Bradford County telegraph
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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 17, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Julian C. Yonge

U. of Fla. Library History

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How Sweet It Is !

.. . .
'I H \ Tornado Coaches Give Reaction To 'Greatest Victory'Tornado

COACH NURSE JUBILANT glble pass th-own to Donnie "Our boys stopped them ner along vlth inside linebacker

1, "I'm sure this is the greatest Williams." cold whe the chips were Riser! Chilson and

had in down. I knew could do it, have some fine interior L
la, victory we ever For the tackle to be a pass we you i'L.IT
i M s regular season play." said a receiver he gust be the last but I was surprised at the defensive men

.jubilant Coach David Hurse man on the line of scrim- way we manhandled those Marlie Sanderson and Paul

sr.t after his fabulous Tornadoes mage and only four men can 220 pounders" Griffith was McLeod contained the potent

6 Mks defeated a strong Lake City line up in the backfield. referring to the center of the aerial attac.: of the Tigers

eleven 23-20 last Friday Hurse indicated that the obvious Tiger line which averagedwell They allowed only 4 comple- 7
200 from tions and to the Tigers'
night. error was not picked up over pounds none
Hurse had seen his team by the officials. end to end. ace receiver. Craig Busby

fall behind 20-16 until the Commenting on the woes The young defensive coach SEXTON LAUDS OFFENSE

; closing moments of the game of quarterback Wayne Mc- from Tennessee was slow to "While we were unable to

r when Wayne McLeod hit Leod, Hurse said "Wayne is single out one individual but move the ball inside the 20

Mania Sanderson for the young and this is his first then began to reflect upon yard line :our offensive line
winning touchdown. the effort of each team good holes In
real year of football. I'm sure game opened some!
Hurse continued "It would Wayne feels like he did a member. "Yiu know they only the big Tiger( defense on at

have been a real shame for poor job of passing throughout gained 17 7 yards on the least three hood| drives: was

our boys to lose!' that game. the game. However, he ground the second half," he the comment of Mike Sexton

r They outplayed a heavier did connect on the only one said, "and they only hurt us offensive -ne. coach for the

team all night and except fora that really counted -didn'the outside our end on one play." Tornadoes."I pj1e.1

couple of questionable' plays ?" He. of course praised Jim was especially pleased

and the Iontouchdown: run GRIFFITH PRAISES Godwin and Lesion Morganfor with the way the line blocked

,' by Busbv I thought we Dominated DEFENSE the blocked punts which for Wayne on pass protec

f ., the play." "Just great. Just great." gave Big Red their first two tion. It was not the best, but

When questioned about the That's all Tony Griffith touchdowns and added that at least It was better than
two plays he spoke of the could Ronnie Tomllnson and Andy the Live Oak! game"
say about the tremend- __
............. __
head Tornado coach said _
ous' battle staged by his de. Mayton. kept the jpiddle clog- Sexton, who teaches Ele-
Dm'hi Shannon for "Our film of the game shows fenslve ged up all night. Combine Physical Educationat i
speedster goes goml yardage on chargers against: a mentary Tornado. Paul McLrwl, (dark jersey) makes key Interception
a punt return In last. Friday's.. blockbunting1lctory over Columbia.. five men in the Lake City big:, big Lake City ball club these efforts with those of Starke Elementary! is In .
backfield on the tackle ellLt. against Tiger/ .t ronl'hllLlmohy! with Just 1:13: left In the game
High Tlgen. last Friday night. cornerback Belote and Joy- his second year as offensive
BUS the hull line.
wising/ on 3-yaril
line coach for Big Red.



County Publication Established In 1879


Plea Denied Second Sale Thanksgiving Service 5,000 HuntersIn City Indicates '

For RehearingOf Brings Larger Set For Wednesday NightThe Blanding alyre i Go Slow PolicyOn

Stark, Ministerial Alliance would be more convenient for "

k invites the communityto the people la attend.
InjunctionA Pecan VolumeThe a Union Thanksgiving Rev. V. J. Ragsdale pastorof First 2 DaysAlmost GeneratorThe

Service at the First Baptist the First Methodist

Church on Wednesday evenIng Church, ulll be the speaker
petition for rehearingon second! auctionof 5,000 hunters swarm : City. Council indicated
a pecan
Nov. 23, at 7:30: o'clock. with the choirs of the First
a suit for injunction to the current season held The ministers of the local Baptist Church: providingthe ed through the gates of Camp Tuesday night that it does intemt -

stop the Bradford County last Thursday at the Starke ,.-harah0 !in a recent meeting music. Local churchesare Blaiullng- Wildlife ManagementArea : to'push tmr panIC button
Commission Item bonding a Farmers Market, surpassed proposed the change from invited to Attend this on the first two days of In the purchase of .generating
new courthouse: at the American the opening sale with a total community-wide Thanksgiving deer hunting season, Nov. 12 equipment for a proposed
the usual Thursday morningto
: in of sell- and 13, and came out with: 52deer $675.000 of the
Legion site Starke 19,821 pounds of nuts Wednesday evening In the Service in place of their expansion mu-
was denied Friday by Circuit d., Ing for $3.198. the time regular Wednesday evening 25 turkeys 23 hogs 48 nicipal power plant.
Judge John A. H. Murphree.Two Overall average price was hope that new cat .squirrel, 41 quail, 19 fox: Earl Besdfnt.' of Reynolds,
Prayer Service.
Starke businessmen, $26.23 per huudred. Stuarts "I squirrel, and T rabblta.ThJ.s Smith & hills engineeringfirm
Nolan Woo'iburn and James l brought the highest price, season, sportmen have urt d'the Council to

T Moore fled: the suit last averaging $33 per hnudred. BCDA Head Says: the opportunity of hunting for act quickly because of a predicted -
the first time in the refuge
month on behalf of a numberof Lowest price paid was $11 power shortage! here
of Shaw Elected
downtown residents and per hundred, and the averagewas portion Blanding. of within the next two ye. rs.He .

businessmen, In an effort to off slightly on some var- Bradford Should Start Now Since Blanding the development Wildlife Management said that even If an order -
Cmap Head Of New
keep the courthouse on or ieties. Is placed soon for a new
Area, this 6OOO-acre
near Its prestnt location. Starling So far this the
season generator It will take up to
refuge has served as a sanctu-
The suit Wed by William CommissionedIn market has sold a total of Preparing For Possible Industry ary for deer, turkey, and other House Members 18 months for delivery
34.536 pounds of nuts for a
C. Andrews of Gainesville, wildlife. It lies between SR Chairman Carl Hurst said

alleges that the legislativeact total of 9222. 230 on the south and SR 225 on Rep KuKrnc: F. Shaw, of the Council has been studyIng -

under which the courthouse Army Guard No auction will be held A warning: that: Bradford public, should give attention to the north Bradford -ClayUnion, was the various types of generators -

1 would be built was un- next Thursday because of County: should atart preparing these matter now In order to Hunting dates in this particular elected Pu idcnt of the in u-ie at other power

constitutional. MaJ Gen. Henry W Mc- the Thanksgiving' holiday now for the impact of a possible be prepared for the Impact of area are: open November Freshman Class of the 41st plants particularly high

Following !a hearing on November Millan, the Adjutant Generalof mining: operation in, the industry when It comes. 12-27; cloned Nov 28 through House of Representatives! in speed enginesBessent .

3 In Lake Butler, Florida:! has announcedthe Mayor Chitty western part. of the county in The Development Commis\ D..c. 23; open lce. 21 to Jun. Tallahassee Wednesday. The said that his firm

Judge Muiphiee denied the appointment of FranklinL. the next two to five years! was! sion's campaign to secure! a 1. election !oak place among recommended purchase of a
given at the Rotary Club Wednesday poultry processing plant fir Hunters enter the area of 'the because of
request for a temporary InJunction Starling of Starke as a Expected Back may the 70 new members low speed generator
Second Llvetenant In the ) 'by, H. H. Everett, president Bradford.: ,County.wa*! described at 6 a.m. and must leave by House and S.iaw leceivrdthe: i Jon'jer.lire expectancy and
County Attorney of the Bradford" Courtly by Everett, who said that two 6:30 daily. Camping I"i Bails '
Florida) Army National : p.m. support of the Inrue lower HP-keep cost plus the
Shaw defended the case for Guard. He hrs been assignedto On Job SoonMayor Development Authority. prospects are interested and prohibited, end dog, other than County frc'-imnn, delegation. flirt that the proposed engine

the County Commission. Co. C.SSr'i Support Battalion Everett said there were are now conducting studies of bird dogs are not allowed in !In scoring his vlrtoiyRep. will be in constant! use.

the Stai-ke Guard Randal: Chitty will strong: Indication! that such an labor, property available, and the refuge area. Legal game Shaw attended the Utility Superintendent Os-

WorthingtonCivic face a heavy docket of more operation would be establishedin other factor, ''before making a i& buck deer, bear, hogs, squirrel special Legislative organ- car Davis sell the City Bond

Club unit.Lt.. Starling was one of 82 than 60 cases when he returns weatern Bradford or In close final decision.He of quail, turkey, and unprotected Ization session Tuesday and Trustees are scheduled to

candidates recently com- to the office Monday proximity In neighboring Unionor said that the City fur-bearing animals .. remained' for! the Pre-Legls- meet l later this week on the

Bazaar, Nov. 18.19 missioned upon graduatingfrom after a throe. weeks' bout Alachua Counties within the Starke is planning to Install theAuthority's The Game Commission. urgenhunters luture School for freshmen matter, when they will have
and water lines the rightsof
sewer to respect
the Florida Army Na- with double pneumonia. next few years. He said that 27-ucre Ind.us.trlalpark members! whrh! will close some operating. figures from
Worthington Civic Candidate Chitty W'11 stricken more Bradford', private citizens and all management prope.tyowner's
The tional Guard Officer : Friday afternoonSchool Wauchula on 'which to base
Edwards and off
sit Loop hands
on anal I keep
annual than twoveeks with officials should do everything -
Club will hold Its School at Camp Bland- ago public a decision.
also be Improved left in
t that drainage will conwtruction equipment
Bazaar at the club house!' on what was described as a virus possible to see the county
Bus Bids Councilman Neil Tucker
I through the Mosquito the areas by timber crews.
8 Ing.In Infection, and developed Is not "caught short" on providing
Nov. 18 from 4 to
Friday Starlingis
civilian life Lt. Control program. When these Private landowners and timber commented, "A lot of money
p. m., and all day Saturday, assistant! manager of Town pneumonia in both lungs accommodation projects are completed, together companies, working with the Opened TonightSix la/ involved and. while I'm not
after entering the hospital.He an industry, such as was
Nov. 19 starting: at 9:30: a. office in
Finance Company's with an improved road Game Commission make such opposed to expansion of the
In Hsanllton County
returned to his home this experienced Bradford
i m. Starke. through the south portion of lands available to hunters, and surplus power plant, I question some
Floral arrangements needlework wek and is reported "feeling the area, the park will offer sportsmen should shiw appre- County school busses have of the figures listed In theenplneers'
Christmas decorations fine" after several days' re- Everett said tf *iuch an Industry sale by the
I for
everything needed by a .new elation\ ,by leaving the iinds and been put up ; proposal, especial
and other Items suit- Earle Jones cuperation.No la eatablUhd]! here there industry, Everett said. equipment as found. Bradford County School ly the $39,000 for plans and
able for all cccasion gifts will City Court session has will be a heavy demand for ad- Lake Butler ManagementArea Board Bids will be openedat specifications.'

be on display for sale. Elected Head been held 'or three weeks, ditional housing utilities! and STORY HOCK reported 38 deer and two the board's! office on November "We'll take long time on

A spaghetti supper will be and: Assistant Police Chief various other services, as well AT THE LIBRARY turkeys killed on. the first two 17 :at 7 p. m. this matter before we act,"

served l starting at 5:30.: Adult Kenneth Fuqua said there 8A causing stiffer competitionfor days of the season. Most of th? buses are about added Chairman Hurst.

plates, SI : children under 12 Of I IAHI I GroupEarle was a big backlog of cases to the already slim labor "The Ballad. of the Pilgrim 20 years o'.d.: and range In Chairmen Named
SO cents. be heard next Tuesday, market. He said there Is a Cat" will be told at Story
F Jones franchise- fair supply of common labor in Hour Thursday afternoon at Supreme Court capacity from 42 to 60 passengers Committee assignments for

holder for the Holiday Inn of City EmployeesVote the area, but an acute shortageof the Public Library, 3:30: to Applies Brake [Continued On Page Twol!
labor, such as, wouldbe
Starke WM elected president 4:15.: This story tells of a lit-
The Community State of the International Association To Stay needed in operation of this tle girl Prudence Smith, who To DemonstratorsA

Bank of Starke of Holiday Inns at the With ProfessionalStarke type.The smuggles a scandalous trampof civil
that the belated brake on
organization'. 11th annual speaker said a cat aboard the 'Mayflower.
The Florida Bank in Memphis have impact of such an Industry The pilgrims blamed the cat rights demonstrations was applied
Starke city employees Court In.
At would also pinpoint the need by the Supreme
for all the hard luck that i
3 to 1 to retain health l- Tenth rI.Tllwi
Tenn. voted for countywide zoning regulations a decision this. week, upholding i,
Professional plagued them on their voyage
And IAHI represrnts some 1,300 insurance with to avoid) undesirable. conditions the trespass! conviction of
until hundreds of mice threat-
Corporation, according -
Federal Savingsand franchiseholders; who oper- Insurance such as are now being ened their precious seed. Hero- 32 Negro students who demonstrated -
Clerk Merrill
to City in 1963 on the jailhouso Grade
124 additionalinns experienced in. Hamilton Coun
645 innj.
Load Association Edwards. trailer icall, the kitty eats the mice ground In Tallaha. e.
ty, :with eettkfnents
are operated by the par- to and saved the fathers.All decision. can tellhow
Will Be Closed For The Council agreed put springing up all over the area,, pilgrim Only future
ent company: for a total of the insurance up for bids last with little or no regulation. children ages 6 through far this new limit of free

Business 21 769 locations.In month after it was revealed Everett said that local officials 9 and invited.Paper dom of expression will go, but Float yr ; .rn

Thursday November addition to part ownership that city employee family as well aa the general law enforcement authorities! w M .
Thanksgiving DayA ; of the local Inn, Mr. rates under Blue Cross-Blue will now be able to cite the ruling { t !

Legal Holiday Shield were to be raised from as a precedent for applying In
Jones also heads Mississippi 4. 'c
$15.88 to $71.43 per month. and breach of the
Management, inc.; of Jackson Professional submitted the Early Next WeekDue treapoaa
This Space Contributed
laws to demonstrators 1
Miss.; a firm which operates low family LId of $17.72 per peace w
Weekly to Publicize Parade
Community Events by eight Holiday Inns. month. to the traditional Thanksgiving holiday, TheT occupying state property. ; ,
Five of the eight received After some employees expressed ::!'!':sr"pH will be printed on Wednesday next weekinlftead In writing the majority 4

I \ The CommunityState honors at the annual IAHI displeasure over the of the usual publication day, Thursday. ci ion, Justice Hugo Black

Bank Awards Banquet during the proposed switch !It t was decided All correspondents, advertisers, church and civic said, "The State, no less thana

: to let them decide the club reporters are urged to get their copy in to our private owner of property,
Accounts now insuredup conference. matter by vote. As a resultof Another highlight of BUS Homecoming Parade w... thl* 10th
Coats of office at the earliest possible moment, and in no case has power to preserve the prop-
to $13,000 by Innkeeper the poll, about 30 em- Grade float representing; a pirate ihlp complete with Fern dlna
under its control for the
later than afternoon. erty
Starke was named one of the ployees voted to stay with Monday
Federal Deposit Insur- Reach football pUyr hanging from the maxt. The "banting"uui
Professional, while around Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated. ue of which it It lawfully ded-
80 Innkeepers In Ferniuitluia
ance Corp. top nibolle., fur BUS!! hung another victory on
ten voted In favor of Blue icated."
Holiday Inn system. JMudI to asp th .UotUtteoooUix ,fratlviliw.
"I t
1 1 l

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TltTRS'MNOV.. 17. 191iIa' '

I Mr and Mrs. H. E. Smith Mr. and .Irll.' J. D. Hodge Sr.of I Carole Jeannine McRae. Woman's Club alter, who look them through I Gays where moneymaking AlIen-Not'Tliln

and Mrs. James Smith of Wil-4 Palutka visited Mrs.: W. E.!: daughter of Mr and Mrs the plant and briefed then I projects for the coming year

Lstou were Sunday visitors of Middleton on Sunday. Donald F McRae Is enrolledas 'Members Enjoy on operations which produce were discussed I The marriage of Mlnc r

Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson.Mr. Mrs. George Bishop Jr. and first-year student at Southwestern Tour llmenlte, ths chief mineralof The club wlll' sponsor a delta Allen to Ronnie N-, ,'

and Mrs. E. W. Hayes I son, Mike of Cocoa arrived Baptist Theological Blanding the mine. Each guest was bake sale h. front of Can- man will "be an event of s ,' .

visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. .Tuesday to visit her parents, Seminary In Fort Worth Thirty-eight members of given a sample bottle of the ova's and Wlnn Dixie on today JTov. ID: at 7'30 pIn :I1.

Weekly In Ocala Sunday. 'Mr. and (Mrs. A. B. Whitehead Texas. She '6 working toward the Starke Woman's Club product. Saturday, Nov 18. at 9-30: a. the First Baptist Church m:

GLADYS MOOTV Mr. and !Mrs Keith Reeves :sr., through Thanksgiving Mr. the master cf religious edu gathered at the Offcers Clubat Following the tour the m. They will also have n cm- Hampton with a receptl n

Phone 964.0651 and son of Winter Park were Bishop will join the family for cation degree.Mr Camp Blanding last group returned to the Officers wash on Nov: 19 at Goi'd- following! In Fellowship Hall

visiting her parents. Mr. and 'Thanksgiving. and Mrs. N. B. Rosierof Thursday morning where club where appreciationwas man's Gulf Station. All friends and relath (I'k 'of

Miss Winifred: Cottle of Mr. and liraCarl Johns Mrs. N. L Woodburn over the Cindy Comba of Jacksonville 1301 Sealing Street have coffee and doughnuts were extended to Ray Grlffis The board advisors Include the, couple ore> Invited to attend -

Woodbine OU. spent the week- and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lamar weekend. visited her cousin. Brenda Wll- moved back to their former served by Mrs J. A. Griffin, dilver of the bus Mr. Lee the following parents: Mrs. J. .

end with Mr. and Mrs. Leon- Johns and sons visited Mr. :Mrs J. M. Vickers and iams over the weekend. home on W. Call stieet chairman of the Conservation MaJ. Jackson. A. D. Vincent T. Pollard Mrs H. G. BolllnKer -

ard Moore Mrs. Moore and and Mrs. Charles Durkee and daughters of Brunswick. Ga e irL W. A. Stern, MIllS Louise Committee. Mrs. Jerome and Mrs. Or.ffln for makingthe / Mrs. Jack Smith Mrs. Recent

her sister, Mies Cotttle attended family In Tampa on Sunday.Mrs. will be weekend: guests of Mr. Stern attended and the Mrs Jacksonville Paul Hut- City IndicatesGo Johns Mrs. J. D. Odom and tour possible. :1. M, McRse, Mrs. H.r'ouflas Cj Births
the funeral of chins / Mrs L. T, Gay, and V
a cousin. Thomas M. Gorman and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. Mrs. I. N. Breazeile. before
Mr!*. Maude Bennett in Jacksonville and Miss Helen Mennett of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- Symphony at the Civic audi- their trip; through the camp Little Women Mrs D. E. Nettles.JohnsonNewsom'. Bradford County Hospital
night. Slow
torium on Tuesday Policy 'announces the
follownglift. \ ;
on Saturday.Mr. West Palm Beach were week- Rae visited! Dr and Mrs. Mc-
L. The group boarded::! a bus .
Mr. and Mrs.: [ Bobby Taylor .
and Mrs. George Mor- end guests of :Mrs Hazel Rae Jr. in Lake City on Sun- the week- with Truby Lee. State GameWarden Have Fashion ShowThe .' '
and family spent '
rison of Leesburg visit- (Continued From Page Onel '''Irs Floyd E. WTJ -
were Rltch Mrs. J R. Kite the
was Warren as the official guide ',J
end with Mr:: [ and
ing Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mor- Stanley Mathis of Gainesville Mrs. L. R. Kite was" the The first stop was Magnolia Little Women's Club mJ: Starke, a daughter,
rison over the weekend. of the Shoe Taylor in Taylor. the new year were announced held a fashion show at their Miss Patricia Ann, Nov 12.
owner Rack weekend guest of Miss Gertrude Sual bus completed Lake State Park a beautful The marriage of
Miss : Broadway( by Hurst as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- and Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Law- Knabb in Jacksonville. weeks dancing en- spot where boat ramps picnic November meeting at the Elaine Johnson and Clifton Mr.- and Mrs. Russell Ray
a two Johns.
son of Tallahassee were visitingr son were In Tampa Sunday attending I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwardsof gagement In Cleveland Ohio Utilities: Neil Tucker and and dock facilities are provided club house Monday:! night. Newsom will be solemnizedon Thomas: Jacksonville a

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law- the Florida :Fashion Jacksonville were Saturday and is now appearing at the Orle chairman: Mr. Len explained In Members were greeted at Friday Nov. 25. at 8 p. mIn daughter:* Lisa Renee Nov
son from Thursday to Sunday. Marts' Shoe Show held at the visitors of Mr and Mrs Cur- Top Hat Supper Club in Windsor detail the trotectlon by the the door by Martha Dennis the First Methodist: [ 13.

Mrs. Edward Burns returned Floridan Hotel. tis Edwards. Ontario, Canada. : Neil Tucker, chairman state given to all wild life In 1 and Joyce Denmark. ModelIng Churcl-: Starke, with a rece-

last Thu-sday from n Mr. and Mrs. W T. Jackson Mr. and Mrs W. H. Wilker- Mr. and Mrs. John, Simpsonof : One Wiggins! and Ru- the area; the stocking, of fashions from Eagle'sand ption following In Fellowship

month's visit with relatives In Rand children' spent the week- son of Arlington. Va. were Sat- Jacksonville were Monday by Johns lakes and streams with fish Leila's were Betsy Matthews Hal] WTB: niGHT POINT for theHay

Little Rock end Kensett Ark. end in Tampa with Mr. and urday visitors: of Mrs.!! H, L. visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. Vol- Fire: JimmIe McRae chair- And the ever:! watchful eye to Mai Hie Dow ling, Lee All friends and relatives of you write. Come man,)

Mr. and Mrs David Mont- Mrs. P. D. Loudon and Mr. Brownlee and! Mr. and Mrs J. ley Starling. man; Nell 'Tucker and:! Ruby prevent forest fires. Darby i Evelyn Sinclair and the couple ate Invited to at- telert your favorite ESTERBROOK -

gomery and family were In. and Mrs. T. W. Attaway and R. Chasteen Jr. :Mrs.: Billy Harrington and i Johns. The next stop was the Kathy Frees Acting as com- tend. fountain pen. TKLEonrii. -

Lake City Friday night and families Mr. and Jlrs.[ W R. KatmanSr. daughter of Jacksonville were I Sanitary; Ruby Johns.I State Ordinance:! Shop whichIs mentator for the show was I .

Saturday 'visiting their parents Mrs. Jams H. Hall Jr. and 1 of Archer were Tuesday visiting Mrx Gladys Harrington I chairman: Jimmie McRae. operated by the Jsfationa' Marilyn Bellinger program

, Rev. and Mrs. E. F. daughter of Gainesville were visitors of their son-in-law ant on Sunday. and Nell Tinker Guard of Florida At this chairman

Montgomery Sr. and Mr .and weekend daughter. Mr. and Mrs. BobbyL. Bolden RecreationGrip: Wiggins, Jayne Hardy president
: visitors of her parents Mr. and Mis.\ Jerry oolnt the group was joIn?-
MM.! H. L. Tolbert and attended Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bald- Taylor. and sons Bob and George, of chairman; Ruby Johns by MaJ. Robert Jackson who presided over the meeting

the Bri-J-Lake: city win while Mr. Hall was hunt- HALLMARK CiIRi4TM.1S Opalocka spent Tuesday to Jimmie !McPae I'explained the operations o' and Mrs. Myldie-1:! Cuttino NOW YOU

footbaT rame. CARDS General, Business Thursday with their sonrln- Safety: Jimmie McRae : the shops and told of the gave the devotional! Tentatlvj
Russell Young of FloraTiome and Mrs: Seeber Goodman llKlotiM. Quick Imprinting law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. chairman: Ole: Wiggins, and I highest ratings It has: achieved plans! were discussed; for a CAN ENJOYa

was a Saturday visitor of i had as weekend guests service> BullHngtnn'M. X. M. Smith. Nell Tucker. I. year after year. This pro- dance this month and for the

Hazel Hall I Mr and Mrs. J. M. Wiley of Mrs. Ed Preavtt was visitingMr. Mrs\. Hattie :Mae: Fields of Rules Laws & Ordinances: ject alone brings: In an approximate Christmas formal. Several ('or.. SANDERS ---

-1'.t"l'I. Texns. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt in Green Cove Springs has been Nell Tucker chairman; Jim- I payroll of $480.000 monov-maklnn: projects were

--- --.........',................... '..... ......,. ...."."" ,.,." Orlando over the weekend. admitted to the Starke Nurs- mie McRae. end Orle Wig- ; to this area!!, :MaJ. Jack.sor also discussed. RECIPE ,

r :Mrs: Tommy Johns and son ing Hom! gins. said. All of this Is under th During! the social hiur refreshments -
of :Macclenny. were weekend the
Mrll.Vllllum Strict RrqurNt supervision of Col J. A. Griffin were ser-'ed 1 In Kentucky
visitors of Mr. ami :Mrs. J. W. Nettle Tucker: has
former :Mrs Requests! 'VI'I e heard from who Maintenance" officer the sunroo.n from an attractively -

Rit -h.Mr. returned to Starke from GreatLakes Charles Schaefer: and Julian for the Stile Nntiona' appointed table centered .
; an t'Mrc'' "! T H. Slack< and 111., whore her husband
Amer- with Thanksgiving: -
:McRar repiesentlng Guard. centerpiece Fried
au2 ::1.11'. Charles Sawyerof .
:Mr. \ '' stationed at the NavalTraining
COMINGEVENT Staike Mrs.; W. T. Jacksonof : was A Navy ican Legion! Post SB. that the The group was then takerto Marilyn Bollinger '

Baconton, Ga., Mrs. D. C. Center. Con city not proceed with Its planto Lowry Lake which has recently presided:! at the punch bowl
Forehand of Albany, Ga., and Chief struction, he8 Battalion\ now at a Gulf ;' close a toad running next been renamed:!, honor. and Evelyn Sinclair and Chicken

Mrs. T. H. Slade Jr. of Jack- and will leave soon to Legion [now County] Ing Gen. Sumter L. Lowiy o' Joyce Denmark were assist ; a
Port ::Miss,
ant hostesses
attended the organiza- property on like Street Tampa. The speaker's

sonville tional meeting of the Legislature for duty In Viet Nam.Drew Red-I north of We'don. After luncheon at the Of. able held n Horn of Plenty 'It's Finger Lickin' Good
in Tallahassee Tuesday Mr. and They asked! that the 60- ficer's! Club. J. C. Green llled wth assorted fruits and

Tom Slade Jr.' was recently dish are in Wilmington I foot wide road. be left open State Forrester showed slide vegetables.SubDeb. PHONE AHEAD 961.1505)
to -
: Dela. from Monday because of Its usefulness if of the forests In the
elected Republican State Senator I area YOUR ORDER WILL IJE READY)
F from Uuval County. on business. the ccunty courthouse or a Following a: rest period the Club
Mr. and :Mrs.% R. W. GowenJr. Legion home It built on EAT IN OR TAKE OUT
admittances to Bradford new group boarded a bus whict- -
Local and family are moving to Plans ProjectsThe
week the propel fy The original took them on a guided tou1
0 County Hospital this Pernandlna Beach this weekend 1KOI N. Temple .Ive. V. S. $01$ North
Elizabeth: Nas- proposal 1 to close the of DuPont's Trail Ridnf
Include ::1.11'8. where :Mr.. Cow en has Sub Deb Club of
\J J. C. S.ipp ''Mrs. Uor- was based on a request by E. !plant They were met bv A CHARLIE HRASWELL, OwnerManagerSTUmPS
qwi worthy been tian&feried with Container D. Starke met last Thursday at t
Crewsof E. Lewis. Vincent production man-
and Wally
yI o thy Unffls Coipoiatlon of America their clubhouse at the L. T.
Starke; Mrs. Hattie l' klu George W. Roberts, repieentlng -
following a promotion.Mrs.
of Keystone Heights; and W. A.V Anderson entertained /, the County Commission .
C. Townsend of Lake Butler. asked the Council to
at a family birth-
I Col. and :Mrs. J. A. Griffin leave the road open until
dinner on Sunday for
attended a dinner at the Ofti- : the County determines how
he" daughter Mrs! Edward
cer's Club In. St. Augustine the property 1 I. to be used.
Tuesday night honoring :MaJ Schwab of Meirltt Island. After City Attorney George

GREATEST EVER Gen. Joseph, E. Lambert Com- Enjoying:; the affair with Mrs Pierce suapested the City .

manding General of the IV Anderson were Mrs. Schwab'sfamily. take the matter under advisement -

of Birmingham I Mrs. Olive Gregory of ..
Army Corps the Council postponed <
?I PRECHRISTMASSTARTS Gainesville Mrs. Pauline<
action until further
Ala.Mr. Stone and Miss! Mamie Anderson STEP INTO ALL THE NEW
and :Mrs. L. O. Hazen plans are mr.de concerningthe ,
of Airier and Mrs..
:Mr. and :Mrs. V. V. Hazen, Mr. r use of the Legion/ site
Eva Anderson Mrs E M. Davis WINTER STYLES OF
and :Mrs. :M. F. Hazen Mrs. In otherrction the Coun-
/ Albert Lee Crosby
and Everett cil:
A. E. McKinney
SALE Jr., and :Mrs.. Ruth Johnsonof
/ :McKinney attended the Votfd to close an alley In
E. J. Hazen ia Orlando on Block 22 of Temple's Addition :! -
and Mrs. Lee Hunter
Tuesday.Mr. located near the formerLegion PersonalitySHOES
of Walker Ccuntv. Oa. were
and :Mrs Charles White- property.
Sunday afternoon visitors of:
NOV. 25
head of Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. L. A. Davis. -Heard newly appointed
I dinner guests of his par- Civil Defense Director FrankL.
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Dansbyof
\ ents. "11'. and :Mrs. A. B. Whitehead Perry were Sunday visit- Williams pledge 100 per SHOES FOR LADIES

Sr. cent cooperation with the
+ ors of Mr and Mrs. R. C.
Da nsby. ..-. .....- .
The six sons of Mr. and Accepted bids from seven ...,'" .

Mrs. Mack Williams who companies on materials to !:.' ."......f,,.. '
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FOOTBALL IS A GAME hidn't bm together In sev- Install a water system at the 'fI) / ... ..
Industrial Paik. and turned
eral years had a reunion .
over the weekend at the Williams them over to Reynolds. ...' .
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Smith & Hid for evaluationand I.
home Enloylng the occasion -. ,.. .
reconunsrdatlons.! '
were Mack Williams I .... .
but the football itself is not Jr of New City. N. Y., Bennie I Directed! the city attorney .

takes Wllllaim of :Savannah, Ga. to prepare eas- ments :.
round and sometimes
Bob and Frank Williams! of for approval; by the County

"Funny Bounces!" the State Farm. John Williams Commission and the State

of Gainesville\ and Armory Board so that construction ..

Richard Williams of Starke. ofa. sewer line ran .

RESULTS UNCERTAIN! :Mr and Mrs. M. F. Chitty begin! at the! Industrial Park.
e and MM. Chester Hadsock of -Noted that the Assessment J

Lakeland Ga. and Ralph roll for the Green Acres ry.t"1 ....'. .

Chittv of Valaosta. Oa were sewer project can be prepared ''I .
last \VE'dnesdav'Isltors of now that a description ot .." "

Mr and Mrs Randal ChittvMr the property has been ob- -

and! Mrs. David Coatsare tained. CITATION

spending Thursday to -Heard B report from!

