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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME EIGHTY-EIGHT
STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY NO3.. Ifl68!
NUMBER: NINETEEN


Citizens Win Round r i 13 Amendments





Injunction Halts e vra + Voters ]Face Long







Courthouse Action La. .- Ballot Tuesdayed



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Bradfor County Commissioners were temporarily In an effort to keep the
enjoined ]Monday by Circuit Judge John A. II. Murphreefrom courthouse on or near itspresent One of the largest ballots ever to confront voter! in are unopposed.
II location Bradford County will be used in the !November 8 General 13 Amendment
taking further
toward
steps acquiring property or
Election. When the
voter Is
entering into a contract for construction of a proposednew The action was brought on .,, t? .tv. through
Bradford County courthouse. ground, primarily that thespl'clal fy Containing the names of 36 candidates and 13 pro- placing an X after the name
posed Constitutional Amendments the giant size sheet of his favorite candidate he
The legislative'/! act under ,
following stop a 2'i Older hour was hearingin issued Shaw ten dtya in which to which the new courthousehad j is: one foot wide, and almost two feet in length. will find 13 proposed Constitutional -

been authorized' Is un- Fourteen of the 36 candidates :! Amendments vying
Lake Butler. It was the file a motion for dismissal\ T for attention.
constitution fall in the "opposed"categoJ'Y. Faircloth I Incumbent Democrat Briefly theseare
first round won by a group of the suit. At that time another -
of Starke citizens seeking to date will be set Ion William Andrews Gainesville : while 22 are gettinga : Ellis S. Rubin (IRepub- No.: 1 Provides that
lican)1. any revision -
attorney argued the "free ride" as Democratic
dia-
stop the Commission from hearing the motion to of the
i State
case for Woodburn and nominees without opposition.All State Treasurer: Broward Constitu-

house constructing on American the new Legion court- miss.The suit was brought in Moore stating that the spec- should be voted on, how- Williams incumbent I Democrat tion, shall as adopted by convention ...
ial act is ,unconstitutional in ) ; Joseph S. Yaseko I RepUblican be submitted to the
property, well outside the the names of Nolan T. everHeading electors at the
central district of Starke.In Woodburn and James T. that It attempts to bind suc- the list of offices ). election. next general
and ceeding ]legislatures from enacting with opposed candidates is State Senator 16th Dis
granting the temporary Moore Staike business
of of any hew which woulddivert : : Representative in Congress tried) : L. P. I IPetel I Gibson No. 2 Proposes that in
injunction Judge Murphreegave members a larger group counties
County Attorney Gene citizens who banded together race track funds from Second Congressional District. (Democrat) : Keith Wheeler authorized!! to appointa
going to retire revenue certificates The Incumbent and Demo- (Republican 1 1. Superintendent of Public
Both Parties Seek Votes Here
issued for courthouse cratic nominee Don Fuqua of State Senator [25th District Instruction the appointee
construction and site ] ) Sam Teague (Demo- shall serve at the pleasure of
purchase Altha. is opposed by Repub- :
HomecomingTo Two KilledIn Both political ('luUI'" Democrats and Ifi'piiHimns made the Board provided that the
lican nominee Harold Hill of crat! ; Robert P. Munroe (Re-
He also attacked an alleged liint minute. blilH. for Bradford. County vote. during tin punt niM'U. Doctors Inlet publican 1. Board may enter into. a con-
Top photo shows Democratic 'eiuJ'rs. IIH the Iligli Curu\itu tract of employment which
lack of public notice before Other opposed races are: State Representative : Eugene -
Be Launched AccidentOn the Bradford Commis- lilted 1 Sturke last Thursday morning. Pictured.. In the group. Governor: Robert King F. Shaw (Democrat) ; shall not extend beyond the

sion decided to purchase with Scott Kelly (third from left), who spoke In lliifli's ""IIU II, High I Democrat! : Claude Chauncey Moore I Republican 30th( day of June In the year

land for the new courthouse, are: I.-x Green, Harmon Morton, Guy AndrewJolur. Tormle. Kirk [Republican !I. In which the term of a ma-

With Whirl 301 NorthTwo the absence cf: a referendum K. Kelly, .'. D. IteddUh. Mr. anti 1\11'\ ''. Emery: Cooper. and l Attorney General: :Earl All remaining candidates Board jority of shall the expire.No. members. of the

before race track certificateswere Stale Democratic Chairman Pat Thomn

Issued and an "Improper Lower photo shows! / the Kirk Caravan ..H It parked. brieflyTiDwlity .. 3 States that the Legislature -
BHS Homecoming activities teenagers were killed title" for the special ]legislative may provide for vot-
morning on Cull Street, providing musical entertainmentl
will get! under way with and a mat was sent to the act which title does Frank Williams Is Appointed ing In national elections] for
l Jimmy Strickland's band, und u short pcerli. on Klrk' be- President
the traditional Tornado hospital early Wednesday not fully describe contents of and Vice President

Whirl and Coronation Cere- morning when a car crosseda the act. Andrews said. half. of the United! States by persons -

monies for the Queen at the 49 foot median and ran Shaw asked for dismissal County Director Of Civil Defenseturned who have become resi-

stadium tonight [Thursday head-on into a semitruckand of the complHlnt on grounds dents of the State but who

at 7 p. m. trailer north of Lawteyon that the court. lacked jurisdiction Council Decides have not yet fulfilled residency

Jim Temple will emcee the U. S. 301. about four inasmuch as no appeal Frank L. Williams, 23- requirements of electors.

huge pep rally which will miles south ot Maxvllle. had been! taken at a year-old employee of the No. 4 -Provide* that the

Include class skits. the Intro- James Wayne Jones, 17. of hearing!! on r>c. 20. 1965 to Florida State Prison was for- State flag shall: conform with

duction of Homecoming Tallahassee and his passenger validate the courthouse cer- City Employees To Have Say mally named Bradford County standard commercial size; prescribes -

i Queen candidates, and class Miss Ercfl Williams, also tificates.He director of Civil Defense proportions; and de-

princesses. concluding with 17 were killed: at the argued that the case! by a 3-2 vote at the County scriptions.

the traditional bon fire. point of Impact according to was "already tried: ;" citing In Hospital Insurance PlanThe Commission meeting Tues- Ne. 5 Provides that electorsof
There Is no admission charge Trooper J. A. Marsh of Green about ten similar! cases from ) HllIsborQugh County be
law books. In each of which day.Williams +. granted to \
for this colorful event. Cove Springs who Investi- had been selected power adopt a

4 The Homecoming Parade gated the acl ent. there had been a ruling upholding Starke City Council at jority wanted to continue un- for the post at an "executive charter for a government

will /start at 9:20: a. m. Fri- Crawley 1H Ellis driver of the si.eclal. act. Its regular meeting Tuesday der the Blue Cross-Blue Shield session" meeting of the which shall exercise any and t

dav. assembling: at BHS. proceeding the Mark truck was! admitted Andrews slid ]later that he night, voted unamioutdy to plan the city would notify board ]last Thursday night! /n all powers for county and ,

couth on Temple to Bradford County Hospital had not come across a similar to poll olty employees to determine Professional and sign a new at which five applicants for 'att'r. municipal purposes that the

Avenue tn( Call St., east on In Star!
Call to Thompson, south on chest' and possible frac- where only One source of Insurance plan they wnnt to Shield.In, Interviewed. conferred upon the county or

Thrmn'on. M Madison west tured ribs. His condition is revenue was cledged for construction participate in for the coming other action the Council: Williams Is a graduate of over to an abstract any municipality! therein.

on Madison to Orange, northon listed as fair.According of a new county year. Accepted l a low bid on two BHS and attended the Uni- company for title search preliminary No. 6 Provides !that the

+ Orange "a: Call east on to Trooper facility Some other sources The action was taken after 1967 police oars from Baldwin versity of Florida.: He served ] to acquiring needed Legislature may:: require county

Call to Temple. and back to Marsh. the car driven by besides the race track revenue the council heard Harry Powell Chevrolet. The bid was $3,080 three years In U. S. Army right: of way for the project Judges to be members of the

school. Jones ran ut of control on \ was tlvuyn! pledged, he representative of Blue boned on one oil police car during which time according( The new survey, as mapped Florida Bar In counties by

Student binds from BHS the wet highway and crossed said.The Cross and Blue Shield state being traded in. to his application took several by the SRD follows special acts subject to refer-

and RJE will set the pace for the center median before temporary, injunction that ''because city employees Reaffirmed the city's policy, courses' ''n Civil Defense. colsely the existing: road but endum; providing: that such

the procession which( will Include running Into the truck( prevents the Commissloneis pay the biggest part of the at the request of Fire Chief The appointment Is effec- several c'l'-ves'i' have been law shall not affect the term

( at least six floats, entered Trooper J K Wade of from pun-huplng additional Insurance premium they R. C. Buford on answering tive November 15 and will be eliminated Tli. road will be of officeor re-election] of any

by BITS classes Queen Bradford Coin-tv assisted In needed land for the court- should be allowed to determine tire calls outside the city lim subject to review In January built to primary specifications county judge holding office on

candidates and princesses! the investigat'on.' ) (Contlnued On Page Two) what type of coverage they its. As It stands. lire cull. just when the new comml"", lon to accommodate heavy date of enactment.No. .

and mounted entries by the want. The city has been contributing outside the city limits will! ''be hold Its organization meet- traffic from the gas plant 7-States that the Legislature -

FAA Chapters.The 1.75 for tingle coverage answered. but because of the. insr. "'j i and will take a major por- shall provide the

Homecoming game and $2.20 for family need for protection within the Voting for Williams' appointment tion of a $500.(100: ( loan advanced number of county judges In

with Fernnnrlina' Beach will coverage city limits other calls can not Tuesday were to th" county by the each and the monetary jurisdiction -
Ya Earlier. this week, the city be answered. in at law in
be klcked-off at 8 p m. 1 1i Chairman Jerome Johns, SRD cases
A turkey dinner will be signed a contract with I'ro- Gave a permit to K W Hayes Ororee W. Roberts and Dave :Moonshine' EquipmentThe county judge's court: deletingthe

served in the high school fcxslonul. Insurance. Co. to pro Sr., to use 40 acres, of his n fihuford' Opposed were Z. board Inspected and requirement that county

cafeteria frol"5 to 7:30: p. m. ; vide hospitalization. coverage fenced land south of Alligator W. Hamilton and Mrs. Jessie appraiser 1 an accumulation of judges issue atl licenses.
Friday sponsored: by the Instead of renewing the contract Creek for livestock grazing. Chastaln. "moonchine equipment" and No. 8 Provides residence "

High School PTA. Alumniare !with Blue Cross-Blue Accepted a petition from Following the executive material confiscated by the qualifications to hold the offices -

Invited to reserve tables Shield. Tommy E. Lewis. and adJoin- session last Thursday Chalr- sheriffs deportment and of Justice of the Supreme

for class reunions at this A Clerk Merrill Edwards explained ing land owners requesting nr>* Johns said that J. W stored at the county Jail. Included Court Judge of a District
that on October It, that an unused 275 foot alley Shiner who has been acting In the lot are a still Court of Appeal and Circuit

time.Queen candidates fall the city was notified by Blue be closed. The alley Is ]located director since the death of pot. aprcndltloned. still Judge; providing for retirement -

members of the 12th grade! CrosH-Blue Shield that premiums .between. South Lake Street Carl Roberts, would continuein radiator 14 butane gas cylinders at age ot 70; providing

are Alma Abridge! Beverly would be Increased to and North Aubry Street. the capi.-r/. consultantand and four damaged condensers method of disciplining, automatic -
,I; $7.49 for single and Released the funds ,
coverage
Crawford. Linda Ie. and necessary would be paid at the or Involuntary retiring,
Elaine Whltehead. The winner 1 $21.43 for family coverage.The for Utilities Supervisor Oscar rate of $1.801 annually as The still pot wall given a or removal ani providing for a

will not be announced 1 city then directed the Diivts. Electrical Supervisor long as needed. $1 I value. and the butane Judicial Qualifications Com-
clerk to call for 'bids on hospitalization Merrill Dees and Plant Foreman -
until Friday Hsrht. Princesses !Survey! Maps! AcrC'pt..dsurv..v tank appraised at $5 pach.Condpnsel''I mission.
insurance. October Geo. Graudon to attend a
No. 9- Pnvldes that after
radiators
representing each high m ri s prepared by and
21 was set as a deadlinefor two day engineers, and
school class are: Elaine Murray Edwards opera- the State nnnd Departmenton we''e /set at 50 cents each( the first Monday in January
said this conference
bids. toM in West.
11th graElizabeth. : Key the Hydrocarbon road The articles will he /sold at ]19(39.( there shall be separate
date was set to<>> enable the Called for bids on a 3/4 ton
Thornton. 10th grade: and J Jr which truck near Brooker were acceptedby ( auction after advertising offices of the State Attorneyof
the
council to determine for electrical
department. -
Elaine AkrHge, 9th grade. 1 : to use before the No- the Board Tuesday, and In other rrtlon. the Commission the ]13th Judicial Circuit ,
Homecoming festivities will company / voted to! require the and Prosecuting Attorney or
vember due.
be concluded with a dance In premium was presence( of the (county mos- County Solicitor of the Criminal I
A lengthy discuasinn! followed -
the Starke armory' sponsored oiilto control director and the Court of Record, providing -
bv the Parent-Youth Assoc llf r- Powell's request for a votebJo' Seaboard Officials the county civil defense director for appoIntment' of assistants -
city employees. View
iation. The Souls will provide v s N1.1Scenea Clerk. Edwards sod that Pro- CrossingsAnd at each regular meetIng ; prescribing duties and
music. of the boord.ConIderf'cf powers; providing for apportionment -
fenslonal was the only company -
to submit bid before a proposal by of funds
a
the deadline. He also asked Approaches; Promise ActionThe Commissioner Roberts that No. 10Provides authority

The Community State Powell why the rates.. had gone the road lending to! Hardy to the Board of County Commissioners -
/softball fleH be extended tote of Orange Countyto
Bank of Starke up.Powell condition of railroad the level of its tracks when
the Bethel Church Road and revise the boundaries of any
And explained that croB-slnffs, in the
city was discussed repairing them. Davis/ added
district in the
Justice of
decided to Inspect before acting peace
'
increase in due
The Florida Bank : premium was taut Thursday by Mayor that the pot holes were caused county without referendumupon
to an increase in the loss Randal Chitty and Utilities /' loom
At Starke 'by rock under the asphalt -
Heard Commissioner Chas- resolution public hearing -
statement He said I Blue-
I Supervisor Oscar Imvls In a ba.se..
Will De Closed For Business CrosH-BIue Shield had paid out tnln renort on conditions! at and published notice. ,
combined and on-Hlte
meeting showed
Mayor
j Chitty the of-
on Veteran's Day $1.57 in, claims for every $1 the Santa Fe boat rnmp area No 11-Provides that each
inspection with two Seaboard neiaLs pictures! of a fronting
Friday, November 11 paid in premiums to Blue Airline Railroad officials near Lawtey where concrete and ncreed to speed up the condemnation of property
A National Holiday CroaK and $1.49 'was paid. out Earl Installation of sanitary facilities jury shall be composed of 12
at the Bradford. County Health Department ni the Richardson, Olvl1 for $1 in to Blue] there Jurors in a court of competentjurisdiction.
every paid for SAL and Joe wood and between
the
Home 13: 'alth Aide training program got under way. In top asphalt .
Derided t that the county
Shield. Powell added that he
TURKEY DINNER Arnett director of SAL train rails.
Engineer Rlchlu'd""lcommented
yin Mertlf LeC'lalre, :Nursing Director of ( \
photo 'lay County had received calls from has fulfilled its obligation in No. 12Provides that the
School PTAS many operations between Jacksonville that this was a
Ililfh Health Department, pins Insignia on the .lw\e of one of thetuilents city employees who wanted to and regard to fill dirt taken away Leilsfature' shall meet on the
Wlldwootl were told very expensive procedure and
to 7:30: P.M.: )1,... Sura-h Holmes, of t'nlon County. Looking on are continue under the BC-BS and other dart: returned to first Tuesday in November
by Mayor Chitty that the main that wood! fillers between the
Friday November 1 Dr. A. ", Co\lngton (left) and P, T. Noun evecuthf director of plan. problems concerning the con- rails would! do just as well. property along Alllzator after the General Electionfor

BITS HomecomingThis Ct'BB. Bottom photo .dlious. Initial class. enrolled. Councilmen Carl HUM and dition of the crossing were The group ncludlng a Telegraph Creek owned by A. E. McKinney the purpose of organizing -

Jimmie ""McRae said city employees I the elevated approaches to the reporter drove over Jr swearing !in new members -
Space Contributed ] should] be allowed to( tracks Received o financial report and selecting! officer
and
Home Health Aide the roughness of and Inspected i the following/
Nursing
Weekly to Publicize determine what coverage they the tracks (caused by pot holes crossings: bv Clerk Charles Darby No' other business shall be

Community Events by wanted because they were payIng Washington Street crossing showing that the County transacted.No. .

The CommunityState Course Gets Underway HereThe most of the expense. During the on-site inspection elevation] problem and! Juries returned 550. and the 13 Provides that

It was finally agreed that ,. Supervl Davis pointedout rotting wooden supports! between Sheriff S588 In surplus fundsin goofs: wares, commodities
Bank first day of classroom Women enrolled in the Powell would draw a comparison that the levels of the rails; SR 10O-A fairly making reports for the and merchandise commonly

Accounts now insuredup training started Monday at class were carefully chosen between Blue Cross-Blue streets were considerably lower good condition; Epperson previous year.Acknowledged. known as stock in trade or

to $3.000 by Federal the Bradford County Health after an Interview In their Shield and Professional.. for( than the asphalt approaches Street crowing elevation pro- a request inventory and livestock maybe

Deposit Insurance Corp. Department for a group of IT homes mental tests and a city employees to consider and to the railroad! tracks. Davis blem and rough approach: from the Bradford County exempted lr part from act
women in a new field of endeavor complete; physical examlna-. vote on by November 8. The said this condition waseamsed Orange Street crossing eleva- Fair Association for the $5.- valorem taxation as personal

as home health aides. (Continued On Page Twol councU agreed that if a ma when ''the railroad :.rajs-, tCpntlnued On Page Two] TContlnued On Page Twol 1 or tangible property _



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PAGE; TWO nfitnrnrtn ("Ot.NT" TEirr.n\pit. STARKE:, FLORm.\ -
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and Pamett conducted at the lei' ,,1, .
I Angela fntth "
I Ann or Au.mm with a firing' squad lu, ,
n"
Halloween Costume WinnersAt ) his Joan iJUienls Til-si! Mr and :1L's.. I pallbearers and < '!'.,, ,.,u 1 i

: of 'Y'h'rcssa: Horn Fort Gordon On
l
i Elementary School Carnival 81 two hey brothers E. 'frl Ernest t E. and; Capt. Triest's famlh ',

Qc'- rrvln S. TI'leot. of Theressa.; sides at 3310 Oakland Ui' ,.

and two shte. .-s. Mrs James Augusta Ga.:

Keystone
L Kuyked..ll. I i
I heights n nil MM :Mar.ln -

Phone> HJairf.: Walnl.alla! S. C. .V CliiMslllcd. All In tinKL| : :;.
-- were (Ht.U'U brings result, .
I rites
nd Mrs I, II I Full millui'v:

Mr. : Jack Mc- Mr -
Comb spent the weekend I Jr. )

with their son-in-law and I visiting [; Typing and Composition

daughter. M.-., and Mrs. John '- -
Oreer and fancily in Braden- Charles : Need l n letter t typed l? Employment Application
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Mr. Resume:; ? Report) ? Manuscript?
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ton.Miss Dee Walters was the I and 'i One (or man*'-No Job too !I'mall-Uuslness! or soda. ,].

weekend guest of Mr. and were I'll type what you write or I'll write it for you( .

Mrs. Terry Walters in Gainesville I' parents ire Just:; give me t the facts. I'll do the rest

and attended the UF e.

Homecoming Mr. au l 15 YEAKS: EXPERIENCE, .


Rep.Judge A. J.George Thomas./ L. Jr.Patten., Guy I of! uniIIV1nners CALL DOROTHY MILLS

Andrews and E L Matthews friends I II Costume winner ut Sontlmlilo School Carnival Mnn- KEYSTONE IIEHJHTS(; 4734518Or :

attended the Blue Key banquet Mr clay afternoon lire (from left) : Ann Il.ilnpN; most Halloc '' at !8t rke Klomrntay: !School. Curnl\ul last Thursday are (from. left) :
Starke. Fla :32091/)!
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at the University ol Retch : I .Mij; Eddie Ill.ilnrk, liCKt lm.v'n costume; S
Florida" last Friday nl<:rht at parents :! most original; Kotlilern MoOriff, hi-nt jrirlS; Neva June In\ld Andrew, 11th grade most. original; Claire: Turner, hat griuU. most. appropriate; and (I'" u" to discuss:!;, your "ork.

which Vice President IIubert Gorman l'ISnn, heat: and Marie Temple, tipooklest. Greg' Crosby, tat' griwlc. funniest; Glary Bukkpn 3rd ( rall./ .. most original.; !StandingIn No Charge For Consultation.

Humphrey wius the principal weekend :) rear l is mil (lay, win! wen $i5: Savings Itonil, glvi-n by ('ommllnit "State Ulank.I .
speaker. Bitch :!

Attending the FFWC Cls-j F. } I I .
I
trio four meeting at the Mr I :Mrs W. S Gubler of Fort :Mr and !Mrs E.V.. Mat- I Mr. and Mrs S. E Simmons crossings could not be safely

Southslde Woman's Club in and Pierce and lur mother. Mrs.. I hews of Corc'ele' Ga. were and artily were week- crossed at that speed. InjunctionHalts U. S. GOOD

Jacksonville today are Mrs vlsltlnu ''V. J. Rngsctalp of Stake Sunday visUoi- of their son. end guests ofIr.. and MisLee The inspection group c'rOR-

Guy Sale Mrs Guy Andrews, ant: \ ) spent Thursday to Tuesday': Elden Mathews and family. Chambers. sed most of the trucks at 10 Board

Mrs. J. A. Griffin Mrs Mau-I Mrs!! vlMtlnu[ Mrs Oubk-i son at i Mr. and Mrs! George Mc- Keep Ultn Liberalism out to 13: mph.

rice Win
Mundy Jr.. ,Mrs. F. B'I Ala.. and Mrs Rags- I weekend guests of Mr. and KIRK for Governor. [Pd. meeting "cordial": and said (Continued From Page oneJ BEEF

Strickland Mrs. S. W Berk-, Miami dale's mother Mrs Ed Wat- :Mrs Ben Ro-vland. Pol. Adv. that he felt a groundworkhad house and firm entering Into -

ett Mrs. George HuKglns.MM Mr. ford In Dot ban. Ala. I Pete Novat.!: who was a patient Mr. and Mis. C. H. Morris been laid towards a better any contract for construction -

: Robert Green and Mrs', Jr this Itobrrt Rh.IIllI'h./ has, In Bradford County of Jacksonville! were visiting understanding between the until another hearing I la''I

J. H. DuPre. i :Mr :! rroinlspil to raise jour taxes.l.uiclc .,, Hospital lAM week has been Mrs. E L. Crawford over the city and the Seaboard concernIng held. ('[!LICK HOAST{ OR

Robert King! High has Hunt (' Kirk rlortgrs no newtaxes. -' transferred! to the Alachua: weekend. the condition of raihoad examination ot STEAK LB. .59c

promised to rilse: your tax<*s.i were vl : .. VOTE KIRK for Governor General[ Hospital!! for further Miss Mamie Anderson and crowtings In the city. In oioss Shaw

Claude Kirk pledges no new !Mrs\ [tP tax**. VOTE KIRK for Governor -|' ,,'eekend.Itr. Mr and :Mis Curtis Edwards Those! admitted to the were visiting their sister that u field survey will be undertaken ,- attempted

[Pd. Pol. Adv.] \ were in Memphis. Starke Nursing Home this Mrs E M Davis over the to detetmino the ac- suit for Injunction! was Lb.
in attempt to delay STEAK 79c
brouKht .n ROAST -
,Mrs. W. II Hart and M1"I.1! :Mayo Tenn last Tuesday to Friday week are Lawrence Singleton week"nd. uul unit costs of Improvingthe RIB or
courthouse project
Edith Christiansen: had ors of attending! the Holiday of Gainesville. James Biddle Donnle Ba-iwell has returned crossings! Richardson ndrled 1- the : .
until the Commission LB. .39c
new
guests on Friday and Saturday Green Inns of America: convention,, of Keystone Heights, Mrs. from six months service "I think a solution can Thf RIB STEW -

Mr. and:! Mrs. Norman Mr :! Mr. and 1.1'Oarl\ :Mathews Minnie Str'sspl! of Gainesville with the National Guard be found that will be both fair orsani/ed:! In January

Wlnn of Orlando Mrs!! Ald- end : : were Sunda/ /quests of Mr. ] and Mrs Grace Hall of In Aberdeen Md. to the railroad and the city." witnesses denied! this charge BRISKET STEW Lb. 29c
although :Moore said he
ridge Locke and mother. Mrs! and Mrs. Bruce Mathews In Hawthorne. Mrs. C I. Cnouer and children -
thought that citizens had a
L. W Strickland of Wild- Pvt Gainesville] on their grand- Mr. and IM.s J. S. Walker and :MW. E. Lawson Home Health FRESH raiouxnHAMBURGER:
ilfht to say where the building -
wood. !Marine """auahter. Laura Mathews' and children of Fort Lauderdale went to Clearwater on Frldiyto should 'ot located. Lb. 29cCENTKR

Mr and Mrs. David Mont Island Fraternity"I:! second birthday. spent, the weekend get Mrs Annie Dempsey Course Starts Andrews asked Shaw to

gomery and family spent: Mr and Mrs Guy Sale with Mr and Mrs J H who returned with them for take the stand and asked, If
Sunday with their parents were vlsltln t Mr: and Mrs. Monerief mini attended the several days visit.
haste In
the board's! ncquiring -
Rev. and !Mrs E. F. Montgomery '. Keith Glllinaham! in Jacksonville UF Homecomingr/;\ Mr. and )Mrs\ DnvH Coats [Continued Frcm Page! One I PORK SALE
,, \ the Legion! property wa-
the weekend. "'h" savs Rohprt King In Memphis Tenn. last
: Sr. and Mr. and:! Mrs. I 'laude I Itaxi'll. over were tlon. They represent fourcounties not prompted by knowledge! :!
II. L. Tolbert In Lake City. '' Mrs Bob Ferguson spent bitch Is I'ltra-I.lhenil? AFL- Monrtiv to Friday attendingthe : Clay Union. Bikei. that a suit for Inhmction
the weekend: In WashingtonD CIO 'one Committee, Rep. Holiday Iv.ns of AmerlcB '
"r"nr and Bradfor,1.Tlili was being pI[!Jared. ( CUT
C. with Mr Ferguson A,1s.ro. ('I IVtnn I'wwpll, Robert convention The Coats were,
who Is cmpveH!::. thel'e'Ith i I,'. Kennedy. If you're also In :Miami' over the weekend Is a pilot training PORK CHOPS Lb. 79c
project sponsolyd. Jointly by (ICapt. Leon Tr:est
the Florida News! Service | 'irp'l of Inflation and thpfOr'nt / attending! the Florida
L. P. 'Pete' Mr and Mr.. H. B, Tres-, Sorltv VOTK: KIRK Hotel nn'l ?Iotor Hotel convention the Office of Economic Opportunity Is Accident VictimIn FRESH. OKSMOKED
\ the U S. Public
( Ott of Micon. Oa will! brI|I for Governor TIM. Pol Ad V.I'' Mr\ Coats Is in Health Service and CUBS ( PICNICS Lb. 43c
I weekend EUP'.ts 1 of Mali and I O-B! 1':1'tnnr': '>s to Bradfirrl 'I-1 Vicksburg Miss this week on Hong Kong

Mrs V. J. i t"1 > nlei mid will'b l Colin Jfosnitnl business. the four-county Economic FUKSH SMALL:
.. thl"l Atiencv. It '.s the first such | Military rites for CaptI
E Senator for the Sixth ,'p'k prii--' i
arpomoii'lpr'\ hv Mrs Emma | Mrs Joan Mr\ and Mrs c L Cooper
protect to bJ approved In,, eon B Trlc-st, 35 formerly
Badmnn v'rio has P'r'-"iifl' Rt ./John Ran a'' ,, and family were visiting In RIBS, For Bar-B-Que Lb. 59c
Floildn of Theies. we'e: held at 3'P
: THANKS AGAIN th"lr !guest for twovbel'n\\ ("',lItv. Mrs- TlulLoul 1'rRrmrntl'r. Chleflnnd 'and Ol town on .
Dr. A. Y Covtnurton: Is pro- Wednewlav Inlark,
Mr and :\11P S nnrl ':\11-.. Flossie! Sitiirdiv: They brought' hack I-'LA. mADE A.
: Your Vote Will Be 'Prescott all Starkp Avery :Mrs Clealon lect director with Miss! DorlPeeiales Baptist Church. Aiuus't
left Tues" a- fn- Connecticut o ; Rhodes for a FRYERS lb. 29c
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I RN' chit Instructor .
} H< Oa with interment InVCit-
where the.v 111 mike their r"niil ison of Kamnton': Mrs! visit
E Appreciated 'home nftp'- t"Ti dav visit R'l"ahPth Taylor of Lawtev Kern run. I Iliernllsm n'dof 1! over :Memorial Park: KEY .
riiSII. : t'EDAR '
Purpose of t the is ,
program Capt Trlost died of inlui-
And John Pn\ton of Key- Illfill phrp0'1'1'': p
v Ith her mother !Mrs\ Gladys
= Tuesday, November 8 t Weldon i steno H"l over 45'> years of hue and from i I: accident October 24
Father F '-.VIoI.rt Kirby an-1 :Mrs Ann Kirby of Limerick Pol. Adv.I I
= Paid Political Adv by Campaign Treas. Mlther. Mr.=. Ann Kirby of r City Irvlcrrl arrived aatU"dav Dr. T O Ritch Miss Annie
Limerick City Irplnnd. Mr. I to visit her son. Father ) Daibv aol Mrs. Curie of a Home Health': China. Details! of the accident LOOSE WEINERS 3 Lbs. $1.00
.
F-nvar) Kubv. at St Frtwird's Retch' \lslted! Team. Tialni'iv\ ronilfts! were rot available at
and :l.ll's.t'kp: Oilhoolv. Mrs : Mrs. L, E. Jordan In-I
Richard Rr,-lards Mrs. Gay Catholic Church who..1 sPilouslv 111 in CD hours! of classroom! 1 press! time.Surviving. SMOKED BACON lb. 59c
A SAVINGS "tructlon and' several mont.h1! are his wife-
Rlcharrfs\ nnrl' children, and tbrouah' the Christmas holi- I Orange Memorial Hospitalon
of
on-the-iol\ trA InlnR.1 Mrs Joan Pethune Triest
Mr nnd Mr' Francis l\"na[ Sunday. 49c
: davs.M working\ In private homes on two sons. Loop B. Triest Jr. WHITE BACON lb -
THAT attended the F.iirharlstlr\ \ and ATrs !M F. Hazen Mr. and Mrs J. T. lawson!!
An hourly Ln+ls. ) and Rober Alan Tiiest.
Congress and dp-Mention of ''nd Atr. and Mrs. V. V. Hapn /- were In Anburndalp on Sun- :
The FRESH
horn
health nHe will three daughters. Deborah
attended the Haven fam- 'liv: vi"ltln" relatives
the C'-oss in St. Auaiistlne
: I on receive' training In household! PORK HAM Lb. 59c
WORKS ;:
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SlInrlay. llv reunion it the home of :Mr and Mrs\ Bob Hnrih -

l Mr and'l Mrs A O JTTZ"n: in of Jn"ksonvllle! were w" >k- management nutrition and
: Most people Who N sivs i'Itra-i.Iberal"Rpbrrt! irlorIrish i G"iiesvl"p 'n! SundavMr end (anent of *'r AndIr.: ford mamapir.cnt. and 1 pernnnl THE RHADFORD WE GIVE GREEN BACKS

d 7)i. problem li < and Mrs A O Txmdonr .Ipiome Johns They were all rare Tin needs 1-1 n COUNTY TELEGRAPH
riO C'oiw Committee I .
,, Af-I.-I home will 1 i 4' determined I
.r L ?, lied \d.-m ('1'"l I..r "Pwwpll I of Kpvs' l'w l< Tl lirhts were 1"11"111'nn guest Sitmrtiv ofT bv Ireen ]Hacks are rcdeornalile ristht here in our
A pl'nfps.ton.1
: stick to the ; Sunday -"tnt!' "' I' truest of Mr \ >' and ., Jimmy Dun- muse mloi tr Published every Thursdayat store No off Green Hacks
I sending waiting
rrt F. Koniiprlv. If you'reliver or
,;, a Woodmen of nn'TI'I: W T Jackson vooriv In O.-'nesville: rendwere nsctnnment' cf nn nirlP Altwork 1381.. Call St.,
ante savings < ) of liifl.itlon and the I Fen nnd M"s Charley l will b" iw1'>r a Pln'11'I1'R '-trI \ Starke Fla. 32001 are redeemable for /groceries, meats, vegetablesYour --
.,. you live, your Great !h'lv'u'n.: KI"\K Sttu'dav nl"ht dinner! 'I ord"i-s. end under Hiiprtr choice of anything in our store--Start saving "
b..t'wel'k.
j i Johns !!v pnt ntHiptr I'Uests of I\Tr and Mrs! Roh-
cash for
for Ootprnor fP'l. Pal| ,\ f 1 Second class
< v : eune"t't51:1n!! : i a lesi.teie1A : postage paidat I them today And remember-
: Income for Father, Edger( f.aRosp who I 'itmer :liome in Olenvllle ertvrills, n-.Tf Mr\ And :MrGeer Starke Fla.
nlll'OC.
good return. I N. C. They had ,",
has been nralctine) FatherKirby a- Hnrbv of JIt'kqon"llIl'i ,,'l tlvr In the trnlnlnu "You Get It Back With Green Backs"
antee cash
or weekend mii'sts' thensonin
nt
their home on Kingsleylake Subscription Rates:
At St Edward's Cath-
will he the
husband, professional' : It rr
law an'"! c':1uzhtpl'fl'': and In
trade area: $3.:>0
: Call today nll"! Phiwh' for, the pact two nf the four county health per
31.1PluhlU: ( H :
MIRnlT Kn7nrlan and Keen I'ltr.x liberalism, enfof year: $2.00 six months.
story on months l"tt WPrlnPstlav for! (riepnrtmenN the Departmentof
Field nf.l'r.ntutl\'t outstanding uehtpr 1 of Orlando and! at- FIIOH plif-PS. VOTF i
Our Snvloiir's Church at Cocoa PUblic Welfare E. L. Matthews editor and
and the
..
rhono 96l-BitU( nodal benefits. t"nrlp1 the U. of F. hnml''nmln'l. KIRK for Governor. (tlM.ri'l. '.
r Sturke. Fl.i.. ( Reach ( .\ also liwutlite" :Mrs Clvrl" slnt-la spent! After trnlnina all aides Outside! trade area: $400
ccldmt. ... .. Bill Green and Miss Diane :Mr and Mrs J C Gilbert
= dY r"-4 the wopkenl with Mr. and will wear distinctive! unl- I I per year: 92.25:> nix
Vlcllone! of the University of of OrMndo /
were Sunday visitors WE STOCK A (COMPUTE LINE OF GROCERIES
formi and
Mrs rhurljp! Sims and vlll he availablefor monthI'I
: South Cirollna ('nt the of Mrs Alice AndersonMissps
f WOODMEN OF friends\ In Douclas! O.iMis : I service :In private homos I
weekend with
c. oC r 1 Mr and l\trs'i Penny Birron and ,
: _( \ LIFE : AmD1mpll'r Anll: I Lex'' Green and attended the ':Ml'-kpv Lady of Jones! Bnsln I
: \ .J I.l :ah-s Rhoda Dampier;: attended XT of F. Homecoming! tMKs -'-s College spent the, week- ,! \WilliamsTo
NOME OFFICE the mllltarv exhibition at | '
; Jane: Bard of theUniversity p'ld 1 with Penny's father I
: OM... "Th FAMILY ; i the Greater Jirk-on\'!lll(< or Oeor"ln111 b" ,' James, Baden I Head CD
.. lat> Fridafind Saturday
FIIII'/ home for BHS Homecomingthis :\11'0V.. F : FREE
r which 2nd LtV E. / lttctdlrton.tlss'l VISIt FRY
... \ weekend !\11ctpe: MId' I
(Continued
M r took part Who !savH Rohprt King F I, Matthews attended thpiMiddleton From Pnm- One 1

.1 HUh I Is ritra-Mhprnl I? AFL-, fan-IIv reunion at 000 allotted that group under

r CIO Cone Committee, Rep Pomona Part Stin'lnvMi the
on I rare track fund division
. II IIw I Adam' ('Ii\'ti n Powell Kohert and Mrs Willis Evan and suggested< that action be .\snDenlouratic

F. Kennedy: If you're and daughter otIAI'lanl'll1! i deferred until a later date

w NOTICINEW tired of Inflation mend the were weekend guests otTr: | Received an invitation

J Great SorlefVOTE, ': KIRK and Mrs. :Buford Mitchelland from Guy million, execu-

- I| for Governor [ipd'. Pol ,'
- I J. B BJkkrn. Harry Green Glow! and 1.' of F s-nm. 1 nee Valley Authority to attend Rally

and Jlmmv Green went to John Adams of Little Rork ,, meetin :: of that !group;
STORE HOURS BEGIKMiriG NOV. 10TH I' Lakeland on Sunday to move AI'nnd\ Larv Nopnel of the I'1 I In. Starke on Nov. 15 at Holi-

Mrs W M.Vlmbpl'ly to TTniversltv of Alabama wel'e' day Inn.

: i FORKOCHS StArke. At present Mrs home for the weekend. Dlscusse.1 with Hamiltonthe MIDDLEBURG SCHOOL

WimberlY Is staving with her progress! being made on

: I I sister! Mrs A. F SaulsMr ,, development of the Rowell-
And Mrs. Bernard Officials View" Sampson-Crosby Lake recreation SATURDAY HOV. 5 4:30: 7 P.M.

Emanuel are in Mill Town.N. area _
1 ANDREINS[ DRUG
on business and visiting
visiting relatives In Elmira' -Decided to cneclc into an DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES (Opposed)
R. R. expense! of $23.370 listed:! by
r ;
N. V this wcrk CrossingsI I II
the SRD for a railroad crossing Congressman Cabinet Members
I David Troxell of the ship:: )1 on the recently
I' completed
Saratoga at Mavport was! I DON FUl"\!
DRUGITCKELl 'Continued From Page One I Anderson School road southof EARL FAIKCLOTII'
I weekend gUt -t of Mr. and! .
E I Mrs. Herbert Thomas and tlon problems; S. \\'estmol'e-I{ La.tey.1It'ard Governor
DROVARDV11.IIAMs)
.. I daughter Kathleen. lurid/ Street crossing! elevation' Shaw- attorney that Gene ROBERT KING I1WII .
I Mrs! Ruth FrIzler.IIIO! !! pr<"''ilt'm J ; Alton Road crossing report purchaseof

Madre Mlddleton. Mrs. F J. ell"\,'lion problem: Jackson< j American Lesion propertyfor State Senator
DRUG Sheet, and the new courthouse had State Representative
Folium and M's Fate Brownattended crossing roiiifhneis ,:
I the Alpha Delta loose rock; E. Call Street been completed for $49.493. I.. .1'. "PETE". GIBSO\:

- I Kappa convention at the criMsmjr, good condition: Jetferion plus obout $200( for documen- SAM: TEAGUE EUGENE< : F. SHAW

Ponce dp Leon Hotel In St. street<<" cro.e..lngeleva. tary stamps. Shaw said how-
A M. TILL 7 P.M. I ever that an offer made: the DISTRICT 1"0.2 .
MON. THRU SAT. 8 Augustine! on Friday and thin problem and general
Carl Ritch estate for adjoining
- '1 Brownlee Rondcio.injTt -
I Saturday: :! roughness; County Commissioner Justice of PeaceEf.DER'F
Mr. and Mrs George Edwards good condition property had been rejected -

; I SUNDAY 10 A.M.\ TILL 12 NOON : of Janestown: N. Y Dmingr' the inspection SAt.1'I1)1IIeer He also informed: the D. SAUNTERS L. E. GREEN
have returned to their homeIn ; ): Richardson, asked board that Jan 16. 1963 had AND ALL OTHER UNOPPOSED: DEMOCRATIC: NOMINEES

Hellbronn Springs! for the w'ht,t the speed 1 limit was In'' been set as trial date of the
: (Oil AS POSTED 1HTOIm: )
winter They have as their th.' c?ity. :Mayor: Chitty replied I suits brought against Tax Clay County Democratic ExecutiveCommitteeTIIt'R

Will Be jl//, guest this week Mrs\ :MvrtltAdfclns the" the maximum spfe4.wn Collector J, R Kelly bj five

Your Cooperation Appreciated I ot J.uk.sonalU: -'.. ii'mils but lU.it most. ot the Uiube', land; or ner. _

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Miss Bradley I Halloween Party Florida ,Masons' Grand Master : Commission Seen As First

Weds Mr. GriffisIn Held On Patio

e Hope ChurchBarbara At Johns HomeMr To Visit District Friday NightWilliam I
t tL ti ,

Faye Bradley,'I and Mrs. Jerome Johns :M. Hollis of Lakeland Step Toward\ City PlanningThe

GLADYS MOOTY daughter of Mr. and Mrs and Mr and Mrs. Secbi'r Grand :Ma.ster of nearly

Phone 964-0651 Clyde Bradley, and SidneyW. i Goodman: entertained 100 73 000 Florida Masons will
Orlffls Jr son of SidneyW. teenagers it a Halloween make his official visit to this first step for ''ttmg A b"ut10,000 annually.

