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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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A hearing will be held at 2 p.m. Monday before Cir- sent American Legion Post 56 for the retirement: of certl- the pI ()posed new courthouse. the courthouse In a more

cuit Judga John A. II. Murphree, in Lake Butler, on a In the sale of appioxlmntely flcntes/ of .nc'ebtedness,;: arguing After! three members of central location The Com-

I I suit for an injunction, filed here Wednesday, seeking to 12 acres of Its property to that I 1' was contrary to the Commission Chairman mission majority maintained, -Commission

I void the Bradford County Commission's purchase of the County as site for the teams and provisions. of the Jerome, Johns. George W. however that sufficient

American Legion property as a site for the proposed proposed; courthouse Florida Constitution Roberts, and Dave Shuford- pace could not be purchasedin
A deed from Post 56 to the They also alleged that the voted: In favor of the Amer- the center of town within Chairman J'.'rome Johns Ntmllefl) suit to enjoin
new_! courthouse.____ ____ ____ _____ ___ __
n County was placed on record action is invalid by reason ican Legion! site, a citizens the board's means of board, which wan. nerved on l him Wednesday afternoon.
The suit attacking the of events Wednesday the !in the Clerk of the Court's that no notl;., was given, for group met and agreed to stop financing.

validity of special legisla- County Commission! met at office at 12:45: p. m. Wednes- the time prescribed by law their action by legal means Commission minority members --

tive act under which Brad- 2 p. m. to transfer $50.000 day by County Attorney of the board's Intent to con- If possible. Wednesday's request Jessie R. Chastaln and

ford County Issued certificates from the interest account of Gene Shaw.In sider questions relative to the for an Injunction wasa Zedra Hamilton Joined by 17 To 20Legion

of Indebtedness: for Its construction fund to the their plea to Judge construction of a new court- culmination of efforts by member-elect James I IBuckl I

i courthouse construction pur- construction fund checking Murphree Wednesday morn- house. this !group after other means Normanhave pledged that

poses, was filed by Gainesville account. Ing for an Injunction "with- Unless an Injunction la failed to make the three- they will rescind any site

I attorney William C. An- Two checks totaling $49- out notice" the petitioners!: granted: by the court, Wed- man majority change its de- selection decision by the present OK's Sale

drews on behalf of Nolan L. 495 were drawn on the attacked the validity of the nesday's action by the board cision ; board after the new

Woodburn and James T. checking account and givento special) act pledging:! Brad- apparently ends a year-long Virtually all of the busi- Commission convenes In Jan-

Moore Starke businessmen. the law firm of Thomas ford County race track funds controversy over location of ness people favored keeping uary, and submit the matterto

In a fast-moving sequence & Pierce, letalned to repre- a referendum.Food After Debate

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American Legion POllf" Sri< motion to offer to sell the

BRADFORD TELEGRAPH voted Tuesday night to accept county five acres of the
COUNTY the County', offer of plO;> 11 adjacent I to and ly-

$49 49.! ) lor approximate. inY.;.; ,t '>f U.: o $Ml,)I t''

12.25 acres of Its property on $49.495: bu' the motion lost

N. Temple Avenue, providingthe 16 to 20.Two .

County agrees to leave a

I'' Official County Publication Established In 1879 one-acre plot In the north- Inmates
west corner of the property

VOLUME EIGHTY-EIGHT STARKE, FLORIDA THt'RSDAY OCT. 37. 1968 NUMBER: EIGHTEEN for Legion use.!; Get Sentences

The action was taken on
recommendation of the
ProlongedAn

Five Will Get Voters Have 'Choice' Bids Post's Mon's accept offer executive the County to purchase committee Commls-the to inmate at the Florida

State. Pl'lav..f'I'Auk Charles:!
property as a site for the

Final Quiz 'a1 lX 't f ftcwlry Two Candidates For Lower House Lower Costs house.In proposed. new county court Wednesday Dumatte::; to pleaded a charge guilty of

assault with intent to mur-


For CD Post Present Study In ContrastA f. For Lunch RoomBradford Commission boundary squaring lines nipped, however up off about,their the der.George sentence; He L was by Patten.givtn Circuit: Demotte a 20 Judge. year Upietently

.29 of the one acre plot the
serving a. life sentence -
Five applicants for the study In contrasts will be After graduating from the County's school Legion wants to hold for its for murder.

post of Bradford County director presented to voters at the University ". 1th a degree In M system may save in excess of future use. The agreement to According lo Bob Williams

of Civil Defense will polls on November 8 In the agricultural economics, Shaw $7,000 annually on lunch- sell was contingent upon the prison security officer, De-

be given a final screening at selection of a State Repre- was employed for four years :room food costs on the basisof Commission shifting its motte stabbed another Inmate -

an executive" session of the sentative from Bradford.. with Ralston-Purina Co. be- competitive bids. opened northwest boundary line to Ralph Grady Roberts,

Bradford County Commis- Clay and Union counties fore returning: to the University .at a special School Board leave the Legion a full acre. in the right temple with a.

sion here tonight [Thursday Voters can hardly claim to study law. He received meeting Thursday night, Vote on the: motion to accept three-cornered: ; six inch ma-

l.] e Y that they don't have "a his law degree in 1963 and Oct 20.School, *the executive committl'e's -' chine file.Roberts.
A final appointment will rGene Starke in Superintendent Tom tecommeTidatlon to" sell'
in
choice. In every category entered practice sustained., perman-
likely be made after this age, occupation political affiliation partnership with T A Yawn. Casey told the board that the was 20 for and 17 against. It ent brain damage from, the

session, Commission Chairman and background He has served as county attorney lowest bids received were came after almost two hours'! attack, which occurred In the

Jerome Johns said. Uhnrvv the two candidates dsne for Bradford County Chaunrey Moore about 14 per cent below those of debate on the mortis of East Unit of the prison last

ry The five remaining applicants -- Shaw Democrat( ) ,and Chau- since 1964, and opened his. the!! county paid for food the proposal and several mo- August. lie li under care at

to be interviewed to- nrey Moore '! Republican] own a law office here In Octo- Items In September.He tions which would have delayed the University ,Hospital In
nly'it are: L. H. Harper. De said the lunchrooms of amended the original
present a marked' contrast. ber 1965. Gainesville.In .
lano Thimac. l'Tank' -L. Williams Eight CasesOf Shaw Is a youthful attorney Shaw says he will make Negro Youth'sDeath had been buying food in the motion to accept' the offer other action Judge

Mrs Clare Knight and with law offices in every effort to determine the belief that they were being Patten added 18 months to

O. S. Ne-vromb. Starke. Moore, who resideson opinions of !i majority of the charged approximately the Legionnaire T. A. Yawn the sentence of John Paul

The C"mnil( slon announ- Speeding' Orarigedale, Route, Oreen voters In the district upon Termed same prices as AJachua Coun- moved to table the motionat Donaldson who pleaded

ced last week the Job would Cove Springs! is a retired each Issue and vote accord ty received on bids. A recent the outset, but his motion guilty to the charge of

pay a starring! Irector:! $4.- Navy admiral with the look ingly.: If elected to the legislature survey disclosed however, lost 25 to 8. escape.

"00 per year. DismissedEight of a bearded patriarch. The AccidentalJimmy prices paid by Bradford n. C. Dn.-nplcr: a minority Donaldson, serving time ona

beard Incidentally stems Moore, a native of Indiana lunchrooms! were considerablY member of the< Executive felony conviction< escaped

QB Club Drive from his annual stint of and a graduate: of the U 8. Hall 15-year-old higher than those in Committee, said the propertywas from a work! squad on Sep-

For MembersIs cases of speeding) arrests playing Sar.ta Claus for Nflvil Academy retired In Negro youth! of Louise, was Alsohua.C worth more than hud tember 16, of tills year. He
by the Florida Highway Morocco Temple: Shriners in 1953 with the rank of a rear PV said a total. of seven been offered, and there was was apprehended within
fatally shotappar'nlly by
Going Good Patrol, tiKin.: Information relayed Jacksonville! admiral+ H! also holds a accident-at a Lincoln City bids were received, .and that no need to rush Into a sale. three hours of his escape. Hu

by airplane. were dis "I got tired of seeing; Snn- Master of Science! Decree; In Jook Joint last Friday night prices' quoted were approximately He said: the amount offered three hours ot needom cms i

Ralph Bryan Bradford missed Tuesday bv County tas with false beards so I engineering, from Pennsylvania The Brad lord County sher- the same as those be- would not be enough. "to him approximately. sir:

Quarterback Club membership Judge Theron A, Yawn. decided to crow my own' he State University. iff's office !said that 1111.11'a3 In* pail In Alachua County, build the kind of building we months per your ,
chairman, announces Judge Yawn announcedthat explains. Moore advocates homestead He eil'mated' the savings at want.
in of
that membership cards are the action was taken Shaw defeated Representative exemption to be applied a group who seven Negro from about $600 a month. Yawn suggested letting the ItE'IV.SEIt'ICF.S[
boys come over
still on sale. He also: said, because!" of tr: opinion issued Louis Huntley of after the first $5,000) ol Alnchua County last Friday The board turned the bids matter !go lo a Jury In con- AT LAU'TKY BAPTIST

"We are very pleased with by State Attorney General Orange Park, and candidate taxable property:> evaluation: night and were: at SamMe<:- over to school administratorsfor dtmouMorr l pr; the membership drive this Earl Falrcloth which outlawed James Wilkinson of Clay Hill n ftate constitution pa turned Cutchen's place In Lincoln tabulation and study, and predicted the Post would get: Revival services! will start

year. At this time we have the use of airplanes In for the snot' as Democratic( after th' U. S. Con tltu- authorized that contracts be more for the property in that at the First Baptist ChurchIn

sold 65: of the: $10 memberships speeding arrests. nominee In the spring pri t'on: lower cr.xts for qualifying Cltv.One of the hoys, a juvenile awarded to the lowest bid way. "The court would allow Lawtey on Monday. Oct.

." Earlier during' the plja! day maries. A fourth genentlon: for office: a limitationon ders.Mrs. the County to condemn 21, and continue. through
from Oilnesvllle, sittingIn
was
In purchasing 1066-67 session, the judge Imposed a Floridian, he was born In the length of time In office their: outside the Sarah Hunter, manager only the part that Is actually November 5. Services each

Quarterback membershipsthis three-day Jill sentence for Union County, move:!! to for elected officials: anda car! of the Starke Elemen- needed, and the Post wouldbe evening at 7:30.: Rev. EdwardC.
place, listening to record
year the holder will receive Ralph Steven Varnum of Bradford at an early ase. cheek on silarlea of government a tary School cafeteria reported able to keep at least half Harvey will be the speaker. -
player and handling a .22 revolver -
An- and graduated from Bradford officials, with. votersto that food costs for the .
two tickets to the Hampton, who pleaded guiltyto he found in the glove of the property while getting
nual two miles High' School and the ratify all such< salaries.' various schools In the coun-
Football Banquet 83
: speeding at per maximum value for the por- EnVC.TIOCLSSES
compartment of the car, ADULT:
tickets to the Annual Spring hour on SR-100' on the nightof University of Florida. (Continued On Page: Two! which was ownei by North- ty range plate,from and 27 to that 36 cents total tion condemned." Yawn said. AT SOUTHSIDE
Sports Banquet: a red Tor- October 7. J per
Al! majority
em Godbold Jr. of Gaines labor Crohby.; a
nado tIe; and a lapel pin for A 10 day rmpended sentence costs including vary member of the Executive Adult Education Classesare

the ladles was given to Pansy! Pecan Sales Start Nov. 3 ville.Hall came out of the Jook from Bund 41 Booster to 54 .cents.Protest Commute. said that the held each Tuesday and
At the last membership Crosby Richardson, who was iilihts at South-
Thursday
County's offer good
and got Into the back seat of A Delegation; of RJE High was a
meeting Drew Reddish. president convicted of driving while side Elementary School from
The first pecan' auction of way at the same' time :Mr the car...and. vl-jile-he was do- School Band Boosters asked business proposition; and
stated t that a reorderon her license vas under sus- 7 to 9 p. m. Classes! included!
the 1960 reason wll be held 1 Allen said. He asked that Inc so the pistol held by the board for the services ofa the committee's recommendation -
the ties Knd! come in and pension.In to 8th ui-ade. No fees are
Thursday Nov. 3, starting nt growers bring their pecans to the juvenile discharged' the full-time band director, as to sell was made on up
those who rmve not receivedties other actions during charged and books are provIded -
1 p.m. Robert I K; Allen, manthe market curly'! ThurN.layger bullet rnterlrcr Hall's throat, the group has had In the that t basis.'
could pick: them up from the court session, Judge of Yawn made a substitute .
the Starke State Far- morning for weighing before ranging downward.: The
Ralph Bryan, Jim Temple or Yawn: mers Market, announced yesthe sale begins youth was pronounced deadon past.Clarence Williams spokesman -
himself. to Circuit
--Bound over terday. The pecan crop will he arrival at Bradford County fr the protir said that
Reddish! also! Informed the Court Charlie\ ; Jones Jr. on It is that the ,. ,
exported shelllighter: than brat YIII! r' Mr. Hospital .t".4P1'i ( TT'l'-HnMon In the
,group about the overwhelming charges of aggravated as- lag will under The ? -
operation get Allen said. sheriff.office said band had dropped this yurbecau..e -
success of the new concession Mult with/ a knife on October the
"
shooting appeared to be only part-time Instruction *
stand operated by 1 osik
accidental and no Inquest
I Is offered. He said
the club at the home football Accepted t Innocent pleas I
f was held. The Juvenile \was onlv 30 students are enrolled H,
games. He also thanked all end' set trail rarly In November -
charged!
with
: manslaughter in the band as compared to
who have worked In the the following cases: -*- .
and relented In the -
custody 60 last year.
stand Abram J. Broom reckless *2\ 3
of his parents, who re- Under the set-up this year */ *
driving: Carthel James -.- _.e\( in Gainesville.: one band director Elden iiiv
Rushing! driving: while license -
Public MeetingCommunity Mathew, devotes half of his v'
revoked: Joseph Brant
lime to BU'';. one-third to
Research Lures !ppeeding; David Tornado WhirlScheduled
RJE. and one-sixth' to
And Planning Briorht. jpeecitnn.Sft :. .
the Southslde Elementary
November 10 as the
Woman's Club 11. For School.
preliminary hearing: for Wil-
8:00: P.M.If I. "We are In a period of dtdfc
lie Lee Pierce charged with w:
[ you are interested in aggravated pvault on Octo- Night EventTornado transition, and are trying to"
the future of our town ber Ifl : work out our problems,
Whirl will be a Caiev told he group. "For
and county please ate .
Imposed the foJlo..1ngflnps. -
night event this year and one thing, we are trying to
tend. Chester Wynn,
John
has been scheduled for 7 get RJE state accredited!, this

Southside School A.reckless Warren riving, :no driver's$35: license James p. m Thursday. Nov, 3, at year, and while you do not All Steer And 6 Feet TallWe
BUS stadium.Skits have a full-time band direc-
PTA Carnival S3.V!\: Timothy Harold Crawford i&p band mu..Iand tor this. year, you do have wiruldn't nicer you wrnngi! This grant Brown Swiss| NHlx
driver's license $I5:
'Ion day, Oct. 31 no \ the selection of a Homecoming one more English\ teacher." feet tall oil' tin top line, about 10 feet from stem to steer
Oeorgc Pit Kemp, speeding
From 5 P.M. Queen are among He asked that the delega- and weighs In tut S/7! < IH"m"t four yearn old, with two
$25 Wayne Roger Gibson,
:
Pratt St. PlaygroundThis speeding, $25. and for havingno the scheduled' event. Senior tion go along with the present more yeurt to grow the nky'n. the limit.

driver's license. $25: Warren girls vying far Queen arrangement this year, Owner of the animal IK \.'. E. MrCull, Jr. oflool'fI: Haven' (atrl&ht
honors are Elaine White- and that In the meantime,
Space Contributed James Starling: speeding, ) who stopped. here Sunday to \lslt hfo brother-in-law and
head, Beverly Lee Crawford. an effort would be made to
$25. ..sister Mr. and 'Mrs. Jlmmle Kicks enroute horns from exlUhlt-J
I to Publicize Ak-
Weekly Linda Lee, and Alma work out the band problem
Community Event by Donald Earl Wllkerson, Touchdown Pass ridce.lr.. Workers' !SuspendedThe In "Sugar nttf> at a fair hi Cohimblit, S. C.

r'In""T'' ;/.. in: t5: Louis Homecoming tame bowl also: consideredthe Mr. McCal! sbows! the an'mal! jit over the country, lu1UV"!
.
r'UMn'!e -I'!'' hrrn' I19
The Community! .p : 2rsynoaa aada a 9-yasd pose from V.ayus Tid/sort ...... ToxxM'tl-lv: p.i.<> E-n:! .:t Jackson' OowH.ir! .
Stat RAnk 'Jrttl yield\! rliht! of 'way fail-! across the goal !lin for his second touchdown In PaUtlta game. plan. rd r,1'.1: > iiUiii.NOT. : !. .v."*.. ..r.... AtMe.l W'M>"-r Perched for a ride on Sugar Babe's back !are three Ricks

Ree left. 4. [Continued 01 Page Two! 'GWJroa13117: Cry sal Fana.
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I Local admittances to Bradford Mrs Vernon GU!>SOIl and Shaw I
) : :
County Hospital this daughter, ,, Mis Robert Shannon Food Bids'Lower ,
week include: )\[1'11nrle: and son and Mrs. Son- j Candidates
Chapman: .''f Lake Geneva: ny Truly and children were : : '
:Mrs. Gloria Trlest. Mrs Alice! I I lii Lake. cny.6un.-iay.: ; :i .afternoon ;' Costs I Contlnuel From I .
Metz\ and Charles McGlavej tflstting'' the .Dean, Black- i
of Keystone Heights: Alvie well,family; end helped celebrate Both candidates!
GLADYS MOOTY W Wilson of Glen St. Mary: '! tai> bie'j third blrt c1ay. I Continued From Page One J Ji 1'' Ing the busn"s" in
Phone 964.O6ii1< Mrs. Purvis Drown of Law- Mrs. Effle Johns had as i county district in
..- tey. Miss Roberta Ann Steu- Tuesday guest :Mrs. Gertrude school Lottie Edwards and I'I'I
erleln of Putnam. Hall: DavidB. Lindsey of High Springs.! I Charity Williams who had,
Mrs. Francis Menu. Mrs.! Mrs John W. Griffin of Rape of Melrose: and Mrs. |I Robert Shannon Jr. of been:! suspended following a. --- -

Joe Qlssy and Father Edgar I Ochlochiice. Oa.. will spend Elizabeth Na -\\I.thy. Mrs.j I|I Mount Dora spent the;? weekend I dispute at tile school.
LaRose attended the St.'' the weekend with her mother Charlene Cason, Alanson with his parents and attended I I After hf'arlnBrookel'/
Deanery Dioscean Mrs F. F. Stump. Cecil Ellis.! Mrs. Louise OrifIls. the football name in principal V. R. Ferguson ex-:
Council Augustine of Catholic Women's Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs Mrs. MerlSe Crews. Peter]I i Palatka: with :Mr., and Mrs.. plain the situation! the board

fall. meeting last Thursday at and son of Homasas&a Novak and Mrs. :Margie I'I Vernon O-IUson, Terry Minx decided to accept] and pass
Strlckland's Town House In Springs were visiting their Bryant, nil of Starke. and:! :Mrs. Robert Shannon. along to state officials a request -
Jacksonville parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. CLFARANCK: Thin. Thursday Walter Harvey of Atlanta by Mrs.: Edwards that
\HAD ENOl'GH INFLATION :. Hobbs. and Mr.\ and Mrs. Albert Frld.iy! Saturday.: No Oa. was Monday overnight she be refunded her retirements ,
: ? VOTE REPCBU- Williams over the week- charges' please-at 1'll.a'4! guest: : of Mr. and Mrs.! J. W. and to accept that
James, P" Holllnwwortnn. Rltch while enoute to South action as resignation on
AN. (IPd. Pol. AdviMrs ]
Mary Lane of Jacksonville end.Steve and :Marie Crawford : !son of :M". and :\Lrs. J. F. Florida on business.! her part. :
and Mrs Lillian spent the weekend with their Holllngsworth of Starke, has Hush Brjwnlee! of New In the case of the others ,
of Lake City were uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs been elected vice president of Orleans La. !I" visiting I woiker. the board on recommendation ;
weekend Phillips guests of Mrs Ber- Bobby Crawford In Provi the Sophomore class at Alabama mother. Mrs. II. L. Brownlee bv Ferguson decided Boxed !
dence. Christian College In and Mr. and: Mrs. J. R. to dlsvharye! her and :
tha' Pearce. I Combs of Jacksonville -, Montgomery Ala. Chasteen Jr. this week. set November 9 as the date Served with ) !
and Cindy
Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. !
:Sir, and >Airs.\< Harry Lopet of a herring on the matter.If Fries, Cole
Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake City will be ;a weekend guest Mrs. Edith Chrljtlanson\ J
visited Miss Jane Ward at 1 of her cousin\ Brenda Wllllnms. Mrs Pearl Calson. :Mrs Edna of Grove Town. Ii. were visiting requested Hulls
Wesleyan College Macon Hart and :MlM Ann Manning her nRrpl1ts.o.TI': and In other fiction the board: $
Qa. over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Theron A. it,tended t the funeral of a :Mrs. J. R. Bullington, over Awarded! a contract to l. :

HAD ENOl'GII HIT Yawn of Sta-rtshurg/ N. Y cousin. I.. J Manning(, in the -weekend. American Seating! Co for 273 "
VOTE REPUBLICAN. (CPd.Pol. and daughter Mrs. R.V.. i :Macclenny :Monday. :Miss Loufsf! Stern wa.I folding chnii-s at $a 69! each Box !) ;
Ad"< .] Rcerter and daughter Tracy I :Mr and :Mrs.\ Paul Faulkner honored at a birthday dinner ani:! 75 detachable arm ieste; I :
of New York:> City will arrive were in Fort Myers over party Wednesday evening of for chairs at S4 43 ench The Served with J ,1
Saturday for a week's! visit the weekend visiting! :Mr. and last week at the Holiday Inn chairs: Are for Bradford High Fries, 'ole :
SEC with Judge and Mrs T. A.I Mrs Thur'i! Simpson They !given by the Methodist and RJE. Rolls /\

Yawn Jr. brought! buck Mrs. Faulkner's Women's Eunday School Authorized a change! in $ /
"HINEIGHBOR"I Mr. and Mrs Davit :Montgomery parents. Mr. and Mrs.' Emery class. :Miss Stern was presented school bus Flops on Orlfflf ,
Lewis who had! spent two with :a birthday cakean Church
( spent Thursday to : Loop at the Bethel
Tuesday! In the Smoky weeks with her sister.Irs.: :? personal gift from the road as requested by several I Tub "

:Mountainsvhere they were TilllCorbltt.. class.Mrs. parents.
toln"rt bv :Mr. an-1 :Mrs Oeorie Miss Diane Firth of St.Petersburg Laura Tlson Is staying -Accepted the resignationof 15-PCS CIIJ<: .
with with her son-in-law and : !
Lawson of Old Hickory Junior College Dorothy Hlbbard: as te Il'h- Pint Cole .
Tcnn. I was home for the weekend.Mr. d'fIu17hter.11': and Mrs at School, Roll- Feeds
JIM: WATSON: er Hampton on :!
Claude Johns, at Earleton
Keith GUllngham -
B. H. Pawls and Mrs. recommendation of principal
Rev. and :Mrs. Beach. Hungry People
And On Sun-I / and baby of Jack- Richard Jockel.
"if IllPh Springs were
sonville were visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Peter Alognaof $
day visitors of Sheriff and Tabled a request for pay- (
Los !
Angeles. Calif are
and :Mrs. Guy
October 31, 1966 :Mrs! P. D. KertlshIIAIJ I Sale parents.over Mr.the weekend.Mr. visiting! her! mother :Mrs ment of $530 to sun'eyor.1:\ ;
ENOl'OH POVERTY O. McMillan: : for a topographic ; : -
Gladys Weldon. for ten days
Hear Special Guest j and Mrs. James C. French l
PIE: AND 1IIOH TAXES:;; while enroulfl[ to ConnecticutMrs. survey made at the voc- I
I Hoppe of Tampa were visitIng -
VOTE RErt'BLICAN. [Pd. : Weldon' also ational technical trainingcenter !
: had
!Mrs. O. L. Beasley and as CALK YOUR I ;
GEORGE L Pol. .\dJ.MI' I' Mrs. J.V.. Kincaid on Sat- Sunday: visitors Mr and Mrs site and the new site WHEN ; !t ) : \ing
And Mrs Paul Ray- urday. | Steve Weldon of Mncclenny tor a Hampton school on the :
HUGGIHSBradford mond I spent the past week, :Mr.: and :Mrs., R. R. Hutch- :Mr. and Mrs Billy Weldon of visiting :Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Ings are spending weekends.\ Lake City, :Mr. and :Mrs., completed.
CountyAgricultural Alvarez and Mrs. :M. H. Langat i with their daughter.! :Mrs. R. Jimmy Weldon and Mrs -Voted to call for bids! on
Boynton Beach, and :Mr. A. Green, who) Is convalescing Linda A kner of Jacksonvilleand the razing of the old) Lawtey s I
Agent and Mrs. T. E. Strickland In from, a serious operation their) children. Junior High School building.and rorUer ) '
Belle Glad". in a hospital in Kustis.! CLEARANCE This Thursday of the grammar building
: 6:45: A.M. Mr. and Mrs Gene Shaw Mr. andIrs.: Sidney:! Frlilay Saturday. N o at Anderson Junior High U. S. : :'\ I
charges pleaie at Lella's.Mr .
attended Lcsislitive:: Week- Strickland :aid grandchildrenof -
On end in Tallahassee over the Lake City were Sunday and Mrs. T. H. Slade
i, weekend.Mr. visitors of Mr and Mrs. F. "pent" the first! of the weekIn
POWERFUL'CHANNEL and Mrs.! Harold Davis W. Strlcklr.id.. Fort Lauf'erdale.Mr. .
I are visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and !Mrs. :M. W. Furlong and! :'.fl'!.. W. B. Sewell]
George/ Scallou! in New Orleans and family of Tifton have returned! from spendingthe
12 La. this week. Ga. will rend: the weekend snmme-- at Little Switz- the

: Mrs E. C. :Morris and Miss. with her parents. Mr. and cr'-md. N C
WFGATVJACKSONVILLE Sue Morris of Lake City :Mrs V. V. lL. zen. Mr. and Mrs R. O. Dansby;
and Mrs. J.. G. Holton were vlslUn j Mr. and Mrs
1 the weekend with Mr. Mr.
II pent In Tifton. Oa. on Sunday Rov J. Andrews in Jacksonville
and Mrs. S, G. Denmark. were
: visltlnlf11': and Mrs on Sunday.!'
Roswell Whiddon and fam- :Mrs. Guy Uval was a pa
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I, lIY Mr.. an.1:! '!rs. Mike Flynn Hownltll last wek of ,
o and son of Daytona Beac-h Mrs. Emma Bndman Is !In
were vlsitlnT his parents! "Mncon, ftv for two weeks! I't: :
:Mr. and Mr: L C. Adamsover vlslfln-r Mr. and :Mrs. H. A.
Tresrott.Mr. .
the WI t'lend.
Mrs. Edn'Hut save :a and Mrs. Milton Hart- .
711.: \\ of Orlan-io
went
vlsltlnq1'1'
931 family dinner! party: Tuesday!<
night celenrating the joInt "' parents. Dr and :Mrs F
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Mrthdn of her !son-in-law J 15: Bolllneer.! Sundae on Mrs.\
Ronald Crawford of Onnw nollinrrer's r ftist birthday Zing times five!

Pnrk. nr> her slste". Mr Debbie Coromlse and collection of Riviera
Dim Be-islpv" of Oalnrsvtll': Tassmnte.' Rustle< Orrrn ofSt.
All six! sl.'fn of Mrs.'!' Hart Joseph'.4! Aradpmv in St The daring knits. The
nttcnf'rdCLEARANCE' Augustine, "ncnt the
Thk Thursday end with Mrs: Loyree: they're Orion acrylic.

I\Lj\ Friday, Sattircl.iy. No mNpLt.. Cir. Wl'ek-1
charge; ploaie-at Leila s. Odessa
:Mrs Chai'.le'! Dukes andd who Is on leave while en-
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iimliter o' Fnh burn. Oa: route to 1TI'RIslflld' Navel] ;(
Station Hospital Is visiting
\were\ lAst Wednesday! visitors
her' mother,
of Mrs O L. H.ivnes: Sr. Mrs.\ Mallory
Jerrv Ber'' of Great take Thomas. I IMr I
"Naval" : J !Station is spendinctwo : and Mr: One Wlorzlns( ,
we"ks with Mr and :MrsJ. and dnuRhter. Susan were in ,
C Fou'T And family.Mr !fTnrrlenn.v last Thursday'i
Bank The night to cttend the 82nd j ,
Easy : and :Mrs.! H. B. Hamilton :
attendci.l[ the opening! of birthday partv of :Mr Wlsrlilns' I \
Jacksonville Fal" aunt, :\..Il's.VlJllam!
the Greater!
Convenient Way last Wednesday.Mrs Knabb I I Look feel. j
W. A. Stern MNT.oul < A VOTE FOR ANY DEMOCKAT : as pretty as you'U !