Sunday in Biloxi Miss attending Clerk Merrill Edwards that *.. l'IGI"I' KYI: .": SUEDESiics If .A'IC PATKM;:" I.UATHKK:
the General Managers city employees had voted 33 I *" BI.lIKID:

meeting of the Mississippi I- to 13 in favor of the Professional ;
iThis : 1 Management; Inc. Insurance Company AA & I II! $8.99 .
Mr. and Mrs Roy Reddish hospitalization! plan. :5 to 1 10() :5 to J 10() $12

ofVeb1lter were Sunday

overnight guests of :Mrs. Eve ....; "',"
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Baldwin and also visited Mrs. 'O'I'U': ....' 1'\1'11'10"i : 'In'' .
Mary Reddish In the Starke 'I.tc.t'rt: i-i\.i- ;tf. 1iI.r .
Nollr |I.. h"r'Io.v If'1' ( .i'h_' ..:. .;.,,:.
Nursing Home.Mrs. "*', \>'Itlllltll" I'unnnil. old' /I'lUn: ; ..... -., .
Ida OPOIEJO !Is! n par I H,, Cannon, liiiftluuitl' un,1H..-. ..;: i I
tient in Alachua General l 'l Pig tlii!; nolinuniiH" i of tin. .
Hospital ii1iil\Hli, | | known ni 'TI II.: ..!. \ u1 ; I #
'' XIL.I.X." IIM hon hv pljit. ri>- "1
Mrs. R A, Green Jr underwent ..i rili-il, In flat. 11..k 1, |1''If'' 7llrnilfuril s. ?
Is One Reason Why The Game (Is A Crowd Pleaser surrery last Thursday ,.'.."ny Pulill.. J.I; ,
"I'd". \\ |III|| |>< tiiii. >n tinII'"IIK| <.rI'nunlv
In Alachua General Hospital I'n)11111anlnl 4 .., | ,.'IH. HI I Ih.lririciiltir
nioetlnMT" un l 1..11'1..1'' ,
MJr and Mrs. V J Spongier I II. 1111111! to I'IIHH n n.". ImiiMivutHtlnir s
At First Federal We Eliminate The Uncertainty For were In St Augustine! on'' mill. nlmiuli.nlnw ",m"I l tfil/f r,
a IIIMInjin! | plat. :
You And Your Family Accounts Are Insured Up To Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.R. I /H| \\ Illlam Oinn.'n .1'
L. Spenulcr 1"/| Klissu: II ('.."n.."
Loan Insurance Jim Jackson 11.17 :t II'21Platlo
$15,000.00 By The Federal Savings And of Jacksonville tit, r'"I
was a weekend guest of- i

Corporation. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns'at '' '
Notebook $' .30 at theTELEORAI'U. : .. L" < :
their home on Crystal .. n.jc.
<.:\: L. .'-.'''''

Savings and Loan Association Lake.Mrs. Keith OilUnshnm! and I- ,I RASCAL

laughter. Kathy and Mrs. D.
;z- B. Gllllngham of Jacksonville\ THE BRADFORD *.. BLACK DEERTAN GLOVE These! are the BIG SHOES on Campus, smoothly

OF STARKE were last Friday visitors of COUNTY TELEGRAPH TAUPE DEERTAN CLOVE; Styled for any Campus Activity, Class or Social.

Mr. and Mis Guy Sale. WHITE DEERTAN GLOVE; Widths R D

I G. Denmark, Jr. Published every Thursdayat '..
961-0500 Stephen Stocking Tint Deertan Glove
218 North Temple Ave : 99
133 W. Call St. Only
I on of Mr. and Mrs. S G. $1 0.
Sizes AA & 11
Denmark, has been promoted Starke Fla. 32091 $7.99
5 to 10()
to the rank of Staff SergeantIn t

Savings in by the 20th Earn from the First : the ROTC unit at Gordon Second at class Starke postage, Fla. paid

Military College, Barnes\llle.I Tremendous Selection of POLL PARROT Shoes for Children
4 Ga: Rank in the Cadet Corps Subscription Rates:

First Federal Is Proud To Salute The Three Fine Football Teams> I S achieved by academic and In trade area: $3.90: per

In This Area- nllltary I progress of the IndIvidual year; J20O, six month

BRADFORD HIGH-- TORNADOES cadetS E. L. Matthews, editor and '
L. Peek. Jr. will
represent -
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS HIGH-INDIANS I the Florida Bank att I publisher turn s Department Store
r .OO .
Outside trade area: $4
LAKE nUTLER-TIGERS I, ttarke I at the Commercial)I -
J Bankers Fotum In Miami.Nov. per year; $2.25 six\ month*

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!!"'.""V. NOV 17. -l,6flL. ... _.. -. ". ". ",, _. ... . .. ., BR.U>FOnn COUNTY TELTOR.IPn. RTA Rm:. FTOIlTn\ PACE THREB"

Woman's Club o Junior Club !I Bridal Shower Garden Club i\1rs. Anne Kirby Birthday r' Party

I Hears AdvantagesOf oI I., Hears Dr. Day For Miss JohnsonMiss Plans Tree ProjectThe Honored At TeaMrs For Kevin Neel! '

\ Barge CanalThe o Discuss Religions : Elaine Johnson whose Starke Garden Club Anne Kirby of Ire- i Kevin NVel celebrated his

marriage to Clifton Newsomwill met Monday night at the land who visltlni her ,
main advantage of the Dr. Howard M. Day of St. is son sixth' birthday Saturday
Cross Stata Barge Canal, Johns River Junior College, be an c\ent of Nov. 25 home of Mrs. T. I. Mersereau Father Edward Kirby! afternoon when hit' mother, ,

GLADYS MOOTT now under construction, will below was guest ,speaker at the i was honored at a bridal Mrs Paul Raymond gave an through the Chrstmas hoanvs | Mr.s Dan: Neel. wave a party
1'ttanm 964-061 'i cost transportation, mem- Junior Woman's Club meeting shower Wednesday eveningof appropriate Thanksgiving devotional '* was honored' at a tea I for him and ten guests at
r, last week at the home of reading, "I met the last Thursday given
I' bers of the Starke Woman'si Monday night, Nov 7. by mem- i the home of Kevin's 'irareirents. -
Mrs Robert Green. Hostesses Master." iers oi St Edward's Parishat I .
Club were told by Col. A retired Navy Chaplainand ( :MI. and Mrs One
i with :Mrs. Green were Mrs. R. Mrs. A. Russell Norman the home of Mrs. Henry Wiggins.
Thomas E. Cuttlno at theirregular now coordinator of student ,
'' W. Reese Mrs A. G. LoudonJr. presided over the business Strftmelli Hostesses! with inc. your" . ,
meeting Wednesday affaha at SJRJC. Dr
I Ii ., :Sirs Don Pane, and Mrs. meeting. Materials were col-* Mrs. Ste'anelll! Mrs.
/ were prizedwere
games In tin yard: and
last club the'
afternoon of week. Dav spoke to the on
r : Pirr Col. Cuttlno who resides in i different religions of W. M. Smith. lected and arranged for the Richard Richards, Mrs. Peter awardel) to Bo Mathews

1 1t Jacksonville, Is retired from I, world. He nlio! teaches thE'I I Mrs.: Green greeted guests yearbooks which; Miss Delia I' *-i, i "n'mcr. Mi-: 11tlei' and J MTV B.&lock. The re-: ,

the U. S. Army Corps of En- *>s in marriage and the fam- at the door and presented Rosenberg :1.;; preparing Humphries :Mis Fred Taccla. fiC'-hmnnt h.UIc: was: ccntern'l -
I them to the honoree her The club decided: to buy and Mrs. C'arance' Enrhart.Arranueme.u .' '
gineers and i b assistant man- : Bryant-Lee Hy at the university, and is| :'t'i n sheet cake, decor-: :,
mother Mrs. L, A Johnsonof four books for: the library, ; : of marigolds ated with :a Uiree-stase roc-
ager of the Canal Authorityof ;pastor of the Baptist Churchat I
RnlforJ. and her hlster- "Art of Color and Design," and rose were used In .
Florida.He Mr and Mrs Charles Bry- Grandin i: ot fit': :spacemen Ice cream '
presented a film entitled ant of Sta'kc announce the Miss Betty Jane Morganj Mrs\ Jimmy Green. "Book of Lanscape Dsslgn". the patty roams: for the oc- and punch were served by. j!
| Gifts were on display in "Abstract Design" and "How casion. '.I i ..,,, \' I
! "Main:: Street, USA." engagement of their daughter presided over the business p" \hnft\-,. md :Mrs..
the family room and refreshments and Why of Bettor \1 1Steve Weldon Intro- .
showing the 185-mile canal Frances Cclita, to Don- meeting and Mrs. Gene Shaw'' Betty Register
route from the Intercoastal ald A, Lee sen of Mr and 1' gave the devotional. It was were served in the Gardening." Projects and duced the honoree to the 'trio! rhllciier rccni "11 bal- \

it waterway, near Mayport, to, Mrs. Oliver E. Pearson of announced there were two dining room. The table wait awards: were decided for the Kuists( as they arrl'.ed. Irons and paddle balls as \
i I Gainesville. ( covered with a embroidered year. Tree planting to replace The tea table was covered favors '
S the Gulf near Yankeetown. remaining chicken box sales'
will be cutwork ;loth and centered those cut down in the city with a lace cloth and M) s
Wedding plans announced I
The program was underthe :! Nov. 12 and Nov. 16. So far
I later. : with an arrangement of red was selected as a continuing Joe Oissv 'f-rved sifted! hot Mac.lisonViIU '
direction of Mrs. J. A. i they have all been very successful. '
I and white pompoms and car- project. tea from a llver bowl 1 at one(
Griffin, chairman of the .
Mr. And Mrs. Townsend Observe Conservation of Natural Re-, I 1st Baptist WMU Public Affairs nations. 1 April 22-2.1: was the date end of the table, and MisPfleshinper Mrs, Dave P.iulk will conduct -'
Among the guests calllne : selected for the Garden Club ; resided at the the F.)1'rlillfbsion. :
sources committe, who Intro- Mrs. Lavern Outlaw chalrmen'l ;
Golden Wedding With Reunion duced Mrs. Cuttlno and Col. Circles Meet / ced that the film, between the hours seven and 1 Spring Flower Show. Mrs. L. silver coffee service lurlv poiu, ," fr'-m, the', book,
nine o'clock were :Mrs. C. B. :! V. Hardin, flower show Twenty-flve guests wer "nennth, 1:1': Illmalavan" at
Mr. and Mrs H. W. Townsend have had an six of their Cuttlno. Programs on "Modern: Dny the Friendly Stranger: on''' Newsom. 'nether of the', chairman, presented the schedule Invited to call btMwom( th- t tinM: id i :S'l;: I I' I Baptist
Mrs. H. Sale presidedover would start being shown
of Atlanta, Oa. parentsof children together at the Guy Israel" were presented at. three : bridegroom-elect, and daughter for the show. using the ,I hours three :and! five oVlnkfip.shments WMf 111". cm: T'lii'.day'
the business meeting'and Nov. 28 to all schools In
Mrs. A. L. helda time, since the girls .
Crosby Jr. same circles of the First Baptist Vlrwlnia. and Mrs Bessie theme "Gardening in our ": i ; the
i n i'm at'
family reunion at the lake married. Those attending Mrs. L. O. Powell gave Church WMS when they' met Bradford County. She also Ward m-andmothei of the United Stat"- 'I pfti-i" the 1nreLlog. c:. .: '.
cottages of their daughter. besides Mrs. Crosby of 1 the devotional on Thanksgiving Monday:: Nov. 7. announced plans for a pun h. irlp
Mrs. M. E. GILpson\ at Lake Starke. were Mrs M E. Gils- The topic .was presented by clinic during November or ...-- .-.s ,.,. .. -. -- ,
Geneva. son of Jacksonville, Mrs L.I The board recommendedthat Mrs. Paul Raymond at the Ida the earlv pert of DecemberMrs. ry t

The reunion was In honorof V. Lowber Monroe Wash.; a president's pin be, Darby Circle meeting, With ten Elzle! Binders, first THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY! I i
the Golden Wedding anni- Mrs. Norm Prichard RldJ le-1 purchased:! for the use of the. members present. Ice-president reminded'! club I] 1
presidents during their term I i iI members of National Llbra"v Celebrating With Storewide/ Savings/
versary of Mr. and :Mrs.: field Conn.: Miss Claire Nell Brownlee Circle met at the

Towruwud. and was\ held Townsend SaHsburyN.:!. _C,.; I of office and then a past home of :Mrs.: L. F. Dinkins Week and urged! all members ..........
from August:: 10 till 18th at and Mrs. Bill Collins Jenkin.sbure I president's pin be presentedto I where' Mrs Louise enjy introduced 'tt> Join Friends' of the Li 400.......
the Gl1>obons' cottage on Little Ga. Twentythreeof the outgoing president Mrs.'. S. I... Peek Jr.. who brary. cpe' t.C1t ..t -

Lake Johnson, and their their 2B grandchildren Mrs. Fvow Strickland pre- illustrated/ the topln with color Mf'mbrrs1'1'1' rpmlndrto! I nr )
two cottages on nearby lakes. were also present. sented a printed copy of the slides of the Holy" bind, taken stall thlnklnt about the sewing ;:

The reunion reached Its Thosf attending on the budget to the members present 'toy her and! Mr. Peek on a trip contest in February and'' il+ .' I
there 'in 1965. to start maltIng items to en
peak on Sunday, Au If. 14 maternal side of the family
when friends and relatives were Mrs. Townsend's broth- Mrs. V. J. SpengJer. chair Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. presented!! ter. The club will have a
mangfPublicAftair's, reported the topic to the Loren.i I Ep fashion show in January and
gatheredtogether In--else' rf eis-J4e iuv.iUuMin.-At.Tampa.:
the houses fcr a covered dish and on the paternal side that all women of the person Circle at the home of pick the bet from the club

luncheon. Afterwards, the were two sisters, Mrs. George I club had been urged to vote in (Mrs. L. N. Pickering oral was who will compete in the dis
the last election and that a assisted by --Mrs.: L. U. :MorganSr. l trict In February.
Townsend their Kelsey of A\on Park, and +
opened .. and Mrs. Cula Cornn. Till i 1B :\1. Friday
many lovely gifts. Mrs. OersM, Rooney of Mas- \ letter urging the return of Several boxes of clothes
This was the first time sena, N. Y. the prayer to the schoolclassrooms I Ethel! Biggs Circle met with were brought. to this meetingfor \ and Saturday
Mrs. :M. A. Payne on November
had been sent to the State Hospital in
that Mr and.Irs: Townsend
I the proper Mflclals'. 8 at 7:30: p.m. The programon Macclennv. TERRIFIC VALUES! BUY '

Mrs. Clyde Sinclair presented Baptists In Japan was presented A thank you note was read
Cordelia AllenIs St. MarkosVomen the names of three by Mrs.' Marilyn Rob- bv Mrs. Eugene Tanner.

ComplimentedAt Elect OfficersThe women who"f're elected to erts. followed. by group discussion. i Health chairman from L C NOW FOR CHRISTMAS AND SAVE!

membership in the club: Mrs. Crook at Sunlnnd Training )
PartiesMiss Women of St. Mark's William Haas Mrs Jim Lottie Moon Circle met at Center, expressing thanks for, --- 1
\the church at 7:30: Nov.
Church held their Bloodworth, and Mrs War- p.m. the club parties. Another ,
Episcopal 0
for Modern
,8 on
Cordelia Allen whose monthly meeting ren Wlnkler. Miss Amy Pran- a program party was even on Nov 14.
regular Israel presented by :Mrs.
to Ronnie Norman dle and Debra Johns Day :Mrs. Lavern Outhwrnve SLEEVELADIES'
marriage Monday nint at the Parish were Helen / a KNIT LADIES' ROLL-UP
will be an event of Nov. 19 house with Mrs Kenneth introduced as visitors. Crosby brief report of the District BULKY PERMANENT PRESSREG.

has been honored at two Grader and Mrs. W. E. Car- The finance chairman, meeting In Jacksonville on
lovely parties.On ter as hostesses.Mrs. Mrs. Maurice Wingate reported Nursing Council November 3.Mrs. .

Saturday night, Oct. 22 I Carter presided over I that $170 was clearedon Met MondayThe : Chor'es' 1Tut"hes"n SWEATERS SHIRTS

Mrs. Gene Norman and Mrs. the meeting In the absenceof the Smorgasboard held in was elected to serve on the I ORIOU

Harold: Crawford Rave a the president Mrs. P. J. October. She also said that a I Nursing, Advisory Council I Scholarship! committee, The -
bridal shower for Miss Allenat Novak. The members voted:! rummage sale would be held held a luncheon meeting at ;, club voted 1 lo have a dl'nlav t..

the Crawford home in''' to send a donation to St. I the Garden Restaurant at noon |' booth In the Bradford Coun : ::
soon.Mrs. \
Lawtey. Paul McLendon announced 'I ty Fatv. q r G
Mark's Episcopal Church at Monday with Mrs. Arlin Mc- 399 ii
Centering the white linen I Chattahoocha to be used to plans for a Christ- Knight presiding In the absence The following now members 1 .99 <: 1 t
covered refreshment table purchase Christmas !gifts for mas tea to see held in december 1 1of the president, Mrs. P. O.I were( voted into the .
was a her\1't- haped tike top ,' patients in the State Insti Mrs. Sale reported on I Felon. club: Mrs. George Pntten Jr.
ped with a bride doll. tution. the District Four meeting :Mra.: Garl Mathews! presenteda :Mis.. Norman Ketchle Mrs. '

Several games were plaved Plans were made for the held in Jacksonville and flower arrangement to the ; Carol Von Houser Miss Judy Button front and 66 )

during the etenlng and prizes covered dish supper to be showed the group the hat she Garden Restaurant on behalf Ellington Mrs. Katherine I I'Helg rl inspired ./

awarded to the winners. h..M Wednesday night at wore at the mf'etlnqwhich of the Nursing Council. Mrs. Mrs. Pill: Chambers chapel sali' J! .
Among the 65 guests were 6:50.: Mrs. Grider and Mrs. was decorated with strawber- M. F. Hazen. reported that sev. Mrs. Leroy Norman Jr. Mr N ,lyl.'. lovely :

Mrs. E. D. Allen of Hampton Carter are in charge of ar- ries and four leaf clovers to' era! pieces of new equipmenthad Jack Hazen, and Mrs. Bill I |Id colors. Sizes ti//1//

mother of the bri e-elect, rangements.Mrs. represent the Girl Scout Ac- been purchased for the Dodd | 46. t
to <
Mrs. O. J. Norman tivities, which the club en loan closet. 36 ;
and Carter, chairman of Hostesses! for the meeting i ..::"
mother of the bridegroomelect the nominating committee, dorses. were Mrs. Harold Godwin

presented the following slate During the! social hour the Plant Notebook $:?.5<> at the I Mrs. Lnvern Outlaw, and I Choose from solid colors and printsin
The hostesses presentedthe of officers for the coming hostesses served' a dessert TELEGRAPH. :Mrs Gene Shaw. a large selection' of collar Hylei.

honoree:! with a Toast- year. Mrs, Kenneth Grader.I course. I Sires 32 to 38.Ladies' .

master as a memento "i the I president; ; ; Mrs.: Edward-c i i Ladies'Houseshoes
occasion. Flats ;
1 Burns vice president: Mrs.
J. W. Kinca'd. secretary: and I II

Miss from Join the Carter First and.. friends Baptist 1 Mrs. Herbert Thomas, treas- 1 Look! You won't and Sports MEN'S NO-IRON

I urer. They were unanimously'
Church in Hampton: gave! a elected. SPECIAL GROUP
shower for Miss Allen I I \ I Dress Shirts
bridal Rev. R. E. Mac Blain clos- believe the price! 499 VALUES
on Thursday night!! Nov 10 2.99
ed the meeting with
prayer 133
In the church fellowship hall. I II -- --_. I II TO 2.99 I ,
Arrangements: of yellow I
mums were used to advantage NEHA Chapter \ Terrific ..1."ton of brand Spclal groupl? Choose from REG.

!! In hUhllahtlno points of I nw styles and colon. Slits a large selection of newS 'r

Interest in the hall for the Has Founder's Day i, to 10. tyt**and color*. Sizes 5-10. 3.99 : qty
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occasion.Centering UM.Jet -- ------
freshment table van a blue tTht', Jo'lortdACch;:;; ;; I If

satin heart. Serving; refreshments of the National Ex' f itix'p I LADIES'
were Mrs. W, D Car- Housekeepers! Association held | II Ladies9Panties
ter and Mrs. George Ken- a Founder's Dav celebration { I Lounge Robe
last Thurdsay e.vl'n1nA': in the I
nan.Games f club room "of Ramada Inn inGainesville.
with:. prl/ s. and refreshments I & Pajama Set
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were enjoyed I GUARANTEED 1 YEAR ,
during the party hours Guests! on ims occasion were
chapter members, their hinband.i. I 3 <% $

DessertBridgeFor wives, and employers \ DAYS < FOR $1 8 SETCTaiiically
;\fr9. Klrlra Devoe
Hatcher ONLY *
Mrs. er at Holiday Inn hous..keep'l ; styled of nylon tricot. Carps exclusive "Cab-O-Prts" .

Hatcher Sr., Mr. Devoe; Mrs. David Coats, I' t tCHILDREN'S Runproof .anilii J acetate Controlling piping and notched 65% polyester 33% combed pima
Mrs. H. M. ,''I I wife of the administrator of' tricot. Whit and colon. collar. Packaged In Its own color- cotton. Never need ironing. Sue
who has recently moved here Holiday Inn of Starke and Sires 5 through 10. fill travel box. Sins 32 to 40. 14'/j' to 17.

from Pala.ka, was! honoredat I Mrs Lila Caldwell housekeeper j .. .. .
a dcssel.t-bridlle party \ :t."
at Bradford County Hospital i rzesrlfe t
Tuesday:: cvcnng, given by, I for more than eight years at tf.naweif..
Mrs.. L. N. rickermg at her tended from Starke. I .. -alit; 'e3tL1a ,1l M VLF {ed

home on Rpdjrrave: street. Mr, Beulah Ellison of Panama ........- -

decorated The Pickering for the home occasion was City, retired housekeeper of SPECIAL ON 3 DAY SALE ON fri MEN'S CORDUROY ,
Orange :Memorial: Hospital in i i
with arrangments of yellow Orlando waa honored guest and :
chrysanthemums. After sev- conducted a candle-lighting' | BedspreadsREG. Accent Rugs RANCHJACKETS

eral progressions! of cards at ceremony in blue and yellow I
the three tables, prizes: were symbolic of NEHA. I I
I I REG. 1.99 I
awarded.Mrs. Other mate officials of the I 688 2'x3' 1.77
: presentedMrs. f (
organization were In attend 7.99
Hatcher with a personalgift ance.THANKS. REAL : REG. 2.99 2 .56 CARP'S 14 99Wid i iyc
27x48 in. '
as a mementoof thc? LOW PRICE
casion. 'j..? I SPUNKET..th. JIM) ipr ...... REG.3,99 OO .

I bedspread by day, a warm thermal 2'x 6' O.JOThich ,1 .. wale corduroy tailored ,n.

COWBOY BOOTS blanket at night. rugged, tangy look. Warmly li.iad
CONTESSA..individually styled pile; non-skid back. Dtcora- with flatty aiiylic. Sues 34 to 46. I

I ...100% cotton< heavily tua
In appreciation for the generous contributions! ... ...._,__ ___ r "' _J J-va. -

to the Committee for the Free Fish Fry, held November

5, 1966 Mlddteburff: the Clay County r.y
Democratic Executive: Committee wishes to extend reg. to 6.00
Come In To He Given Away Saturday November 19
their grateful thanks to the following Democrats : ,

Register For 4 1 :5:5d; ::: I'.M. Wll1ner'ame Will Me! Tostid -
KIbert: D. Saunders Thomas J, Rivera 'Y

O. J. Murrhee. Sr. Luther E. Wilson\ ? a very sp.cTa! purenat. from a famous matttr makes If pouibU f fe bring you in Carp's Windou.KKCISTKH .

George Carlisle Marvin Green this terrific value In time for Christmas gifting. Your young "ranch hand" will lovo

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Stellar Defense impoitance. A loss or tie
Tornadoes May would knock them from the
top of the het-p.

"Our boys want a crack at
!Force Raiders the Championship again this

Tornadoes Tame ;I year and knew that this one
Tigers Is a must If they are to get

]Into The AirThe that Coach chance David"Hurse.says a happy

He also said, "We will be
Tornadoes will take at top strength for the Raiders -

23-20 In Frantic the field Friday night Andy Mayton had a leg 1\\'
Fray against the Orange Park Injury against Lake City but
Raiders as the leader of the should be able to go full
I Region I State Playoff system sped by game time. Joey
L4 In addition to being the Reese is mending from the
tBy Jim Temple] : reigning State Class "A1 injury he received in the Live
Champions. Oak game and should be
Starke's brilliant Tornadoes, led by a terrific de- ( TORNADO I Needless tc say the game ready. Otherwise the aches

fense, zoomed to top of the heap in the Region 1, Class a will have all the Ingredientsof and pains from the tough

.-A State playoff system by* caging the previously unbeaten a -whiz-ban affair for Big game last week should be
Lake City Tigers 23-20 in a heart-stopping Red. They will not be looking gone."

battle 'before a crowd of 6,000 in Columbia County's [ 1i" past this game because of Its The Raiders come to town

Memorial Stadium last Friday night. TL with an tmpiesslve record.
Trailing 20-16 with 2:04: I has scored 48 points this sea- They have lost only one
left in the game, Wayne Mc- drive. On 4th down and long son.It game while winning 3 and
Leod, who suffered a severe yardage Marlle Sanderson,] was beautiful to watch tying 2 in 8 starts this sea-
case of jitterltts. finally pull- attempted a 25 yard field)I! S Brown in action against the son. The wins include victories -

ed the loose ends of a frus- ,fcoal." The effort was blocked. Larry Brown Area Lineman i I Tiger sensation. Craig BUSbY. over Palatka 7-0, Rickards
trating offensive effort together Tigers Rally 22i! i'Several times throughout the of Tallahassee, Fernandina
and hit Marlle San- Two costly fumbles led to,, T.mtD1o-' i i ball game Brown sent his 6' Beach 9-7, Santa Fe 13-12.
derson, senior end, in the end Lake City scores in the clos- 'Br'Jlrn i A Larry Brown, Starke's 6' 5". this honor. Ha played his best'' 51' frame slamming Into the and P. K. Young of Gaines
''zone for the gamewinning ing 3:52: of the 2nd quarter. I 196 pound senior end, was selected game of the year against our speedster, stopping him for a n Ile.
.touchdown. The first was recovered by The Tornadoes by the Gainesville Sun as toughest opponent." i:loss or no gain. Brown. scored The Raiders will pit Stan
Jim Godwin outplayed
'The action packed fray Roger Klay on the Tiger 41 Leaton Morgan out-thought and outmanneda the Area Lineman of the Week I Brown., the first Negro ever himself on a punt blocked by Forbes 190 pound fullback,

lived up to all expectations: yard line and led to a Tiger They plus. Brown) Led Tornado Defense. Lae! City Tiger ball for his outstanding play against to play for the Tornadoes has: Jim Godwin early In the game. against the tough Tornado
Later in the 4th he
;and kept the beyond-capacity score. club last Friday night to gain the Lake City Tigers last Friday gained the respect of his fel- ''covered a Tiger fumble period Lake re- defense. Raider Quarterback
;crowd In a.. constant state of A> 20( yard; tackle eligible the ball at the Tiger 11 yard to connect on a Johnson to the coveted top-spot in KetContinued night low team members for his rug i City's 12 yard \Hne. on Charles Hug lns likes to keep
shock from the opening klck- pass to Donnle Williams line. Busby bomb but Paul Mc- In making the announcementIn I ged style of play and has sent' I the ball on the ground but
off until the last second had from quarterback Brian McLeod To Sanderson Leod went high in the. air On Next Page] a special article appearing his opponents away empty'I He 'barely missed a TD pass will probably have to resortto
'disappeared from the huge Johnson sparked the TD Three plays netted only 4 and pulled duwn an aerial on in, the Sunday, Nov. 13 issue, handed' when they try to gain' reception, at a crucial point in ,
:'clock at the south end of the drive, which needed a 15 yards and Big Red called the Tornado 3 yard line. I will sUit about 6:30: p.m. the Sun credited Brown witha yardage around Mm. In addition I ithe I 4th quarter. Larry was some type of aerial game
-Held. II yard personal foul penalty time out with a 4th down That's where the ball was Hunters, you are also welcome "Great Defensive Game." to holding down his left I i standing: in the end zone and I this week. The Tornadoes

The more than 2,000 local plus a 5 yard offside penalty, play coming up next. The when the emotionpackedgame I for the dinner. Just Coach David Hurse> had this defensive end position so tight I was hit just as he was receivllng don't take too kindly to an
fans who made the trek to to place the ball on the Tor- most Important play of the' ended. come as you are and Join your, to say about Brown's selection, ly his opponents can't get around the ball. Congratulations opponent when they try to

"the Tiger's den saw a magnlflclent nado 1 yard line and give season developed on the next s'r.1'rl' .TICS .families\ or friends I "Larry is very deserving of, it, the senior flankman I[l to a tough Tornado! stay on the ground. .
display of Big Red's Johnson a chance to sneak it snap of the ball. Marlle San- V'BtItK1: I.c'f I
.defense ability which ac- over for Lake City's first derson, subbing for the Injured First Povnn 12
coimted for 16 points and score. Tommy Pepper's PAT Joey Reese on offense Itll..hlnl"1! ] 2Paitfllnir

;'kept the flashy Tiger offense was good and Lake City broke Into open and was Penalties u)4 2 3 I
;Jammed back against their' trailed 14-7 with 2:12: left in standing all alone when YdN.| (ialnocl Ruah 172 8Vila. M
'own goal line the entire 4th the half.Wayne. Wayne McLeod tossed him Total. Passing Yardage 44 216 141 M I'I LAST HOME GAME

I quarter. It -was this stellar McLeod fumbled on the game-winning 6 pointer. 1'annen Attempt" 17 HI I,
defensive play that set the his own 38 and Klay recovered Pandemonium prevailed for Pauses Completed 4 r

.stage for a spine-tingling, again to spark the second the 2,000 Tornado-, fans as Pawns Fumbles Intercept, 4:1 1 0:!''
4th down pass play from MC- Lake City TD drive. Again Sanderson then calmly boot- Flimhli< I....t 2 ]
Leod to Sanderson which penalties accounted for 20 ed the PAT to put Big Red Punts 4 !r.
yards. of the 38 needed for ahead 23-20. Punting Avg. 32 28Penalties
:covered 8 yards for the TD a.
and gave Big Red- the 3 point touchdown. The scoring Lake City took the ensuing nor: N<'OHK 50 48 Tornadoes Park : t
:margin on the Scoreboard. punch came on a play which kickoff and tried desperately Starke' II 12) 7-21 II VS. Orange
Equally as sensational wasa used up all the time in the

McLeod pass interception with 1:13: by showing Paul half.nle Williams Johnson on again a tackle hit Don-eli- Loop Title Hinges On Final Game

on the clocic::. Paul went up gible pass and Williams bull- : "

in Busby speedster the air the along and heralded came with Craig Tiger down I ed wide.for his the way score.into The the PAT end zone was Between Live Oak And Lake City Friday, November 18 8:00: P. M.