Orlffis :and the late Mrs. party last Thursday night for dlstiict at 6 rm.. Friday. Sta. KB mi ,\ planned, inure Smith said.
,.......,,-- -- Griffls. were united In marriage their daughters Janelh No4.. nt>! (iKieilv owth \\ ou1b\ ,' He pointed out that the

Woman's Club on October 22 at 8 p.m. I L; Goodman mj Debra Julius'i Cerelnonie1of receiving .ippointr-\ : by111: -I!' r'KllTUi, g.) c''lllllclHvlil. : U.\*>-

To Hear Officer in Hope Baptist Church, i4 ; The party was held on the I I I the state's tup: :Mason. will beheld Randal Chitlv: of a committee i Uiilly provide t.\o-Uiucia of

Theressa with: Rev. Merle L.! Johns' patio and yard whi.-h, I j: in the employees club to work out compnh.cnm the lunds net! cd for' an Imi -
I Discuss CanalCol. Packham performing the was decorated in the Halloween house at the Florida State i plans and be In position: i provement pjviipct. and that

nuptials. I motif with black and Prison. Program features and II'> !take advantage! of Federal the remaining third can of-
Thomas E. Cuttino, assistance: !premium.! '011 h' finincrrl! through a
Decorating[ the altar were orange streamers, owls, (rats committee arrangements are
i member of the Corps of En- I 1 'I ill. was the conclusionre long-term, 'love interest loan.
baskets of white mums and 1 i skeletons and lantern* being! directed by District
gineers of Jacksonville and! gladioli. against; a hack- I i placed throughout On the Deputy Granj Master Ron \ '\iclied( ) at a meeting of citizen I Mayor CIl.: ty inch.-ated bds

manager of the Florida, ground of palms, ferns, and t patio was a low round table nie Griffls of Raiford. and:!! officials to ::eth"i!' 'intent1"' 'n! to nnpoint a plan-
Canal Authority, will address rt 9 6+ with an Urban Couns-'lins ning commission at eavlydnte
lighted tapers in branched covered with a black and i The 8th District Is com- an
J members and guests of the. I and Research( Service .
candelabra. white checked cloth and:! cen- posed of eight lodges in this br' team
Starke Woman's Club at I Marcia Griffls organist, SandersInmanMr !I tered with o hugs black pot. i I area, having a total member- > from the University of Florida -I

,J.helrvjneeyng. Wednesday, rendered nuptial music I Suspended above the pot wis 1 shin of 580 Masons. last Thursday nK'ht In Two Sentenced

js'ov.j 9' at'X3Pi; ? A1.V'''' and accompanied Mrs. Rod- and Mrs. M R. San-I a witch stirring; the "brew"In The Grand Master is usually t the Starke Woman's Club.
., Col. Cuttliiwilt epeak on Rlthnr:! Ste-ba., director! of : In Circuit Court
I ney Hall soloists ders announce! the engage- the pot. The refreshment.] accompanied by hl Florida's Cross State Canal. Percy Sullivan, Jr. served ment of their daughter Mar- table was covered with Halloween !-'I principal officers of the the University of Florida research -I

He will also show a short 1 as best! man and the ushers tha Peirce, to Charles Doug- cloth and held pump- Grand Lodge and by members -. Willla.ni M. hells team which is working Two men were sentenced
film on the same subject. of I / under a Federal !grand! j I'n' cl-cut eocj-t W nt-.sday:
important committeeswho
were Wayne Hersey and Billy las Inman Jr of Clearwater kin nut bread popcorn balls,
The program Is under the He is a 33rd degree Masonin I distributed copies of a Woifc- morning by Circuit Judge
Vlewsome-Black Dampier. Terry McCarthy son of Charles D. Inman Sr. candied apples, Halloween Rive a detailed report of
I direction of the conservation served as ring!':: bearer. of Atlanta, Ga.Miss decorated cu'> cakes nndi:! i the statewide Masonry pro- the Scottish Rite, belongsto able Plan for Community Qiorne L. P.Htcn.
Mr. and Mrs Ernie W. committee with Mrs. J. A.' Mrs. William Dampier attended Sanders, a graduateof soft drinks. The seven card I aram. the York Rite bodies, the Development and a booklet Willie James Byrl, pleaded
Griffin as chairman. All Shrine, and the Eastern for guidance of planning guilty and was.;: sentenced to
Mewsome of Starke announce as matron of honorin Bradford,;: High School Is tables placed: on the patio Grand Master Hollister has
She engagement of their members and Interested per-. a street length, light; blue majoring in English Education were covered with black and 1: served as a city commissioner Stars commissioners. five years! at the Florida

:laughter, Gloria Jean to sons are urged to attend. dress with fitted bodice. She at FlorUli State Univer- white checked cloths, centered in Lakeland: has also server In business, he Is a vice Another member of the Ctnte Prt' on for <--tatiitorv\
anery: Lewis ( Hostesses for the meeting blue head also student with Halloween i and for president and director of team, Civics; Fmlth.' s-vike rat. and Rudolph! >!} Lewis
ISklppy] Black, wore a matching/ sity. Mr. Inmon, a masks 1| as mayor many ,
will be Mrs Paul McLendon, on municipal )le'ide(1( L'u.H :{In.t'I'n I -
of 'Mr. : The has been member of Public Super Markets, Inc. flnnndnn( and
ion and Mrs. RobertS dress, and cairied: a bouquet at Florida State is majoring young folk eltloyed years a
chairman, Mrs. A. E McKinney I I said thnt StRIke is te-if" t ti n inrr'hnr:! \ the
In '
the with headquarters in Lakeland unique
: Black of New River. of pink carnations In chemistry and an- dancing, games anrefresh1:? | Polk County' board of .
The wedding will be an Sr.. Mrs E. D. Tenly Lucy Bradley attendant thropology. mania throughout the school trustees. He also serves on the that only a sn all pArt of the I' Ptlll Pr'son: ) f. pt" e-son: ofIT."Ilhh1l
Mrs. Vic Frees Mrs. C. A. el'en-I Born In board of directors of the city's Income i I. derived from ,+ ',: ..keyNEI'l'f
!went! of Friday night, Nov. was attired In a dress of pink ing." Buena Vista Ga.
11. at 8 o'clock at Hope Baptist Futch, Mrs. J. O. Oay, Mrs.. voile with white lace bodice Woman's Club M.lr. and' Mrs. V. J. Spenp- in 1906. he came to FloridaIn First Federal Savings & Loan property taxes, 1
: Church. L. H. Gibson, Mrs. Robert ler assisted '' 1928 and has been active Assn. of Lakeland: and the "In most Florida:! miinHDalities. I-
In chapeionlng
with which she wore m\!\ ch-. : ( : (OF ((11.11tlN1: ;
All friends and relatives Green Mrs R. A. Green Sr.. lug accessories. She carrieda Members Plan and serving refreshments. in all branches of Masonry. Florida Reiiil Association the city nets about
Mrs E, A. Hall Mr. JQlm 75 per cent r* 1t1I'evenue
I .
T- *
> the-couple are Invited to small bouquet of pink car
tttend. I i Haney, Mr T. B. Harding, nations. Tour Of BlandingMembers Mrs. Lucille Cook from 'property taxes, hut In I The He..a nl of Equalization -
Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Mrs. Starke It's only, about 23
her Drivers percent of the Town of Brook-
Given in marriage by of the Starke Roping Club Faulty ,
I Services ; .
Willie Mae Denton Set t Smith slid.He .
father, the bride was lovely Woman's Club will tour i,,1'r, Ilradforcl ('rungF'lor
Junior Club In full length of For Moves Show Cause Most said the ch1'll'nttc! taxis ida, will hold in
a frown Camp Blanding! starting at Saturday a meeting

To Meet MondayThe I(Bridal Shower Chantllly Irce with fitted 9:45: a. m. on Thursday, Nov. To FairgroundsThe Hiway AccidentsMore the": bringing blKj-:'sl/ in revenue about $83.-producer I the Town' Hall-Community
bodice and long tapered Mrs Lucille Carter Cook. '
For Mrs. AlotnaArWeldon 000 annually. Second In Importance ( (!Iller' at llrookcr! on No-
Junior"Woman's, Club; sleeves that fell to points at 10.They will see a new! State 65, died Wednesday in uu I rexuid." Sunday after accidents. are causedby < I Is the utility tax- 'i\ember 10. IW6: ; at 8:00:
will have Home'Mrs. the wrists. The full circular Park visit the DuPont mining Orlando hospital after a noon barrel racing: events!!, "defective" drivers! than
which '
a program On ReUgions accounts for S5fl.ono-: P.M.: to hear any and allrilizons
( of tliVVoild" presented skirt had a chapel train of operation, and will be 1 short Illness. She was born in sponsored by the Bradford by defective, vehicles, members transfer from 1I1111tV'cnllf', : th'pir
by the International Affairs P. S. Alogna was hon- penu de sole. She wore a briefed on game and forest Starke on Jan. 17, IDOl Uri County Roping! : Club, will be of the Rr.tary Club were of ; ( ; and com-
ored at a bridal shower Wed- single strand of pearls and conservation by a game management daughter of the late Joseph' held at the Bradford County told Wednesday by Sat B. It over $50.000 annually: pliiiiiH pertains' to the
department at theb'meeting and
Monday night at t nesday night of last week her three-tier tulle veil was official( and a professional '. and Celia Frevatt Carter. Fahisrounds in Starke beginning Spears of the Florida High- around proaerttnx$53.000( t revenue( of "assessment and evaluation
other miscellaneous
3'clock at me clubhouse. given by Mrs Paul Mengr. held In place bv a double forester. 'I. She was a member of the this Sunday (November way Patrol Incorre of the real property

Hostesses for the eveningwill 1 Mrs. Victor Gingras, and crown. She carried a bouquetof The members will have. Baptist Church.Surviving AI i at 1 1:30: p m. The speaker sold that 1,453 : amounts to within the Town limit

be "Airs." Harold Godwin, Mrs. Francis Meng at the white carnations centered lunch at the Officer's Club, Is one daughter The barrel ivclng", 'has been persons have already been and the millage rate to be

Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, and home of the honoree's mother with a large white orchid. and the toui" should end Mrs Marie Lamonda of Orlando held in Hampton, but due to killed in automobile acci- afli.xed( thereto for ad va

Mrs. Gene Shaw Mrs. Gladys! Weldon.Mr. Mrs. Bradley chose for her about 3 o'clock.Arranncmfnts. ; two sisters, Mrs Pearl the large number of entries dents in Florida this year and common courtesy to II lorem tax purposes.'s .
and Mrs Alogna showed daughter's wedding a pale are under Belton of Staike, and Mis.: and spectators, the fairgrounds and over 87 ooo inlured. everyday drrum, would eliminate : IV A DOUGLAS
movies of their tour of blue dress accented with Na- Florence McGrath. Orlando a lame> percentage( of I
I I II. the direction of the membersof ; will be used to accommodate He said tl'at applying the
I.I. the West during the evening. vy accessories and a lavender the club's conservation one grandchild, and two them. principles of commonsense this tragic!' toll! I'I Clerk

Seasonal flowers were usedto orchid corsaae. committee, Mrs. J. A. Griffin, greatgrandchildren.Funeral The spenl.i! was untrodur-l 111STARKE'S :J
advantage in highlighting I A reception was held in services will beheld ed Fred ',
:SALT The GREAT chairman. Mrs.\ J. D. Odom, by \ Giaudon! -----
points of interest In the the church education build- Mr.s Jerome Johns and Mrs. at 11 :1. m. Saturday in

party rooms for the occasion. ing which was decorated:! for t, N. Bieazeale. Jones Memorial Chapel with
SOCIETY The refreshment table was the occasion with artificial Rev. Cecil Williams officiating

1 covered with a white lace bamboo and white roses Interm'nt111 followIn STARKE'S

VOTE Harold HILL.I cloth and centered with an Miss Romesa Dodd greeted Christian Church Klngsley Lake Cemetery ONLY ONLY

arrangement: of mixed fall guests at the door and presented -,Young Adults under direction of DeWitt C Cohen

FOR CONGRESSPd. flowers them to the receivingline EntertainThe Jones Funeral Home. DISCOUNT DISCOUNT

The hostesses presentedthe composed of Mr. Griffls STORE

( Pol. Adv.) honoree with several Sr.? Brenda and Carole Orlf Young( Adult Sunday Services Tuesday STOKh:::

pieces of her chosen patternas Its, sisters c cJ the groom Mr. School Class of the First I
a memento of the occasIon and Mrs. Bradley, the bride:! Christian Chu"ch had a Halloween For W. E. Kudrna

and groom and bridal attend- party Saturday night;.| Of Keystone

FLORIDA ants. in Fellowship Hall, which was i 'a
Miss Cheryl Grafts kept ::1 I William Ktlwnrd .
Stork Shower decorated with orange and I Kudrna, 7t
| the bride's book and Mrs. of
black crepe paper streamers,,. Keystone Heights, filed atid- SpWi4i'1sLase ;
THEATRE i For Mrs. Durbani -Merle Packham cut the wedding pumpkins and corn stalks. denly last Sumlay afternoon.

I i cake Assisting In serv- Prizes for best: costumes, He had lived at Keystone for
I Members of the Lawtey ing were Mrs. Fred Dodd. went to Mrs. Lonnle Fullwood the past three years, coming
Methodtst WSCS ,honored Mrs.' Martin Hersey and;! Mrs. Jim from Bunncll, where he hurt
Showtime-Weekdays 7 I as a folk singer: and
Mrs. W L Durban with a Jimmy Gna nr1. ) lived for 48 yearn He was a
Sunday 3:00. Saturday 1 Faulkner attired as a woman.A
stork shower Thursday night, The coup!" left on a wed- and games retired' automobile cinder, and,

FRIDAY SATURDAYNov. I Oct. 27at the home of Mrs. dinsr: trip to Jekvl Island, and led by Spook-a-thon Charlie Cowen andChal'le I la member of the First Baptist, -. .... GIRL'S .
George Roberts Sr. will reside at Route I, Box enjoyed !Church' of Bunnell.
Reese were
i, 5 !!
I The gift table was covered 129, Starke. The bride chose Miss Elaine Colson and Mrs. 1 I Surviving/ It one sister' Mrs. LADlE SDRESSES

Double Feature ProA'Mlm with a lace cloth, and arrangements -I fog traveling a two piece blue Reese were in charge of the Anna Dolezel of White River, SCHOOL
,
fall flowers accessories S. D.
of suit with black
i Lonnie
decorations end Mrs.
...-- .. .... were used in decorating complemented) with the orchid Fullwood and Mrs. Jim j j I Funeral scrlvccn were" held l
Mrs. Ole-in Shuford and from her bridal bouquet. Faulkner headed the refreshment at 2 p.m. Tue.srljiy, In Bunnell BRAS
avis Mrs Sherrill vere game prizewinners The bride 1 is a graduate of committee with Rev> Chiirlc.s Anders! of

-0 and Mrs. John Mor- BHS class of 1964. a member The 40 people attending ficiatingInterment/ wan In
PRESLEY. 1'11won the door prize. Small of the Hone Baptist Church, Included youn members of Espanoln Cemetery" In Flagler
: Reg.
f School sec- County with HeWitt C. Jones
> plastic storks were presentedas and Is a Sunday and their children
the class

jfaradiseHawaiianStgle favors. servedto retary. Is BHS graduate Funeral Borvieew.BI'MNKSS. Home In charge of ,-. IJ $2.69 SAVE!
i Refreshment were i The groom a Foster Shi Smiths
the 25 I class of 1961 a member
guests.- I ::!:! I'DI't.tTIONAFTEItNOeN .00
-. .. !, of Hope Baptist Church andI Entertain Choir fl.AS.SKS SAVE 24'
I I i i" employed bv the National
At Buffet Supper '
Plastic Notebook '2.5O. at the Guard at Camp. Blanding, 'Afternoon classes in Business..
.jv0Plus -f
}HAL wains ; -
; TJlX.y.mt.'PJT-; | Mr. and Mrs. Foster Slit Education are held each \Vedncwlay SAVE!

Smith entertained the Methodist -I from 3:1: .", to 5:4.5: In
School PTA +
High Chancel Choir at a buffet .the USO building InstructionIs
-
|To Serve Dinner I: supper Wednesday nightof given In bookkeeping, typing t

3O1: last week at their home on I shorthand<1, and oflh-e rrmchlncM. t I t
Before Game I
.
The'W rfk7mmnrtAFF14theneure'
Street.
i W. Madison I MEN' I
hold In the
The suppevas
The turk"y dinner nt the
DRIVE-IN high school cafeteria Friday recreation room where the

I night before t.he Homerom- six tables were covered with A riHMtlflnl All in the TKIJO-; 1'.

OPEN 7:00 I Ing football name Is building red cloths And centered with iK.U'll; brines n'suits.Card WORK

SHOW TIME 7:11 up with enthusiasm among: arrangements of greenery
: i
BHS alumni. On the hearth in the recreation f
I was a straw
room
ADMISSIONAdults : The dinner, sponsored by

SUN.: :\10:':.. TfES. 7oc Students 60c' the BHS PTA la open to the ](1 I rooster against and: on background the mantel ofgreenery aP iP GIRL'S GO GO -

Nov. 6, 7, SIT Children Under 12 Free I public and will be served than I I I was an arrangement of pyra- 9J1()( [
| from 5 to 7:30: In order ]
FRI.. SAT.. SUN everYone can attend the canthea beriles. PANTS

YOU TEARS APART Nov. 1, ;5), 6 game at 8 p. m.Mrs. including The 22 husbands"'..1e.t1attendlnR and wives, : ON VACATION ? oots2.99LIGHT _. I IReg

\. P. D. Fancher Jr.
WITH Double Feature Program I enjoyed sln;\lnK after the
president of the PTA states I
SUSPENSE supper.
1
several table reservations -
that
,
Mrs. George HUilglns: assisted -
made for I
have been Mrs. n-.lth in serving

-THE flUSSIAHS class alumni reunions. I I REG. 25c REG. $2.98 $2.9B i

Gloria StricklandHas

ARE COMIN& Mrm.bers Attend I Birthday PartyGloria VENETIAN 1'
ADK Convention 1i1 SAVE! 1'

THE flUSSIAHS Strickland celebrated -
.
Mr. Fat! Brown Mrs F. WINDOW\ i
her eighth! birthday
PAUL JULIE ARE COMIHR"Plus J. Pellum. Mrs. Ruth Frazier Tuesday afternoon of last BULBS :
and Mils Mad e Middleton
nEWmAn I nnnREiusRLFRED week when her mother, Mrs. .oo
tllanewe were delegate to the Alpha] BLINDS
rarteae'wultDisnsi"s F. W. Strickland, gave a sup-
Delta Kappa sorority con- EACH
per party for her and six girl
I
de Iron
vention at the Ponce
friends. I ,
Hotel in St. Augustine Frl- /M.dd IX .
tl 5e
HITCHCOCK'S I The Halloween motif was
Tav through Sunday i
electedfor carried out in the party dec- Too should anfou yes" protect sued $tg.oo
State officers were orations at their home on hinge M swuntlei, bonds, deeds,
CURiAln' a two year term. Mrs. I
,
tax
insurance papers records
Klngsley: Lake. The dining I DC
: Sara Son of Callahan, who ..., from fr) and theft Perhaps you 1/
table was centered with a
hat many friends in Starke don't know about the HmeulM
'I Jack-o-lantern filled with Model 1 IX designed for home
I safo- or
.. ... + was Imtallel! as president! ;
1 Wednesday Thursday t at4weti'itr.F4'iwti: l\\hi.jI.( '" convention candles:! and cockers. office It's only 20H*

Nov. 9, 10I 1 f Highlight of the The girls enjoyed games high, weighs 121 pounds, and It 1
was the decision to purchasea Underwriters'
certified by Lab-
SOPHIA IPREN and refreshments during the
I .... scholarship house at Flor- intorl. W* Invite you to drop In
..aaakeMl..snb. party hours
Ida State University. Scholarship and aid about It today./


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-w,. t,,.,. .
'v r"i" 7tlM P. M. 'rMrxdnru.Pwhrr ,
: "r-"YI, i .r r r w'' ,8N411' i in Edwards Angus .'\ IT. limitiirrorcllnNt '
I l rti Ir ww .r 1 Pt'- I to the ftillou IIIM: HPI'- Is a vote for LBJ
RECREATION NEWS l M f
a 1 7ri 7'' i + i It'll'utloni*:
A r Farm ShowsGrand 1 I. liUldi, y | the afurumentloned. .. pninIMCM Fuqua
!s. and anv Information" ,r"-
r 'I
Flea D Champ iulri'd will Ito provided by tlilHoCfluo.
Football boys lassoed the Colts by the VOTE Harold HILL
On Tuesday. Oct. 25. 52 score 7-6. Eddie Blalock 2. The nuer". >HRfuI lilddur Hhallbi
boy, weaii"' their bright', scored the touchdown for the I' Home urown steers from I Nprmitlju| for removal, of
!r I''' F the J. M "Awards:! Angus I nil material, footlnwu. debrl,. FOR CONGRESSPd.
colored lei",*'>'< played their Cowboys. The Colts! cairn ri ,. W r r 1 nl vtr., from. thii. Huliuul alto und
fitafc!! same of the season. The 1 rteht! back with Donald Nettles Farm collected multiple' Hhall leave. I the area, now occupied
honors at the Greater Jacksonville ( Pot Adv.)
mimes are bring; played at scoring. Both team .' by the HtibjHtt ImlMmw< In
iiM1 Fair last week. a "ilunn, rakcd-owr "condition
the Pratt SVeet, Ball missed their
Pal'k.1 extra point try ::1. The Kuit'i-Kvfnl. l ldicr 1 Hhnl)
but to the !boys, it might be so at the end of resolution! Susan Edwards' 892-pound have a |purled" not to exceed. III)
:florida' Field If you want toy' time, the score was tied The entry was declared Grand dnyg fiom' tht. award of contract,
Champion of the entire show fur, the mo\al of nil "man rlalt -
sae football played like it teams then had four clown.1- pu'' r i .. .,
j A It 't Handling of matertalM and
srtould be. come out to the each to either score or advance and was first in medium shirr... dlHiioKil Rhnll b.. In KcppIntr I STARKE
Park every Tuesday and the bull the farthest t weight class with th>0 cxlutlntr city r<>-
1.. t Tom Edwards won second liilrrmiTits.. No. Htoraifp of m.iH'llalH -
Neither team scored, but the
Thursday at 3-45: p. m. The } vhall he permitted ontho BUSINESS
place In the heavy weight division -
teams this year are coachedby Cowboys ad.;'need the ball job alte.ny inaterlnla Hold
Richard Williams Cow- I the farthest and were given lv t with 1 l.''s 980-pound on the nlte mtint be. removedImmediately. "
steer and Zack Edwards' entry DIRECTORYAUTO
Packers The final score -
boys; Rand Jones a point.
4. The Itll.tIl1 Md'lcr hall
: Gene Rayburn- Colts j Cowboys 7. and Cols 6. Activities At Public was third In the middleweight ho required. to provide a *;3uOperformance ; ...
II Library"Books class.
and Randall Davis -Rams.In | The second game between I hand or rrtxh".r'"
Zack's 897-pound steer was check! treaamer'n. check or REPAIRSEarls
the first name the Cow- the Rams and the
pa'kers// riciiie" IH Ills 18th annual hulls! the Interest of purchased for the second of any national or Mlate bank
the slogan for orlebrtt- :Mrs. ( >i>rge \Inkier, .HtorytHer., ;No; bid'" bond IH halos!, re 1 lion of National Children'* Book Ucek, Oct. 80-Nov. 5. Above usHorted' Ninull fry ut the regular Thursday! nfternoon Story successive yea" by Florida hut the board. ehall, expect >hid- Garage

(from Irft) Barbara Smith. !Shady> McCiilloiiKh/ Briir Tucker' Hour newscm.! Children 6 through 9 year of age ere ln>lted Publishing ('0. which paid 38 dera to show ffood faith In fulfllllnff ALL KINDS OF

'nnil Stuart Strickland: Illustrate tlflr favorite book) covers now to attend each Thursday afternoon. ut 3:30: p.m. at the public cents a pound for the animal 5. The their HII'C8.'U'proposals.' bidder ran AU70 REPAIR WORKAll

on ill. "|>lay at the :Starke-Braxlfonl County Public Library. library Judging, by the attention. of thin group Story Hour -total cost $322.92. expect uilth n'laatlon, for. < omnienclnu Work Guaranteed
I Another area winner was work the mime till ty .tx//
BUCI'S ;lira Avalon Starts county art tciM-hrr, counllntttrnl thin dlpluy. *- I la a big hit with the youngsters.as B3wln Baker of Lake Geneva the bid oponln' xrnrruu'ntlonrd. Phone 989-2964
'
So. '''alnut,
0. The RmcciiKftil bidder I whose D93
-pound Angus evldunco that he HIII.or
placed first In heavyweight bin company' IH r>,ol>.'rlly Insui- AUTO SERVICE
class and was declared Re- ed, by an tfcptaulH' InnurlnffiiKemy ,
-M was rained out after a few 2 point conversion and the Palldino passed for 2 Its own territory and was serve Champion of the show. In the t'ollowlnx/ Gilbert S. Brown
GROCERY minutes of play and will be Cowboys haJ the 14-0 for forced to and Southern ner.
game touchdowns one 30 yardsto punt Edwin received 5B cents a A. \\"orkman' .IIIl1n-1.
'played at a later date. I Schedule Jerry Joyner and the Discount took over on Holi pound for his steer.Thenin H. OontriK. t"r'a Lhl Standard Oil :service! Station
: :301-NORTH Thursday. Oct. 27 The Thursday No. 3. Rams vs other for 50 yards to Billy day's 23 yard line. Just 18 Opr.rnll-n. H. I. >> ATLAS

I Colts and the Packers squared Packers. 3:45: ; Colts vs Cowboys Sanford Paldlno ran for one seconds lemalned on the I P./HOO.OOO!n. taannot'nntrarrunl:; TIRES & BATTERIES
2 SALE GOOD FRL, SAT., SUN. off and in a very closely j)I 4:30.Tuesday: PAT and Pest Control de- clock when Ricky Bennett ,\. Vnwn (County .Judiriuf ( Liability: Budget Terms-Road Servioo
Hrudforrl' Cmlntv,
Klftrldu,
played contest, the Packers Nov 8: Packers vs feated Sinclair Oil 26-20. raced around his left end Nnvi'mhi-r; ]II. num.! for on II. t I. 9O.OOU/IVOOI, > Phone 964-7071
AIl Flavors Del :Monta 46 Oz. Cans edged the Colts 13 to 12. The Colts 3:45: ; Rams vs Cowboys 1 STANDINGS [won-lostl) and carried down to the goal of tho garni1 and, for" final approval" ,11.I .- 7. likls P. D.Khali 1MHOO:; b.. Healed and 407 N. Temple SUrh-e\

FRUIT DRINKS 3 For $1.00 'Colts took a 1st quarter lead 430.: Bradford Barber Shop 4-0: line. Then on the next play I, tato thecae, of UB ryrns I Kxei-iitrlx J'llaworth nt the elt- marked: "Mid\ on Removing

i as Drew Barry raced around Special AttractionOn Sinclair Oil 2-2; Fla. Pest Ricky Bennett went Into the d*.ppa. .<>.d. Beam. School Rulldlnic." HURST'SSHELL

-Half or Whole Side-Not Sliced I end for 12 ynids and the 6 Saturday night, Nov. 5. Control 2-2: Baldwin Chevrolet end zone for the game-win I Oitolimnth.. .. : I'lOB. S.noeded.If 'additional It mav !I.InformationIH .olit.ilm

;SMOKED BACON Lb. 49c points. In the 2nd quarter at the Bantam Football 04.Bantam ning touchdown. Mark, Pat- THKI.MIJKAM Kxnititrlx: ,.( th THORNTON: hv cuntactlnw this ..rrhI'b': ( Service Station
> Karate of
.. ___ the Packers tied it up as games the Small Fry Teams FootballIn ray ran for the extra point CvriiH 1 Kllnworth I 121 11.'t J.
-- -- -- B" nm, I.o! .
:GOOD Steve Thomas; went Into the will play exhibition matchesat the first game Saturday and Southern Discount won THOM: [ \II At IMKltm: The Itnurd. j r,'xrrt rx tin Ga Oils Lubrication
,
69c. end zone from 4 yards out halftime of the Bantam Oct 29, Lawtey defeated the game 7U.Saturday >. Attnrnryx-xt-Lv rluht to. reje, an\ ur i all .Md. Goodyear Tires & Batteries
Lb. THOMAS: : I.inSlip
CHOPS I 1. \SICY."
PORK 308-5: ;; .
North T le
Ae.Stark. ROAD SERVICE
and It was 6at half time. !en meg. If you haven't been Conner Insurance 14-0. Law- Nov. 5, Doyle .., Florida. ,.I.lilt,,\ MtllMIt, '
: FLA. Tommy Reddish took the able to observe these boys Inaction 1027II II'IO' 301 and 100 Starke
JRAUE A t defeated Conner Insurance Conner meets Holiday Inn at 10120 4t IIIIIIIUU.'OItU i,

FRYERS 1.6. 29c 1 kickoff openinz the 2nd half this will be your opportunity 14-0. Lawtey won the flip of 6:30: p. m. and> Southenr Dis
and ran it back 35 yards and and we feel like and fumbled on its first play count takes on Lawtey at 8. ( el>"rvn' notKIOF .> ,

-SMALL[ the Colts were: out In front I you will be amazed at the and fumbled: on 1th first play STANDINGS I wonlost] ] P. o t>IMIII.IC,ru\\iT' has: !I f\STHI i "starkp I-I'ION, Florida" / ; ,I''I

::Barbecue Spare Ribs. Lb. 59c 12 to 6. In the final period. ability of the youngsters.. from scrimmage on the 50 Lawtey 3-0: Doyle Conner "tolin-, 31. 1'tdH! HEALTH FACTS

--.-- ---- -. -- -_ Steve Thomas once again Women's Volleyball yard line Conner moved to Ins. 2-1: Southern Discount The. nradfurd, < fonniy Ronrilof ,
( Gal Jar.. tied it up with: 10 yard TD Results I'ubllc InHtructlon ul!! u i *- NEUVOUS TENSION:
a
-Sunnyland 2 Thursday Oct. 27: the 35 and was forced to 1-2: Holiday Inn 0-3. tHxo waled, lililfi at ItH of f u.f.

:PURE LARD 49c run. Thomas, then ran for Goodman's Gulf took, three punt. Lawtey took over and 111 North Corm, Street. Stnrki.florlrln . is another one of the many complaints that
'! ___ _. __ -_- the camf-winninpr extra matches from Starke Build Larry Brown raced 30 yards for rrmovlnir' one tw<"-
LNo. Htotv, hrli' k I'liildlnHT' I 1< from" it..* respond favorably to Chiropractic care Sedativesor
Cans Sunshine point and th. Colts lost their2nd er's
: 2'/z Supply and moved to a around end to Conner's 38 .
icorvrvH ...
u nabs rot! in.IN MIIin| Die I.n\'v .1 h HlchIrhnuh tranquilizors may ease the tension temporarily
PORK & BEANS 4 Cans 99c game both by only 1 tie for 1st place. Goodman's yard line. Joey Bennett went \\l KOII III!.tOFOKIICOl'NTt. : |I.ji. l.-y, Florida. until
: but the condition to become
permit
-- --- had little trouble with the back to pass got Into troubleon Kl.0111.I III. progressively
INo. 303 CansTr' nl3 The blue-clad Cowboyswon usually] tough Builder's crew the 50 yard line grot loose In re, lOxtHtidf: worse. Only the removal of the nerve pressure bya
Cyrua T-ilpm: >rtli Honm.dt"c .
ENGLISH) PEAS 3 Cans 49c their 2nd game againstno taking the three matches 135 and ran to Conner's 20 as *..n.pd. properly trained and equipped Chiropractor will

--- --- --- defeats bv spanking the 15-4 and 15-8. the quarter ended. \ :No. 303 Cans Royal King Cut Rams 14-0. The same was a In a closely As the F tool. Dh'hnruf>. of r..p..I": Your is
very playedset 2nd quarter got! un Tn ,\I.T."IIO I 11'I.Y: Chiropractor a Specialist in this field.
well CO.VN'ntli'i ;
played the -
GREEN BEANS 2jCansg 29c'LATE one on part Hurst edged Noegel's 3: to der way Lawtey failed to ('F.H:>l: I 7010\.95 Phone him for an appointment today.
of both team
-- -.--- and was much 1. to take the set and are pick up a first down and ; : .- U hereby iflVHti that I
STEW Lb. Y 29c closer than the score indicates tlr.dfrlst place 1 while Noeael's Conner took over on their hiivrflliil, m> lent turns" ,aKxi'iutrlji I TOMOKROW: NEVER) COMES:
as th" scored : of the putiitc n( Cvrus -
_.. Cowboys
-- absorbe-1 their 4th loss. own 18 yard line. On their '
=PICNICS, : Lb. 39c'o their 2nd TD on the last play Noegel's took the 1st match. first play. Conner fumbledand that I Kllmvnrth I: ha\, <. fil ni-am...,el" ni> dei-enm-d iiutltlouf' ; 1 k 666 (A public service of the North East Florida

of the game. The defense 11-9. Hurst the 2nd. 15-7. Lawtev recovered the .' final illm luiritc' end that 1 Chiropractic Assn.)
2 Can Del Monte Sliced Limit 2 Please shined In this game as each and Hurst the 6 on ,III 'u[1'1.1| < t t. I Hi Hi" i -Hlil
won match by yard line On 3rd down
REACHES -- 29c team Intercepted 3 of theiropponent's taking the rubber gamp 97. Bubba Bennett went In from -.
.- -. ----- -- parses. Eddie Bla- Because of the 1
Tornado yard out an-i i Joev Bennett
:PlantatTon'MEAL lock went In from 5
yards Whirl tonlerht fThurndav) nn nasseri to J B Oladleux for
: OR GRITS 4 Lbs. 25cKanslIs'Queen nut In the l t.t t quarter to put Barnes will be played. The the E. P. and Lnwtev took a
._ the Co\vbos-5 out front '
= --- 6-0 'I schedule. for Nov. 10 will! 7-0 lead with 4-46 remaining

FLOUR 10 Lbs. -.- -.--99c- 't' Blalock final From play once that of: attain the score game went until when over the I match f ulf at Hurst 7 p. and m. and Ooodman's StarkeBuilder's in the Into the Est kl'-k-off half Conner and moved received Whatdo You I Mean by I "INIEGRIH Mrl High?

Supply and Noegel'sat8n.m. Lawtey territory
:See AH Long Grain the goal line./ It was a tough I where Jerrv TI' ton Intercepted -

RICE 4 Lbs. 49c defensive contest Blalock StandingsWonlost: Stanlev JTiller's pass and

passed to Jimmy Olssy for a I : Goodman's Gulf ran it bark to the 45.

-- Ir r 3-1 Hurst Shell. 3-1 : Starke In the second half Conner I With Robert King High's reckless character assassination of Governor Ha/don

Builders 2-2; Noegel's Auto received the kickoff butcouldn't Burns still ringing in the Miami
I our ears, Mayor's campaign literature and
04.Men'.
3T f I* ,, < Flag Football Lawtey took move over on the their ball own and I I billboards now make it clear that he intends to wage the same old unfounded
smear and innuendo campaign against Claude Kirk.
Bradford Barber Shot; continued 49 yard line. Each team exchanged
If you like, going. .l' its mastery of the City and as the quarter In its editorial on Wednesday June 22, 1966, the Miami Herald, the Mayor'sown

.t Flea\ Football League. win- tame to an (rod Lawtey had city newspaper commented on High's conduct in the Primary run-otf

"first class", ;you'lflike thisv 9 nlnar its 4th game against no the: ball on their own 38. Law- campaign: "The issue was integrity. By extension this made out Governor Burnsas

losses as they thumped tev couldn't move and punted a crook. Men who are called crooks by other men (High) on unsupported

SMITH-CORONA Traveler. .. j Baldwin Chevrolet. 60-0. to Connor, who fumbled evidence or by innuendo have ? .Ight to be aggrieved"

4i**" mwiM In the 1st quarter Dwlght and Lawtev recovered on Infe..nty'; Does the Miami Md
know
>ci really what the word means? The record
"I ,,.r tail : Elder returned a punt 50 yds.: Conner's 23 yard line. Joey mo,: :-iteb that he does not.
and a 6-0 lead. Phil Elder Bennett then passed to J. B.

then passed 15 :yds. to John'I Gladieux good> for 30 yards

Reddish for the TD. The and the touchdown. Bubba
same combination was good I Bennett made the extra ON ULTRA-LIBERALISM .

for the extra point and the 11 point and Lawtey increased HIGH : "I am not, and never have been, an ultra-liberal."

Clipper's had a 13-0 lead. their lead 14-0. On the last FACT: Edward I F. Stephenson! president of the Dade County AFL-CIO,

The league leaders added 13 Play of the game with Law- said : "Hijfh is ultra-liberal and therefore best able to represent labor's
more points on the 2nd quarter tey on Conner's! 38 yard line "
in
views 'falluhas,;ee. He is financ <\\supported by Walter Reuther
as Phil Elder hit on 2 Joey Bennett' passed to Olad-
David Dubinsky, the Hod Carriers Union and Machinist:
Council. High
TD leux
passes and both to Bill and was !downed at
I R'C Nelson for 40 yds. and 25 Conner's 4 yard line as the is endorsed by the controversial Adam Clayton Powell and the Washing

yds. Dwight Elder got the name ended. ton administration

PAT as a pass from Phil I In the second !name( THIS IS INTEGRITY?!
ElderIn : Southern Dscount! defeated

the 3rd quarter. Phil Holiday: Inn 7-0 In a very .
Elder passed to cousin tough defensive game. Neither ON TAXES 'j-* ''

Dwight for 40 yds.! and a TD tenm was able to score In
on the same combo added the first three periods as HIGH: "The removal of certain sales tax exemptions will not impose any burdenor

: t? the PAT Douse Conner added penalties marred just about hardship on our citizens."

r E k vAM; another TD on a 35 yd. run.I every offensive drive. But in FACT: High favors a 3% sales tax ($200,000,000 annually) on Gasoline.

Elder passed to Donald Fal the 4th and! final period That only hurts people who drive cars. Seed, feed, fertilizer, commercial fishing

,, t con for the FAT. Holiday inn gas held deep i-n 1 1ag ships, nets, boats and motors. That only hurts the farmers and commercial

In the final period the fishermen. Electricity and telephone services. That only hurts the people who

< "- / Clippers scored 3 TD's on 4se them. Dry cleaning and laundry. That only hurts every household.
LJ- 3> ci passes from Elder to Elder of

___ __ M 130 yds and 35 yds and to Bill S THIS IS INTEGRITY J
&aP.Jia<<
t '> t Nelson for 23 yds. Falcon and gGWt 1

John Reddish got the PAT'son S

CLASS I CM 1 2 a 60-0 win._ IS FIREPROOF ? COME NOW, MR. HIGH, YOU WOULD DO WELL TO t I

I In the 2n"1;game which'' .-. ,. GET ON WITH THE REAL ISSUES OF THE CAMPAIGN 1

by SMITH-CORONA jThfc t y'naae'xtt/U' was a much better spectator

Iroadshouldered> ingfi its : oeellori/eepitq I game Pest Control came out
a portable outperforms every ; G / on top of Sinclair OH 26 to 20.
Democrat or Republican can
< dass. Its handsome, versatile, easygoing. and built for r' + ,' wuunu ? In the 1st quarter Pest you

'a: me. extra duty at horde and off ice.CHANGEABLE. y n ""?n 't I Control drew blood as Tomb I .A" ; VOTE FOR THE MAN WITH A PLAN

Paladlno passed 15 yds. tot I

Blllv Sanford. Sinclair Oil 1 a ;

took the lead 7-6 as Jimmy t' 'r
TYPE" 40 optional special accents! Beeler passed 44 Yds to ,

and characters that simply snap on; gives yon a 4xlstopq Townsend Stilckland for the

keyboard in an instant Five inexpensive sets. / I TD and then passed to Ron 1 r1
*< nie Thomai/! for the PAT. I 1j jr.y

; ,,,.e JEWELED MAIN BEARING for long-lasting, fag In the 2nd quarter Pest I j r
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IAod.l 2S s.h
and Control went back in frontas
tory-new precision performance
I Jerry Joyrwr went in from Wen Chars"' Ana But i fireproof building x k

I KING SIZE CARRIAGE two inches longer than most, for extra bis 20 yds. out and Paladino I can act as in incinerator for its
added the PAT. Sinclair 011 contain" during a flra. And con F Fr
typing jobs,like reports, charts and ledger sheets A ,, '
2 ''v'e af -4 came right back as Jack tents xlud\ paper records I Loss of t "+1 tS'

K HANDSOME VINYL CLAD STEEL CASE at no added cost.. Hazen crossed the pay dirt I out vital"of> .ly rMordi; firms-never the main reopen reason after 43 a )"
line from 14 yds. out. Beeler! f t
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rcan put you out of bU Iness. '
COME IN TODAY AND TRY THEM ALL added the PAT. and the Oil A Weiimk B Label safe will give, S' 1"i

.. team held 14-13 lead at halftime you, Underwriters'. Laboratonesertintid ,
(Ilfl protection Think it over.
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.-. Only $1O1.59 Then drop in,
In the 2nd half. Sinclair
Plus Tax d
M Oil picked ur: 7 more points
for a total of 20 as Hazen Bradford County I

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ran for a 25 yard TD. This

was not enough: as the Insecticide TELEGRAPH

-.. team, added 13 points _
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BR\UFORD COUNTY TELEORArn. ST \nitr:. n.oninv
PAQC >In"I.