!'e Stern an-1 Mrs X.M. IS A VOTE OF, Soft Orion acrylic cardigans j
CONFIDENCE
From you to one of our tellers. de- : Smith attended the ooen- FOR LBJ. 1
posits po the carefree way when ins concert of the Jackson- VOTE 1"01.rlv.l!REI'l'BI.ICAN. [PJ.| that have spring-back-to-life j
mail vlll Symphony at the Jack-\ |
"Bank" at your nearest Attending
you :onviUe! civic Auditorium the Florida resistance after cleaning
box. Just see us for hank-hy-mail Tuesday nl' ht. !Municipalities(\ mectlnc in'''

forms save time and steps.' :Mrs V J Speneler and Clearwater Sunday to Tuesday -I| Ribbed trim for shape-retention
: :\ were Merrill. Edwards: I ; '
Accounts Now Insured Up To $15,000By '
Federal Deposit Insurance withf1'. nnd Mrs. H. B.I Pierce McPne. and Carl Randal Hurst Chitty.CJporge1, 34-40 in Riviera Blue and
Tresfott in .Iacon.: Ga. .
Corporation.HOME Mrs! Evcl. n Haney and Green. (

OWNED; -HOME OPERATED :Mrs the Eldon Northeast Klmmons Florida attended TB- Eight Cases i


The Community State Bank meeting ana, Respiratory at boird the Club of disease director's Continental association -- Arc Dismissed I 10 ; I ;

at Orange Park on
OF STARKE Tuesday niht.CLEARANCE [IContlnuel From Page Onel |

MEMBER: F. D. I. C. d.ay- f"rldtVsaturrl.lY.- This! Thur. Notrharges ): Abram of license J. Broom restriction violation$25: i! { f

please-at I.oll.i's., IJ I I Color'-co-ordina'ed' skirt $1O-$12
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TIUUtMlAV OCT. 27. 111GB BRXDFORI COUNTY TEI.F.ORAPn.'iTnR"; FLORID PAGE THRFB
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I BPW Dinner Southsicle PTA Rotarians Told I evening I Rouncl-Up Set ,til, for Lilt) rnoininu'', 4'b r ,. <.

I 'I Assisting Mr,, and. ] Mi'.>. I ''inn<',r will./ h! ,. ,"'I ?, II on, 'inK
Honors Past Sets Gala Carnival Of Improved Yawn were !Ms; Robert Paterson For SundayAt 'mmU< ,, after., 'the morn mg &e'-'

Women Of Year Phone FacilitiesMembers PYF :sponsor: and :Mrs. : vice, a.s ti IllKlillKht of ttlwi
had i I
Scalrdy-ca s iiettei I Ray Salozar. Pine Level I ape| lUl OSl'tLMlOn.i' .
stay clear of the Pratt 11''et
National Business Woman .,f the Starke Ro-
Playground Monday :I.. ,'litI Siiinl.iv. Ort :?0. has beei LIBRARY NEWS
GLADYS MOOTY 's weekas observed! by I Halloween I Iohlle theare taiv: Club were given a Open House Given -nisn.itfi'+ : '| a,, Rnunr-up| Sun

Phone 964.0651 the, Starke UPW club with a out trick or treating R' the guided tour of the new By Lawtey PTAIn
-- & dinner ThuiiifSay! evening .at arm will oe swarmliv., with Jf Menotiist' FellowshipH made IndependentTelephone New SchoolThe --
I the being bv 3 "W!
witches llo<>lIns ghost cuts\ SPt",11| I HOIVlitM, Will Thursday afternoon from
H + ill with Mrs[ : Bea Kimmons Cop, of Florida placeniphnxiH ?
attenrii thiLi'iriirv Mini
High School PTA And what-evers 4 th' on the theme to 4.15: at '
4 th
> of e
the!.- Wednesday LII\\ tI'\ Junior Hlv
presiding following
Southslde PTA carniva: 'lay. The goal uncl "'. B S'oKKln.1:1: hitm' r." -
Plans Two Fund Guests of honor were the luncheon meeting PTA sponsored an open purpose" / o f ,, 6-f!
The costumed you uster.swill the services/ a',n b(, t(, cnK|, t ti-lk-r. All rhililicn IK-M''
.lA'an IOCMI women chosen as Ernest Pats! local manager: I house at the< new school ,
the Invited! tu hen( Halloween
be judged as passthe every mcnihoi/ of the church iiM ore
Raising EventsA Woman of the Year" In the Juclgis' stand ir the for Independent:! spoke at i Tuesday! n.'ilM: : Oct. 25. Approximately <'tlVe HITVKJIH, | (tlttml.ilKI r. 'Pules.THK .
MH.-.I: Mrs. Marguerite: Hall. the luncheon describing! the, 80 parents: and } "
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a pinidc fur the .
to playgrounIn:) : I < cluv,
turkey dinner open the first to be so honored: Improved se-vlre; that will: result friends! entmrd, \ ti>urti\K the
dd the public. In the high school Mrs: Ruby Johns Mrs. MH'ted which Florida Theatre will start at fnun 5\ the in ,. from equipment' now being handsome/ n '\\ fa"lllty. the,The Hiding, Club a'ill ,ri.lo, t ti' ': KlfillT POINT' for th*''
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xwvlrcv
cafeteria before the Home anet '
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Doyle: Mrs. Leila Mun- installed under the !supervision During tip business seal hispc' In and
coming Nov. 4. and a and prizes will be Khn for Ml Kin ais, fur the' ,, WilY Jon write. Come
game Kin.p|
dv Mrs Arlln McKnight, of Daryl Spear of l| sion. Mrs J C Tye past
the best I.'o tllmes. Spf'f'l.oI, ,. ., select, iiu' favorite. FHTKKHKOOK : -
refreshment stand at the Mrs; Bertie Olson, Miss Della lacent'I N'ovth Electric Co. i president Installed the following IIIIMlf will I I. p.M, ,nt,, > TELE *
The playground ad .""ntlLln pen. ;
polls on election day. Nov. 8. Miss WainwrightTo Rosenberg, and Mrs. Gladys Recreation ( Pnlz said when the installation officers for the new
to the renter are two of the moneymaking Scholl. Hi'\ binds of club the Is complete) the com- I year: Pl'e."ld"nt.Irll.: Estal CMooclv
WeinerMr Halloween
Wed Dr. will tike on
projects the BHS PTA memb"rs! were: also in attend- wth'! pinv will have: 1.530 lines Secretary: Mist .
has set up it was .announced I I I theme corn !stalks and 3,000 directory numbers, t Charles P. Supp; : Treasurer!
"M J, C Batten taok-o-lnnti- and
and s anceMi pumpkins. :
at their meeting Tuesday I I Leila :Mundy gave the ai compared with the present :Mrs Paul E: ConovpT TIK .
announce the eiixawem! of black and orange crpp paperdscoratlnu .
night. :I devotional' and the guestsneaker ; 1.400( line and 2.0DO numbers new Vice PI'eslf'nt.11':! : '' SPECIALSSullivan's
I Tickets at $1.25 for adults their daughter Linda Sue was :o.fl'sranmertle: streamers the He( !said the IVi9 prefix will b" Curtis Rnme-t, was not pre.n'nt ( 1
Wainwright, Lo Dr Gary Ste- arcs Seventeen boothwill
and 75c for children under I t Hall who spoke on women done AWRY '\1Ih. and! that nil t to be lI1.t tolledElementary (
phen Welrtcjof; Miami offer attractions fir<>i children -
dinner
12 for the Homecoming who In the business residence numbers will lime
which will be served Beach son of :Mr and Mrs pioneered and iownnps.( Including < I I I iIkt.
1 world. and to be chinked:!: with the new i PTA'sPlan
lnel' of Boston. tractor
from 5 to 7:30: p m. may be Irving W. Business Woman's: Week !games pony. I Installation! I
Mrs. P. D. Mass. rides. Hou < of Tlo-rors! ActivitiesI
from
Linda Simmons obtained
was observed nationally by Patz said that the new'
Cake
Godwin The brldrlect is a graduate Country Store Walk. i.
Fancher Jr., Mrs. J. B. -
BPW clubs 16-22 Flor- f'tlUlpmE'ntII! Include device
Ort a South liny 100 lit Thcres.sarunm
Teller on
Places High Mrs. Robert Autry or at of Bradford High ida state observation ended Gypsy Fortune and for t t'acliiRnuisance I executive bORn! of --
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the door. The PTA will try School. Dr. Weiner receivedhis I many others. Soiithslrle Elementary School, .
As Student Wife degree In dentistry at with the Mil-Year:! Board I Food concessions will offer pulls!! that have )been a source | ,' \ V.M: s.vii( muv L\'
to raise enough funds during PTA will m."t Tuesday NmI.
meeting. Oct 21-23. at the I of concern in recent months.
hot dom. 'I
the to water Western Reserve in CIE"veland. hamburgers! popcorn at 7:30 In the
Linda Cox Simmons year provide Ramada Inn In Cocoa Beach. : p. m. (caieterla. -
daughter of Mrs Lois M. Cox cooler in the A building of Ohio.A Those attending the high school. Decembor: 11 wedding IsplannE'd. applestoft ? and a Ib. 79c
of Starke was first runnerup club were Miss Della pastrv-candy store Local ,
in competition to select Mrs. Fancher presided; over Rosenberg. immediate past hAve Party EnjoyedThe The second pride pupils of
merchants contributed
the Ideal Student Wife at the short business meetingand state president: Mrs. Doro- r Starke Elementary school
,the University of Florida last Rev. W. A. Hogan and Housekeepers Plan thy :Milberger. District III prl7r for the eventsThe Presbyterian Youth will present a musical pro FRYERS lb-.29c'
PTI i 1- going All out '
weekend. The contest basedon Evangelist E. R. Anderson Gainesville MeetThe director and Mrs. Desta the Fellowship had a Halloween slain at the PTA/ JnI'P II w.. ,
to make this best Carnival -
qualities Including beauty presented the devotion C. M. Dyal. district! III corresponding pnity Saturday night at the Tuesday nluli Nov 1. III l
and homemaking skills is Clark, principal introducedthe Florida Crown chapterof secretary: ever and the entire community home of Judge and Mrs T. ,,7:30: I p In In the ciiOtoiluin PORK
is Invited to om"< nut HAMS !lb. 55c
llponJOredch year by the' teachers, and laid out the National: Executive and participate Proceeds I A Yawn Jr. i I The fifth end! .sULli cia''''1-'' I -
Dames. the plans for the "Back to The mot IWI's will be cli'ii.u1) ul 1 itfieslinunts .
University Housekeeper..; Association will Sub-Deb Members youth decorated tht- :
will be used on pl'ole"ts( t to)
School" \Jsltatlon! to the

Beta Sigma Phi I crowd classrooms of 9 tn*O the parents capacity and meet Ramada on No3 Inn at in 6:30: Gainesville p. mat -. Elect OfficersAt improve mote the the ch'ldivn'sulfure."honl' and mo-. [ motif lfal'aRtIn using! black the and Hallowl'elll qraniteciepe { PORK SIDES, ft. 49c

Recent Birth
for their annual Candlelight First MeetingThe paper j-treimi-rs. Indian ___ c
teachers attending.Following Ritual Of Jewels
Founders Day dinner coin pumpkins hay
the classroom Sub-Deb Club of ghosts juck-o-lanterns and Bradford! County Ikxsp.ul: SMO. BACON
!lb.
For New MembersMembers 59c
conferences, which lasted an I At the dinner the chanter Stark" had its first organized Birthday Party sq-msh The refreshment announces the followiit1 :

of Gamma Theta the hour cafeteria the group returned! to I will honor !all the past presi meeting! Oct 19 at the homeof For Cindy Lawson table was covered with a red births:
where coffee
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi and doughnuts were servedby I dents. The administrators! Logan T. Gay on Kingsley checked, cloin. and centeied Mr and Mrs L"on dilfti- PORK CHOPS lb. 9C :
Sorority held their Ritual of the host committee. managers{ and general managers Lake. Mr and :Mrs David Lawson with a unique arrangement StArke, a daughter' Susan ,

Jewels ceremony and dinner of the executive h ouse-! Officers chosen are: presi gave a birthday! party on of squash pumpkins, hay I Rebecca Oct 21Mr .

I at the Holiday Inn Monday Given kepers will b!' guests of hon- I dent. Sharv Dobbs: vlce- Sunday afternoon for theirdaup"hter. and Indian coin.: I I : and Mrs! ,, John Qulncv

evening. I Stork Shower or. Founders Day Is designedto president D-lla Wilson: secjetary. Cindy on her Prizey of the! best costumes i Godwin, M.ixvlllu, a duuuliter. BACKBONE Ib. 55c

The ritual table was cen- For Mrs. JohnsonAt pay tribute to all the Na- Jackie Smith: treasurer. fourth anniversary I went to Janine: day find DI- Brenda: Yvonne, Oct aj ,
tional and Chapter presidents Beverly McRae reporter ann, Read, who tied! for thstI Mr. .., -----
tered with an arrangementof : A rodeo theme was achieved : und Atl's.Vyflt'/ / I o ;
yellow roses. in a black Futch HomeMrs. Mrs. Flora Holder is Marilyn Bellinger: chaplain in the party decorations I Susan Sala.. nr. second, and. Alldredge. Stake 1son TSTOM( J :

flanked by burning colored in charge o' the program. Sue Drl1ll!las: parliamentarian Including:! pink and whit! Buddv Patpysrn. third Timothy Lee Oct 22TriTinriTi .
vase I
Johnny Johnson was ) Butchering For Freeze :
Deep
tapers. Sheila Hannon: crepe piper: streamers and TIle 20 young folk en lovednames. '
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honored at a stork shower on 1iT l'OI i NT Wiiir
!sergeant-! arms Barbara balloons In the! looms ,
The impressive candlelight last week Executive BoardThe party bobbin! ; for apples .
of way yourltp. Come In and
Tuesday evening
McRae: social chairman, The 18 little friends en.tuy'dgames \ and .. SAVE SAVE SAVE ON MEATS!
Mrs. icfrcshincnts :
ceremony was read by given by M',. Wayne Mun- Janelle Pollsl'd.The during the !" 't your fil\orltc KSTI'ltItKOOK :
refreshments and a
'
Meed Lewis, president.The I dorff, Mrs. Tommy O'Brien fountainn.| 'IKI.K: : ,
executhbOIlI'd of the executive board met none ride during the party ,
Mrs. -
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new members. and Mrs. Benton Futch at
Starke Woman's Club will Tuesday afternoon after hours. ,
Marlon Cottle Miss Judy the home of the latter.A meet Thursday, Nov. 3. at school at :Marilyn' : Bollnger's Assisting In senlnJ.and

Ellington. Mrs. W. H. Johns I pink anil. blue color 3:30: p. m. at the club house! to make plans! for the coming caring for the guests \ were
and Mrs. Harold Williamswere scheme was carried, out In .
presented with long :, the party decorations. The year.UDC Sally and Sonny Lawson!

stemmed yellow roses and refreshment table was cov- Altar SocietySt

Jeweled pins. The sorority also ered with a pink, linen cloth I NoticeThe home of Miv W. H Nollnmn
honored their sponsor and centered with a white Edward'; Altar Society I
with Mrs. S L Peek Sr and
\ Mrs. E. L. Mathews and director uncial flower arrangement! will meet Wednesday! Nov W T Weeks chapter

Mrs. Logan Baldwin, The 40 gnerts who attended 2. at 7-30 p m in th.- Parish UDC will meet WednesdayNov ; ,,I J Mrs Bertha Peirct- as co-

with pins of Beta Sigma Phi ; between the hours 7:30: Hall. 2. at ?'30 p. )n. at the hostesses

and long stemmed yellow and 10:00: p m. enjoyed refreshments I
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roses.A and games with l'ftt 1 ,,. ;
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turkey dinner honoringthe prizes. t .y
new members, sponsor The hostesses presentedI C'-'t:: w sA" + ( a kM, v ya ,

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Starke's! hitrh-flying Tornauoes, jfuidetl expertb I.>

\\'ILyneJcLeod.: dipped down on det'ensele.s.I'alatk.i,;

last Friday nijfht and utterly recked the Urave.s: at

:Maroon !stadium 40-6. It was Starke's finest hour and

the worst licking they've ever put on a Palatka team.I .

I TEAM: tFtORT
"To single: out a piaji/"
started au:'Inn the 2nd and say hi.s effoit was. the '

quarter when W McLeod got best would be a great disservice

his passing .same: going and to what I think was, Larry. Brown KIOTH fiuul, >lu to "tull i| 1' 1atka'.. first. .,rr..n..Idrht" i.nBruvr !SintHtster Huxlil Shannon brenks. |IM>M- for a 40-yunl. Itjimlv .lovnrr brought
sportster Divid: Shannon the greatest team effort Ive *' :35 >'ard! line. run iii tlie miilclle. ((73)) riiniiiiK In Hi right.-(Photon by t lRd lyiMxllmrn., .)
started rippliiK up the middle i) witnessed( si'ice coming to

while ramblin* Randy BHS" commented a Jubilant
tore repeatedly Joynel'l Davirl Hurse. "Even of the 6 extra! points an season as he took a 17 yardcr Starke
Coach Leading TORNADO
good yardog.-. When the dust after watchinti the' mo\le of Palatka. who now has a Tilt: BOMB; from Harry Hau-iiei Tornadoes Hope To Spoil Live Oak

had settled the half ended i the name I am, still of the 3-3 ICCOM, foi the veai Bin Red scored the next Johnny sna-cied' the pass on Florida Star
scored in the 4th quarter two times they got their the 4 line and with a :
with Bid Bed ir. command by ]I Ia some opinion." he said How- ( yard T
,,' lop-sided 6-0 score Such e\fr! the Starke mentor went after movliiK, the ball 65 haands on the ball. Tlie big ; tremendous second cffol.teluded Homecoming Event Friday Night 1 ,

a' ,sight 1 1eldom seen ]i on to say "McLeod's: I Wayne : yards In rine plays. They: one came on a 33 yard pass two ould-be Brave Conference A
LOCAL SIPPOHT I faking and ball handling were aided bv two penalties,i play fiom W McLeod to tacklers and dived for pay I I y" I L

No less than 1.000 local I was the best It's been all one for 5 yards and the other Larry Brown The play appeared dirt. I Stal ke's fabulous Torn steel-trap d'fcu.se 1 The Stuke Tomadoes'

Tprna-o fans tammed HUh'ay year." for 15 yarrH: plus a critical,' to oe en off tackle BLOCKINC TERRIFIC does ride to Live Oak this Another u...t (foi the feai, .'1! moved a noun closei to theii

,,! 100 in the hours before ;MrLt-On: OF EAT: pass interference call which burst by Joyner. At least "Blocking by the offensive week and hope to play the some forwa five I BiovvnGo.lwin. 1966 goal of defending tlwli

the (tame time hoping! to see McLeod ran the team expertly I l save them the ball on the four Palatka linemen in the Palalka game was the; spoiler's i-ole as they meet Mffxton., Tomlinsor'1 two champ.inshlps won In

Starke roll over the braves and iilmost flawlesly Tornado 8 ynrd line. After' thought they had the ball most outstanding I have seen theBulldogs It wl1be\ and Reese j will be tin! 1985 last 1 Fri.i., > as they lambasted I
for their 20ti! victory without as he threw three touchdown I three plays had netted only,, curler.: W. McLeod completely in several years" sa.ldl1ke:: Homecoming for Live Oak I bull-like rushes' of hishlj', the Paltk.Hlllh:

defeat and 6th straight this passes durlnv the 2nd period t yards they scored on a I faked the Braves out of Sexton offensive line coach. The game will be played on touted Theion Bass 1185 Ib. School Brnvis 40-6 to take

season. Ths win exonerated explosion The first TD toss 4th down pass: play for QB position and pitched a TD Tornado banks. will \arlfy the Friday contrary to reports Bulldog fullback. the lead In the Florida j Stai:; ,

a: distasteful 6-6 effort- two was to his other. Paul for Hood to end Carl Johnson. I bomb to Brown who was blocking effectiveness as they which state Thursday. Big Red's linebackers. UK Conference: with wins oven I

years ago( at Palatka and 1} yards. H > also had a 33 RAMBLING: RANDY standing all alone In the end were turned loose most! of The Suwarviee: County ele- troublesome four 1 JoynerChllson. St. Auftustl'ie BS well as Pa- ,, Slanrll Rurkx Rmv%
served no..Ice to all future yarder and! a 9 yarder to The Tornadoes scored on zone. Fans rarely have an the night with plenty of running \en has rolled over 5 of their Morgan and Belotel latka. and this Friday the1eharues On.. irf the most joltinjr
T"brnado! to Big their third series of plays opportunity to witness such room. will! have their hands full]
opiionents as senior end Lany Brown B opponents this year They l.. of Coach D.ivid blocks this writer ha even
Red's Intentions regarding! beginning with the ball on play execution work to per STEEL:: NET have been containing what Is probabb'
Rambling< Randy Joyner stopped by astrong I HUISwill tike. on the Li.e si--n took pure in the PalatkaRiimo
the 1968 Class "A" State I the Braves' 43 yard line I fection. Coach Tonv Griffith's defensive i the best backfleld combination .
added the other 2nd quarter Quincy team and are I : Oak Bulldogs In another lust. FYuiaj, Brave defensive
Champlonshln. ( Especially score with an 8 yard running Rambling Kandy scooted 15yards I, BELOTE RETL'RN I unit threw a steel net fresh from a victory overPel'ry they have fared this''I conference I'relnf' I tafptyman Bobby Dlnkowjva
Lake and Speedster Shan Billy Belot Bl( Red'spunt around the Bi ave's offense. 196.Haltback. '
CitylTOM effort which was saturated I yearThe r The Tornadoes of Slarke : running full pret1 towwnl
\11\\\'K with hip movement non picked up 7 more to put return specialist. Kath- They allowec.! beaiudKlnuly. Andy Chenny. a pissiiu of Bulldog QBI won the championship In"both the ball carrier and ExhtieStnnoll

The name had been forecast an-J fancy footwork the ball on Palatka's 22 yard errd in the ensuinff Brave only 12 yards rushing The 185 Ib. senior. Is the leading I Chip Harris to his favorite" the Flo'-idti" Star Conference was running full pco" as a stiff teat for spirited line I punt and raced 40 yards Braves plckrd up an additIonal i target! end Corky Bispham.
A .
Starke's other scores came !ground gainer for the Bull and the Class to Intercept him. )Kddie: won
rough and ready Torna", In the final 4 minutes of Three plavi later the Mclifod -. down the slr'ellne: behind a 88 yards through the dogs. Quarterback Chip Harris I will! keep ;Mai lie Sanderson: State football circles in 19tJ 5 the rnoe nml knocked Blake
does. In contrast to previous brothers teamed up to] wall of Tornado blockers led air Palatka did not pick up ] and Paul McLeod on their ,
defenddl about 5
pliy One on e 1 yard plunge has stall'l"d his team to and ha\e . Palatka :iratnes. particularly : bv Speedste: David Shannon post the Tornadoes' first bv Godwin. Morgan and a first down rushing' during a 5-1 season with his passing i toes defensively Mat-He and I l\I\ these titles( as they hrue

the 1964 Ram*. It was a rout and the other on a 17 yard scoie. Wayne had to scram Stanrtl.I the second half and J'unnlnability.\ His favorite Paul have bwn outstanding'I! romped rous'ifchop' over MX Continued On Next Pae I
After the f'rst quarter the I play from Harrv Hat ble with th ball when the I The Tornadoes: drove 59'' Big Red amassed 433 yards play U the quarterback at their \positions tills yeai'] opponents this season and'
outcome was jiever In doubt pass Braves came! pouring In upon : yards In 6 \plnvs for the final total offense agaimt! the along with Dnvld: Shannon'
WarienMa havp :2..1) consecutKeames
cher to Johnny I option. This should to now Mixed Scotch
The Braves forffot to bring I rile Sanderson booted 4 him. Ho: ran to his left I first half score. W. McLeod Braves. The ground !game prove : who sometime? plays |In one'I without a loss
their tomahawk. into what appeared, to be a 'found Larry Brown in the accounted tor 307 yards be Interestir.fc for Starke'sBaby : of these III"r,. ke's onfivt this
Stai oi>)>
I Brave ambu'h. spotted Paul end zone on a 9 yard pass while 126 came via the air Friday are rldln* a pretty Foursome Set
at the goal line: and cooly I for a TD with only seconds rou tes. These facts make the
That'8 Our Business Big Red stood rre t with 5 wln
GLASS tossed him a 6 pointer.Bf.O'KISG I remaining in the half. taste of victory even sweet I'. I Baby Jackets against one toss Including a For Oct. 30
SUPERB SHANNON: :\ SHINES Joyner and Shannon accounted
20-12 victory over St Augns- j
"If It's! Glass!'! We Have 11." Rimbllng Joyner racked David Shannon. senior for 224 yard on the Bows 6-0 Romp 20-0 tine In the or.lv conference The Starke Oolf A Country

CALL WRITE or VISIT up 6 points ac he climaxed running barn was back in ground.mis ,. >. Pame thev have pliiyed.' Club will h.tve Mixed: Scotch
\riwicM I .1' \ To Palatka
the Tornado lineup after beIng Over B
FOR ANY GLASS NEED a 57 yard <'1rtve on the next IS "II..t l II..MIIH 1 Team Their single loss was Frl.l Foursome H-Hole toiinuunent
sidelined because of a
Tornado seiles of play The II I Cilnlilnv 1 Qulnry bv a 19-15 score And l a covered. JiHh supper onPiimkiy
We Desim?, Modern Store Fronts offensive line put on a devastlng freak accident: durina./ 1 PiiKHlnK 4 The Baby Tornadoes weredefeated The St AUllusth1l' Babj' day the Bulldogs of Live Oak'' Oct. 30.
1 "IViuiltu-H :
Us A Pattern For exhibition: of blocking practice 8e slon. Shannon "'07 IIh'.1., .....' I _:' by the Palatka "B" Yellow Jacket, came to town'I defeated,;; Perry" 19-7 This1' n.iy, will Ix-Kl'i': at 1-30:\ pm.
Just Mail both in the line and darted fortot.al'\ of 121 Igll I'llHNiMK \lllll. .IK.* Hti team last week. 6-0. It was to a\'enRe Mirlr bill brotheis! was the only other leagueaction :mdill golfers' partirulnrly
Table TopsSHEA'S downfield on this march. ru.hlnRI'ds: In the fray 111 TMliI.iriliiK, I <- !"s the 4th loss: lii six -starts for loss 139-01 I and went home' with St AugustInp the Indies. are uigcMl: to signup
I 14 I'llHMt'H Httl'lltll. 211 'I
with 90 yads: I coming in the |
I Randy broke loose for 30 7 I'tlMNt H '"''''!|1'1'1'' ll '* Coach Mason.youiia charges : with a 20-0 i 'yards as Shannon and Reese second half In 14 carries he 'J "I'llHHt'W.. | |Itt.|1 ),( l h\. | belts open' dates. .*::1.1 .1111 I'll i7*''** \vill be awarded
\ GLASS CO. provided (Uie blocks at the had an avt'rusr. gain of 80 2 1>11011..*"* 4II The Bubv Tornadoes! dominated The B.i by Tornado rank-.i| Stirku (Jilt first downed! ivt tlio rml of play
I ,
Flash Shannon l''tmtM 1 hint :II i
line of scrlrrmaae to spring yards per try I I'll'I" .. the !liist half of pluy. have been thinned! out be-.", Palatkl1 l l8.. out-rusric, The rovuml fllsh supper will
I him open and Jim Godwin. 'IDP'd through the Brave !I I'.i.. .. .. !I!!' Halfback Buddy Trawtrk rause of them 294-17. barely' out-1 be mrvetl! at fl'30 pm and Inii
1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville Fla. I Phone FR2-4353 I Roger Chlls.jn and Lea ton, line and .shoe\ 1 to the outside 7":; YnrilH 'IK-II..ilhI'll ..... ..' and fullbifk Jcriv Olbbs Tluee Injir.les members: and promotion of th"B" ,, passed thorn 113 vards to 102 family ..CCII II' All nn-iiihorn.