) Busby Strikes
with the ball on the Tornado
1 yard line. From that point Tornado fans sensed the The powerful Florida Star host the Lake City Tigers. I
.BIg Red held on. to the ball drama of the 2nd half kickoff Conference, whose champ was The Tigers will '>be favored,
-and watched the seconds which, featured Craig also the State Class A title- but Coach Will Colley, In/ his BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
:tick away until the final gun Busby the Tiger speedster holder in 1965. has several second season as Bulldog men-

-sounded. on an 80 yard touchdown more games to play before the tor, has won over St. Augustineand .....
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Godwin Brown Morgan burst straight up the middleof 1966 records can be tucked a- Palatka, and played Starkea : :,
1 The first quarter looked the field without a way. But for all practical' 7.7 deadlock. This conference 1 .
-like a run-away for the reigning do hand being put purposes! the title game was! record, along with a 7-1-1 weir :.:
With that and the extra last in does indicate that
: State Class "A" Champsas played Friday might I season not ,- q
Jim Godwin and Leaton point by Pepper Lake City Lake City, when the BHS Tor- the Bulldogs will be any push- 'I -
Morgan broke through the was in command 20-14 From nadoes eked out a 23-20 win over for the Tigers, or any oth- I r
that point on, however, with over Columbia County Tigers. er Class A team. If Live Oak
.beefy Tiger line to block
11:49: remaining in the 3rd Starke, who has not been defeated does win' over Lake City, they
their first
two punting ef- ,
period Lake City was in, the in 23 games dating backto will awn a share of the Star,
forts. Godwin bolted in
hole thanks to the stellar defensive the 1934 season, but suffered Conference along with the Tor :
.. Phillips, Tiger punter to ,
play of the Torna- a blemish on their record nadoes. i, II
-block the first punt the
on when Live Oak handed the St. Augustine fifth memberof
:::Lake City 13 yard line. The does.Demons
five Godwin Tornadoes an unexpected 7-7 the conference, was outside
-ball bounced backward to- Mayton. Tomlinson Brown tie on October 28, won ,the biggame the :family circle and lost a :f
:ward the Tiger goal line when knocked 33-13 to Seabreeze Sand
and Ree.sepouTed In upon Friday they game
-where Tornado end Larry the Tigers the next time they -the Tigers from the undefeated Crabs. All loop teams will be I I .e'S
:;Brown. scooped it up and got the ball and caused a bad ranks. The victory busy this Friday with St. -

-scampered' unmolested across snap to sail over the head of came from the fine play of the i II Augustine treking to Palatkato
H the goal line for the score. punter Ron Phillips Phillips Tornado defensive unit on two : settle the dispute over the
Sanderson booted the chased the ball into the end blocked punts, 'tooth being turn.- cellar position. The Braves
rPAT and Big Red led 7-0 zone and he was brought ed into touchdowns; a safety have a 3-6-0 season record and
With 7:59: showing on the I down by Larry Brown for a which produced two of their St. Augunstine a 0-7-1 while
Scoreboard in the 1st quarter.I two pointer. three points of margin, and a both are 0-3-0 in conference FIGHTING TORNADOES
: Less than 2 minutes had Tigers Fumble final aerial score on a pass I play.The I
-passed in the game when Larry Brown recovered from quarterback Wayne Mc. schedule for Friday: St.
:::;Leaton Morgan, 170 pound Brian Leod to end :Marlie: Sanderson.The .'j Augustine at Palatka. (only
-senior linebacker, broke down the Tiger Johnson's 13 yard fumble line with on victory gives Starke a conference game: ); Live Oak BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULESept.
.the gut and blocked Phillips conference record of three wins at Fernandina Beach; Perry at
-2nd punt. Morgan gathered Big 5 minutes Red could left In not the move game.in and one tie, but they. have to, Lake City; Starke at Orange 16 Baker County 0 Starke 26 Oct. 21 Palatka 6 Starke 40Starke
J:ln the loose pigskin 'and went sweat out one more games before Park.
for the
and the
_10 yards to paydlrt, putting ball on score the Tiger gave 8 yard up line. they have the conferencetitle I Standing (conference games) : Sept.23. Santa Fe 0 Starke 42 Oct. 28 Live Oak 7 7
""Big! Red in front by a two sewed up because Live Starke 30.1; Lake City, 2-1-0;
-touchdown margin. Sanderson was harrassed on a Oak who handed Palatka a I Live Oak, 2-0-1; Palatka, 0-3- Nov. Fernandina 6
4th down pass play on this 0 St. Augustine, 0-3-0. Sept. 30 St. Augustine 0 Starke 39 4 Starke 40
split the uprights and the series 13.7 setback Friday, has a ;

:"utes:core remaining stood 1-4-0 in with the 5 min-first the ball and just was inside unable the to hold goal 2 0-1 Florida Star record and I Lake All City gomes, 7-1-0: Starke; Live, 8.0.1 Oak,, Oct. 7 Orlando Oak Ridge 6 Starke 27 Nov. 11 Lake City 20 Starke 23

:quarter. line.With will not play their final game i 6-1-1; Palatka, 3-6-O; St Augustine
Field Goal Attempt 3:47: left. the Tigers until November 21, when they O-7-1. Oct. 14 New Smyrna 13 Starke 58 Nov. 18 Orange Park HomeThis
been unable to move the
Lake City was unable to ball from near their own goal
:-generate: any kind of offense line and punted out to Billy Films Show cost them the game.
:Zind= punted to Starke as the Belote on the Tiger 44. Belote When asked to comment Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters"Let's --
second period opened. The about the matter. Coach
raced to the Tiger 28 before Made
"J Tornadoes moved the ball to he was dropped. Two plays Tigers Hurse said, The officials

-the Tiger 20 yard line where later the ball was resting on should have caught the infraction Have Another Winning Season" GO TORNADOES HAIL TOT II E CHAMPS
:thelr drive stalled. Randy the Lake City 22 yard line. Illegal PlaysLate but didn't. Maybe
;Joyner, a vork-horse in the From that point a half-the- this will not happen again'' EDWARD'S GROCERY TERWILLEGAR MOTORS H. C. WALL, INC.
tough contest, picked up distance to the goal penaltyfor in the first half of but I am going to be sure
Jmost of the yardage on this interference gave Starke play Lake City pulled two and mention the possibilityto INSURANCE AGENCY
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registered as Democrats and all disenchanted after the clock had stopped Herb Herrei! LET'S GET GOING TEAM: !

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' '\II''''r..'1 I loulnir 1 \illllliM pli-i.,., Sn: i.r. I'M pqulfMiivnl! Ijllllllnu' was pinned to- the ground I Haas for the 2 points the half and 8-0 the I Emery Hazen (, Nannie George Kate H., of Hazen Ocala.;, five; Do""ld smn*
led at
I 1.... Wnld' I "r I .IInIV.' 1 "I'ue1ael''J \\ IHl I full tin.I.:. TORNADO It's: klnda hard to go very far I Cowboys Orlando,
both of
,,, I 1-, I i'''.IIoi.I, I founlgI' I, HlMII'I'I "I l utility 1 flllllMtlMHllltH RECREATION NEWS In tho 3rd quarter the. Pni-keri Services Held H. and Dan C.,
,. with Godwin Joyncr Belote and Richard -
", ldn ulll -ell' t" II" Ilillh" wIdd 1 I 'I got" on the Scoreboard when I .1. Julian! Lakeland
\. 1 1"" I ,""I :N.nmb;. .,.,r : : 1 Imdl'' .I Ix Hv ,'M'l.rs/ :", .X MIHY: MUyton. Morgan: Blown Steve Thomas went in for thee At Plant City S. Hazen, In the US Air
x'0(1.U.( ut' t11 "11111N"rtl \ .It",' t'I li l rk to KmtrU l I T-A-L-E-S Chllson. Reese, Tomlinson Force: three brothers Harley
""I"J" II' hI": ? I I Ih. t' 01 I I II I :in Ut t 1 M 1 I 17 i points. The extra point win Emery, Ha/en n native ofBrooker O.
.j Stancll anj the like putting :\b'n'. Fluff Fuotlmll. .. a" scoreless, 1I stiff shoulder in gut, died Saturday an H., Jacksonville -
(.From Preceding! Page! a you In the first frame Bradfo The second game turned out at the end of the 3rd( quartet Orlando, hospital after a brief Starke; and Ivan
The Tornaaoes were ready B 11 her Shop had l to come frobthlrul to be the 'best of the year ax. 8-6 In: the 4th quartet. Kddic: one sister, Mrs. MyrtleMcKinney
illness.Mr. '
REVOLUTIONARYnew system Tiger feme. oil I game/ that Florida Pest Inti. 7The first up the scoring for the day and lt)03 from Plant City whore giandchildren. held at
control lot| at the end of 1 thc three quartets wel'etrlcUy! I the Cowboys won l'',6, he was a retail merchant for 1 Funeral" services were
The TlneiM couldn't mustera The blocked punts were not Nov 2 Tuesday. InlIt: $:non
Schedule for p.m.
60. could Tuesday
lit quarter defensive as neither team .
i 12 In Orlando. he was
performance! 1st down on their first accidental. They resulted I Pert Control got on the muster a scoring drive. In the 10: : Rams vs Packer, 3::43"! employed years' ut Swann's Pharmacy ,, Primitive Baptist Church, PtaAtCitv. /
series- of plays from scilmmtiie from hotnev.ork aoslKnments! scoiobonrd first when Tom Pal- 4th quarter with just 4 minutes p.m. Colts vs Cowboys 4.30p : with Elders Cramer Crawford I

They only gained 6 being completed by the de- adlno phased 10 yards to Billy ; left In the game Southern Discount I .m. Ho was a 'member of Wiiyfnlr and Littles officiating In-
raids and had to punt. This fen!
proved to be their weakness trying to block punts., rather The extra point was no good' when Kenny: Chitty went into : 17: Cowboys VH Rains, 3C: I:; Aubui! ml II Ir.Surviving. cemetery under direction. of '
Jim Godwin. a defensive demon -, than leuiri. them. they and rent Control took a 6-0 the end zone for the flint score p.m. Colts vs. rackets, 1-10:: I anIns. widow Hawthorne Funeral Home. I

: all night slammed his would have blocked a couple lead. Early In the 2nd quart. of the night. Ricky Bennett p.m. ,
body Into the ball an3:! more I Pest Control( scored again on added. the extra point and Standings: Cowboys ti-0;, ,
1 aslee4wL1.4 w I itched Lairy Brown another u 35 yard' pass Uvtercoptcd t by Southern I Viscount! took the' Packers, 2-3, Colts 2-4 ; Rams
demon pick up the I An Saddest:! In the closing' Hilly 8Ilnfol,('. The extl'l1 I lead 7-0. Conner took the ensuing 14. Stop Wishing Start Buying

loose pigskin: and post the minutes prove the thlnkln"'l point wax no gold and l'est, kkk-off and diovp down ;

.. Tornadoes first score Mo- point to perfection. Contra! led 120.( to DiMcount's. goul line. Stanley I :Men's Vi.ll..jballMen's
ments later Leaton Morgan Tiger!; punt end a fine return Tho hither Boys finally g()ton Miller then went into the. end : Vollc 'b,11, will get unrtcrway -

pulled the same stunt with bv Billy Belote combined to the scoreboard when Phil zone with just 15 seconds. left I! : Tuesday, night Nov ,
one 'xceptlonLeaton plrk- put th ball on the Tiger 28 Klder arorcd on, an 8 yard 1'1111. I on the clock. ,uMiller'u; try for i 22 nt the nrmoiy Anyone Interested AUTO LOANS 1
ed up the ball and scored the yard line In possession of Big The extra point was no Rood they extra point was no, good I In playing should, c on-
P a TD himself. Red- At this point a discussion und Pest Control! led. 120. Pest and Southern Discount won the tact the Recr'allolCl'nt! r this

1 .{ k kA was underway regarding\ : Control had anothar th..1 to'i game 70.Schedule. I I week.
Ty It>- Intel estlnx to note that n 5 yard ponaltv assessmentfor score before the half when for Saturday Nov. I '
of ? Our loan department
I e' hud the ball! on the Barber Hays Plug Ftstludl I ) Dreaming a new car
I Lake City only made! 2 ryes being offsides against 19: i
21 I first downs rushing the BIB Red.=! If the Tigers had Shop's 3 Inch line with t1duwns () Holidiiy Inn VK, Southern Discount In, the first. "l1meTnndllY: can make those dreams come

a entire game A tremendousereiit I taken the penalty they would > left but couldn't scot, fl:30;: )>,111.: iiwtcy vs. night Nov. 14. the Crimson true, quickly See us for an Auto Loanat

8.t to Cot: (o'h Griffith's: defensive have had viother chance at The Barkers then !scoiecl on H Doyle Conner Ins, 8 p.m. Tide trounced the Rebels, 6338.OrcA' low bank rates. You can enjoy the
from Phil
60 yard pass play Reddish rd| the- Tide run.
1 puntlnz the hall from their
stalwarts on the Tornado Standings: L a\\tev. 5-0; Conner -
0 Elder to Bill Nelnon.-: The ex- nlng for 5 I) touchdowns andpassing advantages of paying cash when you
\ own 13 yarl line. Donnle-
line Two other first Discount 2-
3-2 Southern ;
e "owns crone via pissing and Williams Tiger defensive tea point was no good and the 3; Holiday; Inn O.Ii.1"lalr for 3, Joe Kaufman buy and the pleasure of driving J
score was tied 12-12 at the hal, had 3 TDI I Hnvld Silcox 1, and
captain: thinking over that Come in and
2 by penalties In the crucial was new car right away.
Peat! Coi In the
In the Brd quarter. Frank Hardy 1 to help
the decision when Jim God
4th quarter while Big Red "nnIlN.III talk it There's
40 yard over. no obligation.
on a
trol scored again scoring.' Willlnms Scogginspaced !:
was trying to ram In the win. Tornado co-captain was 'I lust wrek'H the
only a beautiful, patented pass from Puludlno to Senior games the. Rebels with 3 TDs1while
winning' scoie. the vaunted heard to sav "Take the pen- continued their winning -
was no good Dodd and Divli
The extra point Bobby'
Tiger of.fei.slve machine! alty and tint: will give us and became the' deciding fact< 1 WAYS by taking two games Penoyer added, could not muster- enough! anr>thr rhanr to block the and remain undefeated through .
the Barb< clone the Federal Deposit Insurnnce
of the game an game was never o* \ $15,000 Ity
r>mt" The took the I
Tigers I'
for threat at 6.
/ even a '
Shop back In the 4'quarter Tide a 39-13 ioi.
1 came Crimson ran up Corpora I
OIL HOME HEATER a 1st down.Offensively. play and BU Red was In and scored on a 1 20 In Tuesday action the Pack. half time score
business- at the Titter 28. I Phil Elder I toBu.hop. era dcfcited' the Colts In a hih1W01'lnK / I ,
gives so much wonderful comfort from which yard pass" from In the net ami prune, which:
point they
Bi-t Red oiled! Phil hid game 30-20 Steve ..
fo a total olfenslve effort of 1 marched hi. for the game I to D. Elder for I, Tluimn-M led the Packers with was a lot closer, the font.vquenked
then passed the Green Hornets
172 yards .11"1! 12 1st "owns I winning 77]. the g-amowlnnlng extm polo ,,3 touchdowns and Tommie Reddish 32-26. McCrnry by was the difference
Ot'T. I"NSF.U the Colta with two.
Rambling Randy Jovner
new heating comfortThis The win for the Barbers pWlhestheir as) he scored 1 TD and
truck for 7> nerds of this on While the Tornado:! team Is I ,record to 5 wins and 0 The second game was strictly : for 3 J. :Moore
new Sietfler Oil Heater Is all new. from the inside 11! cn-r'es' V.;''i 1'1t< a show for I not large/ as football teams luaso5. a defensive battle betweenthe scored posted two TDa more.and VV Crows

out! The entire walls of the inner unit create "upcr thp 165 pound senior fullback go they have an extra The Berond game bctweu Cowboys und the Rams by scored two to give the Goats!/, .
heat tubes that surround the flame. The result is against( a Tiger line amount of desire, deteimlnatton. Sinclair. Oil and Baldwin: Chevrolet the !score of 8-0. The Colts' their second straight win. The.
more heat over your floor more fuel savings, and which averaged well over 210 gut and skill No better- was not played due to a score came on a 20-yard run by Coats led at the half. 137.
undreamed of heating comfort. Why put up with an"cxpensive" txmnds per<< r-an. The blockinir evidence- cnn 'be found to forfeit by Baldwin Chevrolet, I Tommie Reddish In the second
cheap heater when a Siegler will pay fur of the offensive line was, prove this point than the all- With Jiut one more game' quarter. Reddish then passed Standings: Goats, 2-0; Green
to Ken Fuqua for the 2 point Hornets! 1-1; Tide 1-1; Rebels HOME: OWNEDHOME- : OPERATED 1)1
it ImpOrtant 4th period last HCILSOI,
itself with the fuel saVeR better than expected as noted left In the regular 1 .
by Coach: Mike- Sexton. Friday night the standings ara aa follow: conversion und that ended the 02.THK

new styling Even Donn'e Williams! the I I Bradford Barbers 5-0; Sir I scoring, : for the day. I The Community State BankOF
In tho second the Cowboys
Clean trim lines with a "picture frame" front. The Tlcet's terrific linebacker I icmember the 1964 name: clair Oil, 3-2; Pent Control!, 3-2: game I RIGHT POINT for the
genuine porcelain enamel is rich cordovan with bright was pushed out of the play' in Lake Cite when we drove, Baldwin Chevrolet 0-0. I won their 6th straight by i May you. writs Cone; In nail

gold trim. This Siegler!; will be the handsomest and most of the nlnht I the ball to the Tigers 3 yard I In Tuesday nights/ action ,I defeating die Blalock the scored Packers in 11-6.the first.:dI select sour favorite F. T"R.: STARKEMEMBER
'I line and: were poised ready to Barber Shop won I BROOK fountain TELE-
warmest friend in your homo! OUTTIIOt'GHTEvidence I Bradford 'quarter to put the Cowboys pen. : I F. I). I. C.
is abundant that jam In the co-ahead TD. A their 8th game of the cease \ GKAPif.
: In backfield killed coming' to an I1 Town mlx-tro .he With' the season \
see a SIEGLER soon at"IT'S Blot Red:! came: to Tiller I
caused and Pest Control -
with their football think capsquarl'ly a 3rd down and a end, Sinclair Oil
3 yard loss en the play. The are tied for second place<
In the right position -
A FACT YOU CAN DO HETTEH AT" The speedster Craig 4th down play was stoppedon und l will have a play-off on "

the Tiger 2 yard line. Saturday Nov. 20.Kantuin STARKE
Busbv was corralled and allowed : BALDWIN CHEVROLET -
Denmark Furniture Company only 44 yards offense From that poslton, 98 yard?, -
Lake City Football.
except for the 80 yard TD run from the goal line, ,
kickoff of drove the ball all the way \ In the first game LnwL)
with the opir.lnst
Streeet Phone 964-1321 for their third Inlet Holiday Inn and woundon i Ul t
431 W. Call the 2nd half. Otherwise, he I down and:! over
of 21-0 s'ore
the long end a
I The first half wan scoreless a'' Demonstrators

1 Ijiwtoy, without the services 01I .ft 4g.4-2'A.:
t.holl'We quurU'iljiick/ Joe)
HARVEST 0 SAVINGS SALE! I Bennett couldn't get their of. _
Estabkb.hedf904 ,J i fense going. Bubba Bennu! USED CARS 4 .rZP"TRUCKS

(started at the qimrterbiu .
Badcef'JtfIRNI1UR LIVING ROOM OUTFITS Blot and in tho second huH i r
town und moved his "
settled ,
( and AFFLUNCK team to thieo touchdown, ../ /; -
oul y.
Holiday Inn played an '
standing 1st half, putting thprcaaurc TRACTOR :
LT ii on Bennett and held I
i eleven I ITD
--- the strong Lawtey


$$13995 -

ThhII'IHre' different last THESE DEMONSTRATORS
week. The '31 eat defensive el-

foil of the Bin Red forwai

.R4 -r. r..w.ar 7/I"s" oost a a a+ ;" Tigers wall to pinned' their own the goal might(line '66 IMPALA 4-DR.

DOWN t w and would not let them out, 66 IMPALA 2-DR. 66 Impala Sp. Cpe.

.. 2 Piece LIVING ROOM SUITED A sustained Lake City drive
I and
V '2" jf consequence would With Full Power And Air ('and.. Yel- Sports Sedan Full Power
Embossed Expanded Vinyl Cover of any II. 1'., Full PowerlurtH: >n Air Cond., White With Black
WEEK all they ncede;
+ 54" SETTEE M SOfABED SUIT l Indud.. CoUrftlTUKQ. have bren the Black Interior, Air C'nnd. low, With Black: Interior. Interior
SEWN FOAM ON SACK and ARMS MATCHING ARM CHAIR OK.TAN could have kept possesslo
Oil VI and used up the time remain i ? 1'11

BROWN on the Scoreboard clock
Big Red would have been denied r .
another bid for th

Distinctive and Impressive "Enchantment" by GAINESWe State Class" "A" Champion,

individuality ship. They couMn't.' becau These Demonstrators Have Been Thoroughly Reconditioned
thin handsome !sofa' and chair. If gnu price defensive work
subtle beauty to cover of !nome great!
and '
fabrics' !
.cho-se durable appreciate the beauty and outstanding comfort of the and smart ,all playlnR-/ The Savings Fantastic.
and e\traordinar tate constructed, you'll Choose jour, color and enrich jour, hfmelth afresh Though smaller, we sUlI I And Like New In Appearance. ,

"cloud Mft"!' foam in this quality group. outmanned themWAYNK ,

new look. : :MCl.EOn

Wayne had his problems-

dldn't signal he? But caller the/ ranay cam senIor OK USED CAR SPECIAL PRICED *

through In the clutch wit

L; had think the: confidence the Bnm hi"-yr\\'innlrm on that the toss Wavn tear 1 65 IMPALA 4-DR. '65 FORD L. T. D. '64 CHEV. IMPALA

could: do It. I know Coati l lHur ,
had confidence in the 2 Door Hardtop Full Power, I I-Door) Hardtop, l'owersteering
quarterback who has guise i<1 Hardtop. Full. 1'ov.er I Air ond. Air Cond., One Owner Like And Urakc! Auto. Trans., Com-

't1d1 i r"q 1 his champions to an unde SPECIAL PRICE New. fortilt Steering.

paled" neaio i and still dop;, SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE
Wayne had cone an excellen
lob this yeur In ovprC'omln/C/
the moat noticeable of all hh $1895
... $2195 $1895
0711 .Yi.: problems inexperience!

Beige Turq. : It's too bad he" could no -

Cold; Olne have played fli a sophomon
And Junior. !-ut he didn't His'

2 PC. LIVING ROOM Gaines lone fiari: for work hln:and what desire most have( SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE '

$$199.95 juarterbackn need! 2 or ;3
:3 Cushion Sofa Matching Chair to accomplish.. Wavn
Hiscuit tufted hack and arms! on OF. rears arrted the ball 8 times 1965 % TON CHEV. PICK-UP 1948 FORD TRACTOR

sofa Rnd chair. Hnennble T $20) I Down $3" A Week, TENNESSEEVisit iitalnst Lake. City and gained

cushion. Skirted base.! 14 :yards, p'u! picking up a Short Wheel Haute!' Fleet Side Full Air Brakes, Heater Air

f couple of badly needed first ".R Engine Std. Trans.. I Radio Horns, Almost''' New Tires.:New

lowni, It's true he fumbled set up, Heater t 1K.OOO! Actual :Miles- $1795 Paint. This Tractor Is Ready $795
Feet of BargainsIn And those Stands Knee Deep In Rubber. To Don) .' Job For You.
Our Second Floor --- Ove r 7,500 Square Fleer TD>! but they< would:! .. ,
ic'-er hive scored if the of- Clean As :New

Fine Furniture For Your Home. Iclal had: ( noticed 5 men In
the tackle
tt!tw backfield on


Big Red 'Alii tide the Raids 4ii _
STORE out of tcvr/ > this week In
| a breeze as tllPV' warm UP for U.S.I01: NORTH., STARKE. FLORIDA PHONE: 961-3900) ,
YAUN PHONE 961.2111 LUburndale The score. 30.0.

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3-Cases: Set worker l KYcd Blorkcr. pleadednot oil with breakIng! and enteringand I Songs' All ,iMji'MiHlM. ImvluHT claimM I oriloinniKla Kor, Tliii KlHrHl$ I Your. KnilnlH" : .. \orirtoi.: .' I'rI.'l'l4)'w: i iNockit 'r1smuls '"
guilty; to churgcs of assault ,. grand larceny at Leila's' With' Your C CBy bunty Agent ; I'I a gal 104L t lll. VHtiilu' nl'ftumupl .0'.inlirr. an I Illtlll'' :<< "I'sit: 'U."I"'I'IOI N

with Intent to murder \ Dress Shop last Decemebr 7.I I You I I UofMMiljorg:. u'k/it' Mum' HKC'KII'Tacnxh : J;:/ ", IN lie'eLy iclvtin, tllMl

For Circuit :\ Simon Henry :Mitchell: (\ Sr. with five years probation. ROHmb..rw. tlereatMMl, ers< h..re- Bllllln, urtulier 1 J. 1D6RlnviNtmint the undvrHltfiivtl. pursuant to
C. T. by nolirifil mill "rviiilreil| to filellii'lr the "Flrtltloim Name statute.
a pistol last August 20. The'I Arthur W. Brock and :lartha: ItuggIneratoJ IN : I flalnm, In the ..tn.... of $31 2,057.744. Italunrv. Orti her. Chapter. :e",. 20I5I.!':;: Laws of

Court Trial \ defendant wns Judged to be Insolvent :Moore Gutherie. charged' with It U mustard and interest last roi lli.* County .'""ar" of nruiKortl 1 1I""I'Y. I I. I nUB Klorldii. 1B4I. IIH uinomleil. bythapti.r
1 turnip1, some ( ( Kltirltlit, I In I Ii.* CoiinLy N... 26760) Lnw ofriiirlclii
] and the couit five F HI I ItiMeliHH I KriMii All 111(111 *
appointed bigamy August 8. 19l5 i r'eN
i greens time in Bradford,I Monday afternoon. The first I IV ,Court 1 I I luiimHI, I I i4ta' rkr. pli.rlilii.} '1.410.1153.H2 I Ili'St;;1 t. usIng. "'",'UOll88G.II
Three cases were set for trial As..t. Public Defender Gene years probation. County. A bit of pork flavor official session Is Monday Ill It.. wlllilti Mix riilondiir, ,innniltH fi i HIMIlif Trnimfcrii. !}, Klofhta. Mtatllt.-n.. will

.on Novombor, 22 when the fall Show to represent him. i l Denipney Larry Rntoy 31 ing Is all right; for a little I Nov. 28. at 7:30: p. m. It will 1""HHimicI' ) 1 I iliitr, ,uf t the, firm" iwnlli'ii- I Toml' I Avnlliil.le& S l,5.13.711.4 Ill$I I'oii'hrs "rKlHLur with tho clvrk uf the.
In other William\ : llitn nf thin mitl 'i>, or tilt HHIIU Circuit (Court In niul for Uradrord
proceeding charged with bigamy was given ",oKj| | \ I'liyHlilp "i'4tiihni'' |
term of circuit court was variety In taste but not absolutely be In the Civil Defense I will''' !h"< ",,,> \,,1,1! a,' '..r''nlt''' to :an. County. Klorlda. upon receipt
De >
Ivan Saxon 18
sounded Monday by Judge 111 pleaded two yearn probation. i I necessary to be good. Building at the fairgrounds.Call % )' Telegraph'I: ''h.' ))11\\'. I Total $1.553.741.61.KXPK.VIllTlTHEH' of proof of publication of
guilty to charges of larceny ofa The court heard probation |I Thin ;NiiviMMlKT:, 7th 1 1IMI6.HI thin notice. the fiolltlounnuine
L Patten. : ;: (
forgo; I could tell about other good Extension Home Econ ,
motorcycle owned by Angelina violation. charges against: :Marion i I I / I.con RuH.tnl>er" I Exp..ndllur.. I For All I'tir- ., to-wlt:
The cases were as follows: I' 1 farm foods we have here. but omics office for additional :I Kxn': illi.r" of tin- I I'jHtlltint: .ARTl-ftY SAI(ICS.; tinder
L.. DicahJlo) \ l.tst October been 1 1I3.0lB.11a'rr..nMh'I'M !
: U. Crewsvho had IJ.a'"
Claude Myers: and his wife. believe I gain: weight just:I Inf 01 nation or just be thereon I : !SaimiH, ., ,, ) KoXfiiuri'K, ak/a| / HaniH..Ills / .. which It In In business In th.
.lossie Lee Myers charged: with Saxon waived the right to placed\! under five years. probation talking about it. the 28th.LIBRARY. 1t..I1..FC. rM'I., Total. RxpenilltureM. And city nf Htarke.'' Florida.That .

iosHe sion of moonshine whlakv. council. The court after for the Leila Dies., Shop I : {; V KnltfluStarUc '/"IIOr..,'. 11 3.01.IiK! : th. port Inter"81"t In
| About flv; weeks ago dur- ) FloridaAttorney,
checking his record adjudged break-In. ("null Itil laji..-,- ".Sfptt-inlivr I :<(ll.lilllll '. nnld, busIness enterprise, la AHfollowa .
pleaded not guut.The for r.xcmtorI
ing a check up. my doctorinstructed NEWS I i : s I 1.111111..116..1.In"'Hlm..nl( .. I :
him and sentenced him I revoked the
Tatten Ra
guilty Judge I t ''Hi' 41 12'I .
court ruled they are financially.iblf .
nir, to reduce my I I I Its Il TIi'* Seliti'inI.II Hld-DAD JlrANI'FACTI'ntNU -
., to provide an attorney intheir to three years with the reeommcndntion new chnrge.! and continued, pro- j .- .444. 11I1I!' COMPANY.: INC' o corporation
de.fenae that he be si-jit bation. when It was determined : welwht.! On the way home I Among the new books at the or [Iii i"|lii ti. I i\pimHttireK.: ,, And 1 i Total' ".::;::, '.HJ.tI1.; 1$1l1rke. Florida.5t' ,
to the Correctional Institute that CrewH' only offense had bought six. .<0 ounce cans of I Starke Public Library are: I II il.ililll: V.KnncU. \\ Uf The It 1117 IJq"",. lUll 12/18
Peter JoHeph Nadilo. 35. I IK..iirt, ,i'I'' di'inty" <',"flOilINIoil-,
grapefruit Julre. Three weeks I House The Cliff D.'
on .
II t Apalachee.The Ilbee.n to move without notifying tli mil1..nI, County. l'lorliliiA .
not to '
pleaded guilty charges I -i <
later I went back and. I hadgalnl'd Stevenson; Early Life of E'I I -iir
court officer James Blood-
of breaking'Into C. W. Thomas granted probation. probation I ANNOUNCEMENT:
four What Hind S. Jameson All
the basis of InvestIgations pounds. en ; .
Restaurant last October 9 with on presentence worth.
in the following A number of condemnationfor I'm trying *o say is that The Family -- O'Connor; Eas SAFE-BUY REAL ESTATE AGENCYAnnouncvtH
intent to commit misde- Case Record From
A caries: rlBhts-of-way be heatd grapefruit juice will not kill Esw, ,',[ein Kindt H. Golden: AChiropractor's
:neanor. I Gor- with plcunnre. the appointment[ of :Mr. Edvllrd -
Diane the gaining power of corn The Boston Strangler File
Ruth Hardy 17 churg- next Monday.: [
A 42-year-old pulpwood I bread and sweet potatoes aid Frank: and The Secret \ C. Walnwrlght as. Its .Hole representative at Starke,

Surrender Allen Dulles. Cane: No. 4200 Florida und Hurrour.dln territory.Mr. .
along with mustard and
CORRECTIONAn Just a few of the record albums A Icily 42 yearn old Buffered, an IndtiHtrlal ncrlilent In Wainwright und the SAFK-Hl'Y: AGENCY emit.
Item In last week's Telegraph I turnips. rentier, valuabl service to thin of
February 1M7.! I'atlent' peMi and upper Npliie WIIH Injured a section the state by
check out att.he
stated that Leo DeSue It i is also mole-cricket time you may In "','..r!! fall. Since that time .nhe had C'nmplulned of (rupable, tniHtvvort.hy. anil, experienced, service<< In Ilntlnfr

Florida Theatre faces charg-'s of withholding in newly planted: clover and Library: a severe low hack pain' and impaired breathing. The pa .Knowing" advertising. until? Helllnc all ty|.... of real ewtute.
rye pastures.! You will see Twelve Great Songs of All Take advantage of SFEDV'n scv's national ad-|
support In Circuit Court. tl..t3.. hospitalised, luul told that nil cnunr. could be "
The defenadcnt should have thin spots or browning spots Time Clebunoff and his or- found for !I'r Myniptom.s.. vcrtlMlnjr program that reuchcM<< hundreds of thousand*

ben listed Jr. and maybe wonder what may chestra: West Side Story' Under Chlropnwtlc pure nrlentlflr Instrument revejilol of prospective buyers dally.
as Leo DeSue.
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday: 3:00: : be causing It We have looked : I music by Leonard Bernstein; .n nerve prewnre In the upper spine and un X-ray No Charge for Listing: or Advertising

Saturday 1:00: (',\UU OK THANKS: at several I and found that Near You -" Rober Williams, ; examination r "'"IIo'd u separation of two of the pelKt'onrs. Vhrn you want to buy or .Hell\ real estate.
]i mole-crickets had been at My Pair Lady music by Because. nf the roiuttant pain the patient's blondpriwmre s..... Call or Write

Friday Saturday November 18, 1 11!) We wish to express our deep j I I II work. You will find the Frederick Lowe; A Golden .. HUH 171. Following the first chiropractic uiljusl- SAFE-BUY REAL ESTATE AGENCY

gratitude to our (many friends around kindu or hon Treasury of Concert Favorites nunt the Mood) prpHHiirp dropped to 136, "breathing was Edwards C. Wainwright, Representative
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM: for their kindness' duilng. the spongy The London Festival Orchestra Improved unit the low hiick1: pain, partially rHIexwl
I l\I lecrlcket.Iw"rk P. O. BOY S38 Stark3, Florida 82001Offlc
ey-combed. :>
loss of our husband: and father. A Star Is Born Thin patient. IIIIH.. not Ion dlsnilsH-d. but lint.. madeniarked
; ( In 7
lust! under the surface ? liiwtey mIles northeast of !Starke. Lot'ated
THEY LIVE FROM SPINOUT TO CRACK UP j f The many beautiful flowers 1'eo'S and cutting 1 Judy Garland, ; A Chopin liecltul linnrovfiiiriit In u Mhtirt. time.A on :301 und State 22.1.: 8-" tdock from town renter.)
disturbing : I'tiblio Service of N. K.: I'In. fhirupriu-tur,ii
of foo l. and other
< -
[ ; [LON gifts expressions Alexander" Brailowaky, ; PHONE: : 53S-2H31:
; thp roots of I hi plants.
I ; i
: of sympathy will long be
BREllR.lL lII. From farm supnlv: st-ires
I remembered. The Wadsworth ---- --------- -------- ----------- -------

'.UA.AfOO.""CA..... .'T I I family. you can purchase moIe-crJket:
bait. This bait has a proper L
',,'"- :: 1 i Insecticide' like chlordane.I

mixed with\ p filler. Broad II

cast! about 30 pounds per acre

Also 301 and you will\ kill\ the crickets. I RtSlldj"

Better results will be had If

r DRIVE-IN It rain= uft'-r upqllcnilon! of I ,

the bait. This gQh It down :
onto tho soil. M:>Je.crlcketll1'0 I

BRANDO COMER SAXONAPPALOOSA (Wl7:041: \ k during! )! the night and I II

SHOW TIME 7:15: hide Jxirlns: the day. If you :2V words or leu*. one Insertion Memorial. Ke ulutlun etc IllNplay Ads In Clawltled Se<'tl_

THE I use a mole.c: Icket bait b? minimum charge) ----_--------- 1.00 Per word ____________.________ ."3 91.60 per Inch-flrtt Insertluo.