I f the imlv tonfptvnce, In
game
Battle All the I loop. iifl! Ih"1',1), i up a i ::100'In and season! "record mtm-t" t

Bulldogs The Way UHS.is inuli'fcatc.1! and nv< i I' !It+,kaids High, of Talluhn. Conference! Slan Mnjja < won-

SPORTS i n tie I in six KJJUOM", I this HUUOM / .'1,'" loot/ Prldiv, Ina\ non. /limt-tlrkl)) : Stiirke. 2-0-1 Live

,- and vv:IH. after, then 21 Hit conference: game on their home Oak. l-O-l: ; Lake City 1-0-U.

To Tie Tornadoes I -t t iught .\In whon they went III'I'II/on. Pn bttkn. 0-1-0.; St. ugiifttirM.
7-7 in Live Oak lust "',hla.\'. Their Pnlitka. IllKh School Braves, O-5-O:

........ I'' old included l lonforeru: pxpprpii" |. ,'ing; "nun (flf, \their worst t Stnndmgs, all game.: Starlfc':!

u.ns over St. Augustine and scummy In recent years, with 60.1 r.lve Oak. 3-1-1 Lake
By Jim 1"11I1'1"Sta..ke's | set lei! of :M ;
pllll'8. eil up 22: on uiiiHMThe a 3-4 reran) to dale;
I( 'tl.llIulnd/ 11 solid. ICMI" In chopped '
City 60.0) Palatka 3-4-0
Big Heel mu\'cd l !)7 y.uiltt inn Tornitiucs nevi !got 11.I t", '-CO 1 cd un long runs III i !into ', n n"theC.LnW, to I : ,
Ueytonut.tilnlmd
previously\ unbeaten! i ho 'onr""l'" : b .ttfnl'/ the /
I; plugs for their siorrnalnat their aerlnl off >he Beach ) 7.ri mtl! 6 times thl*. Mnalnst Tornado Tie Ft.uj'ltntlne.! 000.
i and untied Tornadoes. were. only gunio Boys > > I' <: t9I.i I! ( ( sue : l.>.mt Friday bv n. :27- ..
stunned by a tired-up puck of ; Live. Oak The drive j1'OIIl1II.V.; :\ had 3 rum ;: Builtof Jai .. ,> >- : Rut Live! Oik had n. different 14 si'iiro TIu (Ilrnvpi, have lost A C'la..d'll"dd. In the TELJH-
W.is hpniked] ,. by tl'Il11enlous! plfllons for !9 attempts and a vine! he hnjj; umn-s oJlll I ,,10 Stiirko
Bulldogs last Friday' night in view of the 8.tU.1I0n18. / clad: an01 In. the CK\PII: J.rliiRH rrnulti.
I Live Oak as the two Star Conference ,running and blot'kmi; ef foi tu.W. total of :USt:! yard, through tin I Will Bring ,1 Jaunts.Defensively. Shakes Up they fought the Tornadoes' i t loop with their last/ three gnm-
:McLfod !a"I ell, ull 25:; air. > I
team battled to a 7-7 yanl.ion : David .1..u i hand and/ foot, taking utivunI c1In (the fiirnilv ,cliclo and on
|deadlock before a capacity an end sweep uhlih almost Kinchin); Mm, 170 pound llii!">bu."r,<', I ". of A break" tu score theh'Inud1t1uwn home !grmm-l.
CIU vied the distance. With the :< In past! games the Tornado 1 leads Ills teammates In utrklea Had enough Federal"GUIDELINES
Homecoming! crowd or 3,000 Heavy TeamStarke's I II Florida Star I and kltkerl( the ox- i i I WlnleHH Augustine/ 'hop-
ball on (the Bulldog Shannon line. has been" able to .
: I open and U a standout puinmer ; i ,
[people gathered at Longford Ileu| point to ilium the lip /and pcil'1 their sixth straight game
J Stadium. smashed up the middle for) 11 gaping holes" in their oppon I in each, contest. stake I out t their'" claim on the nt I the> hands of Bolli-.s! by a ?

.: The Bulldog, won the toss bid yards: to put the ball on ent. forward wall. Against ; unbeaten but once' Conch David! lIul"e.lld.p The Flolidn I.i Slur 'olbnll I' conference title which they'iiivo ''n(' >ie of 4I-U The Jackets
the 6 yard line. Live Oak it was differentstory "
"r and for 42 minutes/ It looked On. a i tied TOI'nudop"'iII be out to "Feinnndlna: : i" a\\! 0'\ i <;'i>..ilt'ic-m-p I i'I.t'lv.\.I ii severe never" won. ate, O-'l: In the conference ''VOTE Harold HILL
the .
aa if ,they would be the first j next play Biff Red '' Big Ked had theft pio-j| make Fernnndina Bench tough fop. They are bi'i and Mi,'ik last' Kr'd.iv' when the lake: City, another, Floridn. / Only one (conference game ..
opened halo theleft blems ojid the TD
gaping on save
Ole
team to defeat the Tornadoes > j their 7th victim! this Friday strong I feel our boys! will be undefeated Stnrkp, Tornadoes Stir te.im that N slid looking ii .scheduled I this! Friday, with FOR CONGRESS
| aide line
of the nml Randy ]:|drive, the blocking was theworst
aIm a Lake City turned the I night at BUS stadium. Itwill up for the game ho\uvci. -ilflo! 'ed a mild setback in a '\; or their first tonfpienrehimplonship ) Luke City vltiitlr.g. PnlulkH!
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,Joyner ripped through for the it has been in ffilU1 -agame. -
trick way back In 1964. Onlya (TU without toil'-lied.L ] be Homecoming the and /Ret back: in the winning 7-7 tie with the Suwannee ,' I n also, umle- The Tiger lie .1 i heavy'' favorite '.. ( Pd. Pol. Adv.)
being ( bya
: column." School tt-atud .1 ind 1 rated, .;, courageous and determined Tornadoes high Bulldogs It was to keep" Uit/ir' onf'Mcni. r :
Bulldog: defender. For these DK1VE FAILS |
team effort In the final 3 mlnutea
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are unbeaten .
,6 plays, covering: a of in the
; span Early game during)i -
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of, play preserved the urn- this year ani will be out to .
bealten less than two minutes. UiR I the first quarter the Tornadoes .
stringlor Red.
Big Red looked every bit the great: moved the: ball to the knock the State Champs ..

The must full moon have above been Hrevell'llQld bad I team they have/ been till )'t"II'.1": Live Oak 6 yi'rd, line. On 4th from the rnnks of the undefeated .
a ,! Couch Nurse calmly stale l and spoil their Homecoming
down: and two from that
omen, for. the Tornadoes. and I pos-
nftw the game "\\ e didn't ition W. festivities
Lend
) u from
piussi
for
most of the the
t was more like night a Halloween grime (I play Wfll enough to win to- to end Laity: Brown was The Fern tn'ma team will HOMECOMING GAME
Our be much lamer than the
night. boy made( too
broken in the end
,, trick-or-trcat. party. Big Redwas up zone by
muUakOH and lurk Tornadoes" arcs arcIrd"
by
many : went
plagued by misfortune ) I Andy Checno" :' to stop the
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fumbles and freakish. hnppen- against IIH on several big!: effort From that point on Bob Bcnllle. i. 190 pound

enings and wus glad when plays, especially their. scoring Big\ Red st"1't>d in trouble. pile-driving fullback Benille
Hurse-coached clubs' has been th- ,I,
ball
I play. : The Bullrtou.s'\ main reason behind -
providence finally umikci ( game plan
upan at BHS stave 38. lost 0' the Pirates'
won unbeatenseason.
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them Just long enough to gain I ttns' to stay on the ground I .
and tied 2 since he took over He IE their leading
IB tie and remain In the run- and grind ,out what yardage,
| the reins in 19e2.kicking! ground gainer. and I is heralded I
ning for Conference and State they could against the tough
football honors.Dlisfurtune. I I'' dame Tornado. defensive unit. The ns a power runner deluxe. FC ornadoes V8. FernandinaFriday '

!Strikes I The Tornadoes had, dlfflculty strategy al'nost paid off in Robinson A IIOphomol'ehalfbl1ck. I
ill night with the outxtjnillngperforiiiiime the Is the speedster" In
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Starke wan moving fo. what 3rd period a'* they droveto
I had all the earmarks. of a TD of Bulldog |>uni :- the Big Rrd, 3 yard lino" the Feinin'Msu! backfield He i :
drive In i per Theron" Bliss who avenged; 1 Here the
the 3rd. quarter when seasoned: warrion
disaster struck.V.. :Mr Lead< |-10 yards per kick on 7 punts. stiffened and held the onslaught Adkinson's

swept his own left end, for i I'and. pinned thp Tornudoi's. deep on dc-nns It was n

obout 20 yards to the Bulldog(I] Inside< their own 10 yard line great coal: line stand which I November 4a8:00 P. M.
ion four oc'cjsloiiH( ''I'.ii last 1 Boys TakeMalloy's
33 when '' :
suddenly the ball I I was sp.ukej by forward stalwarts -
Iperlotl." with 1:30::
only : \\1'11111
flew out oC[ his hands: into the Reese''!:! .. Tomlinson and: ,
ling in thu found > ,
waiting grasp of Live Ouk's I I' game In.// Chilson Such: stellar play 12-0
with the bull on thee, own 1 1ya..d. :
Andy Cheeney who gatheredto )] with their" backs to the wallIs :
line. ;
the loose ball fro.-" midair I a real credit! to the team's Coach Wirney Atkinson's: !
( BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
Jiiinn
and raced down the. sidelinefor I Kuniilng defensive abj)'ty. tram" defeated Coach Tommy ,
a 67 yard TD. Pat Harris W. l1l'Leod11'1 the big I HTkllSTIf'HPlrnt iMallov's eleven\ 12-0 In an''
ground gained for I Ked in DIIV 1.(,
made the extra. point and Live j Big Intra-sqund fray Tuesday' :
Oak led 7-0 with 6 minutes'left the fuy, He picked up 97 "IIIIMIIIIuliliil III ,to

in the third period I i yards rushing in 11 'o.1I'rll',1) "I'nsslnx:,, ) .7 I .9 ut'eunnlos both nldht.TD's Duir.v ar.one Callan scored extra'"' All Tickets at Gate $1.50 Student Activity Cards Good For All Home Games.

Big/ Ib .d :Scori'H; Stnikc. had! difficulty ( / I I
nnlnt to lend the victors One
With 7:-55 left in the game I j, lag the usual gintind /gamo y""I.ill-, Intell I'IIHH:,. .:,5:i II; illy" n" jaunt was for 48ardl! and Children Grades 1 Thru 4 Free If Accompanied By Parents.

Big Red called time out with and l when they did get some- I' ,. '. _
: """ s Mil.inn' II :: the nth'r wn for 32.
the ball .resting on their own thing going the ,h'lv"11", mn-I 1'11""'i. 1'11I\\.1! ::1 1 1H .uI
43. W. :McLeod senior red 1 by fumbles. pass Intirceptinni. I I' ,so., In..r..I..I.. | ., l .nIllhllH I For t the IOVPI.S Freddie .
qua..terI I I I''" I :: Ornudon' nivl l Dull I Las-slter .,.- ,. ....... .w !
back. came to the sideline. fora rr. ""I1<'thll1l;. I andy I IJO.'ner "I'uu.bhs' I..,*' :J 2fiats gaited vnluahie! yprdn"p and r4' a r t. J 1 r I 1'VOl :
talk with Torn'td.) IIoi Coach David HIII'I seemed TD) i un. Shannon got' 40 onI Y.II'.I-I 1 f'clljl I /..ll I f ::' Willie! nilT-s! were. standoutson -- x r
to sense 1noornr'pl' '
I. IllX I'C'' '0 I II: ': de'pnsp" .. !. .
drive was coming up on this attempts and AIcLcoil, "' ruikTORNADO :$,. \I:1.:" I: II n 1. .. .... t .
I I.fI. 11 U ,II Callnn. ncnfl Moxley. and.1
Keith Patinv dH most of the ,.

I ijround-pninln-! for. the" wln- -
Golfers story( We were able to move }lqr
Lady tint's. Jimmv Croibv. StovKlrklom "' 's .
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the bill most( of the time but .
A 11.1 .Inv Wade did
wlvii we did. calamity usually I .
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Have Luncheon n real goal nefi'iislve lab for" .
; fell With Just
us. a I
upon "" '
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tram in their wlnninneI !:
T I little< !luck( BIJJ,:! U"J could have .
ef foiti
Welcome ProA A: busted the game wide open.It i I I i :
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was pvldjjthat; Live Oak I } .

morning{ of golfing: WliS r + L fd! not hav .I i passing, attack to be losing effort except" for ..

enjoyed Tuesday by 13 women and their name play I short 4th q-nrter: comef..ombehInd. jl jln .
y't E .
from Lake City. Keystone I j yardage; Around: plays)would I i with your backs to .

Heights and St.uke. nt the S not be enough/ for them to I the will, drive; that /trained I +, ..

local golf course( Luncheonwas 'catch up.Many the tin SIIIl ke'I! passim::

served by the Starkr memo ,'4Kii i I DISAPPOINTMENT: I (game their punting I\m'. ..
bers. Tornado fans' I even i i their" running! game their

The Lake City players cap- i Dl Jiro.llenaple. the faithful I were disapI -I punt return and punt fielclj !- ,

tured all prizes! Low gross' of I pointed In the game. Regretfully j I lug game" their I blocking FIGHTING TORNADOESFront

45 was a tie beween :Margie. so. but! they were not game their middle defensive
Kline and Marine :McKennon1st It was a ilrar.. cool October i nnv more than Big Rd.. In game mini: the like were ail How-Ia\id Shannon, Handy Joyner, Roger( Chilson' Jim Godwin; \Va>ne :McLeod Sandy San-

low net of 36 wns/ won by p-enn .'d1,' the,, full moon mv talks! wIth team ml'mber..1' fouled un and they, never" !not derson. Eddie Stand! ..

Nell Newcomb: and, 2nd lou was shining: brightly overRoeve after the rime and from them tll1I'l\v;>ll'd. If something Second Kow-Joey Rect",+e. Itonnie Tomlinson, Harry Hatcher Wavne Hl.tnkenhhip, I.eutonlorlCan; ,
net''was LirJa Page,! Hittingnearest Fa" .d n L"! '" Oak. 'seeing them daring! thl.f'l'k '1 fouls up in the I planned missile Paul IMcLeod Larry Urown.
Floi i a It \. .. Homecomingand ( ,
to pin on No. 2 green fie: Inl',1,' fanliad turned I am sure that they will launch.. the. countdowncan Third How-Coach Tony (;Griffith Paul Smith. (I'lenn (;inann. Andy \Iayton: Johnny Warren (Hill
was Kline nod. longest drive cnme back strong during'i be -tap| ed. In a ball-
on No.38.8tcKennon.. out en miise They filled i their lematiiinn !ames.. Some! game yoU must mak> thivcessarv Melole, J. Roy Chasteen, Coach :Mike\ Sexton, Coach David Hurse, Tex: Patrick (not pictured) .

The "WeKome Abomd" party ,I both "tie, at the stadium., peoulp: .usaest(; the tie was a ad 1 luslments 1 while

last Wednosdav night was ,,I about 3.000 strong. and result of Bit: Red being the /game Is !In progress We

well attended b>' the membership :: hopeful of seeing their favorite '- confident I don't think O\pr.1 had too ninny! things fouledu ]

to meet the new pro. ''' upset; ;.he Slat Champs ', was the case at all. It was' > at the srme, time to !jet BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

f Herb Herrej. anti hU wife, I i|I What they SHW durinz! the, more like a bad case of ( straightened out In the short
Naomi. The Ladies bolt: Association next 48 minute of football hIJlt 'an't-I spin\ : of 48 minutes
(
descilbed bv Bulldog: I Sept. 16. Baker County 0 Starke 26 Oct. 21 Palatka 6 Starke 40
served refreshmentsof was NOT OVF.R: <. ) : VICTORYI .

Herb cookies Is starting and coffee.a clinic for .|Hens as "the" Coach greatest" Will. Ray game: .Cooley our,',|: has In only the last lost 8 9 years!billsamps Big! Red I think strong the this team week will against comeback Sept. 23. Santa Fe 0 Starke 42 Oct. 28 Live Oak 7 Starke 7

ladies at 9:30: a.m. on Thursday boys have played in a Ions a touch Fernandlna. Beach
Tornado Confidence" 1 I' the one, thing I 30. St. 0 Starke 39 Nov. 4 Fernandina .. Home
l mornings! and all ladies| time" and what eleven and beat the Pirates Sept. Augustine -

are Invited to attend. Th< clinic |I Head Coach David Horse de- that has given them the,, bv 3 touch-"OTvnsSIC'EM

will consist mainly of golf sciibed as "The most unimpressive plrlt that spurs! them on to I : Bra RED! I Oct. 7 Orlando Oak Ridge 6 Starke 27 Nov. 11 Lake City Away

a funrlam'ntas.Inri! / after purh, Iam"If' have played rn,,'hall'* neatest!: < victories .

link a round golf f win he''' In manv-a-vt I It mnbt: rodS) for sonto I Oct. 14 New Smyrna 13 Starke 58 Nov. 18 Orange Park Home .
played" \\'ol'klnlip"/: I .should HRHI: IP Adjustablelnvl Book

contact the pro a* to when they There. was no question coiu-lude that one tluna ("over." .Ml sizes 30 cnN' ea
he H HulMiRi! beln" causo-i{ their weak effort. in at The
an attend a i Imlc. ns about the Telegraph
willing to set /aside( Home. of flr'd i I" > for" th"' hl" aim" It Live Oak la..t week. but not This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters--

Ms time foi thorn.' seems that everywhere we go me

A remlrdrr to thp Indie j: teams me .'''.avs fltcj: up C OM1MNATION TIIK Kir.llT POINT for the

also is the monthly (;nr-I! and Live Oa: >{ was no p<("eD- I frel thpt a combination way you write. Tome In anti "Let's 'have Another Winning Season" (:.O 'r'OItNAIOESTERWILLEGAR ; II AIL TO THE C II AMPS '

Around to be played /lit tht"I" j I tlon Maybe tl 1 py were a lit-I| of unfortunate tmnns happened select l your favorite E.STKR-! :

Rainbow Inn Country Club in UP more' flied' thin others" i In th" name and these! BROOK fountain pen. TELE. EDWARD'S GROCERY MOTORS H. C. WALL, INC.

Dunnellon on Nov. 16. Call or Tt was in IW(} that they! beat contributed) ,u what appeared; GRAPH. :

see Winnie Glenn for i'enervations us 2U-7 to snap a :31 came INSURANCE AGENCY
before Nov 10. 'imbentcn stun! Cnnl11'l LKT'S ALL SUPPORT TIIK: TKA.M; COMPLIMENTSCOMMUNITY: 1 I 1 ;
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added\ to the already \VE CHEER' : YOU ON TO VICTORY ,.
STARKE BUILDERS STATE BANK
TEE TO GREENBy a'mo'pherp when' blnZn"j ..

Chcenov. 1R; .nounl Serving Florid SUPPLYLETS Member F. I). I. C. CHARLEY E. JOHNS :

hen Ilirn-s, 1"1''' speedster, grabbed" a W. Mo- Sine 1950

Results! of the .Mixed Two- ''I.Ro::! fumb: rrm mia-air. AGENCY :
Ball Tournament played 1 Sunday and raced 87 vnrds for their {1rN1 Geg 3,, g11; CET: GOiNG; ; TEAM I !rLAWSON'S G} 001)I LUCK .

Oct. 30: only score In the nam"" .
HURST'S SHELL REST WISHES
Winners. for low net: Bill FfMBIFS: llt'RT -- -- ---*%."% "< MARKET

Epps and :Mike Pngg. 38; low Starke. took the 2nd half Mrs. Carolyn SERVICE STATION DODD'S AUTO SALES

graM Gertie. :MrRno. and Fred kick-off anl started! march- Ka\es, Cordially
SEE; yOU AT THE GAME; CARL HURST
Glenn 46. Ladien longest drive. In toward. IIBulldt't. gnat ?
V. S. :W1 & S. U. 100 Sfarke. )Kl.i.He .
on No. 3. Gertie ;Millae. .Men's: linr. Randy Jo'n"rft, run- Represcnt.it Iy't Welcomes/ Goodman's Service Station HEST WISHES PHONE( 964-0241

longest drive. on No.3. Har- I nine! hard and true to his Ph. 91)() 1.421 I ll A Rooster For The Tornadoes
old Eppw. Ladies nearest to ( reputation when h' fumbled 122 X Ray St. You and Your Seeber Goodman; Owner : MUTUAL LUMBER CO. Inc.

flag: on No. 2. Get,'tie :McRne. I the! ball Ra--'v' docs not uiI Starke Family to Your Gulf Products.! GoodyenrTire; *. & flatteries! SHUFORD'S STANDARD WE; BUY TIMBER AND LOGS, :

Mere' nearest! to flair on No I wally fumbl Thl lIt'emorl to New Home 105 Madison: Street

2. Bill Eppfl Booby prize give new life to the Bulldog SERVICE STATION

worst .in, 'lo hole) Elise 1'an.i., and they marched: 40 yards LET'S; (GO: TORNADOES:

and Glen Mormon I I IWe /before l bPimr !stopped! by a The State of FloridaIt "YES. YES, GOOD: LUCK TO BUS

aim had n few extra" i; tough dftentl'f! effort by Bur GIB BROWN Ill'ST; \V ISHES I ;
men over and above the mixers Red. I Is Our Uesire To Make You Feel Welcome and NOEGEL'S AUTO SALES
SERVICE STATIONIT'S
tournament 100 we rin a Two- NO MTK I To Acquaint You With Your City. A. J. THOMAS-REALTOR

Ball Forenonie for the men. Staikf hid a total offensive
C'OM I 1'I.I1tENTS!
Clyde Terwtlle and H. II. effort' of :2S4!!\ yards ,
ar KICK( OFF. TIME !
If you are new In the area' a phone We're Proud Of Our Coaches' und Team
(Doc) Adam were the victors : against only 91 for Live OakIn

with a low net of 36 3. the cone This tens the call wU] bring you a prompt visit DENMARK FURNITURE BILL EDWARDS Faulkner's Sinclair Service
The tournament was climaxed 709!) S. Walnut Street

with a very fine and! tasty Country Club. "Ih4ies. from your local hast eM. Please (five COMPANY STARKE 66 SERVICE STAUKE.; FLA. PHONE 964.JB91
Remember I free
covered I dish dinner at the club.
hU u/ the beginning of a clime nnd! pof! Hns nre, (given her a call! She has maps and many nOD<: LUCK TOHNADOES
each Thul"tflnmrnl1!. at 9 r'OMI'LIMENTS I :
weekly article which I will
in free "(;JO FK.IIIING(; TOH.WnOKS")( ;
and
wonderful
B mThe gifts for
keep all interested golfer Informed you FARMER'S STARKE NATURAL GAS
r>ro shop, w'l. 'I be "'Io' pf1m SUPPLYA.
of all activities at the < :Monrljvi tartlnr N,,,' 7 from local businesses.! I U. Johnson ANDREWS DRUGS CITY UTILITY ''DEPT.

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SIX \nrortn COUNTY TKLFGRAPB. STARKB. FLORIDA THURSDAV. NOV. S. 1966

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(' Thlffpen. charged with itituruHl In properly.. tu to toffuilttii I2UUI: I I.iinilliin. of the liendiinalti'rH Off ll,'I* UH".. ii'ii, -u.'cu.. lltllllrnuntml. ,, '. Rinitli, ItaiiK** is iiiHt: il nI'ctnlnlnliiK riird. Coiaity., KlorlilH., to-wlt I S 0
County Court ]i failure check restitution Lu)' tit '.OUII'''''* l by....* 1 ..f t Iii. ireneral I hiiHlii"H HI"",..<.1 l nltrr I inlnlhitt, Ill airi'M null ..r A pun, .ft, <.r luiifl lylnir III (tli"jlnllthttaMt .
City ..i st ark*.. lurula, ui .tluUtilU ...rrlo' -" of the pilhlUher181. : W. Hveiav" ii,II""h'r "I H I""H| ......1 I IIfmue > Ioa. Tot i n I /I'livnico' exicpllnriillwio /( Ii|UI l'tttr (Si.1!: ''f ) nfNorthxvvHi
Eltocrt O.
Bas I $25 or $700 for costs; )' U<',Oil Un Uimilrt. "Hoi' tt'M Call Ht. /Ht rki>. Hradford County II ul ri nit |lu'o'euI i I fl ( I I. ,rlKlil ..f HIIHI, IIC" : linarter; (NWiA )1.
Two-Day The \ ';! charged with worthless llttttt Ii'i i ,'IllittIei( i tiiui, 'v pin uuiurlj Florida', -awn.( 1111011 hue, 2r : Hlnwli' IHHII. 'iionim "l'. renToiff. Section 17. InwnHhln Q Stout)..
were : '<'k, reMtlotl tlon plus $7.50 < .iii'iu"i'ibetl, ot, tu 1.0.* alOt. Name and nddroftn of i>nbllHhrr .. flllnit l.tic tt. therith the tpiillcllnnnnil ItnntfB S3 Kami H rod font
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Session Here I costs. : Abram James Broom I toil In tiny w .*y., ale livi"fuyi eilltor. and managing dill Total: ii\t' >'iimi'. niiniliir to)1,) Improvements s ltnntIhfrvnn P <'inintv, I"H'lorlilii and I brlniriiinru '
Ollie i nrtlMilnry/ ) teni-i, IIHM"!
with with recklCHa! driving i ., mi I I I'..11..1. nt' 31.01 llmlU I'nbllliliiT I K I.. :Mattht'WKP I I I- "in.inll I.t.. :\linn: : '1111(1,' IMHlll Film) .llr-ri. .. In tho nbnvv 5191-| IIH riilloufl) :
The f ,( tobci -Novembertrial I A dry : Bright charged with un- ... III' \ I''i. 1 ltl.lt, IU t III* 1.,11111. o I nrnuir .\. .'41'"Irk.'. Kla "> IK .III"I'HI' ,I.. flllllK .1.."... a Ill'I .. tcl iMitiHi. 110.."...1 (ttolHr. JiI ('..,"iiiniin.i* "*t I the Intfi' ....tlnn
.en-'-on ol the County, Junior Ba....... ItlllM j 1,11! III. .Illl.' til Ptltil ..vlllLtit Kflltor: : Jo:. I I..MiithIu" \\ ii. 1 I'. I orilfx' riiit I tin. HititHinrtitiiniinle I I! I! of tin. Wi'Hivrlv iHinniliiry oftin.
: \ speed
i.idiri Cm was held Mon- sell: \ ( ; I Hit. i .'uui. I liifUHl' .lit. rftUlUu o. 1 HIIIWPI'. .\. Stunk. Flu. I>\' tm1 ill..\.. III',. tmiiM'ttint IIIIII.Th.I* 1110..\." du'ue'u-| I Iht.fl |)i'..,pi,nji ,. i iKlit lock : with Improper cxn: I.'I..i, hi.... i'i. I tin J.titl I tlu I ) *>i Mimiiirlnir. 1i1. itu.r. : \I'.. |,. Mm I I. "! t u..miuI'I't"' i"NTi'thiTvlth. iill tile ion" : Ml! doll the ;.S'Mlhnrl.N" '
day nnd Tuu'dny. with Couu- I ,while, ion of a dungrei'out weapoi I \''>'' HUM i i: tttl, in\ I IJ.MU .. ihi'"'n |1'. 4 M. ntaui-r, .\. Still In i J.:. i.. M I \TTIII\\: nuntH, h"\lU."wnIH, ( nnil HI>. lmtlnilur, 'uf' I tin* r i'lgiui -'t.aLiy
ty Ju KP Theron Yawn pve.idlni -: <- lock nixjii, uiiU lu\\.) \ LauHtv > Kill' I 10.1101'Is 'piiriwniini' I ilitreiiiiti uu liiniiliii of a "i-i>uim ,innd,. anil,) run
iiy, .th.' |1.1.u.t t.n *>1 tile ptiUt Own..r' i ij:. t.. .Matthi'UH( I- 44 in,' In uInya'is,' uppermlnlnw, / will thfnr. \\vt IIIIK' "aill Northtrl -
I and : Urges t II..n. l .tli. .d in.. lilt uLiotv ....11.10'. Drawer A. Starko. FlaKnoun III* Hllltl, lit Hllill Hllll In PHI- ). hoiuulniy u tllnlani' of
During th? session the I "peel eilinit,, hull.hi nt* be HI'until I l>nndholilr.. mortiraHfff 'I'HK: <'I IMIII,< 4 0'11'I "' <>!-' HUH in i* i>f HUH.1! Onlfr, Nil bJo.l .19126 fpit lo an Iron nuke,
followm! defendants: were On ', uuu i"MIL ill liy Ih""I1' ,, nnd) or)her, m>rurltv' ( holilerNown Till, : i 111.11"11 I ..IIIIIC"I.I t ,Illll In ionflttiiitloti. of Haiti mile by' wild Iron "Make holng IUtll2
and, battery. ) Unnda.S.ii, rlUtib.. tlieiein u.S.- 111* or hauling. I 'ppr rent I ,I'. IN .tMI. .'011 Illl t IllOil ( hv I'ourtDullit feet HHHter'y: of the .Houuivnt --
tried. adJudged; guilty lull Drilling si rjuod anil .Ilif prmctfillnKH or more of total mount of .. 01' I 1'\ F 1.0111"\. Iii > at Stiirko, nrndforil1'iiiintv. : \ ('orn.'.' of Raid !Iou I h..t
sentenced ii"iei'j >fori. hail uuthoilcintf I tn4HUHiii bond, mortirng-ei' or other -"1'- <' "C.KiltI I I Kli' >rliln l, thlrj I SUtli (Ill S uuarler (sb'I: ) of :Northwest
Rufus Sanc.lr; Lowe Jr.. | three : The Bradford County Com .t> I ilu.i-of V S itda ted .anduiliriiH uririen* None.Tratul .1.I M KiluarilH/: Jr. unit, ..r Oi-t.ilnT> A. I U. 1114511.n.y qllllrt..rOW(; '. ) : run thrnre
: "'d. *.i'l a Ltiluy Utfvuie ? No ("t'i'. -. printed lt .ttAnn IMuiiitlM:. ', ( AI :-;PItFl'H.J. N'otth II llHtnni-e( nf 16*.Hi
unlawful !speeding $75 01 ( has asked Sherllf P. 110 11<1 H. t. rtvK 1UUU\ Uutny' ; nvi.niK'i No. copies' ouch Inline his alto .1.I it KHU.VA feet to an Iron stake for
five days in .la II.; William \V.I I days In Reddish to be on guard I dut. U Jul> I I. I'Mta' 'buuilittf i tii- liming pri-certlnar 13 months I'hllnllfl'f. .1. THOMAS. Hit point of lii'rfinnlnK
ranker permitting1 powojuionof voked. uitaut.ioi ized dillllng foi I <.UMt. Ut .'I ,UllV, ur I tltt'B tUl) :135(1( : 1 Hlllirlo IHHIIM' fl.tl rest tiflllnir v. I'nrtltlim. foninifHMlinifTHOMVH .., Prom p'''lnl'' nt hfKlnnlnir, thus
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to'' : : x< t'odttitf. u tlu li tfiil, rule tttftfit.tratlntf .- d,It". I '0%. Allmtlurk." Major : A 1'IKISrR: I|<>HI.rlliHil, ., i m',nn,, vs'PMI and "Iutr-.
beverage not permitted Inc along the county's I tin i 1"1..1 I ) 'U"UIIII.I, Total I n ii ni her "ontiM, $ 1 prlnti'derim hark, nilaalirili. clink Bv be .sold unoer his licence : .jail: and :.0 take a )Prop- >tf.. '.000.( ,i.. i ii u.S III (tic diiHjmlii- A "- '' nuiiiher,i i, coplen each \VilKlit., I I Iliith I I Clark'' .\I f"r I'lulniirfM,I I ( )' a illMtnm i t* (.f KiUfevt
ranted 10 days: In which to' support. te action if such Instances i I ,itlcm/ of $ ,.,MOJ, vat. h. .und iti-t-' l hustle dtirIrK precedlnK I IS :Miindi'rH ft nl.l lD It M'lIN '! to mm n Iron stake : run
Hiintial, I inBiulluifiitM I I month. 11'm : single IHHIII. .
turlntf in < .r"n.II1I1'In..I.CO' 'Is. thfmf :Nur'h A oIl..t""',, or
trial. :
file a motlo.i lor a new ; tment III S tin. yuiM li'tiS to, 11111.11. hoth nearest I.. '111 nor ilim' 5 i45. ,' \ % "IMIOC I.I.IIIM.XNnllir : ; 104 feet i ml thoncv Soul I Ii 8P!)
Leslie! May. driving while 11-1, The Commission turned/ I"lii'l U ill,VI a I ilu He" o."IIII.I..IU: | dvMLilptlun 1'1I1t! Clrculntliin' I : I l I.ii. hiTflu, itlvcn I tlui. I 'i'in-: ciiKiir" ('iiir I O. dwre, 5t! minutes und ..HIHHcond )
cense revoked sit, month In a requested: drilling I .t.f \ hkU nald. L'tiltty Salen through .dualorH, nnilcarrltrM I the IInI""Mlltn.1" HH ("nnmilHHlnni'i .\ 'I' II I-: KK.III-II: .III>MIItutiiir I ICiist' u llDtanrci' of
In-i The : I It, M III1I, KlIlljH.. /HllI'lUH. 111111.\ 'IB tni't" vrndoiH' (nnilronnfr herein' under. iinil hvlrtiin I OK ri.oiiui %. I" ISO riM-t tn u point on I IlivSouthirlv
revoked .
jail and license I' : for Continental OH Sandra Huggins contained In the petition liciuiJonu Nil Ic.' uvenurn nnml'','r or the (Conrt'a. 4 iiriler pntnrifl In .'.Ml KOII Illl.\1>I'OHI( ('III N.r i I lln I of propciiy..'
definitely. driving while Under because the company le- ,n. ""|1.1... i.nih IHHIII* ilurlnx pr the a.tvp) online ilircotlntf nnle of \ i\ <'11 \>'('I-IM.: owned l ly, \'nrnon n. und
the influence of Intoxicants John : the iljht; to report its Places ThirdIn did urilcitiil at Hlarku.Florida refllni12 'month 2225: Hlnirli I the prnprrty lierelnnftfr. ilem. .rlhIM C'\1-1: ,*. II.IISN.T : I Hdith: :M FcrgiiHon.: i. tin
.ii i Nuvviubvr l.>4in, neareHt to flllnHT) date "n\ ljuiillu' Hiillil"iB.' '
six months In jail lido 'nU iluv |. will itfffr for Mule anil Hell thence Smith a illntanrc of
olyonder its own Judging 2255.! I ln<' II I'lorlflu i o.rulIlI", | i I ,
JHoiiUto. \ thi
< : ut ,public iiurtlon to lilKh- 104 f<*i-t lo Point of H.'itln-'
with sentence to run con- 1... I'n l ten :.Mall mihHi'rlplliinx'.. : avernKnumlipr *- cult nnil hcHt lildor, fot, IHMH ill I'liilntirr :MorlRiiiciV nlnir.it .
Commissioner Zedra Ham I Two teams consisting of JII that the eight gIrls from 4-H Clubs InBiadfoid Cl.htli:: JnUlclal IMiLliit' uf iirpoeillnic, 12 I month" *. 112.1 I : Ooimtv Florlilii.' on the I Hth I .1 .1]. F.nmh 1 Rnil hit* alIt. II nd IM-M' l hld.l..r fur. ""nfl,
.......- urged permit. I.'I,,rltli. In and, ,I r denied. end Commisioner County left Starke I "dan. Miff I*.M Itiuflford/ : "I'ounix'. rir'>\-KnlKhti I on Iiimhi ord) ((Ponntv' Coiirthoiifw" I In
Shuford said the com at I 8) a.m. last Saturday to lirn: 11JI7 Total I pnld ilri,',utntlon' I : a\i"r- ("lorliln towlfKn I I : 'r. r'iinipunv' a FUii'tila Htarktt, Florida during the legal"" !
nice numl>er ipliH... "o'h IHHIIIpreiedlnic ..! nnrntlun& : ..Neillv II
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should contact property I participate' in Home Show' t half ( K'n, .r untl.istuuunrtor Miiim. of Mitli. lo-wll : I"v"n:
: 12 monthB. :'I'lOOnlngl :, (NF: ''i ) of N'orllieaHtiuartir Whit."I.rl: Anflfrwnnmil .
W"IU'IIII' 'elock In the Forenoon thi
at the tl'ti'HMi.M' OK on t *
North
Judging
: along the loads In- : Florida M s.IMe'r;: : .. iHHue ''''Hr...' to filing. < (.NR"i ) anil SonlliHIIKI I.. HiiMil' I lir unll Inc. Hlh day of !November: I'UMI.
and deal with them. Fair In Tallnha.seeSoJiJra ('ilII'LLtIIO: '" date, 3405Fr The board adopted a policy I : Huggins. of the (Act of Uelul.o..r :-J. im)2.) ; See. ..' .dlxtrlhiitlon (IncltidlnirMtmplew east quarter XH'', ) i\riVT; n ifimlantnM Clerk of the Circuit Court
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Title 49. Ulllt-d SlaleHe ) hv mall rnrrler oioth.r hut theri-of. 1 Ivlntc WI lii- >'l'i4C OK sl K: .
Staike' Judging Team placed lion 4 I 1119. part Hni il foul County i Florida
; refusing all future re- .iii*.) mptinM n\erave numhetpor In rlRht-nf'\\, of JoI".1AII.lln" :-"lIe.; In hereby l "giveul, tin: Uy r.fiilnh :\1. MoodrDcnuty
unless applicants third In Individual Judging in Imtf bf riling Oi,'totier.. 1. ,len ..n,'" ln.,iie diirtni, pl..*- Hiilli,'cn-l. lying 1011.1<1 'Hiicmint,, I tn ,11 iuuI, 1 In mrlit' oni' Cl"i'k
: 1 to mal: a, complete re- competition with about 150 l 1966.!> .......Inlt )2 'iTionihn I'l' : single IHmn lupi lnK I In S.M,tion I :f. Tow'n0iiji illnru i1 \\ ill u thr' flnnt:. I ileu'ru'p, i'rir > THOMAS & PIERCE::
t : girts-'from other counties. She 'Till. of Ptihlli.,,allon I : nrailCurd nearest 'Hi flllnB date. lr. 7 :South KatiKi-.' l HIHI: anil.' (. "i'liiHiii r"* .- n I"u'ro.i I tn I thiHIIHC I ttiirnt'jo nt Law
in findings. County 'l', 1 l.'ii.rHIJh. Fiaiuen Total eliMI milmilt Inn uveriifcinumber .iintninliiM1. <"" inii' .M. our.. .01 I "' in th. Jth .il.ix of (>I.u I., 211:1-n: :North' 'Tempi' Av*.
\. Irfi: TELEGRAPH'F. received a ribbon and a check 'I ''y of I is'U. *. w--klv Ioi..atlon 1 .'rpl..s. *.ac'h .IOKIH. dmIna .u lu's At....'i' OiV', .t| lIlt ...1"i, KM.c ( In"'r-I.,, H tarko.. Plorldu.
for her outstanding work. of kn....." i-fri.. ,. .at publlca-. preceillnv 12 monthn \Vlia.r 1\.1\ ii iif( ( W'.I"' ,, rSilithweHt Clerk of the .n.ilil. 1 r..in't n I ttorneyn for Jlalntifft
Club Girls attending on the first lon: 131 W Call( St., :Ktarko.Hradford :linn sIngle isntu'" nearest, ruing -- 'iiiinrt.i r (:S\V'' ,,. i I 1'',"n rite ill. .w. rU.*.ir 11 3
Reward team: were: Snnrii i Hugglna. County, Kloilda dtte, U2f1.HASTINGS. nf $,'.tlon'. 4, 'rauu.li'INSURANCE. '-al pu' '>ppri4ituati' > in Hrail

Linda Colson PhyllH Meng
DOES -- -
ViolatorsThe and ':Mary Lou Cooper Second I -

team members were: Madonna' :

: THISDESK Keystone Club Is offering Heights Meng.\ Jane Crosby Susan ea -eZ; C C

Autry, and Patrit EJIwarda.
reward for information Karen Cissy attended with the .

