pages a case
...88 N.W. Sixth G&ill-.YU1. & Inc. House of Travel, with Bradford band. The proud of my children My tot only $3.95 when you pur- ALL THIS AND MORE-Page Gage', Copy-Set7**
Storage, chase this handsome, n iw Forward-Glide deck Quick Set"< '
Adjustment, top Ma-
) N. Main Gainesville; !score was! 5H-13 In Pfarkes love for them made each dav ,
Phone 372-4373 Phon 376254SOARDEN 8340 NJL Waldo Rd. INC. favor. Starke play! P.il.itka. a happv son !Sometimes' I Snuth-Ctaooa portable gins,and a deluxe Trimline1**carrying casa.

SUPPLIES Galnaavllle 372-4271 this, Friday :night In Pnlatka went hnme with them to KEEP IN FASHION WITH TOOArS NEW KIND Of ELECTRICAL LIVING
So let's see everybody! out spend theli'tht. I alwnjn
AUTO SALVAGE :MUSIC AIRLIJ'o/IES/ I there! enjoyed tho.;e \visit Now I

Johnson & Paris, Inc. STEAMSHIP! Glen Wllliamion: Is all am proud o' my grown boys
LIPHAM MUSICCo. smiles because he is now the and girls! with their lovely .
Paul's R. It.) .
Auto Salvage ,
Complete Line oIaEDMPt.AN Inc. proud own-r of fnpw 23 chlkhen I wis so happy
Only $159
We Buy Wrecked Cars At r5- automatic ,'\rifle! Good hunt- Louise! Johns brought' her .
: ",lus Tax
Car KeD&.M! \\nt Glen. dear handsome boys and girl :;
Weekdsye I::3I t. I:SSat. Edward Loper and :Michael to the Funeral I Home In Orange -
'AH Mi.k Model PL4.NU' $ OKOANS-DKUMS Newsome! v1s' >te
I'sed Part We Rent Fertilizer! Spreaders Guitar and Amplifier S U It. David Newham Saturday: let me se" her family.

Teletype Service-We Win 224 N W. 8th Ave SHEET MUSIC afternoon. Then the four of Have nice I letters from mv

Find Any Part For You. PHONE J7J-047 Oa1Denw. CanUr 3415 W. University: Av. them went campln at Crystal Foster son. '.Ve tbt'rry Grlf- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Gainesville 376-4312 Gainesville 178-1691 Lake Saturday nlvht fill III. He U: ioinr fine and
paa& Stock Yard O&ID i. Y &. 372-S353: hi.i in
411 N. Your truly suvc.l over now a Mowerihop another

r : ;._- ------. --=. .-T-,__h=", -.- -j- .. _L '1 J t---..--..,---.._-. .--- -.y nlfht! *..ta ICathy Campbell 4 WJnor.hiiiUlnj good he. owns bu&ne anj: __ __ ____ _____,___ __

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: I I, and Political Science.He I Butler problem to fill the garden. Fellowship Hull of the First sonville\ Mr. and :Mrs Frank
- i member of the Greater Allen Chapel Church of Johnson and 'three early! promotion program 13
is a muny kinds of colorful Prcbbylcilait I eons of
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Mununlcb and Zenith Social Church Rev. I* A. Gainesville.This I Keystone: Heights and Claude SERVICE MEN an Army policy providing Incentive -