ADMISSIONAdults sure to check in with the If not paid In udvaace __________ 1.25

_,TECHNICOLOR i 75c Students I dealer or with us about graz Cord of Thanks' : Up to :20 words
l 6C1t'l Keyed! (coded or blind a..UinlnJinum $1.25 per Inch after tint Inwrtlun.
Children Under 12 ing. This is If bait is appliedto (minimum charge) _____ 'i.SO(;
( cJutrgv) __________ 1.26 ---------

SunS, :Man.( Tu s. November 20, 21, 22 old pasture. Each uduUtioniU word o\er 20______ .03 Over SO words! p..rortl...__ _____ .03
Fri., Sat.. Sun Had a call from Mrs. Clyde .

r No\'. 18, 19. 20 Rahme and learne-l that she Insurance Problems?! HASTINGS MATTKESS LNSl'KANCKAT :' : : IK YOU NEED': an apartment BE SURE TO SEE WORLD

8IGGE9TCOVN7liYAl Oouble Feature Program! has some mtahtly good & UPHOLSTERY WORKS: RElU'CKIt KATES 01' huu.se. See W. H. Nollman, BOOK before buying any
strawberry plants available .?.all the Man From I
710 Lemon St. PalatkuFurniture : AUTO FIRE BO\T 510 N. Cherry St. Reasonable other ency opedJa. M. A.
now They me on new land "KEYSTONE"George DOYLE E. (;OSSF.RLVSUUA1"iCE I
I Payne, your local representa.
EVEt' 1HE MIRISCH! CORPORATION f and tlll i in good' : growing Repaired
tlAMBO/EE BLAKE EDWARDS wtum condition. A good source If E. LaRue Upholstered & Refinished i ( uchg FOR SALE or leaseLarge tive since 1 1954. Box 6M.i .

I II vou need more o'ants ty: fin K'-ystone Height : MATTRESSES REBUILTNew :3 bedroom frame house. corner i Phone 964-6792. Men*
I II I lot. Fenced back yard, new
r / For Your
FIlMED -What did I ish 0- to reset. Her telephoneIs Consultant All Innersprinjrs roof. 746. Westmoreland St.

I 069-1571. Insurance NeedsRepresenting : and Box SpringsDrop !! f MARY CARTERPAiNTS or phone 904-6864. tfchg i Myers Power Tool)
t I I Just read that A?l'l-"Allol-
: 711\\1\ 111; A Card or Call Area Headquarter. For
ANDS'1JGIN': : lead all sectors of Flor-
I<\\N r ness Great American Ins. Co. I'ALATKA EA 5-916U HEATER CLEANING Laniunowera Power ?weMCulluch _

'S.t\1iC\ L tit\S: VUt: ;QUNL ; a economy value of with over four an mil-annual Tl>>! Travelers In*. Co. MKS. PEGGY SllAI.IFU: FOR Contact Allen Brothers phone II Chain Saws

,vJ Tel. 473-4692 Day 210 E. AJkliM! St. I 9G9-1681.\ 4tchg 11 17 Pumps &: Water Sy.teiaaBrlgn
/ 'Ion dollars.
oS '
COa..E'f'YALL \\, 473-4325 Niles Starke Agent : Stnttton Engknsa
Our Bradford Count Extension !
J,1 PAlAVISaN"J / / Auto LIre Home Business I Line I Rental Sale 3 rvlo. .
Homemaker CouncilIs Complete CHRISTMAS GIFTS: Catalog
t ( "CUNIIED ARIISIS : Plan I 230 N.E.: 18th Ave.Oaln8'I1I. .
MonJhly' Payment .
J taken Wholesale.
r snonsorlnT) a four session j ofPAINTS orders on .
course on Defensive Driving. TV', Toys. Electric Shavers: 1183111tfcft&
PLUS Machine work. ANDSUPPLIES ,
built to order. : .
I attended th Introductory Lnmps Clocks Radios.fol"cp.
ONE STOP Boat Motor and Pump repllrsBrown's
.sslon. and can tell )you thatit oly. Furniture Toasters. Tt'<>
YouVcnetrhattIlster 1 will\ be mlahtv well worth MASONRY SERVICE Repair Shop Rt. 1, etc. WANTED Pulpwood and

T' : beats or seen wilder/ fu n t tI taking. You probably have Box 363 Starke (Ktnzsley For All_ Purposes Anything from A to Z. You I saw timber. Contact me at

ftI\S"U\l heard Sgt. Crawford on radio u..advll: : *>c. all sizes:: Concrete Lake. tfchg name tt, we will have It. Shop home. L. H. Outlaw. phone
\ MGM Blork; .all type Sand: and Lowestprices 964-0561 .
I HOmra S reminding and urging: us to PrrritHt IJnteU.. Everything VINYL early compare 4tchg. 1112."IT'S
drive carefully He sure gen- ALL TYPES of lawn mowers ( on Quality Gifts in Brnd-
for concrete masonry -
p i' necessary and saws, machine sharpened IVrd' County. NEVER TOO LATE TO

;. -t.- HllUT! \ will(onutrnctlon.Ve meet, any .prior on Calvin Johna. 332 N. Water Upholstering If your food! bill Is t >r> high | LEARN." Register now. Adult

& REPRESENTS: SAFE BUY Ph. 964-1441. tfehg Material at least try to save un jo'ir i Education clllll eIL Elementaryand
all mat..rlal.thin I ISrad-
1. W\J\R1'l Christmas Gifts. Pho.ie :Starke: Phone 964-2701
\ Secondary.
.I. -. ford, County, AND !STIIOM.VINTAIN -
Safe-Buy Real Estate Agency Values To $10.00 64-5801.. 4t chg 11124| i day: 964-3071 evenings. tf
) 1P Ark. has : : QUAUTY. FOR SALE3 bedroom 2
( of Little Rock.
\ ,
aoB1NS\ announced the appointment' hnth house with carport and I FOGS FOR SALEfarm fresh
[ "\ \\ : I .. ,. of Edward C. Wainwright as porch. Large half acre lot in $3 YARD married to train B. C. Holtzendorf. l>/> miles

: \ t I ,......A1> '...t OM'- representative for Starke and CO. Green Acres with eight large Young man I Ion Edwards Road. tfchgWANTEDPulpwood
t. ....""''''lOO I'1 Ph. 964-2521; Starke I, a:* sewing machine mechanists.
tree I
OOOOllSR R\\ 9O't.' ,' surrounding atea. Mr. Wainwright bearing ie.iand pecan City wa. 1 I Some background In light me- producers -
will maintain an office sewage. 1408 N. Randall WANTED
\ St. : : 5 WAITRESS applyIn I rhunlcal, work helpful but notnecessary. short wood and )stem wood.
,. ; Call 904-3691 after
'HOUSE 10 acres of land Reati
-- at Garden u-
I In Lawtty.
,, I"" 1 person :Must: be sober reliable -, H. Outlaw Ph. 969-0561
t.f Wed., Thur: Nov. 23/2: 1 iI U. S. 301 North out of City p.m. tchg 1117FOR rant. tfchg I 11*
goPE I man seeking a pel'ma.nent 4tchg 11 '2"
,E.CH \ Limits. Owner has moved. .
I I 'with excellent .
I steady Job
THANKSftlVINCThai: ; (; I FOR RF.olT-- Mobile Home 1.
1 -ECH I, Place nuist wll. A. Thomas No. 489Immediate
I II Ij I SALE-- Holstein heifer. !I 'i mi. from Sturke on' BrowniRlee future. Apply In per- '
I Realtor Tel. Q64. 701. Good Will calve In : I possession nice ft
j quality. a on at Lake Butler Apparel
"."In. "Man Of The West" 12Wides. few day Doyle Conner phone I I IposU RouAI"\ "" cypress 9094282.I fence. iCo. 2tchg ll'l"WANTED I bedroom cottage masonry conc
b'1 for Ie. Ph.
: COUN1RY 964-4501.. :;; tfihg! sa struction. Already financed.
; I 11/17 I
60 STARS lESS PARKERI FOR SALE-1 bedJ'oontl'11er I -.- I I Low down payment good lo-
; Custom ;Made
''l _. ..:i...:. MUSIC i Westmoreland Trull!: Park. : \ TO RENT -nice 2 !i,cation.
c o Fur( Florida Living Phone 1)69-3291) or 969-1031. FOR SALE ,OR RENT: Joel i, i"IScau: AUTOMTH'CON unfurnished house No. 478
< inxMii
p' ;i I INCLUDING' I Ud1. Triby place 330( N. Cherry St I, H I I
3 miles
': ;.MOIJKL 15 acre farm anly from
Write WW % Telegraph.
t TheSIONE.MAtCo .WEBB PllRCE (the CARTER IAMIIY VKAVION 11NMNGS I Century' FM pf.Mnl. YOU Ret More Good condition.. take small; I I Sewing machine Zig Za", 1! Drawer A, Starke., 2tchg 11 17 ''Starke. Fencad and crons-fene-

I[:!: MARCIE SINUinON OSBORM BUCK; PORH K WAIiONER /NORMA' JEM AN AARON ROSENBERG ,Mooaci.. For Your $ $ BARGAIN. down month.payment Mrs.!J.V.rents. Kllllan.$30 805 per 1'I blind' .stitches, bullonhul..s."coro.tes. I'I'I ed. barn improved pasture.
I trees.
etc. Original price plenty of fruit ana nut
.. .ROBERTPATRICK .::. No Salaried EDUCATION "Ia_. Boyd Ave., \Vayn.e"vllle. N. C.
Commissioned ADULT I
t' 1 $300. Han balance $69 or reliable FOR SALE--Complete 2 chair 5 room and bath home only

t'lElf; RiSE!! *:r:".:tWIll: I INS l 5Si::::ROBERT PATRICK( PRODUCTION!:! sWi "q Employee Join now. Elementary Phone 8U4-2701 and 3tchg 11/17 party In this area can assume I I Barber Shop furniture frigida ,,'I I 12000. Terms. REAI/TIT
RURAL ACREAGE Wanted: $8 monthly payments. I ires stoves> heaters cypress I STKOt'T
DAD & BRAD LARSEN days; UU4-3071 aveninga. tf. I WILL TAKK: OLDER: MA- fire wood bouts 2111 N. Temple Awe
W d., Thurs., Fri. :Nmemtwr 23. 21. 25; must be suitable for hOln. ". | fence posts,
LIKE TO WORK Call o writ Uuford .Mitchell.Phol. | CHINK: AS PART PAYMENT.: used! clothing. hundred of other I (U.S. 301))

OPEN; ::1$ I'.M.: TIlAXKSfnVING: AFTERNOON: Plus .- 1)69-3281) P. O. Box 2.W, 'I Phone COLLECT Jacksonville I bargains out at the Old Phone 909-3491 larks
I YOU Benefit!II FOR.: SALE One combination : Starke. trrhgNEW I :353-194. Ask for Credit man Trailing Post. 2 \.j miles northof I

relrlg-frcezer, one Speed ager. Will deliver No obligation. Starke on 301. Ph. 964-80S4.: FOR RENT-3 bedroom un-
%:t5 Queen Washer one deluxe 11/17 I furnished bungalow newly
Excitement 2t We buy. sell or trade. 4tchg
tEi All Sizes on Display Fvlgldalre electilc range. Call i 12, I painted inslrie.: Located 646

?) %JL to clings him I 8.10-12 Wide 964-3501 [IDjyl or 5332175.I, ; FURNISHED FOR SALE Punsy and.., daftred N. Walnut St. Contact Mr.

Z'j I'/' Baths after 5 p. m. tfchg ONE 1SEDKOOM I Petunia plants OUir! doz. Adam Green at at 964.7932

Ilka adarna I and Expandable; Mrs.! W. A. Stern. U. S. 301 !FOR RENT-2 bedroom house. or after 6 p. m. 9640043.tfchg
jL all electric kitchen circulating I
%% : tTRAYHD yr. South Phone UU4-3531.. : 2tchg [
oil heater, on beautiful Lake
I L Paul New and Used old Black Angus steer. Ownercan Next to BUS. Available 11111 Rosa. .Airs.: Yvonne Karow. WANTED- A wheel alignment I'

: have same by identifying Box 140. .lelrose.:. Phone residence job. Dot one of them

Newman 8Yr. financing available paying fed bill and advertising Dec. 1st. Elec. Heat andAir HAY FOR SALE Phone 475-2960 or business sports cars -tread width not

I JIEmiW cost. Mrs. L. J. Green. phone I 969-3434. 2tchg 11 24 I phone 473-4665. 4tchg 12-1 very wide. There's an outfit
is Harper Use Our Rental-Pur 9644635. 3tch 11/10 Cond. 1 I called Vlsuallner with ad-

pp I chase Plan-Payments FOR SALE-1 ''a miles from' !I $85 WEEKLY AND: MORE JU& nl.__.l'U1way. that will

.1 1 Under $30 Per Month FOR RENT Furnished 2: Call I town 5 room house newly For reliable man or woman I handle my small car. Man

be room apartment. 507 decorated. I acre land. Pricedto to service VI..tklns customers with VISUALINER please

Center St. Mrs. Ooldle Mar- I :MR. :MASONcare sell. Call: Mrs. Vlrgle In Stark Full or part time. help me. SLIM.

\.t tin. tfchg Flynn. Ph. SC9-1822.( Itchg Kb': Investment. Write C. R.
Thankyou : NOWIMobile of Ernest Tew I Ruble. Dept. N-2.: P. O. Box LADY WANTED-To live In

CONFIDENTIAL -Cure your I Realty, Inc. WAITRESS WANTEDex-I I :"J. 2447. Memphis; Tennessee with elderly lady. Phone 964-
car of excessive lire wear. I pet ience not necessary. Excellent 38102 11 17 2tp 123

{ YOW'I I 4I I Home SitesAVAILABLE Balance your tire wear budget I Gainesville I Ph. 376-6 161 :: working conditions. I I 914! Itp

for your expression of confidence In with our painless wheel balance good p.iy. wonderful oppor- I FOR SALE Deep Freeze TUCK'S DRIVE IN for sale

Treasurer' office and the : treatment. Our specialist I 2906 N. W. 13th St. tunity for advancement. Ap- and Refrigerator excellent ''or lease. Phone 969-9661.
Stale overwhelming
Full Lake Privileges will prescribe the proper ply in pel'S0111'; Travtlllan condition. First $ISO gets 2tchg 11/24

victory you gave me In the November 8tb Homestead remedy. Come In for a FI'ee I ( Home's Restaurant. 1 mile both. Phone 964-2781 or see I

I General Election. Exempt checkup. FIRESTONE I PHONOGRAPHS For Sale-' south of LavUey on' 301.\ at 725 McMahon St. Bobby ,I] linotype Operator; Wanted-
j' FinancingLake I
New and used. Excellent con- Lewis. Itchg"FOB Full time or ideal for part
$3.000 equity in Mobile home dition. Bulltngton's tfchg time Retired Operator. Brad-
RENT 3 bedl'oomhowe
Cars trucks John Beam- 1
or ,
Geneva for boat. motor trailer or ford County Telegraph.
Barrett precision* : brake equIpment $30 mo. Hellbronn
i Williams FOR SALE 2 bedroom WANTED
Broward travel trailer or cash. Virgil Sorlnzs: section. Phone Ocala One mechanic,
assures! of perfect
Helken Rt. 1 Box 385. Law- house completely redecorated you [ 629-1242 lIthe i or one mechanic helper to do
Trailer Sales brake operation. Drum an? 1 ,
tey. Up In Plnehaven. FHA fian- 1 I !general hop work. Apply ,
shoe without
grinding to fit
ced.: Call 934-5095 FOR SALE3 miiic goats Ol'man Paper Company
-"State Treasurer HOUSE TRAILER I breaking In Bended riveted
for rent-.2 or -
On R"iit<> ,IOO. One Mile SE: I I 2tchg 11124 black and brown. Two will Maxvllle. 239-2911.
bedroom lot linings. Complete check of
furnlnhed large on .1|
Keystone HelrhU kids soon. One U 1 I
Hiway 100 A 100A: S mi. S of FLORIDA 90 STRAWBERRY hyrdaullc and mechanical 1
Open Sun. & Evening year-old.) All for ISO. 1003 S.
'f]."'O'ltPoIIIIC., v.rtl..m.nl P.lcI ro, bs "ed N Lowry. Tro.. I SUrUe.\ Call 904-3683. Eugene pltnta on new UnJ. Clyde .1 system. Seme day service. Colley Rd.. phone 9841984. FOR RENT: -= Furnished I
v -- :-: j L, Ootrver. Itchj Rahme. Ph. 99-1571. Itchg For aopolntment call FIRE-
-cf aoartment
f1"' I JI= "'; --.r I I STONE. i UpI Phone 331 Clark St
Mg.htn.r tfctt$

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Clay HillECHOES I: I

,. 'J'' NEWS And NOTES \

',,' I::. v
,J / For Today's Homemakers
i' '
Two ': .., ". .

.. ,. By Martha Sue McCain
!tI0. .
Lura Mohr J" .
By .
.,, County Extension!

) '.. R RJ Home Economics Agent '
PartyS'stem Wherein I meditate on ,
t rl death of the flowers our first /, : '" P"--- -.-
y hard freeze and the predicted .'\ J
With the opening of dove m
snow. ?) ',/. season, Mrs Marjorie Gregory / Thin one-hour special."
Where the flowers, the .' "
& \ : WETA-TV In
Iv&1 ,, 1r 1" Gadbdcn County Extension prodw ed bv
fair young flowers. u'v home economics agent. WusihliiKton( D C with the

That lately sprang and ', ', L'u( ,., offers two excellent wipes i assistance .if the U S. Department J

# Here To Stay '; stoodIn f. .:E for those lucky enough to of Agriculture's 1
brighter light and softer :Marketing
have some of the succulent Consumer and
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airs a beauteous! sisterhood ; birds. Service wives! the home viewer I
r. Results of the November 8 thing applies to minimum wage ? '. Two Oad.sden County a chance to match his su-

elections throughout the Nation increases and most of President Alas! they all are in their a homemakers shared the recipes permarket skills with a panelof

clearly indicate that the twoparty Johnson's other big measures. Appropriations graves; the: gentle race of : %'OI. for stuffed dove and nationally known celebrities
system is here to stay, and for such programs as flowers lel t.y dove casserole with :Mrs. .

gave a new lease on life to the Head Start, kindergarten in the Are lying: in their lowly beds '. w Gregory. Viewers will be able to answer

Republican Party which looked, public schools, and the new Home with the fall and good of \ .O I Wt Mrs C. L. Adams' stuffed the question, "JIow
two years ago, as if it were almost Health Aide program (of which ours. Qe' ; dove recipe calls for dressed good a food shopper am I?

ready for a fadeout from Bradford Clay Union, and Baker The snow is falling where j'I' I 'Y //Y r doves spiinkled with salt. The questions will deal I

the national scene. Counties had the first unit in they lie, but cold Novemberrain Place one salted chicken liver with decisions; faced by the
Inside vacullty of each bird. average food shopper In the
It is: interesting: to note however Florida) will have very rough
will be
Calls not from out the Press together and wrap In grocery stoi! Viewers
that the GOP victories, sledding from here on out. of
gloomy earth the lovely bacon strip Wrap together In quizzed on their knowledge
though substantial! and beyondthe Republican gains will also have ones again. 4, heavy foil and place on baking fresh fruit and vegetables

wildest dreams of their par- the effect of bringing a real two- William: Cullen Bryant II, sheet In 350 degree oven cuts and ,K-ades of meats, ,

ty leaders, were not of a natureto party system to Florida much The above l.s part of a for about 1'a hours or until and what they mean. : I

give encouragement to the sooner! than had been expected. poem. "Death Of The Flowers ", i ';: .;1, the bird 'Is" tender TV personality Hugh

Goldwater wing of the Party. Indeed l. on the basis: of GOP nomi- ." The poet says that Au- The other dove recipe Downs will be host and moderator I

4 The GOP victories, in almost nee Claude Kirk's victory for the tumn days are melancholy.Most ) comes from Mrs. Charles! of this television spec-
instance it people of Dean who Lad enough dove inl The panel of famous
every were scored by Governorship, might appear love the Fall .,-!
their moderate-to-liberal candidates that the two-party system is already the year ani the beauty of ,!' frozen to bring this delicious show business personalities

Rockefeller in New York, here. the leaves, the harvest of J casserole] to a recent Federation includes!! Dr. Joyce Brothers
1 Board Luncheon. psychologist: George KirbY
Romney in Michigan, Percy in 11- crops Here !n the north we .. .
It will not be truly effective -- -- : DOVE CASSEROLE comic: Betty Furness TV

'linoia:! Hatfield in Oregon, and however, until the great mass of put on storm windows and \ .t, : ',U '. .j ,.' Two doves per serving. I And radio performer; and
have the fun aces cleaned I, : "' ,3
Rockefeller in Arkansas to Democrats J "'. Boots Rando'ph, Tennessee.
voters, now registered as ., .,. 'j can of cream of mushroomsoup
roof made and things
repairs '
Iname a few. Even Ronald Reagan but voting as Republicansin nailed down against wind f : ,: It. I teaspoon oregano, recording star.

in winning the California 1Pf!t': I.:'t. dash of 1 pkfC, dry In the Food Buy-
the General Election discard ., pepper. our area
ttorms. My eldest! brother was .r 1
governorship, toned down his former their disguise and register with named Jesse. Autumn was his L.[. &I *... ',.,' .__............. _. ....'...,_- "I"...,"...._.-... --.:...., "..M. f ." sour cream mix. I teaspoonsalt ers Quiz mv be heard over
. ultra-right position and campaigned the where their 1 teaspoon thyme. WUFT. Gainesville. Channel
he died
party sympathies favorite month and
" 1 in the image of rnoderaition. lie. In Autumn. He had a heart My How He Has GrownFARMER1S Soak doves for 2 hours or 5: WJCT. Jacksonville
overnight In salt water. Pre- Channel 7. Viewers can take
This is well and
good, and attack at 68.
A vigorous campaign is already pare dry sour. cream mix as the quiz with a sheet of paper -
indicates a movement (since some We have been having lov-
,1 under way to bring this about DIARYthan directed on fackeme Add mix and pencil or get a score
* ultra-liberal Democrats were defeated in this ely weather: nice sunny to Arrange doves In Extension
and great strides direction soup sheet from your County -
) back to a middle-of-the- days not too hot, and cool
will be made before the General casserole. Pour SOUD mixture Home Economics
nights for sleeping. These The volume of pecans at in recent years,
that should be
groadlsm good for over doves; cover Bake 350 Anent. phone 964-2865.
Election in 1968. This is well and .
the market last week was
* both parties and the Nation. days Gabby and I have been degrees F. for 1 hour and 15 TURKEY: TALK
good. We have nothing against walking at least 3'i miles higher than anticipated and One thin! the cold snap
minutes until tender.
f, What happened at the polls on two party system in Florida as: every day. We 'did< yesterday, prices on some varieties slip- was to turn the leaves of our or With Thanksgiving! [! coming
Note be substi-
,* November 8 has been described as long as Democrats are registeredas but today onlv walked a little ped off by a few cents a dogwood tree to that beauti- tuted for doves may up next week, we have information -

; the biggest Republican congressional Democrats and Republican as over two miles. The early pound. One buyer said that ful pastel-shade of orange FOOD BUYERS: QUIZ in our office on

' victory since the end of Republicans where they c'an' be morning noun were chilly the forecast for the entire red. in harmony with the A "First" for educational Roast"How and To Ham Carve" Please Turkey-
World War II. The pecan crop area is still for a. pretty red berries on the py- contact
party won
counted BEFORE an election, as and dark. Looked as if it television, "The National this office If you would
back far more seats than it lost well as afterward. might rain every little while.I reduced volume. this season racantha bushes. And out in Food Buyers Quiz". will be like to have this in time for

j' two years ago. Net; loss in house Bradford County apparentlyhas did not get up as early as front, the last rose of sum- aired on November 17 at 8 p. Thanksgiving:

seats in 1964 was 38 while the 700 or 800 such missregistrants I usually: do either. I am so The weather:, though was mer is blooming a pretty redone
sharpcontrast .
and in
net gain this ;year was 47 well voters who are on the glad I do not have to get out warm and balmy to that on opening .

. above the average in off-year vot- books as Democrats, but who cons and go to work. It Is such when instead of market- By Sam McGarveyof The countryside too Is '%, _#
fun to be rble to do Just
ing. sistently vote for the Republican what one wants to do each ing pecans the farmers pretty these days, especiallya BRADFORD COUNTYCEMTEMM1AL
This means that President nominee in General Elections. should have been butchering the earth. And yet there stretch of road between
Most of life has been
Johnson won't have the votes in This was shown in the! 1966 elect apent day. where I my was tied to the hogs. Aside from the cold are people in this. area who Lake Butler and Rallord. I I1

the House of Representatives from tion as-well as in 1964; when the schoolroom or In Nebraskathe blast early this month, we can remember when it was where the woods are a riot
have had typical fall weather an all-day trip to Jacksonville of fall colors. But the woods iTAfiKt. FLA. MAY 6-11, 1957
to through nominee for of-
now on get more Republican any Mortuary Now I am free.
with temperatures higher and return to Bradford are one place we are going to ,
I the dramatic social-welfare And fice, though totally unknown and Whoopee! At last I can be
out of that hunting
than average. County. stay now
civil rights legislation he obtained without waging any campaign at harpy alone and do not wantto . season Is here and trigger-

in the two years since 1961. all, would receive from 700 to 900 travel anywhere. I have At a recent county commission happy hunters shoot first
i In the outgoing 89th Congress votes against his better known been 'places end seen thingsI meeting, the "go- But the changes In and then look to see what
are by no means:
the Democratic Party had a House Democratic opponent. wanted to see Now I am ahead" signal was given on the Strawberry they hit.

majority of about 154 seats whilein Now is the time we feel for satisfied to be at home with the new agricultural building growers only ones.can remember the .

the new House;, the majority this nucleus of Republican strengthto Gabby In mv cottage Once ina at the fairgrounds and it old 38-plnt crate, the beds But Sam has always been

. will be whittled to around 59, with align itself with the GOP and while yet I think of Don looks "good bow for Bradford bclnmaote/ up by mules ,gtm-shy since the time whenas
j and have a goof; cry But the County having one of the a kid he had climbed a
i two seats in doubt. give that party the full benefit of and the cutting of wild hay
crying Is soo/i over and I no best agricultural complex Baldwin tree at his folks
its allegiance. I If it is sincere in for mulch, and the job of
If one party gains a seat, it longer have the awful heartache facilities In the state. We farm to get a fine apple anda
follows that that other party loses its wish for a two-party systemin I once had. Just know drat: county agent pulling the plants throughthe blast from the woods near- 't .
mulcn And when the
* one, so the GOP's picking up an Florida, this would be the The other night I was listening George Hug :lns will be gladto early attempts at Irrigation by sent buckshot whistling

i} additional 47 means that the actual quickest and surest method of anj watching TV. whenI get out of the old "Jail" as were by surface flooding through the branches.

|f shift on a given partisan: issue achieving it. heard a pounding/ at the he has spent more time! there 4'a

( might range from 80 to 90 votes.: Should this be done the day front door of the sunporch. than any of the former Inmates Berry planters have been Come to think of It, all ama'n ;i _

., It is easy to see that such may not be too distant when we bled at the pounding Gabby resetting to has to do Is buy a gun
bled at tht pounding. GabbY replace plants and get n hunting license,
socially significant legislation as can expect to see Republican nom- .
he which failed:! to root, and by and then ht bang-
is a good watch dog BO can go
the "demonstration cities bill, inees for county office, as: well as
While this is being written '
began harking and trying to and large the fields of' berries' banging all over the fields
which got by with a margin of 37 ..fttate and national. ..TheJhand .
climb the Inside door to !net two astronauts 'are whlzalnff tookr- good "Bfcb"'Jolel\? .wd"wooJs1' a nit( it- small
votes in the 89th Congress, could- only then, can we be sure that
I out at the Intruder. I Ins- around In apace and before it market wonder that every year peopleare
n't make the grade in the 90th if the two-party system }has: really stantly thought of "Jack the manager said It appears killed. The wonder Is that
Is done, they will make at that
more berries have
Republicans opposed it. The same arrived. Ripper" arH! the "Cincinnati least there are not more victims! of
one complete revolution been planted this
Strangler." So I unlocked the season the hunters.

first door, turned on the sun-
The Message: Reform -- Not RevolutionOpinions porch light er.d peered out std and came over put the changes. stallatlon of officers will take

Into the darkness fearfully, I door back together and I got Here Is my: prayer: Help us: place Dinner will be served

In the dim light a young to the beauty: shop before 8. Father to love thee more each and will be partially paid by '.;,....
differ to how the blame be dumped police saw ... : ., ... .. --v--rn,,. .
as can on man holding/; up a card. I call, I was so happy and thankful.I day and be thankful for all the treasury for paid-up dues

much "back lash" was involvedIn who are merely trying to upholdthe "What do you want?" He replied never had: so many nice our blessing As the days members only.
the recent elections but it is law. things done for me when Fashionable Couple
"I want you to vote for grow shorter may we appreciate Visitors and tourists are always -

safe to say there was enough evi- "I think that civil rights lead- me!" What II relief! I said, younger .each other more and do welcome to participatein

dence to indicate a strong protest ers must recognize that they have "You frightened me nearly to I am happy too that t I do thy bidding. In Jesus name. our affairs. On this occasion Striking a POSH In front of tbs Chamber of Commerce nt-

against street rioting and other lost much ground by allowing men death." So I opened the door not have to pay taxes on my Amen. they will have to pur- flee, uhlt-H stud on the, fimrthonwe ground* In those days, are

militant excesses ofIome! civil like Stokely Carmichael, and and asked him who he was house car or furniture I am 'Ood''ble..>4 all my dear chase their own meal in full :Mrs :Murlitn lli,>u,>, t fire then f of C) secretary. and Gene Not'K-

right leaders. others of his ilk, to seize the inItiative and what he was running for assessed! and my exemptioncovers people. however.A f'1.! a former Sturke n-sttiurunt operator. No Cenleiuilul

As Senator George Smathers A nice youn man Ha the value. I am exempt Your old teacher letter of Invitation will ea11/Ie| l Was inort* clultorulely ilreHttttl. Hum Uwe two.
because I was a WAC in War LOVE LURA will be sent to Bradford
observed in a pre-election newsletter "A century ago the British Here most of the soy beans
are! harvested, and the corn II. I never dreamed of ouch P.S. Weather man says! snow County Recreation Department -
told A
if the civil rights move- House of Commons was :
good luck. So now with my and their
here tonight Brrl I
i Is being picked The pretty
is to achieve fut- reform is correction of abuses ;
ment going any fallen pensions and Social Security, wives, to Join us, as In the
have about
ure redress of grievances, it will a revolution is a transfer of power. I should be able to live and : past
have to quit the streets and return That saying is equally and are being! raked and the burn south eat. not fine, but comfortable.I Betty Paton will return Serving Florida
ej, My neighbor to
to the conference room. It apropos today. The revolution- took care of the first leaves thank our Father. soon from Ormond Beach Sine 1950s0M7Iti

must also reeoncile itself, as other aries whether you call them for me. They raked them up MELT IN YOUR MOUTH where she has been visiting

minorities have done, to the fact Guevarra or Carmichael seek and carried them away and COOKIES: 2 cups" sugar: 1 A proposed slate of candi- friends and will reside with a

that the millstones of equal opportunity not the uplift of their people but burned them, Made me so cup milk; S tablespoon cocoa: dates was offered to the Janet Bowden for a while. ---

grind slowly. Educationis quest only for the feel of powerin happy On Halloween thechlldr.n 1 tablespoon butter. Put in a membership of the Senior :Mr. and !Mrs. Shanbargerwill --
pan. stir well and cook) until Citizens Club at the meeting leave soon for Philadelphia -
but employment their hands; CarolnEaves
a long process own never do soap my the Mrs.
on November 8 for year We enjoyed their company -
it forms soft ball In cold Cordially
and achievement do result and The degree of backlash in the windows. All! about me they a
1967 will return h?
and hope they
water dd 24 marshmal-
with that comes community respect elections is still undertermined really do soap them But I lows and now stir t untU dissolved Nominees were: Gene Bishop soon. Representative Welcomes/
and honor. perhaps. But there was undoubt- guess they have a love and Joe Kerrigan,
Now add 3 cups of graham president; Mr. and Mrs! ,, Hugh Davis Ph. 9fi( -1211
"Law and order must prevail. edly enough for Stokely Carmichael respect for me, as I am a cracker crumbs crushed fine. vice president; E, Bona- left last week for Indiana 122 N. Bay St. Yen and Your

Society cannot accept the phrases and others of his ilk if they great-Orandmother now. It Is Stir in the fudge mixture and wandt, treasurer Mary Bis- where Mrs. Davis will undergo Starke Family to Your

'frustration' and 'ghetto life' as can read between the lines to fun.On add 1 tablespoon vanilla. hop, secretary; Alex Morton eye surgery, which we New Home
loud and clear. Saturday morning earlyI and Margaret Jackson, entertainment hone will successful.Mr .
excuses for insane riots. Nor get the message, Place by spoonsfulls on but- oe very
drive into New Castle to the .
committee.The and Mrs!!. E. Bonawandt
beauty shop to have my hair harden.tered pan or oiled paper to election will be heldon killed a goose In preparation The State of FloridaIt

The Bradford County Telegraph washed and combed uo pret- November 22 by secret of a visit from their son Karl

ty. I am to be in the shop at HELPFUL HINTS: when ballot. and wife over Thanksgiving la Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and

.9BJ- Established 1879 Sam. So T went out last rolling the crackers cracker in a crumbs plastic! bag put Plans were also laid for the Mrs. Flossie Prescott returned To Acquaint You With Your CitIf /.
Saturday mornlntr a little after Christmas Party on Decem- home from Bradford
e E. L. MATTHEWS and roll. It works. To color ber the final meeting of
y seven to start the motor 13. County Hospital and is re-
Editor and Publisherf1orfdA' b' rlc out, and set ready for gravy and /give It a good flavor this year. cuneratlng nicely.: you are new In the area a phone

pia Gabby to no with me. I raised put in a teaspoon full of It is understood that each I visited mv dear friends, caD
tq ,* Oldest WeeklyNewspaper Instant coffee? It win brine you a prompt visit
O Published Con- UTJ the sliding door and it member, visitor or guest at Alice and Sam McOarvev. t

l 1964 thiiiously t'mlrr the 8anMiuthead. > Ml off the track on one side Twenty-one years: aIM I was the Christmas meeting will where I had a lovely dinner front your. local hostess. Please give

gl'ot1 : and:! a piece of the Iron workon teaching at Clay Hill We were bring a gift cf not less than Glad to report! that Alice Is

the door lost a tap and a hai>py bunch, I was principal $1 1 in value A hilarious game A'ettlnalo/ 10" nicely after a her a call! She! has maps and many

PubU.hed Each Thursday and Entered an Second. Flora new out to hit me In the side and had 125 child- will be played during which recent setback. .
M otter at the Pout Office at Starke, Fla. enrolled I free and wonderful rifts for yo.
I felt so helpless! and I was ren taught the 7th the gifts will be exchanged. Our next meeting will be
Under Act of March 3, 1879. half erylnar I went to the 8th. and l 9th wades Now The Entertainment Committee held November\ 22 at the Item local businesses.