I Morgan cleared the secondweyre -, for the KOO.-J contest' gains throughout "l-.ilntlMi I- .. to"n 2''; "0 II.. h picked up jrood YBl'h'te: ns tenm r.a\e\ been advanced I vaids. Palatka completed 91 are Invited to the supper,

the team moved the ball well to tlie laislty by Coach | of 27 passes ind Starke l'om-I, whether they play In the tour
IIVrf'HER TO WARREV I'. in the first quarterLed Huise They Robbie, I pleted 7 of 14 Pin'id\ ShmInon nun tent I or not.
Johnny Warren lunlor arc On Ortolier. 2f>. "Ix memberi
I by Bill\ Adam.s. sophomore with 100:) ) yards;! '
Smith.
halfback. got Into the scoring i A ClitHhlflml Ail In thn Chailef Smith and i of the Ijiilica, Ootf Aaxortatlonwent "
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rolumn forhe time this' GRAPH brings rr"ult...TEI..E-j quarterback! the Babv Donnle Elder Bill Adams Is''I i rushlntr attempts and Randy' ,
first ICOrt
Inverneni the
the works Bin. Red 13riMiltiK to for
rolled In
shooting up over 200yards still on the Injured list after.suffering Joyner with 100 yard* 1)-HoIa
round of 1 the
of1i 01"1111(
( : total cf.'eive in what nMempts.\ both
l : a Dulled knee muscle : .
: lid l, I
1.11,11n..IC- 1 011 rnmpimislof '
piovpd to bp their bpst offensive In last week's with i Starke. led :Mie uround' Ifa In-
!game rluhH. .fix.m Keystonelleljrhts.
U. S. GOOD effort of the venr Palatka ers and Stirke's linebacker( ,'
: Regale Norman end. (>i-il.i.: InvewH-Ks. Dun-
even thon th it came In a I has bo-en out of action slnrl'thf' Eddie Stnn'll.'as \the oiitstandmu nellon IIn.i 1 Starke.
losinit: effort defensive l : pliiver on]
Hawthorn" !dame fSertliMcFtiie: W..i. the lone
Adams left the same: tn ..the! field< I
The
Baby Tornndops woie' wtnn*'r nntong t the loml plaveia -
BEEF SALE! the third quarter' and second I able to muster two St'l Ions Standings o' ConferenceTeams' Others. from Stiu-ke, weroinnie
strln* quartet'bak( Mike Norman : :
,
threats One can lei t t'.iem: tntlie \\ <;ili I >nn, Nomi. .Jones., VlrKinin -
took ov.-r" the chores of' Team CD.if All O.irnes'
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Jieket :30! yard line and : Shannon Hemlre Kpim: ,
,railing. the slunnls WIT WI.TStaike
Miko was the other down to th* 1(1Bith ( un.1fnI'KILI.t.t l : > IVrrvni.inTlie .
CHUCK ROAST OR also inlured A the 3rd qual'tel' drives .''tailed howcvei!', I 200 BOO I next meeting will be In
closed! an'l I Remle! Flynn. l.C 10rt( 500
.59c and thev' nave up the ball\ to Dunne-lion on November 16.
STEAK LB. a deff'n.Ispf'clRlIst., ran the Jackets. ; LO
the team In the final ptinza.Jerrv Pilatka, 0 1 0 330
Buddy T.-anlck. and HuuliStephens I
ALL MEAT STEW Lb. 69c Glbbj. offensively can-led: most of the. St A. 030:; 050 Tornado I sco-iiM lead throufsh

-.. \ I and Charles Smith defensively offensive burden in the 101<- I CSames F.lciay.. | Oct 28Staike | the tiUi Ra.ne of tlie l sea.ion.

.. t'IMIMJp' -"Dnwt"" Ami ear OK lot to expfodhig wD i oroat amd ear- '"'" RIB STEAK Ib. 79c plnved outstanding In* effoit.' Mike Noiman. aoing at tlve Oak I only Both have M-oiod 36 points

Ml at to*, low priMC.: Stop by today and look over tbe tpoctacutar,, .... frames at thilr! respecthe positions all the vnv' : nt quniter- eonfeienre rnmf'1.] End Joey Reese is. right
RIB STEW LB. .39c I alon t with Robbie' back and -ffnslve halfbackplayed I Pnlatkn is Maltlind at behind with 34 points on 4
Smith, Donnle Elder and Diivtona Beacl'\ TDs aml.O extra points.
DRIVE YOURSELF AN (SQ DEAL HOW AT OVB @ LOT Buddy Trawick, Dennis Hall, an outstanding Mason's: lIaml'Coach I Rolles at St AucusflneRlckav's I Paul McLeod I Is In fourth
BRISKET STEW LB. $ J youthful
the Hampton speedster had chargers JTallahasseel at place with 30 points on 5
arc now 2-5 for the
3
Fresh GroundHAMBURGER I two lonar punt and kIckoff I Lake City TDs
season. They face a strona<
return efforts.Malloy I The' scorln : runs as follows
threat from Gainesville next
ONE OWNER USED CARS '
Tuesday The tram: will be,McLeod Brown
I W kLeof!. 36. L Brown
nlnvprt here nt 7 p m :
FRESH CEDAR KEV Team I Lead Tornadoes I I'j .
\ 36.: J Ri'ese' 34 P McLeod.(
MULLET, with Roe 8 LBS. $1.00FLA. THE': RIOItT POINT for the' In Scoring I 30 R Jovri"! 18.: D Shan

Gets Revenge way you write. Com In and'j non 18 M Hander on. 15! ,
'64 CHEVROLET '64 DODGE '65 RAMBLER GRADE; A. ..elect 'your favorite. ESTItll-! : Senioi, qiut\ lerback, Wayne B Delete 1 12. Hitrhei'. 12.

FRYERS Ib. 29c On Adkinson's BROOK fountain peaL TELKCiRAPn. ':-''j McL'Od and 'senior end Ljir- J Cliastrn. fi J. Warieii. B.n .
I.HFALA 4-Door Il.T. I'oluru 4-Dr. ".T. full power 300 4- Clean an new power glide, and ulr' foiul.! Uke branil aiitoiiiutli* traiiHi>irHHl"
po>umr' Hteerinir' poMer bruk- new 17.0OO I run miles, ;joucan't rjl. engine. two tone pnlnt.C'leun Coach Tommy :Malloy's:
PII. radio & heater.. A *erynlcii ga wrong at tbJprlco .. as new. Gmxi tlrp'' a PORK SALE 9th grade team broke a two

oaf going this Meek for. l.*ut. forONE-- game losing stieak and defeated !
.my Coach Warney Aclkln-

ONE OWNER OWNER son's group 14-0 Tuesday!

ONE OWNER ::1 5 AM:' ) DOWN) HillS FOR IIAHIJKCIIING night
Halfback Tommy Black-

$ $1695- $ $1495- FRESH HAMS shear scoiej on a SO yard
1795- 59 run and QB Larry Kelly ran
FRESH BACK BONES for the extra point. Later in NEW STORE HOURS BEGINNING NOV. 10TH I

SIDE RIB-IN LB. the came fullback Freddie
: "'65 COR V AIR '64 CHEVY '65 IMPALA Oraudon scored: on a 30 yard FORANDREWS

FRESH Oil SMOKED run and Kelly a sen in ran for
::or a Coupe 4-npe. d, 180 PMPA LA Wagon, air r.m.l.pnuer 4-I)001' ".T.. dark lilue fliiNh the extra point
111' nwllo and h-uter USVtlr Hteerlng anil brukrt, with air conil., powerBteerlnK. PORK SHOULDER Ib. 43c Kelly one of the team's

fc Clean. Sptn-lurl, Prle* riullo IInd| heut!>,r. Iner>' potter liruke*. ruillo smallest' members played offensive \ DRUG
KIMMkhuW\ | X"iii. |" fur only ami! heutirSV tlreH.VH WHITE BACON Ib 49c quavterback for both

""Khl:" Like nexv. Drive teams.

ONE OWNER ONE OWNER It home hrONE -- SMOKED BACON Ib. 59c In last Thursday's name

the' Adkmrancoached: team
OWNER WE GIVE GREEN BACKS won 9-0 Terry Minx. Larry KQCHS DRUGMITCHELL

$ Kelly and Jim Temple turned
? ? ? $1895
: $2195.00 (>reen Hacks are redeemable riitht here in our In good performance for

store No sending off or waiting Green Backs: their respective 9th uradeteam.

are redeemable for groceries. meat... Retables DRUG
; 1966 IMPALA 4-DOOR r Your chiu'ce of anythini; in our I'ture--Start saVe It via* a sv.eet victory for
Coach .
Malloy Blot: DaddyAdkinson
v-so power glide power steering, radio and healer. 1S,000 2 J J in i; them today! And remember rm been nUvuin I

!Miles. Still In Warranty. "You Get It Back With Green Backs" as the lntra-s!<}iuad games I

: One Owner-Special This: Week For Only hnve come part to of b.an the program Important II MON. THRU SAT. 8 A.M. TILL 7 P.M.I

since It hai been Impossible,
to schedule fth vrnde! ame I SUNDAY 10 A.M. TILL 12 NOON
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In all. mo'e than ((35 boys I

BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc JV rMt MeatMarke and
< has b*<"" thf most enhnl. -
.. U.S. 301 NORTH STAKKK. FLOIUIJ.1'110=" .: 64-.T.: )0)<> \ VII STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES i i ,.,' tiu. .,,.' ,-. P.H'tunorr ; Your Cooperation VV////// Be Appreciated.ar I :

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vas/ not to> hi oiiKlonc bs foitil lined 1 his dl.plaor' excoptnn ,!noted! :.10 points From 1iHflnnkerbTCk Friday For .ill |1I1""r"' I> rnitlllim ,ill., hr-l. I I I huik. t I I i il .', '\, . ) 1 ,..
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TALES iB i ow' team mpinhej Rojroi, Chll- to rutwi-cntoliln" ) I.blllt'HIH : J position he Is nl- I I I.. I I, r.. : l.. '' ,, I !
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who
last week Intaroopttd t wo''f\ ()) ; Matt .
I. nn-HifH joivthim' ) a tie ways a serlou thnmt to Bin Morgan 111,1.. ', ,' I I. / I "
! >' .TIM TK.i'Mi:' : J JIT x Bnrrnoudo "puns and stormed Vn that department! with Jolty team I bocaiii" ol his sl/e and 1 I" I", ..I, I I !. .. .
,he line I Mitt !M .Morgan, 76.I.' <"- ,, .' ,
TD
grail for a Aguln-U r epee! They both have 8 re- !t I) !
'II!III speed Pniil keeps on the .lrt nt Starke, '''t,c I I, ''I:1,'. ', : 'I'I / ,, Or Ours
I om Pi M .Jiii>. Pace I tkf\. enroti picked up : r iptlon- t tf i fheli (recllt Brows move when the culled! pln'oesn't \' I i'ng i: rr n '.. ,nv".I. "I I .',nn', I I I .i, !
I oose Brwvp fumble trod Sllll.t.I., limn tied) with Wayne Mc-: In n 11'1"11IIsplt.1' We "< .. ,' ''. ,
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nd l .lint on his hn..k Rnr-nniv'. cw >rt! to the !aunt) ling Ho hllo.1 pod for the tl'IIm' scoring i tfwroann'iu after\ a .'"i I'i.> "n"'t. 1. of.. .,", .. "I .. , ,,,: i ii !
{ ,if. I the line>ct hlnck 1 been ovldem 'ntevernl nnmeawhere ,, , ,. ..
I have I Iit ,00, mum Brnv,'" In lily pntli IP nrl Roth have noorerl 33dntt. Illn"1"! '. He '.' I is bwn: In r < ''n inn ltl r II 11'' "' i' I'nl IK ,
f, Wuvne' has hnd to ,,,, ,. It., ,,,. ,..' .
< I In mil ny H'NlI' IllM II I 01"1" 1 h 1 I. n.nn?
wwevi'i I ,
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s'-rnmble' I In 1 K "'1.'nl p' ?I IJ "i u 1
I'atrli-k :Mlckh. and eventually) i i ) 'I I
3 8ravpx9nnhnmr'rp ]Nonetheless, his effort nlmo HMtnhlh'jf handyRambling 1890 fr eon Of the 1 lit: 1 1I ff fII''hn.'k Tea ,ti, )b.> foii'l Paul 'IImlnnn\ nltein '- and Fmma yl'r'. ..nintnrlnlH, olon it I.I rnlt'"d I ,,.
\iruvcii nti t'xHtiniK IIM Rnnch' Tovner MtllII'nthln" ... Frank Sap i:: ? ]I" t'ii" : i I i
I :",i.'k Now, : r"ltPl'nInri' wide op-n I It, ,III.,,,. J"I.l. .ii' \,11 i\ n,,,i'., i r'dir' \ G
l lgunst' t can .
III the l tend In vn reinulnod .. ,
,hr Vlilii .. Paul) plays! halfback defense Id i nr h. '' |I' [
i II'' II"1: on .
) / one ;511.'.vi'nil, Len ton nnrt ,, &Ix'blllJ. Monrnn\ '" .
/ Row! n hiiiihlnK/! Tn I Jtr was a"' i!I") ..I I lur'P l it t ''v <'..i ', I
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I i J'P'"'''n' Piv !" \ noel )I-K been tounh to .
hi-il' Diior ..
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Idly t I. hi,. J i net aiound'( (ci over with pnssTMF .,.., .. or more
t hJ ''k- tote, ,, V" I "I 1'h" "I I !
its thq i'olwMNlly r made qu 14 VHnta In 48 trie This her of th" Mrtdlson t- 1'1(el[ I .
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'\ 'Ie'" set hit,'ks tiit" fond( l 'I'i cnirv' The Rambler: him I merlin, "n I " 'I1I''I'orod only 8 TDi fm' If Oodwin Ronnie Tom- was a formi-r chief of '"''i''< : A SAVINGS these bene-
Mn-'on, nnd Andv Mnvron'o / .
ante. but has provide I ntii : ,f Oftla: nnd Careen ,cpiHo's ;
'' .... '-'., ,. '.t two oi. more thrill with )"tn hive h thln !going !!I and n former ('...-.t"t
abort mt 1 th"h : THAT
)I.f.!' '" I 1 1 a"T-: It s Mm, 1'lInlnlAbl1lly In Pae1'nu letting on-, sheriff W Dixie, Counts' H"pivd r /_ -
.....J>i_. I., ., .,.> thin !1'II"on ivinciitK" run through their on 'hi! Stnrkc .. Fmt.rny:1..
; I hoist on the line WhativiMIt .. WORKS
'' 'n.' 'I'J..I 1'1'1'1' _, force for! 14 yearn, i- i'
HH,ne. MiLmxl 'onllntn".. improvement \, K T hope they keep It tin ,In l "; ., ,. fo' the rest of the vent" I' Their .
<'?\I with om S'irvlvin" his wife i
1 "tellni) di'fwsive!, plnv: I Is!! n '" 4 1.- Most people "", .
I I-f''line from H fair qunrtei- He Moody Mortnn' of > 7h. problem ",
21 t'nl i ke
In trip Tornado ief !
I, ,U u I the bofrlnnlnR$ ot UK : 'two dauJhtoJq.( !\ PM read
Charley ..Il1:$ ">H"i.a 11, ''''11'111' bus,. steaAty' .'ni'> I, OrnV. t>f ,""rk onvl!!'' stick to the ;
yMG I \n 10 bo H real threat fOjt \P.RS'> ('ORI"" ?"Tin, Him: Children' 0'' '"., t." a Woodmen of( ,,
E. .F ,,51'!' CI'9tal Clear' J,' Reel His !play Calling' ""? .T"hrin'A'" ten oat Putt do one stater. Mrs I i i a anca savings
:* And '""Vnnt" n' hiniove. bk>1 Tt) you live, your !
ShlltterprO f f rlaetlc "' 'nu: fwklnp$! runn1ll.R John of B"ooker. anr
''n.* week ss r in" ne multi Im- cash for !
r 'hI i 'dol rnnke ('V"r>' jC/lme rntrItI'i trrnnlchlidren.
Johna i MAKES YOUR ROME ivlne Mo he Income for ; I uilder
I Only '. I I J 1jo. It* hAil vu I'I'INI tats "I>n : hv'I! Funeral! I>pervlt-es "1t good rertjrn.
,,H 1 J' I'Iim<'" foi I 2tSii yarrn'Id "t"nmhlerl" t.1 the end vane"id ', held at 2 p m TVMa! 'r" antee cash or
::33c NITER TIGHt :;:, I, h" lihvnivte, .p*,. h" tumn un and promptuhonrtn 'IA, with Rev IVlt1f! i 1'. I i fiiishantt I : ) AREA FOR

i >e \ nvpinpo! Tn addition' he IR to hout about it T n" tol'llIdton!\ !! '. .>,'J '. ", I .>t call tmmy!: ::
\
h nt II 4''" pent' corn 'I \"'"ulrt hn"'e rnvself How story ore'
: ; DRAFT FBEE\\ '11 wing per Baptist Chui-ch offli mt! .nTnterftient \ 1'lild Kvpr<< 'irntntlxp
ahout this gnesLnn : wide. .. ,',Pt,ton rate In the pnoslng. : Oeiitment about ::00-\11* I : -will foloKlnirslev \\ i n I'honn !flfi1-; fl '
Abd$.'wft., ., 11\'.: ASK social ?
t He has thrown lS'r'' NEXT \
While Lfllce Cemrtprn' Stark! e Iln \
the boat '
attaching ForWindows, ."Ties, and complMefl! 40 iui Tt v1ll b" T-lomerom'nB'! In tier c'li-ectlon! of Ic\''it' ( also/ ,,......,...

lit and trailer off to the car hitch '-' Doors Porches, ,':l..1 vnr.li total] effort ami nuera I tlv OAk this week Thfnnl'di1" I Jones Funeral! Home .,...,aY; rill Accdnt( and : :' FOR
the ball ,
slipped and H\ rP oi 'I 11 I yarns tor tm On n are" *-l for the' sen101 -I I
|:' foot crushing : Breezeways ,r'R ae Wayne. ID a hard, WOI-KBI Their roily.! IOM WR" to,, nn \r>ronnoi M'i m, ratill' ; ; WOODMEN 'OF
/: 3 1nP,. Mill m\ Trip .1 seems. t.i have a tivinfcif rutn't' ,11*1't> last time ievent fi in,1'' iini, '.'. i ''m>\ .. _
: .. '' P o n>,iru\ n'I etOi ; LIFE
it
f Accident 1'oho pi mincflical ,< Cut With' Shears. to pxvfll. He IR. a "i.Hnlix'I'ttr to Su'"ai 1 nep Co >[ I and ho'p.tal exI ..t .- Tack Over Screens .. and houM,. 'be I ''",red! on tln: > filet play and I'll i >.<. nrulnrd", !<,, 10t1 fli' > i I' 0" .1:' HOME OtriCt
II hi/, .l han.l qiiai-terbaok hefoiv) went on to niit, the Biilldoei' f.i, 1'iililli,, I InntriK "l"ni .eer'o" ** Fla.
|pln&.es ('\ en t ho I net or GenUIne FLEX 0 GLASS:<; i s the only .:' .n I he ,rhamiInahipt T rlnl1't think. things have i\. ,.,'nl, d ,t 1.1"I. ( 11i '76Q FAMILY ;
i II'I l 1 1 Ih i'( urt Shi''t"" ,
left .
, homer! plastic w ndow matpnal thai carries, ..1ifti"otniteh< in two .., .
Powell
u 1. :\\lon: veartVP i ""1"/1./ r ii' nining Att. : Bill
A 2 year guarantee, name Paul :M.io J ',into]' hallI \ 'should rat k up nor\ 7th HI,.'r i \ ,Tenn., ," I Ind'liliniti I,
Charley E. Johns I III I l X 0 (fil;1 ASS .s. pflnled on (the i M1 .u' tlu. \nrli"t a''' n --------- - --- ------
best. w \In of the l neon bv a lop- .
edge for YOur protection, I'F I kill' i.d in his pel- ,, Agency imamp' "(' 10 onte BRalnst n: *1de' <1 store' 10-0 The Totmrloe '- Tart I', M. lhnr.'ln
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SIX BHADFORT COCNTT TfLF.ORAPII.: 8TARKB. FLORIDA Tiirnsnvv OCT. 27.W. 19611I

BE TIGHT AND: NEEDY.Klorld.i ...- I Pi" .iH'i' 1 i Slat HFl"i., Ida :Hl'll'M.I., IjHM, ,tl.\ Flotilla. IllltllTUMI --
by .
< ManiiK Florida Miatc ..
this offl BUUlau. l'iN..iP
,I'. I .,.. :4. I I"Ml, I*. M. Thiirinlnr. Hux ... ,'. .. ,
O. 281 lUlford. Flixldu.Nnllve .
iilnt
C. T. U. Good New*. I I 1111.11I.OOTI"I' I- s"hl| llntiit: +t filed llml! be void.
I h. Hindi. ,, .iri Hull I'lli \.. eml IT, IIMIIIu .
IV.IIIIM < er. 0. Thw Ttuard ronGrvcti. the :- ': i i 111 :!ii.n\: :! : 'isivKV : 1 \ on .mil cut h of you lire I jl LOIS FERRYMAN
I i I'"iMi I,. lust' II"" ." "'111 ,. i "i" illluc ,to, ,tin riillnulnw spr- right to ,ivji') < t liny or tit I.MnTril Of Appllciitlnn I'i>r I'... ,;: ;, Ihll'1' ,- 'I' .1 I Mil. ",.int hi.i, ,.bv nut, Ificil, iind reciulred toin I An Executrix or the Lust Will
"IT IS BETTER TO BE' \ --,1., il I II at, ,Hnffli' e, i II. ,ii utioriHI >. I.'A tll';1'. J H.l4ullerlntl'ntlenl. u.iilHvv. t hihiildii, t I t In. I 1'1.' .'! .\\ tin i Molt :iny') .1" I,in H 'and tumuli" I und TwMtanriont of Emmett K.
NEAT AND TIDY Til.\X TO Mil \i 1>rniiii nH vri iioiitiiOF I I \ ,, i si" ..i *. I Hlddt-rs< militllid" to liisp.it tlll.lll. .... H.NOTICI3 II'.rtltll-lllt-K' I..., ,Illl-d, Hlllll,, 1 Cl-r" "Iokh j on, or, ..IIIH'r of you 1 ,'rr> innn, '....ea..d.
"IIII.U| INHIIII CTIItN 1 1 i. iln t i i I' .".IM1IHlldlnK. "II" '" ,,- .iiritrt-nieiitlone.il prmiiISIM 10/27 3t lltO| IS HBI-tlSllV O1VKN. IIrh'II"'" ,,,,. II t..x. d... ,I '" I..-1 ,tmi,, >' naaffiiliiHt the lI"t..l.. ofKnnni'tt First publlcutlon Oct. 13. 1368.0'ia .
.. -, ". IIri, I, ,.,,/ ,,'" and HIIV Information. required Issued tllel'i-iin. Tilttrrl iflt' 1 K. t'l-rryman.. deconii- I < ., HIS
will that. Mr. T J. Alderman, ", a.inumbtrs il l, Into of Id the
-it" nr' 'tin' f.it\ci-\ It lllKb >< provided by thiniifflii % o'r.'F] the holder of the followingcertificates nnil years' of IHHII''''.. ... HII County to
County Jmlwe of Bradford.
'
The llrailfoi'rt "Ci>nnly nnnrd"f I the dosri'lptlnn of the' propi-i' '.
has filed! .until. ,
| ccrtlflraten ..
2. The County FlorUlu, nt hl office
successful bidder< shall
Puliliu IiiHlructlon. of tttarko.Klorldii ,and the which It
mi MICH In wanHHMessid AUCTION
for
a tnx tleptl to biBBUed '
In thi> i mil t IIOUHO of HiiiJ County
ho "n-siionslMe, for "removal of '
.
nffwH for Hiilo thv following follows I
tire :
.. IIM
thereon. Tin 'orllflrnumbers "
( Florida, within
ut !Siurko
nil .
: "limit-rial' footlnKS, debris,
FLORiDATHEATRE i i-tt'.. fiotn. tltt.* school, site IIn,1h.1 ."rl.luu| iMisi-n: anil year of l IUllnn'e., I' Cevtirictlle, Xo. .15J. Ycni-, ofissuance Hlx ciiU-rdar' tnonthf.* from the Property of Anthony Szabo
RODUHMpnuer I
I No.1. .
) Ititi-niittlnrml I
11)51 HUM.Description
the rtrnorlptlon of the pruperty, t inio of the flrxt, |>ut ill( ration ofI
More Sat. Oct. 2:001.: .
It-arc 29.
People Own I tlu. > art-it now orcu- INo.\ Hl>24.MHilKft*. and, the names. In whlrh It wniiHMemied O of PrnrlB., .-... ''I I MM. notice. Km h Hit 1m 1 or doin -
COMPARE RCA VICTOR I (plc Than ,' i 'U-iin.' ruk.'il-iiviT condition. > No. 779T1579312.No. Certificate No. !H. Vear olIssuunpe :: S ni-T: W 7211'. ,In,, "IM.1: HHin-' .tinpin.. e of rt-Mt- plii. Owner'H 3-IIIt Homo
Any Other TVTb :I I. The succfHsful bidder... ., MhullIIIIM 10 iMiwrniM 4H pm"..-nK 1HOI.Dmcrlptlon i./w: on KI I'. N mi K u \\ I 1"11'< "i* .iml. 'IIOHI nl''fl.. e luldiuHHt Highway 17. I 0 .Ml South
I' .a pi-rlinl not to exi i-t-d HOilji <-r ID No. AF111I216... of Property Com IIMI.nl'! K IIU7.1 Ill'!! to .I'llll. Kit-" II t the i"lalmiint., and uhall beHWorn Gretn Cove Flur.l .
THIS VALUE! > H from, thn award of contract, No. I 15 IlIl tt Inturniitlanut, 42 on K Hide of Church. .St. wlierN 21. T-S-H. H-l'2-10: ,, to I by t hu eliilmunt, binIRC Springs,
Showtime--Weekdays 7 I, rm tinremoMil, of all materials. puHnciiKer in No. U044 Line of NW <4 of /HH'icroHses Nnini In tthlch nsBt-MHi.."tlJomph nt, hiM attt>,rney. and anyHEM' :1 l nrrvii IIIIK! ,.llh UIH' t Sunday :3:00.: Saturday 1 HiimlllnK of materials. and,( No. ti 11M7 CliRvrulct 48 PUHiniter & run H 1A5 Fl.; for A. VV'-li-h' I tin. hnty Illnny IT. l.TTruvk
tin'diMpoHul' Hhull be In keepIMK ,,, Hlt"l". wUlvly' .kn.mn,
Xew Ifstd in S. "A D140M. POH Run S BO Ft K lit KtN All of suhl. |1"'I''rl| ''H-IIIK" in
FAMOUS nllll II'" fXlstlnic clly Hlirt'litllnlnjc.. VfMMl f....d. hvrrin
retllri .
No. 48 ,
23 11147 C'hi-vrolet >- the the 11I'IIH..I.
pn rottniy' of
: 19 *"t. WI.Y to pou :SoiBS. -
FRIDAY. SATURDAY (| tuentH, .. :Nil storilKe" of mati I..nlf..r. III No. I>KA621K2J.i"'li T- 6-S. R-23 K "Hlatiof' I< loriila.PnJi'Ms ,... WANTED .. lfll. p..I. MmuMfmcntfitr ..
October 28, 29 I j i'tills. Hhull be p'*rmltted I ontin will h" .uri'ppUfl) on Individual M. Itryan mull, cerllf, Ii ali-. Hicertiricntes SALESMAN: >i.unir x*..il 4 lil. ( noil ,IIIIMln -

RGAV1GTORCONSOLE Job. site... Any materials sold, biiMoH only nnil will All of ,,alil pro,.. rty helnir In Hhall, )t"- 'ri-di-i-tin' i1niTpvilinn .*.MM, 1IMI' |i.p cpnt p<|ul|>pptlmulx
.
Double Feature Procram "must l>e "l11ov",1Immedl..tely. bu opened) Thurailny November the County of DiaiKoril. 'Slateof : In law the propel' lytluHcrlbeil TF.X.Oil.. COMPANY *<0 l.iKp co.rr.. llntuliiMlitMl : -
17, lUKU! In th offloo of the Florida. ", In HUI-II, ", ''If'!. .' 1' II >I'.. Otn. |* rrtlrlnu;,
TV ..nfssfiil .bidder.. shall Huiirrlntcnclent at 7:00: P. M nr certlflcHtedllt lie mild. ,t- niM'iln, morn <>\or 30 at once m..%(lBK <" C'h'lM"' :II HII
HAVIIANDS.rlx L'nleMH MUCH "rMfli'ntf' rcertificates
CH-27O THE SCREEN STEPS ,n, required' 'to provide .a |.">uorf The Board rewrve the rlfhtto ( shall ii" rcil.. .imiiiaccordlnar the hllthi-Kt, 'lildder" ut' ih.. for :Murke' nrcn. Itapitl adiin hunt*' nrxt ''I...... lleiil "Htnte,

23*tub(overall dial.) ,' > rmance' bond or cashier's rejeit any anil nil hldn. to law. th. 'prni..crt. court house door. on the fh,'- > 292 ftq.In* picture check. treasurer's, check nrof THOMAS I* CAHKY. J U.Superintendent described In such certlfliatior :Monday: ., ; In ,month, nf :N-;"iMniber h"lw.lt.*. Mutt own car and C..p..I. home full
any national or state. bank tin.-. 71 h.I., 4ff ffurulturvt Mto.... rvfrluc.. *
HUGH UtCXEY JAMES certificates) will be solrl t" I rinn. whli I Ii l ln ulile to take short. trip.
No bid bond ,Is helnK requiredbut 10/27 St ll10| 'of :November; .. run" !. rptititr rr.iinrr, ll\lnic riMttnMill
the highest nlrtner at the rourthoune but
f. Deluxe New Vista 20,000-volt chassis (design average) ROCHE* MUCHUU the board thall. expect bidders dour on the flrHt MnmlnvIn Duted 1 thlH Cll '. ti.> Sales e\ierlunre|' helpful. *. 111! ..|I4>., rilUTM, ohnlrN.IIII .
to show, tfood faith li\ fulilllnfr (:.\1... FOM nllt4K.'Hlcd month of :November 1'inn' I ber." I'lOtkI.SKA not iH-reHsary.. Si' o Johnny .|IIIII. ... ll n..lrtilM' of ItrtnH.fn .
UHF tuner > th.-lr proposals.C. .John-ton. Anntt Vice I'resl- *. >i>i'4 Ilili'* .e..1 .Mtiif" befi -
New Vista VHF tuner Solid State % Mil a will l 108 rrrclved which Is tlie: 7th day. of November : I,I |
.The sticcpHMiul bidder canexpe In the office of HiinlneBK Man. I'JUB. (-hurli-K A n.ir'.v.. ilcnt :SoiithupMti-rn Petrol .r* nurtl"". ..e. lio"" It (It*
1: RCA Pan-0-Ply picture tube. t atith irlssatlon fur" commencing nner Florida. .Htnte. I'rlnon. upto Hated this 5th day of Oi'tober. flt-l-k of ('In..till "r.itnt. ,,, "f "I'rul, fiim C'orrn11..11.| ut Holl- >onr nrnl. *.