: to of the persons arrest killing and con deer more two team experience In order in to Judging gather 8'o :Gpn.O" ----R: < mm: ,:ri'h : #

COST of season or Illegally A : She will ,be old< enough next ;; ".

reward has aU, >o been year to meet the age require.ynent .. 4t:;', ?'.....<.1n 0': ),0-.; ;.:t" .. ; :
violators.
$250 ? for turkey of 14 years .
Don Morgan. president of The girls were accompanied

club. said there have to Tallahassee by John and Anne .

reports of fire hunt- Green and took part In 20 word or Ie... one Insertion! Memorial, Ke olutlon., etc. Display Ad. In Clalfied S.tl1

NO In the area and the club I Judging baked good clothing minimum charge) -------------- 1.00 Per word ______-__nu________ .05 91.50 Inch-Bret Insertion.
with the Game color in the per
cooperating; home and how toseleit
U not palLa. advance: __________ I 1.25
I.- :In an effort to pot and pans. Cards of Thanks! : Up to 30 word
the illegal practice. Keyed t titled or blind aU !$l.2S: per Inch after first Lutertluu.
____________ 't.! 0
125 (lubilmum charge) __ >
(minimum charge) ______ __

I Held langements Home was in charge of ar- Each additional word over 20___.- .O} Over CO worilt: per word._________ .03


OUR PRICE IS i W. J. BennettWalter
BAYLESS HIGHWAY HAD ENOUGH INFLA- MATTRESS IF YOU NEED an apartment I BE SURE TO SEE!: WORLD

James Bennett. 78 BAPTIST ChURCh TION? VOTE REPUBLICAN.Pd. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I AT REDUCED K\TES or house. See W. II Nollman, BOOK before buying any

When you select a desk in the Waldo, died Saturday I I -[ PoL Adv.] _ 710 lemon St. Palatka AUTO FIRE. BOAT .'''ID N. Cherry St. Reasonable I other> enoy oped1a. M. -A.

after Sunday School. 10 m. DOYLE: B. !CONNER ., tfchg Payne your local representative -
Budget Series your desk will have 22 In Starke a I a. Furniture Repaired .Les.

: Illness Morning Worship. 11 a. m I Insurance Problems? I Upholstered & Refinished I tNSUKAJSC'E AGENCY tfchg FOR SALE -Stoves. heatersof since 19 &. Box 628.

Born in Couth Carolina on Training Union 8 p. m. fall: the !Man From Phone 864-6799. U
1. Baked enamel finish 25 1887 he was are. I Evening Service 7pm. "KEYSTONE"George MATTRESSES REBUILTNew all kinds. Furniture electrical -

2. Chrome plated square legs saw mill operator and a Everyone welcome.Rev.. M. Inncrsprings appliances boat trailers
David :Medciios! \ E. LaRue and Box Springs clothing. toys. bicycles
3. Full suspension file drawers of the Methodist\ pastor MARY| CARTERPAINTS Myers Power Tool
antiques Just about anything
I Hq I hod made his Keystone)' Height Drop I's A Card or CaU
4. The newest functional' stylingand :you are looking for at Old Area Headquarters Fof
Consultant For All Your PALATKA EA 5-9166
with daughter Mrs. .
) a In 'Id rI.'. ..Ii' C'..".. Or 'l'l.p La\nmowen Power
TtouklMcCulloch
beauty you'd expect only in Tracing: Post at lower price -
B. Kennan. In Waldo I| ICIutith Jllilliliil llriult Olflorlilii Insurance NeedsRepresenting MRS. lEGGY SMALLER
much higher priced desks : the past three! years. I In .\...1| for llnniroril, 309) E. Adklns St. :1 than you will find anywhere : Chain Saw
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C' "...> I Come Ott and look around Pump & Water System
[ '
Jackson
from
there Stark"went
And the satisfaction of real savings. (iuii: \: TO :ShoW. cAfscIty : Great: American Ins. Co. Just:. 2's'! miles north o' Brlgrga t. Stratton Eftn a
< 'I ..r sum,. Klorliln. 1'... I
If you re opening a new office, or / Funeral ceivices: were held til loner "'ui. Plio Stnli' or Flurlilti. Thy Travelers! Ins. Co. Complete Line I Starke on 301. Leonard Orlf- Rentals! Sales. Service
ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS
.1 t til I. I ofPAINTS : 230 N.E. 16th Av.
the old one fresh new i :5. HlmndnntM Tel. 473-4692 Day fls 8tchgU24|
a
giving appearance Rev. T. C. Vincett of
built to older Machine work
I To Tinstuti .r Kl"i, Mil And Galneovlll/
i 473-4323 Kites
come in. see yourself. ( officiating. In- Tlu :Hiiinl, I I'ropt.iiv, iiwnvrn Boat. Motor and Pump repeirs.Browns ANDSUPPLIES S'Z8S4Utfch&
- I was In Dunn's Creek TitxiuiMix I '' Cllim-nH I Anil Ollnislluvlnii Auto fire Home Business! I I 0511: WEIGHT safely .
Repair Shop. Rt 1 1.
I I in, i i-InhnMm.. AnUlXhl \ Monthly Payment Plan I with Dex-A-Diet Tablets
.BRADFORD COUNTY ii Jackaonille.DeWitt Box 363. Starke (Klnxsley
Till. ll| IlltlMI'Hl. III WANTED Pulpwood] and
I rnly 98c at Mitchell Drugs
C. Junes. FuneralIT'S VTi.piTIV: TII, I Hi-I \lli-iltil I I 11Thi \ Lake tfch"( For All Purposes timber Contact at
I IHHII.llli, : ltTIIH, : (Mlv;; I ifSlink. RtarkP 6tp 11'1CWill saw me

.... .-. 1.1 01 iuin (IIr III'.O.1)1111rtlljtv ) ONE; / STOP ALL TYPES of lawn mowers keep children in my home home. L. H Outlaw phone
I I Iti'M'HUP I IIiniilH: .. :SnilrItHil '. and Ph 964-6821 Jackie Hicks. 164-0561 4tchg 11/24
:MASONRY SERVICE saws machine Hharpened VINYL
I Hi "','In"r'r, Motilitlll, ,
,'ulnrlv' |ii.ni. I.I l, 01,' Tn )Iti -Calvin Johns 332 N. Water. 631, N. Church St. ltp HELP WANTED Meat cut-
ILLEGALFor .\\ffei.Hil I In Anv \.S.u i>' Th..r. I,v Ut'locty(1): ( (. all ..U: .* ConCrete Ph 964-1441. tfchg Upholstering also
ter truck driver write
Tinwi.in 1 .,- ..r PI uiiiii.Ihniuicli Block; adl., type Sand; I
FOR SALE
) Hit, Sliiti.,. Atli'ini-v" .nf PrtN'ust. IJnteN. Everything; FOR SALE3 bedroom 2'' MaterialValues or lease Large P. O Box 702. Gainesville
'lh. ClKlith, ...1101 Io-Inl I u I'lniill, .ut' hath house 3 bedroom flame! house corn- Tla state. age experience,
with and
concrete carport
Niilil $" Iul I.'. iinil, th. > inopi'ltv' r\\nilN, 'inxiKixi'rt: construction.e I porch. Large half acre lot In To $10.00( () ,roof. 716 Westmoreland! St (Oucatlon and If free- to
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tltlKina nnil .nlbi.rH, lutv. lnt,< "I i irlillnilnK \\' will meet any price on Green Acres with eight large move to Gainesville

Any Person or Persons to Engage in nnx. i iirlti,. tllN 0112Wides. all material wltliln, Bradford I bearing pecan trees. City wn- > $3 YARDWAITRESS or phone P64-6S64 tfrhg Stchg ll"IT'S /_

-- County,, ANI) STILL ter and sewage 1408 N. Ran-i ZIG ZXT SEWINGMICJIINE&
NEVER TOO LATE TO \
MAINTIN QUALITY. rtall St. Call 964-3651: after 5
I ; : 4. tL\I\IEO: "

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless I BKADFOKDKNniNEEIUNG p.m. fitchff 11 '17 WANTED apply I 1.\\' ..\W.\YS LEARN"Education Register clawea." Elementary now. Adult

In person at Garden Rests u- We have twi: 1965) Sewing Ma- and SeC'Olld.ry.. Phone 964-2701
: CO.
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I HELP WANTED-Male: Mu- .rant. tfchgOalnesvtllo. chines Both Dlal-O-Matlc: ZlfZaas day; 964.3071 even.lnga.:! tf
Ph. Stark
9fi
Custom Made 1-2521 -tual Lumber Co. I 0) miles south that have! never been
The Name Is RegisteredRead .
Florida
on 301. Good couple U'-ed AUCTION' Friday nightat
Fur Florida Living HOUSE} 10 acres of land, Iary. regular' deslie ttnattailied white They were LayAwaysnever every
woman
U. S. 301 North out of City employment. Mechanic millwrIght picked!! : up; customers left 7:30: beginning Nov. 11.

Cet; More Limit Owner has moved. block .setter. log turner to live In end care for home area We me unable to locate Bring your furniture or any

YOU I'Uu'e. must sell. A. :J. Thomas and common laborer chg and one rhlll three yens! of tlvm You e.iii have these) machines thing of value--we will tell.

This Florida Law For Your $ $ Realtor Tel. O64.5T01. age Benefits! Include pilvate for the balance of $47 it for you Fennell's Bargain

No : FOR RENT Furnished 2 room and bath. $15000 pel each Cash 01 frms. Call credo Center, 1'ii mile south on 301.
Salaried or Com bedioom house 749 N. Thompson month salary payable twice
FOR SALE OR RENT I: bedroom it Manager COLLECT. Jacksonville 3tp 11110
"It shall be unlawful for any person or persona, _ui defined. hrta, Ie missioned Emplu>'ees I trailer. VVeatmoreland Ph. P69-2594! or 964- monthly. On am:! a half day 353-1946 anytime

Trailer Park. Phone 969-3291 0201 It oft each( week For more Information FOR SALEPensacola Bahla
engage in business! as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined I DAD & URAl LARSEN or 009-1031. tfchj contact :Mrs Judy Will deliver. r.o oblistatlon. seed! New croP. good germination

without and unless said fictitious naitie shall be reflat-red wtth the LIKE TO WORK W Edwards. 2035 N. W. 18th FOW SAL'S 2tchg 11 3 J. W Oisklns. Rt. 2 Box

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of .taaUcMIs. I YOU I YOUR BEST BARGAIN. FOR SALE Holstein heifer. Ln. Gainesville. Fla Health shepherd mixed-O-rmnn male Bflfrulm 18 mo 93. Staike. Phone 664-1313

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Benefit! ADULT EDUCATION olaaa] Good quality. Will calve In a cards and rcfeiences needed2trhw tfchg
__ t wilL regfistration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an andavil _- Join now.' Elementary and I few days. Doyle Conner phone :! 11" old.5A01.Has all shots. Phone 964-

sfzn: d by all interested persons, stating under eath the name* ., AllSi/eson I SeconUdiy: Phone 94-2701 .964-4501 tf<'hg ltchlJ FOR SALE Lowry Organ -
Display slays: 9IS4-3O71 evening. iin ENorr.ii: RIOTS rtoub'e'! manual! keyboard Needs
Ul those interested in the business! enterprise the extent of the in- FOR HEATER CLEANING
81012Vides 1
tf'l TUB: RIUHT POINT for the VOTE nrrrni.irAN. (tr tr.trt of each. und the fictitious name under which said bosinesa .ta carried l I'/t' IJalhs FOR SALE One I way you urlte. fount In and Pal Ailv.l 000leel 4trh 11 17 I asking $150 equity balance

en. Said registration may not be made until the person or permons deslrlca I and Expandable tion refi'-freezer, one deluxe select your favorite ESTER: I PFX3AN' PICKERS: WANTED: I J1GB 84. financed at $992
QueellVlshl'r! one FOR .
SALE -Duo-Therm oilpace month Id'Bl l
for home
: to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his. or FUvltlulre electric range. Call GRAPH.SHAKING BROOK. fountalii pen. TELE: -5 miles from Starke WestRd. hent-r 240 YRM In church. Ph. 964-5095 or

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four New and Used 9(14-3501( [IDayl) or 533-2175. 18. W. F Sherwood !flop-I rood condition nioappear: 2tfh Ill'
3434.
; <(4)) consecutive weeks in as defined by law In the county after 5pm. tfchg tfchg nnrt. reasonable. Phone 47347 -
some newspaper CKATTKR; FOGS
: ; s-Yr. financing available --' :an be > FOR SALE--farm fresh
2tD 115
: : where said registration Is to be made and mid registration halt not t- -- -- Salesmen ended with a precision wheel) BRADFORD ROPING CLUB B. C. Hottzendorf, 1H miles
--- -- DRIVER. Tackle will have
balancing Job at FIRESTONE: ::: all future shows!! ut CHRISTMAS GIFTS Edwards
: accepted by the clerk of the circuit court ewept: upon receiving proof ./ Use Our Hental.l'urrhase Wantei -Wholesale. must be on precision: equipment Come the Bradford County Fairgrounds taken Wholesale: Catalogorder5 on on Road. tfchg

such publication. I'l.tn-Payments bondable age 21-up. Good: 'In for a free checkup now starting: this! Sumiiy TVs. Toys Electric .Shavers: FOR SALE-30 Inch Kenmore

Under $50;)() Per Month benefits Intwrtew by appointment at 2 p. m No admission charge Lamps Clocks! Radios. Monopoly range works an-l looks like

only. Martin Tackli FOR SLB1953' Dodge Royal Public invited 2tp 11 10 Furniture. new. 3500. Phone 969-2683.
Toasters Typewriters -

;; If you are engaged in business under any name Company.Ph. 473-4343.Lake. Geneva 2tc.ha 11-Fla 3 7 V-8 p. Good m. at condition 1115 Pratt See St.after Itp FOR Refrigerator SVLE--Peep excellent Freeze condition nnd! :etcAnything .from. A to Z. You WANTED-.Pulpwood produc-Itch*

NOWMobile ? name tt. we will have It.
First $150 gets both. Shop ers Rhort wood and stem wood

other than and have not had this name FOR SALE OR RENT PLANTINGS -- Cabbage. Phone 964-2781 or see at 72SMcMahon early and compare. Lowest L. H Outlaw Ph. 969-0561:

your own, Home SitesAVAILABLE Odom'-i Maiket and<: or houseon Collards at Terrell's Faiford. I I St. Itp prices on Quality Gifts in Rrad- 4tchg 11/24
State Road 100 South v' fi'rd County.rr -

mile from City Limits Contact Texas Grano Sweet Onion FOR RENT.-Mobile: ) Home I- your food 'tolll ,Is, t->., high No. 489

; properly advertised and registered we will be Owner ))2tchg 113 ready Florida Nov. Pest 10. Doyle's Control Supplyor 112 ml. from Stnrke on Brown- at I least trv to save on :vo'ir\ Immediate possession nice 3
Luke
Full Privilege ltP
I Rlee Road Also cypress, fenceposts Christmas Gifts Phone; :Starke:! I bedroom cottage masonry con

Homestead ExemptFinancIng for sale Ph. 969-4282 M4-3801: 4t chg 11'24 struction. Already financed.

glad to give you all necessary Information as [to old LOST: Black OR Angus. .STRAYED steer.! Ownercan yr. FOR SALE OR RENT J- 3tp 11/17 ,I I cation.Low down payment good lo-

have same by Identifying Truby place :338 N. Cherry St. FOR RENT -Furnished;! two SAM: .who you kidding | No. 470 .

Lake Geneva paying! fed bill and advertising Good condition take small I bedroom house in deslable location There's no use trying to call 15 acre farm anly 3 miles from
what
should
do.
you cost. Mrs. L. J. Oreen phone down payment rents $30 per $65 per mo M. A. me. the phone has been disconnected -I SUrke. Fenced and
crows-fenc.
. 964-4635. 3tchg 11/10 month. [rs. J. W. Killian. 805 Payne, phone 964-6792 tfchuI \ I don't swallow that ed. bam improved :
Trailer Sales N. C. pasture
- Boyd Ave. Wayneovllle I
I tory about your car wheels be- ( plenty of fruit and nut trees.
: FOR SALE)-Two hunting 'ft, 3tchg 11 17 ,I KELL'SS: IBEiAUTY SHOP: | ing out of alignment so bad you 5 room and bath houit only

- 011 Route 100 One :Mile SC: horses. One 7 'z-s. old 1.25O 'I( Highway 21, Melrose. Two op- i couldn't drive over. because .HI $12.000. Terms.

.. > Keystone lie'itvhte 11On'. ; 7 yr. old weights FOR SALE-- Bird Dog Stro- I erators to serve you, Tues. I doesn't take long to get alignment STBOL'T KE.VLTr

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHS Open Sun. & Evenings 930 llw Both proven and gentle bo's Garage phone, 9645174tfchj through Sat Closed Mondays remedied at FIRESTONE: I 2117 .V. Temple41..

: Haul anyway. Call Flora- : Service U out motto. Phone on their Vfcsuallner.! Co shimmy (n.-.! :: : : :: .
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UTURE FARMER f( members under the direc-l!I Greater Jacksonville\ Fair last .7777777.777777777s77rlAXVILLE I ploded and caught fire i I 1 Baptist Church with burialIn 'YVYYYTYYY Y YYY Y.YYYYYYKingslev I. I
i tion of President, Ronnie' Fllday and placed: first out Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Jonesof : the Mlddicburgt cemetery.Rev.
HAPTER NEWSThe r I I WillIamsen Ga. were visitors I. C Johnson assistedby Lake '
N"-man. will enter horses to of six teams with a total \
carry out tho theme, "Wild. score of 519 points. Team here last week of ::111'.1 I Rev. Bobby Knight pastorof
Biadfiv.T, Chapter is Wad West." members were Cecil Stal- and Mrs. Joseph Lucas an:11 the :Maxvllle Baptist :\11''''. F :M. Norton
sy mak...: plans for the I Our Livestock Judging r naker. Gene Melvin and By Mrs. A. C. Slade I family The Jones son David Church officiating. W. B. riione 333-2081
,jmecomini; Parade: several 1 Tea-n w.-'i'-tpiterl\ i. In the James :Molt ames was high! Phone 289-4491 has Just returned to Mayport" Grlffls III Funeral Home of r'' 'a Fi r tif i
....._ -' aboard the Orantre< Pac! was In chargeof :
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of 182 prints. USS Noah. arrangements. Mr. ,
I The Bradford and Stark SellO().. NKUS: : Mr. and Mrs. Don El"hcl- died: unexpectedly Friday in I SCHEDIXKSKUnASley
Chapters are feedtivj out two The/ BMI\: "" tndlin'! lotFilriay : 'on and children: moved tot I thr Oren <"V--'p[ S"rrine' TIo i : Lake Baptist I
......... Baker I pIta! Ire was a member of Church Suncay School, 9:45a. :
from
.. YOUr chapter ste- :c for the Greater night Oct. 28 to Jacksonville\ recently I f
Worship! I ''I'
Morning ?
fit Gainesville; : Area Steer County at :Micrlenny with a Lexington Park Md. and I the Miidleburir:! BaptistChul''h m. iu' u
( 100iD I 11:00: a. m. Training Union,
the Ma-
s Middleburg
Show and Sale These ste?r" score of 26-fl. were Sunda" visitors!! ofIl's:
I ( were bred at our school farm. Friday: nl;ht. Nov 4 the F. n. Colcrmn! sad son. sonic Lodge 107. F and A, M.Vfteran 6:15: p. m. Evening Worship,
iIOGUWFS .
] : I IlRADFOri CHAPTER, : Indians pay! : Hawthorne at Mr. and !Mrs. Gene John of World War II 7:30: p. m.Midweek '',
w a3t.. The Bradford: Chapter Baldwin. I son and ,iliuorhter Caro' And retired employee of theJirksonvDle Prayer Service'Wed. Jim''' TIME IS A RELATIVE THING
; 7:30: p m. Rev.
FFA held It* fourth meetingof Hcmeconilm weekend will, 'pent Friday afternoon to Naval Air Sta
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Then
restored.
can be school for th' be Friday Nov.: 11 with a: Sundav in Tmnpa! with Mr. tion. He was born in :lflddlebm'A' Rlxdon pastor "Come let us
.' will sparkle againas the year Yes friends the few minutes that it will take thooseyour
they purpcse of i.iltUtinsr: Grecn- game with C.'all.ihan.: I and Mrs. A. R. Johnson. and had lived here for Worship together. j to
a highlight in your| hands the first degree of The Halloween Carnival Lonnie North:-' of Orenn the past four years. Survivor Beulah Baptist Church.I will be
family monument cause family name to
f r home or as a treasured membership.The held Friday iinht. Oct. 29 at' Cove Sm 1ngs. ROller North of are hla widow, Mrs. Ruby Sunday School, 10:00: a. m. your
B>ft. I following members receiver the :Mamie A-nes Jones; Eelemt'nt1'q -I' Jt'k: )n"l11e Helen and Green of Maxvllle., Mother lIo1'11lnlfVorshlp., 11:00: a preserved for hundred of years. An enduring granite
Our skilled staff can !Mrs. Annie Green of Mlddle- m Tralnln Union 6:30: p
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i! their depress! : Stephen 811101'a'I; a !great! Claude North attended the i
eliminate all types of Henlev. F."crett Henley. success. Till costume parade I Povldi! vs Auburn foothill burg father Lee R. Green ofIawtey m. Evening: Worship, 7:30: pl: memorial will outlast: the elements for many, many years.

stains, fading, cracks Freddie Rn\\'... Wayne Boat- tnrted at 3:00:;: p. m. with a ""(pn" In Oalnesvllle! Saturday their daU1 htel's. MissRanh m... Midweek. prayer Service We have such monuments that can choose from.
Rev many you
W..ne..av 7 30
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mar R V and scratches. The restored right. David Wllkerson, Mike march thrmiah' to-vn an' 1 ftp"n"on'H1"'rn Oren Middleburg.
"r copy will have T<>w. Terry I.uke. Trov line winners being awarded prizesat North' I h STJTrtlii"tTil Mrs. Jackie!! Blzler Qf Jack-, R. L.wrfconw.Tafitgart' "pastor.* ." ..Every-r' .Rem mh r...You. are considered first,with va and your sat
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.the' charm of the orig- Jlmmv Slleox. Rny Crawford the clos'\ \ of the carnival weer-'(1n 'Jaeksnnei9' > | '% sonvllle and- '- _i DtanBreckwell :roue
of St. PERSONALS isfaction is our product. Call, or come by today. .
a inalandtheappealofa l Richard Wimry. Sonnv Nor- School children enjoyed a with her brother and slster- Petersburg greatest
.new photograph.Bring man Mike Cowart Johnny! holiday last: Friday but In-law, Mfr and ;Sirs. Roger Va., one son, Mark Green of L'Cpl.' Robert M Nail Is
the Job :Middleburg, two stepsons l B. home on leave with his fam-
cherished old Rlcherdollar. Danny Nor teachers remained on North and family.
y w .your photographs to us man. Edward Thomas :Malcohl for plannln.! day. Ell'1nental'YI'eport.s Mrs. O. J. Pa fuse returned! V Durrance of Starke. Howard lyl Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nail Rosier Monument Co.
r Durrance of :Maxvllle. and brother David. He will
won't ? Bradley. Ralph Gllpln. will be this week.Mr. home! last wok from the Dn-
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soon you Travis Wynn. Jlmmv Wllker and Mrs. Pete Wll- \'ql 1 Medical! Center In J.icksinvlllp one sister Mrs Pauline But- leave No. 17 for California
Kenn-'th Carlton and banks and family have mov- whore she was a patient ler of Middleburg.\ : four then to Viet Nam. I 411 WEST MADISON STREET
son Ronnie Sellers. ed their trailer here from for several days. brothers Leroy, O. B, and Mrs. Frank Johnson and
Marvin all of Middleburg and three sons of Keystone PHONES:
President Ronny i Jacksonville. :Mr. and Mrs. James Cole-
Chapter I Clausen Green with the U. S. Heights spent Tuesday with Office 969-1261 Home 782-3633
Newman presented each :Maltha HarrU and Larry tmn and family sr>'ent the I II
bronze Hasty of Baldwin were uninjured weekend In Jacksonville with Navy in Olenniren 111., 2 Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norton,
Bullington emblem Oreenhand pin.vlth a S"',Ittm ay nlcht when I :Mr.\ and Mrs. B. F. Coleman I half sisters Mrs. Jeanette Jimmy Bradley: and three Easy Terms-Up To 36 MonthsTo .
Alvarez presented: a the car dr\\" n by Hasty! was and daughter! Flitch and Mrs. Geneva Bur- daughters of Jacksonville
Greg
demonstration on thepropt'r hit from the rear. The 1m- George Flbert: Oren nes of Lawtey and eight were Sunday guests of Mrs.J. Pay.
good
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of the official pict jammed the door! on thedrivers Funeral services for Oeorce grandchildren.The M. BradleyA
wear Home Owned and Operated fly
Studio Jewelry Gifts assistedby side end both made! Elbcrt Oreen. 48 wereheld community extends
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Cecil Stalnaker. their way out the other door Sunday fternoon, at their deepest sympathy to ChMilfled Ad In the TELE-'' MARVIN HOSIER
Starke, Florida -Jarne.* Allen. Reporter. minutes after the two escaped ; -I 3:30: () p. m11\ the Mlddleburg\ :; the family of the late Mr. GRAI'II bring results.!
Bradford Chapter the car. t"e gas tank ex- Green. .
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a BIGGEST FERRIS WHEEL IN FLORIDA !
RIDE TO I CHOO CHOO WAVESBOAT I 5
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Goodman's Service Station \III
Terwillegar Motors
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Gem Jewelry I Tastee Freeze Drive InPixie ''

Federal Savings & Loan of Starke Leila'sRhoden's
1 Carp's :
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Dahmers Discount House Sunshine Center ,
\ Holiday Inn The Shoe Rack \
-- Newberns Studio ) 11\I,
Van H. Priest '
Bush Gulf Service & Fishing Supplies Garden Restaurant Jimmy Moore's Sun S ports. J I
I Denmark Furniture Co.

Andrews Drug Hurst Shell ServiceLuther's Temple Motel Jimmy Moore's Gulf Service I'' I

Bradford Barber Shop' :
Golden Kettle
Slade Gas of Starke
Mary Carter Paint Eagles, Inc. I

Firestone A & A Supply Bradford County Telegraph D & W Auto Supply I Inc. Doyle The Cleaner '

Williams Jewelry Stuckey Pecan Shoppe Builders Hardware and Supply Community State Bank of Starke

Bullington's Kentucky Fried Chicken To-Rena Motel & Restaurant Badcock Associated Store

I Koch Drugs Western Auto Starke Motor Court Baldwin Chevrolet, Inc.
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Hardware Winkler Electric, Inc. << ,
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i Starke and his wife is the I II ter which month you start since plants ant read< don! in 1\11111111. On the way home I the full-time student sea' '
I daughter ol Mrs. Florence the cycle as :long/ as you ke<>padding wooly too mild if you apply nn1yrr[': they stopped" off at Mr. Mos- I from' Alachua or Bradford
Forth fgl1ts. I plant' food nL regular\ an 8-8-8 "1.1\11 special"\ to CLAY le.v's parents, Mr and Mrs. counties, 70 from other Florida Easy To OwnLOHGCHAMP
intervals. your row' bushes. Henry MosJev\ of Clay Hill. counties, and 19 from out
Year around fertilizing The main idea la to apply I Uy 11-11'11. Howard< Padgett I I Mattie Bull: Austin visited of state. This means that

program makes: sense when plant food thai contains I he Phone 289-1132 {1 Iy. her cousin in the Baptist better than 87 per cent of HOMES
you consider that in Florida major fertllly: elements -- ...v..v.........am.1 hospital Tuesday Mrs Lois the full time students: are
some plant growth occurs nitrogen, phosphorus and! potassium Wiymon of Jacksonville. from the two sponsoring
Co'Gardening throughout the year. Re- -.In a 1 to 1 rll The ilkmeen Caanlval ,, Mrs Alice Mosley had to counties. Custom Built
I member, when the plant topis such as a 6-6-6 or a -tlo'l was verb successful at the return to the doctor l last Further breakdown of the
dormant, usually the root' fertilizer On most Florida: : MlddltburHthool: : / Saturday neck fOI''l checkup on eye data reflects that 79 per cent
I I II system Is Rearing for a soils these mixtures of plant : nIght. A lar'e) crowd of Clay operation. of the stuckiHs are freshmen, Your Plans Or Ours -
I By ller\ey Sharpe Editor Extension !spring flush ofCrowth/ for food will produce good Hill and dlebunt atll nd- that a little over half of Your Lot Or Ours

Florida Agricultural the above ground parts. This growth In most of your cd. SFJC Enrolls them are male and that: 57
Ser IcoDON'T takes plant food. plants. Including house We are -V to learn; of I per cent of them are attendIng HOME: IMPROVEMENTS::
: But don't ovor-feitilize plants. the death of one of our dear 1{1099 Students I I college or the first time. REMODELING ALTERATIONS
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Scattering extra amounts of Of course. If you have friends at MaxvlUle Elbert I The first term at SFJCoepnn
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STARVE 'EM> loved by(I First Semester
I plant food lust for good special soils, or hive' special Green. He \\S well !' September 20 and will
Expel't.Hw plants to hibel'TUIte -I consider the community and a good 3-BEDROOM HOMES
measure! may burn plant plants you may ninety-I I end on December: 16 with the
all winter without food excessive fertilizer humoring the plants with a worker for child I roots. Applying/ I! attending, second! trim scheduled to
u like i\en\.lm\ a hungry is a -vaste It is just soil test ant 'rec-lal mixturesof deepest svmi: athy goes out to nine students arc I
to bed minus his supper I like tossing a handful of fertilizer! his family classes at Santa Fe Junior open January 4CLAIM. FOR SALE NOW
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von are asking for trouble. Steve Carter son of Mr College In Orlnesvllle
dimes down the drain. Some ntuocorn gardeners
perhaps won'twhimper anj Mrs Carter Is a 1 Final registration figures; Down PaymentIN
Plants George 1 ::::: Small
refuse to buy special azaeiI :
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bu' they can make fertiliser claim that patient: in the Clay Memorial show that: 737 are full time I .,...
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amount to use depends on ; run110NETOTYN :
you worry almost as much ASa I food forlnvns Hospital He Is to undergo I student, with 362 on a part PINTRREE/K;; SFRDIVISION AND
the formula.the higher theformul.v the same plant I dL !
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wayward child azaleas surgery Monday time basIs EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION
the less you use. will\ make : ;
So to keep from having Hurbert Padgett returnedto 'N'U""< ;
Since an 8-8-8 fertilizer for- gl'OOf course the Acid lov- "We are pcrticulaily gratified _
nlRhtmares. be sure to feed Qainesv'lle hospital Fil-" ." DeAn Barlow said
here InR azalens may turn a bit
mula is c'ommon.: are Contact
your ornamentals adequate- some recommended rates using yellow after netting n sprinkling day for another checkup. I IIrs "by the slz of the student MERRITT HWILLIAMS
l b so they can build up of "common" fertilizer :;\ Rotrrnie arlffis and body for our first term but MITCHELL :
that formula. BUFORD "
Lt. A. F. Huff >,tientrth to survive the cool but usual'" within a few children and Sharon Den- also by the relative nb,enco ..I
I'' weather ahead. Every the months apply reeks all is fp'-civpn and the nard of Lon Branch Pau- of real difficulty (In opening 117 N. Walnut St. Office Phone ))6-!) 281 P. O. Box 238
,gardeners have a about 2 poun"'* of 8-8-8 fertilizer line Golf of Jacksonville! and St. Starke, 1 la.
Finishes OCS Many shrub rptutns to a happy : up and bv the VI.MV w.iole-; !Phone 961-5391) 110 S. Thompson -
about fall andwinter : per 100 square feet or hireBol Pad ett and
misconception( I color y some attitude of the students :
At AberdeenLt fertilization! or orna- per 100 feet of row if you areapplying green l'hlldl'en'crc Sunday afternoon themselves'The ::1
SlATE MUM NUTUILAIJ10MORIU Members Are
plant food to a Water Is almost) as Important Irene We Are Chamber of Commerce -
think that visitor of Mrs.
mentnls They I :
Alfred F Huff gtaduat I these seasons -I rhrub border. This Is a'ery as plant food. So If tintare Fadsett registration Information $IIISUUIICHDM'AHY PS9-3' i. You? !If Not:'\: JOIN TODAY! ,
fertilizing\ during ---
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ecl from Officer\ Candidate makes plants more small amount when you consider i j does not cooperate by Mr. and T.Irs Floyd John! < .

School at Abordeen Proving likely to jet killed I that a pound of coffee I wetting, the !around after visited Mrs Johns' father.D. ,- .-----,-.,--.---.... .j
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Gi,) ind, Jfd: on Oct. 10 and Is However the opposite is ran holds 2 pounds of most each application! of plant W. Wilkinson in the O.iin- I
now attending E.O.D. school true according! to Dr. J. N.I, rommeicial I fertilizer material -I food: soak thr around from esvllle hospital Sunday aftel'- !
in Alabama two weeks Ho Joiner. Agricultural Expeii-, the city's water supply.For DENMARK'S' .
will: complete his schooling at mer.t Station horticulturIst Many L'ludtners !net confused I additional answers to II noon.We are sorry to say that :
Indian Head l, Sid I Ornamentals rie'ed plant bv th' vast array of I our fertilizer questions, contact Jessie: :MannlnK! '!'v not rtoliii!! "

Lt.. Huff is the son of :Mr" food at least once three fertlllzeis! brands. and formulas -I your county agricultural as well as ex, el't t d Hi- win r ;a 1 + ,ra
every ''S

,and :Mrs: Alfred P. Huff of months And it doesn't mat- av.iilible: However----N;I a

For Your Dawson Pnd ett h sw.lous-
ISTA USHIO 104 Headquarters 1TIK niOMT POINT fur tho': Iv 111 at the tim of this writ- ,, B- __- ______ 1iiII .
HEATING NEEDS nay bon'' tulle, C'finin In and inn

BodcochbFURNITURE .prrt| ;your. favorite.. KSfrilKHOOK Mr. and Mrs Cl\< .e'l"i "'
and APPUANCIS AVE HAVE THE HEATER THAT WILL DO (: fmintaiu pen. 'ttI.Em.u'u. :Moslev and cnlldiTn of Jack"onvlllo i 3 Days Only] -- Thurs., Fri. Sat. -- Nov. 3,4,5

TilE JOB FOR YOUR IIOMK. I spp'it) the weekend
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I 4-2-Pc. SOFA BED SUITES TABLE LAMPS 50
$
1 OF A KIND .
1 Oxhlood 1 Tun)., 1 Brown 1 +0I

Safer [( Tan expanded reinforced vinyl 95 REGULAR TO $9.9.;) NOW

1 Dependable Oo\'ers.ItKOULAU. $9 9.
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: SI It.n 1!' :3.; N011' I ONLY:
I 1, 'I 1 Economical Repossessed 4 PC. Sectional I Sofa


I 1 Only-2-Pc. SOFA BED SUITE :Turr|.. nylon coyer! foam cushion

Gold expanded rointorctclin.vl. excellent: condition $119-95

CIRCULATING HEAT n cover chair has mall torn $$7195 :NEW !PRICE 8219.93!) !) NOW

OIL HEATERSLITTLE tib tf r place III .
UKiULAU;( $119.!! !!.*,. :NOW" iJ'l"' -
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35,000 GIANT B.T.U....................,..... $7995 .aA..A .rr-s ,'. 1 Only 2-Pc. Living Room Suite RUBBER TIRE
SI50AWHKCHAllENGER I

42,000 B.T.U......................$11 995 .- .. Vii (" to marrymillionaire llei',e nylon cover solid,, foam\ $( 6L'lihions. 9f"" j
DELUXE CHALLENGER tl JO A WEIIC .:- '' a.". Coil :spring 1 l ha.e.i;, i j 'j 1J. ,1 no OR I ,MAT\\) .

RI-LLAU;(; I .v.'i LJ..J! n, NOW
30,000 B.T.U....................... I 29-----_
$J M A WIXC I = I \
Super-Deluxe CHALLENGER$14995 :-:::;---. Wh'r A L 1 Only-3 PC. Danish Soft Bed '
65,000 B.T.U.. .: I .' ; tow Reg.! $$1.75-Sale $ | .00
|3 00 A WH< 4'' i. a n Suite :
I Small torn plate on buck corner
an:
I OIL FIRED < 'G1 I'oofa. $ / 91'fit ) ,
the
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DELUXE HEATER .) f- 4 1 HEa'I.\H:( 8 1 t9.9.i!} !): NO1'; jI
1 ONLY;;

fd'I ,: i..I.6L000I.T.U......Uf.._Fon.J... $24995 WnM TIADI ', I. '', -. .,:.x bk 3 ONLY-DANISH CHAIRS Repossessed 2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suite

Ar,''.luntw.... f.k.d w,.*.....*..!.$_9S s, 1 fan expanded reinforced \in> l
: Let er.iblc,, I foam Cushions
$59'95
QUAKER QUAKER iIi" $39-95 :NEW: PRICES1 l.i)5!) !) :NOW
Safety Pilot Circulating Fan RIXil'LAR: t s.-;j |I./.j!/ NOU

$OQ95
N.a.ra. 1 b95 ftBcwilcr .... A

THIN LINERADIANT t 1 Only 2 PC. Living Room SuiteDOUBLE BLANKETS $$4 95
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Tart st OIlJ. Choice of colorsKEGTLAR
J 10 % ,'{ Cushion sofa and:I matchingchair t I
DOWN
I GAS HEATERS a x : S7.93!J NOW
"!r le ytq dk in reinforced expanded: $ : 9 5 _
Delivers S4 $1 09
aro Modern sty!. and dtilgn locumpllmcnl AnyHEATER d9w \ in' >'l lRLdlLAU .
finctt furnllur 1 ONLYRepossessed= :
your : $13)9.5; !) !); :NOW"
I t *. On This Page I 3 PC. Bedroom SuiteDouble
if Sun Gla Radiants
'7 ., I I1iI
Golden Softly Shield +< fiEAGLE'S 4-2 PC. Living Room Suites
\ Dresser Chest.: Hook-
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20,000BTU. a.wr .www .r \ case heel $59.953Pc.
....__. ;J 895 +.. .... "_ ,,,.:.If.1 Nylon covers, foam cushions. td
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30,000B.T.U : cr.. 1J: M695 :m-U new 100% nylon carpet I :
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S17'l.-: ;10\\; _
4O.OOOB.T.U. keeps wives wonderfully happy and satisfies BEDROOM SUITES
$589S ,
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budget-minded! husbands, tool Outwears comparably 1 ONLY
AUTOMATIC 35.000 i QUILTED SOFA Double) Dresser) chest: hook,

a BlOWER aT.u. ,..... .., ...1 $7995 priced wool carpets three to live times. Molded rubber cushionsKKM'LAIt care; heel ualmit\ or whileitKrriAit $ 95
rto.Dlnol iol NoSAmr 111 and : .
FovThinLln.' aCa1Wy, Spots spills ;/
'219S Pilot a 49.95 ; :$129.93:; !> > NOW
GesS.ri s PO eAeovelunes, e16' il" ,I1Ye' vanish with, synthetic detergent. Textures : ; S1S0.95!9 I; :NO4

6e heat-set, cannot wear or wash out. luxurious Malone Innerspring Mattress

(QUAKER CIRCULATING: ; carpet> thai. needs no pampering nylon by Barwick,
nn.l matching box
SUPER springs) -
1'r. GAS HEATERwith Magee and Painter. DECORATOR double sue.

REG.; 519.15! 'Per 1'c.NOW $3995
Thermostat and 644 : ;I-IK; :: PIECEIT'S
AS LOW AS sq. yd. INSTALLED THrOW PILLOWS
Outside Vent Included

Come see for yourself! 9x12 LINOLEUM RUGS

r These Heaters Were Used For Short TimeIn
KKCJl'LAK 81i.1! ;)

Same :Motel carpel your bedroom wltn $1 .BEACH NOW x$4.95

; : Reg. New While

= They I' -ONLY 3995Price OlliE .:':' .:-. '.. .7-.71 '. ;'--.'".;,.' ,-:: ",: : .