Ft, CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Club. Inc.. Alpha:, Phi Omega/ pastor. Youth Day will After sowing the seed in special program for Norton of San Mateo, Calif. for outstanding
I fraternity 33; Degree Mason, observed Sunday. and while you are parents. teichers, librariansand Mr. and Mra. W. R. Hollo- 1 I tialnees.
Shrlner. Shriner Club, and School at 10. Morning for them to reach all adults who work with way of. Penaacolu were weekend .
ItT RECREATION NEWS Consolidated Club. ice. 11 a. m. The speaker !' : size, prepare children is sponsored by the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. t Pvt. James C Reames, son
Flag football season is In lie is married and has one be Miss Carolyn Thomas. flower beds. Al.1chulCOl1nty School LIbrarians E. Holloway.Mr. 1 of Mr. and Mrs. William Paul
its fourth weel of activity. S. d.iuKhter. Wilma age 12. i" 3 p. m. the speaker will First turn the soil with a the Santa Fe Re- and Mrs. John Simmonsand AND' WOMENPfc Keames of 755 Epperson St..
The Colts U-ad the League 8th made Lonnie Johnson; of or other tool. Remove gional Library the Oaines- children have as guests Starke recently competed:
with thrl'e11 torles. The season He served during the Korean At 6 p. m. lilt: speaker will weeds sticks stones dOM Friends! of the Library and this week, Mrs. Simmons'",, I emit( v' eks of recruit train..
0V will close November( 22 war and attained the Leon Thomas. '! and other debris and.: the Alnchua County Cultural mother trft Interested! may sign up I I rank of :Master;! Sgt. with the All member are asked rake the area into a Center, In observance of Na- Norcross and! Airs. Faith Ule- wife Brenda lives on Kaui.: Depot Parrls Island;!, S.
Boys for the recreation basketball wEIiI'I.OYIIENT :24th! Inf Division and the please cooperate with mixture:! for good aera- tional Children's Book Week wlcz, ,both of New Bedford 1. Brocket! : recently completed 1 C He will now undergo four I
m ci team Wednesday! Oct 26 at 187 Paratroopers both In raptalns for the success and dr'r.age.'! October 30 November( 5. Moss. a ratio relay and carrier weeks of individual combat
W 4::30-6::30. Practice will benin Korea. the proxram. The If available, it will\ pay to Coffee will be served by L/Cpl. George E Nail and repair course: at the Army training and four weeks Jt
UI at 9 on November 26 in RJE r VISI visa are: Carolyn Thomas Into the top six inches members of the Junior Wel- Pfc. Robel.t1.. Nail, who are Southeastern Signal School basic specialist training before -
ti: VlsltiiiK for a few days Griffins Cynthia the soil some; grass clip- fare League nom I 9-30: to 10a. stationed at Camp LeJeune, fort Gordon, Ga. He received I'1 being assigned to a permanent -
gym.Teen Time Is I being hfld with Mi and Mrs. A. O. Jenkins Joan Dean, and Gale compost: or other or- I m, during registration.! A N. C. were home with their his training! in service unit.
Saturday night from 8 nnd family were Mr. dolph. m terl14hl. While doing morning session will follow, parents Mr. and Mrs. T. i E. repair of field telephone, telegraph '
arc to every 11. All teenagers are Invited and :Mrs Aaron King- of Passaic Chairman! M. J. : you might also add 5 with a talk by Mrs. Ross Nail and brother, David, last. I and radio relay equip
TITS' RIGHT POINT="' for the
to attend and enjoy an N. J. Mr. King is a nephew Co-chairman Mrs E. of superphosphate entitled "A Happy Few anda weekend ment. |,
rif write. Come In and
fee< evening of fun. Watch the I of Mrs. A. O. Jenkins. Thompkins. 100 square feet of bed film aboat. a little girl's :Mr.: and :Mrs John Simmons j I nay you,
delect favorite EI'IT.UBROOK
ftc paper for other scheduled CIU'RCII =NEWS"' : !' first! visit to :a Public Library.The ,and children attended a birthday Stanley E. Burris. son of I your fountain TKLE--
activities.Mr. New Bethel Baptist Church Transplanting from the afternoon; session beginsat dinner at the Holiday Inn Mr. and Mrs. George \VI I GRPII.WOMENPASr21. pen.
n Jackson is ,grateful for will hold Its regular servicesas to the flower bed is a 1:30: and includes a talk I Sunday honoring: his parents, Burris of Spring Lake, received -
t the cooperation given In all I II follows: Sunday School of your green thumb.To by Mrs. Rocs, entitled "The Mr. and/ :Mrs: J. C Simmonsof an early promotion to I
c the activities Parents a 1'<'| I 9:30: a. m. Morning service Let's GoGardening make the honor roll, Fair Returns of the Story Starke Army pay grade private: E-2
f always welcome to visit. 11 a. m. BTU 5 p. m. Evening a nice cool cloudy !, Hour" as well as a film Mr and ;Mrs. W. A. Nail of I on completion! of basic '::com
A ADIT.T CLASSES!' / worship 6 p. m. The public ':!. after a rain. Use based on th.' children's book Palatka were Sunday guestsof but training at Fort Benning.
= Adults are invited to at- j I ; ; Is cordially Invited. in handling the seed: "A Time of Wonder." (Mr. and Mrs T. E, Nail and I O.l. WITH BLADDER IRRITATIONAfter