1 work the same.. day usthf and not Inter. thnn 2.on: p.m., 1968. fi.rd County, Kim) ...i. tl.iy Inn Jacksonville, Fl*. '|>.mMI :UOl>o..n nt Auction"F
.Dependable RCA solid copper circuits -- bid openlnif aforementioned 10 Novemlivr IDrtO. for 2no tonH (SEAL) 111 i'I It 1'In / J- NirliM'N l,.*n.llntcAII
0 The Huci-esHful' bidder shall. more or lend. Junk and xirunmetal. ,, Charles A. Darby fill October 211! at 0 AJI. 11AM. .'.1..li.n.pivrn"riii

show evidence that he and/or Junk .may be Inxpectedat Clerk of Circuit Court of the Court ..f "lu* C'oitnfyJuilKi. HIM! 5 P.M.: Xo phone <4..oM-h.K. :>ii> .\ | < TIONIUr "
AS LITTLE Per Month IM| ( impiiny Is propertly. Insured prenil va .i r Flwlda !KtatcITIaon Bradford County Florida.. .. Hriiilfiird. (CimitO., I'lorlilil. mill, |1.11"0.1". :Alan selectedbegin HprlnurM" Flu.Fit. .
$1 0.00 I by an tcr-cptable 1 InsurtnHTaicency Muiidaj throtiKli Friday.. 10.6. 41 10'L'TNotice I Ill lrol. I.'. / practical. training Uill.1IS: : :
AS \ In the followhiK m..n.ner 8:00: am to> 4 II.i 1 p.m. Hliln t"he > In nMHi.iii." : : ufKtTinuft next day. It chg, O'I..cI.Ph.' U.'l-dZOT
: where Is/an/. I.... \Klein to be on For Tn\ : K !1'..\itiui. '. (I1,. i .. --l ,,? II ...'_....11.. ,..
Workman's.. Compensation. form Hefurtd. from IJueln".R OC AppllciKlon T. '11 f'rrtlltfirH unit. l*.*ri...n..tl.Hl
Plus II. Cuntructor's Liability:
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Come See Our Wonderful I Operations' 1041.0,0P. U. I. $50,000

u. '25.oooContractual
-eC/leG7.;
Selection of Color TV tilabllltyTl. : .
(. UO.OOII<> $100,000)
I' T,. :;.OOO '

We Do Our Own Financing marked 7. Ulil": "I nh.ill l.l hi-on sealed lli'iunvlnil,, ,, and r ,('fm: I "Grl tSD'' ?\ !;' .

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School" 8. If Lltiilfllng additional"\ ;\ ;" : Information I\:\} I ;If

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231 N. Temple ,he. Phone 9Ri-0031 30IDRIVEIN HAD ENOUGH INFLATION HASTINGS MATTRKSS It \tol"; IF YOU N'KRD: a.i apartment BE SURE TO U4B WURU

? VOTE REPUBLICAN., & UPHOLSTERY WORKS. AT REIirCRI)) KTFHAUTO. n>. house. S.'eV.. II. Nollman, BOOK before buying any

I Pol. FIKK. BO.VIDOVLn ."'1O N. Cherry St. Reasonabla'U.Ucs.
UNITED t TI T$ -[tPd. Adv.1Insurance 710 I.einon St. Pa Ulna I other en oIopedlil.. M. A.

Furniture Repaired K. .'oliSt: n I' tfchprDHAKE3 Payne, your local& representative

Problems? Upholstered & Keflnished I lNStUANCEOtNC'V; Itfch | SQUEALING like a since 1956. Box 626.

OPEN 7:00: Call the Man From REBUILT Phone 964-6793. tfcft
BUCK'SGROCERY MATTRESSES 'tuc-k 1 pis::? Maybe: they need
SHOW TIME: 7:15 "KEYSTONE"George
:
New Innersprings -(vicing Get( a fast free

Special Kiddie ADMISSIONAdults E. LaRue and Box Springs |MARY CARTERPABNT5 bnkrchorVip with precision Myers Power Tool*

Show 75c Students 60c Keystone HeinhU Drop Ci A Card or CMFALATKA : J-hn Bean-Barrett brake I

Consultant For AH Your EA 5-9168 "nul' ;>ment : Children Under 12 Free
Lawnmower Power. TuvMMcCulIoch
Saturday at 10 A.M.: Insurance NeedsRepresenting MRS.I'EGG'SIIALLER -
r ALE HELP WANTED5
: Chain Saw
and 12 Friday, Saturday, Sunday 209 E. Adklna St. ;'ay week. 8 hour day. asw 18t Pumps & Water 8y.t maRrlggn *

301-NORTH and Sunday at 1 P.M. October ? 29, 30 Great American Ins. C.. Starke Acent t t60). If Interested please ft Stratton Kng ne*

The Travelers Ins. Co. Complete Line jpiv! ii: person at Personnel Rentals Sale,* Servlc
SALE GOOD FR1. SAT. SHOWING ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS -
SUN. t',tI'DrNEII' J Tel. 473-4492 Day ofPAINTS Off! -e, Sunland Training 230 N.E.: 16th Ave.
"SNOW WHITE AND ( built to order. Machine work.
rllStI. /!. Nltes Center Gainesville.\
473-4325
OalneHVlU 376-3411
All Flavors Del :Monte. 46 Oz. Cans RED ROSE" flf'evtr '(/ Auto Fire Home Business Boat. Motor and Pump repairs. ANDSUPPLIES 4tch* 10'27 I tfcna

FRUIT DRINKS 3 ForHalf" had if Brown's Repair Shop. Rt. 1,
$1.00 :: Monthly Payment Plan
..-------- Also I good! I II I Box 363. Starke [Klngsey! FOR RENT :Furnished FOR RENT: Fumtehed a-

or Whole Side-Not Sliced "THE BIG BAD WOLFE"By I I Lake. tfchg For All Purposes !houfe on Kinsley! Lake Oct. partment. Lake privllejea.\ Female

SMOKED BACON 49c ONE STOPMASONRY .> to June 15. Phone 533- school fiach-r or couple
J-b1 ALL, TYPES of lawn mowers
-- ___ --- Childhood Productions I r :>4M nvirntni-'s 4tchg( 10 27 preferred. $T5 or J80 reap. Ut-
SERVICE and saws machine sharpened. VINYL
GOOD
\ilitiM! furnished. Call 473-3086.
Calvin Johns 332 N. Water
heaters
FOR SALE Stoves,
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PORK CHOPS Lb. Admission 50c \IIJI" all alien Concrete Keystone Helffhta. tfchg
-69c I Ready :, Ph. 964-1441. tfchg Upholstering i'1" oil kinds. Furniture elecfical -
__ Block nil Sand
"' ---- -- -- ; type ;
GRADE A FLA. SUN. MON. TUES appliances: boat trall- '
Prncntt XJntelm. Everything HOUSE TRAILERS for lent Material I

FRYERS Lb. 29c Oct. 30, 31-Nov. 1 necessary for concrete ma- cr sale. Can be moved on 1'1': c'.othinsr! toys bicycles.' JOIJS OPEN
'ntiqiips.. Just about anyth'ncni *
SMALL -- ----------- SMI! IRIi HT SWill: .!........PAR.II'tt' 1 pIIIIIS! I'- Honry construction.V your own lot J. B. W.illt-. !! Values To $10.00YfiSD \ are looking for at Old Steno. *1.85 hr.
:\ will meet any prlrrs on Phone< 9fl4-lgSl. 4t'-hj ID'ST:!
"ATALIE WOOD. all mnterlaU within Mriulfnrd Trn" Inn Post at lower prices quartern
Slotel Mulil-Ilvlngr -
Barbecue Ribs Lb. 59c .
Spare ... .. $3
-- .... -," County AND STILL.MAINTAIN. FOR SALE 3 bell room. 2 '1vot: will find anywhere plu $30 week.Me .

Sunny land Gal; Jar. J"J-' ... .....1 .' QUALttY.I bath hotiM with : porch. Large half acre lot in .iu"f 2'' r miles north ofctirke al*. nnetl. waltrennetiJihlerit *,
PUKE: LARD f; I WAITRESS \VANTKP:"<: : npp1': "
49c : ]DISNEY] hou
: 3 WALT' BRADFORD I Green Acres with eight large : on 301 Leonard Grlf- baby ulttent, -
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.. __ _- ._ _.n __ in nt Gai" Ion H' ,!l. urant. -
>o. 2'/t' Cans Sunshine 'j'jJl1 iJIN I ENGINEERING c; co. I II bearing: pecan trees. City water person. tf< nq!\ fi.s, etch 1\11\ 24 l'l"l'er..
and liOS N. Randall CENTRAL
Ph. 961-2521 Stark t I sewag-e
PORK & BtAiNb 4 Cans 99c i I IOSE WEIGHT safely
I St. Call 964-3051 lifter :5
riilCEl))) TO M.I.L : EMPLOYMENT\
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( 1 HOUSE 10 acra of land. 1 11/17 i r "Ith Drx-A-D'et. Tablets
ISO.. 303 Cans Trellis JunsOU.1J.8.N.r; p.m. 6tchg. I Reduced ID: only (1500.( tlilslcroom
S. 301 North out of City rniv !)Ic:: at Mitt-hell Drtl'sI !! SERVICE
I Is .
ElNULlbH f JLAS, 3 Cans 49c tfMNC'f Limits. Owner has moved. HELP WANTED-Male. Muil iz bath home< i 'I eturko, : fitn 11'10 U 333-A X Temple 869-3711

1 YKE "" I Lumbet. wn i i ..i.usu teal barfinin Hai thl'pd.! { \ I
lt
Mace miuat sell. A J. Thoma.s.Realtor.
:i>...o. 3UJ{ ; Cans: I Koyai King Cut V fJ: Tel. 084-5701. on 301. Good salary regular uonn- mutual at thb p.lce': '! ':': t.L' \ IBF-MTTY" SHOP: I'I'lI1irrhw.lY' '
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yearling
c; STRAYED -I bull
Situated only two blocks :21.! :Melrose. Two
opI
GREEN BhAiNb, Z Cans 29c 1 'KWAN ; FOR SALE OR RENT--1 bed- employmemt., block setter Mechanic log turn millwright 'rom renter of town aiid 1 ..rAtnr to serve vnu. TIIMIhrniiJth ,. I since March 1968. Owner
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1\\i (.ial. Foremost French )' I i oom trailer. Westmoreland er and common laborer. dig | block fnm schools.: )' 1 1i I'I I Sat. Closed :Moi<1iivsf3r"vlo may claim by Identifying and
Wed. Thurs. Nov. 2. :3 1ECHNICOlOR- bill. L. L. Norman
\' Trailer Park. Phone 969-3291 i
ICE CREAM $1.09 ..... :.z..trt' """' -....... "' .. .r. o"Qn'V"-.V"'. t..,_.."_... I| Let us ..ho"you this on6no" --. i 1 1. :zIj.!! 4t chsr 11 '10 I Rt 2. Box 116 Starke.
0'''''_''. "',e.... I II O A T H A K F I 4tpin/27/
FJU !
WITH .; BOX OF 6 PIXIE TIES II IIF'R ._ _
""II""'" ou......ON!" ""_' Eunice Nursery 10 Ft. FltiprKl.iss: Highwav: Frontnite: : ) SAI.K or IP.ISI?.-- Large

>'o. 2 Can Del :Monte .S' ced----- Limit" 2 I'Tea lse (/t WALT DISNEY'S Fall annuals petunias, panes 9110.00BH ilCl".1I11 I !)( 0 A"res! situate on 1'1)\,1, >' T bprlronm frnmo, house. cornr WANTED Vulpwood and

PEACHES 29c "; NI si! etc. berried .. O-Nl-Y SI 1 > mile from Int. Krnced' hick' "'I'<1. new yaw timber Contact me at
: -- -- Heavy -pyrarmtha. 13 .t. II I!n.nt) ) 'iluhwav., only on! <
1 :'.'.of. 71(3( S \\.t mOI'elan.1 St horn?! L. H. Outlaw phone
------ -- (C'ltrus trees! 'loaded,! \\1\''' ISJ.JOLI'r rity Limit! Id al for rmnl
Plantation -- I or phone POI-BS6I( I. tf'hjZ"I 964-0561. 4tchg 1027
I \\'1th fruit. All Wntakietgrown. ; Iton'! \' 'arm or builiiiiT loM-mnnyjb I ,

MEAL OR GRITSL4 Lbs 25c 3 miles north of Law- 100 FOK '1.50I !autl.'ul honr-sttps! Tp.-n: FOR SAM10! gallon O. E. 'I'HELP WANTED Meat Cutler

--- ti-v. Turn at al,",. Ph. 7X2'34B5. Zrbco. $3.in "an bf' n-rnn1 on Mils oiv write
Kansas --- -- I Spinners VpFlxhln Te( t"i 1 >ir' w ,itpr heater. Call also! truck driver

QueenFLOUR 12Wides. 4t cttg 10/27 < and Hiintln r U- -full prl! p only $790"( Pl-mc:! or re Mis. Tommy P. O. Box 702. Gainesville

10 LbsL 99c I e. FOR SALE Panades and Petunia I' .....n.\I o !'tulIIl'" 1 RTROUT REALTY !.fWS.! lllfi P.-att St. Fla. state age. experience

__ 2117 N. Temp'e Ave.IU I'
-- -- BUSH'S (iI'I.1AliD: 2tch! 1027 education and If free to
Mrs. W. A.
plants. Stern.
See All CustomIade: I
Lonjer (;rain
U H\fT. !o F.1t\'lCtST.TIOS S. 3011i move to Gainesville.
1339 S. Walnut St. phone 964-
RICE 4 Lbs. 49c For Florida Living 3531. 2tchg 10/27 i Phone 9i59-3491: St.T'kf, I XICi0;, SEWING 5tl'hlf 11/"

I ) 2113 N. Tempi' or SOI NA ['. I :31\tIII\KS.:'; : I'Nff.AIMEDI : :
Get More I : "IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO
YOUR BEST BARGAIN. Mechanic: Trine': Wnstlcd.a .AV AWAYS

YOU For Your $ $ I ADULT KDUOATION: classes VOTE FOH AIY: DEMOCRAT ; je. :21-25! :! AUo CuttiiiK D.'pt. I We lintw> 1'63 Sewing Ma- LEARN." Register\ now. Adult

Join now. Elementary and IS A VOTE OF COXFI. Trainee I'lens' contact Fnnk ohlne. Bath: Dal-O-: .taUc ZliZa'w Education
No Salaried or Com Second!ry Phone 9H4-27O1 &-...,. "U a... H":. 1'ake nt B'u' ; Oad between. 8 a\ that have. never been and Secondary. Phone 964-27O1(

missioned Employees i days: M4-3071 cvenlnys. tf. PUBLICAN.-[Pd. Pol. .\d\'.] m. and 3 !p. n Plcnsc; ap.'lv; Inrer 'red T ii'v wpie Liy-Away1: rlny: : 964-3071 ev n.lngl.! tf

in no ;>' < IIP "il's' 1t"h"FOTTR never p'ke1' up:: oustomers! : lef night
DAD & BRAD LARSEN WANTED ":""by a responsl". AUCTION -jvery Friday
?' FOR RENT. Furnished 2 3I'eVI! are una'jle< to locals!! beginning Nov./: 11.
LIKE TO WORK retiring Ja..l tonvl1le-btisCriei o'Tlouktttin, *. b'n"K-' at 7:30:
bedroom hou*,. 749 N. Tliompson. h IT' Y'I\ha\'e: i th >se! m3chines f jmlture! or anythInA' -
man and wif>, any time afteDec. wlthUVtr! .> mn-kln !Ion Brlns: your
... Ph. !P69-2594. or 0(310201 ( for the balance of $47 of value we will sell
.> -
YOU Benefit 1st: To Rent or Leasewith 'lalTd firt 1'ristin.!; FT t-
*nch Ca.i! or trims Call Cr d.
It "" It for Fennell's Bargain
option to buy an unfurnl 1l1"1 homeCill! 961-1", you
V'Tniaer: COl T ECT. Jicksonville -
l he-1 two bedroom house with "fter. :3:30:: r'. m ItpHcslp Center. 1'a !tille: south on 301.

All Sizes: on Display with central heat close In U FOR SALE Slightly used 353-194S anytime 3tp ll'lOD '
I ''''.,. Will deliver ro obl1 atlon.2tchll .
(\1Inl'''' FI"1111 e-"I':'"
I 8-10-12 Widesl'2 I the center of Stirke. Pleas* electric water pump and fit ".\ rNOITOM POVFR.TY
113r :I
.. l nmttnd-.e'l vblt" WT:>I"n -
Baths write dl's.rl"'tl.1 i of hr nr' tings. 633 W. PnUt St \Up HIGH TAXES?
PIE AND:
In rncl
to li'-p f-nve f1imv
when available to "R3" co| n! F F''lTFurnl e' two Pd-
i and Expandables 1 'n'l <* r'i'11' thrcs, ofnari VOTE FF.PUBUCAN.: [
'OrA"'I'> ...... .... '.1. ., on! ypis I
bedroom desiable lo-
ITS DONE WITH MIRRORS house: in
Pol. Adv.]
tn-'lii'. -
I B n-fit rlntrrvoni
tell -o'h') :S'J'S O ma.f.: A
II hev mI! Anl you can see per
FOR SALE One combination nnfj bath. $lIiO 00 'pr I
New and Used I them do it bfiause it's all pro .. .!'.1yt1t'. prnn 9A4- 792. tfphfFOH FOR SALE --Pensacola Bahla.
I retrI-rl': zer, one SpeeQiwn month =nlnrv. )pivnb hviinr'nthlv \ germin-
tected un on .. larue viewingjcreen. \ seed. New crop good
Wisher, one deluxe O": in n hnlfiff "". PAIE' 1 1955' tttt."A"e.:; .
available I 2
8-Yr. financing They cnll It Vlsuillner.: ation. J. W Oisklns!' Rt. Box
Frigtdnlre electric range. Call '\ .P"II w pc) For mre i-i-: I 4 dr. sedan Good mechanical Phone 964-1513.
'he wheel all all the 93. Staike.
P.I! me nE'r .
Use Our Rental-Pur- D84-3S01 (D\yl] cr 633-2175 'i'>rtm'-| cpntar-t) Mrs ..JudW. \ ..'nd I1'tl '<1 t's: 0<'0 tfchg
automobile manufacturers
major
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after 5 tfcrig Ehml'fI.. "'onV: _
p m l Il1th milpage. $103 00. Phone 964-
chase Plan-Payments use. Have a wheel
i I.n G1.n..Ulr.. Fin Hpnltl-) 172S; Ifchu FLORIDA 90 STRAWBERRY
,alignment' > >hlem? Tlipnfriend .
Under $50 Per MonthHOW DRIVER Tackle SalesmenWanter : rr
4 ... __ card! and refiience!'< npFO' -"?--* nursery plants on new land.Clyde .
--Wholesale, must be drive down to FIRESTONE It I, FOR SALE-Orman BclffUlmhepherl
This Ts Invitation bank here
our to you to by Rahme. Ph. 969-1571.
:
bondable Owy / checkup
age :8l-up. an; get a mlxcl) male IS yrs
mail-quickly conveniently safely-through benefits. See for yourself like I did '? S 'tP' ..,.. Up
Interview by appointment -"II1'11ln"lm I "" H Hai:: all !!lcts. Phone o 4- _

your nearest mailbox or chute. Banking by mail/ on'v' M rtin TafV" HAPPY MOTORIST. front "IT iy>it pOne "" T'trt 5801 Uchg "'**R SALE-- Collie puppies

I Company. Lake Geneva Fla. dMi-'tfp", *..t form'i-I t-rrhni's > I'
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is convenience bred. S'"ed' bv r> "' lzrepdKf
a year-around seven days a our" e
Ph. 473-431J.: 2tchg 11'3 '''O/ 0",. Vanltdr"' >.- I FOR HEATER CL ANItlO-1;
FOR RENT Furnl'hed 2Ndroom
week, in good weather or bad one of our Mobile Home Site apartment.- 507 Center er. nlcp. mlirriS10 Phono, 47-! I r n'T-t Allen recPitllJ.. $3S. Also ped1-
Collie
most popular services! Try it./ AVAILABLE FOR S LE OR RENT /St' Inquire' :Mrs. Ool.1l: <.. ." it-',,, i "' 1-IPRI 4tchn 11 17 dog areed$50.ARC Clifford"q. Martin.male 4Hml.

Full Lake Privileges: Odom's Maiket. and or.house Martin. Ph. 969-4671. tfchz: FOR 1'1"LF--Tnrao Qc'-ler' ol' FOR SALE Duo-Therm oil No. of fitarke on 301. 1

Homestead Exempt- on State Road 100 South H ,hent-r, In IInnJ J ..nnoitt\'n.!' ,va- 1 'Pico): !lieat-r 240 YRM In block No. of Thonl Tuck Stop.

H'e from City Umlts. Contact FOR SALE: Holstein heifer.. '->nt'e Nitp T'1V<'l1 l HmotonLake. zood condition: n'ca' appearnrrv Ph. 964-9834. Itp

Financing! Owner. Stchg 1113; Good quality. Will calve In a Phcn' Wildo 468-122'S' >. reasonable. Phonp 47" -

FLORIDA"BANK I few days. Doyle Conner phone I Itch!: 47H2 2tp 11'3' I II FOR SALE Lowry Organ -

: Lake Geneva FOR SALE Bird Dog. strobO's 064-4501. tl'hg I -.I I APOLOGIZE to all my tire double manual 1 keyboard Needs
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Garage phone 964-3174. tNFtT1"'IlL" HFT') house for rleiler< f-ifnda H'jd little work. Sold new at $993
mv wheels
tfchf Tin; RIGHT POINT for the I rent-TJei'ir'f--! '! i1riom ? ,nstclnz $150 equity balance

: AT S TAR K E Trailer) Sales way you ""te. Come In ,unit. I both hirnp" nvilooVlni, Likafpneva. I j lancPd mv: Mrp.s! are at FIRESTONE aoln to wear and $168. 84. financed at $992T

LOST OR ..e'rnAYED-2 yroi' ..elect your favorite, F.STFR- : $IOn month : : One On Rnntp inn, One Mile SC"CT : BROOK fountain pen. TF.LK- : of 30 Ranks of the Florida National Group Biat'i.; Ansnis steer. Owneri. I I "itciis "tpor [IfJtf| | (I' 8fpr.. fAO FjSt, 964-5095 1
?*<">.. 11"I..flt.Open ," OR.\PH. .. 2tfhg 11':3FCXif r
I i. 11' ::an! bjH rrtlfyi"3! -- -- --- ':" 1".1 "l'q .'n;; rh.l"kUP: _


I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. *;:I ". & Evening "Vtiv' 'dyj" bill and: dvertlsTificost. : If \,. F".f".I' !' ....,. 1Ft1" ": "'T .'!: -..- ... ,-. ,Ff> 4 i\lE-hM'n: .
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Mrs. U J. 0. n RF.Pt.DLIC.Pd.[ mv trrmWe: '
I was. LOTT1MORE!:( C. H<>!tundOrf. m Atttt
_. .1 ': ",- :::, .-=-- =--:::& 7 .U. d Itqi OUl'D brings results. Fol: Ad...] TREAD. !! en E3-irds Road. tfcfcgr"AGE '



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



8TAJUtID, FLORIDA THURSDAY OCT E7, MSB




Capitol Keyhole

NEWS And NOTES -,


For Today's Homemakers


The Party Of Obstruction I By Martha Sue McCain\

By RAY STARR 6 Extension
ac'Qe tii County
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I I Miami Mayor Robert King voted against more aid for the WHO ARE YOU GOING Hume Economics Agent

High has been described as "a elderly, the blind, and the disabled TO VOTE FOR FOR GOVERNOR 7
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fresh, clean breeze blowing across in 1962. DADDY? .aa we ciif
the political face of Florida." "Seventy-two per cent voted head Into the stretch of this H O M E M ADE PICKLED cinnamon per Jar and cover

The apt description was voiced against a tax. cut to stimulateour "grueling, rmrd-hittlng. fast. PEARS- You'll Serve with with boiling syrup to one-haU:

by Florida's Congressman Claude lagging economy in 1963. moving, and treacherous Pride. Inch of top of jar. Adjust. jar

Pepper at a recent political rallyin "Eighty-seven per cent voted campaign" one wonders who When pears are plentiful lids.
expressing confidence that against the anti-poverty bill in the man in the street Is going consider pickling tome. Home Process in boiling water for
to vote for and the made pickles and, relishes: can 20 minutes '!start to count
Florida voters will not elect their 1964.
man in the stieet who is 4 ( make the difference( between' processing time: as soon as
first Republican governor in mod- "Ninety-three per cent voted meals that long returns to
looking for just: such a cam- ave remembered water In earner
ern history on November 8. only last year to kill the Medi- paign and not finding any- and those that are soon boiling I. Remove Jars and

"What has the Republican care program by sending it back think like It, Is settling: back forgotten. Chances are you'll complete seals if necessary.

Party ever done for Florida except to committee, and seventythreeper !in disgust! and may NOT find the work Is rewarding. Set Jars upright, several Inches -

fight against progressive legislation cent voted against the elementary EVEN VOTE. I think it is a Heie's a recipe from the U. apart, on a wire rack: to

and national policies that and secondary education very bad thing for democratic S. Department of Agriculture cool. :Makes! 7 to 8 pints.
candidate Robert King High food experts: PICKLED Vegetables In Family Meals
have made it possible for Floridato act.
to have in his: camp, as one PEARS2 quarts sugar 13 What food grows in great
grow and flourish ? Congressman "And this year, two-thirds of of his followers on his tours, and one-half pounds I ; I variety, ranXs: high In vita-

Pepper asked. the Republicans in the House a person who makes unfriendly quart vinegar white: 1 pint mins and minerals, but Is

The answer was given in this have voted against raising the remarks about one water; 8 pounds seckel pears low In cost ana calories? AN-

forceful reminder to those who minimum wage, eighty-five per breed of newsmen to another t rj, r P ,r, 14 or 5 quails\ I 8 :2-inch! SWER: The whole family of

have never known, or who might cent voted against the Food for bleed. In the Capitol recently pieces stick cinnamon: 2 tab- vegetables from A-Aspara-

have forgotten : Peace program, against legisla- this supposed veteran of lespoons cloves: whole: :2! tab- Kus to Zucchini. One-half
the political wars made an uncalled lessp-ions allspice whole. cup of most boiled vegetables
"In the depression years, whenwe tion to deal with our national
calarles.
for remark about radio Combine sugar, vinegar contains less than 50
needed to revive the economyof transportation problems. and television newsmen to a water. and stick cinnamon: A serving of starch vegetables -

Florida and the nation, and, As pointed out, this is an obstruction member of the writing press add cloves and .alLspdce that like liana: \ beans peas,

when we faced a critical need to philosophy, typical of who turned tight around and are tied in a clean, thin white corn and plain boiled potatoes -

reform and eliminate abuses to Republican leadership on the national told the rest of the news- doth Bring/ ''o a boll and simmer ranges from 50 to 100

save our great free enterprise state and local level. Theyare people verbutum what the covered, about 30 min calories.

system, the Republicans in (Con- quick to tell you what they follower had said The can- utes.Wash Raw vegetbles are becoming
didate may riot know this Is ppirs, remove skins: Increasingly popular aa a low-
gress were voting overwhelmingly oppose, but slow in offering con-
and blossom ends the stems calorie. between meal 'snack.
going on, but certainly the :
against Social Security against structive to take the
programs candidate for may be left r\n If desired. To Weight watchers do well to
former I
governor -
decent labor standards, againstthe place of those they would abolish. from whose camp this .. )4 = s9'q' prevent peeled pears from keep a supply of celery sticks,

first Housing Act in 1937, Florida is a state that wants to follower came has had the (b darkening during preparation.; carrot sticks, radishes or green!;

TVA, REA, the Reciprocal Trade and MUST move forward. It can same thing happen to him. Immediately put them Into pepper slices ready In the refrigerator -

Act, and a long list of vital con- best do so by electing a Demo- The Press all a group doesn't cold water containing 2 tab- to eat when hunger

structive legislation. cratic Governor to work with its like unkindly remarks about lespoons of salt and 2 of vinegar strikes.