$149.95 Last r Town Pit Terrace carnal I IOr Only-Early American Sofa BED PILLOWS' )

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( carpel j your bath, kitchen, p* /lo, tie.I) \\ !nA'hac.k, 3 foam "
beige print $ 05 ,
cover
-. Oxtt Town 'N Terrace C rp.t made of l'u"'l1iun'$149. 90)I)' ,. [ IIIIEFEATJlF.IS
Vtctr* /flINt I I. till ertcln) outdoorIndoorC4rp $ REGULAR( $170.95; :
.t.. proven with over 7 million yards 6 10' FOAM
ii; lined, 'In "'".
I Visit Our Second Floor Over 7,500 0:1".T.wn'N'Tirract !10 in" 4.. r door an arahn mm p>iu Sa .luicl.y.iii%
u..d Ieldoa.e, tot livlnt/ roomi. birffoamt:: .. .
l.tw.om.. >n4 kite".... To n'N'Tuna m..wn.. E::::"'"' 1 CJrccn.; 1 i Beige: 1 Red 1.49
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Feet Of In Fine Furniture *rtH v cl OOiYeOPYI.n. al fin fib.r. a fti ,.
: E Square Bargains .
tn..''It.p.!I..pa.ur Imvwvwu'lIou'bl.la molXur to .'.1". fads, Spats,'.. stint.nd 1 I Brown 39-95
... 'III.. .. w5LY. .'''u. &llu.l1v wtn' 'lust '0." pfd,
wa.r. T.wr N ,..,... .s "Id..' for bo..n" '.e m HECULAR(; S 19.03! ; NOW
room.t.:: V.c1, Aar Isn't hod by .
:2 Get Your KIDDIELAND Tickets Here 0'0.TowII t. .Ndnbralu.nt'rTors.....",won't..In 11 rat beautiful ar mlia.w' doe: A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
e'Nor .o lot Wlatl" lOp to 12 fag any isnph.
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; & APPLIANCES Gx/t Town'N' Terrace Crp t mid with\ 1 )
;:w. S. BADCOCK FURNITURE DEN IJ1RI{ 1'MTlllE[ COMPilMJ3I

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STORE .
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S. Walnut Street Starke, P..dva. Cons sr Ix..0. Yullsnd' 'Vo b. n 'IA.welwwe. ''NM.
128 IIUDrYAUN of .W.. ".'_.f Pn.M. FAdutt''' ,-"III, I... III' ill Sethi Ii....... Ywrn. ..Aea W. CALL ST.
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Services t I"IHH'.nar.. II' ? ?. I I.uII I I i,d '''''' .' Ilp, '" "'. ","I .I" IlIn I Tin'; Jell(ill r POINT fur tn.i. .*
Held Ill Jones! Memorial Chapel un ASCS Stain Conference1: In 'IU'I' Included ,. I-1 , ., ..
Nil I I'M I <'IIM\ i ''I|? VV. "L nl' 1 I I. I'' 'n. ''.1.1I I I
For with Rev. T. C. Vlncett of Daytona Brach last wetk. I Don Fuqua; State Hi'MKi.i' -1I> NIP; I KA.2'i7IO"Ni. : : .. ,I I '" ,h. V ". t II. \ III, I III ,, I \\..i..vim. write. Conic in unit
W. J. BennettWalter Jacksonville officiating. In- Members of the ASC County -i President::: I ideslgnetl I ;. 2.: ni7' "I'll"( \rc.li-i. I 1 iMIIIWIT i- I "n 01, .I h, .., I .1.. ll".. I Itlll II' t "-"-. t >,.if favorite ENTKICIUCIOK .;! I
: Jan>e& Bennett. 78 terment was In Dunn's Creek Committee who attended Pope; Dr. E. T. York. will I ll U ;X.i;l>'iai'i.Mli.Xli epti'il' I l'HIilH I'-'-"iilllvlilllill 1, ii, 1 01 .I V )"I r ,i'I I.'i s I'I i.1 i I Ir i I'I' \. M v sI Plastic...trli.M.k. $':..->(0) lit th,' .iiutititln. pen. tKI.K-': ,.
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of Waldo Cemetery in Jacksonville. were Clyde Cone and Lloyd I Provost Institute! of I liiim-H iml.v and' 1. I 1 1 'ml \U 1 TKI.KK.\ril. (..urn.. _
died ,
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Saturday Agricultural '"I 'I'h urMduyo1'=" 'I'li
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Dyal. and I. Oct. 22 I i :
lingering in Illness.Starke after a Home was In charge of ar-I The two-day conference I University of Florida; I Min.7.| nillii'rlnti'llili.-:':: ,:In 1"III"ill,iifini 7 ,00,, "I.I'1 u :' :'
rangements. I was attended;! by ASCS County ace Godfrey. ASCS Th. nonril ro..rv<' the I.L, '
THURSDAY FRIDAY
Born In South Carolina .and. nil I'l'l"THO.MAH '
on Office Managers and County to rejwl t any '.
trator. John Vance ,
Dec. 25, I. ,I'.XSKT.Slllifl'lntcntli: "
1887 he waa a reared Committeemen from all ; .
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ASC Conference I ,
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east Area Director. ;
saw mill I
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operator and a over the State. I III 27 :il 1110 I I AND SATURDAY
member of the Methodist Held At and other: S':ue and .
DaytonaMrs. Purpose of the conferencewas I
church. He iad, made his agricultural leaders.: 4L't .
to brlivr the county office the Court a1he OiinnlyJuilici
home with a daughter Mrs.r June Chapman. County managers and commit- *. llrtuir Edith ... ..., .
B. Herman, In Waldo Office :Manager: for the tee-men up to date on the .. In .1. -
lor the re: Kntnto of .
past three Agricultural Stabilizationand > i> '1' i c' I': .
years latest developments In the : mett K I'l-rryninn HIM-I- > ''I I
coming there from( Jackson- Conservation Service .... .111 t'reI.lt.re mill r.'r.ini.
ville. national farm programs they Tho Until" trued, County .''' I II...In* l'lwlrtse. or !>.... nl"Altuluxt ,
and members of the ASC| are responsible! for administering "r. I'ulilli, linn ii. I II"l nf Slit. Hulil. l'::"l..lvl
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Funeral services were held County Committee! attended athe county level' i I''l. l."riilt oiiftN tor nail- tli f You Hllcl eui'li of y< lI> .HIhnrnliy "
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:ImINK' siirpl.11 hitHiHN" notlfli'd. und "rcmi.ii I t i'Y
Topics for discussion were ,, ..... ,
I I I 1'1''" Inti-miil"loniil ; any i-lalniM and 1 itn ''I-
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I production odiustment. price' P.IM' IIU-'I" I ll'n I ; 11I'I Ij-l.i''h"' ;.*' 1<'1, von., or I'lthiir, ,1' d .-
'I N: i : "I'I47 ,I'S. Ml' ',11 I..IIHI Illf. I > hlivt- aKalnut, Ih I-HI.I T I
support and (conservation) and -
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l II> N.;" 77'iT'' .''I :I 12S" : ) I K Pi'i-rj 11111 I. Ui
land use programs I I.. rln-.I i .|1,1, IS "..-... 'II.|, lair .of nalil "'""lilY.." ii'
.. II'' V.., \I'llIl IHIX. : Jiiilwi-, '>f nrmi/ I i i
who u. I 1 '"" >
Speakers were on the .. ,... ,. ,. ,
Fi-ri! lM .it lil"
I I'' I '' I" Mill'' II.,1 I "''uun "
program during the confer ''In tho, I'liurl, hiiUBif raid Celebrating With

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for any,; 3 Days of Fantastic Savings! :;

occasion

NATION WIDE PAINT FACTORY ...-.--.



341 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE ttBoys' HoodedParkas ra Fall Dresses
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1 STARKE, FLORIDA vr :,':, REG. 3.99
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e'rew. }r r 4s GALLONS S .00 REG. 488 -
FOR r

,., rt 6.99 .

'., QUALITY $ 7 Lt;

3 1 t oulershell th heavy uet ,
Sateen Zip-oft ;hood: ; Lipper
i quilt lining. colors- -
solid .
Allorl.d lovely solid 1
flont.
16. colors or prints.
6 to
I PAINT Sizes I t
+ : a Ea. -ca'*fob.
rlc .
P.til., Junior, i'i'V
HOBNAIL l1l&glM..r BY FENTON' MI....and Half .
MEN'S LADIES' Si.... sus, '

J reshipment Just arrived of the INTERIOR

V ; nicest handmade Milk Glass that we've ever Sweaters Sleepwear

I .a seen. We're anxious to show it to you. Hurry ENTIRE STOCK!

e'r .., lot! You'll find!! ideal gifts (far every occasion.' EXTERIOR t REG. OUR 'NEW WINTER
8.99 777 REG. 2 FOR $5

e bv LATEX 2.99 C \\1 5 .
h Cardigan sly(.of rhh mohair and Entire stock of' 2.99 ile.pw.ar.' .. .
alpaca to give a 'luxurious t.xIIonn.ll., nylons, brushed nylons V .
I 'lur., Handsome htalrwr Ian... and dacrons. Huge sfltctian of I
Six.. 5, M, .L, XL gowns and pajamas.LADIES' .
Come In and See How It Is Made 1 1f

f Ultra Blend

OPEN Ey Dress Heels, .' OAF
Bullington'sStudio ? OFF OF PRINTS I fJ REG. PRICE


-:- Jewelry -:- Gifts 8:00: A.M. To 12 Noon $1 REG. PRICE! REG. 46cS9c YD lovely and untrimmed new fur trimmed coats intT '

Starke, Florida .. ftoion's' newest f'
.' !"' Tad your pick of any pair of' anJ colon choose
dress h..,. In .Iho hous*. then 50%Avril, 50%cotton. Dark tono /r and rah a big
tT-tTthe
tako a fat dollar off of' Iho ,."U- fall prints. Pr.-shrsnk. 'Ideal' for off of the regular
for prico. dr..... and blousos. !

Do You Have The "YES LOOK?" rm


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YOUR RECORDS?
CHILDREN'S HEAVY VISCOSE
Seamless
SpVINGs4Q r .

Q Cowboy, Boots ChenilleBedspreads

SAFETY 4 J REG. Nylon Hose %

o OF YOUR 422 r
4.99
( OUR

.. SAVINGS -4); REG. 522 ..REG.",". 2pg.$1! REG. 77
a 5.99 7S< 4.29

I.. REG. Seamless plain or seamless moth Thick viscose tufting on heavy cot
INSURED t 722 knit to fit guarantood first ton backing Completely' wa.hobl*
b 7.99 .. quality' N.w.it shod.s. 8Vj to I 11 I J Lutciou. soled iotor '

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0 r I BOY'S MENS AND BOYS MKNS: (',\SI' .\1.

Bradford County PANTS
Flannel Shirts
SWEAT SHIRTS

9NC o TELEGRAPHCharJey IVritiiftnrnt,, ,, PrtkHM
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1011% ( .I "11
RQ )100') COTTON( () 1
C RIl.huhlo. .. Bright :\\11' V -1 fillY lurdc. l-'ull Or,'iilnr Knit,. (Cull l''."1'i; i ; iniihiMi. ('"U.....
T :Sli-i-vi'H;. Crew :%' ,'k full
(iiliinuilrcI UiiMli It, Dry) It.
.r4 / !After II r to 114 Near it .

/.sOOO G HIST I (Ill .11.111
Fully ' 9 jF.kCharley

YES The insurance now I Is up to $15,000 per insured

account. lO K.\ II 88 4.88

YES A family of three can have accounts insured up to $

10500000. .
YES The current anticipated dividend rate is --1.5'/; .
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YES Dividends are presently paid 4 times a year. :
11I11'' ,, tl.( oafs 1\:. Oiliir, CiMirtllniitfil -
YES This is the highest rate paid quarterly on Passbook / Johns .. AREA v + ..." ,linn, UiiHll.ll.lt'" .-Skill',, I Ki'xlsl! ,.... 88
savings' in our area. \ r.i'iiiilHiil/' I iu> ", l>i'tt>nitiir ('(ilnr*--. S _
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YES The Community benefits in many ways \\hen you el I \ 21 \ :3Um
invest in First Federal of Starke. ,
RUGS j' Reg. $4.00 -- NOW ---
YES You can open an account with as little as $2.50. about this question: .
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YES First Federal of Starke is "I like the full coverall(
open Monday through Thursday from 9:00: a.m. 'till 3 p.m. --- ------ ----- -
( even VVednesdlys), and unt.n. 5:30:: p.m. on Friday. of your Special Auto Policy
$1000 to S5000 Med LADIESShirt I.ADIKS: .
YES Your business is: truly appreciated at First Federal. ical Expense coverage plus -;+' (....'\Wlt(
$1000 Death Benefits am '-;, ,; Blouses Morpul Anklets

Why Don't You Get The "YES LOOK" and Save at First $20,000 Uninsured Motorist ....,1 ... (1..1. Long 4lrpsr." ,, O'C-
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with >" J.d{ die.
coverage ful cord (loth. u...,...n and 1'''1- I I ,r ( m N-il ( "illi.ilNVI.ON I !
Federal Today? collision and comprehensive. ..\ ) f"v ton. IVrniaiit-nt I I' r .s.1. : KKINKOIU: : ',,:u HF.KI:
Does the liability portion :. ;'. p. Print Si: :S;..pll"N. K:"trnLa
in 'sinule' limit j r gt> S ,'tlnn t to t'hiMiit. .\: come
ranging from $25,000 tr 'K'' : 11jj 1 from-; The. S..<''k .ith the \.tlOI1 Cuff J lanilTickets 1
and Loan Association of "
Savings Siarkc $300,000?" .,p '" SIXES :30 TO 3H
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STARKE, FjLORIDA Agency of Entire Reg. Stock$1.99 2 For $$3.00 3 Pr. 88 Herei. .

131: S. Walnut St. S
Get Your KIDDIEUAND; Tickets Here. PHONE 961-0201 ..

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I PAAC: .TEN: BJt01l'D1U OOTTNTT TKT.KORAPII. HTARKR.!! FLORIDA TJltm D"V. NOV. 3. IDfldI


l CJOt'a1'P\1I: JI'fle..e. ('O'III.j U< :-',..'ll.t- ,In luirnby Klv"'n"' ,that Irilfd Household r must have some coverage under Income Quiz sons who have become totally -
IN ANI'' ) KON Illl % I hat. uiv film I T.'liniiH. a* be eligible disabled from other than
IVU. "U'I social fccurlty to -
: I 01'' of Ib.' .C '
I (nt'IoT.01&11: >>\ I l ''' ustal'" ) -
In r e. Km: i.,i'' I .
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Cyrus Kll..wu-th Boam, II t I I"? filed nt\'; "prrlu" <>n ReportVages ical Insurance; protection! With Nov. Check The questionnaires also HO
when they leach 63. to the parents of deceased solve your beating problem

If you pstcl a household The tax Is due on all cash :M. T. Dixon of the Fla. veterans win are receiving
LI MANUFACTURERS SAMPLE (i worker $50 ur more during payments ,including! carfares Dept of Veterans Affairs, dependency and indemnity with the remarkable SIEGLER
and made to )I
other
i July) August and September expenses announces that Income ques compensation) Dlxon said the
a social) security tax report any employee who makes, tionnaires which determinethe VA asks that forms be returned I '
I Is due before the end of over $50 In a quarter! Wat- amount of pension a veteran as soon as possible. | 'lVIark III
Sale October Thomas C. Watson. ton said that a simple en- i or his dependents receive and that care, be taken to see
Lingerie Jr. social) security Field Representative velope form 942 Is availableat from the Veterans Administration that the card does not be- I
; ,I reminded Starke social security( or Internal will. be includedin come folded or mutilated. It
residents today. Revenue Service offices for the November payments Is to be used In automatic
If reporting th" earnings and machines that require the
Maids cooks, housekeepers this year.
reminded residents that they card to be !!, I'
PEGNOIR SETS \ handymen regular babysitters Recipients of VA pensionsare flat and Intact.
could be penalized for )late For help and assistance in
and other household required to return the
lleg. Price Sale Price f '. \. .< employees are by law covered reports. Income questionnaire before filling; out cards. veterans*
-"' under social security. Watson I January 31,1067 in order that may see their local Veteran i

$11.00 $5.99[ lJ1 said. Persons: who employ THE RIGHT POINT for the their pension may be continued County Service Officer.A I
r \ such\ a worker" and pay him way you writ*. Come In and, I Pensions vary according
1 t over $50 In ,u three-month ,elect your favorite ESTER: to the amount of Income a CliMHlflml, Ail In the TEI.EI I
quarter must file a tax,.: reports BROOK fountain pen. TF..LF.-1 veteran has from other sour GRU'U bring renulti. 1eto
BETTER SLIPS' give Uio worker credit GRAPH. ces. VA pensions KO to per- I
under social security which ,. _.
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port and pay social security,
j4 Re r. Price Sale Price
taxes! for him. I xa

$9.00 $3.99 The employer Is responsible I 1 I II kfl t
for paying to the Internal)I t ks t "
$7.00 $2.99 Revenue Service both the ..2 I I 1 ,
I I per cent deducted from all W fl
earnings of the worker and I, +,
$5.00 $1.99 >
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the matching 4.2 per cent)
1 I ILt' r rL paid by the employer. Tax b I

3 DAYS ONLY 3 rI reports for the )last quarter; Lla '/

Fit c y.At I must 31.Watson be. sent In before October l I

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stressed the Importance -: I Ia
50% TO 60% OFF to the worker of :
filing the
returns. The re-
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Pd he must have to receive 8OC-I: -
Sch lal security retirement benefits If. v
ctrl' > Once in a Lifetime-Limited Quantity! I In old) age or disability I dtJ
js! t ; fJ ,
nrnvulli' payments If he Is disabled) I. : ..; r. 'Fl3z3--
: FABULOUS SALE STARTS 'r.11 and unable to work. "And --..:. ... _. St ,y.
l lI1 I now with tin new medicare -

FRIDAY, 9 A.M. NOV. 4th program" Watson said "fil '[
I I ing Is even wore Important ,
w 3ft'
and ?6 6E \ Beginning In 1968 workers, GET YOUR AUTO-LOAN Semi-Central Heating SystemThe


I Tin, final illni hHI"", and that I I ; Siegler :Mark HI pours :floor level
will .11'1.1)7| i to the IInllnrl&hl..1Thl' I
< .\ I II' ''''' ,\. Yawn, County JIIhl"l HERE NOW...AND SAVE!. heat out the front, back and both sides
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"t Uriulfiiril" County. Florida, nnNmimlivr
E 3 S H O P ;; 14. I I'tHrt! fm for multi-room without!
,, "r> the HIIIIIO. mui fr final Hpuroral rtl.- I V..... .k-..< -Mil". tm WB* I heating costly
.:.IIMI-KU. us Executrix: ut the full" If really want fast action-and! < want 1 pipes and registers. Build it in the wallor
<>f \I'jrus Kllannrtli: BoomTHIiL.MA ,. 1 you
FLORIDA
wr tnKE. de'rased. I II' to save money on the over-all cost ofyournew just pin it to the wafl. In two-tono

',:ldrl; ; I t:111.:m\M: IIe! { THHIINTON.Kvei'Utflx / car-finance it here and now. Comein baked enamel or luxurious wood grain

Jh Use Our Lay-Away Plan L (' vru LUMw; ..\.f 01"the Hi Ream I Kntuln: tli-i lit'' and see how quickly,conveniently,and vinly coating it will add beauty and

fJ f THIIMVM(. I Ac J'lKltCHAtli.rnivxHtI.HW' : : : economically we can put that car in yourgarage. wonderful new comfort in your homo.
Get; Your KIDDIELAXD) ( Tickets Here
2iiaNi.rtli, Temple. '.Ise.ttnrke ...now!/ Come in soon and see the remarkablenew
!:' Florida
4 4. I 10 20 4t 11'10 Siegler Mark .TH tmroatig. ;t gag

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Mr. ;and Democratic Voter FLORIDAAT I -

$28.00 Down $12.00 Month


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"THIS CAN BE YOUR FINEST HOUR" '. i One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Slade Gas & Appliances


Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 312; VV. Madbon St. Phone !)(1-7701

Not within the memory of any living citizen of the State of Florida .=! ---

have we faced such a danger of an unknown, untried, or an un-
tnh'ouii (111'",'1't IHI \HIIIK
proven .man to take over the important duties of Governor of Florida PIIII.U' INNI'lll t'TIONP. ,
U. I.IUW.T' 9.19 Sturke, KlurldiOitnbi < BALDWIN CHEVROLET
and THIS IS THE TIME FOR YOU TO PREVENT IT. ,"i r 24. IIHKITin \ ,
Br"ar,1! >! iinniy liuurilof

HOW?' Simply by voting the straight Democratic TicketALLTHE eels public.. fteahd..lnntruetlf.il hid. at UH will offln ri'.-.,
III :Ninth; t'l.rrt' Ht 0"1. Sturki'
WAY. Fbridx fur, "'m'lnar our 1\\-1.
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1t"ll.rli'U' lilllldlllK haw,, It- '
.'In..I., I.n OUey. h'li'inl.i" untilotviiil.rr \
EVERY JE. ICHA'flU( { : T NOW AS NEVER Bt -
111'' I' .I 1. 'l'hur.lsy' '
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FORE VOTE TilE STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC:\ TICKET ,adlug, to the followlnw IT. IIMIll 11$l"clfii s'
ii tInnm.
I
; ALL THE WAY FROM:\ TOP TO BOTTOM:\ 1 ItlililerH, art" *,, invited to In- NEW 1966 CHEVROLETS
Hpet t tin aforementioned" pri'inIIPH .-
and any Infortnutlun r'qutrrd j

After each Democrat the Ticket ;is the abbrevia- nffl. will be provided by this I I
on -. Tlu> HUt'reHBful. bidder shall i, AT FABULOUS DISCOUNT PRICESAll
he ri'HpoiiHtblti, fur reniuvHl uf

f tion (Dem) and to the right is the block space for your .all.1,'" inutcrlulH from the, footings..m-hool alt del.rin* and., 'I

shall (save. tin arva now 0"1| These Cars Are Brand New. Some Have Never Had The Floor Mats Put
X. Mark Mi d h the Bubjeut
i it clear and there be misun; >
plain so can no a :i-Kaii., ; :raked-over condition.: : l 1 1I.
I.I Tin. HUxenaful. bidder. shall. Down Yet. And As A SPECIAL OFFER With The Purchase Of One Of

derstanding.WE days ha\c> friiin n, ,period, thtf .award not ,to uf vxravd contrart DO1! These New Chevrolets You Get 100 KIDDIELAND Tickets FREE. So You
for, tin, rrinotal of all mat'-r.I:,
See There Is No Way To Lose At Baldwin Chevrolet.
lalH Iliindllnir of matel'lnl and
,; ARE NOT AFRAID OUR COUNTY WILL NOT :0: thfti. dt.!.iiHal| hall be In k'vp-\
Inn. ultli the existing. DEMOCRATIC:\ HUT \V'K: WANT IT TO GO DEMOCRATIC ) :: ( >utenta.. No storuffe of ma- I[
tennis hall he \purmltted", nn''
KY THE BIGGEST MAJORITY EVER VOT the Job, mto. Any material. mild 1966 IMPALA 1966 IMPALA 1966 CHEVROLET
"on tin Hlte must bo rebut edImm.dlately.
.ED.: 1 2 DOOR II.
4. The aucccxiful bidder' ihall T. CHEVELLE
.be "teiiulred to bond provide, or, imhler'n a. I..OQperf'irniHnco ;; I Willow green, black interior, :396 II. T. coupe power glide, II. T. :327 V-8, power glide: radio -

The Democratic Nominee ROBERT KING(: HIGH: has ,heck. treasurer's i-hn-k or I Ii'f I power steering and brakes, air! radio and heater, :air cond.: and heater, power steering.
.,; any uatluiiitl, ur mate .bank I md.<< radio and heater white LOADED WITH EXTRAS! bucket !heats and console white
pj r promised to use his influence to keep the present distribution No I I.nl,,I bond' la being ruquhv'dbut I
tin. board. thall expert hlililfii I| side wall tires, wheel COH rs. ide"all l tires and wheel covers
It of Race Track Funds intact. This will mean $311.- ,.) !to show, good fullli 'In ( tyle).
t- 4 b 000 or even more to our county each year What has!! the rlllt"" Tli.tllrlr BiioovuMrul.propo.uls.. 'bidder... rUI'1 i SAVE ? ? ? SAVE ? ? ? mil"

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111". bid, opening aforemi'iitl.in. .
D. TinKiiitifimrill. bidder hall 1966
CHEVELLE
.. Florida has become what she is today under Democratic how. evid nu. that Inand, ..ur i I 1966 BELAIR
,,, 1966 CHEVROLET
$ '4.-, Ins. inmimny\ !vnipertly. )' IIIMIIrd -
4.P u ; rule governed by tried and true Democrats. So why by HII. ci'ritilbl IllMll'lim, MALIBU

: t- should we turn it over to untried and unproven men who ag, ,:'.'Il'y In the ''ji[,>lloung\ niiinIliT I I 4-Door sedan power<< !steering' HE:LAIR

'_ r 's, have no knowledge of the State and its governmental fun A U.irUniun'n .'undsnsalub." l 2-Door II. T., 396 super sport t and brakes V-8 engine and
Z? II\ 'I'untntctnr'n l.lnl.lliu coupe, power steering radio I-door, 1'engine.. radio and
Blue with white
:' ctions. Surely this would be an experiment in danger. iiii-r| tl>ni II. I. ,;;11.11110I power glide. top
:md heater white sidewall tires heater, trans.! ,
power
ve $I nO.floo MAKE YOUR DEAL OX:[ THIS .Khdc:
r. D. JiS.Oon map; wheel corers, power \\ hltl'Iolth blue interior.
........ l.iaMllf. ONE:
1'i.ntruetuitl'
II I., $iO.OIH/$lllliH'lr ) '( glide, READY TO CO; DRI\; IT HOME FORSAVE -

: TOP-RANKING DEMOCRATIC OFFICIALS, STATE AND T Illiln, LI.llf.lll. ii.IIOO b<> NN. .hot, undinarkiil ?
"111., on. llrinoilnicMihind SAVESAVE? ? ? ? ? ? ?
."
: NATIONAL -- HAVE ENDORSED THE DEMOCRATIC i If 111111,addltliiniil, <11 ntr Inrorniiitli.nIn

a....d.d. It miiv: be obtained,
.:, TICKET FROM TOP TO BOTTOM AND STRONGLY by o.iil..."Un" this "U'l'(' '0'91211. -

URGE YOU TO VOTE THE STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC right!!9 The t.... OJ.t Komil'any, rewrven or all. 1 bld the i 1966 Impala 4-Dr. Sedan 1966 Chevy II 2-Dr. Sedan

;.; TICKET. THOMAS I. L'ASKV .Ili! I
., Huperlnti.nilentin I V-8 engine power slide radio White, red interior; radio and LESS THAN
i I: Pit to do'the job :Mr.\ Democrat l let's! \ote next Tuesday! and let's* vote ''' -'- alto .I I Ii and heater white sidewull tir $$2795 heater l Ii cylinder, standard

;:: J)1'IUIaatiI.I.TIII) : WAY. And pleu'Ielf! we may make a suggestion, II II es. Look ut this l one for only- hirt1' hill' sidewall tires. A $$2000
1.11'1'1.1)01.1.: ) -
;r: let's ><>le early in consideration and appreciation: of the fine men and I <

3 i women who are woikingat the poll. They' certainly deserve! our thanks

1 sad calplvation., I i 7010.05i
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r i If You Need Transportation to the Polls, Please, Call Starke 964.6105 i BALDWIN CHEVROLET, Inc.

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Dinner Rolls" 2/29A/ Each week a piece of Shef ''\\\\\\. 'i. :; : : \ ':':,:%
?ke SauG 'tacr To Go Fan Goad l TliutijvTo-Eat( ; ; \
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13 : >C'+ACK'IN i< GOOD ANIMAL. 6'2' 'oz CRACKIN GOOD Plus 50 Free Stamps '" :

Crackers: 29* Cheese Curls 39? '......'0.i'(it);;.;.,, '. :".. *' 7,1 I| Bread Butter&Plate I 191|| I I| $5.With furchoieNo Each -'
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Rig:, 3"if. DUNCAN,..,HINES I 10 oz Umon Yellow White Spice, :
tor">cl Oed I Fouiv.: Ch caxes
3.Ib CRISCO ALL VEGETABLE-Limit One Shortening of your Choice w/$500 order Nov. With lach :
I $ 1 CUP I 9-1 I .
Cake M- L 21-24 $S ichaMRgulor ";' =
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Regular' 39c 2t" / ran I m '/ ,o. Si"mi"i4a> I n g % 9 79 5 21354.. No 303 Con THRIFTY, MAID' 3 w, or Lg 1

T on' ). Catsup! 31./ 3 b. ASTORLimit one Shortening of your choice w/$5.00 order Sweet Peas 7/1./ 1 ;

Regular, 27t ', A'<. N WHITE' & ASSTDNj S h rt 6 9 ji Regular' '"'' No, 300 Coo THRIFTY, MAID'
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Tow5 Pork & Beans 10/1./
Paper 0 \; 4/1./ tDEEP SOUTH Regulor' 59* :

3J3 Cai I AiTOP Regular 491 3-Ib. DIXIE DARLING'

Fruit 11t.c..7 4/,1./ ayonnaise . 49* Fancy Rice . 39 1 1Peaches.
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Regular 3 $1 I THRIFTY 1 Ib REGULAR, DRIP. FINE---Limit; One Coffee of Your Choice w/$5,00 order Regular 87* BOX BEECHNUT 20 5* Pok

Astor Coffee 59* Chewing Gum 69 .:
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Regular 39e 1 15 iz LYKES 1 1.lb REGULAR DRIP FINE.-Limit One Coffee of Your Choice w/$5.00 order Regular 47* Vi-Gol STA FLO

fl Step . 3/,1./ Folger' Coffee 69 Liquid i i Starch! 39r ::\;:.

46-oz. THRIFTY MAID ALL FLAVORS Regular 79* EX. LARGE

Fruit Prinks 1 SUPERBRAND GRADE 'A" FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITEEggs Tooth Paste 59 :::;
41./ s *
No 303 Cons: THRIFTY, MAID' BLUE LAKE CUT La rge 2 DOL 1 Regular' ,21$1 No. \ .

Green Beans 61./ ._ Tuna Fish . 41.RUNNYLAND / 1t. :E

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OK St HERS-Limit 2 PKjfs with $5.00; Food Order. .. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND ;'-----w- "-" "' : "

SIRLOIN STEAK-98* I 11EXTRA iX GREEN STAMP i '!::;
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SUNNYLAND..Whole or Butt Half lb. 59 e, ROUND. STEAK LB. 98 1 u.:.ICNW.AV rw ansvn ivMwM AVIAN* ; ::
Cream Puffs ,,:
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HALF' S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF PLATE i U S. CHOICE W D BRAND BEEF SHORT I Aryl GREEN STAMPS

STEW'!/ L8. 28 RIBS I LB. 38 ;1 7j.. rt WTM Onion n OMB Uu Vi FKOOOLO PtlN Rings fMM-M. ; ,,:
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BAG r tM: Powdered Milk
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REGULAR 49< LB OOOO.THRU'"NOV,, ...S

) i ; ou BEEF iAViJw| X.Gt LB. 3 9& .
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Boeing i g Potatoes 39; MI CE 'MEAyl"P'I'ES 39, e_ fI--------I ExTR If ONE Ot. JA..i.

WH, ,r"-' .4A A'' /' DELICIOUS, FRESH CRISP WD BRAND CLIP COUPON I I II ,.'Jl. 1.-:;::;.0CA/C fif. t''

Red Apples 2 LBS. 39 Cucumbers 5/29/ Ground $190 ...:----.-----.:1 1 ....:.....!l::::::=:".' :.

FHM hEAr \Va.Gol. FIL-MAR FRESH FLORIDA NECTAR 5 LL' I I EXTRA A7( GREEN STAMPS :

Fresh LB,10 Juice 69 BEEF PKG. J ONt. L> F:; ,.
Cabbage ; Orange I t i W THHU O ftANOGround,Nav.Bc fOOO B,. I. ,... t

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2. POLY BAG CRQZEN FRENCH lOoz Pkg ASTOR LEAF OR CHOPPED S

Fry Potatoes 31./ Leaf Spinach 6/"I./ FISH FILLETS 99* 2i_":OOO Lima nv TMMirrv LO[THRU AL flot w/N Bean MAI NOV'MO' CAM N 01IFI .**f i

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I I I .J'...GREEN. STAMPS : I Ax(_ : .. tt st ONE *.L* BOX : It 11 .owe" ... .w a. : 09 ON* aaoxPONMULA I. _.LV. ,..... C..o :.
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TAC.f TWENTY: BRAHFOnn rOPXTT TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORID ,
) TIU'RSnW.. NOV. 3 1968

Ii. 1967 Feed Grain been! announced by Secretaryof basically tha same us' In pre-!
c I Agriculture! Freeman according -" \lOlls years however with -----
Program Sees to Mrs June Chapman the feed grain supply and

Few Changes I :Manager. ASCS County Office demand today In near but with perfect. Increased balance SLADE'S PRE-SEASON 1i\1\ Ii t ) H ED
r MiKH provisions of th", Mrs Chipinan said that : production needed In I
1967 reed ''Sin program have the 1967 program will be 1967. several Important SALE
changes were made. These

Looking Forward withConfidence port changes rate and higher area elimination! total higher price of sup-loan voluntary I STARTS THURSDAY 9 A.M. ULUILJJIILJI

diversion for payment
except on mall farms The
1967 provisions are
program
Hank standing with a full- designed to take out of pro- HEAVY DUTY WASHER WITH PITKCIIASK; EflUGE ATOR-F EEZERI
duction about half as many;: ,
service bank like ours give the acres 1066 as' were program.diverted under ; FRfI I I [I II' 01A\Y :MA.I OKAPPUANTE

you a mighty satisfying As In 19H8 a farmer will I
feeling of assurance and divert 20( per cent of his corn ,,
base to qu'iify for price aup- : '
s security, makes your future po"t pnvmenf loans.: Farm K 191 lhw' All Transistor '
with feed raJn? bases of 25 _
t look brighter. It acres or leaf will again be ,.r Miniature Portable
fllsrlblc) for earning diversion
'y smoothes the way whenever ,
rvtvments for the minimum Radio
rtlverslon and on any additional -
need ref-
you money
acres diverted up to ItI1 Operates on Sin I I
financial advice.It total base. Producers who L'
erences or the .. '
( gle 9 Volt
Battery
have bale of more than 25 ---.
is a friendly, helpful acres! and who divert 25 acres "" ... I pa I 1 1I
that and plant ni feel! grain will 6 Transistors, 1 ____ 1 1allrtcIlIIrs
relationship grows also be eligible for diversion
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Diode, I Therm-
noyment on the 25 acres.There
valuable to iIl
increasingly I \ N
will oe no payment for h istor
the by. additional diversion as' informer I .
you as years go I
8111 otI a
years.The I Gift Packed With !'
rate
price Clupt>Ort loan
FULL BANK SERVICE for corn will be Increased' Leather Case Ear !ijll' -
from $1 to 91,0.national
Checking Savings averace. Loans will again be: phoneBatteryHx26"W
Personal Loans Car Loans available for all corn pro jfi1hh 11111111111111
Business! Loans Drhe-In TellerBankbyMail duced on farms: participating, .3*" _
: : Safe Deposit In the progrcm." Participating I .i
farmers will also earn price, X 16"D -
Accounts Now Insured Up To $15,000By 'support payments of 30( cents''I

Federal Deposit Insurance a bushel yield for corn"on of the the planted protected Heavy Duty Top-Loading Washer LAF600 19" PORTABLE. TELEVISION' Complete food center holds 20.7 cu. ft. completely
Corporation.I acres not to exceed 50 percent .*.. "Frost-Gone" only 3534? inches wide both
of the base acreage i Regular/ : and Delicate Cycles and Speeds .
... shelves
3 Water *. WIIILi: THEYLAST doors feature storage space glide-out
I (; Your KIDDIELAND Tickets Here Soybeans can also be plant- Temperature Selections New
ed on feed i rain permitted!' Lint Filter and Water Circulation System'*" P butter and cheese keepers full-width crisper
HOME:\ OWNED-HOME: OPERATED acreage without loss of the 3 Position Water Saver'*" Flush Rinse and glide-out freezer basket frozen juice and soup
I price support payments. !i Deep Rinse .*.. Load Markers .*. Automatic =e tr. dispenser lusterloy, coppertone, white.Safety .
) I The Community State Bank The program signup will Lid Lock .*. Porcelain Enamel Tub. oertr
begin early In 1967. I '
OF STARKE Regular Now 9 9 Regular Now
I Adjustable Vinyl Book.' $195 J $$485
: MEMBER: F. D. I. C. : at Covers.The Telegraph.All sizes 30 cents' ea. I $229.00 Only $549.00 Only

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Bobbie Brooks, Tammy Andrews, and WALL FURNACE

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I Capitol) Keyhole r7T!: : Flying Saucers Nothing New -. I


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j By K.issHl Kay Washington, D CAccording .