In Trade Anal 1 Yr. '&50; a Mo. 91.99. neighbor's a.vl! they were still the school house Is empty and was also instructed to Recreation Center at 7:30: p.

Outald Trada Axat 1 Yr. Ml; 6 !Mo. $136.I In bed. But ho wa soon dre children are .U!! hauled to contact restaurant In the m. See you there f
I other schools. So the makes .SUrlce .area at mhlch Use i in- 5-Joe KerrliJ .

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1 I CARD OF THANKS come. I Tuesday. -Novena and Benediction Training Union, 7 p. m. Even- BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
'Ices. Training Union SYMPATHY EXTENDEDThe : ; this week. I i ]I
sen We would like to thank 7 p. m. Inquiry Class, Ing Service, 8 p. m. Rev. Sunday School. 10 a, m.
tt-30 m. Preaching 7:11).1Wt'dnesday : people here in the to have Marjorie -
: p. We were glad>: for the FIRST CHRISTIAN Sp.m. Lacy Conway, pastor, Morning Worship 11 a. m.
night prayer community were shocked to Bryant back in church each and everyone CHURCH STARKE Worship. 7:30: p. m.
THERESSABy service\ at 7:30.: hear of the unexpected deathof Sunday after her sick spell lovely flowers the food and Sunday School -9:45: a. m. Thursday and Friday CHURCH OF UOD Evening Meeting, 7:30: 'P, m

The item this month for Luther Watterson. Some On Nov 10 Mrs. Clyde the many acts of kindness Morning Worship, 10:45( : a. Mass, 7:30: a. m. (H'10: a m. 422 N. St. Clair St.. Btarke. Prayer Wednesday. ReV, W. L
Berk New ham the :Mission is sheets, towels] of the oldest of this area remember Hersey was a luncheon guestat shown to us during the passing m. Chrlstia.i Service Hour. for grade and high school stu- Sunday School, 10 a. m.I Newmans, pastor.NORTIISIDE .
f and wash cloths. They asked Mr. Watterson as the Florida State Fal'mBureaIJ : of our husband 8:30: p. m.Wednesday. dents], Worship Services, 11 a. m and I
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHope for twin sheets not to be fitted being a father and brother to building in Gainesville er.Mrs Luther Wattersonand Youth Choir BAPTIST
Saturday Mass, 9:30: a. m.HEILBRONN : 7:30: p. m, YPE. Wednesday! ]
Baptist Church Just plain ones. Anyone them. We are truly sorry and given for members and family. Practice 3:30: p. m Fellow- 7:30: p. m Prayer Meeting, Located on Baywws highway
The chinch: was beautiful wishing to Rive may bring the family has our deepest stockholder of the Federal ship Supper 6:30: p. m. Mid- BAPTIST Friday 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L S. [SR 223]at Ralford Road
lor the lowly wedding Nov. them by the church anytime. sympathy.We Land Bank association. Mrs week Bible StudY 7:15: p. m. Williams pastor. I ISR 161.] Services: Sunday
11 of Gloria Newsome and They would be greatly appre- wish to express our Hersey won some very useful. Adult Choir Practice 8:00: p Sunday School 9:45: a, m. School. 10 a, m. Sunday
Lewis [fSkippyl I Black. After c1at",:!. deepest sympathy to Mr. and gifts for the kitchen. The m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN' Morning Worship, 11 a, m.
the ceremony, a reception Ralph] Bryant Sunday :Mrs. L. K. Childs and familyIn Land Bank has been in serv- I Training Union, 6:30: () p. m. Sunday School. 9:45: a m Training Union 6:30: p m.
was held in the educational School] Superintendent, has the loss of Mrs Child's ice since 1917. They are in + L IEWS BAYLESS HIGHWAY Evening Service, 7:30.: Mid Morning Worship 11 a m. Evening! Service. 7:30.: Mid
building at the church. The asked for n specal) meeting sister's husband Tom Young. business to help the farmersif BAPTIST CHURCH week Prayer Service 7:00: p. Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. week Prayer Service, Wednesday -
bride and groom are away on on Sunday. Nov 20. for the Leslie A. Childs son of Mr. they plan tc buy land Improve Sunday School: ID: ft, m. m. Wednesday -Tt.oy John- Choir: Practice Thursday 7:30p. : 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Law-

their honeymoon to parts Sunday School teachers after and Mrs L. K. Childs came the farm, or equip- FIRST BAPTIST CIlt'RCH: Morning Worship, 11 a, m son, pastor.SMYRNA m. hon, pastor.CALVARY .
unknown. morning worship to discus s I Tuesday to take the Childs ment. They had some very Training Union, 6 p. m.
The monthly business |, the Christmas program! family to attend. the funeralIn I interesting things to talk STARKE Evening; Service. 7 p. m. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
meeting was last Wednesday Birthday Tallahassee. Mr. Young; about. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Everyone welcome. -Rev, M BAPTIST CIICRCH BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10.. a..
night after Prayer Service. It Mr. and :Mrs.!! JimmyGnann has been In bad health for Clyde Hersey's son Morning Worship, 11 a,, m.. David Medeiros, pastor. 633 W. Pratt St Sunday Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a, nx

WHS voted to buy a new communion Mary Lou and Plen. about a year.PERSONALS, was home on leave Elbl"l't'j sermon "What Shall I Do ASSEMBLY; OF 000 services: Sunday School, 10 a. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Training Union 0:30: p. m.
:Mr. and11'S.: James Davis : With Jesus?" Training: UnIon m Preaching, 11 a. m. Train- ":30, Prayer
tabl' to match the weekend.:! He Is Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service, :
I and Jimmy were Mr. and Mrs Stalling eddies Is 6:15: Evening Worship UIWAY CHAPELWeldon Ing Union, 6:15: p m. Evening 1:10
)pulpit. Cindy end::! Ft. Eustis Va. His Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, Wednesday : p
in Gainesville Sunday of Lake Worth were US 7:30: sermon, "The Parableof St. and Raiford Worship 7 p. m. Everyone Butter
Don't let your children 101'Jret quests! Childs SPr4 Elbert E. Hersev. Meeting, Wednesday 7:30.: m. -Rev. R. H. pastor
the New Life Bible Club Nov 13 to bnve dinner with weekend at the church on Monday's Mr. Gnann's mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. K Ft. Eustis Va. 23604. Monday YWA meets at Morning Worship 11 a. m. hams pastor. AIRPARR. BAPTIST

after school. Encourage themto Minnie! Onann to celebratehr Chllds. Wilbur Smith of Winter home of Mrs Dot Falling; Evening Service, 7 p. m. LAURA BAPTIST BOATDRAJN BAPTIST Sunday School 9:43: a. m

take their Bible and,:! learn 83rd birthday annivers Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall Garden visited Price Fisher Youth Choir practice at the Tuesday Prayer Meeting, Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
their\ verses for the week. ary. and family had as dinner and family Sunday. church: Bible Survey Class] 7:30: p. m, Thursday Young Sunday; School 9:43: : a m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m Evening Service 7:30 1: p. m.
Intermediate Class BKID.M SHOWER !guests on Sunday. Mrs. Hall's Mrs Agnes Cuendet and at the church: 7 1 p. m, People's Meeting 7:30: p. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: ( p. m. Prayer Meeting Wedneeisd'iy' ,

The Intel mediate Class 'A lovely bridal< shower was parents Mr. and.! Mrs. R. O. daughter BeverlY Mrs Cue- Tuesday Junior Choir Pastor Leroy LJghtsey. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: Prayer 7:30: p. m. Training: Union,

went to hear Rev. Bob Jones. given in honor of Gloria Dansby of Starke and Mrs. ndet Sr and Mrs J P. Cue- practice and Sunbeams 3:30p. : LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Meeting Wednesday 7:30p. : Friday, 7:30: p. m. --Rev. E. L.
rv-Ident! of Bob Jones Untimely Nfwsome Tuesdiv night< In Hall's uncle: and aunt. :Mr. ndet were shopping in Gainesville m. Junior GA 4:30: : WMU CHURCH 7:30: p, m.-Rev. Luther McGee m. -Rev. R. E. Bergstrom, Oriffls pastor.

; Saturony nteht: Those the educational building;! at and Mrs. J, B. Dansby of Monday. Covered: pastor.BROOKER. pastor
who: went were: Karen and the church. Tables wet I Perry. They! all attended Mrs. K. D. Cuendet and i Sunday School 10 a, m.: BAPTIST HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
I Morning Worship 11 a. m.: PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
Bible Survey
Terry;\/ Breeden. Becky Frls- overlaid with lace cloths and church at Hope Bn.ptlst.Glol'a daughter Beverly and Mrs. Wednesday [Highway 100 at Theremw]
boe Sherry Norman Sue fall flowers v.ere used:! for the Triest was back in J. P. Cuendet Sr. have Just Class 9:30: a. m. RA meeting:, Evening Worship 8 p. m.: Sunday School, 10 a. m 1 Sunday School, 10 a. m Sunday School] 10 a. m.
White, Priscilla Dodd and centerpieces. Games were Church Sunday after having returned from Gulfport 6 p. m. Family[ Night covered Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a, m Morning Worship 11 a.
dish supper 6:30.: Community 8 p. m.: Sing each Friday at Training Union, 6:30: p. m Pre-Servlces" I Booster Bant.
FuMe Williams Miss Romes played and p'lzp1were ,::Ivr". a sick spell. Miss. where they were visit-
Dodd: and Mr and:! Mrs. E. C. After that Gloria opened her :Mrs. H<*rsey received word Ing friends' end relatives this Thanksgiving Service 8 p. m. Rev Harvey Lane, Evening Worship, 7:30.1: Prayer Young People and Pray*" m.Training: Union -6:30: p

C'Il"ndet" were" In charge of "ifts I that her daughter: Nettle past month. 7:30.: oastor. Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.: Servlcel, 6 p. m. Evening m.

thp' class Refreshments wore servedto Tomlinson has !gone home Mr. and Mrs. George! FIRST METHODIST: !ST.!! EDWARD'S CATHOLIC DEDA.V: BAPTTSt: tth.oker] Worship 7 p. m. Midweek Evening Worship 7:15:
Simd.iv' School the iiue-.i.s including. :Mrs from St. Vincent's Hospital.Report Payne and little George havereturned CHURCH. STARKE STARKE Service Wednesday, 7:30: p
were she was getting' home after a two- Sunday School to n. m. m--Rev. D. I. Ramsey, pas m.
Sunday School 10 a. mMo.nlim Ber'lia Ne\\' Morning Worship, 11 a, m Wednesday Night Prayer
along fine. week vacation and hunting Saturday District Lay- tor. ;
: + Wot hip 11 a. m. the bride at.d Mrs Heleni j
!Mrs Ruth Gill and daughter / Maine men's Rally Day First Church,
Mi sea ..>, open for i Black motlir. oi the groom trip to Denmark I 1
I Debby and Cindy from They visited Mr. Payne's parents Gainesville 2 p. m. 4
Orlando, were dinner /guestsof Mr. nnd Mrs Francis Sunday Church School I

!Mrs Gill's father Price Pavne Joyce said It was real] 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship I An investment in Your futureiMt7EED t tI
I FKhei. on Sunday' cold the first few days and 11 am. Snack Supper for

!Mi.Flory Sullivan was 1 they had snow Mr. Paynewas IYF, 6pm. MYF meetings|
r I taken to the University Hospital lucky to get a deer. 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship,

in Gainesville and had Yours truly !spent the 7:30.Monday: i J C CttCfl( [ IL.
I I i i I surgery last: Friday. Reports afternoon with Janell] Good- Girl Scouts meetIn I
were she was doing as wellas man In Starke on Friday Fellowship Hall]), 3:15.: Wes-
(could be expected. afternoon, Then they went to leyan Sub-District MYF meetsat I
Mr and Mrs. Willie Hersey the ball game at Lake City Pleasant Grove Methodist

: and daughtei-lu-law.: Jackie that night with Janell]) and Church, 7::30, .
ul Hersey. were In Jacksonvillelast her father. Seeber Goodman: Wednps'ayPI'lmary, Jun- for good health and for the food that I ?

Wedn"sdav doing some I Kathy Campbell. Elaine Ak- ior, and Youth: Choir practice
t : t have each day. I am thankful for those near and dear to me that I can loMb, *
,ihopnliv end they went to I rlrts>p. and:! Lucille Is.iirvriNO I 3:15.: Prayer Meeting 7 1 pm. sand
Si Vincent" s Hospital to see SEASON: Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30I.DISOS : '
in turn love me.I am thankful tot the freedom of my nation, and drat
'Try HPI-SCV daughter: Nellie With hunting season here'

Tomlin'-on' who had sur- seems!' like everyone is going. :\ STREET: I can worship a* I please. I am thankful that Cod loved me to much
I rl !erv Jnst.k.. Reports areshe Pastor Mrle Packham and I
I is feeliti" better They also Bubbv was hunting Saturday' Sunday School 9:43: a.m. that he provided a way for my salvation. I am thankful that htit '** "

l l'' p. Jacksonville visited Beatrice Ezell of nrvnlncr Buddy. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. forgiving Father. I am thankful that I con attend Church and worship vf,
Jimmy Youth Choir practice 4:43: p. 4
. l4I Jlmmv B''Yltn\\ I Is workingat '
Beahlcr. :Michael
Newsome. m. Training! Union. 6:15: WMU: oy Lord each Sunday.,
I I I Inverness now He gets to and David toper went turkey Prayer Circle. 7,15.,: Evening
i I I s sp 'ya 1. {come home on the weekends hunting Saturday afternoonat Worship 7:30Wednesday: .
p A 0al I to visit his family. Florahom" Prayer and

Mi and Mrs Fred Dodd:! Jimmy Dval. Mr. Bleasdale, Praise Service, 7:30.: Church
4rt I have a new little baby /ernnd'iiunhtei. Dennis DeWltt.! \ and Terry Choir practice, 8:30.:
t t 4 tI born this week to HeWltt went deer huntlnor on Thursday Auxiliaries meetat ,
(on John nn1 wife Jane. Rattu-'nv. at Camp: Blanrtlnir church, 3:30: pin Visitation 1

I I Mi s Shirley Hall I is in the Nowadays Terry Is snorting a [chul'chl,7:30: .
Bradford County Hospital at I hi'and new !54' Winchester.Good !. Rev. Feliler L. Rowan, pas-
Starke hunting Terry' tor.NKW.

Boys will t be boys! Ralph I I Well" It Is n true saying the RIVER: BAPTIST
enrlv 1 bird 1 get the
'f I ''I Brvan said he was sore all worm.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
noel from doing a horse his Doug Ralev.: Steve Broadway.and ,
I Morning< Worship. 11 a m
tr: lit'lon/ Perry received as a George Hanks found outSunday !
Training Union. 6:30: p m..
morning! They were"
ift from his grandfather I s1xq
Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.Prayer .
u*> and out atI/ a. m. Steve Wednesday. I Q :
cot a dwr They WPV hunt- Meeting
f! In" nt CAmp BlandinR. 7 ]p. m. -L. L. Parker pastor

I I know w arc all haoov King&ley Lake Baptist --
for those!' nice summer c'avs Sunday School.] 9:43: a. m. 1 'YTg ) b? I
ve had ln: '-t week
I guess :Morning/ Worship 11 a. m.
that was ren'' Indian summer Training! Union 6:15: p. m. f t t

.... _-"" ..".. "" ......" ,., .... Too coo'l! to la. t. Monday Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. -:
nl->hr At this writing It ,
Midweek Prayer Service! Wed 1 a
1 yeas 43 rteirnps" A demo blue tL
j 7:30: p. m. Rev. Jun Rlndon
: : !siry' pv'>n when seen through pastor Com let us worship
clouds Indicates fair weatherA together

..... proving whiteness. Indicates Beultli: Baptist Church -
r. an anproachln storm Sunday School lOa m.
A trrav ooen cast sunset, or Morning Worship 11 a. m. ,,
one where skv is green orvHlovi I Training Union. 6:30: p. m.

'h $Kreon.: Indicates nnriroachlnr E'enlnltVol'shlp. 7:30: p. m. VM. Diitnh God's appoint( ogwqr lit Hill mild for ipnwjing, tin....,..s.of Nit 1 lov. YOti I:: \\N 11ft
rnln. A red sunrise Midweek Prayer Service. Wed. | lot mm. anil of Hh dtmoml la man to rnpond to Mot la>i by toting Ilk neighbor Without !

with clouds lowerlne 7:30: p. m, Rev. R. L. Tncssrt the pounding ta. ttn .loft at* tod H ganrnmnl. .r witty M way of Oft will..loaf. ::
later I in the morning: also pastor Kvevvono, *.(...1-! : Ipaarm. and MM' frodom shah*.hold w door will ....II.bl'porbh.Thinfer. nmullhh t1i. { '

preredra raIn. I tram.. a poM of ..., ...ikoiild"' support/ flit Chunh for "rh"*lot*of. Ik* adorn, Il
f e n ar J N I liiimtlf, '' .and. fin family, loytni tat(! "honour' ,mtj pans should uphold... 0"d fat
{ .Open House Set STARKE I l areas.. to. "rht" Ounh .......I tall Hit hush abed"'" nun'i Ids[ dealt mi.dtsOrft ft* ,, 1
talk. ..1dI ....win Ml him In*ta KM/ ..duIiI ..5a4. IS&I.-! nor'
At Sunland I tar.-M. e.a. -

; taJ; ;L r.lea For November 20 BUSINESS :


P I! program The Annual at Sunland Open-House Training ,I II These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsor

Center in Gainesville to commemorate I
the 45th! anniversary AUTO REPAIRS I IEarl's STARKE
of the institution, and jBUILDERS UNDERWOOD Lawson Meat Market I

to InmiKuia'.e' Na'tlonal Men- I SUPPLIES, Inc.

-> tal Retardation week will beheld GarageALL Featuring Are Hardware Restaurant & Motel I AND COLD STORAGE I
Sunday. Nov. 20. KINDS OF
: Open-HoUiC tours will begin AUTO REPAIR WORKAll I Complete Sporting Paint Good!Supplies Sand J'f''I,1, Rates. To r num>rrlal I People I Rb Sp cUllM." ta Custom. Slaafhterlag. 'I'

from Hope Chapel at 1 Work Guaranteed I "(,RR'K WITH I'S: .'IR T" New Free TV-Air Conditioned Cutting Wrapping ,

p. m.. 1 1:30: p. m. and 2 p. m. Phone 9692964So. Washington St. 904-4201.. : NorthT1SS' AND:' SIIOUKUS For Deep Freese"
on the 20th of the month. Walnut Starke ; Ph. OBI7081Rosier Prepared I IPHONE
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4, : .. ,.J .as'atttt s tx' 964-8231
After a discussion of the
Bradford Abstract Co.
Sunland Training Center
You'll) just love cleaner cooler tours will be conducted I 158 W. CALL STREET Monument Co.
through the cottages, school Gilbert S. Brown a
occupational therapy and i' Ph. 964-6881 Starke, Fla. A :Monument For Every Nerd' &f I
Standard Oil service StationATLAS :\KIU-K. C.R '
flameless electric cookingIT'S other areas. \.MTE hlh'if'I
Superintendent R. C Phillips Edwards & ,\lMO1''lIWlrun.: ... OF
i : Grocery
said "About 45 guides 1\. MmliHon I
FASTER, SAFER. CHEAPER TOO I have been recruited so that Budget Terms-Rood Service Mkt. Ph. B60-4261; Home 76:-366.1 St.irke U.S. 301 NORTH '
the visitors will be taken In Phone 964-7071
I 'I
Everything tastes better, cooked the modern flamelcsj small groups of 20 through/ a 41)7 N. Temple SUrk eries-l\leatIi-FHd.\ Ph. 96 -3g01 Starke, Fla.

electric way. Vegetables cook with little water representative! sample of all HURST'SSHELL 1 Gas & Oil DeWITT C. JONES I
the cottages and programs" Ph. 964-2182 Stark Fla.
retain more flavor and healthful vitamins. Meats are Supt. Phillips added, : FUNERAL HOMES Charley E. Johns I

roasted to a juicy goodness there's less shrinkage. "Please bring! your entire Service StationGas Roy'a TV Service Starke Ph. 061-2600 Agency
family. Children under ,

Automatic controls eliminate guess-work. twelve will be entertainedwith Goodyear- Orb Tires- Lubrication& leaROAD .I CALL ROY FOR PROMPT: Keystone Heights 1S1 S. Walnut Ph. ,...-tntl :
movies and games and
there will be cribs and play SERVICE Ph. 473-3176. GENERAL INStJRANCBNobody I
Start I 920 Thomas St.. Starke Uademe1YPhone
the 301 and : But Nobody I
area for very small children.
See the beautiful ., ?t n ." 96IS9S1BRADFORD ) 1 {'barley E. John Agency i
new electric range l DRAG LINE WORK I {
Refreshments will be served -
inooforotooatyour; Sinclair !
applumcf( after( tho tours to every- MOTEL Refining Co.
deaitrnow.FLORIDA body. UNDERWATERWEED I 1\,. ,.. Thomas DUrrlbutor. Hurst Shell Service

TYPES Moot Ho..tplt.l.bl Motels etsoLFNESKhROSE CARL IIURST
I POWER & LIGHT COMPANY .\ C'liMwiaetl. Ail la the TKLK-" Drag. Line Work 1 Air Conditioned Kiw TV coy Fuel: S.Oil\\alnirt..and (.i_<* sad CoHfee Htarfca Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 964-8111
HflPt'lC 81.'CD t. '''l' \ R1PH brio** reoult J. C. GARDNERA4sme Pb. WH-SUlil..
WM-OOT4 I 1737 N :Sol Ph. M4-SJ1I..

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.....YY..YY..YY9 versary, celebration and family of Miami were USN, son of Homer Thomas!I Bobby Harris, of Belvior,i I phone 289-4491! I All gifts will I Ii !I Miami and Porcine! vlistlnti i Day of Ft. Meade: and Mr'

Rev. nnd Mis Ernest Bail- Friday overnight visitors of returned to P.layport recently Va. was home for the week- ,i, be apprf-emitted.( ( ,I relatives' and friends MisMcOieedv I| and Mis Jackson Morrow I THE RIGHT POINT\ for the

LAWTEY' ey and Mrs .B. L. WiUtlson. Mr. and MM. Doyle Starling a crew member of Attack Air- I end with his parents \IrJ i I returned with and family 'If>f Perry On way. ;you writ Corn. In *ji4Krlpet

assisted by :Mis. T V. Duck and family. craft Carrier Saratoga aftera and Mrs: Linnle Harris. Ricky .? ? ???? .. .......! them fur ablt with the Mr. and Mrs. Flunk Hai-I BROOK' youfavorite toiintmln n.EHTKK-TKLJ5-:
pay Knza Blum-hard, and Mrs. Gloria Rowe took Gerald Gritfi who Is stationed six months deploymentwith Harris son of the Lonnie I Binnnea-: din of Jacksonville were visiting r.K.VPII.
the! members, of Junior :MYFto at Otis Air force Base. the U. S. Sixth Fleet! in Harris' left user the weekendfor HAMPTON :Mr' and Sis; Hubert Baker the K, B. Watterson'slast '

aaaUaaAalaaaal Ua a aaa Gold Head State Park for Mass. is spending his leave the Mediterranean. Arizona where he will be and faintly ,'f Talupoosa. Ga week.
an outing/ on Satmday. They with his parents Mr. and School News stationed. Ily Mrs:-Mary William move I to Himpton this week. R. E. Cutchen killed a deer The Friends Of

CHURCH ACTIVITIES enjoyed touring the grounds, Mrs. Roy Griffis. The HJtieromlng paradewas Helen North attended Mr and ;Mrs R. O Cope- last' Monday at Camp Bland-

Orace MjU'.odlst Sunday and a picnic lunch. Those Mr and Mrs. Roy Grlffls held Thursday afternoon funeral services. : in Jacksonville .aaaa..uaaa..u.aa..a(4TM' land of Valdosta. Ga. is lug: Robert King HighAnd

School 9:45: Worship 11 taking part In this hnppy occasion -' and his mother. Mrs R. C. from 2:30: p. m. to 3:15: p. m 8atunl.iv: for a friend COfNCIL; spending several days this Mrs. Eve Menefee of Jacksonville -

a m. and 7:30: p. m. Prayer were Elaine Wnlrt- ISonniel Griff, visited E. due to Friday a holiday. A Miss Rosormuy.: Moody, The council< met for the cc-I I weekUtli Mr. and l Mrs Lynn spent several days 'fheDemocratic

Circle Monday 9 a. m. Junior wright Cindy Duck Debby 1 W. Dinklns and family in barbeque wag held at 6 p. mat : :Mrs Dun Byrd of Mayo gular monthly: meeting on last week with her sister,

:MYF Wednesday 6:30: p m. and Sherry Napier. Each &lrl Longwood Sunday. the school I sponsored by 1 ,spent last week here with Mr. Nov. 11. with all present but HallMrs: Don McMahon and Mrs. H B. WiKKlnsMr Party

Followed by Choir practiceand Invited a uest. They were Rev. Walter Mathis of the Baldwin Band parents. and Mrs. J. D. Bell and son I Mayoi' Aldeiman. Old business son Is sp-Mulmg this week : '. and Mrs Wayne Mat-

Senior MYF Tammy' Wllkison. Mary and Jacksonville visited Mr. and Homecoming; !name Thursday I and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Harris I was taken care of and with her mother Mrs M. L. chett of Orcenlawn, N Yare Wi.: h to thank you for

First Baptist Sunday Martha Smith and Dolores :Mrs. T. L. Walnw'fight on night Baldwin Indians vs Mr. and Mrs. Bell drove new business was discussed Watterson I the proud parents of a baby your vote and supportin
School 10 a, m, Worship 11a Sapp. The eight girls wellas Recent visitors of Callahan by Callahan :Mrs! Byrd hack to her homeIn
as Sunday. wait won Careless dumping of trash at Among those from' out of girl Sandra Anne born on the Nov. !8 General
m. and 7:30: p. m.. Train the others had a wonderful the Wainwrlghts were Mr. with a score of 86. At Mayo Friday city dump the public is againicque.stecl town attending the funeralof I Nov. 8. The paternal ur'and- Elect; Ion.
inn Unlo 6:30.: Midweek time. Walmvright's niece and ne- half time Miss Annie Cross' Claude North attended the in
1 1MI' to please dump Gordon I P. Wadswoith( on parents are Mr and Mrs Bradford County Campaign
services Wednesday 7:30: p. and Mrs. O. ".. Bovett. phew. Mr. arid Mis. Higulnbotham was crowned Homecoming! riorlda-lulano football name( debignated urta Citizens will Saturday No5' were' Mr. Marshall Mitchett' ,

m Cheryl and Angela of Valdosta. of Ocala and :Mrs Queen. Escort for Miss Cross In Gainesville: Saturday. afternoon be asked l to pnitloipnte in and Mrs' Lewis Wadsworth, Committee for
: I Mrs Kate Saxon mov:1la :!
Church Of God Sunday Ga.. spent the weekend Gladys Norman of Green was Jerry Boyd. !' tree' planting: in December Mr andh': ;, T H Wads- $" week to her new mobile\! Democratic: Nominees

School 1 0 s, m.. .Worship 11 I with her mother. Mrs. Ed Cove Springs.Mr. : The Baldwin Band will attend Friends of Mrs. Leon Fraser They need. your help in this,, worth and daughter and William \ home In front of Mis Minnie (Pd. Pol. Artv.)
a m. and 7 i>. m. YPE Wednesday -,, Durban. Mr. and !Mrs\ Raymond .-and Mrs. J. P. Wynrk a ATatchlntr\ Contest I;' will be interested to know beautification project Coun- Wndsworth of Bunnell: Marclonny.:

7:30: p. m. Prayer Williams and Stephenof of Tallahassee spent the Saturday night Nov. 26 at she returned home the first cil discussed, bringing city Miss Agnes Wadsworth, .