"And they're still doing it in Democratic Cabinet, and Demo- any segment of it, especially .w. f'' ,rtr per gallon Drain Just For lots mere Information
from a former NI .p. tiKyYa r before using. and suggestions about vegetables -
newspaper
the 1960's."Eightyfour. cratic Legislature for the advance- t, In
Add pears to thebolUnA': request "Vegetables
per cent of the ment of constructive Democratic man.Where doe the republican syrup and continue simmerIng Family. Meab" from this office -

Republicans in the House of Rep- programs.We candidate Claude Kirk geoff for 20 to 25 minutes. Pack Courthouse Annex Box

resentatives voted against the are confident that this will telling Capitol Newsmen hot pears Into clean hot pint 267 or phone 964-2865.:!

Housing Act of 1961. be the decision of the electorate on that they cannot ask him jars: add one-2-lnch piece of

"Eighty-nine per cent of them November 8. questions about fiscal responsibility
because they don't Strike! 20 In A RowFARMER'S ,

know anything; about It, ant} SERVICE MEN ]
aren't schooled) In it? And
Get Advice Before You Sign
did Kirk go one step too far
in the capitol when he took DIARYare

u ______ a poke (?I at his former *
Not all the crooks wear handlebar :found mat tne company owns: 1
marriage and the money his: Is here
The pecan .season football and politics.
mortgage on the place .
mustaches and diamond stick- only a
former wife was supposed to but where are the pecans? o 0 0 AND WOMEN:
pins like the nefarious villain in does not have title to the property have? This borders a little on In going about the area we've

the old-fashioned melodrama. and cannot-even if it want- the seamy side of a cam looked at a number of trees And perhaps it is just as ..

Some seem quite respectable ed to-deliver a deed. The man paign But both candidates and while we've 'seen a light well that he have sports relief like

friendly helpful and appear who originally built the house and who with the little money In volume on come of them, nota from football the\ to everyday serve as worries a of ,w e a ,

utterly incapable of beating gave a mortgage on it still has their pockets compared to single tree we've seen Is labor high costs of farming. II I 3Jr'rf q!
have I
could usual 4r
other campaigns the
down In
loaded
'
it
title to
anyone out of his hardearnedcash. a hot sun burning up berry
advisors,
some pretty sharp : are scouting
Buyers
But you can't judge a book One courthouse official declares continue to stumble and ground way. and that's more evidence plants, and other things. A -i

by its cover. that there have been at least 25 fumble away their opportune t.SuiJiclOags.. .*U1! 'gridiron "bomb" may not ) y

That's why some courthouse cases similar to this in recent be mighty slim this year. aofY4I"'P'fnlf.' reAr.'Oblems' but .!:
ities.Both than
where acting in the candidates: are on o It Is Infinitely better
officials are warning the public years, persons real v" Airman David W Jones
thing
the 6M +
about signing any mortgageforthat good faith have made paymentson a crusade against! crime and Big problem faring/ the By Sam McGarvey son of ''Mr end Mrs Johnny

matter, any legal instru- property, expecting it to be- gambling, and yet membersof berry growers now Is the 1.; Jones of Starke has been
both camps are the firstto scarcity of labor to set out and fans for technical train-
without advice of legal come theirs, only to find that the ball Is In full swing selected
ment individual or company to whom get the odds from the plants. Troy Bennett, of the are delighted with the long phone and mall dlsh'lbutingmany Ing at Chanute AFB. Ill as

counsel.For made could not bookmakers of Dade County Lawtey section said he has string( of victories piled up by pieces of literature to a Air Force missile maintenance -
instance there's the case payments were when the new one come out, fraction
so far set out only a our Bradford High Tornadoes help pulbllclze our area and specialist.
of an unsuspecting local couple give title to it. to see how thev stand In the of the acreage he had planned not to mention high- 'taking an opinion poll\ of the Jones recently completedbasic

who started paying $50 a monthon Persons making such payments current week. I've seen and mat he has been ranked Galois As they say Chamber members. We have training at Lackland(

a modest home place which should have a contract or an strange campaigns but I've held up by a lack. of help. over In LaKe Eutler, the only also held several planning AFB, Texas. His new school

they expected to own some dayon agreement for deed. Oral agreements never seen >i time when ONE o 0 two. things which will bring sessions to assist !In preparation Airman Paul D. Gilffls. Is part of the Air Training

the promise of the company or promises will not hold newsman full week ony! with Is the travelingfor Democratic The first cool In weather last week of, out a crowd in this section of the 1967 Bradford son of Mr and Mrs Paul Commandhlch conducts
the season came
holding the mortgage that a deed up in court. candidate and when County Fair. Griff of Lnv/tey, has been hundreds of specialized < curses -
and that' used to be a warning -
would be given to them afterthey Don't sign on the dotted line the Republican candidate to get some firewood rvv.vv.vv.vvvvvvv.vvvvSHOP We are Just concluding the assigned to Dow AFB, Maine.aftel' to provide technically
until had the benefit of research and preparation completing; Air Force trained personnel for the nation's -
for two you've
the pressthat
had made payments thinks so little of ready for the winter months. ,
years.. legal counsel. It might cost a he doesn't put out a In our case, we simply switch TALKBy material to be included in a basic training, 1966 aerospace graduate fore of Bradford He! Is

Now, after making payments little more in the beginning, but schedule so we have to call our heat pump over from new distributed Industrial brochure the Brad-to A 1066 graduate of Brad- a County High School.
be by
for several months, they finally will usually save money* and. his headquarters anytime we Cool to Heat-a task we findinfinitely : Peter J. Novak ford, County Development ford High School, he will be
and heartache in the long run want to find him, and some- easier orfour lI'h'Ing trained on she job as a fire
inquired at the courthouse know! General ;Sfanaterrvvvvvnvvvvvvvvvv.vvv Authority. This will be the New Corporation
times even they don't backs. protection specialist with the
Next week, a serious look at moat concise and informative Strategic Air Command. Chartered Here
brochure yet produced
TalkHow the governor's race, and no But we do have to get our Just do- about our county. It will be
Time To Act Not Today we plan on
kidding!
tenler plant and shrubs Into 100 of THANKS Secretary of State Tom
NOW LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Ing a little bit of rambling approximately pages CARD OF
the garden room where to let know factual information pertin- Adams announces' : the chartering -
In older you
Floridians
recently have you hearda designed to help them develop many disappointedwith they will be safe under lock more about the Chamber's"routine" ent to industrial application To the many friends who of the following' cot -
depend- will be grossly and key from Jack Frost and helped us so much during the poratlon: AnUel Inc 917 W
self-reliance integrity, activities.Our to welcomethe
friend or neighbor commenton the November 8th elec- We are happy
his Icy breath. Some of our loss of our loved one with Madison St. Stark" authorized -
ability concern for others, initia- those who President, Buford Mit- followlnrr; new members
the recklessness or thoughtlessness tion results, but hibiscus might survive over a your sympathy food and stock. 1,000 shines 'of
and whatever native talents will be the I have been doinga to the Chamber: Santa Fe
tive shout the loudest chell and
l : or wildness of our younger winter but we find that by beautiful flowers, we would common at 91 per hare
generation? How recently have they possess. ones as usual who don't goo bringing them Indoors they little traveling and visiting.So ..... Junior College" Buford Brand Mc-, like to express our most heart- Dealing In grocery buslne
t William T.
remarked on the shocking Girl Scouts learn to express the polls and vote. If you bloom easier the following far this: month we KInney felt appreciation. May God Incorporates Harbeth C
you want to gripe on the 9th of met with several Industrial and Ma). Vincent J. Spenuler
of people, adding their individuality through crea- season. bless all of vou. The familyof Cawthon Alletie AdamA..
behavior our young November, bp sure you exercise 0 prospects. Including eoiuo We hope tUs has Riven
have certainly! tive channels and gain experiencein Wesley Bryan. W Fisher Jf. all of Tamp.t
that things rlsht to vote on the the State of Georgia.
from
r your Thomas almost the activitiesof .
working and playing as mem- Young Arch you an Idt'of Filed Oct 10 by Dani! A,
changed since you were a teen- sth. BUT be sure you> know court We attendrd a meeting1 of
of Through Scout- got In the circuit your Chamber! In the PliiHtln Notebook $3.50 at the NauKhton. Gieenleal! Bids ,
bers a group. WHAT are Florida Development
ager? WHO and you dOllhouse at the High rally. the TKIJCGK.U'II.: Jack.soni!
We talk a great deal about the ing they discover that homemak- voting for. Find out what He was careful( to recognize Commission in Jacksonville course of a lI.onth.

young these days-but what are Ing-budgeting, marketing, planning each candidate local and Judges Georrte Patten and along with other peoplein

we doing about them ? Happily, and all the rest can be fun state, really stands for and John A. H Murohree, but the Florida Crown area.

there is something we CAN: do and that playing the role of an ac- believes! In. and study the nearlv overlooked Judge Jim- On another occasion we tooka 4

about them and this week i is the tive citizen of the community can proposed Constitutional Am- my Adkins. And:! how about tour of the St. Johns Riverin
i Through Scouting, mendments so that you can the dispatch with which the the Jacksonville area along
be stimulating.
time for action vote only for those that are big crowd there was fed at with 50 editors and! writersof
The Gateway Girl Scout Coun- our young girls grow into matur- good for tin! state of Flor- the fish fry' The Republicans Industrial and financial

cil is conducting its annual campaign ity, accepting their responsibilities ida. Be an INFORMED VOTER are making some head- magazines. In addition, we

in this area, asking adults !! as wives and mothers and as for the sake of your way In the state, but to real- have attended several social .

i to help finance its program of leaders of their community. state, yourself, and your fu- ly catch up they're going to functions, such as the annual 4 wPw. ..w

constructive activities for all We who talk so much about today's ure. have to get expert with Lisa banquet of the Gainesville .. wwM
This Is Starr and that's Area Chamber of Com-
to
youth have an obligation and hushpupples.:
girls, seven through seventeen them find themselves. This is the news though the Capitol merce and the dedication
years of age. help Keyhole. ceremonies of the 1966 expansion -
Your generous contribution to our chance to stop talking and We say LU-i, meaning mul- program- of the Hud-

this campaign will enable more act. Give all the support you can Wesley Bryan let of course the as that fishing Is the Industry son Pulp and fancy name
to the Gateway Girl Scout Coun- ation In Paiatka.:
activities
in
girls to participate
Services Held Is trying: to put over
Bradford
cil's campaign. At home In l
to make the old mullet more
County In addition to the
Wesley Bryan 57. died attractive. At far as we're Committe meeting

Wednesday. Oct. 19, in a concerned, a mullet Is a mul- Executive Chamber and the
of our
Telegraph Starke hospital after a brief let, and mlvhty good eating monthly Board of Directors
The Bradford County
I illness. Ho was born In and no worse for having a meeting, we have held conferences -

Established 1879E. Starke on Feb. a, 1009, the homey nam!. ,it's like corn- wPh. a number of i

QRID son of the late William M. edbeefandcabbage you people regarding; local affairs -
Julia Jones try to put on all the airs
L. MATTHEWS Bryan and Mrs\ can attended meetings of
Bryan who tesldes in Starke. you want to with It, but It Human Relations
w Editor and Publisher Besides his mother he Is will still steam up the kit- the Committee Starke, the Rotary Club

NO Florida'" Oldest Weekly survived by one son, Ralph chen and smell like DintyMoore' and Clvltan. met with local

C Newspaper Published Coa- P. Bryan and three grandchildren tavern. businessmen and farmers,

ci1TiO thmoinly caller: the Sane all of Starke. o *. and met with some Indus-

$ MaatheaJ.. Funeral :>service were held And speaking of food., Her trallsts to show them what Not So Long AgoIt
at 3 p. m. Friday at life Majesty the Housewife Is up county H like.
FublUhed. Each Thursday >a4 Entered a. 8eeen4! CUa* our
graveside in Crosby Lake In arms about rising prices, staff
Your Chamber office
Matter at the Act Poet of Office March at S, 187 Starke. FTa.Undr Cemetery' with Rev. W. A. and while the prices have has also been busy assisting might not seem like It. but almost tn yearn" have elapsed sites thin plintu-.

Hogan and Rev. Merle Pack- gone up. tine.farmer Is still people to rent their proper-. graph. was taken of dlgrnltarU--M! .at Starke'* fentonnlal celebration In 1937.
.. Trade A..... 1 Yr. W-5O a lMo. .10. ham officiating Interment getting 'the tame old small\ ties and helping others to From I left! Starka' then Mayor" W. T. Jackson; Guy Andrews, chairman of the

Outside Trade Arenl 1 Yr. t4; t M.. $ ","-. was In the family plot under share, .so ,he's. .rot. to blame. tlnd places to live, answering Centennial. Committee; Senator Charley" E. Johns, Governor Leroy CoUlni, awl Com-
direction of DeWitt C. Jones'uneral Inquiries by tele- aJttoloner ,
of numerous of Agriculture Doyle Conner*
Home. T2M fay madness foot-

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I m. ,Wod pastor.nesdaY. -Troy Johnson I Choir Practice Thursday 7:30: Week Prayer Service. Wedn-.| rp.l 1 .jnifeHnff with covered was a antece ea. daughters of Glen St. Mary 'i tlflcntfn for ala''* deed In heiRHIIItil rni-llflcHtca shall. he.. -rndeemsd' P. m. "NVI-' .1/.1..11. a.ncciirdlnir .
cvrtlflrlllwnunibQrH I
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7:30. Rev. Glenn
-I day : Law- dish luncheon tlli'l-pnn The I
12 Junior
noon. Mrs. Marzllla Thornton is
were visiting :Mr. and Mrs rind l years of I.ulln,' ', to law the props, > rvilot
SMYRNA MISSIONARY KINGSLEY LAKE hori, pastor.CALVARY Choir Sunbeams Intermediate ,- 111 >In King .Memorial Hospital.LAWTEY E. J. Raulerson last week. clnwrlptloii, nf the prupjrty.nnil i>rlhed In Hiirh certlflcntt 'or
BAPTIST CHURCH I GA, 3:30.: Junior G A. !Mrs. Crews Is Mr. Raulerson's] the riiinnH In wlilrh" It -..vnsUVHcHHl'd < ",'lIth-"t,," will bo sold to tint
BAPTIST BAPTIST
CIIURCU
4:30.: Deacons 1 ale" IK fiilldWN'i.'cTtirirnii. :: highest", hliMor at the court
rm.v..rrv.mv..m
633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Meeting, 7 p.m sister.rvvyVv..v..v.'LVY.1.
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Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10.. n. No. la. Your of lioune dour on Iho drat :\Jon'hj';
I services: Sunday School! 10 a. Wednesday Bible] Survey In month of Novombor. I'M';.
Morning Worship, 11 a. m Morning Worship, 11 a. m I iHHIIIlllilIIM. I!) ..
Class ivliluh Ja the 7th day of Su.,
m. Preaching. 11 a. m. Training 0:30: a In. Sunday Schoo
Training Union \ I.|)I>MI rlptlnn' i.r. I'r.prrtV. Let" .
OF OOO 6:30: p. m. Training Union, 6:30:: p. m \'mhpr. 1966.I
Union, 6:15: p. m. Evening Superintendents meeting R1 HI.K I I.:. "I'?rroHli' l.aKi
DIWAY CHAPEL Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Evening Service, T::30. Prayer St1.1'. l Dated" this Rlh day,| of Orf, >-
Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone i meeting, 8pm. Prayer Meeting HNanir ,
Weldon St. and RnifmdRoad. I welcome Elder T. C. Williams Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30: Meeting, Wednesday, 7SO: p 7 pm. Church Choir Jly Enza Blanchard Kirigslev{ LakeMrs. : ; MI wh"'h" HSHI.HI.il .Mid I ln-r.SBAX( 19116.,)
-Rev. Jim Rlgdon pastor. m.Rev.. R. H. Butler, pastor :Mi,..,nMnriiiH.. Inc. .
Sunday School 10 a.m pastor. practice 8 p.m. .........aarla. ..a....4......aaaaa. ...Aa All i"f HHHl. ,.. 1"|iinpMrl\, lif>lllHT InMlf ., Charlie" A. ParhyI'luk *
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST E. :M. Norton (C'tiiltitv, oT lltllill'i.." ,il 1 t. "iMuli'i of t'lrmlt our! of Binl.'
AIRPARK BAPTIST Thur'tdayi1 ltRtlrm. 1 0(
Evening Service. 7:30: p. m. LAURA BAPTISTSunday The WSCS met Tuesday Phone 333.2081rv.vv.nv..vv..vvrr.r u1'i riorlilii tin Couniy.: Florida
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Sunday School 0:43: a. m a.m. and 7 p.m. I nU-HH. niii, ,h .I'1't, 1,1'1.,10' IH 10/H It Id :.7DeWilt
Prayer ? 7:30 (l
Thursday Meeting, : School. 0:13: a m. evening of last week at the i
M l'nlnWor&hlp./ 11 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m Friday Primnry Choir
p.m. Young People's Meeting, Morning Worship, 11 a. m.Evenl.r4f parsonage with Mrs. Bailey as --
.Saturday 7:3O: p.m.Leroy Worship 7:30: p. m. Training Union 6:30: p m I Evening Service 7:30: p. m 3:30: p.m.F1RIT hostess. Mrs. Bailey broughtthe CHURCH SCHEDULES

UffhUey. pastor. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Prayer Meeting Wedneaud'ty devotional] and as this wa
; Kingsley Lake Baptist:
LONG BRIDGE B.PTISTnU'RCIl 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee p. m.Meeting-Rev. Wednesday R. E Bergstrom., 7JO, : 7.30 p. m. Training Union CHURCH.: METHODIST STARKE the regular( business meeting Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. C. Jones Funeral Home

pa.stor.BROOKER. Friday. 7:30:: ( p. m. -Rev. E. 1 there was no program.; During Morning Worship. 11 a., m.: ''
pastor. unday church School 1 the social hour refreshments RT.rumPIIO( : 9B1-2ROO
I Grlffls. pastor Training Union! 6:15: p. m.:
Sunday School 10( a. m..: BAPTIST 0:45: a. m. Morning Worship,
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST wale served t to the nine members Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m.:
Morning Worship 11 a. m.- HOPE BAPTIST CIICRCII 11 a. m. Snack Supper foMYF r'' present.. KEYSTONE( HEICJIITS-PHONE 473-.117S)
Sunday School 10 a. m.1 Midweek Prayer Service
Sunday School, 10 a. m
Evening Worship 8 p. m.; Morning [Highway 100 at Thereaiia/ ] 6 p. m. MYP meeting Mrs. H. C. V/ainwriBht. Mrs.
Worship. 11 a. m.. I Morning Worship, 11 a. m Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev.
Prayer ...Meeting: Wednesday Training Union 6:30: p. m Pre-Servicea I Booster Bant : Sunday School 10 a. m. instead 7:30.: Gospel Song Servic" George Roberts, Mrs. Bailey, Jim Rigdon pastor. "Come.| Rental Services

8pm Sing each Friday at Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer Young People, ard Pray' Morning Worship 11 a of usual evening!! Mrs. B. L. Wllklson, Mrs. Effle let us worshIp' together.' i
i service
Rev. 7:30.Monday
cab 8pm.tor. Harvey Lana Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30: ,. Service 1 1. 6 p. lu E'l1nJllltWonhlp m. : Miner and Miss Enza Blanchard ] Beulah] Baptist: Sunday'' HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL; CHAIRS
Training Union6:30 Girl Scouts, attended
: p a study course of
7 p. m. Midweek School. 10 a. m.: Morning>:
DEDAN BAFTtst:! ltt>0ker] m. 3:13.: First Peter Tuesday morning CKUTCIIES
ST. EDWARD'S!!! CATHOLIC Service Wednesday, 7:30: p Worship 11 a. .m; Training
Sunday School, to Evening Worship 7:13: Tuesday' WSCS executive of last week at First Method
STARKE a. m. m-Rev. D. L. Ramsey paa Union, 6:30: p. m.: Evening,
Morning Worship 11 a. m tor. m. committee Ladies Bible tat Church In Starke. Worship. 7:30: Midweek
Sunday Maw, 9'15 a. m. p.
TU"ltdaY-Novena Training Union 7 p. m. Evening Wednesday Night Prayer Classroom, 9:30: a. m. WSCS CHURCH ACTIVITIES Th.ennt.m. '! !. Wad. 7lit: n'l
7 p. m. Inquiry and Benediction Class.- Service 8 1'. m. Rev BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH business and program meetIng Grace Methodist -Sunday:, m.-Rev-R.:-I." Taggart,:-pas f

8pm. Lacy Conway, pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 10 a.. m. MYF* Trick or School 9:45: a. m.,. Worship 1:1 tor. Everyone Welcome I 1 4 'io'

Thursday and CHURCH Morning' Worship 11 a. mEv'nlng STAKKE Treat for UNICEF 6 p. m. a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Prayer PERSONALS 1 a
Friday OF GOD Sunday. Ort. 30 Sunday Circle Monday 9 a. m., Junior
( Worship 7:30: p. m.. Wednesday Primary.
Mr. and Mrs.> Harold K
Mass\ 7-30 n m. r r9:10: a. m. 422 N. St. Clair St otarke. I Pravt.Meeting.:' 7:30: p. m School 9:45: am. Morning Junior, and Youth Choir MYF Wednesday:: 6:30: p. m. at' Davis. Jr. are spending theh

for grade and high school students Sunday School, 10 a. m Wednesday. Rev. W. L Worship. 11 a.m., sermon, practice 3::15, the Church. Choir practicep. 7 vacation this week In New

]. Worship Scrvlcpa 11 a. m and Newmans, pastor.NORTHSlne "The Church," by Rev. Elwin ThursdayChancel Choir m. followed by Sr MYF. Orleans La.
7:30: p. m. YPBI.!: Wednesday Anderson evangelist. Training First Baptist Sunday a
Saturday Mass, 9:,30( a.. m rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. Randy Miller spent) Sunday
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, BAPTIST Union, 6:15.: E\enlng Worship School lOa. m.. Preaching 1]1 I 50A

IJEILBRON\l:\ BAPTIST Friday. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. s I Located on jayit"...sru* 7:30: sermon. "Saved But ryW..............y.yW. a. m. and 7:30:: p. m.. Training of with the James Weeks family
Belmore.
Sunday School William!), pastor. way (ISR 2251]at Ralford Road Lost. by Rev. Anderson. Union 6:30: p. m.. Midweekervlees
Morning 9:45: a. m I SR 161. Services: KundAjSchool. Monday _. Youth Choir Wednesday 7:30.: Mr. and Mrs Jim Moore of E
Worship 11 a. mT1'a1nlng FIRST PRESRYTFRIiVSunday : 1 RAIFORDBy
Jacksonville
sere Saturday:
10 Church of God
a. m. SunderMorning practice. Bible Survey Class Sunda
Evening Union, 6:30: p. m. School 0'45'1 a. m Worship 11 a. m 7 pm. School 10 a. m.. Worshlo 11 a. guests of Mr. and Mrs/ C. R. '
Service
Prayer Service., 7:30.: 7:00 Midweek Morning Worship. II 1m'l TraIning Union, 6:30: p. m. Tuesday WMU executive Mrs.! Earl Dobbs m. and 7:30: p. m.. YPE Wed Whitehead end daughters.' I ; C'V

: p. Youth Fellowship, 8 p Evening Service, 7::30. Mid- board:!, 11:15: a.m. WMS gen- Phone 49112601Rev nesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer Mr. and "'1rs. C. L. Hickev '.

. meeting 7:30 Friday. of Belmore. Mr. and :Mrs! E 'i'iJ.
: m
I e............."................. p. of Ir, rrr
.I Highland Biotlst Sunday Hickey Palatka. M. T i

/ School 9::45, Worship 11 a. m. Hickey of Jacksonville ant 'I

An investment Carlton Owens of Jacksonville ana: 7:30: p. m. Choir practice Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller r

In Your Future 7uiriwti brought a wonderful 6:30.: Prayer r.ieetlns Wednesday were Sunday dinner guests+' e
message to Raiford First Baptist 7:30.: of Mrs. Emma Riggs and Mrs.

;\ ] \; Church Sunday. Lawtey Extension FlomMakers' e Mary Shlpman ,!I If hi 11 '. 1 1A
f ff: fVJ11iiJ ''l Debbie O--iffls returned ,f CI
has
I :
t l Club met at the home 1 1a .tl 1'

; \J!! tU l 11 I home Mrs.from Mary the Freeman hospital.had asguests of morning Mrs J.for C. the Tve first on Thursday meeting )i' !I
I
ass ata 1'' as ti a.r sgaa Ylet Y air Friday, Mrs. Warren THE RIGHT POINT for the I e
since May. Mrs. Ernest Bailey.
wrltx. Come In and l
way yon
.. Hershey and faintly RonnieFreeman James Faulkner 1
-- I' Mrs. Mrs. select, your favorite ESTER.1
of Lake Butler and Faulkner and Mrs. B
Harry
BROOK fountain TELE
I Gene Freeimn of Los pon. ,
Angeles.
-
L. Wilklson Joined as! new GRAPH. .
I, / Calif. members. and Mrs. H. C.WalnwrlA'ht .

Childhood I Mis. Earl Dobbs accompan renewed her

PLEASURES / led Mr. aal:! Mrs./ Don New- membership. Plans were mad \ntl'A Of .Appllcnflon Fur Tninrrd

: innns and children of Starke for the coming; year. Miss .
..
.I'. in 1.1 n. I'. s.
on a shopp.nif;
t to Jacksonville
I trip ;: -
Martha Sue McCain :
:
presentedthe
.t.. NOTU'B !IS IIKKIIHV I '31VKN. ,
.i. }:i Friday night program./ The hostess ': that Mr T. J. Alflri..,n.,..II,
.Lia.r.ir.trf,1 I Mrs. Katherine Rosier and served rookies banana bread the hold"! "f tho '"II"WIIIII I II |
I11111Jr .
granddaughter Norma Jean and roffpe.We I'ertiriHt' liax flloil. sold .i ..

"R''n r a child if k-noiiii" hgI/ ,rN (h"1,/ 1 Parmenter of Jacksonville i I are sorry to note that

m "Kited Mr. pad Mrs Kisper SL's. Flem] Starling Is a pntl"nt
4ehether'' his u'ork/ lie }pure# and/ whether it j I Sapp and fjmllv over the i I In Bradford County Hospital
weekend.
.4 le right/ f Andrew Knlaht:: celebrated
*rr. and Mrs. Ralph Odom his 7th blr"h'luy anniversary!

"+,, A mother only has to glance at her child had as guests over the weekend \ with a party !given by his

:!, Ben Orlom of Wavcross I mother. Mrs. J. C. Knight.
ass +s .y to know It his play is puie, or if It Is Ga.. Mrs. Sailie Rosier Breeden Guests were Thomas Pad 'ett... TRY

leading to millchi and daughter Mnrnaree Glenn] Kemp end Archie Ros
I f. Our Father in heaven and .. _
Mrs. Grady Shadd and ier. The children had a won .
can as easily look on our hearts and judge! baby of Jacksonville. derful time plaving.;] Refreshments
Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Dobbs were served by Mrs. THE WORLD'STOUGHEST
our ways. .4 gnod wan out of the good and Mr. and Mrs. Don New- Knight.

treasure mans of Starke visited Mr Visitors cf Mr. and Mrs
of the heart b"lIyelh01'0; ,
t ; i "' good And Mrs. L. J. Mikell Jr. In Fred Moore and family

I things: and an tll'ilIIan/ out of the eel,) Sorrento Sunday. through the weekend were

Mrs. Alice Cason! had:! as their son Fred Jr. of Wildwood -
'treasure trinyrth forth/ evil things" guests Sunday, Rev. and Mrs Mrs. Moore's sisters,

Seek the Lord in his house BO that I CArlton Owens of Jacksonville Mrs. Cecil v/h-'e of Tampa
I and Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Miss Rachel Boyer ot i

your heart will be right,, with. God Ca ol1. Jacksonville and Miss Reene)
Gerald OiKf! was a business Moore of Jacksonville.Mr. 2DOOR.