No Need For Alarm to trip, newspaper
According! ; to an article In .
reports thousands of pCI..I''
By RAY STAKK : the November Issue of FATE reported sighting the my"tcl'10us -
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Concern has been expressed in Injunction proceedings but this: BY HOOK OR CROOK : ing strange craft in our skies crafts Including! personsof I

!some l quarters that Tuesday's action in no way affects the school con- fno I pun intended] the two for a long time unimpeachable reputation.

in Circuit Court in which a struction issue School bonds were candidates running for governor nlTn ? :a1"aLLAHAsS It seems that the present business! men. housewives off U dol'--l< .
tors, lawyers police PI s
temporary injunction was granted authorized by an entirely separate of Florida have man- day Flying Saucer or UFO sheriffs and countless! othi" i rs

to restrain Bradford County statute and validated in !separate aged one Wiiy or another to EE sightings reported from all Their accounts of what they

Commissioners! from further action :- proceedings. get some steam Into the political over the world were paralled saw or thought; they saw varies -

in courthouse! site negotia- Any action attacking the valid- campaign that will 70 years ago when our grandfathers just as they do today but

Hens might in some way affect ity of the school issue would haveto come an end with the voters were equally disturbed surprisingly their desoriptlom
Floiida having their say by what then caUed
of were
the legality of the statute under be an entirely separate pro dovetail with many we receiveto
at the polls next Tuesday. strange "airships" that appeared '
which revenue certificates were ceeding.If .nv: as far as size snipes.
Last week we promise: In the skies!' over many
issued against race track funds anyone interested in the you a serious look at both areas of the nation received lipped and various lights and

for school construction in Brad- schools has been made uneasy by- candidates, us this column lN widespread press coverage and;! colors Most all! reports tell of
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a brilliant: white light and a
County. Monday's court action he or she has poked fug; at both sides ; ; ; develop: rented arguments variety of smaller red. u-"en:

Such fears are groundless: can set his mind at rest There since the start of the race. between laymen reporting the umber and ellow lights some

It is true that the validity of is no connection between the two And I must fay that both of sightings and scientists who pulsating\ some stf.1ldy.Astl'ol1omen. .

the special act authorizing i issuance issues and the injunction will\ them have taken It wonder- Ci A scoffed at titan and offered college professors -
fully well As a preface to t Q their! own explanations Just as>
of cettiticdtet for courthouse have bearing only on the proposed and scientists of the
this serious look let me say i a. 1RICf they do todayIt .:
construction was attacked in the courthouse! day appeared Just as hard
personal ties is IntelesMng to note that
that I have no( t pressed to :provide an answerto
with either candidate. ThisIs these UFO reports occurred In the ,
phenomenon as they doto'ny.
simply the way ONE reporter the gay nineties! long before .
Some !said! the people
has seen the two in"n r the Wright Brothers! launched
About Those 13 Amendments were seeing a "fixed star"others
end the issues. "s"lit PUc NE'-L ,irF the first airplane at Kltty- !'! reflections from earth
Robert King HUh hawk.
Mayor and the like here was no Air
Once again voter! of Florida separation of its offices of county, 'has pulled off a minor mir- n The sightseeings/ occurred Force then inn no agency established -

rare confronted with a raft of solicitor and state attorney. acle and has with wet glue m i- % all over the United States In to Investigate UFO>
and mended the "on 1896-97 and newspaper reportsof
paper:
but viewers were lust as fiimIn
amendments the State Consti-
to No. 10 Affects only Orange the scene" political I elem"nts that day sound very much
their belief that they had
tution about which they know County giving its commissionershome of hU party In Florida intoa like these of today:! were Justas
seen something and were not
little, and many unfortunately rule power to change boun- well-oiled Democratic machine mysterious and unexplaln- Inclined to be swayed In their

-couldn't care less. daries of their justice of peace fearful of defeat and able. belief by statements of to

The fact that we are faced with districts without an amendment confident of victory. How iH Cities fror.i which sightings called! authorities

the need of ratifying or reject- to the State Constitution much Scott Kelly and the were reported Include Omaha. Personally I am inclined to

ing such amendments every two No. 11-Gives Florida women Democratic Caravan will Nebr, Sioux City Iowa, Decatur agree with ctr grandfathers

years demonstrates that Florida's the right to serve on juries deal- help to assure victory Is Mich.: Kansas City lust as I agree with those who
the voters
Constitution must be sadly out of ing with condemnation of something that Kans.: Chicago.!! Ill: Evanston. believe In Flying Saucers I
proper will have to decide Ill; Mt Carroll Ill] ; Wausau.
date. It has been amended 135: that feel confident thnt we will
The one manor factor Wis., Oalesb-'rc. Ill; Ottunwa.
times since it was written in 1835 ty.No.. 12 Permits a onedaysession most of Jll h's supporters ..., Iowa; Russellville Ark.: Newton eventually know the truth

indicating that the job of writing;' of the State Legislature! point to i Is that: he has come t.\ ,, t Iowa; Elgin 111. Eureka. about UFO's and that we will\

a new Constitution currently on the first Tuesday after the up with answers to the f>; may, Kans.. Hot Springs Ark and take it in .stilde.
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under way-can't come too soon. General Election in November for state's need They point out

struggle In the through meanwhile another we batch must the purpose of organizing and that HUh. has and taken not Into his opponent account -- Magic Carpet Running Out of Steam LETTERS

appointing committees. No other
potential of 50 million -
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of 13 amendments next Tuesday.
business be considered.
Senator John E.gentleman Mathews of whose Du- legislators can feel that if the Legis-Many as dollars the candidate ii revenue puts by.It, FARMER'S ZX X k DIARYClear SayS Trick or Treat Is OverdoneNovember

val Countya lature can organize before the "closing the loopholes of the

opinions are held in cdlffciderable regular session starts in April a sales tax program" 1, 19CG business In Starke Isn't ciuivus.si -

respect throughout the state great deal of valuable time will One asset High has had In J r fish. Now he's of Dear Editor: >d on Halloween ni ",Mi,l
they are all good amendments has been his sparkling fall weather \ door-bell iliiKliH
says be saved. his campaign trying I It with oysters. The starts (
that
I hope
and recommends a jus vote father, Lester High Last Is here an:!! the nip in the sincerely you at six o'clock and due.n t
aYe No. 13 Would permit the senior High told:!. air Is just enough to make the real will publish\ this letter, as I until mldni 'hi
oh all. If past patterns any week the : Of course Alice Is feel that I expressing the stop nearly &
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criterion, however, many voters Legislature to provide relief for me. "I'm having the best you want to set up and BO rook in our family and Sam's Starke Cars are bumper to bump!
sentiments of
unfamiliar with the provisionsand inventory taxes which most mer- time of my life I go to bed And the change in seasons efforts In that direction are many that in the streets, and while Ih,'
to take time to chants reel are inequitable. The at 8:30: each night and getup may bring as it usually fw sporadic and risky ventures citizens -and.: I hope the driver stays !t', the car, lomi1, ,
not wishing this letter will be read by
familiarize themselves will vote present Constitution says' that all with the chickens. I've does, a prolonged: dry spell Alice trade !some pop- mothers and fathers of the of !the mothers get out and
like this that may hold back, the new- walk with the children to
property must be assessed and never seen anything overs last week among many children who are out on Hal- :
the amendments or
to reject per-. taxed unifomuand equitable before and I'm so proud ofrn..v ly-set berry crop other good dishes and ifyou've make sure that they <'lon't
them at-all. on a loween night "Trick orTren.tlna
vote
not
haps on
had miss a. house These child; 'n.
he- of'' son never pop-overs "
basis. Thua .. inventory
In an effort to give ..at ,least On the other band Claude Some of the berry plantings you've missed a .treat.. by the way lange In i\ ','
merchants must be ..g.edat Like so many other things.
enough information .make b.--* Kirk hat -aJ 1ao' pulled .off a are off to a Rood start: from toddler to high sell ul'
rvalue.Theiruling' Sam McGarvey S SHow Trick or Treat night has
100 cent of By
per he haa. Dan Starling. of the Lawtey students
telligent voting a poI bilit.y"-we \ tnlnor' witi-a-Me' many about that big steer
borrcv the redl-
ft'er the.-fotlowang. nutahell.ri' faaa' -led .intentional depletion pflopto believing that there Is section reports that he has which was shown in last come to on children At my horn last nUht I
Yeas
ttume of the '13 proposals/: : mventories during the period no doubt that a Republicancan bloom in his fields: and that hurt you, If 'ou- keep your week's paper? A steer that stayed culous in their ago.own neighborhoods personally/ ve out 650 pieces -
: when assessments being madeto would mean an early crop of mouth shut. of out of Nil N
No. Guarantees that no new are and will win the govern- weighs; a ton or so Is a mon- and called at the candy
be adoptedfor keep the tax as low as possible. orship of Florida next Tuesday fruit possibly by Thanksgiving '- ster to us but this critter and amount I had five ehlld.ttell !
will homes of their neighbors!
Constitution without\ever ratificationby Some types of inventories cannotbe and people say that Is Day and:! more surely by Had a licet' this week In went well over that and at friends Today. I111 ventureto me thank you; and) ( t ,,1-,
Florida Chitftmas the loan of a bIg dish! of effort I had window .
represented a my my
moved as quickly as others go'ne1.! UxJav's:! prices state, that. no home or
the people. How much the long r awaited mustard: 1''e1'\5.> \ fresh out of veritable walking fortune. soaped.
however resulting in penaltyfor
No. .-Provides that in coun- a and hcavj'-weight-1!; Kirk The first pecan auction of a (widen; There are other We have very few tru
ties where the Superintendent of some merchants. This amend- Papers will plav will also the season! : war scheduled to greens to choose from but And a hog made the news conducted "nt the Gilnesvllle on* left-most of them }lum.'

Schools! is appointed rather than ment would permit the Legisla- have to be decided by the be held tocl.iy I Thursday I by comparison they are mild this week: ore that Is supposed Area Chamlw-r of Commerce been destroyed throe 'Ii

elected, he shall serve "at the ture to make adjustments! in the \ote-s at 'he polls next at the farmers muket. and and tasteless when compared l to point!! at quill likea 412 E University Ave. and abuse. I think everyone fe's'
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pleasure" of the School Board method of assessing! inventoriesto Tuesday! TCl'k supporters are from all indications there to the zip end bite of the dog We'v-j seen sows point appointment can be made thAt enough Is enough nn r' r

the board to en- place it on a more equitablebasis. the first! to admit that their will\ be light offeilngs; We mustard lo.tves at us when we were getting bY calling\ the Chamber at feel quite sure that if p""'n' lo
and gives with power man has cane up with no still have so.ne nuts left from her plus away from her and i :57::!-4305. will stop and think they w III, !

ter into a contract a super- So much for the present tax potential because they last year, and they have kept If you want treat to eat when she pointed we got out "This additional service la realize that they are r'''01-
intendent for less than tour years. crop need It, good:! sea being offered I due to the eco destroying the pi.t i
of sav the !state doesn't well and taste Just catch yourself some of the way ra't. pletely i
No. 3-Insures that any person of amendments.! So far none They point cut' that Budget trout and have them cut In nomic (growth\ of Alachua of Halloween

moving to Florida will be ableto them has attracted much attention Director Wallace Hendersontold Talked to an appraiser last filets! Tlvn dp the filets In Come to think' of It. Sam's and surrounding counties," If the parents do read II' ,r.,

cast a vote for President! and or become the subject of the cabinet last month week who was trying to melted butter roll In cracker experiences! with hogs. were McAHIbter sold, letter I sincerely hope tl, it

Vice President regardless: of controversy. All of them seem that the state will have a find! out how iiiush Bindfoil crumbs and oroll While they mostly of a bad: kind. Like He also noted that the they will limit their child;en

whether the voter has completedhis fairly innocuous and we can see surplus of 30 million dollars County auiicultutnl land Is are conking, squeeze some the time he was leaning overT service could, not be provided to their own nplC\'hbol'hoolh\

residency in the state no objection to Senator :Mathews' at the end of this bicnlum woith, Told Mm that Ken- lemon Juic" on them and get : wire fence living to poura were It not for! the generosityof Bv so doing!. no one will bo

one-year by present law. advice to vote yes on all thirteen.In the largest! In the history of leally It is worth more than ready to enoy; a real fine bucket of will Into the hog Billy Mitchell. executive: left out and the personha*"-
us required the state anl that If governor a prosPf.'tIbuyer Is will meal trough and fell head first tike president! of the Gainesville Ing to buy large ,imotnus' ""f
changingthe the amendments
Authorizes addition to
No. 4 Area Chamber of Commerce -
Haydon Burns' administration ing to offer and not as muchas into It The hogs didn't seem candy and clean up the
dimensions of the State flagto there are many important state 1 could do It, so can the seller thinks it's Sum titrrt this method of and the assistance of messes!! will be left vtth amore
to mind and dived right Into
it conform more with the and county offices to be voted on Walter R Lee Jr.. managerof '
make
they and no new taxes will worth. But seriously we referred cooking! first; with scallops tolerant Halloween
state flags. next Tuesday including the Gov- the trough and head first FulUas Inc. In Gainesville "
sue of other be needed him to others around (Ito get away from eating Spirit.
No. 5 Concerns only Hills- ernor of Florida. There Is one thin to remember here who arE far better Informed fried:! food on the loud adviceof too and what a racket thatIs and a member of SBA'sState -- A Starke Citizen

borough County providing for The Republican Party is makingits when you go to the on the grounds that his stomach! and whenIt to have light close to your Advisor Council

consolidation of its governmental strongest challenge for the polls to vote-- vote for the what you don't know won't worked well he tried It on ears''

units with the City of Tampa. Governorship and for the first man whose mme 1 is on the

No. 6-Gives any county in the time since Reconstruction Days ticket, and what he stands bold step nm this pilot pio- Mrs. Monroe Klttler Ralph Taylor while Mr

State the right to require that a a GOP nominee is given an out- for. You vote for the person gram will ,ee If this i Is the n cent gouts of Mr and Davis Is In Viet Nam

person must be an attorney before side chance to make the grade. of vour choice" !::, the man you for answer Mrs. Harvoy: Williams writ Mr and Mrs Hairy Brown Lw Lwj'

he can /serve: as county judge. Although the Republican nominee's want to ten/I this state Newly el'I't'd members! of :Mr anj Mis\ J D. Wllllnms! and baby visited her sliter
the next fOllrleaps.thp man th> House! have' received In of Donildsr>.ivlle! Oa, Hubert Mr and Mrs T J. Forsyth. at
This is strictly a local option challenge is serious and by to and
proudly point
you cnn the mall an Invitation from Williams' of Atlanta. State Farm Sun-fay
amendment and must! be authorized no means to be taken lightly, we MV "There! lc. the governor House Spencer Ralph Tur- Oa. Mrs Nancy< Williams Mr and Mrs ':Monroe Kit-

for each county by a local believe that the best interest of rf? Flnr'da'! Vmi are not voting lington to attend a Freshman and Peaille Williams of Grif tier and son and Randy

Florida will be served by the elec- for someone who supports School for le/lslntois: fin. Oa Blum were vffkend guests of

bill.No.. 7--Provides for additional tion of a Democratic Governor to the cindJate! you are It will\ start the day after Mr. and :firs. Jjck Casonof :Mr and MrQ.. Raymond Kite .

county judges in counties of less work as a team with the Demo- not voting!! fi>r a friend who the Organizing Session of Ormond Bench visited :Mr In Tampa

than 250,000 and gives the Legislature cratic Legislature, and Demo- thinks one candidate 1 it the legislature and will run and Mrs. Theodore Rosier Mrs Thomas Moore and

i power to set up residence cratic Cabinet "cute" or because one can- for feveral divs; If the Sen- and Mrs Alice: Cason Sunday daughter were In Jacksonville ,

requirements for judges of the Supreme Florida is moving toward a didate shook hands!' with you ate has a large turnover on business Friday.
and well and the other didn't Florida which some observers expect.It Mr and W.-s. Marvin Dobbs Mr and Mill Lvnn McRae
Court Appeals Court which is J1j
two-party system
will need leTlershlo In the might b! wise to do the of Lakeland were weekend had as guest Sunday night
Circuit judges.! Also requires and good-but until such time us be sure von
next fourears- same thing; in that body guests of his parents Mr Mr and Mrs Call IMcCullum +
mandatory retirement for judgesat there are more Republican mem- haw a hand In plrklng that Now Ladles And Oentleme.i. and Mrs!! vTaishall Dobbs. of Gainesville

age 70 and provides a methodof bers in the Legislature and in the leaJersMD Y"u will. If you exhibit your pride in beingan Mrs, Ruj/; Yarbrough visited tonsil n"'lt'r' visited his ti t ; :

disciplining judges without the Cabinet a Republican Governor go to the poPs and vote your American by going to the her sisters Mr. anj:! Mrs. mother 11FlorIne\ Wahllu ,

necessity of an impeachment would be ineffective in imple- conviction! nxt Tuesday polls anj:!. exercising your W. E, Lewis Ir Plant City Sunday In Ja-ksonvl1le,

i menting the progress to which To The Members Of The Rlgh To Vote on election over the weekend Karen an I Franklin Grlf-

trial.No.. 9 Affects only Hills- Florida is entitled in the next Florida Lez'slature who will day. Your future and the future :Mr and Mrs!' Cecil Addison fls of Macclenny spent Fri- If ;
be elected lxt Tuesday of your children and Jr. and set: of Gainesville day night with their grandparents /
borough County permitting the four years. among the many things!' that your state depend on you. were weekend !guests of her Mr and Mrs MatlleOrlffls '

I you will have to wrestle withIn The choice is yours! parents.: Mr. end :Mrs Theo- w .Y' '
-- the 1907 sess'on' of the This Is Starr and that's dore Rosier t ;

legislature 'I" Medicare, I the news through the Capitol Mr. and Mrs Neil Thorn- Small Businesses
hone vmi wi'1 follow closely ton and famllv of Jacksonville '
\ The Bradford County Telegraph the ,,""nt pro"Tn. initiated Keyhole.RAIFORD. have moved here. We Offered Service / j::

\i in HIl'Countv' / bv the ,,,.... .. .................... welcome them By SBA Officer t

.QRID,4 Established 1879 state rqNnef./ this past Tuesriitv. Mr and Mis: Harry Brownof ;

This nilot+ program will Jacksonannounce the Starting Thursday. Oct.

f'a E.: L. MATTHEWSEditor ( finally answer the long! arrival of a son, Joseph Oct. 27 u loan officer representing

s.nv( rpt and Publisher awo'ted' one"tinn. "How 12 Mrs Brown Is the formerAlice the Small Business Ad- _
r"-h i Is tha state of Florida Bv ;\Irll. Ear) Ilobbs Faulkner daughter of ministration will visit Gainesville -
( Florida' Oldest WeeklyNewspaper 1 .....,
O C Published C'outhtuoiMly "& to hive to oav for Phone 476.2601UuuuaaauaaUUu Mr. am Mrs George( Faulkner for the purpose of interviewing -
1966 Medicare( The pilot program .
small businessmen -
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grlos :Masthead.Published r a vsr" good one, bv Mr and Mrs\ Earl Dobbs seeding: financial or Centennial Hijenks
tn. w tvi sees"" the ,nMte' of Mr\ and Mr, Mack Sweatof had a+ luncheon guest Sun- management assistance.

1 Each Thursday and Entered .. Second Flap F'orlrta' Dirkln111 AIL the< State Fa-m were weekend day Rev. E A. Mlxon. of Douglas E. McAllister SBA Oh for the gild old 1 days!. of Sturke's Crntenniiil In l't.17'!

Matter at the Pout Office, at !Starke Fla. I'penof", the program guests of Mr. and Mrs Bobby Jacksonville rnd !Mrs!' Oerald regional director of the Jacksonville In cute you've forgotten how much fun we hail and how
Under: Act of :March 3, 1879. that the rTlilents! of MedI- '
McCleUan: In Sylvanta Oa.Ernest Orlffls and daughter Regional Office says plt tty the ladle, all looked In their Centennial ftll..ry-h..r" *

)' "* In Trade Area) 1'r.. $3.30; 6 :Mo. $2.00. care are presently: paying out Addison Edward Mrs. Dorsev Davis and that scheduled visits will be a. picture to refresh your memory. The hlgh-iitepping n<-llf.

Outside Trade" Area! 1 Yr Ni; 8 Mo. '2Rti.j of their. poerthonks for extra Addlson and uncle Lonzo children of Gainesville are made to Gainesville on the are m"lcal I benefits,
Kittler of Ca 1e1la. Oa were making their home with fourth Thursday of each .
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nl t' .' Tlie Gardon Club of the With 19-0 Branford Victory'
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4Duplicate Lakes met Thursday. Oct. 27.at .

the home of Mrs. Lonnie I
Uy Mary Schaeffer bridge winners! 1
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Phone last week 1st ', command on the Bradford \
473-1127 were: place '. Dessert was!' served at 1 p. Keystone Heights moved I took :
Mrs. H. T. Dent and Mrs' :.: Into the \\innars; circle 28 and in seven -plays.'
m. from a beautifully arranged
I W. J. Groliik. 2nd place -I < table l>v the hostess and clinched a second place con capped by Moon's\ one yard

FUN FOR AJ.I. cake. Father LaRose a Mrs. Emory Cooper and Mrs co-hostcs-es., Mrs. Emily Is- ference spot and tied a, plunge. Keystone placed another

Another Halloween season I White :Mlsslonaiy! Father Ed:! Longl1ec U'. 3rd pUce on. Mrs J. Miller Wrinkle, school record In their con six points on the

Is over and the Annual PTA who has spent the last 30 Mrs. B W. Hardy and Mrs al1' Ms: F'-ed Hasan.: ference win at Branford last ,icon-board., The try for extra

Carnival \\'a'lell attended I years{ in Africa, spoke on his F. T. HORUC. 4th placp-Mis Dunn tin- business ses- Thursday nl
by all tn town despite Gator I'xpcl'lpnces. and: showed Gay LJvhiRstcn and Mrs. Ray uon. presided! over by Mrs.Strlplinn. The Indians' 19-0 win half ended -vith Keyatorte\

Growls and what not. s'ldes to Illustrate his work Stnrnes a icport was given gives them a 3-1 conference leading 13-0.

As usual r&ine: of the chil He had taken the pictures SC'IIOOI, NEWS in the workshop meeting at record and with only one Early in the 3rd quarter..

dren's costumes were unusually himself, and having won the I The two tlxth {trades the !Mandar.i, : Garden Club conference name left --New- Bran ford covered nn Indian

clever The parade confidence of the natives, tnusrht by r.I's' Cynthia Ehr- Centei on Sept. 28. Tlie duties berry r 31111 Greenville 13- nmbJe: on ti! Indian 35, but

judges Hele.i: Lawrence Jane was able to take more pictures linrdt and Mis. Joyce Reeves of comnltte: ? chairmen 01-brings this unique conference w.is unable to capitalize on

Rcdfearn. and Jimmy Fox. of tribal litcs etc., than have bee.i studying about were outlined by !Mrs, R. H. situation: A Greenville this! mistake ns- S. Biokas Intercepted

bad a hard time deciding on n professional |photo rapher ,the Olympic;: : names of Long SclincbeiuerMi win will. give them th.1:' a pass on a third

prl/e winners. They finally could. Father LaRose had also A-jo.' They held their own Albe'-t Bachmann conference championship and Ions yard:! situation
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came up with the following/ been on the Ship Hope, as Olympic Ka-nes on the foot (n't.t a brief summary of the with Keystorc the runner-up The Indians': final score
results Pr"-school He ball field. and taking third in tha 4th quarter', set
: /BTOUP: chaplain and Interpret: District 4 Garden Clubs Newbeity" \ t ame

Prettiest. Connie Triest: had pictures taken on the They participated in the msetlm' In Pc.latka on Oct place A Nawberry win, on up bv a pass from' M. Bro- ;

Most Original.:: :Mark YOUHB: 'hip as well. He speaks seven events, tlie discus shot 21. and Mr* Fremont Tolles the other, hand would make kas! to John McOrnth from I

and Ugliest, Scott Morgan. French fluently and Is abe! put frisbce. atandinx: broad' chairman of the committee the three teams co-champ- the 31 yaid line', arid endlncr

First and Second Grades: to spak several of the native lump !running! !!: broad jump I on birds conducted! a questionnaire ions.The :!3 yards closer to paydlrt on

PiPttlest. Patty Trlest: Most dialects fifty y.ird dash and one hun- ,' on the number of Indlai.s: four wins this the three. A penalty against

.original. Linda Rufflnl: art'" After this InterostliiK pro Ircd: yard dash. 1' ...,.... birds that membeis are familiar season equals their best pre Branford fchortened:I this distance I
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Ugliest.. Chase Morean !m-am a short business meeting Winners of these games .i I vious Ilea 110.1 record set in to 1'j' yards and S.
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Third and Fourth Grid \\ere: frisbe.* Wanda Pette- Brolcas asaln plunaed
was! held. :.fulde on which; to ba.e fu- 1963. At that time. Keystone I over
'Prettiest. Pam Mlzell.: TTull- On Monda.' morning. Oct.M. WRY Shot put" --Henry Stone Good Award I fure programs featuring played both varsity and BJ for the TD. A pass from Bro-

,est, Donald Iriestand: :MostOiisinal. : the! ladic-i who !staff' tho Discus Elijah Hutchinson Citizenship birds teams and one of their wins kas to H'skrtt was incom-

} the Henderson sisters White Enle}>hr.nt Thrift Shop! Glils fifty yard A feature of the afternoon was against: STtarke B squad. ptete. and the "prame ended

,? and thefr' horse. In Melrose met at the homp snn Currier. Girls daSh-RoX-1 Kejsloiie. lnlir: }'" minimi (J-xxl; ('It!1"11..1.. |( uuiml' AMIS I "pnMntcil pr twain, was the antiquing While Kj stone's offensi' with Keystone ahead 19-0.

Fifth" and Sixth Grades: nftl'lI.: Henry Sehubor on d.T-h- Barbiira Bryant Boys, last. Frhl.iy' to ilriiXK1.. Hill IVlotifor liin untiring of artificial flowers as dem- still hasn't! munaized! to comi Savage of theVpek

Proitiest Tom Lambreth: Clover Lane Follow-in 5 a 50 yaid dash Margin O' ainil iinit'lllsli "I'nlt'e to tho t'oimtiunlty. Kerelvlng" the imiirtl onotiated bv Mis. Thomas J. up to Its full potential and awards no t to John McGrathnnd

Most\ Orlirtnal, the Newman' coffee hour, i bu-tiness meetIni Neal. Boys 100 yard dash from Kotary president" \\'.
-Twins: and Unllest.: Fred':! was hel*. and plans were, tic-Dickie Clayton and LouIs slurp her h..I1I1I1"1... ." In the hospital' unit. coulil, nut utli-ml !Sh; !?: showed how to arrnnxp! made for tills: late In the I Recounted for five tackles

'Coetzman. discussed for a tible of NEW Oeol' e. Girls running!!: the 1I1t'4"tllIlC. ] flowers in various types of flea on. the Indians Jpft no| I and: eauatit thre*> passes for

It was announced on the, lifts for C'irlstmns slvlngMiny broad jump Linda Roth- containers. doubt as to their mastery' a total of 45 yards Moon
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Public Address Ssytem that : itpms! will be made bv hammer. Girls standing Twenty -five members and:! over the Buccaneers. I' made 12 tackles and carried

the winner of the Poster the members t1lpm plves. The broad jump.- Lucille Parker I darln costum0 three truests attended this Branford received thrklckoff. for 35 yards on 7 tries intercepted

Contest was (Mrs Virslnla!: date that these items will KO Boys runnim broad:! Jump NEWS NOTES The follO'Aii.a! winners were meeting- fumb'ed.: then recovered i a ass. and was on

Jordan's home room Poster on sale will be announced Frankie Sutherland. Boys; I !selected' bv the judLtt'Rlost: and the ball! wns/ placed \ I the l'ecel'ln.end: of a 20-

Contest judges; were Su Dwy- later. :MeanwMle.why. don't standins broad jump -Gary Ity llrlvu, I'.if.in Original I Little Old Lady I I. in play on the 28 yard Hue! ,I vnid pass from Homer

cr. RoRsle! Srhuber: And Jim von! drop In at the White Brumbroeh. ''Mrs.: Fern Hanson: Ugliest turned home Wednesday.Mr. \ I I In addition to the award

my Fox mb'tltutinz for rciTliant:! : ome Frldav! or The Kevtme Community I Wicked Witch I. :Mrs. Amy : and Mrs. James Chlttv intere tlnii facts then net Thomas 111\\; e>& II wlnnpis. Coach Lcs Rhodeninnled

Fern Oarber who liad to be Paturdav.;: and see all of the Church Women are holding COMMl'NirY: &: C'HL'ItC'II Ferrell, and Best< Poitrayal hn\e had a co
out of town. bargains' a Biznnr and Luncheon the Robert Willey. malinger/: of of a Woman Frank Will-\ visitln-r\ with Crlcket'i sister of h"r family tree This i is a'' T'"'rmni Hawes as plavlnsh !!

We" would like to thank all The Altar Society will' hold:I IA 17 of Nov. 'I' the Eo-tlcaUoi111t! "a hpel Plonc.'is P
of the judsei for both the Bikp Sa!" on Saturday Buildinir. Kveryonp( is in- !, Palins: Christian letlrcmentrommunity. I :Mis( J 11 ict Lunim spived: asnuest ,I I' Sullivan rf Wtlllst-in she has trace! her own .PMcestorv ,I 'pra'se for Chester Olennwlm f

parade and the posters for a mornlnit. No5., at the Post I vlted. On <;i'pav! is f.1lwy'works. w..:.s miest\ speak- pianist for itroup slimin 'came up and spent the dnv ( bick Into th fifl "en 1 cnntlnues to improeilMi

Job well done. Office startln-r! at 8 a. m, tin I C!if-! :inns deeo'-ption! (II' nt the monthlylel1': Club' and there' ( were the tra- I with the Chlttv fnmilv and hundredr.Mr .. 1j j each come

WHO WILL RE MISS KIIS? sell-out. Nef I we remind you and nionv' ntner articles Famllv! Supper on October d'.Uonril }Halloween names I on Thur di\y. the Chlttvs' re- and1'[ *. Dwluht Car ,., Coach Rhoden 'howe-

On Saturday eveing Nov to pet there early to set your I'FKSON1.S:: 2fi. About GD:) members and nnd stunts. I turned their visit. While In penter spent some! time in confklenei' after Mondaj'pricilce --

3. beautiful contestants share of the !uood things: ? Rp'cntlv'Un.z :Mr. an- < uests enjjyed: the supper The club extends! a cordial that vicinity, the men folk Cedar Keys lecentlv. wiln Kpsslon and predlct-

will vie for the title of "Miss Father Klrbv has returned! :Mrs DDCk: Tlsnn ond family and :\11'. Willey's inteiestliiKpjit Invitation to' everyone to attL'irl mArin n trln t to( Cedar Kev.s d an Indian victory a\\' alnstlic 1
their dauKhur/ :Mr. an ::1.1-:
KHS" at th'? Keystone Gym from a visit with his famllvin \ el'e her niece :Ml".s Sharon; : on >V.-: work both as the co.tre? dish luncheon I The Chni!: Pardees moved Dolph} ReddUh and children1' Crawfcrdvllle! Panther
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The contest ...:111 start at 8 Ireland and his mother Howell. of Ti'lahni'' t'h.." an aircraft c-mlneer: and his nt 12'30: on November; 10 |lout from our ar' a. but thank of Staike. Thev did not cat h I hi'--: Friday nlr ht. He said

p. m. Tickets sold:! at thp, came back with him. WPtriiet ,atfnd'.na! FPU!' tills gospel work: In foreign countries In th" Co.nmunlty Church j uoodne s, they have not !lone she has traced her own an- r'"e team I'ttlizes that thev

door will be SI.25 for adults. \ she will like our state. ter. anj her nunt. Ml s semes-I: ( educational bulldlnu.( Please fnr They recently bought a are uo against a tough opponent
joyed help 11thCl"/ "> ocrandohlldrrn -
75c for stu
preschooler! However ad- Keystone HMirhts! Rotary Mr and Mrs J H :MaGulre of ftaturc!, but lai !HP In enerey. and "Pi .'inn utensil.\ I j Mrs Jew.-l Rose cnnv "The Panthers are a tousmd !
'vance-sale ticket prices will club elected the follnw'n : and fdmilv! visited I aboundlnu in faith and I C'OMlVr.: :; ttVTSKevstone : : ) down lecen'lv to lake her Speakiiv of fishing/ who !I- I In II diversified team and d<

be $1 for adults and 70c for new officers' at their their dauZh! el'. :Mr. and Mrs "nood, works. H" projects the Rot.ait i us will boat In to her Jacksonvl'le' more expert on th? subject I e-.ervthlnu<.l. well ns evidence

etudents.' There: will also been October 21 mectln
out-of-town talent variety Hutcheson. President; Bill. Mrs, Palev Bovd spent several been his KiiU'e-'! "Boiiia In the on Friday. Nov. 4. at the her Inke plar for the winter one ? day last week and fnc' t that thPv were not ecor-fr!

show. Proceeds will no toward Dowlinar, Jr.. Vice President-: daysliitlnu with her way the Lord:: loads me." Keystone Country Club j I months nh'.id HPIfrl nds.I got one 13 pounder two 8, Chester (JlcnnOn ; "d on forsix con ecutf; the publishli of the | :Mr and Mr*. DnvH' Lowery. pounders: cio three 5 R'io'en' slid "B'lt J'
? 1967, Jim Chesslnpton! Secretary: son. :Mr. an1 :Mrs. Bill Boyd: Remodelln': some of the CO -tartiilit: at 7'::30. Fiesh spa' 'am. ;'
A total offOI.ty
pounders
Annual. ond Pat Bradley. TreA. urel'. of Panama CltM. units at the Park has alrracly food! cooked on\ thp t. will 'also of i"ksonvlllp cam" sum the i i-.t. 1'1.\ Jolinii}
!NEWS\ FROM; ST. Joseph Benson Bland Ware. Mrs E.o.f.: nobinoii spent : started, ana: last month hfeatuted.. Bill: Reynolds Jr. aown nnd f.iloved.. the week- three pounds for, six- :Moon: uit'M., '" (e.l a '11- nil '\'InnlnrThl' boys have real
bass! NJW how Is THAT foibeulniier's '
WILLIAMS; Lon Ru hto1.! and Phil Parsons a few days Inst wek with 1 Around wa! broken for the and Jim ChcssiiiRtoii arc rnd with hi"'r '| Kiv.stcn-.. in )) j-,u'>;ioien ">od spirit I'nrl.attltube. .

Mrs. Joe Wallace was hostess were elected to the friends nivl relatives In' first new modern apartments. ma kin.:: the l'ans.Amel'lcnn } | Mrs L W Nor "vortiv and luck His son' Br 11110. ,18< I Tlipv are worklnp hard arid
at the reeular I Mrs Fremont Tolles of seem to be following in hlsi T really think will takei
monthly Bonrd of Directors.Wilter Stevensonla.. The Conference prop Key- Sven pKi\s Int.r.. K vstonihaj : we
:meeting of St. William's Altar R. fSonnyl Lee of], Cirolvn Tlson rerentlvcelebi'Tted erty consists of 40 nrrcs I Pidon Post 202 tone Hein-hts- attended a famous fishing! boots. On' ;! the bail second And goal\ this one." _.

Society on Mondavmornlnir. Gainesville. Past, District : J'er' 18 bivthdav! which will include slnales! 1\111 meet tonio-ht ( Thursday! I Historical Svmno iiim In St I :Monday each took a separate : on the 3 yard line The ball I STATISTICSKIIS' >
I at 8 p m In Clay Electricconference boat and went -I
Oct 24. at her Governor of Florida Lions'' with a family :Sinner at her I and double bedroom a pa it- AuifU'tine on Saturdnv! Thev' was :alven to Stefan Iirokas !! nR
home on, Lakevlew Drive home. room for election 1 attendel soin lectures IIn'i: fishing/ Upon veturnlnx.:, First Downs 10
35-L. was [miPiit speaker at1Potnrv men ts, mobile home sitci'* who cirrled it over for the ,
of officer. All memberslilted could brn much fol'each |
:Fifteen members and avery Club on Oct 21 Lion! Mrs. ni'-K Ti on. Mrs I and the ir-tiurant: Is now had lunch nt HIP P">n"p deIPOM "- one first nmhfs, : tallv And the Yds Rush 176Yds
t I""i nttPi.i.ITTFM :!. baswell'hlnl _<
had ciuiKht
eminent sruest were Gene anoIoll's! : Pi'lvRtni'1ton Hotel 1\11'1'< TollIs" !: one : : ( Pass 71:
pre 1 LPP whosa efforts are lareslv'responsible Snpo. I open for mea Is. .S; V. OKI.I frosting wns! added bv Mickey
sent. Father La Rose. who has' for the existence" attsnded the UB<\| Starting!!: Jinunry 15. for (' i secret'>'v for B-ndfot-d! ConnM \ ODP pound each !| Brjkas' pass ti Haskctt foi,: Passes, 5-10

been with the parish' In the I of the North Florida Eye :,: !Neiuhboihood Olr! (, about two niinlhs' special ONfiKKSSFrlrnds; 's Hl.tnrlpnf I In prp-.t OroinMIK Why. fi'lilnIs I !so' Rood overi\' the extra polM. Pn'ses Intc.eeptedSte'iii 2PlInts

absence of Father Kirby, wa.!' Bank at the Medical Center. meeting In Oalnesvillp. ou'1 Chrlstinn nils-ioii'irl"s' anc' ', will btIntii fstPdto : Tolles' family have bpenFlorldl there. I understand the boys'are Neither lI'allmac'\ '" any 428PenR1tlt'

:the !guest.\ After coffee and''In Gainesville! wns accomolin'ed .II wel'k. leaders, will bo holding weekly know th\ Rev. Noinun F mi inr-"" ,>' inn venrs" even takinu! the I'at11': I IWhile" seiious thre.i't. until e.ll'lIn 30
I ', \-dsk< <>. sOI'nIaof! Mr and if von want m 1> h"Hi" ,' nneIntfrdemonlndtlon.il out fishina with I 2KHR
FumLo\ t
by Lion :Marshall( Don- i Happv Bli-tyidav to llndn |I IPrlcc. meolh"s., tlie second oui-rtcr .\ rt''ter-
KEYSTONE nlrison. Past; President' of' dJiiaTei' nf )\Tr nn-1' :Mr. Wlllcv fxlcndej: nil Invitation and :Mrs! Honrv! Fhle'I';,,> iatipndlnu them They report that oven f mined Bue'',mppr 1 stanM foreed \- 7 0 I)
:\Mrs Jimes r.. Priop. Jr J ln- the Wor'rt' ('(m- the weekend. ome Pensacola( \ BRANFORD 0 0 0 O. 0At..f
the Key-tone Heights Lions\ for tho, public to at- ( K v.tc'l1l' to rellncinlsli
DrivIn Theatre' and by Lion George Masna.'Continued fin nltpuHpi!" u hnv ride inOrnndin. toiH the SundAY pvrninv (fri"nn Kv.iti'ielism In W -stBeilui men hAd samp lurk wit'i the' ball w.I-n Stf: f.in B'okiiwa 1BI" ". :I V(1.1111(

Ia"=' week. sen Ices at 7:30: In the attraetlve t- Oeimni.y.Rev. speckled perch\ on a bail ., slioil t t>v tnc-'ie.1-' on n 4ti! PIt'_ HlC'kn'' Brnka to H.....
Fr!. Sat. On NI *. PaaeV; Mvdake and his I I culled "Countdown":: made: by' I .
-Nov. 1, :5S > AT-s Ponn'1 Atr-nchPn' of| loiiivtfrui'KCii fatnllv Ll down and :-n.-l; fiom tli 3 lre1.t. ::1.10011. T yd. run PI1.In
the makers of the popular"Repala"
Kaio'a.' Hnvnll. hns rpturnejiliomp / 'HA'/A \n recently ,returned from, \1 i! line: T:.t Tnd'in' defend! ('
I her Lima. Peru where he was as- One of (he 1111e'k'tContlnue" IK Id foieni' the B'lccaneei1i Brokas) 11yd ri.u
after t1.I'Ilt wl h I
Had Enough Poverty Plans for thr(> Communityj: '
'i"hter.' r>onm. She nt- Church Biun.ir Luncheon socinted: ns ml.sslomrv: with ( on next PHRC: !') i punt T':" Indian: then Pas!'? InrI'
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Radio Pel Pn"iftco under thpEnniplicnl Community Church Di
'pnd"ri! !h"' Pie & High Taxes /llan"e! Mi-sion: A. C. Holt mtnis.fI1'.It": !\.
Of1MBRlZZflT din" i'l Ft Ponntim. Oil. I colorful I
putters( displivcdthroiiwhout
1 of C'ri-ntro! Ifc, aiKltrs. MV- aeoi-ge Canova, oinranlst
Bill Orlner nn'l I his fumllvof I'.u-'! nrt(>a Tht'I .', .
VOTE Harold HILL : !:( \'prirupst, speakers: it Sunday School. 9:30: ( a m 1
.ricksonvlllc, were rprpnluiiP'.ts booths F": mmsd1II: dlspUiv 1 1I
I Pii'-of-Palms' : and Rrv :Mvleturned :Mornln: Worship. II a. m : KEYSTONE NEiOHTS-SILROSE
fIf of :Ills mother. Mrs in Ih' Ktfrlion Shr>
aprons p.
i A FOR CONGRESS (,1.1'' (" to ttma. while I Nursery" open both hours]
i .J/"''liii Grill"! baked pojd( < in the Pnstrv.: h',
I\lre nnrt th'co ctouvhtors' .
AgAMOUNT' PICTURE' TECMflSCOP :, P I HIP HIPIlIInllc"IY' Booth. I I Faith BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Presbyterian Church
: nnd :Mrs V V Crawlev P'lti:' r the children in school
ntt'MidP''f} a family reunion ( flower ii'Titv-iements I In the I RP\ :\tydske c'imn'pted' hi. --Ifc'v .1. R N*!lle.h mtnte -

at F'" Walton Beach Florist Shop. hnndwork nttho 1 \111' of scrvlrp and left 11m i '' !. vW. A Willarr' ornanlst I I

!la-I t week It was Bl'io n Needles pnd Pins! booth.nnd the day 1 before the p.irthlii.ike -::' t; Mrs Carl Swlslicr" Auto Sales, & Service T1EA1TTY SHOP NURSERY; ..:

.. birthday cel"bvatlon" for B ( varied: nrtldos "OIl1l"ll>u- ( 'I'' summer organist.
ted by those' Week their father, who was lip writes Hint the conferpinp -:, Sunday School. D.-U m i O.C.Carnes Nursery
78 the country and:! foreign Morning Worship) HumSunluy KEYSTONEBEAUTY
< is "th1 "or.&home-23
Breate experleiici' I Ili-wav 100. .
lands will! ,v" offerrd In t'it-' '
Mr and M"<-. V Y Craw- t Nursery open both MOTORS ,
( I'e!' ''r hud Sessions,, SPRING SHOP Miles SE of SUrke
Travelers Oift Shot>np'. Oth"rfeatures" hours,I IEpl
'lev: had dinner with friends! v\p-e ''v,,ld in the- famed Konsnsshnlle ,, Nursery Stock Thoua-
will! include! a "t.>n
In Jacksonville last: Wi'dnes- In West Berlin ronal' Complete Service Sc Parts FoiVOLKSWAGEN ,- i F.dlth .lohiison. Oxvner' ando oi Plants Sc Fruit
odds |
ends
-- room rnd af thn ;
clAY I St. Anne's Rev V. W I II I
....-; Red Birn, nnd toys in Snnta's 1 I Personal Trees, to choose from. NiceShade
:Mr and \\ro'J.. O. Dunn'si.'MPsts "TYY 'Yyy.. Worstall vicar; R. G. I I
V l11at.. Tovlancl. Plants will 1 b<' & Creative Trees Evergreens
,.. last F--idav: were their offered" for sale! bv the :Men's( \ 1 land onrajUstMorning Cope-I "If It's For A Volkswagen HairStyling I & Landscape Plants All
diPPe the 1'011.11': and Mrs. Ira Allen Club members in the Green( ''NDIAN BEACH :: Prayer and I In containers plant any
2nd We Have It. .
of StaikeEailine Thumb. I mon and 4th ln L tehte 9:30: a. :m. t I I
opnn i
E'ul'&sluellt"\ Sat- Luncheon will be si'ived (Lake Santa FeIn ) Holy Eucharist nursery and sermon Always Plenty of Good Used I Erery Form of Beauty Culture! Let us rto your landscaping.Phrann .
urdiv :
afternoon Mrs. J.
UefU/ was from 11:30: ( tr 1:30:: Thursday: 1 : 4"4-lIIIII! !
en L Pil'"> nnd !Mrs. John Ross Nov. 17. bv Mrs R. A. Gaum' I !\ J,,,i-k F. Miller. Sr.So'iy 1st and 3rd Sundays 0:30: A Volkswagens In Stock Open Tues.-Sat. 9-.'' ; '

fJJ. :Mrs Price left[ for Tarpon M. I nursery ). ChurcJSohool. PACKAGE STORE
open I
., h and her staff of rooks. Tin' .....A..A..A..A.AA.. i Green Cove Springs, %1119091AUTO ,
Closed Mon(
ill Soring* Sundny for n visit festive a'mosohcre' 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eu- lay i
of I
with relativesMr Christmns 'vlll ho fashionpJ I to have missed you chailst 8 a. m. each Sunday. Ho'ystone Ili-lght! 473-486A 1 THE BLUE PINES

hQVil1: : and' :Mrs' Eliva DPPS of under the planning offrs: folks last week but it Is like Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. M Store &