Service Friday 7:30: p. m. Jacksonville called in the weekend with Mrs. Wyrick's'' Jacksonville Bench.! of this week after being confined map and charter up to date Wadsworth' and Mrs John I

Highland: Baptist Sun- afternoon. sisters. Miss Elizabeth Terry Mt. Zion Baptist Church to St. Vincent's Hospital Commilu.- \\ns appointed to Morrow from. Madison: Mrs Ii
day School 0:45.: Worship 11 Dick Revival services at Mt. ZIon in Jacksonville for' the what would be i Easy To OwnLONGCHAMP
Jordan: of Warren, Pa.I and Mrs. Joyce Futch .. see expense Ltlla\ Barber and son andMrs.
a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Choir past week. '
Is visiting! his brother and Mr. and Mrs. V L. Star- Baptist Church are running involved Ruby Rice from Jacksonville -I
Practice 0:30: p m. Player all of this week with Michael Slade son of Mr.
sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs. ling, Jody and Kenneth Lee PERSONALS:; : Mr and j Mrs I
meeting Wednesday 7:30: p William and Mrs. Avory Slade was HOMES
Rev R: T. pastor
M. ,
M. Jordan.Mr. Carlton, James Nettles Bonny Mrs Frankie Jean Keys of Thomas Ha'! of Fernandina
m confined to his home all of i
; and Mrs. John Petrey Libby and Nancy Thomas. preaching nightly. Everyoneis Ft. Myers was a recent visitor Beach, Mr and :Mrs Gordon
There! will be invited attend. The fishfrY' last week with an Infected ii
a Sunday
of Arcadia were visiting her Mrs. Tommy Llnzy and throat. to her arandmotlier'sMrs. Wadsworth .Tr and daughter i I Custom Built
School social' at the Chlll'chbeJlnnlng held at the church Friday i
parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Miss Gertrude Croce attended J. F. Johnson from Gainesville, : Sirs Betty
at 5 p. m. Satur- night:: was a !great success. Sorry toeal'! Mrs. Henry II I
Raulerson football Taylor Punta Goida Mrs.
(over the weekend.; the Starke-Lake City Mrs Grace Beal of Las Ve :
the week- Carter Is sick at this writing
day evening Everyone Is In- Work started over
vited. We are sorry to note that game In Lake City Fri- end on the bathrooms at the and is confined tOIl her home.MI' gas Nevada spent several Inzle MorroiV' and son. Mrs. Your Plans Or'Ours .
Mr. and Mrs Marklee Raul- day night. week with her Allen Smith and daughter.
days parents
church. and Mrs. CJ C. Crosby Your Lot Or Ours
Mrs. Mae Wells attendedthe of lost their Mrs. Dorothy Coleman, Mrs.:
erson Lloyd Quincy Cvuce who Is sta Dinner will be served Sun- of Starke new, last Thursday Mr: and Mrs' J. D Adkins.
Postmasters Christmas house and all contents by flTerecl'ntly. Omit Lee Gray. Al'thur101': -
tionat Fcvt Bennlng. Oa
24is. Ernestine Strickland
visitors of Mr and Ran-
day following morning services -
meeting tn Jacksonville last 'I'OW. Mr and Mrs\ Ben Cum-
They and four chil- was aweekond visitor of) hi dolph Crosby. moved to Pnl.Uka last week..
Thursday.Mr. dren barely escaped with parents, Mr and Mrs. Frank at the church. Everyoneis Mr and Mrs Lynn Hall' bie. Mr and Mrs. Gene Cum- REMODELING\ ALTERATIONS

and Mrs. A D. Dobbs their lives. Crnce, and other relatives' Invited to< attend. Mrs. Irene Palmer and and Mr. allifl's::\ Raleigh| bie and Earl Cumbie of Plant
Gall Kearns of Jacksonville children or Highland. Ind.'al' .
visited his brother. Clarence MM. Jason Hilliard andchlldl'en Miss Catherine Cruce and rannen spent last weekend in City: Mr and Mrs. Dunlel 3-BEDROOM HOMES
I visited Monday of this /! spending this week with
and family In Sanderson Francis Walters took
of Jacksonville vis- Miss
her .
week with Claude Green and mother. Mrs. Dorothy
Sunday. ited Mr and Mrs. J, B. Oa.s- him back to camp.
Mrs. Avory Slade and 'daughter Miller That'8 Our Business FOR SALE NOW
Sunday dirner guests of klns through the weekend. At Mrs. C. F. Miles and GLASS
Mr and Mrs R. O. Shep-
the R. E. Leo family were present Jason Is employedwith daughter Mary Ann of Lake
David Jones received his ler and family of Warsaw,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Peterson a construction company Butler, and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse Ind. "If It's Class," We' Have It" Small Down PaymentIN
moved here last
discharge from the US Navy week
of Arlington. The great event, in Viet Nam visited Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis -
last week. After spending and are making their home CALL WRITE or VISI1'FOR
was Mr. Lee's birthday annt- Mr. and Mrs\ H W Fossick in Fort Myers Sunday. PINEBREE7E SUBiyVISION AND
several days with Mr. and with Mrs. Shepler's mother. ANY GLASS NEED
I Mrs. Davis' friends will re- EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION
Mrs Joseph Lucas and fam Mrs. Dorothy Miller.
Bret to learn: that she is crl- Modern Store Fronts
We Design
ily. Mr. Jones left Monday Mr and Mrs J. Marlin

I, tlcally ill. for his home in Williamson. Coleman and daughter Sharon ., Just lUaU Us A Pattern_ FW Con tadBUFORD
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Ga. moved last week to Jack-
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"" -.y..yyy.yy MITCHELLOffice
Mrs. Harley Thomas and sonville

STARKE-PHONE 961-2600 Jack Lucas spent Saturdayand Anyone interested in donating SHEA''Gi; Ss Phone 9S9-52SI!) P. O. Box 268

1AXVILLE Sunday visiting at Ft. Christmas gifts for CO. : 140) S. Thompson St. Starke. Fla.
KEYSTONE IIEIGIITS-PIIO"lE: ITS-HITS: Benning aa. with Mrs. children at the Sunland

By Mrs. A. C. SUdPhona I Thomas hu.sband. Harley Training Center In Galnc We Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are

Rental Services 28944914AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 I who has been: stationed there vlll, please call Mrs. Griffis I 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FK2-4353 I You? If Not JOIN TODAY!
for the past six weeks. phone 28!>-4r!>41 or Mrs. Slade I
Airman Thomas Return to
From Cruise
Airman Hubert E Thomas.I'



" ANTIQUES I I For Best.. In Hearing. S_ THE !,

BoughtSold FurnitureChinaGlasi: Appraised f SONOTONEOF Pnndle Kongo- S Pet.. _Shop Claw I Win A Turkey For Thanksgiving

Silver-Brass--Oil Painting JACKSO.Ntll.IJ3

6a. Flee or a House Full "Th Strongest and Smallest Collars, Ta.c-. I

II Hearing Aid in the World"" Pet Supplier I

, Ina Ward Antiques Only Co. Hearing Aid Raga ah-d.-1"llIh-nt I II

!;, 8372 M. Johns Ave. 22 Went MonrooJaokjsonvtile Dally Sun. 10-6 P.M. I
353-1483 Closed Tuesday

Jacksonville 387-137 1 8939 Herlong! Rd. Normandy
Call C'ollwtAuto IIORRY SHOP Section.

I' W. Jacksonville 781-2800 1
I II ,i

Sales: & Service FIELDS |I PIANOS-ORGANS Read The Rules ill I How To Win

t HOBBY SHOP, Inc. >Itmon' A Mamlln Piano
WESTSIDEVolkswagen ,
I I Hammond Organa

Inc. A Complete Line of i[I.. Magnavox Organs ': Any reader of The Telegraph. : is eligible i- y + ry ,' I ''U 1 'N I I I I'' Each: space I below represents* Home! i
Boat fe Airplane Builders Sup- you Get A Good n,-t At- ,; I I I

AUTHORJZKD DEALER] I pUe--SpectaIlzlnii' In Radio : to enter thin context" and the first I prominent business: firm or persons! of
Controlled Models d
Aalee. Part and Equipment it//# two persons submitting; the correct or I P y ,i'' thin city. Take the :scrambled letters
Ser i'l \ W Body Shop| Open Evrnlncs! till' P.M. ,F. O. MILLER ; ,;!ff!D, 0 '
I I nearest correct answer will\ be award ? I' I and arrange them to spell the firm's
Open 8 am--8 p.m. 602 So' Edgewood I TV IhM of Fu, Fuw. s- r...' N I u y I
6 ft m.. Sat. --Closed Sunday Jai'e .nnv111e RR-RM2 I ed turkeys for Thanks h'lnJC. The 11 I''' ''Ii I name correctly. Winners will be notified -
1130 LANE AVE. SOUTH :' JacksonvillePhone {
Jacksonville 3843441IOTOIU'YCLES:\ ( I I. first two correct answers: in our hands" 11,1, by mail and turkeys will be presented -

Parrish Motor HONDA !SEWING MACHINES i will be the winners. '''I : Monday, Nov." 21.

f'-\I.F.'II!' Like Now In 4 Dr Cabin ar V a1oa, t
8fR'1C'1C ALL MODELS Sold New over $300

PARTS Merchants! Green Stamp. &1. $72 or S3.00 Far Moml" ,-
Open 8 A.M. to 7 PM. ,

37 r ar AA A DeaLer Monday Friday Ideal Sewing Center I
AJnrAy Good UBe Car.* 8 A M. to 6 P.M.

III L.ar. .*. Jacluoavlll Saturday. and Wednesday ALL, M A K B: 8 I
Plum! M6-5331; CLOSED SUNDAY
New and. Used Machines: I
MOTORS & CYCLE 844 Cassat Ave.
CAMPERS> 1 Two Turkeys AwayaacdeeGiimnnooorSsStty'
4949 Jacksonville Standing 711-8 Blvd.%" Jacksonville: 3S9-3071


Del-Rey a..pe1'8fUSIC:\ RAY'S ,

Skamper Convertible Paulus Music TRACK SERVICE I lllaeeiiJmrsWwy aBCcdeehilllnnortvw
Shut Traitor ,. ,
Ttmdtm-IUnh Fiaanct.oc. Portable Track Press Bervio* 1
B408 San Juan Ave. Band String Instrument Welding
Jacksonville 3S8-9344 Gibson Guitars A; Amplifier I
School Suftfjlios-Instruction Vied Bulldozrra Jk: Cnwtara aceehhkoRSTaegillLlnortSVy. aaDeeeFfikkmnnorrrrShuu

ELECTRIC !MOTORS Roberta Recorders '
"w e'II Keep 'em RolUna"
Music Lob iry-Exptrt aaaCdeeFhiikMMnrstttyaCDeeeehllnorTy I

Peavy Brothers Repair Department 7287 W. Beaver

Electric Co. 41 W. Monroe St. Jacksonville 388-4031 aAeeegllNoosSstu'
Jacksonville 3S5-A447:\
BLECTRIC MOTORS! 3310 Beach Blvd. I
0aM-Cervlced-Repaired J.acluonvlle 398-3091 WESTERN STORE I I

Generators 6 tarter, I aaacddEeeeGkMMorrrrsttwy&
Alterations LITTLE DUDE ,

Armature Rewinding MUSIC-Instruments
i iaeFlmpprrsSuy'
4044 Lenox Ave
Western Store
.J&cbonvm. 387-2524 MARVIN KAY'S --
"Where Youll Find Everything abBceeGiiinnoorrSSsttvw'aaAdelJI
Music Center
For tM Hone orSstuy.E.
Fender, Gretaoh Jk; Vox Guitars

Looking for King, flatten end Saline T Western Clothing -Leath r- eegillMwosoatrrrTaaacddffGgHiiMMnnorrrTf
Band Instrument goods. Saddles and Trailers
better earptttf" Ludwlg. Slingerland, Rogerst1Jit
Drums Charted. &: Sharon Petty l

tfiYl ._ ftftItaJof A Repair on ALL aceeHi'nrrosSSstttuvi
&r/ 901 So. Ed ce wood Are.
hr I 400 MAIN' ST." f --

U4 HOGAN r/.w.e..e Jeckaoin4Ua 333-0933: ) Jackaoavtile<<: 31-1219 ,.

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I PARE TEN __ BR.\DFORn onTnwTV TRi.nnRApn, BTAnirm. irmnmv TIICRRDAY. NOV. i_..,. lABB

Mrs. Dyal Heads .
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Campaign HereThe 1 SAVE Qr i s 21.o2i: I| Coffee Cup I 9I I $5.With PurchoM Each 44g -1 "-- -

Tuberculosis and Respiratory \ Nov. 281 With Each
Disease Associationof f I Saucer I I
I $ DM. 3 9ss.. PuichaM,
Northeast Florida has announced -
thai Mrs. Nate Dyal[ t 1 Dec. I 10J..:" I I With Each t This week
mas will head Seal Campaign the 1966-67 in Christ-Brad- : t i 5-10 I Dinner Plate I 9IS.I .PuichaM lr

ford County.: +
Mrs. Dyal. a member of f GET YOUR _
the Board of Trustees of the Reg. 391! CRACK IN' GOOD Banana, Angel Food, C'nut CK Devil Food =
TB Association, expressed' ) 4 r 1r4 BONE WHITEDessert
plea1uret being selected,, { DIXIE PIES
this yea' chairman and t
said she was sure that Bradford Dish
County would again Increase f .1'<. $
in total giving.! I II ., '., .. 12-0.
J 1.
In 1965 the county's total Each week a piece of Sheffield
I contribution increased a t "I lI&W1t1-'ro! To Go?. Fen whopping 47 per cent oven _' featured for just 9<. For --
the previous yeara record,
increase in this area. each $5 In grocery purchases
Campaign letters will bel-I 100? FREE STAMPS WeD BRAND b ,you are entitled to
mailed out this month and 4 one piece! at this low price. ::..
I will be returned to a post office ;, WITH THIS COUPON There's no limit.: .. with a
box in Gainesville
wh'I'e.!! tiROUND BEEF
contributions will be counted! ) 510 purchase you can get
and processed. I' _-,. Iwo pRCIS...and so on. enlyI .
The Christmas Seal Campaign I IEX-r -
is the only fund-rais-, : ( d.}( GREEN STAMPS I
ins actlvltly In this area, #,IO ONI B-L. .:.. I $ 199 with every $5 purchase
which fights tuberculosis and W.D BRANO 5 'LB.
' respiratory) diseases! through) I Ground Beef,. I PKG,
programs such as chest x-ray ;
surveys public: health pro- :.. Af LOCAL WIMW.OIKIB ; < Regular 29* 19-oz. DIXIE) DARLING FROSTINGS &
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grams in schools, research,
patient services and educational -! -- Cake Mixes 41./
programs for doctors!I .
and private citizens. Regular 2/49 .No. 300 Con THRIFTY MAID SOUTHERN BISCUIT' f PHLSBORY PLAIN & SR No. 1 Toll Con THRIFTY MAIDEvaporated

VVVV .VVVYtttntrtttvtBayless Hiway Cranberry S'ce: 2/29x/ Flour| 5 *;; 45 Flour 5 *; 55 Milk 7/1./ i iRegular

f fI Z7# No. 300 Con SPRAY Tall Can CARNATION

Bj Mr. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj I I I I Cranberry S'" 2/39/ ,: ASTOR-LImN I -i $1.00 Order tI LB. 69 Evaporated Milk 61./j

I Regulor 2/35. ..No. 303 LIBBY Shortenina :TIN >! Regular 2/39* 12-oi. THRIFTY MAID
The Young Adult class l of 9 .
the Sunday school honored I Pumpkin 2/251'// Tomato Catsup 6/1./
Gerald Norman with a fare- | Ct DEEP SOUTH\
well party Saturday" night in
the educational building of

him the ence church.with Bible.a Ke They Scoffleld left today presented Refer-for j I I Sweet Potatoes 4/1./ Mayonnaise 49 Fruit Cocktail 41.Regular / .

13 weeks training in Aber-I 29(_ .. '-Ib. KRAFTMarshmallow J.b.| VAC PAK-Limn' I Ooffo. of "Your Choke tsar $5.00 Ordw Regular 3/l No. "iVi Can THRIFTY MAID YC Halva &

deen.Mr. Md.and Mrs. Otis Craw-[ Sliced Peaches 41.No.
2/49x/ /
ford of Palatka. Mr.: and Mrs.| Astor Coffee 59 .
Bobby Crosby and son and
Mrs. Marie Elixson: of Gainesville -]

were guests of Mr and:! Fruit Cake 99x.8oz. 1 Mb. VP-Limit 1 Cofffe ol Your Choice with $5.00 food order.Maxwell Sliced
Mrs. C. C. Crosby Sunday. | Pineapple 41./
Mills Kelly of Lake City was .
overnight) guest of his broth- DIXIE DA House 6 91.OO.."' 23# 12-oz. NIBLETS

:Mrs.er-in-law.day Mr.night.Kenneth and and Mrs.: Williams sister.C. C.Mr.Crosby'Mon-and ,'' Stuffing f i LlNG.Mix 2tyBoi. PINEBREEZE GRADE FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITe W. K. Corn 5/1./ '

, visited Randolph ter-in-law.Wednesday.their Crosby son Mr.and In and Maxvllle daugh-Mrs.I Farm. Stuffing 31k Medium Eggs 2 DOZEN 1. Regular Tiny 29 f 'p 303 SASDR.: 41.iROAD / :t :

, Mr. and. Mrs. A. T. Ellis of .
Lakeland spent the 'weekend!
with his brother and sister- SUNNYLAND WHOLE SMOKED
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. C W-D BREASTED QUICK FROZEN. D&D 10-22 LB. AVG.

Ellis.Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Medc-';I''
Iras and children of Hianas' PICNICS Ib.39 F.
Point. Mass. are visiting his
brother and family. Rev. and URKEYS-39'! .
Mrs. Dave Mederlas for a
couple of 'weeks. i .- ---- ----- -- ------ _
Rev. and Mrs. MeJerlas!
are the proud grandparents, | O O l ETCB-RPX%

of and twin girl born grandchildren last Wednesdayin a boy I]I W-D 1E.4/6 'lb. Avg.Baking GRADE A QUICK, FROZEN'" S r I 0 I I U S tea K LB. O O/: 1 I I I Bsf I ,rl>roun GREEN, ".STAMPS-oz. CAN! /'

a Tallahassee hospital to Hens La. 39k Turkey Wings. 39 Fruit THNIPTV Drinks MAID /
their son and daughterinlaw. U. S. CHCHCK W-D BAND BEEF r..5: eooo Nov. I
derias.. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Me- GRADE A QUICK FROZEN// GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN Steak 78* ---------.... ......'
Rev. and Mrs W. P. McElroy 29Round ; r( 1
and Terry of Lacrosse| Drumsticks LB. 39 I. Gizzards ". ''I I IH I r ETRA
wre.. Friday night supper BONELESS" -
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I e > 2-L JAOBKP

Smith.Mr. and Mrs. Don New- U. S. No. 1 RUSSET POTATOES T-Bone Steak 98 I'1'7l" 000 Grape TN.U SOUTH Jelly NOV. :,: ,
mans guests of and Mr children and Mrs. Howard were- i> __ ___ ________ _______

Friday night.Register in Lake City;, 1 0 F'ARMS': EXTR A
5 9. Jfl.. STAMPS
I Mr. and M/3. Barney "Eggera!! I:i 39 ,
I and children! and Mr. and .,tERRY SAUCE ; I ; ''30m oNe 22-OI[JAM 1 1 1
Mrs. Joe
Sapp and children] MfcedUTPickl
,, t
of Jacksonville. Mrs. Lb Bag I .
Rudolph I 1
I ,.
Sapp Sapp and were son"dinner and Mrs guests. Eldon of| I CREAM/ \ CHEESE 29SVilb. ; 1 -__' =-__u-u_;_________.'
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman SWEET, JUICY GRAPEFRUIT f Ib bog 39 or .
and Gerald. Sunday. I HONEYSUCKLE EXTRA I
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i Mr.and and children Mrs. Harry were Faulkner visiting --I I TURKEY! ROAST $3. 39 i \ d,N 4' GREEN ONK 1C-IM.STAMPS' FK.. I;
\ relatives 0 8 49 ..., ALCOAAluminum '
in Jacksonville J
ran 8At31 1 J Foil :
5 I .
Sunday afternoon. g.e S-Lb PERCH | ;; 0000 THRU 1 ,
Mrs. T. N. AT LOCAL : ,
Mrs. Rudolph Norman Sapp were and I I FISH FILLETS f . 99z i: ::.....-- : ...
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shopping. in Gainesville Wednesday WASH. STATE EXTRA FANCY DELICIOUS RED U. S Mo. 1 YELLOW : EXTRA I

I are Mr. repairing and Mrs.! their E. M. Lewis front Apples 29x/; Onions 3a29s Pp.-MAR H-Golloo "PURE-FLA.\M\ ':i t .4'/l.45* GlEEN FOUM IA.Mf 4-OS STAMPS{:CAN. i iOLaNN i If

porch. It looks real nice. Mushrooms I
J Our sympathy Is extended I II Orange Juice 57* :: J. Pe..000 T..IIU NaY. 10,. I
I ,
Mrs. R. B. I
Crosby. Her
GREEN 1 ,, ,,
ter-in-law Mrs. Jessie Oiaves/ GIANT HO-HO-HO SALE l _u"uIN -- ------ J
and her mother
I in an auto accident EXTRAI

homa.last Saturday night in Okla-: j I|' IN NIBLETS BUTTER CORN if" s-z. $ Meat Pies EACH 19x II I I..., I ": .-.ON..L.;";all: ,: 1 Ii ;.' ,

O. E. Crosby and Sherman,! SAUCE / I I ,. Terrazzo: Cleaner I
enjoyed deer hunting In 011-I WHITE SHOE PEG 'I i-lb. Pkg. FROZEN FRENCH J.L-s 0000 THRU MOV. l. .1
Christ Co. Saturday. They C'ORN(: i' ; ; i II n LOCAL WIMM.OINII ;
were not lucky enough to 10-01.< Fry Potatoes 4/s1./ -

else hoot killed a one deer for but their someone dogs. Mixed Vegetables & parrot Nuggets PKG.: ,. I ;;
They were l lucky enough to
get him anyway. LEAF SPINACH : : I ;; : ; I---I-----.1 ,
Meat Dinners 69; I MM* VMITHPumpkin ; 1 ;
. Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Newsome J <. 41, ,{. Pie I r.
I visiting relatives In'I : OOO THRU NOV. !1. !
I Perry Sunday. U'OCA&. .aNSnr., ,
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September traffic ORANGEJUICE : t I dt!..GREEN 1 STAMPS : I I .4'_GREEN._STAMPS : I dX' GREEN. .._..STAMPS.. ; I All...GREEN. ."! STAMPS ,
count on U. 8. 301 at a point I I j H ON' TWO CAN* mcM'' 1 '
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1" .
6 6-01 9. Iii eN< a-LO eo( .. TWO PKa I' rlrA n.
[ eLYa
., ro NICHfWhip
"L" I
3.8 miles north of Waldo was l I MAPLB 'J.,. W.D BKANO NAMw.eaN oN W Topping ;
CAN : Cube Steaks. .
3.141 in the northbound Ianeland : Sliced Bacon .LNONI' .
I : II 0000 TNOY NOV. '. I :"a"' .OOOt TMItU MOV.. 1* ; eOOOT""UNOV.,,_ ',. 1 .ooaTHllUNav.. lAT
3.31M.OJIuthbound.. These I :: : AT Oom"'L.,....IU' oY LaAAL WiNN' .,.,. : _U figures represent an Increase i I..---------..-----..a..-.:;............. ............... ;: .............................,......".......I
of 14.5 per cent (northbound] .i.
and 6.5 per cent (southbound .
over the-lame month \
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KEYSTONE INDIAN BEACH Kens Mr and enitvi:.Yirs.:lIned"Lucky"reciiul Lut.:;. I Keystone Employs Auditor Council Melrose Man I Flag Raising Indians Blank Crescent City I 12-0

f wth a birthday party honoring CeremonyHeld I

Ellens brother, E'jal; ; I The Keyxtone Heights Clt;

HIGHLIGHTS :\Ir.{Lake jai-K Santa F. Miller Fe)Sr. j Daugherty, of Macclenny< .'.. Council has employed Nel DrownsVhile\ FridayFlag To Continue \Winning Streak '

Several members: of the family Tucker of Starke to serve alI :

Hy :Mary Schaeffer AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I from J.icksanvllle: an I accountant for the dty.I' .
I Oalne.sville: attended. Wi, Tucker was hired In a special On Duck Hunt raising ceremonies al(t| The Keystone Indians continued -
Phone 173-4127 A chilly hello to all L
you their
Clay Elwtrlc victorious raldf.
must take this means also tc I ] meeting tee] last: Thursday CooperativE 1
this wet'knot that I n.ear I'' highlighter: the observance 01 as they added another scalpto
con.rattjlate' daughter Dorl s : night. nfter he had submitted The body ct Melphus Cue,.

HOLIDAY FOOD SALE ---- it haughtily just weather- on her acceptance on to tin, a bid of from $425 tc I 34-ycar-olj Negro laborer,, Veterans Day In Keystone their Totem Pole to

Raymond Farris and: Mr. wise I Keystone Heights Hitf'I $475 to audit the city's books,, was pulled from a pond In Heights last Friday. blanking the favored C recent I

The Woman's Club of Key- I and James G. Zowarka. Dick Hilliard and Pau:I School girl's basketball teamIt the southern part of Clay The flag was presented to, City Rebels] 12-0 her.

stone Heights will have a The Men's President's Cup Biannan: of Gainesville hac I is nice to see a younastei County, near Melrose early E. T. Martin, manager/ of. Friday nlgnt.; This victory 1 1I

Holiday Goodies Sale on Wed-, was won by Earl Voyles after quite a succebsful fishing trig win a cherished place wher I; NEWS NOTESBy Tuesday morning.J. Clay Electrl] ; by Billy Rose,' gives steadily improving Kev-

nesday, Nov. 23, In front ol'j a struggle of 90 holes, with over to Horseshoe this; week, they have worked so hard foi R. Chasteen Clay County past Charter Commander 01 stone eleven a four !game

the post office. The sale will runner-up, John Rufflnl. Don At least Dick says it was it. The whole! Lutuen famllj: Helen EganCOIMUNlrY District .4 justice of peace, American Legion Post 202.,.. winning streak and a 6-3 record -

begin at 9 a. m., and will I Shackleford came in third pretty good when he is tell-. has been bU3y settling th said that death apparently and raised b:> Scoutmaster, going; Into their final

feature pies /and other home- after a ;play-off, and then ing us about it. He complained : Steve Moore, assisted by four season game.The .
"family pet" In: it I is: th! CIIL'KCIIWorld drowning.
made specialties of the club Dutch Hennles had to defeat that some Georgia fisher- Scouts. Indians kicked off and
most adorable tiny strlppe I Wide Community; Cue left his home on Route I
members. Paul Tyre to take fourth mean realy rioppad up with 1, Melrose early Monday While the flag was being the Rebels took the ball on
piglet you could ever imagine Day was obseived at the gen. .
The dat Hvhich was chang place. Paul the fish there ani Dick,
was fifth. ov3i- .i from the 19thl I was chosen TEEING: OFF thinks: (th.it: l t! Is t Is quire humiliating meeting Prlrxjl Band pin] vert the Nation were able to advance to the
:Mr. anril's 1 : W. K Kit. (Ciiiii.-U. W'Mtn'':t I: on' November rvdirion arid when he failed I I ,
to b' .lust In time! for t'lecook The Keystone lady golfers. for a good SantaFe *n return that ,il] AnHi'iv! H:) "ripforo., tl--' Tnrtlnn rtpp"tvforfPd '
I Jr. havp recently been up IcSewawe. I 7 Mis. A A. BrainerdIe4 night a search
11yo ir family to Include p'aylnB1 for the Past Presidents' Lake fisherman! They got Turin. Thl'Yen'' the devotional] and! mission was started under directionof I Wi'Mim'! M. 'T'e*r". chAIr- them to punt. The Indiana -

seme additional:: delicious Trophy played their i home with their fair sluie of Deputy Sheriff Walter man of th.-: Memorial Committee received the, ball on John
especially to visit theli study a.ld a collection of :Mcf.ralh
items I in her Thanksglv- s"cond round. Thursday! Nov. speckled trout. thou h. Harvey.The I led the group In thn the 42 yard line and for the
youngest 'o.i, Robert E.. whc I $39.40 was contributed' toward -
ing menu. 10. After 36 holes. May Hen- In talking with Tins( El en- ..
Is student body was found about P'edge of Allegiance to the remainder of the quarter been Hi .i' Im.ranle, value
a nt t Sewaner a new training centerin
'The ladIes of the Woman'sClub drrson is leading the troup acher she reates: that she I is MilItary Acn-'rmv there This, Australia. The 7:30: a. m. TuesdaybyFloyd Flair and made a brief talk they: practiced the art of ball and his\ untiring efforts in

will be looking forward with 153 los net: Fran Ches- not expecting son. Bill Pace past weekend, they were IrTillnhassrp I articles of clothing manyI will and Rufus Dcnlev. :Ther' dis- In whlrh he pointed out that control. The ball was given promolin,; the aim. '"T the

to seeing you! sln ton, with: 157: and;! Vesta home until the Christmas ti visit their. I be sent to World Wide Community covered Cue's clothing and the fi! -
NOTE! last's all go on a I\lkpn and Pansy Hawes tied holldavs.( At that time Bill! Itq"'f'
forefathers to
our S"t- march the four yard line greatly commended.! .d-!
daughter.: A.I'la. who I Is B'fudpnt offices to be forwarded gun on the banks of the .11':!'
diet for a week so we can at 160. >!lani tn make the trip down nt F"U Alicia 1 lt! vlco- to the rural communities pond, and hl& hod., a short 'tlnrr forth the freedom And The] first downs; in thismarch :, < d In the hah time iU'U! Lit s

en.loy the vnrious Thanksgiving This has; been busy week from Washington. D. C. withTine's 4iemneracv, ..
a for to
i pre ldent to the TarporHub. of) India. ':distance: from sharP 'A dead' n enlov"Preceding wpre so that twoof was a momsnt: of silent pray-:
menu lt"ms with a clear for the Keystone Women brothel the them had
to be
i duck reremonv- tT.
] This was found floating
:Is a swim club Circles wttl meet on. Nov. on
!nnsclencelPTA I Golfers! Association. Ironwood Neighbor Connie Burnhlll. which partl-lpntes In spve-nl -1 l hth fJlo\vlnjr( homes: the pond, near the body, they Post 202-Chaplain( ] J. H. Mc- and the ball was found rest- For the second consecutive

TONIGHT : Golf and County Clubof has been off a week from her Earhern delivered the Invocation Ing literally inches the week
aquatic shows during tin" :\fl's.1: A. Schroeder's Circleat said, and It 1 Is assumed that over no Individual "Sa a.e"awards |

The Keystone Heights PTA Oalnesvil' !* !graciously invited work-In hoprs of resting upa school] term. 1:30: p. in. with Miss Gertrude Cue shot the duck, then removed and ('01. Graham Hutchinson length of thi chain. were made Coach

will meet tonight IThurs- the ladle for Golf and bit, but has spent most of Thl.s; has 1-epn a busy. week House: as co-hostess, his clothing: to wade new Post Commander The Rebels were unable to Rhodtm feels] that this win

lay] in th3 School Cafetor- Luncheon on Tuesday, Nov. the time kind of uncomfortable Into was presented. advance and punted from was another
for Jack' the water for it, steppedIn concerted team
us: : : Dad Clayton :Mrs. S. E. McKay; Mrs. JohnBlrd's
turn at 8 p. m. 15. On the same day, a few with & bronchitis con- Miller of Dade a sink hole and drowned. The Band and Boy Scouts behind their goal. The In- effort. Mickey Brokas turnedIn
City spent Circle at 1:30 ather
% A special Thank. glvlnR of the Keystone Ladies droveto dition. : p. m. assembled dians
several days visiting with at the bank corner again: started toward his best game of the sea.son. -
us. home with Mrs. EstheiKreuger
program will be presented by Fernandina Beach to playIn Mrs. Laurel Bunce called in Dad, Jack inc'! the at 9 a, m., where the band the goal Jin.* from the Rebels He completed two out of

>i the children of Mrs. Annlrauss' the Amelia Islanj Ladles the news item of the week: : boys enJoyed as co-hostess Mrs.A. .I ed luncheon at a restaurant played a number bpfore 48. The end of the quarterwas three passes and interceptedtwo.