I visitor in Gainesville and Mrs. O. J. Anders

Monday. spent Sunday with their son-
4' to The New River Baptist A. -
/ 1 in-hiw and daughter( Mr. and
"OCiational W.M.U met at Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and I

Ritford Thursday.: Thirtyfivewere children. ,
+
P presen': Rev Thomas Robert Starling> and his fi-

Moore field secretory. was ance. Miss Paula Sellers and
e 111 MaIO guest speaker. Lunch was served Frank Starlln' all of White-

R t noon( house, were weekend visitor;

J + i w Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Dlllman of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Calncy. ;.--
? 1 of l.erocbllnr'Islted< Mr. an-:' Mrs. Vera Brooklns of Columbus. -
1
Mrs. Bill! Sapp and Mr. anj 01I I.I visiting> her son->: fl

;; Mrs. 11. L. Sapp! Sunday af- in-law ant:. daughter, Mr. and I J'rfi4[

Tt hush( It ad's i cppointt, aginty( in this'.world for tprtad.ng, .ItnowUdgi of Hit.lore \ 'f1ftA t..pnnn" Mrs. Tnomas v. IJUCK am, .
for man and of'Hit, dimond for man to rtipond to that lovi by loving hit, neighbor' Without" y0\.LN':::\ MI' and Mrs. Tommy Bennett family. Llttls Linda Nolan ot 1I ., r'wetif=-alt --
>
Ihit,I, grounding, in rttf (avt of/ God, no govirnmtnl or ,tonity or way aIda/ will. la.g.: and 1 son rf Glen' St. Mary Jacksonville spent the week" I 1 wwpe G-

firiwi. and tht fritdami whICh wi hold*0 dear will, fftfvilob'y' pirnh ThiriFon, arm ::;.9- and Mr. and Mrs. James, with her grandparents the I II

from o width, point' of raw,sin should tupport Ihi (Church ,for 'thi .iak* of 'Iii, wilfaro, .j: I I Croft and daughter of LulIrlicd u Ducks. Her father Ed Nolan t. '
d f Mrniilf and his family., Bt/oruf" that,, howivir, Hey pawn (should uphold and par :-:; ::! their rnrents.! Mr. and came out for Sunday and took '

Ilopali" m lr>o Crtuftli bcauti it/ tilli. thi "ifuth obout mon''s "lift" diarh and dittiny' th. $ Mrs. Bill s."pp Sunday afternoon hU daughter back with him

Ilea urtirfh' alone ana ttt him'fre* lo fhti os a child ol, God ,ff'll'' 'f\\:. Miss Mary Ann Motes of

Coins: Adl..y.;, I Mrs. Fm: I Unto Dockery ofOreen Merrltt Island: visited her

Cove Swings was visiting grandmother Mrs. Effle Miner
Mr nd Mrs Marjell 1 II Friday .to Sunday. They wet'

Dobbs and Mr and Mrs. Ortn( Sunday dinner guests of Mrs I

These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following I Reddish! Jr over the weekend.( nettle :Miner and sons 1 in II

Sponsors I 'iMr. and Mrs Don Alvarez Jacksonville.Mr. .I

STARKE and daughter Linda visited and Mrs. Pasco Wilson
.BUILDERS UNDERWOOD Lawson Meat Market Mr. and Mrs V. O. Hall In of Jacksonville, visited their

SUPPLIES, Inc. Green Cove Springs Saturday.Mr cousins Mrs. Joyce Futch and I
j Restaurant & and Mrs.\ Ronnie Mc- Miss Elizabeth Terry Sun- Tlds-'new '
Featuring Aft, Hurdwnre. Motel AND COLD STORAGE: Clellan Chevy pickup( looks so good
Complete Paint and son of SylvanK day afternoon. you could rail it a 2:doo f

Sporting ConiU"CHECK SuppliPMand Spcrl.il.. ItiitPH. 'To Coinniprrliil Poop U'n Npnclall!' In Custom. Slaughter. ,:, On. visited her parents Mr Visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. J. \\You{ could. also call. it the toughest .

UITH IS New Free( TV-Air (nilitlimed, Inf, ('..tUnK St: Wrapping 1 ,: and Airs Mack\! Sweat at'' Anders on Wednesday and! Chevy pickup ever builf!!)
210VMhlngt St. T('n' AM SHOWER State Farm r\er the weekend Thursday were Mr. and Mrs I

North' 301 I'h. D 1-7(11( Prepared' For DeopOF Freeze <
Bradford nHsr"I I PnoNF 9fU.IIII1: Saturday of tijelr' grandmoth Mrs. Strickland: is Mr. Ander's more than good looks going for tire now protect( sheet metal against
er. MM. Ro,> Sapp. sister. splash I
you.
Rosier Monument Co. Mr. and M'' ,. Mallle Orlffls Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark ) t It's got new construction! to > Inside, the color-keyed cab't'
looks
158 W. CALL STREETPh. had as we-koid ImestRev.. and dlu: ht..,. Shirley( visited' bring you more and feels like a pleasant
960-6881 Starke Monument! For / 'i' and! Mrs j I durability, place: to work.
Fla.I Eseryewl J 1"l' ttI''' ,_,, ._ Williams! of their son-Ir-Iaw nnd: daughter. working ease comfort and There are a num
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!M\unir. r.icxMTR': '" ..__ Glen( St. M-ry, Mrs. Owen Mr. and :Mrs James Hall. ij. Check that new all of new safety features, toot
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Salters and aster Sallle. Mr.J In Jacksonville! Sunday. pickup box for an energy-absorbing
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Mkt. I'h. 9fD-t3! l: Home 78':.368.1 U.S. 301 NORTH and Mrs. .Jw pair and son Clelllan and Ion of SylvanU.Oa. : 'tailgate keep your load from der brake system. to name two. I
all of Jacksonville, Mr. and And here's
were weekend guests of leaving its mark another( thing the
Groceries-Meats-Feed Ph. 969-3801 Stark. .Fla. Mrs. Calvin Thornton of Pa- his parents t.ie L. M Me- good looks.! And new on Chevy's, new Chevy pickup's got going I

Gas & Oil DeWITT C. JONES latkn., Keith Griff Is and son Clellans. Dart is spending the have been taken to measures I for you: it rides better than
of Macclen.i help keep
Ph. !964-2182 9 Rtarite. Da. FUNERAL HOMES and Mr. and weekend with his grandparents out rust and corrosion. Like ;, Choose from 26 ,
:Mrs the Fleetsiderand
Charley E. Johns Karlls Ellington and:! j jtAir. '
children! _ I one-piecewheelhousings Slepside models,
Roy's TV Service Starke Ph. of take Butler. ana :Mrs t. J. Kauier-i !hats now at jour Chevrolet deaIe '
> 961.2600 Agency Mr. and Mi\ I *
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, CALL ROY FOR PROMPT: Keystone Heights And chlldiv. of Jacksonvillewere I aunt. Mrs. Russell 'Tyson InJacksonville. !
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. Ph. 473.3176 GENERAL INSURANCE Myrtle Sap[ and other rela Raulefon's sister and 7
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Nobody But Nobody tTndenelteC'hurley tlvps. daughters Evelvn and Opal.

, Phone 9618981BRADFORD t R. John Agency Mrs Fred, .> Cox: and child of Olen St. Mnry were vlsltInqr -

wi spent Flay in Jackson the RAiiIprsons.Mr. -- Trrlhif.t; brand: !! !new! 1 :breed of pickup at

MOTELA Sinclair Refining Co. xilloMr : (ind.;! Mr;. W. R f fBobol .. ?.. ..1J.r.Q: i!role't. !L dealer',4!!. < '_ J",

\V. I.. TlioniiiH, Distributor. Hurst Shell Service \ Join io M.\oll.j: left t Starling( announce the (arrival: 09 8144
SUPERIOR MOTEL: Pi-Mav" for California( to bo of twin sons In nn Ot'llndol: .
America's Most Hospitable Motels (loOI.IS't:04fURnStx.; : 1 : ..: CARL HURST] with free hii-iMnd' who is stn- hospital on Saturday: Oct j
Fuel Oil and. Air Conditioned Free TV Starling CHEVROLET
and Coffee 603 .I.Ph.U'nlnirt.06-I-SH61 Stnrke Uwy. 301 & 100!) Ph. 61-6111 DUtrlft (" .Inference18 are the paternal granaparents. / Inc.

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Case There Is Any Question About My Endorsement of Robert King High :: ;.,, '

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"It would be a travest to have a Republican Covernor: the majority of Florida Democrats to select him in "Partisan politic aside let us seriously! consider. .r.
sitting with. a predominantly Democratic legislature. the recent
primary to be chief
executive: of our great
: several important factors: First it would lie a travesty "
and growing fe. If Democratic principles ,.
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case question about ,
any my endorsement anything,. it .is now our duty to close ranks and In predominantly Democratic legislature. The result '
of Robert King High for election as Governor i
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carry through mandate of the majority In probably would be the blocking of constructive
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of Florida I want to dispel it here and
now. the general election. It has long been the practice
legislative program that be offered either the r
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Under the Democratic Bob has been may
process -High of the other party the Republicans 1
split its! G
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governor or legislative I have '
leadership. iluselywitnessed ? '
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nominated by a substantial majority of Florida Democratic ranks and through disunity} maintain its record for 1
a situation like that at the federal level
voters to be their Governor. His long ineffectiveness
experience complete in Florida
politics. We Dem and it is not good. In such case the effective func
and'proven ability as chief executive officer of ocrats'cannot afford to follow that. example. Florida ;
tioning of the
our largest'city, Miami, and his announced positions cannot. afford it. .-. legislative process suffers badly. This j f
on matters vital to the state and its people persuaded calamity should be studiously avoided."

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE
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the opportunity of inspectingall I ,..............,...................'......... I --4

! i KEYSTONE trying fire on lighting hats' equipment checking, NEWS NOTES MELROSE Clay Demos i Indians Stand At 3-3 With I

gauges, blowing sirens, and Sponsor Fund
I taking a complete tour of the By Helen Egan

HIGHLIGHTS I station.Chief Wingate explainedthe a, Sally Rothhammer 'Raising EventClay 12-0 \Win Over Georgia Christian

EASTERN STAR A A..A .
firealarm system, the
!( By Mary Schaeffer "Tattle tale" chart, and how Worthy Matron Dorothy Duplicate bridge winners County Democrat.!9 Keystone beat Georgia

t'i fi Phone 473-4127 firemen know exactly where Koons and Worthy Patron last week \\ue: l 1st t place-- gathered Saturday night ir 1 Christian icre last Friday.

the fire Is. He said that the Floyd Koons arranged a colorful Mis. Evelyn Pennln:_,ioth and I the Green Cove Springs elementary ., 12-0. to pull Itself out of the

time between the alarm and courtesy to the Past Mrs. J. P. VOile 2nd place-- school auditorluir 1 losers ranks The Indians
IMPLICATE BRIDGE 1 I I Four of the Keystone la- the men getting to locationIs Matrons and Past Patrons of tied Mrs. C. W. Haidy Mrs ,VV ', for a $5-a-Mute fund raisins!I row stand 2-1 In conference
CLUB TO MEET |, dies distinguished themselvesby appioxlmHtely 2 to 5 min the Chapter at the regular F. T. Hosua: and Ml s B. A. dinner, to help elect a full!I play and 3-3 for the season.
V The Keystone Heights Duplicate winning. in the meeting on October 18. The slate of
A group utes. Allen Mrs. J. P. Foster 4th i Democratic nominees: Statistically the Indian
Bildge Club will playt May Henderson and Voncile I The boys boarded a Navy unusually clever "Trick orTreat" place- -Mrs. Mary Cook and .4 ;/V I In the November 8 genera I were much better than the
Masonic Hall Thursday Ketch tied fOI second low courtesy was authoredby election. indicated
bus and had a guided tour Miss Iva Hlllyer score as they penetrated -
Nov. 3 at 8 t p m. Paul Rem- I putts. In the B group Fran of the base. At the firefightIng Conductress Paddy D. Gll- A bridal shower was given 1 Fred! Karl of Daytona L the 20 yard line on

linger of Jacksonville will be Chesslngton tied for second area a simulated air- ile.A Miss Donna Meachem. Fil- I Beach, one-time candidate. three occasions and were
on hand to start the playing low net. plane fire vas extinguished social 'tour followed In day night at the Woman's a5 I for Governor told the grou) forced to relinquish! the ball

off right. All interested play- I Meanwhile, on the home by a fez truck. After the the banquet hall, which was Club. I that Democrat Robert Kin!I on downs by the stubborn __
ers are Invited to attend. :, front 12 ladles played in a fhe-drill, they boarded 1 the festive! with decorations and The movi'j "Fantastic Voy- I High was the best qualified; General defense.Oeorgle .
TREASURY CITATION j low net tourney with Pansy refreshments In the Halloween man now running for the Christian was held
bus
again >and went to the age" playing at the Plaza In I
PRESENTED TO POST I Hawes the winner of the 18- flight line where all types of motif. As.lstliiR In serving Gainesville was 'lewed by E Governorship, and predicted 1 to 20 yards en: the ground

OFFICEC. hole group, and !Mittle Hay- jets were tied down. The were Mrs. LOis> Walker. ;Mrs the sixth grade clas*. of Melrose his! election on November 8 and 16 in the air. and was
B. Gladden. Regional'! nes inner of the 9-hole boys saw two AD Jets takeoff Lillian Norwood and Mrs High School Karl said that High's opponent unable to move the ball
FridayI
Director of the Post Office! group.A I Margaretta fkhroeder. afteinoon. Claude! Kirk, had promulgated enough for a first down.

Dept. In Ailapta. Ga has I new member: of the club. I The tour Included a diive .. Under chairmanship of I A square dAnce toi all the a program: for Florida Keystone scored! first with
presented the Keystone| ""Martha: Hayes played with through one oi the big hangars Ways and :Menus' I churches In the
Heights Post Office the An-,: the local group on Thursday. I and a look at the parachute Mi s. Georgia: :'. Commlttee'j 'will be held at the ParIsh CommissionedWarrant and could not be accomplished first quarter. The drive began POUND FOR POUND.
nual Treasury Citation lnl Oct. 20. She and her hus- test building. They saw ed by Mrs.( JOl<.' i House this Saturday:! at 7:30: without the enactment on the Indians' 38-yard I II aggressive: halfback Danny

recognition of the achievement band Bob moved to Keystone the barracks where the men plans are being p m., 25c o<'r person Officer of new taxes In I line. Stefan Brokas carried I Ilinrk it probably the In-
of attaining 100 perCent Heights from Jacksonvillelast I live and they returned to the annual Fashion Show on The Cub Scout Pack :MeetIng spite of Kirk's promises.He for six and five yards, re- diana' final consistent,

participation In the June. They recently Join- the fire station, where their Nov. 12. There will be door will meet Oct. 27 at 7-30: Michael W. Foster son of quoted:! Sen. Spessart.I spectively. t tl<> move the ball: ground-galru lie also
'Savings! Bond Program. j ed the country club.lUKE I host treated them all to a prizes, entertainment by home p. m. at the Melrose Metho- Mr. and Mil Charlie P. Foster L. Holland' endorsement of down to the 49. Then left plays an outstanding game
$ This award Is being pre-! SALE RESULTS cold drink. During the break talent from Keystone: and Melrose dist Education 'Building of Keystone Heights, recently HIgh as proof that the Democratic halfback Johnny Moon elud- on defense and Is tops In

'. ented to all installations Members or Cub Scout the chief and crew put on a and fashions by Eagles The Eliam Baptist Church graduated as tm aviator nominee was not an. el! tacklers for 51 yards and team spirit.
tiaving 5 to 24 employees 1 Pack 305 held a Bake> Sale fire demonstration which included of Starke. had a Brotherhood Breakfast from the Army PrImary "ultrallberal" and: that his I the touchdown Mickey Bro-
that have achieved 100 percent October Afore than a hundred !guests Fort experience In Government, kas "
on the
15. and would I the use; of the fire extinguishers before servloea Sunday mornIng Helicopter School attemrted kick horse Stefin Brokas. and
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. I participation in the pro- like to thank all the merchants Each boy had enjoyed the Taste Supper -. A revival began on Monday Rucker. Ala., and was commissioned would make him a better which failed.In the more flashy performances -
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eram.. The plaque received who permitted tables, the opportunity to actually I last Saturday night which Oct. 24 will enl. Sunday. :. as a variant offi- Governor than' the inexperienced the second quarter. of Johnny Moon and I
by our post office Is now in front of their places of put out an oil fire with C02I was a financial and social night Oct 30. services 7'30 cer. I Kirlc. Keystone received a punt on Danny Hlnrk: netted 279!
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!! ''hanging. In the stamp lobby. business. I I Dry Icel extinguisher success p. m. except Saturday night.Rev During th" 20-week course, Karl was Introduced by their own 4f 11> and began to yards rushing, while one
Postmaster Gladys Tints Thanks to the sunny At noon, the boys gave the IIOMEMAKEKS CI.t'B' James D Dampier he was taught: various filing Rep. Louts Huntley of march The cffense moved to pass was completed of the

has been highly commended I weather and the generosity chief and his crew four Seventeen members and Pastor, Unaka Baptist techniques and tactical maneuvers Orange Park who also introduced the 18 and" lost the ball on two actual) thrown for 19
, by Mr Gladden who In his of many kind people the I grand howls and headed guests attended the October for helicopters supporting Democratic leaders of downs. Georgia Christiantook yards.

letter of notification said : I Cubs realized a profit of homeMaking. 19 meeting in Clay Electric ground troops In VietNam Clay and neighboring coun- over, but couldn't move "Savage of the Week" a-

"It Is a credit both to your $51.17. I the trip were Cubs Hall. New members Joining speaker at the last PTA and also received instruction ties.J.. the ball. Keystone receivedthe wards no to Stefan Brokas

. leadership and the prudence The dens competed for an Barry and Jimmy Andrews at this time were Mrs. Au meeting, and showed a film. In helicopter maintenance C. Sap!>. secretary of the punt on their 35 and and Johnny Moon. Brokas
: and patriotism of your personnel" award that will be presented Gary and Dana Goetzman dine Brooks and Mrs. Henry "Boy With a Blindfold.: to and Gurvlval tech- Clay County Democratic Executive drove to the one-foot line accounted, for 157 yards In

! that they have made later Den Mother Fran Tur- Timmy Murrhee, and Flank Fluegir present the Idea of donatingeyes. niques. Committee announced where the ball) was lost on 34 carries, and !Moon made
such an outstanding record. knett's Den 3. stationed at Bailey all from Den 1: Bill Mrs. A. H. Lagasse was appointed This matter of eye- Foster! entered the ArmyIn that a free fish fry will downs 98 yards In 14 carries, Including -
TEEING OFF the Post Office came up In Beam. Steve Nelson Kevin chairman of the nomInating wills may be a little clearer October 1965 and was last be held Saturday night Nov. Keystone dominated the a 50 yard touchdownrun

. Ten ladles from Keystone first place, with a total pro- Wyman Mike Methvln. Don- committee for 1967 to follM because Of this timely assigned to Fort Wolters, 5, at Mlddlebunr. and Invited second half: as It did the for the first tally late in
: Women's Golfing Assn drove fit of $27.04. Den Mother Pat ald Wingate. Darrell White. officers. Mrs. Deltha Hlckett film. Texas. He i Is a 1962 graduate the public to attend. first, staying the Generals' the first quarter.

I to Inverness Thursday Oct. Parson's Den 2 was second Foey Ricks Danny Rauler- Mrs. Geneva Chab. and Mrs. LIOSELLASfEET: of Bradford County High 40 yard line the entire time Keystone's defensive play

20 to pl3v In the 9-hole with $15.75. Den Mother Jean son, and Den Chief Zachery Fluegge will attend the leadership Llonella Kitty McOlave School and attended St. NEW ZONING ORDINANCE The Indians drove deep Into has been outstanding, and in

V Golf A-Round The ladles Methvin's Don 1 turned In, Andrews frc.n Den 2; and meeting In Oreen Cove was hostess to the Llonellason Johns River Junior College. READING COMPLETEDIn : Oeorida territory three timesin most Instances so much a
Freda Wyman. Fran Chess- 838. Billy Rose very kindly Larry Turknett. Bruce and Springs on Nov. 2. The November October 6 at her home on the second half before team effort that it is almost

, Ington. Kathy Redfearn, Jan donated a check for $5. Kevin Bannon, Steve Ashton study will be on floor Lakevlew Drive. As a special 1 day night.a special the meeting Tues- scoring again.Dissident !impossible to single out any
KeystoneHeights
Batts May Henderson. Fran The boys and Den mothers Lester Ketch. Terry Davis. care treat, no business was conducted I Church. Elizabethtown.Tenn. City Council completed fans, who have one player for recognition.The .
. Livingston. Vonclle Ketch. wish to than every one. Gerald KI-th, Leon Rid- FAITH PRESBYTERIANRev. but Instead, the is guest minister. been so vocal In their criticism entire defensive unit
its lint reading of a
Zee Tolles. Su Dwyer and CUBS VISIT CECIL FIELDR. aught, and :Mark Kiefer from John B. Cunningham, members were treated to a The Bess Tyler Circle will of Keystone'( "three should be commended for Its

\ Owynn Bachmann, all enJoyed J. Wlngate, Fire Chiefat Den 3BIBLE. pastor of the Presbyterian Fashion Show featuring knitwear meet at the home of Mrs. proposed The new ordinance zoning will ordin-be yard and a cloud of dust"'" outstanding play, spUrt. and,
ance.
playlni! golf on a lovely Cecil Field Invited the CLUBS BEGIN Church of Cascade Va. completed Wilbur Sapp. Thur. night at tactics should realize from team effort.
Riven further study before
course. an1 a delicious boys of Keystone Heights Another year of good Bible Inspirational servicesat Edythe Jackson has had to 7:30: p. m being at the statistics of this and past The Indiana' meet their last
votel possibly
: on
,luncheon in the attractive Cub Pack 305 for a day of -centered activity is plannedfor Faith Presbyterian Churchon resign from her office as vice Rev. Al dteuart: Peggy and the next regular meeting.days Kames Just nhy Coach Rho- conference foe at Branfordthis
V club house sight-seeing on Saturday, children of Grades 1-8 at Oct. 27. He is an ex-Mod president, so Llonella Kitty. Teena Rothhammer. Carol den, has been reluctant to weekend. The game will

Oct. 22. The boys gathered at the New LICe Bible Clubs erator of the Synod of Virginia has graciously consented to, Chamblee, and Linda Price pass or run an end sweep. be played tonight [Thursday
KEYSTONE I City Hall at 8 p. m. full of pep I sponsored by the Children's and Is also an accom- flU the office. Edythe has I attended a Sub-DIstrict'' for minor surgery. The Indians, in attempting ] so as not to conflict

and enthusiasm. By 8:15: the Bible Mission and conducted plished organist, although he long and irregular hours on Council meeting the Wes-. Mrs. W. A. Raley's friend this type play, rushed the with Gator Growl and the
Drive-In; Theatre. V I II convoy was ready to leave. bv Miss. Reba Thompson and Is sightless.COMMUNITY. an Important Job ley Community: Church In) iMrs. Ann Howard' of Dade season by playing) / Santa UP Homecoming activities,

I' Cubmaster Jack Bannon Miss Ann Bell, as In other CHURCHThe On Nove.nber 2. Jo Wildt Gainesville Sunday evening City spent three days visit. Claus with gifts of long as well as preparations for
Fri.. Il f fOd.. 28. 29!) had ample iclult assistance vears. Meetings will begin llth annual conferenceof will be hostess at the regular Albert Schoeneman Art last! week. hard-earned yardage. the PTA Carnival to be held

who furnished transportationas ;: Monday. Oct. 31, at Hope I I the Florida Fellowship of monthly meeting which win!! Wheeler and Claudt Martin MaJ. Gen. R. P. Hollls house Their "retrograde movement here Saturday nlaht.STATISTICS.
well. Jacc!' Methvln. Bill I Baptist: Church. Theres-sa" I Community Churches! held at feature a lesnonstratlon of attended Leaders Trainingof guests for several days are ." in attempting to pass. !

Beam Fran Tuiknett. Mrs The Keystone Club will meet I Clearwater Beach Community methods of making/ Christmas t- Boy Scouts at Interlachcn, their daughter Mrs David gave;: up more yardage than KIIS GA
Andrews, and Pat Wlngate Tuesday, KOJ 1 1. at the Fred Church. Oc*.. 16-18. was attended corsages and other dec Saturday and! Sunday. At the Prltchard and four childrenof the Generals' offense was First Downs 12 0

were the dilvlng committee Dodd home. These meetings by Dr. and Mrs. A. C. orations. Be sure to be thereat Boy Scout meeting Thursday Am erlCIl'I, Ga. able to obtain. The score was Yds. Rushing' 279 20
Ann Ashton accompanied will be for one hour after Holt, Col. and Mrs David 8 p. m. nt ht. pins were given to the Roy Griffin was very hap- 57 yards lost by the Indians Yds. Passing 19 16

:Mrs Turknett to help maintaIn school each week. There is Nelson. Mrs Alma Frost. Mrs. FIRST BAPTIST ChURCh mothers of their son's ad- py last week He caught a against a total of 36 yards Passes! 1-2: 2-5
law and order. no denominational emphasis John Bird and Mr. and Mrs. The Womnn's Missionary vancnments and rank. Refreshments 13 lb. bass en Lake Santa Fe. !allied by the:! Generals. The Penalties 4O( 5

The grow arrived at the I All boys and gills arr William Wal Mrs. Walz was! Union held their annual wa.i: enjoyed after I The Melrosc Mustangs will Indians were! a little more Fumbles Rec By 0 1

destination. about 9:15: welcome.By elected for another term as planning day on Monday the mcetlivj: Hosteses were play Taylor Junior High of tight-fisted than usual In Punts 2-33 8-30

V'V'V after a pl a.mt drive with memorizing! Scriptureverses treasurer. morning):, Oct. 17, at the Mrs. Schoenrman. Mrs: Pierson here next Thursday giving up the ball only one Ga Christian 0 0 0 (0---0
V singing :and:! typical boys' and books ot the Bible FIRST BAPTIST home. of Pl'cldent.; Mrs. LMJ- Wheeler and Mrs. Martin. night, because! of Gator time by fumbles.: Keystone 800 6-12:
V talk They were welcomed to and by perfect attendancethe The New City Associational mon Ward, on lake Geneva Melrose Brownie' Troop Growl actlvit'es' in Gaines\ Keystone. relaying on the Johnny Moon-50 Yd Run.
the base and the fire station children may earn Annual Meeting was held at The Association President. No. 157 recently< enjoyed a ville. team's hard-running "work- Mickey Brokas--1 yd run
by Chief Wlnaate. They had awards up to and including the First Bapt<&t Church last Mrs. W. B. Mundy of Starke. hike to the Junior Woman's

a week of !summer camp week. A covered dish supper led members in planning for Club Park !and had a demonstration -
Parents won't encourage \'.'as served to around 200 coriect fire-
you the new yea!'. Those' attendIng on
your child! to come and members anti delegates, representing building tittivht, by Mrs. Billy -
were Mrs Stella Stanley
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS
Got Your Heart Set brlntr his Bible and one of his ; 21 churches. Sec.-Treas.; Mrs A. E. Anthony Singleton The Cfrls tried
friends to the very first The former pastor Rev. chairman t.helt hands ul building fires.
will be welcome !- Bowcn, left recently to take proirram roistod marshmallows -
meeting? You ;Mi-s. Fred Elils; Community ns thy!
I too. up his new dutes; at the Bap- and cooked their own DIRECTORY
On A New 1967 Car? Missions: MM, Cora Marsh-
A limited amount of trans- tist Church in Hawthorne. burn. Circle Chairman Mrs meal. The sir's were accompanied -
:
nor tat Inn will' b" provided for Candidates fGr this pulpit will L. A. Powell. O. A. Leader: by11'11.; Dock Tison,

And Wondering WHEN and HOW bus pupils wno live not more be time.Invited to serve from timeto and a visitor, Mrs. Henry Ix- der: Mrs Gene Sapp As- UM'MANCES I BEAUTY SHOP | PACKAGE STORE
than two miles from meet- i President of the New RiverBaptl.t sistant leader: Mrs Bud
You Can Swing: the Deal Financially. i Ing places. For further Information PERSONALS;; WMU. Mr. Ward Thompson. Troop Committee I KEYSTONEBEAUTY THE BLUE PINES
call Keystone Mr. and Mr!! William Walz the Chairman: and Mrs T V Service Center
Joined ladles for lunch
The Answer to "WHEN" Is! 1 Heights 473-4782. enjoyed a recent visit with _The uU Nell _Pearce Circle met SlnglPton. The Brownies are SHOP Package Store &
LIONS NEWS their cousin, Mrs. Hubert D. planning Halloween Carnival J. It. TItlES Proprietor
'" on Tuesday morning, Oct. 18 a Edith: Johnson. OntMrPersonal COCKTAIL LOUNGE
The Answer to 110\\ is
Now. on
I Heights Lions Jones, at Memorial Home meet- ,
Keystone for their ext troop
at the home of Mrs. Mike. !Authorized Motorola Plillco Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M' Except
official Community, Pennev Farms. into
invested
a Low-Coat t Auto Loan From UK. are anticipating the Adams on Lake Santa Fe ing. Pecent'y Sales and Service A Creative Sunday
Mr and Mrs. Frank Price
visitation of District Governor 157 wereDarin
Mrs. Adams. the Circle Chrman Brownie Troop Hair StylingIiumidimJ Dance Kwrv: Saturday Night
SrrvKe On All Makes
Terms To Suit Your Convenience. I Morris Skipper on Mon- has been spending several conduced the business Brumbaugh. Janice Beauty Care 4 MILES' EAST OF

day. Nov. 14. at their regular wee-ks with friends ,and telatlvei meeting :Mr. Edith Jewlson Smith. Patricia Rldaught TV RADIO !STEREO Every Form of Beauty Culture KF.%-STONF. HEIGHTS
dinner meeting at 7:30 p. m at their former horn" and Janet Simmons.
the call to Tues.-Sat. 9-5
pave prayer, and COLOR TV Open ;
KEYSTONE STATE BANK : This will not be a Ladies:! in Ossinu. N. Y. Mis Gene isiilflngton pre Carolyn -II'on. Bill Harris Closed Monday REAL ESTATE