Gainesville spent Friday Bnrrv W3'm11m.frs.: R. c I this' my stepsister Mrs. Arnold each Sunday. EYe 60:; P. M. SERVICE\ I Package

vlsitine!: with his sister, :Mr' Snndcrland! : and the evcnlna :Mlddleton and: sons. Clay each Sunday. II DRAT LINE WORKUNDERWATER COCKTAIV I.OfNOE

and :Mrs. Bimvun Kl'lIy.11': circle rnemlvs nnd Johnny Mark came up Dally offices of Morning I Open 9 A.MU P. M. Except

anMrs.' : Roaer WiKliam!!: and The oronlr!' hour wll! ben from Fort Myers on Sunday; and Evening- Prayer, 8:00: AM. Sunday
The delightful reward of having a Ti-ov of \iisterl to visit with us My nephew Dance Every Saturday Night
; /growing son. Tampa a. m Thnrsdav., Nov 17FFiLowsmr I and 3:00: P. M. KING'S WEED: CUTTING
savings account here is I the happiness with their mint and uncle ci.rn C'uv is home on furlouvhpi MIL.ES: EAST OF
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it adds when you Rive your wife (or husband Kellv. Fridav. :Mr and Mrs I Most of the 42: club iw to reporting! for duty -Baptist Ural ALL Line TYPES\Vork I I KETSTOXT'ITETOnTSREAL : !"
Alumni of U of F members with the Ar.nv: In Viet Nam. .enlces Service Station
) something, they "know :you saved WlKham., and Riiests: came Worship : Sunday I 3. C. OARIINKRPhon. : ESTATE
attended the Gator Giowl costumed Hi-, was stationed in Gernvmy -:111 a. m., 7:30: p. m. [nursery II .- JW4-007I __
It regularly you'll probablysave
for. save and
you masked to the
and the footbnll (fame. | but liftS recently vol'inteered open!I. I I LAKE LOTS
more, and we'll help your savings Fellowship Club's! annual'
dental work
to do
grow faster by adding interest aol: earned Mr and ..Mrs H. D Perry's Halloween masquerade pnr- at the post in Saigon.We Sunday School. 9:15: a. mfnursery USED CARS AT Electrical!' Sales & Service Lake Geneva $:.s.V/0 (Term)
weekend relatives army open]. Training tJT *
fiuests were I 1 Lake Brooklyn *350O (Terms
tv at the :Masonic Hall last i
\ Browning cooked s'me of his favorite Ion, 6:30: m. (nursery open] BARGAIN PRICES TermatMORTOAOE
J and ltl'V. A. Thursdav nluht p. Yeoman's Electrical Trailer Lota $300 up (
: Decorntions dishes, fished some and
KEYSTONE STATE BANK of Lake Butler were In crur"; of :Mrs Elvn I bplnlto ethcr -CatholicSt BROKER
:Miss NancyVe.slev: of Scott who n-.o! donated sevcinl lut enJoyM \ Williams-Fr. Edward A Sales & Service APPRAISAL I SK.RVICEMrs. :

or., Gainesville\ spent Friday) reraml'prizes I : I On Tuesday: we all'I lted I Klrby. priest In chares :1.11'5,1. ELECTRIC Frlgrldalre Appliances .\48odDt....:
Member_ F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. nlaht and F-Uurdav visiting w -li Dewey Murrbe and his E A Lamm organist. May tag Wn-shera M. Ilgen. 473-4: 81
The 0l'l1n..1Ial": <'h of s.stiT.; Francps: Crews in Orah.tin AND ACETYLENE I Capt. R. Lovorn, 4734152S.E.McKay
with her brother sister Sl.tndaY-Mo88. 7:30: a. m Zenith and Motorola TV
am! I
"Y Hir Friendly Bank In Your Friendly : mask!!'; revcleis was li,>d bv also stopped In for a
... ..----- .- : Community." Saturday they attended the !Mrs F.thel Weyman an i iuitht x.: n, w4QVMi: ; ,' atvff.tMr: -Trkinn Monday\( Inquiry Class 7 WELDING Siegler Heaters Realtor
football ,Imp ut U ot F I :,1 Mm-1 ,. p m )Noveno; and Benediction: P. O. DOT: 186leltaM.! c: :-.:");" ,nyr.,
t>h u>naif< .il Purlttul> tlie boy if- l .
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coUNTY TELEORPfl. !STRREFLojmt= : P\OE FIFTEEN:
NOV. _3. 1968 V nn.-DFORD


Dove HuntingIn fields were p'anned' to retaliate ( Lyons was j-vaided a. )pi ue.: and dlLu 1ter. Aiuu-'te!' .J1..-
Frank had more on ;his. They week. Mrs. Johns tangled
the big turnout of Saturday for the most 01'.tiin U co.turn, I Ih'; <1 MiEmny: ,; W"ep. in
also had a good spaghetti with two large cat fish on 1- TO COLORED
KEYSTONE INTEREST Public Fields
NEWS OF hunters to the fields I and Buddy D:>al won tom Hit. Lake Butler Saturday night
dinner befoie the candles on two separate fishing trips
COUNTY constituting the greater tackiest coitume Games aurl :Mr and Mrs. T N. Nor-
!
V HILJTES the cakes were lighted. Party and this In Itself is a rarity I I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD Cut To One Day and Mrs.
I' acreage and also to give a marshmallow roast wa man and son
guests Included] Mrs. Nooney; for Santa Fe Lake.
Ken, Jimmy Nira. Billy. We are happy to report 1- j") ,,11:1'1:1:: :i in the north- sportsmen having to work enjoyed by young( and old Rudolph Sapp and son were
i V )'i 1 -. three public weekends the chance to !get Refreshments were served a' visiting Mr and :Mrs B J.
Sara and MImi
Katharine some banging
: and some serv-
From Preceding': Page] I r- : 11 : s n been changed In some Friday dove shootIng the close ,f the evening. Es / Nooney; Mrs. Betty Chapman ice trucks coming and going
wood's Jewelers In Jacksonville ; Claudia, Dyan and over to the future home of ''I i, 'oj i (dm, s per week to Sh30tlni: hours are 12 Mrs. Do.:is Mlddleton and ;:iv afternoon

was guest speaker at the Cassy Chapman; Mr. and our new neighbors. the Ernest I gjI i i p'.k' due to the I noon to sunset. Dally bag I son. Clay .)f Ft. :Myers weivvisiting We are tila'i' to knrmthat ableto
limit Is 12. :Mrs' Rubvo nickons: waq
Rotary Club. His subject Mrs. James Trlest and John Revels. They have been ...1>I birds In ( her father. J. M .

":lt's Hard to Cheat an Honest and Joey Trlett. down In Plant: City visiting I V i:. i ,t u( coidmit( to :\Ia-I When doves begin to concentrate Dyer, last weekend. be at church Sunday.Mr. NPW-
:\fu. Charles
Man." Mr. Underwood is Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slmeral with their ..on. Mr and Mrs 'I "' ''V H' intley. in the public field Among those who attendee1 and of Gilnesville -

I Treasurer of the Retail Jewelers celebrated their 17th wedding E.: W. Revels and children. I I '"V :loi the Game & areas, two hunting days per the Homecoming Parade In mans and children Sun-

of America and was a anniversary Saturday believe they did some sitting'' Wall t i r Fish Commls- week will again be possible. Gainesville Friday" were Re;. attended rhuroh attests

director of that organization evening as dinner guests of with the grandchildren so concluded Major Brantly.Bayless and Mis. D.VIf'tedell'as: and day and were dinner

for several years. He often Mr. and Mrs. Victor Belsanoof the younger Revels could getaway PIP' niimoir of doves ml- children. :l.l.'s R B. Crosby of his parent::. :Mr and Mrs.

appears on Television to dls- Gainesville Dinner was at for a fe'days.. II latin\ \ ; into the northeast .VVVVVVVYVVVYVVyvyyyVI and children. :Miss Sue Cros T/il\ Newman:

CUllS Jewajry and precious the Moose Lodge in Gainesville Nick and Virginia Simonsof n,inn I hi-: season U above.n.iaue by. Denis and Dennis' Rich- We are very w'.ad: to know

stones. after which they returned Gainesville and "the ', (romnr.red. to the 64 Hiway ardson. Mr and :Mrs:' O. E hat: Ruddv s.' !h 'oin-j-

Qur local druggist, Bill < to the Belsano home Point" are porud new grand-I 'I UK!1i5\! seas ins, but due to Crosby. Mrs. J. L. Johns, and the Armed
fine. He IB in
Belpte, was..". ... >resented an for, a surprise party for the parents this past week.' ''IPIXV 1( \ huntln' pressure the Miss Annette Padf'ttVe!!

award [In absentia 1 for out- Slmerals. Guests at the party Daughter Laura Frances, bIrds are \\idply\ protected. By Mr*. O. E. Crotby4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 were very proud: of our Br.id- Foiros in Viet! Nam

standing fna:! ', nseJflsh service Included Mr. and Mrs. Robert I Mrs. Bill! Siieppardl' ] presented -I Bv shootin c the fields one foid High Sfpool Band. They Quite a large crowd enJoyed -

to his COIN1)) nlty. Although McCllnctock Sr. of Orlando them with a 6 pound I aa wepk. hunters have the I were very good. the Fall:! Round-up at

no linger .4 memberof Mr. and Mrs;>Al Bry- 6 ounce girl on' Tuesday. The' poitunlty; J of? finding a lar-. The W. M. U sponsored! a,j Mr and Mis. Eldon Snpp I Pine; Level Church Sunday.

,. the Rotary, BUt "l1ves as ant, .and Albert Slmlone all baby Is fine, the Mom Is o. k, "i''r ron l'f'olation: of birds: In Halloween Carnival at the! spent the w 'ekencl In Ta'nir) Looker! Ilk" old times to see

any good Rotarian should of Gainesville. and Orandimp:! is Improving :ir'i' of the public dove hunt Church Saturday night'( ; isitlni' fri'-ii\' uncle an1' nunrMr .
live." vOn thf mm on: horses riding; to
\ T:: I The Kerstone'omen's; every day! 'V TeasSir I Everyone wat dressed In ap V \ and Mi-\. Home: :T-II iiii\'

Saturday eVening Oct. Golf Assn. held Its annual Well now that Halloweenhas ,::: \ Jiui.a f'p1located!I propriate costumes Phylll' :, Mi\ and "M Lovd; P.ir. !" -f church

the Ke>stone'Rotarlans! Grandmothers and Granddaughters come and gone. It Is time' in ('la\, County: near Key-I _, ,
--V V r.a-
I
in the P1' Carnival to concentrate on Christmas -
tournament on s'onHfi"hts will be open

operated the soft, drinks Thursday, Oct. 27. Louise Jack cooked some hamburs-: i I (OHI'i' Sa.ul'day. The field. .

\9. on tl1er -"MIdway. Gallop) won the Grandmother ers at the carnivals In both I ion-1-tiiiK) of 300 acres. S S o- 0 fr 4 'r, i ,1 5)
'
() %1.Y 360 D\YS \ trophy. Erma R.ushton norahome and Kyston,-, ''i,,uld provide Rood hunting

LL TRICKOIlTREATUnfoitunately. Heights. Al'er putting out .. .
won the Granddaughters > a 'ticat number of sports-

V \ Halloween' I trophy and Jan Batts won about 135 Ib'!. of ground beef i4t m 11vlthout" presenting

fl5a5 on Mohrtay this year!' the Step-Grandmother trophy in patty forms you can Just i1tr i I" nnrled r-onditions. The J

'b'o. J"kys' after the PTA Hal- I' .Mittle Haynes won low bet I will NOT be allowed to _----.-.- ---------_._ 'flulkey: [field locates:! in

l tn Carnival. So thai ob- net. serve any time in the near Suuannee County, consisting
L JACKSON-CUMMINGS; ; notice. Be first to repi-te':
'
4'151v I
: 1 presented a' problsmTrlck6rTreat: I MI'S. Ray Tanzler and son future. So while the weather who! 1 .,f 200 acres, will also be I.
girl h I'
ci: ..Is Is cooperatl! by Retting Glory Eilth:! CummliiRS. Any boy or The fa2I
Saturday.
nIgIF! Michael, were weekend guestsof daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.I not Joined the Teen Time 011"1el'h"
'I cold, let us turn thoughts _
our
Last week we said: Whltcdiouse! dove field ,In Du-
Mr.
and Mrs. Bill ,
thate Owmmings of 703 Florida Club may do so by (n>:itact-
",ad discussed and work to mkfn'Th.rcChristmas of lie()
the consists
matf.et. I On Friday Mrs.\ fumera.1 Street and Jchnny ..Tni'roi. I ing :Mr. Jackson at tin- C'n- \n\\ County
gifts its
1\n\ PriOO1pa1JO&eph: I her guests now ones and will be open to
of Mrs. Lillie Jackson, ter. -
BensOfl M r the Keystone sooner than you think! son hunting each Friday. Tlifield's
I Homecoming parade and united 1.x marriage at ;o the
Sepoi! 4 were Friday Nov. 4, will be
attractloiis
'a decided' to ad- Gator main food
'\Ise .tJl. \\a11\l I Growl in Gainesville Funeral Service p. m. on October 9, in the last day to legister for the _
and corn
youngsters-to I and on Saturday. the Slmer' I; browntop millet
go begginc On New Bethel Baptist ..Chmch.Rev basketball team. Plea-i-" do
Monday ven- als their planted by the CommissionOpen
anj guests attended
Held
-
::1Qg. Friday A. Vlnson performed
rt
1 the not be left out. I
Carnival threi
the
the Homecoming In days on
[wh1cl1 alrai v had..t Pete with'arOI'Owtc9UI.Q The churrli altar was dec Greater Allen Chapel AME::' _
Secretary of the local club. I _____ _
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remain 'the' orated with two standing arrangements lOa bul I
School.
j l1' attracti n of Cooper. 48, of Church Sunday 'Pack for our little boys
tle even1n. 'ver. durlcg"should \ l On October! 28. Herbert F. Starke, died Wednesday. Oct of white glads. m. MOrning SenUc( Love each attempt; was a failureIt I OPPOSE ALL TAX INCREASES

j !:! ._ even nIf.; :' _! V ch11deiwvr Underwood owner of Under- I 26, after an extended Illness. mums. and pompoms, againsta Feast. 11 a. m, Evi-nlnn is urgent that you be pre'; Including A Severance Tax On Minerals and Timber.

BaVUlec1 UUlt tmey He was bo.Ti in Tail.. Fla. background of palms and Service Communion. 6pm. heiit-especially! the men. a

I go TrSleft!: t Treating the son of the late Henry candelabra with lighted The pastor. Rev. Sampson. we need men to set the Cub s (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

after the Carnival Wen..11.n ,INDIAN BEACH and Celia Crosby Cooper. ta pei-s. will leave ThursdAY. No15. up.

the Interestof. ;...':!orar :) Surviving are three broth- Mrs Willie Mae Randolph, for annual conference in ._ _
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that would organist, played the wedding =_=- ___
!fJve }ton_ ers L. H. Cooper of Plant Jacksonville. I --- -- - === -
day! night to stl\dyo: "' 7: City Howard Cooper of marches: and accompaniedthe Sunday, Nov. 13. will be' W= a-
'wi\at, (From preceding )
r"; page
of the poor -motbJtt.-t'qo I Starke and Richard Cooperof soloists Miss Cynthia I observed as Recognition! nv
I IFtenuty
wprked at he CarrSw' :, ali:! tipped the !scales! just a little Miami; and one sister Sherman and Miss Brenda for Rev. Sampson. The AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

wanted to
Many had not provide t r
that evenlnr. also.can A&it+ya .tjhry have been busy In these I Funeral services were held father the fcrlde wore a light teacher at RJE. The 3 p. m. _

be two places .t.f!>'f 'a lately] stopped Jack4i at 10 a. m. Friday! In the blue formal gown of silk peau speaker will I bp Miss Frances OHire Kqiiiprnen

tlme, ? Many people rosVi > I on his way home for First Christian Church with de sole with two small bowsat 1 Jenkins. 3r.1 1l.Ildr.Wir\ ci to"I Air Conditioning-Heating Academy ..ADIESVEAR I

home after the announVy. ,I on Monday to show Rev. Charles Reese minister the waist' A large bow in RJE. XJlrlfm( "
\
ment. Of course this Is 'JI juti; 63 inch rattlesnake he officiating. Interment was in back accentuated the V' f rojjj -Church of God in Chi 1st-: \ RUSS PIKER POWELL'S C her OfficeEQUII'MENT

I a tempe" t-in-a-teapot sort,:bi '12dst killed.: It had eleven the family plot itt Santa Fe which a Jl9fliJ: 5carrled: atrflttb"Pravcr Sunday School. 10 a. m. with Authorized Alrtemp Beauty Academy r y' a Hancock

thing. and we. personally, dO<3, under \ Book with Conditioning Gainesville's Most Fashionable
"'tt1gg and a button, so let Cemetery dlrectl .a..Q' Deacon Tom Hall anl: Bio. Heating & Air
not care except that be.' ta.tve to remind you all. DeWitt C. Jo*- "*" white feathered carnations.Her Dewey Taylor In charge SHEET METAL Learn a Profmsloa In Your Address For Ladles :

tween answering the telephone -: t.tka; Jo Stran J bery, \wjy'? HqfcaTuSearers\ were Henry shoulder! length veil was MornIng service. 11:15.: and\ IU..Idenlal Commercial Spare Time. Full or Part Time DUESSES': -COATS

door and answering the! ,.:'ve'frnT'"uP-; Tomlinson Ossle Wynn Sam held by a rhinestone' tiara I PTWW" at 0 p. m. The Lord's -Industrial DAY &: EVENING CLASSESLow .!! SmIhCorOnaAUthOriZdDealer:

we have accomplished .staying in Ormond Martin, Ethan En pp. Ken- Miss Sonta Constanett- Supper will be taken duilncj' Salefl-Installation-Service Tuition Terms MATERNITY WCRACCESSORUS
very little
when ;on this Halloween her daughter.: neth Fuqua and Sccbcr Williams was maid of honor. the evening worship at 7:15.: 2702 N.E. 19th Dr. 219 N.W. 10th Ave. :
this
Ibpinit written.. fr, 'and.4Vrs. Sam Butler. JI'\\ Goodman. wearing a light' pink crept The public It invited to wor Gainesville 372-0714 CUry-Victor Totall
Yes. you !messed it 'n. 1 famflv.. while goun with veil of matching shipwith us.-Sis. Theressa GaLneavllle! 3')82766ChAIN 7 W University, Galnaavill,e Addan Machlneti Calculator
she
and
came in pairs in ra was .'
In droves both trIo.s s.euidayi. : recirper.U.ir from.a recent :Peace Corps Test material. She carried a nosegay West assistant reporter. SAWS .
blue
of carnations. Other
I SCHOOL NEWS MOBILE\ HOMES SERVICERENTALS
nteht and Mondif I V&P1*' P'course 'I illness. {Ehf! Butlers broughther Set For Nov. 12 attendants were Misses PTA meeting wa held AUTO SALE3ASEUV1CE .' SALES -
wedLisee : > > o home'n Saturday and
: we Elaine Pinion. Miry Mc- SAVE TI.:\'K Discuss. your
&>* are In Wedncsdiy night Nov. 2. at A. & J. Saw
thpm. hecajr" ? V rtayed on t help with a few GainesvilleStarke
BrIde. and Jackqulvn Mar- JEEP MUSTANGMobile n'u'u'wt'nlt' : with us first.
7:30 In Die cafetorium
.d and sb polite of the > :
always er/r tt / { choi q and visit with
-b"' because. we didn't ex-, Charles Str Adberg and his I ar"a residents interested shall. They wore mist gi' 'en. The present report card wasexr Family of 4 Wheel Drlv & Mower Co. Homes Inc.

r*.ty! expect them. we were I family when they came down' In putting their with veils to match and CArried ,>la'ned to the parents. RAMBLERAmerica's Joe Anderson, Mgr. 523 N Main St. Galne.s\lll

afraid our candy supply I from Jacksonville on Sunday. I skills to use in developing! nosegays of pink carna- Many activities were Gainesville's Dlicuunt 1..hilE. <' l-hone 3765331t'AIM' :)J

woulj run out Mr.\ and :'.fn.\M. J. Johns I nations around the world are tions. planned for the betterment Finest Economy Car nomellte Chain Saw Hume Sale' Lot
V THERE Peace1 I Marie A. Jackson AndClorla l of the stu4erts Watch the HALES AND SERVICE SALES & SERV1CB
HERE and son, Herman spent this Invited to take the servedas Volume purchas. for our entire -
Carlen Pierce
There ua: a big birthday' past week at the trailer on Corps placement test at 0 a. paper for other announcements Repairs & Parts All Makes chain guarantees saving
flower ail M. & GLASS
party at the home of Mr. vacation. M' John* and Her- m. on Saturday November 12, Ridgway Motor Co. GRAVELY, TRACTOR of many hundreds of dollarson
Jesse< McLeod was beRt
and :Mrs:' Frank Nooney on man are bMh embloyees of at Room 131, Federal Building Adult class are in progres SALES" SERVICE the Duality home of your

Thursday. Oct. 20. Frank) St Regis Paper CO.?\\In Jack. 351 S. E. First Ave., man and:! ushers were Alfl'l'dHodRe. at different area1 In the 1132 S. Main r-holce.
Richard Chandler. Adult invited torestlsler 2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville
county. are
and his neighbor. Dan ChapIman. | sonville. The/ came down to> Gainesville.! 1820 N.W. 13th St. 411 North
Joined forces to cele- ''et away from it all'' and to The Peace Corps uses the and Willie James Randolph. I In IIT center of your Gainesville T7J-843J Phone 372-3388: Galne'4vIIlt.. 3781318Streit's I Liddell Paint &
Charles Jackson Jr. was the choice. Classes are held two Just Off Waldo Road
brate because they were both 1born. | enjoy some fishing: and UMM placement teft to determinehow :

.on Oct. 20. Danl had a they did! They got over 43 applicant can best be ring bearer. nights a we-*<<. Sewing classes B & G Motors Co.CADILLICOLDSMOBILE. \,Iotnrevcte.-Seooter'\ !: t Glass Co.
the CONCRETE PltOOUC'ISINSIST
Following ceremony. a :
hp'd at
cake with six candles andl! speckled! perch! during theAWTS utilized overseas. The testml'Q.'Iures are Pleasant :
reception was heW at he,. building and .
Grove the TJSO KYANI/E: PAINTS
... L -- general aptitude home of the bride. Mrs. Mar- RJE High School. SALES & SERVICEFine THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop
and the ability to learn a I
caret DeSue kept the bride's All Interested in Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE PKOUUCTS HONDA MOTORCYCLES

language, not education orj! book. and Mrs. Meta Harmon realsrprlnflc.persons csll the USO Taken On Cadillac Trades ARE THE BEST FROM Cushm.in & Vrspn Srnitrm. GI..q.lIrrorI1Unr: Door-

i iI-achievement ja. limited.[If test Aanzuaae-scoresindicate Miss Lule ,Jqcirson 'and11'ss.Ct1TT'rtIn"wtmIrrnI builc'lnv or RJE High. School. V 20W! N-W.: l3tbIi._,. _.441. I .Edward's BuildingSupply Du""IIS.Zundapp" I Tub Fiiclosures-Shower DentS

: assisted fV Information PHONE S76-7515 Motorcycles-Sales & Ser\Ice -\VltulowsAwninjfCarpetIVallpaperStwrpfront! -
learning ability for. example. Inc.
in serving. cm urn NEWS: "
iI '
I the Peace Corps tries to place SCHWINN BICYCI.ESLocksmith
The bride Is a 1963 uradun'p Mt. Moilah Methodist II COlUlultation.t .
the applicant In an English- 726 S. Main-372-4844 & Safe Work
0' R.JE Hlarh School Chinch. Rev H P. Hudson
I 1 Pinna PerformanceS .
speaking: country 1 The place- 818 W UtliviTsitv Ave
pnrt oTB"uatrd: In 19R4 from pastor Chuirli School at 10 t
OAINFHVTLL.B FLA 116 N.W Sixteenth St
I ment test squires no preparation A A BSALES Oiincsvllli3767781:
and is noncompetitivean vccc. DnwTiBfTTr sin a" .m MYF MPetini at 5 p. GAINESVILLE 372'8101TII.ES

neither I is now employed: 1: in Starke. m."' wit".U.!\ Carolyn TaylorIn ELECTRIC MOTORS MOTOIU'YCLKS, .
appllci.it: can
AKD !SKRVICK' :
% TERMITES pass nor fall | Mr Jack.," U o gradual- clnr'e.
I On Th'-'f-..av nldht thff ELECTRIC TI I.ECYCLE ;
The app'lcbtlon' form not of RJE and \\t' director! of the CLEAN USED CARS
p."" Rec' atlon Depart-,I will be choir, lertenrsnl/ with. SHOP & .PAINT
It payS to be sure! Tffmltei! ciuse million ef dollars of the placement test. I It the I ment. |I >""".''? Frpnkl"' Jack.on In I 1031 S. Main Gainesville Motor Repair Co.Of .

&mage to structures annually. A thorough knp.<.'< n by a most Important fac'ar! m the charnrp All rnolr, members Onrln",nvllle, Inc. NORTON mllr.\( ()
The couple resides at 820rnnn"
mined expert Is often neeetiary to dlieover their (.nsengsbagawa. selection of Volunteers. Per- are asked! :i'i lense be prosrn Phone ,,.-2136I DUCAT SRi(1)GE8TONs';
by nature the termite works, In Mclusit.% S'reat.IIFCRETION RepalrLngIbwtndlna I FLI.NTKOTE TI1JEij :
Int.... tcd In serving in anj:! on time.
ons : : NEWS!
1' VRU $UWICTION AND UTCMAT0 I The Usher Board heldtheir New and Used M (a 1 J H C Y C L .K: S '
tht Peace Corps must fill out Practice for Recreation \ | |-Vlnjl I Aroqf be to II

an application If they have basketball teams will begin first anniversary I Tropical Pontiac, WORK GUARANTEED; (V nipli-te. !Service' & .Part.
night also Product
last Thursday' : Floor Flushing:
LOIUDAIt Saturday at 9 a. m. in the Inc. New & Used machines in stock
not already done so, and present Various choirs appeared on 1030 8. Main Galnevllle
gym. All boys interested will Easy Financing Term Ont.LI'fII'AL'iT: -
it to the tester before the program. Phone 312-8318
please wear tennis shoes and TRUCK GMC CENTERPONTIAC Available
It
taking the test. Applicationsmay shorts. Boys will be The public 1 I. Invited to GYM: FINISH
gym entoy the Spiritual Feast.- FARF.QIJIPMF.NT: 321 N.W. 8th Ate.
local
be obtained from
picked from the squad to
ONTRO" Miss Frankle: L. Jackson, report Gainesville
220 NW. 8th Ave. Gainesville 378-3660
PHONE 1 post offices or from the Peace represent Reno Recreation T. 372-2583 Tenney Tile & Paint

964-3963 J MICAI.COMIWIf Corps WB5hlr. ton. D. C. 205- I Center. Pleasant Grove Methodist\ Santa Fe Tractor, MOVERS.

25. i There will be Intramural Church. Rev. H. P. Hudson.! CRANELINCOLNMERCI7RY Inc. 2222 N.W. 6th 8t.Oalne.svUle .

The placement test takes basketball teams for boys njstor Duel Dav will be held I Long Distance Moving 378-1302
and lrls. The date will be
27. The : .
November Local
prOiI'Bmwill FORD Drayage
half.
about and hour and a
-J i posted later. Watch paper for be the Women vs the' Authorized Sale Service Storage Packing Crating

Men and he Youth vs the :we\ HJ. University OalJlNVtl1t Farm Tractor A Implement
:-'\ ." > 'I It" and Men. Phone 372-4291 Ford Industrial Machinery Shipping
Women TRAVEL
'
: : : -. : : :'
rNALENoGHYOnREPuBUCAN; J.r' Chairmen for the affairare Crane's ImportsVolvo LANDROVER 4 Wheel Drive FREE ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S
Mrs. Mamie: Tyson and
.
'I' (Mercedes-Benz) SALES, PARTS, SERVICE '
'
MOVING
: ; Mrs. Gloria Mack for th

i ..: ./ ...", <-\ .- women. Cbnlrman for the' FIATHILLMANJ20J 488 N.W. Sixth GalnemrUl & House of Travel
,
Inc.
-
Storage
-M: (11)' rwen Is :Mon' Covlnsrton / N. Main Gainesville ,

: I r" ::1- ;t't Ohilrmen for! the vo'ith.I' Phone 372-4373 Phone 376-2S48: 3.110: N.E. Wnliln. RdGainesville I INC
I
Miss Mary Dell and Mrs.
\ ".. I{ I 372-4271
.. I Erv'ean Ha7an.' GARDEN: SUPPLIES
,
;
Ie T"'I.. There will be a Halloween" I I iITTOSAJXCEPaul's : MUSIC AIRLINES!

"A'T': -.. .S' Carnival at the Old Witer
I Johnson & Paris Inc.
5 '
!
......e.O In STEAMSHIP:
Oak School Pleasant I LIPHAM MUSICCo.
R.t!
... Auto SalvageWe R
; r "ove ectl 'n T'rre' will b'all Un of.EEDS
Complete
f t .. .I _. !sorts Oi !'"idle8 on sale. Buy Wrecked Cars At Inc.,
\ dancing I -PLAVT8FERTILIZERS- Hotel' Car Bentarl!
W- and much ar l fun.
t" ,: : -Miss Joe Ann Tyson' re- TOP PRICESAll lDtl..ldPe&. Supp'e. VAL LTPHAM
Weekdays 8:30: to 6:09SAt. :
porter. Makes & Model : PIANOS[ ono\vs-i KiMs:

Cl'B ,SCOTT NOTICE" Used Parts 'We Rent Pwtlllzer Spreader Guitars and Aml"lInerBHEF.T !9 to 12.

I ? ; T22NILLTO Parents of bovs. are 8-10 Teletype Service-We Will 224 NW 8th AveUON'E MUSIC

: Congress w''r', asked te meet at New Find Any Part For You 3415 W. University! An'.
? !: I72-047
378-4S12 Galiumvllle Shopping Outr
Bethel BfiptNt Church at Bp Gainesville Gainesville 3781601TIIURSDAY
Yard n.1n.-111. PU 372-1:1\3: : !
: m. I.tondJ" night. Oct. 31 441 N. Put Stock

i Political A been made to organize! a. Cub: -; :- -::: -- --- -.0-=-'" ---_.: =-
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PACK. SIXTEEN imAnFoitn! oot1NTY TKLttnBAMi: HTARKW FLORIDA: THURSDAY. NOV. 3. 1l6Itar..y..n..v.


... come to it :it the church. Monday night from 7 till 9. area and the smoke and grit days. Hope to see her buck cherries, 1 lb. pineapple 1 Iain and their dl..poHul. shall bit Opera tlunH- ti. 1. |:Vi... ATTENTION PARENTS! to cut out and sew gowns for 'and grime really make a in church soon. jar citrus, 1 lb. white. raisins, In keeping with the xlvtlnw I (I.IU.IIUUP la needed, It may bo obtained'
city requirement No 1>. $ )( by contacting' tile office-Ujl -
Mtorawof f25i '
THERESSABy Please encourage your childto the Mission. Mrs. Midge mess on those: nice wash- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hersey 2 cans coconut lIb'. walnuts, mntorlala' shall be permitted Contractual. l.lfibllllvli : l 12)1)
attend each Monday and Dodd:! was In charge Tendollars day things. She hangs her were in Lake Butler on business 1 Ib. brazil ruts. 2 qts. pecans on the job site. Any material 1, $1(>(HOU$1IOIIIIOP ) ( II. The Board r""l'Valt the
bring his Bible. New Life BIble was donated by the clothes up and then: they get recently and then went 1 Ib. butter 10 eggs 4 sold. on the alto muat be lomoved D. U ..oaoT. right to reject any or all bldn..
Becky Newhamu.uuu..u.u..u. Immediately.. Bile smell:1 IK Mealed and THOMAS .. CASUr J K.
Club Is conducted by ladles of the church last going the road for the
on on to Jacksonville for the cups sugar 8 cups flour 1'i' marked "Did Removing SuperintendentIOJ7 .
4Th.* : on
aiirreHHfu "
A Misses Bc'l l & Thompson, Sunday. That was more than day. out pours all this black weekend. They visited Mrs. cups milk, 1 So cups pineapple autliorlxntlon' / bidder fur rom tunexpert School Building-! I, :H 11110/)
workers with the Children's enough for the material i smoke and she runs and gets Hersey's daughter< Beatrice, juice 1 tablespoon vanilla menclnir wor.c: the same day a>
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Mission! Phone 473- wttilch+ was 759. Including her clothes off the line at Riverside Hospital where I the l>ld opening aforemcntlonodB .

The New Life Bible Club 4782 A limited amount of the thread and binding. Sometimes before they are she was a patient Also Na- Cut all fruits and nuts in be .required The .uc'ellNt..1 I' provide bidder'' a Hlutll 46001" (> I Iperformante

began Monday. Oct. 31, at transportation will be proVided Those attending worked hard dry. We know what you than Varnes who was a pa- small pieces In a pan ,together bond. or. ..n.hl.'..'. '' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
tfcjQ church for an hour after for those not living and 14 gown were cut and mean. Mildred, and we feel tient at Riverside. They I ,, leaving some whole to cheek tr+ianur. ..rw c.hei.k or. i

school. All children grades more than two miles from part of them sewed:! with the for you. spent the night with Mrs. decorate the top of the cake draft bank of No ally bid liond nntlonnl IM belnK or Htato 1'>''- I'''I STARKE-PHONE 964-2600
:Iw 0 are invited. You can earn the church. Your help will I ladles taking the rest of Mr. and Mrc. Joe Frith and i Hersey's son-in-law and Work the flour together With tjulrvd but the board shall expert "
a tree weep at camp, plus be appreciated. THANK i them home to finish. Ladies daughter. Diane of Jacksonville daughter Mr. and:!, Mrs. Leon the fri Ita. blddvr to Hhow good faith KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176

other valuable awards. YOU, present were Mrs. Midge recently: attended the I Tomllnson. On Sunday Bea- !Melt the butter In a pan In 6.fiilfllllruf The fluet'eHnful their. bidder proposals shall I
: On Tuesday' afternoonsthe The Ladle of the church : Dodd Mrs. Florle Davis Mrs wedding of his nephew, Sid trice went home from River and let cool. Add sugar, vanilla how evidence, that he andorhla .
club will be held at the met at the Community Auby:/ Herscy Mrs. Ruth' ney Orlflls. to Barbara side. She Is reported doing and eggs together company lit. properly Insured I Rental Services

:borne of Midge Dodd in Keyatone House with sewing machines. i Oritfls. Mr. Inez Lawrence I Bradley. fine. They visited Mr. and creaming as :you go. Add the Innr .aarincy by an In 11urptable tin, r..II"11I1I"IIIBUI' I
for those who cannot I needles scissors and thread! Mrs. Joyce Payne. Mrs. MarI Mrs. Joseph Zelgler of Mrs. Bud Wynn on Hampton milk and juice a little at a manner" : HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS

I I Panlchivm' Mrs. Carlle Gainesville was visiting in Lake and had dinner on time with parts of this mix- A. Workman. ompenHatlon I CRUTCHES
: Ti.test.andi Mrs. :BleasdaleRev the community recently Tuesday after their visit; In ture and parts of the fruits B "ontraitor'H Liability : :,
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Merle Packham came Mr. and Mrs. John P. Cu- Jacksonville.Mrs. and flour mixture. .Mix together -

L. P. 'Pete' GIBSONSenator I by. and last but not least the endet have. just started construction Clyde Hersey received until all is even.
ladles want to thank J. D. work on their new ,, word:! this week that Warren Pour in fruit cake pans or ,
Orlffls for Retting the lights home on White Sand Lake. Ehod. superintendent of loaf pans that have been
going The gowns are for Mrs. Gloria Triest has returned Westerly Heights Baptist greased:! and floured. Makes SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ( ft flORIDA
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for the Sixth T ; Trinity Rescue Mission in I home after a few Church In Johnson City. two !5-pound cakes >l'i .

s Jacksonville Brother Chet i days In Bradford County Tenn., passed away. Mrs. .'* /;

THANKS AGAIN + Wampler Is Superintendent of Hospital. Hersey attended church THE RIGHT POINT for the '.
the Mission. Eddie Dlckson of Bedford there before coming here. way you write. Come In and a. .t)
Your Vote Will Be INTERMEDIATE: PARTY .1 Lake recently 'Joined the Cub Mr. and !Mrs. Dennie De- Select your favorite ESTER-! .