$: Class! and of Mrs. she and the first day of huntIng H. Laffasse's at 1:30: at with exchange of gifts and a I
Invitational Golf] TourneyOn i dnughter Bunn3'held season over at Florahome her I marching in formation to the the only Interruption as Johnnj Moon and Ste-
homft.s, William
Agnes Strom's' Class. Be sure, Wedensday. Nov. 16. the the home front station to ; CUrintraas program. Watch Clav Electric groundS! on the Indians followed the fan Bi-okas played their usual -
-only return home withfour
to attend on} get into the monthly ;Golf-a-Round wa." arv while !Mr. Bunce was ] Beam Sr. Circle meets -at this column for further information Highway 21. same pattern but this time outstanding game while
squirrels.: On Sunday 1 ::30 with Mrs.! Olive Stevens .
Holiday spirit.COUNTRY played in Dunnellon. Todav away In Quonset Point. Stefan Brokas lit the Heskett
DAd Jack and daughter Joan and her sister Mrs. Mabel] up an.1:! McGrath continue -
cum NEWS Nov. 17. The Exchange Bankof Rhode Island concerning his CORRECTIONThe score bonid with a touchdown to improve.
The Keystone Golf and work. One -oturned for another day of Husbands.:' The morning cir Word has been received
Palatka Annual Ladles'Golf tiluht, hopIng! her plunire from the on- The season's final
It and got: hom with only clt Mrs. Elmer chalr- that Telegraph] same
Hawes Chuck regrets that
Pardee left
Country Club held a BoardMeeting' Classic hart an 18-holP] ears were deceiving! her Thel- Saigon yard line. The kick for extra will be played] hers Friday
one squirrel! Last Tuesday< mnn meets at 9:30: a. m. with on Nov. 15 an error w.13 made In announcing -
on Nov. 7, and decided tournament, followed bv ma snuzsled! ] >d deeper into tht'"o'.el's point was wide. Cl'ecentCltv'8 : against Flrl'ld"Cpntm1 A i
afternoon as we returned :Mrs.: OestrclcherMrs.. Gerald od one in Viet Nam. ruimers-up In the
among other thinis' cocktails and dinner. We trvln-r to Ignore an obvious year Last <- only threat In the first t Academy fiom Sorrento ThU' !
firm( the funeral] of Huhl'r'TAnnl'r '
Culbcrson Miss K.HS at the
co-hostess. Even-
August, his Keystone
that the Club would pay $5 hope the ladles had their noise and the dog'sfrantic / parentsthe half was broken up when i Is a Class / team and the
for associate of Providence rthe lUg Circles: Nlghtengales: will Charles Pardees, who now Heights sch.il In last week'sIssue.
an membership:
share of luck bark. Finally musterIng
: Rood this week lather Mickey Brokas intercepted .fl biggest! one that Keystonehas
of Earnest Tnnner of meet with their chairman Miss Elaine Lovorn
to the the Postmasters< was
Keystone Heights VolUnteer and will "do theirclub up her courage with her pass In the end zone with 52 ever faced. While their
Fire I Starkel. we went by to checkon Mrs. Phillip White, at 7:45.: I Village on Lake Geneva, were first runner-up and Miss
Dept. rhill in
nroud bumps, gun hand:!, seconds left on the clock. record is not too impressivethey
The Dew':v Murrhep and Rebpccns meet at 8 p. m. I advised on his Injuries whileIn Jackie Godwin was second
Tournament Committee she
LJOSF.I.L.SIF.ET: finally rousted the var- I This drive to the seven yard have shown marked Improvement -
for the comin year will )* mit out only find Frances Crews of Graham with :Mrs. Richard Sundoflanrl -- the line of duty. He was runner-up, according to decision -
? Mrs. Jack Miller]) of Indian to it was a I line was the first of trip and won last Fri-
and this Is always: a pleasurable ] \ .! as hostess. In of the judges.
be headed tv Jim Chps lnj- I Beach kept tin Llonollas fascinated peskY smelly skunk that t a combat group up into RI'hps'] two forties Inside the day's game 35-13. There t<

ton: Greens Committee. by at thejr regular meetIng roams the lakeside. ton. On SlInf:1Y.lal': : The folio.vine church members -I advanced country setting up Indians: 20. The second oft, no basis for comparison as
and Betty McGowan daughter -
Huntley Redtearn. Sr., Itouse on Nov. 2, at the home of Speaking of gun in hand, it : have been asked to serve communications for future Duncun. came In the fourth quarter they have had no mutual opponents ;:

Chairman Everett FoxHano1cap : Llonellas Jo and Helen IS that Urns of year at last. I Pat son. Chuck of Jack- on a committee to select a UW On that return, mission, CHURCH NEWS when the Indians only fumble but based on size

/ :! Chairman, Whit Wildt. The men folks walt on open- sonville stopped in for coffee new pastor for the Community 'the planewas attacked and District Rally for all members -, gave them the ball onKeystone's alone the Indians will ,have
Wyman; and Cart Committee Mrs. Miller demonstratedfloral day for huttng season like I cake and a. too-short Church, a? Dr. Holt has crashed. Chuck suffered several families and friends,, 21 yard line anti their work out out for themIn

Chairman Duster Aiken. arrangements, with an bright-eyed! tots waiting for visit. Monday momma I requested to be relieved .Eo broken rbs! and 'the bug' Saturday, Nov. 19, at 2 p. m,. they moved it to the 15 be- their attempt to post a
Presidpnt Wallv MuhTioferurged Christmas the pleasure; of driving! A Rushton, chairman: Mar. got him as he lay .in jungle at First Methodist Church Ir
accent on Christmas. She also morning to finally Jack's broth' r. W. R. 1 TBlllvl 1 t fore losing it on downs. ThP final win and a 7-3 season
,/' all! men of the club to ; gay! them some good get here. By the grape vine, Miller of Roosevelt vin Homer, co-chairman; I waters while awaiting rescue. Gainesville All are invited tc) third quarter was a see-saw record.

participate, 1 in the coming ideas' for Christmas gifts we got woid that Norman Roads. Mrs: David Nelson Mrs. Bar- He received a commendationfor meet at the Fellowship Hal:1 defensive battle with the Indians STATISTICS

Annual Puerto Rico and Mrs. EuniceM11UT TXW.vaubn.' :\ Frank Ilgen and his service on 'this mls- I at 12 noon for sandwihct
j .Tournament belnwed < they could make themselves. Barber got himself a spike a. t unable to capitalize or I KHS; CC

,> in Kevston" Nov. 19-20. 1IFRE N* THERE buck on Runday. When I up t9..7ackooonvllle""Na- Howard Tucker. 'I'he'com- !ion. and while convalescing lunch. Bring your own sand.. a fumble that guve.their I First Downs 14 11

Even Sand"*..'".".rs are welcome Mrs. Theodore Jung of Kew called to aak his permission(I catch val Air his Station plane back for Billy to! the to mittee would appreciate any he Instructed new'. recruits In which, drinks will be turn.. possession! on the Rebels] 2'i r Yds gained rush 225 112
i !
." says Wallv. Gardens. Lonir Island' I Is; to print and the story Information concerning pos- Jungle warfare. ished. All will leave Melrose i yard line.Keystone. Yds gained 30 67
'it The club '- cernlnsr he Islands. He had mule an un- stole candidates to be referred Chuck will return by TWAto at 1:15: p. m. and proceed to t *
t we'-omlTi new spending two weeks with Mr. same. very con-// excectej, overnight trip / scored:! again Passes 2-4 7-21
/ up to any member or church Norton Air Base In California -
members. Mr .nn-j Mr Robert fully told me thAt I Gainesville as a group early In the final quarter on Passes intercep. 2 0
rCone'nelN"' On N ,, Pane1Announcing : and we all not to visit with t ."e'ert Ja ry.T1INlSGiVI''a. I where he will meet Mable I
A Ha" "*. Mr. and Mrs. nf-5 thit he ALSO !pot an-I him I I Pe.ir.sall Circle will a drive that started on thl'Tl'1dlano Fumbles; lost 1 1
for lusr n minute Mondav -
!snvicrVALItJ.4 his bride who h" Ipff. ,
_I other t! : one on Monday: plus aslicter'n 'I onlv a mr1 on WP111PqdAV. Nov. 30 ; 41! ,trrt. line. Stefan tCpv.sf.ortP> 0 1 ff 0 Off/ --'"
IIJICItI.: :\Fi.s, R'lbv Dvulnnrt Ti! .nkivlif: siM1.Ires i i 10 v mar- : ,
i H 111 t iit the! honiiof
potinl! irohblpr"] nIs )\\ |, nroY'n"at"leci! over right! Crescent CHv (0 0) (d I ..1' '
irrandson Andv
that for ]luk? He 1M- this< ; rime I ( will he hell November 2' ('nln" a month's vacation. Mrs. L. W. Neefus.' Mrs. Reed tackle' for four yards, movlncthp Keystone Stefan Brokns-1
Imd( supper" ",I'h us and stnvv it 10 a. m In the CommunIt.v Friends' of B. T Hutson,
will be in
charge of the
5 fabulous] hunting! in Camp! pro- bull Into Rebel territoryOn : yd. run Johnny Moon 47 yd.
I' < > (on to do sf>m" rurtiln Churc'i' sanctuary Thfrnngregatloni 'ither of Mrr. Walter Gro- ;
gram thp next
Blandlnir and was: accomnan- play QB Homer run.
THE OPENING OF led by B. E. BIMrv Ani B. C "pwlng' for our new rooms. of St. Ann'- !lick like to remember him The WSCa will visit Rev. hunted' off to Johnny Moon

Mr and :Mrs. Lonnl Oornto F l!< 'opal and the Baptls'' vfth greetings
Blbhv of Jacksonville. > ( on his BSth and Mrs. Tyler at Eustls on who scampered around rl! had Mr. ard Mr Clinton Churches IIIVF been Invite' birthday, No'. 16. Since Mrs.
Nov. 10. Fellewshlp Supper, end 47
The Eugene/ KinchPn fam- :yards; for the night'sfinal

Yvonne's Nook !lv! spent a ]hone! weekend! In Piilbrpth! of Wivrross., Ga. A< ,tn loin In this observance Hutson's passing- our Tom Dec. 4 at 3:30: p. m. at the wore. An att>mptey KEYSTONE

Knitting their miests on M">njnv SOrt Wllllmn Worstall of St in ivw'MM. with retatlvps. In
IVJM. education
our mlrM r'.nnks; tn A"" building at Mel- floss, for the extra point waInromplete. Drive-In Theatre
Tiipsrtav. Over the weekend. Annp'' will deliver the Tncksonvllle at
cran's Day holiday]: from their ser 3014'Bopne rose Methodist.! Bring your ] .

work and. school. Jimmy: and their son. Ous and wife PPg- mon. The offering will go tc t>ark, Jacksonville 32303. covered dishes and join in Fans were) given metal] PH.. Sat; Nov. 18, 19
av came down from Valdosta the American Bible Society Mr. and Mrs. William Walz]
:, FREE INSTRUCTIONS our T. C. hunted some on the fellowship.Nov. mlnature flags' and American CMNUY COMMNV""," _'
On. Ous wcrt to the
Sunday and got enough/ ; VKTKRANS DAY) are also duo i for congratula 25, at 7:30: p. m. the Legion/ "I'm proud I'm an I CAHY GRANT''

University I u take! his en- ttJN,: ;u4ON tions! 'as the'celebiated Cub Scout Pack will meet at American"
squirrels) ] to smell the Irving stickers In commemoration -
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC YARN' The Klnchens haveadded trAn('" exams for ndmUslor( Col. O. F. Hutchison. Commander ..their Golden Wedding Anni- the FellowshJa: Ial1. I of Veterans Day SAMAfmfACOOAir'\
pan up.f
to BTBrtunte Lnw School. He of American Le'rior'Post '' ror"arv on November 20. JIM! HtirroN*
:! on to their cottage recently Nov. 23 Union Thanksgiving These were furnished bvrntrminrter .

Lawrence Boulevard and spent the biggest expects to finish at Valdosta 21>2, Mrs. Hutchisonand Colorful] Christmas greetIng Services will be held\ : at Charles; Sheafferof '\,. ,..II

State College soon and plansto Col. anj Mrs. David Nel. cards showing the InterIor .IOI.C.Ilrca.'t'
Keystone Heights Florida portion of their weekend the Faith Presbyterian the Post 5fl of StarkP !
working on It to become go: into law perhaps tr: son were !guests! at the of the new Community Church, with Rev. William Commander Sheaffers help --.........-

Athens. Ga. As; these exams monthly covered dish lunch- Church, *re now ready and I in the orunrlzntlon
their homewe of the
Phones: permanent may be taken at several different eon of the Fellowship Clut;? win be oil sale noon at. 13:I perbox (Continued on next page) Kevstnnp- fl'lr'l"e Post has

Business 473-1665; hope.Miss places.:! Gus enjoyedthe |
Res. .175-2960 Evelyn Dobson, her on November 10.Thirtyeight of 20.A'rcJ'llteeunl.

several teacher opportunity: of taking;; hUclose members an? i>]1ans for A
mother and
friends came down from home so he could get: Ina audits enjoyrd, an Inspiring Senior CItizens Club house In

Jacksonville the week- little fishing too. address bv Col. Hutchison) the City Park, as drawn by KEYSTONE
over Last but not least -something extremely qr hlffct! Mike HEIOHTS1ELROSE
I end. Some attended the Tu- who came from :In : Adams, lion ofMr.

of Fla. in one of our charming busy life In Miami several !\ and Mrs. Gordon Arams,
lane-Unlv. game
I Gainesville while other young neighbors! \ has waited;! a years/ ago for an Intended retirement -| nltl be drt display' ; soon at the

I whole year lor--:Miss Peggy at his retreat rlftf' hall. BUSINESS DIRECTORY
nea/ ,
stayed behind to catch up on
; ; ;t,;' S% ome flshln'. We understand Shaughncsscelebrated/ ? her Lake Geneva. .. A. .. Mr. and Mrs. fl. M. rtwypr

fifteenth birthday on Wednesday Honored members attend: '- i nf Svrfirtl.se., N Y. spent a
fhPV hOod fair luck.
"I Nick and Virginia: Simon -so a late "HappyBlr'hday" tow were Charles King. who few elAV'I recently] wish Mr. Aiilo Sales! & Service HIMITTV !SHOP: NURSERY

I II, long weekend to you. will celebrate his 92nd birth- and Mrs. Louis Kyle, their _
I, spent "But because of radio, tel-
and Is former .
I Shack"and day on December 17 a neighbors.Mrs.
working around O.C.Carncs
evision, and newspapers War Veteran KEYSTONEBEAUTY NurseryIliway
If their Spanish American Roy Bridges has recovered -
helping:! younegranddaughter. '
f little Lorlnda: there was; no refuge. Col. ; and three Gold Star and returned home 10U. Flornhome

Sheppard of Gainesville Hutchison said. "Reports of Mothers. Mra. William PInon after being hospitalized for SPRING MOTORS SHOP Miles SE of Starke

riots crime dishonest among and Mrs. over-exertion. Nursery StockThous-
Mrs. Nell Grayson, She has worked -
catch a feN fish. Virginiasays public officials, and Immorality Complete Service Sc Parts. ForVOLKSWAGEN .
ft The to energetically and of Plants & Fruit
I they did not catch many Nettle Stltchberry. grave cochairman Edith Johnnon. Own.r
among both young and of Thomas FInley In Hope of the church bazaar Trees to choose from. Nice
due to havtn: boats come so
old. were !HO disturbing! that decorated by that she Personal Shade
I close In to the dock that rods Cemetery was needed rest Trees. Evergreens
reels and concrete I Wt I could no longer: sit Col. Nelson. and erulet. Everyone 1 IA haoov "If It'. For A Volkswagen & Landscape Plants. All

T': : Works; were rulled even overboard'Mr. back complacently In my retreat During/ the business session to know that she Is back A Creative In containers -plant any
We Have It.
and Mrs. Art Wheeler The challenge: was too the Nominating Committee hom And will be with us on Hair Styling: time. Camellias & azaleas

Rick and Tina had as guests! "I.t for me to decline when presented the following th* 17th. Ajw ys Plenty of Good Used' Let u* do your landscaping! '

I over the rec.nt football week- asked to sere as Commander" slate of officers to be Mrs. Barrv Wvman. chair- Individual Beauty Care Phniu ffflPACKAGE ,.!' "

i end. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Car- of Hutchison the new said.Post "If 202,honorresponsibility. Col.. voted on at the next monthly man of decorations and arrangements Volkswagens In Stock Every Form of Beauty Culture

President. Julius for STORE
meeting the bazaar.
wnter and four children of
morality, and Green Cove Springs, 281-9209
underwent ] Open Tues.-Sat. ft-S
Tampa. The Carpenters and Hanson: 1st Vice President, surgery last. week. ;

the Wheele.-s were acquaintances commonsense are old-fash Mrs. Ethel Weyman; 2nd Well wishers may mall cardsto _ THE BLUE PINFS
ioned. then I old fashioned Monday
am -
I Vice President. Mrs. William Keystone Heights.WEI.ROSF.
when: both worked as and let the! record stand! !I" Package Store' <&
II Whirlpool representatives In ; Secretary Keystone Heights 473-4808
he concluded.! :
Ariz. Emily Ison; and Treasurer,
Tuscon Mr. Carpenteris
The Breadwinner The Fellow-shin Club 'h appreciative Mrs. Nettle Smith. 9 A.M -12 P.of: Excep-!:
now district t manager/ for of the
; this and Rotary It was voted!! l that all future Electrical !Sales: Sunday
Knows that the first slice from his weekly I pay same company Club's !gift of an Ameriran luncheon meetings be held KING'S & Service Dance Evprv Saturdav' Night
transferred to Tampa.
belongs! in his savings! account. To get your right Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Morris Flag and standard which on the /seoond Thursday of I Yeoman's Electrical] 4 ;MIT.F* JIlT OF
By Null ft"thhamm.
WHS iisrd for the first time on KFVSTOVKRE.Xf. fTF.Wf1TiII
ful cut of the money you earn, save before you and children spent last weekend each month In the Maw>nlp :

spend. Open a savings account deposit a slice I : in Eustis visiting relatives silence VetPrans was Dur.observed A moment In mem-of Hall at 12:30: Entertainment : &4AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, Service Station Sales & Service ESTATE

of your earnings e\ err payday. After the "bread" Thev report that: they ory of the loss of Thomas programs and cards can be Duplicate Bridge winners

r comes the gravy; your money earns interest, were nearly in hysterl-s over Finley. enjoyed in this hall! as arranged last week were: lit place FrIgidaire Appliance LAKE LOTS

\| compounded regularly.KEYSTONE looks they !got from pulling a by the committee. Mrs. Emory Cooper and Mrs. USED CARS AT Lake Geneva '5.VX (Trm)

f large boat home with them Notice There win be NO R. P. Lake Brooklyn 13200 (Terms)
Vein. 2nd .
behind a Volkswagen but I TITR': RIGHT TOIVT f..r the tame-fun day! In Novemberor Kenneth place-Mrs. BARGAIN PRICES Maytac Waaher* Trailer LotS S.VO: up fTermi)
Har and Mrs.
STATE BANK December and the following Eve- MORTOAOT5 BROKER
Mrs. Morris and the children
I tsar' you write. Come In and committee was named! by lyn F. Pennlnmroth. Three Zenith And Motorola Vn.'EELECTRIO
have ben kl.id of down with tits for 3'd TVPPR'l i:
place- Mrs :
t 'Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. the flu bur and we wish a I your l* Pyle: MU :B.!lale! \,fA. M. Ilgren, 4TA-481A
speedy recovery( for them-' for th* Chrtstmn Party on1eeember Rutherford s> Sl t1.r He&tara
ii Mrs Ray Backer. R. Lovorn 473-4152:
: ,
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly or was that !aryarnitls causel BROOK( fonntatn' pn.' TET.E- 9: MM. William WaS .Ift AN0 ACCTTUKVWELDING
RUlyer Mrs.
f from laughing souch Beam. Mrs. Amv Farrell, and, : S.E.McKay, Realtor
4 Community. Roland Bry n and! Mrs. tM P. O. Box 1M
Mr Ruth Maim tren. A .ma- lIeIrGowIKEYSTONE HETCJHTSFliona
\ IitII. of the emen "ojgr! flPOL, W-SUi. moo' 475-2X71:

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TIHIKSU.VV.'. NOV. 17. lug'

.....,...'...... COUNTY T...'''.."'... ..'""...... 4'LOlIIfl.
tt.tr.14, TTTM.VI2 nn_ n _
-- -- -
----- ----- Bradley spent the weekend in Stan.:) r
I and Mrs.
ing at Terri Parker HiKlv)I II hAd i all been together for verslty of Iowa. From, there I School, 10:001: 1a),' m. Morning]I Oa. and two children Dana Geiger were Mr.of Merritt Island Mr. darln with their dau "ter
Butler -
KEYSTONE I School--In 'the same capacity many :years and Mrs. Haber- they drove 10 Chicago to visitAirs. Worship ll:0t: ) a. m. Training and Todd Eldet of Lake Sadie and Mrs. O. L. Cox and:! Mr. Mrs Margaret Ann P'el.r, ;

I as slit did !in Keystone High .stroh reports a fine time had Garber's sister. Mrs. Melrose/ Union, 6:30: v. m. Evening were guests of Mrs and Mrs. J. D. Bradley and and children Stevie Pei ice! IS

HILJTES School as I guidance counsOlol'.1)I by all. Mrs. Baugher is alsoa Joseph Williams. In Chicago Worship, 7:30: p m. Midweek Elder from Friday to Mon- family of Orlando. spending the winter with .,1

Marty is completing; his college ] former Keystoner. and Mrs. Oarber was delighted to prayer service: Wednesday, day.Visiting White- Rev. and Mrs. H, H. Mottof ijrand parents..

I work at Jacksonville ]long-time Keystoners will remember see snow but it only made (From preceding page) 7:30: p. m. Rev. R. L. Tag- the C. R. week- Brooker visited Mrs. Ken- Mr. and Mrs. F. G C< .u Jl'r,

[From Preceding IaKe1fnd University: They are faithful I her and her husband her husband more anxious to gart pastor. Everyone wel- head family over the neth Mott and daughter spent their vacation 1..1.
I ; Poppell preaching. and Mrs. Leonard s
I renders of the Bradford the late Dr., Leland] Baugh- get back: to Keystone come. end were Sgt. Sunday afternoon week visiting relativeGeorgia. 1'1'
Schuber of SCHOOL NEWS arid daughter
Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Schuber County Telegraph] and like er. who was once mayor of Heights! Carolyn T'son, daughter of Mrs. Cecil Whitehead was Sumter S. C. and Mr.\ and Mrs. G. W. Brown .

.. Clover Lane. to keep up with their Key- Keystone Heinhts.! On Friday, Mrs. Helen Lawrence our Tison Is in Gainesville Friday visitingher Linda of --.....
sisters. Mr and Mrs Dock Moore of
Mrs. Jung are and Mrs Jim
and aunt Mrs. Ida George Mr.
stone friends via this column. Jack Hnbezstroh drove to local librarian is happy to for

Mrs. George; Schaeffer and Guests of the Jack Haber- Mims: to fetch Gladys home report that Billy Rose has the Homecoming School.Queen Servingin who is a patient In the Ala- Jacksonville. NOTICELet's (
Martha. visited Melrose High Richard West, Misses Mar-
(daughter. stroh's la-t Tuesday andVednl'sdny while the New York cousins presented the Library with a chua General Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Marnnn. (. her court are Senior Con- Mr. and Mrs. Marlon] Elder]: tell Johns. Marlon Faulk and
were :Mrs Haber- continued on a sightseeingtour beautiful new American Flag
Jr. lust weekend at the nie King: Junior Marlene Ayers all of Jackson-
and daughter and Mrs Bes- Sonya Republican
stroh's coUSins :Mrs. Leland of Florida] and standard something Register
Fountains Apartmentsin Odom and S;>phomol'efarle: Saturday evening
'Three sie Allen of Starke and Ken- ville were
Williamson., N. the Library has long been
Enxleson] Charles Gar-
/ Mr. and:! Mrs.
Mrs Varbrough. Maxie
South Jacksonville. neth Elder] of Jacksonvillewere guests of Mr. and Mrs.

', Magann Is the Schaeffer's I Y. and Miss Lamella :Harper !, ber have returned to their needing Jamcs Friday is Homecomingnight all Saturday supper Carter and family.Mr. All Republican voters, come to the Courthouse

elder daughter. Enroute home of Rodle tcl'. N. Y. On Wednesday I Nelson's Point home after a William Mrs. Knight E. Knight, and Mrs.Mrs. for Melrose Football guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. and T.Irs. V N. Geiger Saturday Nov. 19, at 10 A.M. and REGISTER

Sunday afternoon Mrs. Schaeffer : Mr. HAberstroh and nice trip to Pcorla. Ill. where, team. They will play host to Elder] and family.Mr. of Jacksonville and Mrs. J. REPUBLICAN with many of your friends.
of Jacksonville
left for :Minis for | October :2!!U. they attended Charlotte Henning -
and Martha drove byway her cousin on Jacksonville Christians Melrose ]- and Mrs. Marvin War- M Bradley scent the week-

of Arlington, and calledon 1cousins' reunion nt the,I the wedding of their niece were guests of Lake Mrs Football hold a 3 win, ren and daughter. Lynne ofJacksonville end visiting relatives. They

Mr and Mrs.\ Martin Ra- home of Mr. Vivian: Sanders ;, Nancy Annes. to Thomas Robert Lambing on 6 lost 0 tied record. Con-
I were Friday
mos and their daughter Michelle. a former Keystoner. Another Seidl] The following:] day they Brooklyn the ]ladles] ]last enjoyed Tuesday luncheonand and: ference record is 2 win 6 overnight guests of Mr. and In the STARKE Area

} Marty and Helen] have 1'018111.11'\ : Leland Bau-thcr drove to Iowa City to see lost, 0 tied. Jax Christiansare Mrs. J. L. Bradley and family ,

bought a nice little home on of Tampaas also pi"enl( their son. Eric who is doing bridge.Mr. not in the Conferencethis .

Ector Road. Helen] is teach- It was the first! time they "nurination work at the Uni- Lambing. and will Mrs.spend Thanksgiving Robert- year. i i Miss Carol Padgett of Mid- who's the In Crowd talking to

157 en-
Brownie Troop No
holidays with Mrs. dleburg is living with her
I Joyed trip to the Florida
Lambing's brother-lnlaw] and brother and family Mr. and Buick dealers mostly .
week. Ac-
I State Museum last ,
f'I sister. Brig. Gen and Mrs. N. :Mrs.: Jerry Padgett and chil-
companying the girls were
W. Gable, in St. Petersburg. dren and attending school In
f I leaders Mrs. Dock Tison, CO.
; II II I Charlie and Kitty :McOlave; Mrs. Eugene Sapp Mrs. Billy Starke. GREEN BUICK GM

were in Lakeland last week- Bud Mr. and Mrs.! W. R. Mathisof
and Mrs.
I Singleton
end, attending the Fall Con- Thompson.The Gainesville spent Saturday 132-134 N. Court St., Starke

ference '>f Florida Lions. Womans' ClubIs with Mr. and Mrs. Maxie
I Melrj
Charlie was. Inducted: into Carter and family
I having a Buffet Dinner on
; "The Tarnished Brass" fraternity Dewayne Elder of Valdosta] ,
I Wednesday. Nov. 30 at 8 p.
whose membership Is
I m. The dinner will be followed ]-
confined to past-District
by a White Elephant
Governors of Lions Interna- !
auction sale. Just 60 tickets r'L1'
will be sold.PERSONALS. ", I
] .,
Sorry we didn't hear about :..ri

Charlie being in the Brad-
Mr. and Mrs. R V. Ford

ford County Hospital] several spent Saturday afternoon :. ,r
weeks until he out
ago visiting :Mr and Mrs. Grant
and all well. It would take
Rothammor of Cedar Keys. .
more than a hospital] stay
Mrs. Mae Terrell guests T'EFSPRAVIFKJSPANISH '
and surgery to slow Charlie
Monday was Milton Drake of
down, Kitty, too for that
Orlando] '
BANKING BY MAIL BRINGS matter. They are the go-Ing- :
Col. R. L. Barron of Madison -
est and do-Ingest couple In
I Is exnected shortly, tospend

US RIGHT TO YOUR DOOR Keystone We hear! that Ronnie Homer several] days visit with MOSS KILLS

Col. T. A. Hancock.
son of Mr. and: Mrs. Mar-

Housewives' and business people, alike, find vin Homer, currently stationed several Mrs. Cecil R. Hook in spent TREES! I IrS
days! Tampa
this a most convenient, time-and-travel- I with the US Navy In visiting her daughter and II I

saving bank service! You, too, can bank by Newfoundland] where he has family Mr. and Mrs. J. J.

mailquickly and safely-in bad weather or been for several months. He Hearne Jr. Mrs. Hook's It smother beautiful shade
expects to get back to the j

good, any hour, any day, busy, or far away! States In February, and be 10 eranddaugh'er birthday celebrated during her her trees end fruit bearing trees bv

stationed In Maine. He also restricting breathing. Florida Pest
Write ask for free grandmothe.'V! visit. Control ,li
or us hopes to get home duringthe equipped to kill it for
Col. and Mrs. E E. Kirk-
Bankirtg-by-Mail forms TODAY! transfer. His mother says you, protect your Investment
patrick few in
spent a days
that every long-distance call This expert service Is just as near

';r Ronnie makes to his home St. Petersburg visiting witha os your phone. Simply call
friend Mrs. Edison Thom
costs an average of $23 but is

worth every penny I as.MaJ. FLORIDAPEST F
and Mrs. R. P. HollU
Bucky Bunce. of Mr.
FLORIDAB weekend guests were Col. and CONTROL
and Mrs. W. L. Bunce, is sta-
tioned with the US Army : Mrs.Bennett.: T. Stanford Dlunden of Go< CHEMICAL CO.

Reserve at I Ford Leonarc'

." : ARK JIT t : >S'Y.A.R'KE': 1 :, ,iI. Wood Mo. r.nl expects to be Branford The L.: O.former Baldwins'residents] of of DIAL

home the first part of December -
!Melrose] visited In Melrose
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group months, after Reserve serving duty.Bucky's six. last weekend Their daughter. -

Sara of Stetson University
buddy, Elam Glisson,
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. was here for the week-
who joined the Reserves at
the same time will be home end
Mrs. Dock Tison and Mrs. di}
from Fort Eustls Va., on :
Billy Slnnlntori! attended! the .
s- Nov. 10, for a ten-day furlough Inter
y. NelThborhood Girl]
and according to his .
Scout meeting at t
""o<.t; the First # r
., :( wife, Lora- he will go back
Methodist Church In Gainesville -
J- .
for three weeks: and then be
last w ek. ,
... out having served his six '
"< '" '
j Danny Sapp celebrated his ,
1- months. Mrs. Glisson is the
R af
--_ a ninth Birthday with a family
former Lora Meserve, daughter -
a- party at his home.
of Mr. !and Mrs. Bill Mes-
t tt.
f Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hag- s t .
erve, of Half Moon Lake. f t {I t t
glund Sr. guests for the ? >k
Cliff Chapman, son of Mrs.
weekend were their daughterand
Betty Chapman, has com-
family, Mr. and Mrs.
Dieted] :! his schooling at the f t t r aY
Robert Jones and Terry. Ter- "
|, Naval] Air Reserve Station In S
ry celebrated his 9 Birthday
Memphis, Tenn. and came
home Thursday Nov. 10. He
a 1, v. Mr. and :Mrs Adro Brown
expects to go into the regular]
l ? had as their guest for lunch
: Navy in February or March
\', Mrs. Mary Reeves and
,, for two yea vs. It is nice to
daughter, also Mr. and Mrs.
see some of the
tin young men
Robert Wiggins and family
I of Keystone home again for'
o' r
all of
n ': n 5 a while Gainesville

i' Dean Brown son of Mr. ,

and Mrs Adro Brown won } Q

third place In the Arena Race

:' if IJ last week at the Horse Showin

Hampton.Mr .

.J rr Tnterdemonlnatlonal and Mrs. Calvin] F.
s y r
{ Tounsend hive their
as guest
Community Church Dr
r" their daughter Miss SusanR.
A. C. Holt minister: Mr
Carrier ot Portland
Oregon -
George Conova arsonist!

r rt Sunday School 9:30: a. m whom they had not seen
In almost
seven This Is
Morning Worship, 11 ... m years.
a most happy event for Susan
: -
rr Nursery open both hours],
and her parents. Eugene )I I'I

Presbyterian |' and Chester Tounsend. her J. t. f 'i s' !i'

Faith Presbytertan Church 'I brothers who attend Melrose] t f a tA k

jcw'i -R.'v ,T. R. Neale Jl. min School also] a family get-to- m

!tater VW.. A WUlar!, organist 'gether with her aunts, Mrs.

fr : Mrs Carl Swisher, '. Virginia Minton and Mrs.

9 e" summer organist. Velma McGuffey of Haw-
.1' 4
thorne, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin .
Sunday> School 9;V> *. m l' '

Morning Worship 11 a. m Tounsend live at Edgar. -. s h
I t .L
1 Sunday, [Nursery open both .. .... . . . y, ',' q :
'V. .. .. .. ....".. .. .. .. ..".. .. .. ..". .: f # +w
hours. Iot..r.\ l lt.4iqr
I .. .
-Epl canal ',,- ,i
I St. Anne's Rev N. W Kingslev Lake : ; i' : (i. 5 4. '.; ,

Worstail vicar R O. "
I ; Copeland -

t t r b rr I organist :\1..... E. :M. Norton a .. ,
M. r t
t= t<, i Morning Prayer and. Ser Phone 333-2081 t ,1t t rp 5.

it ,, mon 2nd and 4th Sundays e.ynyyyyv..yyyvy..yv'. ]
k 0:30: a m. I nursery; open i -

Holy Eucharist: and sermon CIltKCH: SCHEDULES The forest means so much to everyone-hunters,
set sights on tall timber-if you want to bag!

t. "I I know what my money'll earn in a bank!" '! 1st and[nursery 3rd Sundays openly] 9:30 Churct.: A Sunday Kingsley School.Lake 9:45 Baptist: a, m.- a big one, for that's where the wild game hides out. fishermen and conservationists alike. That's why we

11\1. !, 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eu- Morning Worship, 11:00: a. m. And if you're fisherman, you know that clear forest- try to manage our land to benefit all-to help Increasefed

Captain Samuel Higgins has sailed the must declare In advance the interest rate chavlst 8 a. m. each Sunday.*' Training Union 6:15: p. m. lakes and streams are where the big fish drift the wild game alqng with the supply of pulpwood.

restive sea for many years: ills shrimping it'll pay on savings deposits for a certain Evening Prayer 7:30: P. M Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.

trade has provided him wuh a generous period. And this rate, being guaranteed, each Sunday EYe, 9t:;: P. M Midweek prayer service.

be regardless of earnings. each Sunday Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Choir
I amount of hard-earned dollars. But Captain must paid
practice, 8:30: p. m. Rev Jim
Sam is a quiet, thinking man and ha knows If' In comparing this savings proposition with Dally offices! of Morningand Rigdon, pastor. "Come let us

is near when he must retire and EveningPrayer, 8:00: A.
the day others offered to him, Captain Sam worship together."

live off the dollars he has managed to save... ) ,. quite naturally came to the conclusion M. and 5:00: P. M. Beulah Baptist. Sunday e-t

\ Through systematic savings at his bank, f' that, for him, a bank offered a Baptist >

he has seen the worth of his money ,l.J ."" good return with maximum security Worship services : Sunday p. m. Novena and Benediction.

increase, and he knows it will continue ;. .. (for his savings. 11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. [nursery 7:30: p. m.

with guaranteed interest. open)I.Sunday J.
to increase
Guaranteed interest means that his bank. Banks are interested in people. School] 9:15: a. m. -LutheranLutheran

[nursery open]. Training TAv I Church of Keystone
People get interest In bjnks.Ov .
: i,+ :Ul, ,'f r? Ion. 8:30: p. m. [nursery open] Vicar Richard Meyer. mini-
llfl: : Catholic ster i R. O. Copeland, organist
: '
'f .
-iW)1lJ $ f ( I 11a.
1.. \ ( St. Divine worship, Sunday
W1J.l.1am&-Fr. Edward A.
.. .. \, 'II f' .
m. Holy communion 2ndSunday CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AME&ICAFenandkia e.
Kirby priest in charge. Mrs.E. .
r 400 tarts tn Florid behind yea end your community"FLORIDA A. Lamar organlet. I of each month. Beach, Florida ,.. '- --

BANKERS ASSOCIATION Sunday-Mass. 7:30: a. m. Service held at St.' Anne's -
Episcopal] Church, Keystone
Monday Inquiry Class 7
l [I Heights, Fla.