1I tend the classes that are In Luthei, 13 Oliver Jr formerly Choir No. 2 will go to Allen' Break oCt as few roots For further information son. He was awarded: the pro- 21. common Kidney or Bladder Irritations
progress in the county Better ;; employed by Palm Chapel l to render" music for 'I EditorFlorida possible: don't expose call the Starke-Bradford motion two months earlier: : and may affect make twice you mm tens many and women n'rvoui aeMen '
I Beach Count Welfare Dept.. ; Sun- By Hervey Sharp. to tiled sunlight or County Public: Library than is customary because of from too frequent, burning or Itching
education means better, the 6 p. m service on Kt- | urination' both day and night.Seoondar.ly. *
I .lobs. Information call the Belle Clao aoa!> Social day. Oct. 24. Agricultural air for a i long period!: STORY HOUR THE RIGHT POINT for the i nis! accuiacy in firing the M- you may lose Bleep and Buffer front
I USO bulldlru: and Inquire Worker' Mom NU1.. 1965 Greater Bethel Fife Will\! tension. Service set plants too d"eplv, Do tigers ever bite kings ? way you write. Come In and 14 rifle, his:! high score on the :TieadAcbei.,In BackaehPi such irritation and feelold, CYSTS tlreclepre..d.
1 until all( i 1. 196B Mr Oliver I give them partial shade combat Idem ttftually bring fast relaxing comfort br
select )hytcal; prof
: y
Come and favorite
from Mrs. Hopkins or :Mr Baptist Church, Rev. Louis see Thursday your KSTKK-: curbing Irritating1 germs In strong act at
Gibson. If the first of his row to hold :McKay pastor. Annual Men's 1t1l they have a chance to afternon at Story Hour 3:30to : BROOK fountain pen. TELEGRAPH. test and his military bearing urine and by druggulsteat,: aria(. Ocift
CYsr z ar better ftub.
such a lob in the history of Sun- I October aniongr 0 t h from the shock of 4:15: at the Starke-Brad- I and leadership abilities. The
will be observed
A sewing class will\ be organized '
Palm Beach County. He Is things is the month of ", ford Public
day beginning with Sunday County Library
at RJE High School presently employed at Flor- riages. It is second to To Insure
I possible Mrs. Carl Minx will be
School at 9:45.: Morning serv- Story-
Monday night Oct. 24, at
ida State Prison classification in '
: as a popularity .
keep the soil] moist. teller.
7:00: p m. All persons In- i ortlCI'He is the ice Mill at be 11 the a. ipeaken.Dinner m.' Robert\. Scott If prior commitments .two or more true leav- All chlldrtn. ages 6-9 are
terestedare invited to be Notice To
Special Bradford
present.A first Negro to hold this posi will be served on vent fall marriage love with you, can appear, feed the plants invited to come and make I County DemocratsWe
least in
about 3 pounds of 6-6-
be'a. tiger face masks from paper
the church grounds at 1:30.:
I tion.He ing because growing fN-P-KJ fertilizer
per 100 bags and hear some fun
graduated from Beth- Evening service will be held
Classified Ad In tile TELEGR.4VI1 bigamist.
won't make a
feet of bed
bring rI'Nu1ts. une-Cookman College in 1965 at 3 p. m. The speaker will Also license to garden area. In stories. are tremendously happy and grateful for the response of
cases v>u mav need to
with a degree In Sociology be Mr,, Jenkins from Lake
I lequire a blood test but a second fertilizer ap '.vyy.yyvvyyny.yvyV I our people at the Free Fish Fry and Democratic Rally last
you get gardening in prior to flowering.
blood you will never Activities Monday night. Thanks to all who made it possible.
divorced from the hobby. Kingslev Lake
This Is a busy month for
Regardless of your :: Your Bradford County Democratic Campaign Committee is
situation. If you're going :\11'11. XX M. Norton
Now Is the time to make
have a topnotch flower : cuttings/ of such Phone 233-2081 calling a meeting of all Bradford County Democrats MONDAY,
den this fall and
shrubs abella. ..... .......
as TVT T y. ... October 21
now's the time to plan quince, poinsettia (next Monday) in the County Court )House at 7:30
planting layout, Church Schedules
For best posing of tm-k's cam crepe- Lake : Kingsley I*. M.\ Please be there as there remains work to be done to
privets, pomegranate Baptist! : Sunday School
locate the annual flowers 9:45: am. Morning worship, 11
yellow-eider. assure one of the best Victories in Bradford County History.
they bloom in front of am. Training Union 6:15: p.
back drop "f. green A few of the many other ,
m. Evening: Worship, 7:30: p.
This technique will\ make include planting m. Rev. Jim Rigdon pastor
cr :' ; colors show up vividly. rye Kentucky blue or "Come, let us worship toge- Bradford County Democratic Campaign Committee