Night Mrs. Pearl Wilkinson of sented an interesting program Irma TI:4I: )". and Bob Fish Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals KcTHtnn* Height.. 4734IW3DUAfi
: The Lions International!! Cross City )las been visitingher attended Homecoming Serv- Keystone IlelfhU. 473-4611 LAKE LOTS
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone' Heights FIa.TMYour from the: Royal Serv-
,
Peace Essay Contest Is to son-in-law and.: daughter ices at the Orange Heights! Lake Geneva S9SOO (Term)
Friendly Bank In Your Friendly I generate thinking on new the Bud Anthonys.The ice. Mrs. Adams served refreshments Baptist Church Sunday an to eight members Auto Sales & Service Trailer Lots S5OO Term.IOUTOAOF. .
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means to world peace. The Walter Scheibes! of visited their grandmother up
Community. I deadline for the local contestIs Spring Lake no sooner returned and one visitor. !Mrs. Scott Tison. : :\ BROKER
The Fay Taylor Circle met CUTTINGALL APPRAISAL, SKKVICB:
WEED f :
home
from three weeks
December 10. so boys and a Mr. and Mrs Jerry Stinson
trailer tour than they have Tuesday morning Oct. 18. at and children spent last week- TYPES!!: AuoolateN:
.. .. II the home of Mrs. A. E. An- SPRING MOTORSComplete Mrs. M. Ilgen. 473-4816
Drag Line Work ,
I taken off again Their first end with her parents, Mr
trip took them to visit relatives thony on Lakevlew Drive. and Mrs. Floyd Courtney of i J. C. (\RS.I: I Capt. R. Lovorn, 473-4
; New Circle Chairman Mrs. Service & Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN Phone 064-OO74 S.E.McKay Realtor
In the foothills of the New berry_ ,
Catskill Mountains of New I CORA Marshburn, presided candidate James .
Officer KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
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FREE FISH FRY York, and scenic spots In over the business meet- Troy McGuire and Donna Electrical; Sales & Service I Phrm8 475-4M
several other states. Now they ing. Plans were made for the Meachem were married Oct "If It'. For A Volkswagen I

have repacked, together with year. Mrs. Stella Stanley was 22. In the ,rhapel at Ft. Ben- We Have It." Yeoman's Electrical H ESTAURANTSBeidler's
Schelbe' and In charge of the program I
Mr brother Ga.Weekend.
I I wife of Jacksonville and Mrs. Anthony served refresh- nine guests of Mrs. Always Plenty! of Good Used Sales & ServiceI I Holiday
ments at tne close of the Volkswagens In Stock .
FrigidaIre Appliance
ore vl.sltlmr relatives In AShe- Nell noundtrce were her sis Restaurant
ANDDemocratic I vllle. N. C. meeting. ter. Mrs. Mtda Wilkinson of Green Core Sprint. 214-9201! Maytag Washer.
hERE 'N THERE Ocala: and her daughter. Zenith and Motorola TV l Under Nw OwnershipGIL
Mrs. Leamon Ward Mrs. PARRDESFtn :
I
Mrs. L. C. Grey of Jacksonville Siegler Heater
Nick Chab. arid. Mrs. Fred O. Bo 1M Food !rlc.4
; AUTO SEUVIdE P. *: MalroM Moderately
girls planning to enter .
I Ellla:) attendeJ the New River 1. Witherspoon left Phone 475-371 OPFMT, 7 DAYS WKKKLY
should start giving this ser :Mis A
Baptist Association WMS at Full Dinner. lunches.. -
ious thought. Monday for an extended visit
RallyMIDDLEBURG Ala Cart*-Italian\ Fond
In
the First Baptist Church
Charter Members\ and Old with her sons In California. KING'S NURSERY; PIZZA PIES
Raiford last Thursday.
Monarchs Gene Williams. Mr. and Mrs John C With- BECK: !:

Tommy :l,1'!IlIcan. Edward On Wednesday Bill! evening, erspoon and family of Santa Service Station O.C.Carnes Nursery 1 Block North of Red Light
Oct.
19. and Evelyn
and Ann. Mr. and Mrs. ThornaS
Bleha. Julius Hanson 100. KfI"vQ.rnw T4wTfDs'rqUSED
Florahome
Illway 23
Scales were dinner guests of -
SCHOOL were honored at the last dinner Witherspoon and family
meeting. In the absenceof Robert and Hilda Jackson of Long Bsacn! and :Mr and USED CARS AT Mlle SE of SUrka CARSWE
the occasion being the Scales', Nursery Stock -Thousands -
of
President Wlldt. Marshall I Mrs Burwell Wltherspoon BARGAIN PRICES I
Silver ((25UU, wedding anni- of Plants &: Fruit HAVE GOOD
), SATURDAY NOV. 5 4:30: 7 P.M.. President Donaldson ulonz presided.with Lions The, versary. Santa Louise Ann.and Trent Culbrethof Trees to choose from. Nice Used Cars and Tracks

George Mass and Frank Mrs. Anna S. James was in Wavcross Oa. stopped by ELECTRIC Shade Trees, Evergreens At Saving Price

Mooney, was attending a St. Petersbjrg! last week for a short visit with Mr and AND ACETYLENE &: Landscape Plants. All) We'll Get It For Yea

Clay! County Democratic Executive Committee Zone meeting In Hawthorne. where she attended a lunch- :Mrs David B. Rape on their WELDING In containers -plant any If We Don't Have It
: eon for nurses-:-some retired Ume.
I Past DUtnct: Governor way home from MiamI. Mr. HXLROSB 4T4-JU1 Camellias & azalea Vernon Buff Garage

, Charlie Thompson was guest come Mill In active duty. I Rap has be'n In the Brad- Let tu do your La.odaeap1 Uwr. 11" Keystone H....
I OMitimied on hart peg.) ford County Hospital aevera) Plao a* IS4-I8M 471- 4J7* jif

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requested to come help
I ter, and paternal: grandfather. {'EllETEIt'OItKINU are
I with the clean-up work. An
In the Starke Area KEYSTONE RECREATION NEWS\ Andrew Harris of Max- There will be a working ot east gate of the Camp Bland-

ville.Mr. the Beulah Church I Clay reservation will be open
know where tfio In Crowd ? HILITESFrom and Mn. Merle Pad- Ing
;you is gett of Middleburg announce County! "old" cemetery on from[ 8 to 9 a. m.

At Quality Buick deaer&Whero! ( else?) -. the birth of a daughter Deb- Saturday. No. 5 All persons
your I..n.. Fluff FootballIn team able to score. In the ::rd ,Interested ,n the cemetery
[ Preceding Page I bie Mae. Oct. 8th in a hos-
tueaday: night games. quarter Steve Strickland, on a I
pital In Orange Park Mrs
BUICK CO. vere former co- Oct. 18, Slnol.il 011 Increased double reverse went 23 yards\
GREEK
These nurses Padgett Is the former Liza
av workers with Mrs. James their record to 2-1 rolling past for 'the score The PAT Toy Mae Mosley of Clay Hill
Baldwin 4T-12. In the second Danny Luke was good and
132-134 N. Court St. Starke when they were all trainingat Mr. and -Mrs. David Hatcher Elect -
Hospital In game Bradford. Barber Shop Conner increased its lead to
Cook County of MldcPehurg announce
I continued 111-0.I: The 4-tli was
their winning; way quarter
Chicago.! Many of them are the birth of a !son. Oct 18,
43-7. scoreless and Conner 13-0.
defeating: Pest Control wad ChaunceyMOORE
servedo.orseas
Lenlonnalies. having In Orange Park hospitalMaternal
an
Mrs. BBS remains on tup with n In the second game, Lawtey
In WWI.
grandmother 1 19:
perfect 3-0 record. This week won a hard-fought game from
James was also observing her game will be played on Thursday Holiday Inn 1S\ -O. In the 1stqimittr. Mrs. Elsie Manning of Clay

birthday while: on her little night Oct. 21, and will ,. neither team was able Hill and paternal Kiarupai-- '* n a

-ojourn. She returned Wed- match Baldwin against BBSIn to He-ore. Lawtey got on the I ents are Mr. and Mrs" Ed

t f.w n-sdny. Oct. 19. the first game and Thomas'Sinclair st-oi-oboiird early in the 2nd Hitcher of MlddlebuiK 1 YourRepresentative
Mr. anj:! Mrs Charles Oar- CUB: SC'OI'T MEETING it a
vs Florida" Pest Con- quartet' on c 15-yard run
ber! of Nelson's Point left on trol. by Larry Brown The extra The Clay Hill boys have .

Saturday for Maltland, \\onen'a V<>II>.>y>mll point was good, and Lawtcy formed a Cub Scout group k In The

'vhere" they attended the After three weeks of league took a 7-0 It ad. Late In the ages 8 to It. A meeting was W STATELEfJISLATUHE
;k .,. .,.- -? ueddmv of a friend George: I play three teams arc tie
( B Matthews. They were nlso identical: records" of two wins to J. B. Gludieux, good for 17 I Hlldied Carter den mother :

anticipating; meeting lon : and one loss. In.. the first yards und a TD. The extra I The ,group Includes Jlmmlc (Republican)
: ItYF :iimr friend icx-'Xrubnnltes I : I match Thursday night. Oct. point was no good and Law- Carter Dai-rull Padgett Dinal

r ye.4L I at the! weddln-.'. Th" Qavbers. 20. Hurst Shell took Hireo toy Icd at hixlrtlme. 130. The Carter OeoiR Carter Randy Bradford. Clay andy

t lived for over a quarter. of a game and the match: from score remained the same until !I I Johns David La UK T' o:\ Union Counties
,i-ntury on the Island of 3tarke Buildor'H Supplies, JjII. wllh one second remaining on Lang and Djnalrl! Mo -Jei

Hiuba. off the South Amer- 18-11 and 1512. It was the the clock Joey Bennett pj.ssfcd The mf'etlJill; hsld:'! each .

) ican coast where Mr. Garber first loss for Starke Builders. :: to Donny Wise for a TD. Tuesday afioinoou at 4 39 In RepresentativeGovernment
t vas employed! at the Standard : Both teams now have 2-1 rec- The extra point was no goal 1 the home of Mrs Carter

Oil refineries. And when 01'da. and Lawtey won their so.i"nd BIRTHDAY PARTY ; -

Ex-Arubanttea net; together, In the second: match Good straight game 19-0. Mrs. Betty Padgett; enter s r Not A Dictatorship!

'' ki rk'r' .d $ there is bound to be a happy man's Gulf won three games! After the second week of tamed In the home of hei'

timeOn and the match from :Nortgel's League play, Lawtey and Coa- grandmother Mrs Ireni
Mond Mrs. Jack Hill Auto. 13-0. 15-0. and 157. eel are tied for 1st place with Padgett with a blrthda PKKSONAL HISTORY

was happy to receive a stack Jooclman's record is now 2-1 2 wins and 0 losses. HolidayInn party for her children. Phr-!
of color photos taken by sonLnmfll' while Noegel huts yet to break and Southern Discount Ion who was' 3:J years old. anr lIt'ar.,1 on farm In Inilliinit. Educated In White County:

Hill In Hawaii wherehe the win, column with an 03etord. have 0 wins and 2 losses. The Donna who was seven ScliiinN grtitliiiiUng' from High School In 1016.
Enlisted: in I..1'1. I 1011.! \ppolattMl MiilHlilpiiiauI .
with th(' NiiiyMny .
Is stationed! Games
will match were played and refreshments
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schedule Oct.
."*. Natal I .
I 10114.! Orinliuitril from I' : .XoiuU-ni.v tnnapolls.91d. .
Const Gun rd. Featuring! prominently Thursday night Ort. 27. will Conner vs Lawtey, and Holltlny served I to nln-
Pont
lll'i'i with luoh-li( of SclcmDeicre/ '* (>ra In t'".e pictures WAil match Starke Builders aglt Jut Inn vs Southern Discount children present Phelon nn d I unto lit Penn Stale nKerslly.' Awarded :Mantpr of Silence

Ere, RMfrana: vounnp t son Oooclmana In the first match :Small; Fry Football Donna received l many love]Y r In Knicliifcrlng, IU30. \"el..rRn"f \\orltl 1 "'ar.. I I. II and Korean -
of :Mr and >Trt. HimtlevRedfenrn. and Noegela vs Hurst Shell in League games In tho Small qlfts. war.

Rr Ont photo he second Fry program got under wayTuesday PERSONALS: lt<-tlrcdllli rank of Kewr Admiral. 30 June I.i3.!

hoved" the two sMtt/ that Sitntiun+ 1..lbnllSllturda.y. Oct. 25. Results! of Wilbur Padzett is home or t Held' TeiifliiTH' '' n-rtlfli-ati' In Uiulilngtiin State" 111311-39.

''he bovs *1'(' on. They are" Oct. 22 In the of these games will be in nextweek' furlough; from the U. S. Ma ('mnnU1IIlltSS .;\a"s 1J.-40! ; .iComnuuitled L'SSjal[

in,'h'vefl! so close together first game Conner Inul'ance ,. Telegraph. League. rines from North Carollm, 1918-II.! .
011111\111\11..1 Ifs Fleet at Given Cove Springs 103O-;
from deck to ( (T\e ,
that they tump their second for two weeks.
won straight game games will be played on Tuesdays .
:53. Served us liintor| it-nptul on Staff of C'oniinunil-r
dirk Nice for thp pu-ents tr by defeating Southern Discount 3:45 Mrs. Orarp Innn and
and Thursdays at : sot I .""UtU,' Reserve Fleet anti on the Staff of Comm..nd..rEu..t..rn
mow that their! sons can be" 13-0. In 'the first quarter 4:30 Schedule for Clarence and Mr. and Mrs
and :
p.m. Semi. "Frontier l 11111'-/10! / <); and ut Chief Staff Officer
roi'fther so far: from home. Bill Rosier went In to the end week: Hardy Padgett attended th e, for SnM-r\|" 'iHory Inspector of :Naval :Alafterul at If'h Ira go
I I Marv Ann and "Sonny"Mngann zone from .yards out to start Thursday Oct. 27 -- Colts revival at Hickory Orov e< 19IH-48 and an Cliicf, of Stuff for Commander Naval UuHeitUliiu

=- -= --- r- of Jacksonvlle were things( off for Conner. The vs Packers; Rams vs Cowboys. Church In Green" Cov< 01 1 "u. IDI.Via.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr PATWas/ no good and ('rK/ nl/jitlons: Vfuioim. KIM: Scottish Kite

and Mrs. George Schaeffer took a 1st quarter lead 60. Colts; Packers vs Cowtooys. D. W. Wilkinson will entei r Shrine, Diitrlct !><*puty for l>!'moluy..Alfinl .
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY on Oct. 23. Mrs. Schaefferand The 2nd quarter found neither Senior Hoy Football a Gainesville hospital Tuesday ; >r anti CIcrK: of Mission lloiird of St. ;Mary's Episn -

I i iI Mrs. Mncann had birthdays A Flag Football League for for tests and maybe s copal Church of tiPJt-n Cove Springs.

on oct. 21 and 22 respectively boys ages 13: 16, and 17 has operation. May the Lord bles(5

:and the dinner Htilmcrlbprii. : by mail, carriur de- been formed and games will him. POLITICAl. PRINCIPLES
I !' I celebration.We llv" ry or by other "' ,,"nH--Uv-,
of at
ANTIQUES I FLOOR COVERING PET SHOP was by wav be: played on Monday night Mrs. Irene Padgett spent i I
"If'Ii"' ; miles| | "'" 'h Ittmi* ilurIMK I 1. : for
would lust like to add Field. Practice Safety (on IIIKhwBY"1111'' rigid requirements cars
I IIM, IIJ. Hardy games
I'rr'rlling I IJ "maul' few days In Starke with M:r
Looking for I TilE hit( birthday may be !something HiiiKl. ]ISXUH nearcHt. \lo flung will be played ;Monday:. Oct and otherrltleltxi fur< suitor operation.
ANTIQUESBoughtSoldAppraised ,l.ilf l.tlll. S.ile tlirmiith" uut'nt',. and Mrs. William Sapp] whilE to forget
like
I' we would; { 31.
better carpet? Kongo Pet ShopPoodle. (I iuva dealers. otht-i" \\ Ixe--HV..rage Mr. Sapp was 111. unit appointed oftlfliilM. In eminent. Tao terms, one forgoMTiior.
I I ) .. "It"f'-Lla.owu I but we don't want anyone :No.- eopp| afll, Issue, dot.. Mr. and Mm s. Farley Austli J .
else to forget them. lug >t.eiliitjf' 1J I ini'lilhM, 1 ,2J5initlp : ., VVVVyyVVVYYYYVVVyywyv
Furniture-China-Glass visit' POODLE OROOM1XO | prt visited Jessie Manning wit a 3. .% check reign' on Hiilaries of Government officials,

Silver-Brass-Oil Paintings sW e= atd: Sweaters,, Collar, Tags I (! .., U.JH'1 iHHue! nearest \to flllnulilt is seriously 111 In St. Vin nUll the voters. to puss. on all "u(-h Holarles.
-- Kr..i> dlKtrlbtitlon (Including' < CLAY HILL cent's Hospital; Sunda;, I. Disposition of One Plrc or a house Full Fet SUr pliesBlmFI..hllllmt..n .
324 HOG4N downtown (Jf 1 sample l h1' mail i-nrrU 1i .\ i"r 1 l'\ ntii"<*"r "ni.aiiHiiv costs
\ Pad :S. Low'-r for qualification for office.
By Mrs. Howard ed'
Ina Ward Antiques Vatly & Sun. 10.6 P.M. u' <'r.m, prc'i-edliijc:Xn l'oi.len 1 19:em. li month"inmiiilurlnK Phone 289.4132 are sorry to learn tha'I; fl. Schools tub r entirely governml by local school l boards.
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HEARING AID Closed Tuesday Mrs. Susie Padgett Is a pa 7. Keonoiny In \rrnnient.' To with no
i"-'i filnilf pay ut you
8572 84.. Johns Ave. : i HiiiKl nvaifHl\ I" go
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8939 Herlong; Rd. Normandy (151,,. 21: tient in Clay; Memorial Hos, running \\UMlilngton for money that hiM been sent there

Jacksonville 387-137 For Best In Hearing $_ SectionW. I -InlerdemonlnatlonalCommunity Total, number, of "P"'M diM NEW ARRIVALSMr. pltal. for Tuxes.X. .

Call Collect Jacksonvjlle!' 711-280O! Church Dr trlhutpd1,aril ,IHHUA. : daring average preceding No. copra I":f and Mrs Millard Harris Mrs Thelma Willlamsoi X. A Constitution wnlch stiall apply to all of Florida
SONOTONEOF A. C. Holt minifiter: Mn ",'""I1'M.: a.! ""'>. HlnKlc' |1"""' ,near- of Clay Hill the and daughter Barbara oGreen t with no part thereof applying to only one or two> looolltlen.l .
Auto Sales & Service PIANOS-ORC.AXS cut to flllnK Canova. orgunlrt
George I frtiry tutu Lb. '.i tal-'incnt,. a birth of a daughter. Carol I Cove Springs vlsltei d with one "Senator deer| county. and the KeprewntatUeHupiMirtloiiixl .
WESTSIDEVolkswagen JACKSONVILLE: Mason <& Hamlln Pianos Sunday Soliool 9:30: a. m I I mod. t h.I' mi* abuM art.J I re.gl ,'I Lynn. Oct. 18th in St. Vin Mr. and Mr-j.\ Hardy Padget t in uurorditnt-e with popuLitlon.
Morning Worship 11 a.. I and "UIl1I'"'''' cent's Hospital. Materna):1 Sunday. JO. Homestead. .
to be. the
"Tha Strongest and Smalles t l Hammond Organs I-,'. !MATTHEWS' Exemption uppllMl after first
Inc. Hearing Aid in the World" Magnavox Organs (Nursery open both hours] I Owner. grandmother Mrs. Ella Car"ALMOST" $3,000: of Tavtthle, property eMUiiittion.

Only Co. Hearing Aid Mad t "You Get A Good Deal At- Presbyterian (Paid Pol.
AUTHORIZED DEALER A Classified l Ad In the TELE Adv.)
22 Went Monroe Faith Presbyterian Chore] I GRAPH bring results.

bales/' Parts Jacksonville 333-1463::; F. O. MILLER bJLrD -Rv J. R. Neale Jt man' THE PERFECT HOST

Sen10e Body (Shop! coo "'...., Nte' V-- W. A W'dlarll. organist
'n. ".-of' run r._....." I OJ,' ; Mrs. Carl Suishei
Open 8 &jn.--S p.m. HOBBY SHOP
summer organist. I
5 p.m. Sat.-Closed Sunday Jack'eon tile II
Sunday School. 9,43 4. m I
1130 LANE AVE. SOUTH
Phone Jacksonville 884-3441 FIELDSHOBBY SEWING MACIILNESal.NUhU .. Morning Warship, 11 a. m L lS'TGNIEIrVGElSA

'1 Sunday Nursery[ open botl] CLYO Sft7W e '

Parrish Motors I SHOP, Inc.A ,\L 4. 1iL.UJl hours. jr ,
II Like New In 4 Dr Ciblnet -Epl copal

I Complete Line of Sold New over $300 I St. Anna's Rev N. W 4yJe
SALES Boat & Airplane Builders Sup IUI. $73 or $.i.1I0 Per M mtl Worstall vicar; R. O. Copei

S PARTS EH VICE r, piles--SpfcUlizlnu in RadIo Ideal Sewing CenterALL i; land ortra.ntat.

Controlledtode13 MAKESNew Morninir Prayer and Sermon

32 Year. As A Dealer arid Equipment and Uf-ed Michlnei: 2nd and 4th Sundayt!
Open Evenings till 9 P.M.
9:30: a. m. nursery t
Always Good Used Cars 848 Cas-sar Ave.T.irkionviHe open.

031 Laura Ht Jackson: 602 So. EdsewoodJacKsonvllle SH: >)-:>1I11 Holy Eucharist and sermor

Phono 8B6-5ft5t 388866.1IOTOJlCTI.r : 1st and 3rd Sundays 9:30: A
TRACK( SKRVICE( : M. (nursery open I. Chord 1. '
L
1r. w
Automatic Transmission a ( (
\ So ool. 9:30: A. M. "}tiny Eucharist

:\ : RA Y'STRACK : 8 a. m. each Sunday
Automatic _
SERVICE Evening Prayer 7:30: P. M '

Transmissions & l each Sunday. ETC 60: P. M except tor one most Important factor .
HONDA Portable Trick Pi-ess SenrtciWidiiig each the household
Sunday. ROACHES pest "most
Motor I '
Exchange M0T0RCVCLESALL: I : Dally offices of Mornlnji I talked about. ,
l BIO DADDY WALT ;MODELS:. "We'll Keep 'em RnlU I'i and Evening! Prayer. 8:00: A Perhaps *he should (haw"eal1ed for a
i M. and 5:00: P. M.
Remanufactured Transmissions
Merchants Green Stumps 7287V.. Beaver free estimate. M wouldn't have hop-

Motors Open 8 A.M to 7 P.M. Ja"knntitlr. ::8I-4R'41 Baptist pened.
By Quality. Craftsman ,
2097 Vf. Beaver St. Monday-Friday TROPICAL( ( FISH Worship hervlces : Sold\; *
8 A M to 6 P M. *
11 a. 7:30 (
m., : p. m. tnurser; & "
JirksonvuJs, 35.1-4771 &
& TettQMT
Saturday and
CLOSED: SUNDAY Wednesday: !. MERMAIDAQUARIUMS open Sunday i School 0:13 : *
: a. m

,.CAMPERS: MOTORS! d: CYCLES nursery open 1. Training Uri I, +J .C/4fiM/At

Cribbs Campers 4349 Blandlna Blvd.! Complete Aquarium Supplier ion, 6:30: p. m. [nursery open] PHONE 964-3965

Jacksonville 771-84 Imported Fish All Specie -CatholicSt. _

Del-Rey Ouvpers CALL OR COME BY Williams-Fr. Edward A
Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 pm Kirby. priest: In charge Mrs \

Skamper Ckmvertibles MUSIC( Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. E. A. Lamm organist. / Oh no!

We Order Any Fish. Available Sunday-Mass. 7:30: a. m. Serving Florida .
Shasta Trailers ... 043 S. Kdirewood: Ave. Monday Inquiry Class, 7 I
TrwliM-Bank Financing Paulus Music Co. Sine 1950Mm. >> Jr .
cold
6-103 San Juan Av. .Jor1 .nll\ 1110; > :388-fll04 p. m. Novena and Benediction i ; ( ) It's never
a 7:30: p m.
a.- &
Jacksonville SS3-93IS Bind & String Instruments WESTERN:'; STOI F.LITTLE 7 ., .. 8..

Gibson Guitars & ..... with modern
Amplifiers a
.
CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg "",. -- ... -- I A
School Supplies-Instruction DUDE a !I'.1 TIMIKNT: : OK IttF. ".IIIHii.
Roberts Recorders .AN ".1.1.: : jti
Chain Music tab!"iry-Expert Western Store (' HI f'\ I'10.act % Laclle Cordially ; flam el ess electric
(. i"( Dclobor S'l. I'M.S! ,; S.., GodwinRepresentative /
Saw SalesEOMBLITE Repair Dejftvrtment "Where You'll Find Every lion *'JH'J' Title jtf), L'nlteU .mtei,
thins For the! Horse Code. i iUntil i f Welcomes
41 "'. Monroe St. Enthusiast" of Ulna: October I Water Heater.
Money: Makln' Chain Saws Jacksonville 335-8 M 7 Western IUH6 Ph. 961-5321& Yea and Tour
Clothing leather-
Title of rul.Ilc-.itl.in: Bradford
SALES & SERVICE 3310 Beach Blvd. I 1013 E. Your i
goods Saddles and Trailers County Telotfruph Kre.iiiei Call St. Family to
Parts I and Repair. All Makes, Jacksonville: 393-3091 y of I.."..: "....kIY. I,...nation -
Toro A Yazoo Power Mowers Charles & Sharon Petty itf Knuwfl. ...rrlo (* of pnhllfa.ii.ni Starke New Home Super-Fast, super-safe. Completely insulated tank stays cod outside;?*
SO)? So. Fdvewom! ] Ave. I'M: u. full Si ,, siarkollriKlfurd
;r Rt. 21 Mlddlebur 282.5050 Jteksnntdlle :381.1210'ELL l.ittntv. F9oridn, ., keeps the water hot longer inside. Can be installed anywhere.
MUSICintrumentsMARVIN: :I-'O'I" I I.",'iiilon' '' ..t Hih.ail, ,.
''inn'/ tt'i,tr or "tli. If"'". "rul lititlnoH' The State of FloridaIt With aH its flameless advantages, an electric water heater costa
ELECTRIC RIOTOUS DRILLINGPARTRIDGE: ..ltx' ...r the pulillviifi. I I..illV::'
KAY'S "i'.ill. I"Ierlda--39n51.MI. "-inrkf.. in. 'iidrord County. Is Our Desire To Make Yon Feel Welcome and leas and is cheaper to use. It's YOUR BEST BUY!