There will be a party each Scouts in Keystone.: He will Witt were in Green Cove BROOK fountain pen. TELE .; ....J J
Appreciated Saturday night for the Intermediate be in Den 4. and was invitedto Springs last Saturday taking GRAPH.
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Class. starting at attend the Halloween their little -\ J. '
I' son Britt to the a
Tuesday, November 8 7:15: at the Community I Party at Camp Immokaleefor dentist. (.l l.l. FOil nlU"l !f'-
House with Miss Romesa the pack Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Trlest Sealed bids will' I.! .. received

Paid Political Adv. by Campaign.Treas. Democrat: Dodd in charge. There will Chuck Dickson recently and children were In Key In Hirer.the. Florida'ofrire' nt State FMmlneBs'Prison:Man- ReElect0

be games enj refreshments. celebrated his fifth birthday stone for the parade Satur- to and not later than 2:01): p.m.. up. f
A Church may meet the with a party with his little day night and the Halloween I lo Nnvi>mbi' 'r i i'me' for 200) tons,
personal needs of its Young kindergarten friends at; Mrs.' carnival The children all more ,or IOHH junk and wrap 1

: STARKE NURSING HOME808'S. I'I People by helping them real- Heskett's Kindergarten In took prizes. Patty for 1st and .metal prmnlw Junk. may, r /Florida he Innpecteilat ', state DON ..' I.

ize their needs and directing Keystone.Mr. 2nd. Grade as being the PrlMon :Mondat through Friday, FUQUAt.
Mrs. goo: 8111. to 4:01): i, m. nidi
them to spiritual resources. and John P. Cu- prettiest She was dressed to
COLLEY ROAD I up be where '''III. 'Ix itlds to he t.
I Come out and worship endet had weekend guests I as a bride. Connie for preschool form Hwurpd from, TliiHlnexx on Your Congressman

Phone 969-4271 Starke, Fla. Sunday with us. I'm sure it from Center Texas. Mr. and She was also the Manager. Florida! state" Prlxon. ; .
will warm your hearts and Mrs. Clearon Daw They recently prettiest dressed up as a P. O. Box 221 Ralford Florida .. .
I bless your soul. We have 140 returned from Aden Colonial girl Donnie .
for
the
I'e halve complete nursing service for adults of nn lnPOi115 (0 i"\rv no inn .
II III
I enrolled and 111 were present Arabia where they were on 3rd. and 4th grade dressedas OJ.' l'r'III.I "\"" ''IU'"I'lOS
all ape.I last Sunday. assignment The Cuendets a Martian\ : he was the I*. O Drawei, 'no) Stark., Florida'
I I Sunday School 10 a. m. entertained:! their guests witha ugliest. Mrs. Trlest made the O'tolt.r 24. 10)8()
The
:Z. We have K.Jf.:. and L.P.N's on duty 24 hours Morning Worship. 11 a. m trip to Cypress Gardens costumes. Also those who attended of PuMIc'' Rriulfurd' InxtiuiHnn County: will BOArd rereive .
a day. The Nursery will be open for and Silver Spilnxs. the parade and car- Kealnd hlil at ltd offlre,
I Morning Worship. Mr. and Mrs Arthur nival from this area 111 North Court street Starke, f
were: .. .
Florida for ae
rumovlntr/ ohs on ,
Training union 6:30 p. m Gnann were visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. James Spart- story tram 1.
3. We have our own X-ray and laboratory.. (Mr. devoted to Bible Study. recently in Georgetown mand and ihUdren. Mr. and site at the. An bulldlnurrnnn Jr.from HlRli Its ._ .. ..
: James Moncrlef" In our full time licensed. technician Evening! Worship} 7:15.: Wednesday :!- Clyde Hersey received a Mrs Jimmy Dyal and! chil !hnol. Lnwt.-v Florida. until '
: TllMI,. l>. ". Thcir--li.j. :
). night prayer meeting letter from his son. Elbert dren. Mr and Mrs. Junior '....mhi r IT. 1111111srrurdlnlr .
7:30: p. m which Is also devote who Is still in service: at Ft. Hersev and Mark. Mrs. Pat In t the r..lI..wlnlf npeIflc ) y
Experienced '
to Bible Study. Eustis. Va. He said it was Diokson < 'HtlollH. : IPP
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5':; and sons and .
4. We are licensed for beds by the State Board and"he Mrs 1. nhldern' are Inxlti'd, to In-
SYMPATHY getting cold there Dickson's
up I\ .
Dedicated .
nephpTrlco :
i the il fnre'o. nt loin'fl "
of Health License" No. 2. )prelnIHPH .c"-.J' I
Sidney TrltII.d family will be glad when he can Oaks! Mr. ana< Mrs. Dayton I and. an. lnf"i'mat Ion required '
have our deepest syntp.u. .., come back to: a warmer clines Arnette also attended the I will he pi'n\''filed' by this Qualified 'E't ,. .r fr$

5. We have a modern, fireproof building with central In the loss of their son and Mb. carnival Saturday night at lirrire. \ ", < ;
2 The utTPHHful bidder shall
Mr. net. .
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brother. LeIJTl'lest.:\ who Also received a Keystone.Mr. .. '
air-conditioner and heat. I Im reHion| llil for removal, of 'f;
was killed' last week in a car letter from ..... daughter. and Mrs. nil materlalH, rootlnKN. debris. \ .
Willie
accident (He was a captainIn Margaret Brannen. _v0g\ sev. Mrs\ Clyde Her t.tc., from the nrhonl.,' site. and) .r",-' ..
6.'e are within two block.* of the Bradford County the Armed Forces serving with her husband. David ana Hersey and what! leave (lie' ar.a nou ot- "
I Net ham Becky. and David "UI.h'| I I Io,*,' tin nub),,'t InilldlnK
Hottpltui. hl. country In Viet Nam. He son. David Jr. who are stationed ...... ,I II. In a ,ilfttn 'al..t.\'I.r+ .'''"dl'
had 58 more days In Viet in Germany. They )I were In OataSRrfl?,p W I _t tlnn
leave In I have been there a couple of for the parade liwveTh..narea.ful. I hldder> .. .hnl1dSJY" r>
and was on They also
7. We have a fine staff of Doctor serving. the Nam frnrrl; nl''l I 45 :
Hong Konst, doing his Christ- months and are ready to did some shopping and had I toK'rd:; .
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tract the amoral .L"'it .
Uome. fur
mas shopolnTT for his wife I come home. They still have dinner at Park Lanes! and attended 1).n h...Ie 1.. II.llIn"", ..r manta -.". ,-- ass
and five vhlWren who residesin three years :vet to go before the Oator Growl Friday I .
8. VVi are V.A. approved. Augusta da. they return Sgt David night I tt eystex s.rfsi 3t PL .
ANNIVERSARYOn Brannen will have 20 yearsIn Ervin Trlest and James I lintel181hvGETTING I( MlrYr.77""yy. '
service when they get Spartman r4Let's '\- '
Tuesday. Oct. 25. our returned home
9.Ve are approved by the State Welfare Agency.
pastor and Mrs. Merle Pack- back to the States. Saturday from their hunting :
ham celebrated their 22nd Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Trlest trip in Colorado:! and Nebraska UPI Continue: ;
10. \\8 'vbl be certified under! Medicare. wedding anniversary along had a bad day in Jackson- They reported hunting I MAXES MANY ...;... ,

with our Sunday School Su- ville Monday. They were up was good far pheasants and ;iffllUlfld FEE

11. We are large enough to give all nursing services perintendent. Ralph Bryan. there to take their daughter deer. I 1 attar 19 common icldner or Bladder: DON FUQUAWORKING
Dora to the dentist Mr. William I:rlll that an adult may need, but small enough It was Mr. and Mrs. Bryan'sllth i Newham spent 1.050 ana nervous frolll too rr.quentpuw0u .
anniversary. They all Tiiest was taken sick They Friday In Gainesville for the both day snit nlaht.: Secondnly -
to pro\l celebrated by having dinnerat thought he was having. a parade He Is a drummer In ,.daobw, Bftekaoha;' and feel old, tired.tieprened. /IFOR YOU
:In euon. Irritation, CTBTB3Ctieually
heart attacic Luckily there Bradford
Holiday Inn in Starke. marching band brlnee lot, relaxlaa comfort bl(!
13. Mr. J. II. :Moncrlef Is In charge of complete lab- Then they attended Revival was a heart specialist In the Then he went to Live Oak, urblntf,. and Irritating by naliealojpiltt germa In atrong rellef,acltXurine a.icY.YES '

oratory and x-ray facilities. Laboratory No. 524. Services at the First Baptist same building who examinedhim for the football game. I I as 41\1&1II.I1&:\ ,. ;w.d "better" Lea Church In Staike. and gave him some Clyde Hersey has unex- -
PERSONALSLast medicine. They came on pected guests at his home -
CALL WRITE OR COME: BY home and he Is feel- last
Sunday Mrl and Mrs reported Sunday night: his sons
Dewitt Hersey of Gainesvillewere Ing fine now. and dauginers-ln-law Mr. ;
AND VISIT WITH US. dinner guests of Mrs J. D. Payton had surgery and Mrs DsWitt Hersey and tr

Hersey's patents, Mr. and last Friday< at Bradford son. Martin and Mr. and CHEVROLETItnpala

Lawton B. Thomas, OwnerAdministratorMrs. :Mrs J. D Payton.In County Hospital. Mrs Wayne Hersey, all of
talking to Mrs. Paytonthe Alfred Underwood came Gainesville! Mr. and Mrs.
Gertrude Kauffman: Asst. Administrator home from the 1 r
other day she said that hospital Lacln Hers;!" of Fairbanks.,
her Mondays are really blue Tuesday.Mrs. Dwight Hersey of Bedford
Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones nowadays as they are working Marjorie Bryant has Lake and Miss Lois Douglas'I
returned to her home after a of Lake Butler.
on the loads out by her
few days in Bradford:! County MUI EARLY i

Vote for your State Treasurer. Vote for Broward Williams. I Hospital.Mr.. and. 'Ir&. Ernest Triest ones Don't overseas.forget The your post loved office -|

made an unexpected trip to has asked us to mall our :
I Qeorgle last week when they packages by November 10 'Sf .r r
Ability-Experience-Service learned of the death of Mr. Just one week from today-to 'I'
'I
Tliest's brother Leon who be sure of delivery by Christmas -
was' killed In a car accident. Don't forget the Zip

Bcoward: Williams Is YOUR man. 24-year, career employee .. Mr. and Mis. Roy Cren- Code
ta State Treasurer Office voted by 1965 Legislature ,,,.e, 1 shaw and SOM. Jerry and Mr. FRUIT CAKE RECIPEI LrA&
on* of State' top three administrator leader ofvigorous and Mrs. Wayne Hersey of thought with Thanksgiving v
program for traffic safety education, retiree Oalnesville were unexpected only three weeks away
umber of executive committee of National Association I guests at the home of Mr i I you might like to have a
ol !Insurance) Commissioner and Mrs. Clyde Hersey last
/ fruit
/ I goOd cake recipe.
Sunday evening. Mr. and
in
P Light Fruit Cake: bake
Mrs. Cienshaw are the parents -'' 250-deKiee/ over for three toI)
Broward Williams of Mrs. Wayne Hersey four hours.
Mrs. Fisher hasn't been
i Use candied fruit:: 1 lb.
last few
feeling good these 1
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m WeJnefiday.Troy Jolmon. Choir Practice Thursday 7:30: week Prayer Service. WednM- Circle at home ot Mrs. P.uil'I I' ors of Mi's. Ed Durban.We SENIOR I pie and\ ( lots cl I tea othei functi-j, of rhi body:

CHURCH ) pastor. P. m. day. 7:30.Rev.: Glenn Law. Raymond, 2:30: p. m. B.blo: regret to note that I I! Mr and M> -,. II C Drutcoll Wherever yon go in Stal'keyou'll
Survey Class! and Youth, ;Mrs Ell/a T.olor In CITIZENS! sect Pete walking. Ht?
:\ ..., MISSIONARY: hon pastor.CAI.VutY a patientin .ire leaving oil, No,'. 12 for a I
Kl.NfiSMCY: LAKE: Choir practice 7 p. m. Bi'adfonl! his, trimmed of
: : BAPTIST CIIIKCH: : County Hospital. hilt to Calif01 nia, and afterwards wife. Lllll.
HEWS uu''l'lS'f, CIHIH'U: BAP'rISTSunday Tuesday Junior Cnolfptactlce. She is repented to be seriously Di'spitc Inclement weather r 1, a trio to England to I many pounds and look

I b33 W. Pratt St. Sunday I Sunday School, 10 a. m School 10 a.r"| n. Intermediate CiA[ Ill. it was generally:! agreed that visit Mrs. DrlTOlI'H relatives. much better

;- I services: Sunday School( 10 a. Morning Worsnlp. 11 a. m Morning Worship 11.. m Sunbeams. 3:30: ) p. m. Junior Mrs. Joyci, Futch. Mrs. the Senior Citizens Hallo-1! Pete Johnson walks five Our next meeting: will beheld
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.ASSEMBLY OF GOD I m Preaching 11 a. m. Training Training Union. 6:30: p. m. Training Union 8:30: ''p. m' I GA, 4:30.Wednesday: .1. Phllll-! :Mrs 0.1 ween Party on October 25 miles e\erv jay and never I Tuesdav. Nov. 8. at thC *
Union. 6:15: p. ni. Evening Evening Service 7:30.: PrayMeellnA' Trustees itleet-' was the best ever. enter. and.
HIWAY CHAPEL Evenhi'-t Worship. 7:30.: Prayer Eunice: and Mrs. Hester Hicks ';ets tueel Ho says. "It's good I Recreation Come
Worship. 7 p. m. Everyone Meeting. Wednesday. 7:30: Wednesday. 7SO: pin IniL 5 p. m. Sunday School | Ingenious./ colorful costumes .loin us.
attended <
the funeral of 0: 0-
and
i''iWeldon foi the n..i.t.
& St and Railoicl : : lungs
welcome. Elder T. C. VVUllamg. -Rev. Jim RIgdon pastor. -Rev R. H. Buhler pastor. Workers meeting, RA mrctln rue! Elbert Green in Middle- were In evidence and I Joe Kerrigan, Reporter. I
oatl.? I 10)
Sunaay School. a.m
pastor.LAVKA 1(; 6 p. m. Prayer Meeting the Julges.:: /: Betty Paton, Mrs.
'Morning': Woranlp. 11 a. m P.OATDRA1N>> BAPTIST AIRPARK BAPTIST burn Sunday. I
Choir Shaeffer and newlyweds. Mr
7 p. m. Chuvch: prac-
/ Service 7:30 Bvrrisi Mrs. J. C. :Knight and sons
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.f Evening p. m. Sunday School.. 10 a. m Sunday School, 9:45: a. in tice. 8 p. m.Thursday and Mrs. Shanberg./ had a That' Our Businesa
were visiting her brotherinlaw ..
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Thnnday Prayer Meeting 7:30: Sunday SchK GLASS
( > 0:43: : a m.
Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. m Visitation. 10a. dlficult time choosing the,
and sister Mr. and Mrs
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p.miHYoungPeople's MeLting Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Training/ Union! 6:30: p. m Evening Service, 7:30: p. m m. and 7 p. m. winners.
Saturday, 7::30 p.m.Leroy Evening Worship. 7:30 R. C. Sorrells." and:! family in "If It's' Class We Have If
m.
: p. -
Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer Prayer Meeting, Wedncei>d'iJ Friday( Primary Choir It was finally agreed! that
Fort
'LljfhUey!-" pastor. Prayer :Meeting, Wednesday :l.leeUngVednesday, 7:30: 7:30: p. m. Training Union practice 3:30: weekend.Mrs. .Lauderdale over the Mary Bishop Lllll! Johnson, CALL WRITE or VISIT

'LONtJ BRIDGE BAPTIST 7:30: p pastor.I5KOOKEU!m.-. Rev.: Luther :McGee p. m.Rev.. R. E. Bergstrom. Filday 7:30: p. m.Rev.. E. 1 FIRST !METHODISTCIU.'HCII. .' Pearle Booker Of De- Peggy Payne. Margaret Jack- A'-- FOR ANY GLASS NEED
/Utor. son. Rose Eomwandt. and
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CHURCH Orlffis pastor. land Is visiting her sister. I
I ; STARKE I ISun'lay Grace Van Uusklrk meritedthe We Modern Store Fronts
Design
>JJ i Sunday School 10 a. m.: BAPTIST MNE LEVEL, BAPTIST I :Mrs\ Ocorarj Roberts. ,
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH pl'lt.P8.T'1e : .
I Morning Worship 11 a. m.. Sunday School, 10 a. m Sunday School. 19 a. n. Church ..fkhootlII ) Mr. and Mrs. V. I.. Star- I C. Just Mall Us A Pattern For

.Evening Worship 8 p. m.; Morning Worship. 11 a. to Morning Worship. 11 a. a [Highway 100 at Thercioa) )!45 a. m. Morning\ WOI'ShIP'j! tins nnd Jod- attended: the Grand March of the A Table TopsSHEA'S
pta Meeting: Wednesdays Sunday School 10 a. m II '. fOl'MYF. football fame brl.'CUtarke I Tmamufftm! done to the .
Training Union 6:30: p. m PI't -Sel'vlees I Booster Ban 1 a m. Sfi"ok ...Suppor "' '
,I. I p4m.: Sing each Friday at Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer Votinx People ar, Pray. Morning Worship 11 a 6 p. In MVP mi etliifrs and Live Oak Friday:! tune of "The Thunderer. ''lit

B. {>.;.m. Rev. Harvey Lana Meeting. Wednesday, 7:30: Kenlcpl 1. 6 p n. Evmliit m. B-ao p. m. Evening Woishlp. niaht. nlnvd by the U. !a. Navy II GLASS CO.
_or Training Union -6:30: ) p. 7:30.: | :\11'Pra,"' Gordon and Band. am ended bv nil loin- :
) Worship 7 p. m. Mldweol: \
f'f'I. .. In the
: \\, !** UCDAN .\M,-: tn..oker] lel'Vlc4.Vt'dnesday.. 7:30: p m. Monday Circle 2 meets irrondsrns of LnkButler ing Virginia Reel.
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BT.TKDWARDS! CArilOLIC Evening Worship 7:19: In Fellowship Hall. 3 were visltin hIll' cousins. Mr. Colored movie were tak-n
Sunday School. 10: ". m. -Rev.. D L. Ramsey. pas p. m. 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville.. Fla. Phone FU24353"ALMOST" ..
{(STARKE :Morning WorshIp, 11 a m tor. m. with Afrs. Be<.tha Pearce and T>3 Mrs. Oscar Carter during of the entire evenlnnr by 0111'rxprl.t

:: Sunday! Mass, 9-15 1In Training Union. 7 p. m. Evening Wednesday Night PrayerBAP1IST !Mrs. F. C. Holllngworth a< :: theeek.. photographer. Gene

'j t 'TJ.&e8daY-NOVena and Berse- Service 8 p. rn. Rev ntTIIF.L: BAPTIST CIU'RCIl hosfe"ei. Olrl Scouts meetIn Mr. pnd lfrEdwAI'rI/! Rowe Bishop.

dictum 7 p. m. Inquiry Class.; Lacy Conway pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m f'JRST STARKE CHURCH. Fellowship' Halt at 3IB: of J.ick<,,'".'!lI.. visited hrr Alex Morton our "old reliable THE PERFECT HOST

B p.' m. Morsilnn! Worship, 11 a. m Commfis'on on Education 7 r'nt8., Me, and :Mr B. t.WllklAon spent many clays gearIng -

,Thursday and 'f''lday- rumen OF GOD Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m : Sunday -- Brotherhood r>. m. OfflcUl! and! orrnnddauBhterg for appropriate prizes. A

Mis. 7:30: a. m. (9'10 a. m 422: N. St. Clair St.. Starke. PrayeMeeting.!. 7:30: p. m Breakfast :anj meeting 7:30a. : In sanctuary I R B01r1'mceun"l Friday (find Saturday.Mr. balloon game was led bv :Mary ,

forgrade and high scnool: students Sunday School.) 10 a. m. Wednesday. Rev. W. L m. Sunday School. 9:43Mornlrm : Tuesday ( and MiSs Clvde Walnwil Bishop. from which we had .

). Worship Servlci-3 1 a. m and Newmans, pastor. Worship 11 1, ser- of :Mrs. H. K. TvusCircle: I
7:30: p. In. YFE. Wednesday mon "The Seed: That Fell Into 5. home of Mis T. H. 81nri !Sunday iiu.-'lo.s.!

Saturday Mass, !9.30 a. m 7:30: p. m. Prayer M ttlnK.: NOKfHSIDE BAPTIST Good Ground." Training 10 a. m. Wesley Service I Mr. and Mrp.: H. C. WainMiUht. After Tippy< Birthday
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[HKTLBROXN BAPTIXT Friday.: 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S. Located on tsayie sfltinay Union. 6:15.: Evening Wor- Guild home of Mrs. Henry \ 1f1'II.Vllnwrlltht'iI! irreetlngs and SOURS refreshments
William 4, pastor. [1SR 223: ]at Bailor:! Road ship. 7:30: sermon: "The OoHwln.' 7:30: J p. m. i -lst"<>r. !Mrs. \V. O. Rho-'eii' of of cake and apple

( Sunday School 9:45: II. m ':SR 16 J. Services: Sunday Child That Was Lent To Wednesday Circle 1.; Ocala) also spent: Sunday. Juice were served.

(Morning Worship 11 a. m. FIRST PRKSBITERIIN: School 10 a, m. Sundifv The Lord" Ladles Bible Classroom: Circle with the family. Halloween decoration! were

(TraInIng Union, 6:30: p. m. Sunday School. 9:43: a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m Monday -. Lorena Epper-I 3 home of Mrs. Drew M. L. Turner was In West donated by Betty Paton.: a

JBtvenln? Service. 7:30.: MidWeek Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Training Union, 6:30: P m son Circle, at home of Mrs Redrflih, 10 n. m. Primary. Florida last week on business. former member of the rlub. I

\ '... Prayer Service. 7:00: p,, I Youth Fellowship. 6 p. m I Evening: Service 7::30.Ud. L. N. Pickering: Ha Darby Junior. and Youth Choir MI' and Mr*'. Eugene Pearson who It visiting( In, Bradford 1 ,

PTJ I r>ra Mce. 3:1S: Prayer Meet- of Ontne: vlUe were vlsItlnot County, and friends: In Or-

-- Inir. 7pm. I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye mond Beach I II I
Thursday Chancel Choir Sunday II
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A little birthday crlrbru-: I
rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. Mrs. B. L. Wilkison. Mr tlon "
convened at Jim.-t: Bodden's -
An Investment In Your Future I And Mrs. Charles Wilkison house in honor of her,

MADISON STREET arid daughter, and Sherrl I
r
82nd birthday. Oct. 28. Pre

I ri ii;\ Ii I [JJ' I ffc f'1 ff;; fil) i) l.. !j BAPTIST Sunday CHURCH_L Sunday School. birthday Napier attended party given a surprise by the! sent Pete were and Lt'll Margaret' Jhnson.Iex Jackson. except for one most Important factor. .
[
ROACHES the household "most
15 lib It family in honor( of Mrs. O. B. : pest
Morton. Bett who is
) I.G 11. J \ 1J ;| 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. Wiggins at her home in Paton. talked obout." '.
*r* jw 11 a. m. Youth Choir prac staying with Janet, and Joe
I Jacksonville Sunday. :Mrs\ *
tice. 4:45: p. m. Training Kerrigan. Ton::u Dixon, !Mrs.\ Perhape ihe ihouW have eatte for a :
Wiggins!; I is one of Mrs. Wil-
I Union. 6:15: : WMU Prayeri klson's daughters.Mr. Andrews. and many other free estimate. .It wouldn't have hap .

i Circle 7:1S: ; : Evening; Wor- anMrs) Lonny Futchof neighbors ftopppd by with pened.AihzPetOouWt.
ship. 7::30.I small: gift-, congratulations, i
Starke railing Mr.
wet on
Wednesday Prayer and love and affection to our
.1. I and :Mrs T. L. Wa Inn'right; !
Priie S'rvlcc. 7-30: p. m. Janet
.
Sunday .afternoon.Mrs
I Church Choi- prncMc-e. 8::30. Halloween ,stories and \
: rarolynn Gflffis of
Thursday. Nov. 10 --AuxlllllnHp.s songs filled the evening, aftera { I g CH4MICAI./ (0 :
.4 .e Jacksonvlllo was visiting her
'.4 mppt :3-30 I: p. m. I delicious b.ippor of Ham.
1 moth..t' MI';. Pearl Starllns.
Rev. Feldsr: L. Rowan: pis- marcaronl :and cheese top. PHONE 964.3965
and family Saturday. -
tor. pod off with b.nanlrream
: .' I RTr. and Mrs.!! George LShufol'rI.
-ft. ,. .
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Oivlr and John. =-= --_ _ :--- -- ----------------- ---- --- --a

.fr '--I: AT ANNITAI.BEULAII HOMECOMING:BAPTIST: were' vlsttlnsf Mr. and Ml's.1


.. I '- v. Ii I Beulah Baptist Church on Enil Jacksonville Drnmk and during family the In I JACKSONVILLE BUS'NESSu DIRECTORY I INT1OtlES

.. Road IS in Clay County will weekend.'Mrs. .
b have its annual Homecomingon '; Joyce And Mrs Selma -
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I Sunday. }Nov. 13. Lunch Eunice vtMlPd Silas FlItch In I -

I will be herved at 1 p.m.. fol. Jacksonville Saturday. \ I IIKAUINC; ; 'AID I'KT' SHOP! :

Iculntr the regular/ marninq( Mr. and Mrs. Robert B Keith I .

"crtlce. and hinging will bel! nnd children, Mr. and Mrs. NTIQUEMBoughtSoldAppraJse I For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE- TilE

enjoyed In I the nftemoon Fred Rnbei-ts nnd' family and Kongo Pet Shop :

: Rev. H II. :Molt will be the I I Mr.\ and Mrs, E D. :Mathew I I 1'",,,,"... 'MntM! _LJaMM .
S ipenlccr;; for) the 11 o'clock! all of Jae.c.sonvillP, gatherdSunrfnv FurnitureChlnaQIags I POODLE GKOOKINa _
.!Oliver! Brass--Oil Painting OF JACKSO.NX IIJ.K
'cry'ice.B.YLES'. nt the home of Mr.and Sweaters, Collars, Tuft, :

.. 4.,. Mrs. .1 C Tvc and 1 Pam I lOne Flare or u 11"" ". Full I ,"fh. Strongest fInd Smallest! Pet Supplies .
HKillVVAY for" fi.-nily t-tosPther: ,
I Hearing Aid In the World" HI rd.FlshHanat.r.Uaii' :
BAPTIST ChURCh honoring; the Mathews, who- i Ina Ward Antiques Only Co. Hearing Aid Made & Sun 10-8 PJM .
left one day this week to
Closed
Sunday School, 10 a. m. in Bris- 3572 at. Johns Ave. 23 Went MonroeJarlmonvUlu Tuesday :
mnke their home
: Morning: Worship, 11 m. 333-1463: 3939 Herlong: Rd. NortnandU
EVERYONE LOVES A PARADETo a. bane. Australia Mrs. Tye Jacksonville 337-1379 SectionW.
Training Union. 6 p. m. ':Mrs.' Mathews and Mrs./! Roberts -
Call Collect Monnv) SHOP Jacksonville 781-280O :
,. tear the band> to see the uniformed soldiers, to see the might! of our tantat Evening Everyone welcome.Rev.Service. 7 p.. M.m. are" slst,. and :Mr. Keith -
Is their PIANOS-ORGANS "
to see the strength of our country, these things stir the heart and make us prowl David Medelros, pa.stor.LAWTEY. Mr*. Hattie brother.Darley. Miss! Auto Sales & Service I FIELDSHOBBY :

1' to be an American. Our God has made us strong and blessed us greatly, however Slna Pre.cnlt. Mrs. Sarah I Mason & Hamlln Piano :

our greatest strength la the Lord. "GOD is our refuge and strength, a vary w'vvvvvvvv'vvqvvqv' Normin an-t Mrs Vaughn WESTSIDE SHOP, Inc. Hammond: Orgun* .

.. help in tcouble." In these unsettled times we need to show our faith in Prescott< v'' .,ifii! Lonnv Pre.s- Magnavox/ Organs"You :
present Line of I
,,.It In RlvevMdc Volkswagen Inc. I II A Complete Get A Good Bead At- .
: Hospital
the Lord and speak with the courage of one whose father can do all thing;*, \ Mnn"ay.f B<.iat & Airplane Builders Sup-

; Renew your strength each week by attending services in the Lord's house* !\ and Mrs Frn" WI!- I AUTHOHIZKD: DEALER ollelo3pt'clllllzl" in Radio F. O. MILLER$

|ly Fn/it. Kliuichuril 'loms .and din ft Wellborn Controlled Mode.
I .SaleCvX\ / Part ....

.................... and v-ei-p Mrs.Runrt''v Priest visitors and. o'family Mr Service \\VBody Sbo! ? Open aid Evening Equipment till 9 P.M. I -n. _of ".1.1 p_5. ,1.0-.. .

oIack.on,1Ue
r', Itil diurth God's appointed? ogtncy in Itiii world 'hi ipiioe'iiig Iho' linowltdgi of His'lmo NTJ/r CIIUR('" ACTIVITIES: Open 8 a.TIl.p.m. 603:! So' EdscwoodiTacirsonvlllf 'i ,
V
for man and ol KII diinmd, tot man to r. pond to Hint' 'levi fcf loving Mi ntightw.Without <::' f'i' Grace Methodist: Sunday S t>.m. Sat.-CloHcd Sunday Taa-Hfifl ![! SEWING MACHINES
1150 LANK ""E. SOUTH
Itite' grounding In ih. lois ol' Cod no jomrnminr or udily of ay ol Illi will long /: School. 9:45.: Worship 11 a nii. W"PTON.1Oy "
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Mp m. and 7:30: p. in. Prayer [ Phone! Jacksonville 884-3441 4O'i'OIICY( LES iI i e.. Oa.U, AH.Uke '. .t.u..MU:
1' Circle MonuXv 9 R
from a Mlflth point of slew,ono should support Ihi (horch 'lot the loki ol the wdfar i.J m. Mm. Mary William Parrfoh Motors HONDAMo'EORCVCI.ES New In 4 Dr. Cabinet

.I I himself end his ''omI, ,. Iiyond trmt ha".,,, every person should uphold and pa* First Bapllsl Sunda3Mcliuol I II I Sold New over $300
: 10 a m. PiI'r1In'.f) II Bal S72: 95.00 Per Momtk
linpolo In lb. (hunh bctouu It tills the truth about mini life. dealh and dutlny" lilt qz.f I i *AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARev. : or
4 1 and 7:30:: i p. m. Training
truth whKR alono will, nl him free to U Is t n a child of GaL M I and Mrs. W. C Hall (II..r: Ideal Sewing CenterALL
Union 6:30:: p m Midweek 8BKV1CB!: Al.L101J1LS: ( !
C.fr..n Ce.._
I services Wednesday: 7:30: p of Santa Fa were dlnnsr PARTS Merchants Green Stamps MAKESNew

in. Revival Services began guests of M-. and Mrs K. D.I Open SAM: to 7 P.M.MondaYFrteLy and Used Machinal

II :Monday: : nl
I linup through: this week. I .Sgt.: Jomes B. Sellers ol Always Good Used Car B A M. to G P.M. Jtfkwnvllle 389-5071

Church of GodSunday Ft. Riley, Kan. has !been > n\ Laura Ht. Jiicknonvlllr Saturday and Wednesday:

I These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors School] 10 a. m., Worship/! 11a. Ulnn hb slater Mrs. 10-1, I Phone 1643-4.4 CLOSED: :Ml'NIIAY TRACK SERVICE ]

m. and 7pm. starting tine. Strtckl/.nd/ and both RAY'S
have been vbitinu In Waldo MOTORS A CYCLES
Sunday. YPi, will continueto
STARKE BUILDERS UNDERWOOD Lawson Meat Market Ftart at 7.30) p. m. '..Wed.nesdav with" MM. Ii>ne Taylor.] I cjAM1'ERCribbs 4949 Blandlng Blvd. TRACK SERVICEPortable
Jacksonville 7718214.MUSIC
and prayer service Mr. and Mrs.Bramard Track Press Servle
Inc. Campers ;
-) I SUPPLIES Restaurant & Motel AM= !) COLD STORAGE Filday: 730: p. m. Hai-vey of Waldo' were visit- I Welding

1 I Friituring' '' ItsrIsirPCompIte Highland Baptist Sun- lag :Mr. and. Mrs. Lynn Hull Pal-Rey Onaper : Cited Rulldrarrii. & Crmwteni .

Paint Suppllm, !o and !Sporting OoixlH. New Frpf TV-Air rimditloncd, ing. CuttingVrappUn: a. m. and 7:30: p.m., Choir Mr and :Mis. Lynn Hall Skamper Convertlbla r
'%81Y.. Beaver
CIIUfK WITH t.S HH-4T" T('U"I AND II\\\ F.1t:04: 6:10 Prayer an:! Mrs.T. F. Brown were ,
practice : p. m. Paulus Music Co.
219 Washington !St. 1 IIII..I. :North SQl Ph. i"ll7miRosier ( Prep.irpil For IJppp Fr_ meeting W.-dnesdny! 7:30.: dinner Bursts or.Ir! and Mrs C Shasta Trailers Jacksonville 8-4eai .: .'
.
Tradon rBank FIflSIi'lflMOS
PIIONK: Or,4-82: l Sympathy is extended to R. A. Branncn of Bedford -San Juan Av. Band A String Instrument! WESTERN! STORE ,
Bradford Abstract Co. ,Mr. and 11.I1'11. Lee R. Green i Lake. Gibson Guitars &
Amplifier
_ _ Jacluionvlll 34-934
Monument Co. Mr. Rnd.11'8.:\ Frank/ Brown :
and family In lbs IOS.H of School Supplies-Instruction LITTLE DUDE

J 158; W. CALL STREET: ('I' VO r their! son. O"orce) Elbert; who. I and daughters of Winter ELECTRIC MGTOUS! Roberts Recorders '
A .Muniimcnt, For tu'rv :o.i.i.lI! ,ftr .- 1 Haven spent everal days last Western Store
Ph. 961-6S81 Starke, Fla. \ ( --\ ...4.. lived In Maxvlll" Music LJb*iry-Kxrxrt ..
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:SI \KIUI.IMMTK: "" Mr. and !>fis. O. J. Anders week with his mother. Mrs. Peavy Brothers Repair! Department "Where You'll Find Everything *
.. .. '
\1. *
% totanoI..iiris. OF STARKE:, INC. were Sunday overnight I T. F. BIO.I! For" the Horse

Edwards Grocery & ..1 u \V. ""'"....n Sturkn. guests of their on and Mrs. D W Swindell visited" Electric Co. 41 \\'. Monroe St. Enthu. 1ast" ,

Phi kt. I'll. 0ti-ril!) | llonie.. 78--.1G6.1: U.S. 301 NORTHPh. daughter-in-law. Mr. and her niece Nina Cjleman. in Jacksonville 355-8147 Western Clothing -Lf'athei--
Mrs. James Anders and children I the Medical Center in Gainesville _WLECTUIC MQTORS5o148ervtcedRepalred 3.110 Beach Blvd. roods. Saddles and Trailer
!9..IJ801)f Slarke Fla.
Sunday. Jacksonville 303-3091
In Falntl-a. Charles & Sharon Petty,
Groceries-:Meal\ :*-Feed''* _ i Oenerators-Starter*
DeWITT C. JONES Miss BettiiOnskins of Mrs. Myrtlo Watterson of 903: So. Ed *wood Avs.Jackwnvino .
Gas! & Oil Jacksonville vas vlintlnBf her : Dana. N. C. 1 is visiting Mr. Alteration 381-1210

Ph. 9fil-2IS2 Stark t *. Da. FUNERAL HOMES Charley E. Johns ;parents.; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. ( and Mrs M. L. Watterson Armature Reivlndltj :MUSIC-InstrumentsMARVIN "*T'

Catkins over the _ek nl. I for an indefinite stay. They. 4044. Lenox Ave. WELL DRILLING
Roy's TV Service Starke Ph. 9GI.2ROO/) Agency Jacluonvllle 387-2323
James Oaiklns and children were vlsltini anti fishing at KAY'S

orLake: Cite vLsl'ed his pir-: Cedar Keys !set era! days last PARTRIDGE -
ROY FOR PROMPTSERVICE Keystone Heights 131 1 S. Walnut Ph. "1-0201 / Music
CALL I'pi. on Su d'v! week. CenterFender
CoF.SFRSSt'R.HCE FLOOR COVERING Well Drilling Co.:
I
Ph. 473-3176 1st Saf. Chirr: Orlffl.s.Mrs. ..
920 Thomas St.. Starke Nobody. ""t.:N'olirxly'; I'mlmeltoChurlcy : OI'Utl"I'd their soil of'' Grotsoh & Vox Guitars BOCK ARTKSI4VComplete WT.UA;

Phone 1BRADFORD _ _ _ to. Jubn.c..n.. Colirnitnia n> 'pent ..c.ooking/or King. Hatten, and Selmer Electric Wat._

weekend with Mi and! thel| THE: KIOIIT POINT for the' better Band! Instruments Systems

I Sinclair Refining Co. J B. Bradlew nnrt his faOier way yon writ. Come In and'MUxt carp"1 Ludwig: Slingerland! Roger IRKIO.\TIOoi: ..

MOTEL \V. I/ Tlioinai. DIMrlhiitor. Hurst Shell I I ServiceCKL Willie Orlf'K (hoof other re- your, favorite K.STKKnilOOK : : :visit Drum! .n.\ FINANCINGflSdO :

htl.."... SOriffN Is statlrniPd ft.nnfaln pnn. TEI.KTEUSfiKAPII. :- I I, a K ntuA Kf>|Mrir.* 00 ALL Hyde Grove Ay*. .:
.A !srpEimm MOTEL fa ()f I"F.KtRO"4F.SF.: HURST Dix. N. J. I 400 SHIN ST. JaeluonvlU) .
':America' 'fOllt Hospitable :MoteU Filet. Oil and (irp. utc< IMr at Fo-t M' ;. W. L. Durban![ SI4 HOGAN, 4..nl.... ,J cJc onvil]. 333-0936 VaIl Coll"ct 889-143 ..
lJ1. Air Conditioned Free TVnnrt 603 S. Walnut !Stnrko Hwy. 301 & 100() Ph. 964-6111 : and "

N. Coffee Ph. (WI-SHfll I ..of Gainesville'.and Denese &.C1au1J1eoLAd ilL the Tr.I.E-i: : '8 ._ : .==-- '
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'I.n' ekHoJ1.m- -
t.ii:: \lt
.I;,I 1137 -N.- -sot- Ph.- 961-3371. -- :aM JUkU brla4. r.-lt.. I I






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,PAGE 'EiGh TEEN BRADFORD COUNTY THrflORAPn.: STARKTC, FTORITJ

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Library .I 1 : A .
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We are most I 't
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to the FrlciKU of the

in for our a lovely Children's round lt: :.>;o ," '
gift was made 'uod II: j ,
funds received a' s"

ment Sale Friends will Our of soon the reference be ; j ,l's'. a. i: m r'\ 'I. ;, I '


some new cherry ..
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you are not -

Public your Starke Literary Bradford please

Our purpose Is to "

A "Chll<\re.1's
"Mary Thursday Nov. dthe IOwiri'ceI
Paitv'' ,will be held
3:3O p.m. In <-
National Children's
Week, Oct. 30 through :
All youngsters, ages 6-9

vited Recent Birth @ b

a'
Mr. ani Mrs.
O..oin of IJve Oak
the birth of son on
Paternal \'
Mi and "Mrs J. D.


Starke.' :Mi andIrll.: THRU THE WEEKEND l.,
etui-linn of Grand
Texas. announce the RIGHTS RESERVED -- /tr (
a son Joseph : 'r. .:
Nov 3. Maternal .. '.' "..
ents are Mr. and Mrs. .!ilL.'. .
,, '
Punish of Lake ;w. ; ;." "
paternal } .
Mr. and Ms: :' Joe /
Starke.Mr. .

and Mrs.
.Jackson of St. I
announce the birth r .
Louis Earl or '.
I Maternal : U.SINO.IIIIISU

I Mr and Mrs. Louis _
Starke, Mrs. Jackson '

I former Bradford Sandra-County Crews \ Potatoes"/ VE 59* FOOD FAIR LEAN FRESH. ,

announces the
bIrths: .r
Mr.\ and Mrs '
rill John. Hi-stone: If! : !
9 daughter Angela.

27.Mr and Mrs. GRQUND'79c :

liam Whitehead 20 .I/:
son. Olen William LIMIT 1 W'ITU FOOD( OKDKH. r
Jr, Oct. 27.Jf.RRF.U.. ,

INCREASE. IN .' 't J: oo

M. O Kartell, : .,., .. $
the Brooker State re'l. .
Market ig looking ;"t.o. JI< '
.
an Increase! In I" ..l" ; ,........ 'I
and strawberry / LB. '
ing the coming ;';I" 2h.7,( "t'rII '
& "' e
'
Brooker Market ha "
'
st"ndv nrowth for ...(? / : -, :f. ttrl f' ": ) j. ../ PKG.1
several vears.. Two :;: .t \ .
;
it'M ? i
...... / .
a watermelon orw MQJ'"r 'J. ,' ,".-. .. -
!added fptiaon to a the strawberry market .. "ii fi'j;4.. 1' ... .' ..t I> J..

tion was made
14( FROZEN
the addition: of a

room. FRIES

x o T i r M

The Itraiiroiri. I Count, .
i>.t public Inilriutlon. 0;
Floril.offer: for sal. .. |
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tuningKiirpl in bHHpV" : 25e
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1 li'il 1 1 & '
pnmenirer! /in ;':0. Dr> > >
\o:/ j 11441 Pi rd 88 .;
ID No 7T9TH79I12.NIP. : r
:/ .. 10 Clifvroi 4D ; '
R,T in No AF1I11216No -icb '''?_
;: 1 IS 19IJ .. .:: ., :.. t
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"' IT ; '
piiHxenger> ID :>:'o. .
No 22 imT c'ncvinlet .' 1l "
longer in ;Nn PAA2:
:S"; 21 K4T Cherolrt) | 4
.ng..r IL Ne 1 ItI; 1S. iJii
Ruin, .., .
will .1 IIP um > \ i>'
dliltlual. bii.v. only .
l bo uprfPtl l Thursday/ t4 YOUR
17 I IKfitt In oho ufVIr'
Kui>"rlntf nilent at 7; ,
HOlen .
'l'h.Joor.1. rmvrvf' .' .
to reject uny and all
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THOMAS I.
( '
Hup. .. j HOUSEHOLD
10/27 3t 1110la '' --
.: r ALL PURPOSE

tb. .Court of 'b. ;;...
Juil... Bradford C..u.
Ida. la Probate. .' :
In re;: ECvtatv. of it C
Emmett K.
Perryman.
To All Creditor* ....d] BLEACH !
... '
H..law1..1. >r 't..i' .
Aitalait Buld ....nt. .r i;
You end each. of .
hereby notified and
I/rentnt any Uulma and
wMih, you, or either ;
may hate ttgalnat/ the .It t :
ppesLIMIT
Emmett K. Herrynian
.d. lute of laid CLOROX ;
County Judge of LtlTEx 2ft 39
County Florida at
In the court noun.* of .. G4L. C '''. ''' ..
ty at Stark, ... '-": ; : ;
.1. calendar month .
time of the first "..'-;;-
Chic nolle Each I 4. LB.
tnant t hall. bv In -' _
hall state the plar -1 WITH $5 ;
dene and poet "'
'
of the "'claimant and OR MORE ORDER BAG
worn to by the .:
".tfent..uch! claim hi* attorney or "-.,. .. ... .. ... .-. .. ".", /J
filed. hall b* void. ...I.. .., '
A* Executrix/eLOIa of the: '. ). ,&"i. ...f.1,.' t ... ,..., .. ,.. .. H.o '\:.:.,.......,. S1)..
and TetaroeDt of :-T.'\ :t:. .{ II
ferryman. d.c.a..d. "fl. 'I.. ;.; 'r-: '.. t.
First publication Oct. .1IJ "
10I e. tillCARD ::. : ... 'm. t ;
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OF ....::

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With deepest eJh
extend this word ,
for the man act
'pathy, expressed by
fur friends end the
County Hospital! I APPLE DELTA A
f Medical Statl." FROZEN VEGETABLES i 1
"''nesses have meant
"*u... The Sam

I ,,J mdly.

f To CARD those OP who PIES BLACKEYE: i PEAS 1.

their lympath In
,ii beautiful and
'during our recent FANCY WHOIE OKRfl
.nent, we extend '
.
.felt thinks. We t< > ** > "

the Bradford
pital Staff and "'

n... TamOr.of.1LIlt .
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