Also in selecting the top grass in lawns for ther."
eener winter color: plant- Eeulah Baptist Church:
remember that for best
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
cool weather vegetables:
most annuals must have Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
digging end storing ca-
full five-hour sunbath Worship 11 am Training
bulbs. Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor-
day.Next comes the Sprayingraleu with iron ship 7:30: ( p.m. Midweek Prayer

problem of what to If needed checking Service, Wednesday 7:30: ( p.
for scale infestation m. Rev. R. L. Taggart, pastor.
,' Choosing plants by heights trimming'springflowering Everyone welcome. 1IJ
one problem-solving
[ proach. Some taller matching: fig trees The Kingsley Lake Baptist
:! preparing all your Revival 'will start Sunday, Oct
annuals for the back v
s .for the cool months 23. Everyone is invited to
I of the garden are
are other chores that come and worship with us.!
rum cleome and hollylock.
i I keep you busy.Library PERSONALS
K+ t M Rr In the center: rows and Sandra and Susan, Ebling Tills J is Csmant
ward the front consider I
; attended a 'birthday party Sun-
medium h \l' faOYd tunias calendulas Heights, honoring Amy Kay ,
tum. dillciH. RvpKophllla. Barton.

uSi nails and carnations are : For" Parents, Those visiting the Norton
I amples. For low edging", I Teachers And Librarians during the weekend to attend

,' might use ai'yssum.?' Mrs, Eualie: Steinmetz the Kingsley' Lake Homecoming
phlox or some: of the I well known children's 11- "were" Mrs. Trudy Norton,
I nasturtiums. will speak on books!;Mr.: and Mrs Mack Murry
=- With up to 100 annuals storytelling! for and chlldt'en.fl'. IIn children I
'hiti f tft I choose from it shouldn't Saturday. Oct 22: Richard Macheda, all of Jack-',

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/:Ai'Cam.. ILLEGALI I I,,

For Any Person .or Persons to Engage in xri

( Adv. Paid for by Bradford County Committeefor x ,..mss nalna111

Claude Kirk "'. T. Jackson, Treas. Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless ; f

f The Name Is Registered

Read This Florida Law -.

'All standarcf- t Guclcet seRich s.. af et n

"It shall. be unlawful for any penon or Persons, aa defined k.r.... 14 vinyl upholstery. A 140-hp Six,or a
big-car V8 ((210 hpl), depending on model.
engage In business! aa herein defined under fictitious herein defined
a name aa
like dual'
New safety features maste .:. ;yjjndej
without and unless' said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the brake_system! with warning. .) light'_'
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place ef fcuainMala. '

wit registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaJd an alfldaTlt -

I i !signed by all Interested persona stating under oath the name of Whatever r else you want ask fOri)

Ul thwe Interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest ,

of each and the fictitious name under which said business Is carrieden. I
'Camaro Rally Sport-:Pull the ,;Camaro SS'350esidectafniroV! i
1 : registration may not be made until the person or persona deslrlnf 'switch "on" and headlights appeal) biggest V8 ((295 hp.SS!) 36O.

,..era. i to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or' ''at each end of the full-width /comes with a scoop-styled he

their Intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four grille. You also get special exterlofl) bold stnping around grille. blg _

Banking by mail ? (4)) consecutive weeks In some newspaper. defined by law In the county trim and AS emblems. Then ordet/ .tat red stripe tires. Add ,Rally SIthe
Custom Interior something equipment.. to a mil,
Now that is convenience I where laid registration Is to be made and aM regtetration afaaO not be Ise againj lidea oLa car v'

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving: proof afueh +

Think of the time, effort, and traveling you publication.

could save-in bad weather or good-all year

around, if you took advantage of our popular i If CommanfPerformancBGamarn oJl
business under
are engaged
you name
: bank'wg-by-mail service! Quick, safe, a great any

convenience from your home or office: l

through your nearest mailbox. : other than your own, and have not had this name

Ask or write for our free I

;. .banking-by-mail forms NOW!. properly advertised and registered, we will be I I

FLORIDA'BANK. glad to give you all necessary Information as to 'the Chevrolet yuifte been waiting_tojf1verylhtna :

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