Peavy Brothers ;Ntiint. and uilJruHjt. of puhUHh-' To Acquaint You With Your City.
Music Center i-r, eijitur. und, inanutfinir editor See your electric appliance dealer, plumbing or electrical contractor.
Electric Co. Well Drilling Co. I1.: MatthxUK.' O.
tender Cretaoh Sc Vox Guitars Drawrr A. Hturki. "'1.... If in the area a phone
you are
new
ROCK
MOTORSbold'ServicedRepaired &: ARTESIAN:! WELLS: Owner: I':. I. Mullhi,,, ., F O Ik', .
BLECTKIC King. Hattcn. and Selmer Complete Electric Water Omwi-r A, Rtarke." Kl 1.. .'! ., *'
Band Instruments Known honilhohliirM.. "inortHnirnaM caD will bring you a prompt visit '
aeneratorsBtartenAlteratIons Ludwig, Sllngerland Rogers SystemsiRRiO.LTION! and ..'h." Mciurltv heldera. +, r IiII't. ; ,
u". nlntr or huldiitif 1 par| CHIII't from your local hostess. Please five i
Drums ni\ n.N\:>"n.\o more of total amount ",rliolhiM T S
Armature Rewinding Rentals & Ifc-pirlri oa ALL 6860! Hvde Grove Ave. .,ti itlffu. : niol;N'oni. t ,irilu**. t.r other, ...., her a call! She has maps and many

4044 Lenox: Ave. 400 MAIN ST. ..
.laoksom-lll Tuiul N'; 1'pb| | prlnui" !
Jfccluonvllla 387-2533 Jacksonville 333-0935::; Call Collect 389-1438 .ivira. .i* Ni.. fi.,iiti>M tui. hi.I *IIHliirlnc free and wenderful gifts for ye* 'LOIIDA i POWER I LIGHT I COUPAHfPAr
.. pr"uidin.. 1r month' .
1..1: L stntth. la.ue. .. ..,. to.rll.nK Nta.4Ne .1111.11 f4OelDAl
q = ==: :'- ...-:::.- 'u : from kx-ul. businesses.
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!lDAY OCT 27, 1968 rAOE THIRTEEN
BRADFORD COUNTY T1".IXORArn, IIITARR1J!, rt.ORmA .
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..TT YYYTTTTTTTTTT Barbara Bradley and Sldncy I wr1t11JZ possible as they have to be they have a prayer vnts 'Mr and Mrs L. K. i college! I :received a letter I val) use' and ,bred away for i bo "! Saturday: ; Octobei 22: at*

W OrUHt Saturday night.! l We donate something once I made out of material which a burden may call at 8: i Chllds last weekend. I from my cousin Miss Lindu I further UM A.;1tQ it was< voted,, tne Bnulfoid! County Hospital -

THERESSABy I The receptir.i! following the month to Trinity Baptist I is also donated. Rev, Bob, moo Phone 1-388-8349.: Recently Mrs Ben Lope I Stitt,, this week She ',ues tithe that instead <.i. monthlv PTA In Sta,'ke

wedding was; in the new educational Rescue Mission In Jacksonville -I Orey is in charge; of the mission sonville. They are i went \\Ith11: and :Mis' Bul- East Tennessee\ StaU1:; mretinus. tie. v would be held Don't forget: the Halloween

Bediv, Newhama11u1u111W11111' bulldiiiH: at the The hem this month Is They have a radio program waiting to take your ( : I linuton and Tioy. of Starke., '' University I 1.1 i Johnson City I every two months the next' Oni nival Satuiday. Oct. 29
I church. The bride and Bloom uowna The ;owns are [given' each morning at 8:30: pray for you. to Fort Oo'vion! Ga where Tenn. She a lid they had a to be In December" i from 5OO: p m, to 9:30: p. m.

': arc away on honeymoon lu| to people who RO to the mission -I and we enjoy listening to it The Nursery : *. they attended Mrs Loper's sorority meeting!! this WoK I Refreshments of punch: at the Mamie Agnes! Jones
parts< unkiiL'x,i. We will have look in,; for help The very much It is 550 on your may be coming by son Harry B. Loper's graduation and she and a !group of the and cookies were .served : Elementary School. Ham
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I more pi'eclse information I ladles arlasked to get: radio dial. Anyone Interestedin home If von have a I from Officers Candidate girls are Rats she has to Mrs Harley Thomas! attended suppers, will be served at the

The I'hurr'i' was the scene concerning: the wedding! next !started on fie.se: as soon an i calling\ "Dny Break" if I have a visit and see ;, School. He is now a walk around 011 her hands a stork shower in school starting at 5:00: p. m.
to, the lovely wedding of enrolliiia; your baby Second Lieutenant and knees !tk' a rat She has Macclennv last Thursday'! All proceed go to the Mamie

/ q. '' -- -. ", Crpdle Roll. .1 Mr. and MI's. Lnncln Heresy to wear a white sock on one night honoiliig; Mrs Johnny I Agnes Jones PTA
'( HAD ENOUGH P VOTE R ; ; I The workers in the / of Fairbanks were dinner foot and a red! one on the Tyson th' former Haicl
: .
EPUpl.CAtt- I nppreiinle the rocking I guests of Mr. and Mrs. other and one shoe of a kind I Turner. |
; .,
( : that wax!! donated.We ClydeHeisey last FiHav her feet and B little cap. She The (community extends
,,ft HALT I : "J &, : I had 0111 monthly \ I j !Mr. and :Mrs.[ J. H Swin has to wear the cap all the their sympathy: to the family i\ i 01' vrt's .11 1)(..:'* cot IIT.i ,
rt i\ %\n KOII tnPOHli
I .
LjBU of the late11': ) Horace Powell
M !, Q I ness meeting on ''I dell and faintly of Olen St time. She hu: to b>> on the ( 01 \'rclouts '. '
I night after prayer \( Mary were dinner !guests ground all the! time and who died la.-t Wednesday. In n.. 1 Kxtul: L* or
: Thin talked about I Sunday of Mr: and Mrs. can't get on the sidewalk If Mr. andoil's.: Franklin;, < >riiH lOllHWurth 1: unit" ,
for the mission Walter Swindell' anyone "niches her dolni Hlgginbotham and son Stan-1 d li i aiflttl4 1
cud gowns \ .., Flllnu. Pelltlon. for
ttJJ, ; tag the dawn payment Mr and :Mrs Willie Hersey anything wrong they can ley of St. PtterMjurg spent Plant' .Illi'lniriti, nl Ktiii: .rl...
/, oC'E -0. ,, ... 'I I new lx'"n 'he' tint we I visited Alfied Underwood take her to Rat Court Friday nl iht and Sunday" Tli. Al.l. WHoM IT MAY CO.V-
O eA = RO In the back of Sundav in Bradford County I guess everyone' wondered with Mr. and :Mrs Doss HlgKlnbotham 'KH.N: ;
\ THE Other Sunday!: :NI.IIII. I. li.nl.v iflvi'n that. Iiiini
.. remodeled whit Kolnn the I
stive v>B a Hmpltal.; was! (: on in
I II rn..I rinnl return nxHf
*
i ni\
.... ti-lbuMn'i thf (*)'- ,
... 1 Arthur Caller of Jackson-1, ... .......
A' for our college welding shop open again: at when all the little spoils : J uw "KIlMUIMlll: hens" d l ;

b" HUHc-1 "iiially! his home oa Rt 1. Starke. It cars Clime by about 10 in a ville.i ; ,t th.1' I him. tiled' ,'lily and txjtltton thnt [ ,
i..i HMIII .II-duo'or"
.. students. Anyone de ]", vas closed awhile due to Ill- row. They: nil had out of i Mr. and Mrs, Ray Burnsed Mill iih-| | iii. th.' llnnornlile.. '__
give to the student fund I news His office hours will be state license plates They all of Galnesvll: were Sunday i, I'ln,'!ron .\. Yawn, ( f>univ lutlictt ,
afternoon 'lsltors, of ;Mi' and ',1 llnuliMiil" ,,I ('iiiiuty. I Klorhla i>nNiiintnr
I
v HI L L .. do iso Ort 31. Ls :\ 5 p. m. wepdays\ and all rend stopped the and Theressa backed slin up and to Mrs; : Done Johnson and': .: I It I, 1'iftl! ) fin, approval I .
( Sunday. day Saturday 1 1I .i, lliiHUH' and for Anal' illnliiiiixi -
o .Congress( :t: Sunday. We Invite you Mr. and M1'&. Frank John- they slowed own' to rend thc I daughter. 'I > HH Kxfi'iitrtx: >if tht> AmiMli -
,, ... .
,
.. 'I Training Union at 6-30: son are remodeling their name on mill! boxes It was a Enioyinx a dove huntingtrip ; ... .f.. I'u I'IIM J Rllxuurth: thrum
.1 .1.|
." ".: ... ..,..... r ?. g" J.-- v ,Nr' devoted to Bible Studv home on Silver Lake. It sure grout from the University of Saturday' at Lake City fit' t,UH't"hi' >r I'ifh I'nut'!
t t 'r- :. :: ins Worship. 7:15.: looks pretty. Florida on treasure hunt. were Stan'ey! Hlgglnbotham Tllin.M: IIKV.M: THORNTON.ixitilrlx .
1 ,. ; ,' : ', VOTERS' T. E S'T'f. 3 .,, ": day night Prayer :\ Clyde Hersey has some Oh me! Think of what we of St Petersburg, Arnold : ,, ,.1 I 'h"t Kntiit: li' "fi -

; ;: 7:30: p.. m., also \' I beautiful sugar cane going to have to fice a few! short Harper Davie Tidwell of i 1'v rim I I'.llHwdi; tli, Beam, del -
J I.. Do 'you bet' I leue the Drfncfrat ( Jacksonville Dave Cover'dale 9 Ilual.1'IICn'I" ":
Party> .J| buying!! Bible StudySYMPATHY. waste in back of his place. years from now when we en- .
; 'uot"'with the P UUfY' Programs ;, Yos P NoD ; Does anybody know anything ter college and Oene Jolin.son.Mr :.trl..rn-", "':Ninth',v..at.Lnwiii TL-mplp, AVT.Slurk _
.
andIl's.: Godwin
Johnny .'. C-'l.ii.lH\
Mldae Dodd 1
Mrs. about a mill and::! broiler for Monday. Oct. 31 being : '
2. Dosyou !front are the proud parents of l II 0 Jl) II I III"I I,
: !your vote tountHi-iotth' the'pns >,, I' few days rn Lakeland making syrup? Halloween we can expect to
;
thy are buyIng Xu D NoD' : week, where her Doesanyone In the neighborhood ee !some( little ghosts and I their first child a daughter
.:, In-law. Jane. Johns' sitter? witches In our community
ne-1 babY
.. a
.. .... t3 3. Do you know that the only'\ thing' Johnson under- .' lost her father Alfred I Yours truly li available after for tricks or treats. Well, see -

nand Is !your voteF l Yes iD NoD I' ton He suffered a school. ya all next week..MA.XVILLE. I
I'' tack after he had Mrs. Clyde Hersey received

.4. Are. !you \o\U\ng\ \ \ to glue Johnson yOU: vote .byt.voting ;.... .. 1IIIIi ii:: I work. He lived' awhile word that her sister Mrs. Y .TY.YY TTTTTr
they rushed ]rim to the Teague, or Johnson City. I
for Democrat 0 NoD
a 'Yes
/ Congressman I
pital there. Fred! Tenn. Is feeling! better. She i -
:C 5. Had enough Vote. Republican. Yu D NoD I mesa Dodd: and was a visitor In the Smokiesthis .\ E I

....... Dodd all attended the past week\ with her son I
eral Thurfdav. The By Mr'A. C. 8Ud '
I i Kenneth and family.
VOTE HAROLD HILL"* CONGRESS.CEMpl.ETE l Phone 28944914AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ'
family have
: our VonCille and Jerome OrlfI -

: : TEST: AND WAIL. TO "; c ,.1 symoathv.: Ifls I had friends! in at their
HILL FOR CONGRESS/ HE/400IMRTFRS We wish to \'" home last Saturday night for I Of Gainesville
/ DOCTORS INLET FLORID 32030
BABY GIRL
deepest sympathy to ::!!| a barbecue supper.
Mrs. Ralph Bryan in :, If you! wont to !go huntingsee Mr. and Mis: Mlllard Harris
(Political Adv. Paid For By Cla '-BI'nMord Republicans) of Mr. Brynn's father Foley Hersey. He has are the i loud patents! of

ley Bryan, of some good hunting dogs for a daughter Carol Lynn born I
I "F Bryan had /been a sale. Tuesday Oct. 18 at St. Vin-
'
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Bradford County Mrs. Clyde: Hersey received cent's Hospital. Maternal
for a week. Funeral word that her father J. H. grandmother Is Mrs. Ella NEED HELP WITH -

AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAir was on Friday.WELCOME Shoemaker of Johnson City, Carter and paternal grand
: TOCOMMUNITY Tenn Is up and about and father Is Andrew Han'Is. I

; : ] doing fine since his operation SUNDAY SCHOOL YOUR CHRISTMAS
\
We wish! to welcome MEETING
and Mrs. Hsrry W. Miss Kathy Campbell of The. Younor People's Class,I,

Conditionin .Heatin>; .I Beauty Academy 'LADIES WEAR I Office Equipment: and children, who Starke spent the weekend of the Maxvllle Baptist''' BUDGET ?
permanent resident with me. On Friday night we Church held a meeting Tues- ;
RUSS PIKER POWELL'S They moved here were with Jennie Strickland. day night at the home otl
Cherry'sGalnesvllle's Hancock Office Vegas Nevada Mr. 1"11." Pat Raley and her date. Wy- their teacher Mrs Dorothy'
Authorized Alrtemp Beauty AcademyLearn Most Fashionable an active First-class ils! Hunt for the football Waters It was planned at \ Open Your OwnE.S.A.
Heating & Air Conditl nln
a Profession In Youi, Address .For Ladles Officer at Cecil Field. game in Palatka.: We saw lots the meeting that the class

.. SHEET_METAL Spare Time. Full or Part Tim el! EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthorized We also welcome of familiar faces from thl!! would sell candy to raise
R< ldrnlal Commercial : D1tESSESSUITSC0.TSIU.TERSITY
Mrs. Harry L. Friable community at the game. The money for their treasurer
-Industrial D.%Y & EVENING: : CLASSES I W&RACCESSORIES ents of Harry W.. ] score was 40-6 In Starke's Anyone wUhlng to purchase

Bales-Installation-Service Low Tuition Terma Dealer also be permanent re favor. Starke will be playIng candy may 2702 N.E.. 19th Dr. 219 N.W. 10th Ave. here. They are from as Live Oak this Friday! at Live Mrs. Waters or any of .

Gainesville 372-0714 Gainesville 378-37(;> 7 W University Gainesville Clary-Victor\ -Total!* Vegas also. Mr. Pliable pan'r Oak so I K't's! all get out there the Sunday School: members.
Adding Machines, CaJculfctonSALES tired as a b'-oller BO we can support our team. SCHOOL NKWS: '

CHAIN SAWS Mrs Frlsble Is a I WEATHER The Baldwin Indians won i Wilson's Own
HOMES
AUTO SALES&SERVICF: MOBILE -SER VJIC'E- RENTAL nurse. She had her On Monday and Tuesday over St. Jo.sen.Vs! Academy of' ,
nursing home In Oct. 17-18, we had spring st. Augustine Saturday night I
A. & J. Saw MUSTANG SAVE, TIME Discus! your PERSONALS like weather. Birds singing In a game there with a score) EARLYSHOPPER

JEEP & Mower Co. requirement with v* first. Mr. and Mrs. R. M every morning' made you feel of 196. Until the last quar- ,
Family of 4. Wheel Drive Mobile Homes, Inc. Jr. enjoyed a vacation raring to go. But then I ter of the game St. Joe had''

RAMBLERAmerica's : Joe Anderson Mgr.\ 528 K Main St. Gainesville week at St. James thought I heard some snow not scored & point. The B j
Gainesville'! Discount! Mobile Phone :378-5551 Mark remained with birds. The Bobolink likes! to Varsity had to be put in at .
Homelite Chain Saw
Finest Economy Car Hume Sales\ Lot. grandmother and come south for the winter. this time to replace(: several
SALES AND" SERVICE SALES & SERVICE! Volume purchases for our entire school.It Then sure enough on Wednesday of the A !team boys. The Indiana ACCOUNTDO

Repairs &: Parts All Makes chain guarantees savings was good to see night the temperature will play Baker Countyat
Ridgway Motor Co. GRAVELY TR.\CTOR of many hundreds of dollarson ,PAINT &: GLASS and Mrs Harry B. dropped to 41 degrees Macclenny Friday night.

SALES & SFJIVICE the quality home of your the community makes you want to turn on Oct. 28.The .
1132 S. Main choice. night to attend Barbara the heaters and get out the FFA and FHA students YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville 4830 N.W. 13th St. 441 North Sidney's w.lJjnlJ.: : They blankets. Saturday we had at Baldwin High

Gainesville 73-8433 Phone'372-331S: Gainesville 378-1344 Liddell Paint & stationed at Fort some rain and Sunday was School attended the Greater IN NOVEMBER .
Just Off Waldo Road
da. I warm. Reports is a warm Jacksonville Fair at the

B & G Motors Co. COXCRETE: pitomjcrs" MotorcyclesScooterStreit's Glass Co. Buddy Packham In wave\ eominy. Sure hope sol! Jacksonville Coliseum Mon.' PAY NOTHING UNTIL NEXT
after day afternoon.
ed doing better! I ACCIDENTS
CADILLACOLnSlOBILESALES : I
& SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop KTANIZE FAINTSGlaflllIUI'I'On8Udlnl a high fever all week.\ He Danny Dodd fell from a The Mamie Agnes Jones' YEAR.
Fine CONCRETE: PRODUCTS a bad case of roof on a building; where he Elementary held their Il
Selection of Used Cars HONDA MOTORCYCLES
ARE THE BEST FROMEdward' Door- without any tonsils. worked last week in Gainesville monthly FT* meeting last
Taken
On Cadillac Trades Cushman &: VMpa Scooter ,
Buddy had a He was carrying some Thursday night; in the school, '
2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 411 Building Ducall-BSA-Ztutdjtpp Tub Enclonurec-Shower Doer when he has in the shingles up rome board to cafetorlum at 8:00: p. m. I You Pay /
PHONE: J76-7515 Supply Inc. Motorcycles--Sales & Service -WindowAwnlnjCarpetWallpaperSUrefront grade. Now the doctor the top and the boards Devotional was by Rev. J.
SCHWINN BICYCLES M l I his tonsils! are growing broke. Danny was rushed to W. Bailie after which Mr.
Locksmith & Safe Work Consultation. Howard Music teacher 1-3 IN JANUARY
726 S. l\laln-37l-4811: Look out. Bradford the emergency room at Ala- gave ,
Pinna Performance 818 W University Ave. Hospital! chua General Hospital a ten minute talk on MusicIn

GALNF-4VIILE. PTA Gainesville 378.7781MOTORCYCLES 116 N.W. Sixteenth! St. Mis. Leona: LaHRlter Is where he was examined and our School. The sixth 1-3 IN FEBRUARY
SAAB GAINESVILLE 372-8191 In IT; better after having released lie suffered a dislocated grade students of both Mrs.
ELECTRIC: ( :MOTORS flu. a sprained ankle I II and sprained left Meeks' and Mr Jackson's, 1-3 IN MARCH
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8\t.r.S!' AND SRR\1CR i
I factuied rib. We hope shoulder and will! have to class sang five song .

CLEAN USED CARS ELECTRIC THECYCLE I her back In church stay off from work for about It wan voted at the meetIng -I

Motor Co.Of SHOP TILES &: PAINT Mrs. Ben Loper three weeks!:. that the PTA would buy; '
Repair .
10:11: S. Main Gainesville word Saturday of last FUNNY: THISGS HAPPEN material to build portable AND THERE IS /
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OurlnflfttlllA." Ina.RepairingRewtnding NORTON BtJLTACO that her stepfather, AT COLLEGE booths for the Halloween
Phone 374-2133 '
DUCATI BRIDCESTONBM01ORCYDLKS Daniels of Youngstown. DH: you know they do the Carnival. These booths will
FLINTKOTE
!: TIIOBVinyl
New and Used admitted to the I craziest things: now days in be bolted together for carnl-I NO SERVICE CHARGE
-Vinyl Avixmio there. I I
Tropical Pontiac, WOltK GUARANTEED: : Complete Service A Parts Alfred Underwood Is I ....
New tc.: Used machine In stock Floor Finishing Product ported doing: fine. He I
Inc. 1030 S. Main Galn *vllle Easy To OwnLONGCHAMP
been In Bradford
Easy Financing! Term OURALITB PAINT-
I
Phone 372-8318 Hospital a week. A. is ONLYfor
TRUCK OMC CETTTER Available I Remember E. S.
GYM FINISH We are orry we left
324 N.W 8th AT*. HOMES
PONTIAC FARM EQUIPMENT' : guests In lnt week's purchases made in NovemberP.

2J9 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Gainesville 378-3893 Tenney Tile & Paint that should have been '
tloned that attended
372-2583
Santa Fe Tractor, :MOVERS bara's .shover. They Custom Built
3222 N.W. 0th t.Ga.lne.aviJle .
CRANELINCOLNMERCURY Inc. Mrs. June Norman and
e Long Distance Moving 373-1302 Marjorie Brv.-nt I S. Shop Wilson's 92nd AnniversarySale
: Local Drayage Your Plans Or Ours .
FORD Mrs Willie! Hersev
Authorized Sales &: Service Storage p..klnc-lCratlnr word that her daughter! I Your Lot Or Ours which ends Monday, Octo-

606 E3. University Gainesville I farm Tractors & ImplementsFord trice Ezell cf !!
Phone 372-4251 Industrial Machinery Shipping 1]'RAVEL was operated on HOME IMPROVEMENTS ber 31st and you may put Mon-

I Crane's ImportsVolvo I LANDROVER 4 Wheel Drive FREE ESTIMATES CALL morning Oct. 17 She REMODELING ALTERATIONS

(MercadevBenz, ) SALES PARTS SERVICE HILL'S MOVING patient of Riverside day's purchase on your E. S. A.
FIAT-HILLMAN in Jacksonville, and fth "
: House of Travel 3-BEDROOM HOMES
1488 N.W. Sixth Gain*vlU I & Storage, Inc. reported doing fine
2201) N. Main Gainesville Hersey had: a phone
Phone 372-4373 Phone 378-354 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. INC. from Beatrice on FOR SALE NOW

Gainesville 372-4271 said she will RO home on
GARDEN SUPPLIES urday. I
AUTO SALVAGE ;MUSIC AIRLINES! Dwlght Hersey paid a Small Down PaymentIN .f

Johnson & Faris, Inc. LIPHAM MUSICCo. STEAMSHIP I to see his father. CLYde PINEBREEZE: SUBDIVISION AND
sey and family
R. R.I
EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION
Paul's Auto SalvageWe night. '
Complete Line of Inc.
Mr and Mrs. Doley 1'1 1 IIOMK!'; OWNKl; )
Buy Wrecked Cars At SEEDSPL4VTlInectlctdesPet HuteU.. Off Roat'l.! '
VAL LIPHAM nnd Tnmmy visited Mr. < ,: Contact HOME( OPERATED
TOP PRICESAll !lupp.NFERTILII.tIS Weekdays 8:30: to f.Ot8t. : !MClyde Hersey on SINCE 1871 =d r
MolkpIJIode.: ; PIANOS ORGANS-DRl'MS need ty. i iOwekla BUFORD MITCHELL

fwd! Parts ..We Rent Fertilizer Spr ad. rj' Guitar and Amplifier to 1:. JV: >n-, went Office Phone 969- 2 n P. O. Box 238

Teletype St'rvlce-We WIU 224 N\V 8th Ave. SHEET MUSIC Sunday from the 140 S. Thompson!' :' t. :Starke:; Fla.
Find Any Part For You. 1415 W. University Ave. County Hospital !She'\ l.. :' Open Every Nite 'Till 9Tlnon
Gainesville 373-4312 PHONE 3726471Galaesille. Uulnetvllle !Shopping! Center Gainesville 378-1601 ported doln1' fine

441 N. Pant Stuck Yard : Pia 372-53S3 Mr and Mr. L A. We Are Chamber of Commerce Members! Are

and ran, Ray; from You? -- I If Not JOIN 'IOUYY!
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HAMPTON


By Mr*. Mary Witlueuu11111111111111aa11 Around The World Ends This Week I i


MRS. COLLINS
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mother A former of lesldent Wallace and Collins the Stores will discontinue i passing out Game Slips Saturday closingOct. i

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died Saturday. Oct. 22. following SMpss ""
a lengthy illness. Mrs. 29. Winning slips must be turned in to your Store Manager I

Collins was born In Pike by Wednesday, Nov. 2, 1966 in order to be eligible for payment. F E
County Ala. and moved to
Jacksonville from Hampton }Holiday in Hio for t l\\o. Prize drawing. Sign all of jour iion-
in 1942. She Is survived by inning iame( Slips with >our Name Address. City and Phone FINLAND ': ECUADOR o.

two daughters. Mrs. Anne Number and deposit in the Special JSallot' Box at I'ood "''1111'. )Drauintr )/ :E :: :

Mrs.Oilley Zell of Wlcksburg In:
Beach; four sons, Luther !-'lIt urduy. ;Nov.; 12 at ((5 o'clock) p.mIul the person whose" "slip l j""> WORLD IN.- WORLD IN .:
Collins. Ooidon. Ala.. Theron draw: wins an exciting 7 day all expense paid trip for two to Kit )Ie) SO WAYS.E SO WAYS .E
Collins and James Collins Janeiro.
both of Jacksonville, and
Wallace Collins of Hampton;
six grandchildren> and six
greatgrandchildren.. The SUPERMARKETSi
body was forwarded Mondayto
the Johnson Funeral ii
Home In Dothan. Ala. for
funeral services Tuesday at
...AI.
2 o'clock. ..
HOUSEWARMINft;
Mr and Mrs. Owen Sim- PRICES GOOD THRU THE WEEKEND

mons were l honored with ahousewarmln.r QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ..
at their new 't,.; l' rr1 r
RESERVED *:1 **
home on Road 18, last Saturday tiSfr ,
Arouivl 30 guests called "
4-rJ *WiV
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during the hours of 7:30: t5&:;, ; IliA.
till 9. Punch and cake were ftJS(* *
:
served to the guests and the <
'
hostesses were :Mrs. T. ;6V L
"
Brown Mrs. Jeff Baker and
Mrs George yY.hltms.PERSONALS ---
Jf" __, I _
J. W. Horne and Mrs. Konl
Horne and children were visiting I w -
relatives In st. George 7nJ ..
S. C. for the past week. 1fi" "
Mrs. H. B. WlKslns, Joe HARD RIPE
Wiggins( and Mrs. Mary Williams ." ___
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supper Knabb In attended for Macclenny Mrs.a birthday William last SAVE 59t FOOD FAIR LEAN FRESH

Thursday. TOMATOES!
:Mrs Verna Devritt of Palo i
Alto. Calif. visited her
daughter and son-tn-law.
Mr. and Mrs\ Delmar Wilkinson GROUND BEEF
and family list wek. r
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Baker and family: and Ben
Shealy of Talapoosa, Oa..,
and Mrs. :Mary Nash and \
daughter of Smyrna Oa.
spent the weekend with Mr.
and Mrs. Jeff Baker. Mr. j1 ; OO
stay.Mr.Shealy remained for a longer $

and Mrs. Frank Smith _
and. family: moved to the
house known as Loren LB.
a ,
Brown's last week, Mrs. 14
Smith Is the former Emily
McKinney, daughter. of Mr. T PKG.
and Mrs. John !McKinney. :: El

Mr. and of Whitehouse Mrs. James moved Hallmark I

to the house vacated by the SAVE
Floyd Smith's last week. 14O( 'TROZhNFRENCH
.
Mr. and Mrs. Don McMahon -
and sons were guests of FRIES
the M. L. Wattersons over
the weekend and while here
visited: their niece. Mary s _
W '
Watterson. daughter of 2 LB 0 t r;
Frederick" Watterson In
Starke, who has been very BAG i '

nick. .
Mr. and Mrs. P. X* Camp
bell of Seminole and <'Mrs.-
Swavely of Leesburg Mrs: E. 8 -
J. Dowling of Starke and Mr. rji Liw
and. Mrs. R. A. Brannen of
"
Bedford/ .Lake were: dinner
guests of Mrs T.. F. Brown
last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Thomas: spent Saturday In
Jacksonville -with Mr.. and _
Mrs. James Thomas and

daughter T. J. Alderman entered the SOUTHERN MADE '
Medical Center In Gainesvillethis QUALITY FRUIT FROM THE TROPICS!
week for treatment.
Mr. and Mis. Tracey Jones
and family spent the weekend GRITS
with Mr and Mrs. Bob MEAL
Falle and family. in Lancaster GOLDEN
8. C.
Mrs. J. a Adklns spent
last Thursday In Ocala with
),.fr. and Mrs Calvin Richard '


'and were Crosse daughterMr.. visltim and on Mrs.Sunday.relatives George In Pierce La- L T1 I .I BANANAS


Mrs. Dorcthy Hibbard reSigned t
from) teaching and
Mrs. Beatrice Futch of #: .:w
B'AG .
Starke Is substituting for / !( ."-.. 3
,
'(' i1
her.Mr. .A e"
and Mrs. Lynn Hall
and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. ., 11MIT-T OF EACH :
.
j Brannen of Bedford Lake WITH FOOD ORDER .m
were vlsltng relatives tir
and
: : g

Sunday.Mr.friends In Jacksonville on Jre.J;. ..' _:-J.. :I.,.;eo..8\ 1. .'. _
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.
and =-Mrs Joe Forsythand ..,..".".. "' '-. C ,I
Mrs. ,. :tt :...I- .' ...' _
Ina .
Horn I
r, visited W:2: .. ": .;i" ,;.1\: LB '"
In Lawtey bundav afternoon :& :: :' .1 ,. '
with '
Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph .
Prevail and Mrs. Mattie I!
i I -
Henderson. :

The Hampton Girls' f-H. = 1'YesFi.
Club met at the Citv Hall
.'
Wednesday: They learned, ,
Swedish embioldery on buck
toweling.Mr. APPLE
i
and Airs. Albert Morris ,
t and daughter of Gainesville
were lulling: Mr. and '
, Mrs. J H. Parker
on Saturday
PIES
Mr and MM. A. O Pope of ,
Eau Oallle are spending a ill
couple of weeks In Hampton.
': Mr. anl: Mrs. Woodrow )
Hicks of Orlando were visitInr -
In Hampton over the 38.AOE
8'
weekend." ; y '
., Miss Olerula Cook daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. OWarren. .
.
celebrated her
birthday with ,; party last.
.aturd7 '
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