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TIlUltSI\V., NOV. 17, tullli --- IL'DII'OR COUNTY TIII: ORAPII. BTAimn FLOIUn\ ..

I ,I Hd for thc Boaid: In th.- matter liitli/ns,, und atr.-.... ilium,'arnat f door from oifl! I< .. tr, 4h,"|. ai,Itv of th.tr.i<.k shall. bi Uavolaat. TalcOi, r I Orlando was a Sunday over- determined, by the all structural or load area shall have a key lui 1 kH .
night guest cf Mr. and Mrs. I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED CONTRACTOR covered by: thin Th..c-ontracl word hi'Rrlng components 0\ FoRtIt1.1.0011... ,inn ntlfnfturer, .o .1'fl"'II"n, t Property rhe Issuance.To.. By Uurortej.The City. <. By Od'

oJ.I: I>e.la. Loads A.I llcsrrlptloaoprhe will. not exc'ffil I 1.4""> or the
Drew "Contractor chat) mean the Of
: Sweat. 4650,0001tJtilitII )
Starke FlorIda
RAIFORD CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY party of the second part. h<-reIn .- The vertical load, xhall In- ,l doom .-hHll bo span The lower rail challhave Revenue Honda SerieS

Mrs Ruby Yarbrough hadas aftor dpalarnated enterln elude tile deud. load .and alive im'tal, jci i tlipnal .torsion H ,aiMed I Nod riding' Hereinafter. More Particularly .

Sunday afternoon guest Into a contract fur the p..r- load. .>!' not l less. than 20( spring type .aa Indicated. OK surtecva 1968 Or To BeAffected
By Mrs. Earl Dobbs :Mrs Nancy Tompkins of Or- Recreation, News vlted, to attend. Watch tin : fnrmanc of the work required PMP. appjled on the liuruonaprojection drawings, nl"untvd,. with reverSe .- .. n._." Huspenslitn. )Hrstem In Any Way Thereby:
track and standard All necessiirv' < )lumps hunKer -
of the roof strucHire. angle/ -
further announce-' the> learul Florida,
Phone 4962601j4AAAAA&AAAAAAAAAA i lando. Saturday ovel'nlghtIuest Plans are la the malting tat paper for of!Bald representatlv the Horizontal wind load. head. room hardware. It .. rods and other fittings. The State of of
party or agent appointed Attorney
State :
.. was Mr Bell Addisonof a Hop on November 23. for the ments. to MCI for enid parn applied to> the vertical hall. wide. (bars. shall ba 20ili)' and from whlf h the runway. issuspended the through Kin-nth Judicial' Circuit: of
CHURCH; NEWS bo 25 PS1-? actlnir either Inward >' 4' wide door shall. beT from the o".rh.adat..1
Jacksonville.' entertainment of teenagers at In the performance of th" said state and the .."..ralprope.ly
Mr. andIrs.. Robeit The Church of od In Christ, work. or outward. The slmultnnoous 24 Ga. shall be provide as part owners taxpayers,
the Bono Recreation Center. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Minerof uplift wind load on El.Et"rruletLri : : of the crane svstpin Rigid
Faulkner of Jacksonville\ All interested teenagers are In- Elder D. R. Williams paatoi BIDDER: Any ImHvldtmfirm roof actlntr normal to roof .Rertliei attachment of the runway rltlanns and others having or
or .
Jacksonville visited rela- corporation submit rlg t. title orInter".t
were Friday afternoon guestsof The Sunshine Band. a Jew tin*' a proposal. for the worlcontemplated slope shall. not be less than. ervlcu. shall be VO-V three to the I building structure, will claiming In any to be af-
their mother Mrs. Ruby tives here Tuesday.Mr. organization had its regular than 31.it 1"<410'. The rigid wire single phase. with, 2" not I be permlted. The runwayIra..k. property the
fei ted the Issuance by
I by
Yarbrough. and Mrs. Jack Casonof ily. of Mr. business meeting. Wednesdayat 1.5 RIght; .. Hejrrt .. %er.pfMide shall frames. be for designed the Repair to carry Shop 714:SM...?.1.. I/O...TW..1 copper. shall by. hunger be flexibly rnd", from suspended City of Starke Florida, of the

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Oreen Ormond Beach are visiting Johnny Stevens son 5 p.m. The following of iicers : The owner reserves. the right the monorail load as culled Main pannvl shall. he XKQ the building IOlrll, <'lII', : Manner rtlllty Revenuu Bonds, Serlee particularly
their and Mrs. W. E. Stevens of I In 12-34 CKT flu ih ITK? rods .shall 1 he I I" tllaim-ter 1968 hereinafter more
parents Mrs. Alice Cas- for under bid Item two < pannel
Carolyn to
elected reject
and son of Jacksonville vIsIted were : any or all bid. o' desc'rlbed. or to be af-
the State Farm left last addition to the above men- 100 AMP main built In 220- and made' from high carbon
on and Mr and Mrs. Theo- 1 to accept any blcl shoal I It hereby:
Mary Freeman last Davis. President; Daisy Davis fnuted In any way am
Mrs. tloned loads. V three wire single phase. cold rolled steel
'dore Rosier.Mr. i Thursday for the\ Army. "a deemed :in 1 the publle Interest. required to appear before the
Friday afternoon. Secretary; Katrins Coleman. to do 4.tWall Cow..,.. 7.il ..hl.... ... Klentrlt hoist 4 arrlerMotor
Rev. and Mrs Joe McCul- and Mrs. Dean Agnerof The children of Mrs. Vaner Treasurer. Jortha Morris. '.5 Permits and ........... Wall covering shall. be 2 .. Rosier surprised her with a The with a factory applied en-. for truck slot' 'age.' oil storage carrier shall he SOOO pound
lough of Fort Pierce were Madison. and Lewis Agnerof birthday dinner. All of her Chaplain, Patty MorrIs Reporter and pay contractor for..U shun! obtain ajnel coating minimum of I and outsUle fixture. for capacity with lifting spendto 1 Judicial. Clrcul of said. State..
buildlnpj In Starke.Florida
at the ("ourt House
Texas were!! Tuesday night Miss T L. West Spoiv per thick. repair .shop shall he. I 12" be single opeed-20 FT'M
I business visitors! : here Tues- ; mite and llcrnsoa. required by mil (.001)) the 23rd, day of
children present bu ; on
were No. IIP and I 7 liP" hoist
and .1.1R.....' Cowering, dome type Benjamin and 5
supper guests of Mr. applicable city o'
county. Mat mutt, 12.00: 1
November at
sor.Sunday Shall be alumlnUed step" .) 1431 or equal. A total of 5 motors for, II'olt... .1 I phaie.MO :
day.Mrs. Mrs Marjell Dobbs and fam- one.Mrs. School at 10 a.m and federal law. and. regula- clock noon and show cause
Nancy TompkIns of : Joyce Carlton and tlon. Knowledge.. The alumlnlx. coatlnga shall to be provided cycles 4 hutt I n ix'ttdintcontrol
or ami of the -
I II I Morning service; is scheduler ullaiwe with com.. ba applied by the hot dip 7.H 2 Klourencent. Type: Fixtures ,- clrc i" 'ult i to 1 I"' flu rn 11-' why t the prayers petition
applicable" antitledpreceding
lawnnu'iulonai above
relatives filed In the
son of Palatka visited -
both for repair shop ...ndoffl..e ttd. with hoist iHrrler Five
I method uniformly to
for 11:15.: Young Poppli: .
ajn. and (code shajbv should not be granted -
here u couple of days sides. with a commerciallypure shall be 911 T 12 two currvnc ,".ilet"r.. assemblies
tYPWW] the full renponelblllty of and the Utility: Revenue.Bonds. .
Willing Workers ,
slldlnir shoes to
The light SylvxnU or equal with bronse
aluminum product.
last ,'eek.Ir. the (
Contractor described
Series 1 U88. -
will be held at 6 p.m. and Eve Iii Hid Items minimum, weight" of the coating with bulbs A total of eleven 1 be furnished. with hoist
I :\ and Mrs. O. B. Gordon and the preccsdlnga.heretofore
be mounted a rostf
be provided Moist to
fling Service at 7:15: p.m. The 181 BID ITKM; : Price. for shall be 075 ounces at had authorizing the..
had! as Sunday guests their the entire. determined. by the triple 7.3..I: Bracket Type: Kl.lure the rail. Hoist cable to be .
work and.
complete issuance thereof validated
choir will serve throughout .
J children. Mr. and,, Mrs. Norris In accordance wllfc. the "allot teat. Roof covering fl'r'' for toilet, shell b. bracket 1 MIS"\ diameter and to he confirmed said: Utility Re,.
the day. Everyone la invited shop area shall be 28lla. and type proicrtna. No. SfiOO or wound two part double to
drawing. and specifications Series being-
'Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. c'ablf enue Bonds 199.
to worship with us. 1.61 BID ITEM for Truck Storage Area 24 equal A total of one to be provide plumb lift Interest ....
: Price for to dated July 1. I 14*<. bearing
Hal Gordon and son of Pa- Ga. provided drum to be fully groovedaccept
Greater Allen Chapel AMI the entire work. completeIn of cable at a rate or rates noC'exe..dlnlr
latka. 4.. Hollow :Metal' Door T." ReceptneteaA single wrap ..*
1 I Church Rev. L. A. Sampson accordance with the Shall bn a DOT hollow metal total of 22 duplex founded,, Kqulp hoist with upper, limit the I legal rate aggrerating
Friends of Robert Taylor drawings and specificationsliaiied volt receptacles. and two witch, thermal. I overload motor the principal amount of
1I standard 110 *
pastor. Sunday School at 10 door and frame a. .
on the omission of 1150.000. I being In the denomln-
ulll regret to learn that he is ;Manufacturer. 220 volt, grounded, ,duplex receptacles p"tedlon, and safety {
1I I am. with Mrs. Fanaia B. De-! the monorail and hoist *y.. with building shall be providedas honk. atlnn of (3,00:; :I each, and nrm-j,
a patient in King Memorial tern type
turing In annual tnatallmanta,
lestre in ohaige. There will AMI,3'4lMS3N'l'" 1-2" Indicated.H I. e.:". MJcetrlr. c.'eslertp. HarFurnlsli
I Hospital.Mrs. ".7 Wlndews la the years mill to 1399 both.
1I of not be any other service Sun- The auocevsful! bidder ""allfurnl.h Window shall be 3S41 commercial l'LIMluGsi three bar. system on Inclusive .a more. complete dc..
Nancy Tompkins .*.* Waste .
Hupvlr ,
day. Rev. Sampson\ will be In a 100000.00 performance projected .as standard trans runway and five bars surlptlon of \ hlch said Utility
Orlando was a Monday guestof which bond a 5 per cent. baft".* with the building Man- Hupyly and waxtoUnra shall' ,on crane. ithdci i suitable' for Revenue HoilJs Series 1S88 I.I l 1st
General Conference ,
Mrs. Alice Cason. ''bid bond (by Ci'>''hi.r Checkor focturer \\Imlow st I.. for be flgiiitd IOlubbed, ..l out 5 h operation. on 220 volts, 3 I contained In the petition herewIs
I started Wednesday Nov 1S-2C Certified Check to'the' Brad I toilet shall be 2429. from kulldlnaline phase., 60 cycles t'nndud..r : 5
Weekend of Mr. and
quests in Jacksonville. Choir ra>. One ford County, Hoard of County 4H Hl I..r
MI 1 s. Ruffin Griffis were OommlHHlunera Water closet shall be shape, hal covered 1 with
) 'He shall alth Shall be as standard with this 2nd day of November
will sins Sunday, in the K-31I2-PI1 closet No. .
No. material *
their children Mr. and Mrs. furnish Certificates of Insurance the building Manufactur.er Insulating plaatlv M8H
1 Mrs ference at 3 pm. along with for Workman's Compensation having. a. 12" throat X it* white optn front seal 12" current tnps' mounting brackets Ceo L. Pollen

-7 I Eugene Orlffis. Mr. and other choirs in a battle of 'and, General Liability Coverage 10 long complete with bird flexible supply with stoo. and, Insulators. to mount, Judge of the Circuit Court o(

Clifford Cercy. and Mr. and The General Liability "screen and damper.. N..1: Lavatory bars to web of runway and the Eighth Judicial.. ""Ircult ct
I : /1ff Mrs. Junior Waters and their songs. Coverage shall not be !Ida thn5O,00o.oo ".Y Hkr I.'.'"* r..vatorwill: be Kohler No.K2H6120" crane I&'lrd..r b."nu.IIPF.Cl'Jo'lCATOS Florida.. In ana for Bradford, ,

il / children. all of Jacksonville. All members and friends are bodily Injury per p..rlIOn !Sky light shallhe of glass x U". faucet lavatory.K- FOR ;MAINTKNANCK County .
1' I invited to attend. 1100.000.00 hodlly Injury fiber reinforcement andmodltl..d K-7510 ctild water KEPA1R HIIOF, ll/3t llle.IN | .
Sunday g'ests': of Mr.' and per accident. and 126,000.0(1( Property designs weighing at 7512 drain 12" flexible HUP- AND TRUCK STOHAOK SHED -
7 Card of Thanks I 1V-17 <'. P. P. ,
Mrs. Mallle Oriffis were Mr. Damage.aUUTD leant A ounce. Per square ply with stop liciard Of County, Commissioners COfVTY' .n I) B'i" COl'BT.IX .
/ We the family of the late a. PltIilP"RATlO-. All! foot having a nominal thickness trap K-77.10 chain ntay. and !Starke.. Florida .VI> FOR BRADFORD
and Mrs. Joe Pair and son. .
K-7732 C. II. ( ...
Mrs. Leola! Wilson strengthof CONTENTS
wish to express K.tHTMWORM of OU3", tenxil Cot NTY. FLORIDA.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dazemoreand our thanks and 8.1 Hlitkt f>...... HallMacIc .
daughters. all of Jacksonville appreciation All clearing. and gradingshall. strength of 25000 PHI. Paper holder shall hit Section: John W. Plnholster deceased.Motif .
Mrs. Wilma to ->ur many friends: be dupe by the Owner. Any 1\. \I1P.II\Tlty: .. No. K7D l--Uel1..ra.1.I of Klllag Pelltlaa KeFlael S.

and for the cards letters telegrams fill required shall be furnished &..1 Rouicli,"" lsimaa. ; HJt MedicIne C.abliiet.Medicine 2 site Preparation And ..I....... of AetalBts
WalnwrUht! of Lawtey. Saturday and food that was given by the. owner and placed Rough Framing for office cabinet. IJIWSOB re- Earthwork IratorNTotlce
night guests were. Mr. and cpjnparted! by the ontrni ceiling Joints and Interior censed No 3845.II Concrete Work Is hereby given thathave t
\ and during cur bereavement lor. stud partitions ahall be. No.2 M00iItll.sI Prefabricated Metal. ItulldIng. filed my final returns as",)
lt'. good to get home. 1 and Mrs. Keith Special thanks to Rev. KillIngs 3.il KxeavatloaiExcavation. common or better. pine or fir. Qeaeral I .. Administrator rum teetamento

family and Mr. and Mrs. our pastor and Hail shall b. carried I.. ....,....0.] Furnish a AOno pound. capacity In Oarpentry annexo of the Estate of Johau;

after a day of hard work or hard play. And it's Kirk Thorp of Macclenny. cut to grades and lines. Indicated Walls for office shall. be Insulated monorail system 6 -Overhead Doors W. Plnholster deceased; that X
Mrs. Bessie Sapp recently Chestnut Funeral Home. May by drawings. rf ex...- with 1..." foil backed area shown on. dra.wlngsCrane 7-Electric: have. filed my petition for dlatrlnutlon
pleasant to relax with cool, refreshing beer. In God Bless you all.-[tSlgnedl) ration reveals, presence, ofmuck fiberglass Insulation. Office equipment' an, I..rlb..dbelow Plumbing and for final ttl*.
returned from a two weeks daughters. Mrs. Ails CWright. plastic clay, debris or celling Hh,,ll ba Insulated should Include: electric Monorail. and HolutSHAL. .charge and that out Dec, mb.*
fact, 65% of all the beer produced in this countryis visit with her sons. Cecil other. compreaalble or unstable. with 3" fiberglass bats. hoist carrier. runway ( .) 5th 1068. 1 will apply to tb.Honorable .

enjoyed at home. It cheers taste as it renews Sapp and Wilbur SaPP. and Mrs. Ella Mae Perry materlalf under footings or between. ceiling joists" beams and, suspension fit- Charles .4. Darby Theron A. Yawn
your conductorbar.
Mrs. Francis Edmonderson .labs. the Owner ahall be no. S..1 Wall and felllaa; PlulskOffice '4n.., and electric Clerk to Board County Judge of Bradford

your zest. So, make yourself at home. their families in New Smyrna and Mrs. Idella!! McCaslin. sit tified' promptly before further ajiJ, toilat walls and All crane equipment safety shall 11/10 21 11117 County, Florida. for approval
with a
Beach. work commences.. Vndersupervision ceilings Khali be finished. b. designed of said final returns and for aii'ord..r

with beer. Mrs. Emallne/ Dockery of! ter. of the Owner removal with dry wall construc factor baned of the on the material ultimatestrength of In The. Circuit. fourt Of TheKlKkck of distribution and for.
of and nail Of discharge as administrator
unsatisfactory materials tion. With Joints Jndlilnl Irrult final
Green Cove Springs visited Many Workers shall be completed. to holes taped and cemented In not less than. five. Florida; ls> lad Vnr Bradford! of ths estate of John Wv
her father. O. D. Dobbs. subsoil suitable for upnort- the customary manner (.' pinholster' deceased
P. O BOX 271. WINTER PARK. FLORIDA \e5I weekend. M-v.: Iva Williams Over 65 Are log foundation or ajabs. PoolIngs I." Doors Runway section beam with shall a be mild acomposite "ORDER TO SHOW PAL-SB' November 7th 1988

shall |be poured only on Door from office to shop City of Starke. Klorlda' Petitioner Z. W. HAMIL'rONTHOMAI4 .
i, of Port St. Joe visited her undisturbed. acceptable sol) area and toilet door shall .be. steelton. flange and web.. and vs. The State of Florida PIERCE:

father Sunday Losing: MoneyMany Moll under slabs excavated. to hollow core flush paint grade high carbon lower of rail 53 to with.95 et al. Respondents. ,, Attorneys at Law ,

below elevations naIled for In quality. with one pair of carbon content. of To The State of Florida And P. O. Drawer 1080
65-year-old! workersin order to rentova, unsuitable butt hlngaa each... Toilet door and mwnjtenee Cap- Tiie Several Property Owners.' II atarke, Florida.
material shall be filled desired lock and .80 .90 on lower ral.",) Others 4t 12/1
Bradford County are pro- to to have privacy Taxpayers, Cltnons, And 11110| :
grade with puddled and
bably losing money because thoroughly compacted: granular .-. rLii ... :--
V _n__ __ .=: =""'" 'i .- .
they haven't filed for Social free-draining. soli. Unsatlnfactory I -- .-ri-i -i II1" :,,1-* *-* r -' -* --

i Its look is Security retirement bene- excavation. shell soil be rwtoved. disposed. In ;

new just fits, according to. Tbcunas C. of off-Mite or on-elte a. determined DIRECTORY
Watson. Jr., Social Security by the owner.. See. AREA I
Field Representative of the Amendment 2-2A attached

nice about the Gainesville office X3 hereto.Uewatertag of Kxravatloais

one thing It- I la possible for many Where excavation. reveals the .

workers to receive some Soc- presence of ground water
water. above footing bottoms, CHAIN SAWS LADIES WEAR Offic Equlplnen8Hancock
ial Security benefits Cofiditlonliig-HeaUnf .
even exca\sllcin shall be dewatered Air -
though they are working full by well points pumping Offic

j' 67 Chevy pickup<<: time For Mr.example Watson a. 66-year-old said. cases other outside"suitable'alwal.r of the method.excavation be permitted In, no or RUSS PIKER A. & J. Saw Cherry' EQUIPMENT8mIthcerona.utborisad '

worker and his wife entitledto to rise Into footing excavations Authorized Airtemp & Mower Co. Gainesville. Most raahlonablAddrei

a $200 a month Social to produce quick soil AirSHEHV con41t1tA11nll .
Heath M r.HomcIltA .
condition: Soil so loosened. Joe Anderson. For" LadlesDESSES8VITSCOATS
Security benefit can earn as r_
\ .... ao shall be removed. to firm undisturbed .
much as. $4,000 during the condition. Dewat- MSTTALBovtdentaJ Chain Saw!

year and still! receive $500 in annE of footing excavations, C1ar7-VIee.-T..u.
Social where required, shall be con CommcpreUl ,s4tltE ....... Cabi8
money ,
tinued without Interruptionuntil Industrial Repairs b Parts All Makes MATERNITY WEA&AOCESSORJES
1 that year. at least 14 hrs after 8AUII ..ua

The 65-year-old's total pouring of footings In clean. Bsln_lia lall.tlrm-flitrrtm! GRAVELY. TRACTOR I

earnings and the number of dry excavations, .Vo footing SALES SERVICE SAVE TI3TKreaulrement ..-- ya. ..

conorete shall. be poured I In 2703 N.H. IBtfa Dr. *
months he with fin .
works are the two
footings containing* water. 2022 N.E.: Blvd. OaJntsvlll 7 W University cLIn.-w.
things that determine how I : ?: WORK '
#_____ a.I "Material C'OIH'IU'I'1j OalnecvUle 372-0714 Phonci 372-33J8 639 N. Main 8t Oalnaarlllc,

much money he can receive.If S.1.1 CONCUETK: : shall be Suet Off Waldo Road Phone 3T -5551

1kIIr his earnings do not exceed transit mix Portland. Cement .- !MOBILE HOMES\

1,500 for the year. he eoncrete nf not less. CONCRETE PRODUCTS

and his family will receive than 1,0110 psl eonprsesivs I AUTO SALESASEnVICE PAINT' A GLASSLiddeD

all their Social Security strength at" dayai and INSIST'' THAT ALL YOUR
I conforming to requirementsof MUSTANG

._ But no matter how much a 2.1.2 RBINFOIICINO. STKEL: pMMly, 4 Wheel Driv ARE THE BEST PROM Paint &

person earns In a year. he hard shall. grade be Intermediate deformed. bars or RAMBLER Edward's Building Mobile Home, Inc. Glass Co.

and his family will still get conforming to requirements

Sc?I their Social Security checks of ASTM Spec. AJ05 and Supply, Inc. Galnwville' Discount! MohUc KTANIZC PAIN'I'aO"IIInww.1W1Dc

for any month he doesn't A1G. America'. Finest Economy Car Home Sates 145$.
313 WEUJED WiltS: FAB-
earn over $123: as an em- BIO for reinforcing concrete SALES AND SGaVICBRidjfway 7Z* 5. M&-372-4844 Volume purohaee for our entire D-

ployee or doesn't work In his shall h. .-drawn chain savingsof
: wire welded electricallyInto QATKligVmJg. P14*. guarantee T Zaelll __8..... DonWidw.AwniaCarps .
business I it he 1 is self-employ- Motor Co. hundreds of dollar
many .
OF OTHERS. uniform mat of sues $'-
'THEftElARE LOTS ed. shown on drawings and ELECTRIC MOTORS on the Quality home of your; WaiIp.psr-S8ss'.fr.s.

Watson concluded by urging conforming to requirementsof 1132 0. Main choice.
durability:New sheet metal cons all workers for old-age ATM: Specification A. ELECTRIC c.a-uau.
For instance new A1S
482 N.W. 13th St. 441 North'
benefits during the three- 3.2 Plaelaar Cesierete. Qa1Den1lfe S1Z-843S 11* N.W. etztMrnUi! Bt.OADOSVILLE .

'struction discourages rust. Eliminates exposed jointson month) period before their Concrete shall be
cargo box and tailgate. Provides self-washing 65th birthd.iv so loss of any trucks discharged by not from more transit. than mix on. B & G Motors Co. Of OarfaVMsTin ana.ftopairtr .

shields. Inner cab possible benefit can be pre hour after addition of waterto
iwheelhousings with special splash vented. the mix. Free fall of concrete OADILLACOLD8MOBILESALES *; KmrMtng Motoreyeles-See.t.r. TILES a PAINT

l' Mr. Watson In placement shall not New mmt Used
treated against rust. may be contacted
[is specially exceed feet Prior to floatIn BERVICC:
at. the Welfare Officein
...... aggregate. shall b. tamped WORK' Gl1AJ&A.NTEJCI10M Streit' Bicycle Shop
Starke each concrete.' ,
Monday and down Into maim
AlsoTadded comfort, safely and convenience: Improved .' Friday from 9:39: to 11:30: a. by means of a jitterbug. All fin Selection of Used CITSTaken M. Halla a.insaviila VLDfTKOTB TUJiT1 '

slabs shall receive .t..1 l trowel On Cadillac TradM Pho-M 372-S31S HONDA UOTOnCYCUBaCusfiman "

visibility all around. Dual master cylinder m. finish' and shall receive yt-'Vtayl AS*I...M
broom finish following trow lilt N.W. 13th. Bt. 441
Ener. Jk. VBP Sevoter
Telescoping lower steering shaft. ellingAHKVIIMKVT. F ARlEQUIPMENT
brake system. THE PHONE S7C-7S1S too* FlnMancf Pta
RIGHT POINT tar tile : :aaiBACKKIL.L. : :: I DioaUAZuudappMotorcyclesSalem

gy-absorbing instrument panel. Interior color-keyed to way you write. Com la and 1 REQlTRKMBNTa': : DURAUrm FAINT

latch. elect your favorite ESTER- Should unsuitable material be Santa Fe Tractor Si Service
with exterior paint. One-hand tailgate encountered and removed below CRANELINOOLNMERCUBY ; < "
go fountain pen. TELE- bottom of floor slab backfillto mc nNisa
: Inc. 8CHWINN
'v GRAPH. : bottom .,f slab shall be inlayers BICYCLES
Full-depth double-wall side'rpanels not to exceed I'. loosematerial Autbortxod Sal *i Bervio.
And extra strength: and compacted. to the toe IX Unlv rtty GcttnewlU roan Locksmith &: Safe Work Tenney Tile & Paint

models) Double-wall steel in cab roof discretion of the Hoard of I
Fleetside FtlOO lCrane'
[ ( bounty Commissioners Compaction Farm Tractor' A IInpI.TBoiStIroE4 '18 W. University AT*. M.
mal N.W. .dl
I :N"J""L .
to be obtained by h..vy.qulpm.nt
Land other important areas. 1.1 ('.n For Hlda or flooding method. 's Irnpovts i IndiMtrlal MchlnryLANDROVKR GaJYIDe af.-.t

'. ..... Scaled proposals will be received a a Caring 4 Wheel Dvi's'. a au.-.tu.. 37I130JTRAVEL
by the Board of County All concrete: shall be cured" by ,
Plus famous Chevrolet truck features: Independent Commissioners, Htarke, being kept. moist for not less Volvo (Mereedell-Bens) SALR3 PARTS SBRVTCkt

I Florida, looo AM fRasternStandard than seven day. following FIAT-HILLMAN MOVERS
smooth ride-like a car.
Front Suspension that gives a Time) on Tuesday, placing, or an approved nouparofflnlo 4488 N.W. "*th O4Ose'UII
And there November 27 1X4 for fur- curing compound or Oainnvtlll
6's and V8's. ( are 2201 N. Main
The most popular truck I nlshlnaLa.hor and Material to Impervious sheet coveringmay Phone 31' -2MI Lone DtIrtaDoe Mos'
dealer will show ) 'onlttru Maintenance Repair be utilised Phone 872-4373_
tlota more as your Chevrolet Shop and Truck Storac Shed.In 4 PHHKABHICATKO MRTAI. Local Dray.
accordance with plan. and BI'ILDINCJ GARDEN SUPPLIES : c

specifications. ".1 Oeaerat Reqelremeatct Btaaty Academy House of Travel,
1.3 Bosida ud ....rur. The building shall be the design t.raa. Pae&Iligfl'a-r

Bid Bond performance and of manufacturer regularly I
CHEVROLET and Insurance shall b* requlr- I encaged. In the fabricationof POWELL'S Johnson Fans, Inc. ......... INC. 0ALS

ed .. set forth In the publle pre-englneered structures,

.. advertisement for Bids. Bee conforming In whole or In Complete LIne eI FREE XOTZaCATlEa j.HILL'S I I8TE..Ul'Hr1"1
.. Beauty Academy
-- Amendment 12A attached part as specified here after !
ZznS.rL.4.NTSWecdmltlesFe4 -
'' hereto to the Metal Building Manu

See the- Irond-Tim Irwd of Chevy pickups at ya CheunMdet .___- .-. Iteflnltloat of Terns faotll.."''. Association warn a freituale la Tear 5pFERTZEft3 .....* MOVING ft. R.I

..--- .--. Wherever the word. define 4.:a: Dealer ReejalresteataThe ap r. Ttettci. roll or Part Tkn* R.ttelaiWrekdaji! CW' )I"""
..---. In thl. article or pronoun prefabricated Metal I

09 8144 used this In specification their& stead they occur shall In In Buildings accordance shall with be the designed Houth-' OAT" EVEX2NO CT-8SES 'We Rent PerOllMtr .'*..*.'.' & Storage, Inc. 4:34: is 4:91Sst :

have the meaning herein gle.en. l era> tftandard. Bulldlnar Code Low Tuition TamMait :234 HW. Mil AT*.
for- Coastal regIon loading *54. NX w.... ... .. t w n.
lOUt "n.
Baldwin Chevrolet Inc. OWNER: Th. word "Owner" .. published by The Boutrt- nONE 37t- 47iOaJDsVf4fl 1415 W. Un.verMW!: AJT **' .

shall mean the Board of era. Building Code Congress, "".. ........... 17-27U *. Plaw ': > 0aiB..m. ,2-UTt QajnvtlII: '-l**l
County Commissioners Btarke. .. The
IIlr01........ .- Alabama ... -
Florida or any board officer contractor shall submit then

U. S. 301 NORTH STARKE, FLORIDA PHONE 961-3900, ur agency ......... to .ln.erla. deslga caleu-: '. -- .---i: ---'i.i I'T.:; -rl5.i;'


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Slow Drivers" --
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Warned To KeepIn '
Right LaneThe 'STOCK UP EARLY: Wfr. :g our' "highesf> quality 7 Strained I '

Florida Highway Patrol WILL BE )

eliminate is stepping the hazards up efforts caused to NOV. 24lh. THANKSGIVING "

by slow drivers who dawdle (

state along expressways highways In fast lanes and of:! multilane Inter-- C RAN BE : 1.11SA

Florida law requires that
anyone driving on the high
way at a speed less than
the normal flow of traffic
must drive In the l'l ht-ha.nd CA J
lane or as close as possible to U C E OZ /C
the rlght-h-ind edge of the

road.Slow a1 ........... ... .. ,
drivers must realize
that If they do not move with

create the a flow driving of traffic hazard they Pa- liMIT .2 WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER,

trol Commander H. N. Kirk-
man declares "And the slow r
driver leaves his own safetyIn
the hands of the driver SUPERMARKETS
approaching from the rear ata "':"" 1
higher speed. That driver
must make an accurate
Judgement( of the speed of
{he driver and decle:! whether -
to slow down or pass. The -
slow driver also causes irritation THSO
In the driver moving raCIS OOD THE WEEXIN9CUANTITY

faster and may cause that RIGHTS RESECTED ,
driver to make a hasty'move RESERVED
that could lead to an accl :1 / ,
(Sent"Patrol! s
Troopers have. made .
314 arrests during the first
eight:months CL'66? ancLwlllcontinue" .
their'!! effoFfs"lo cur
drivers causing: traffic hazards _
and endangering their
own lives and the lives of
others by driving too slow..
Kirkman concluded bv say
:ing. "Slow moving traffic In
the left lane of a four lane
expressway !:s like an accident l 0.1 NO. 1 RUSSET
looking for some place, to

Twelve Deaths POTATOES )

Among Hunters

Last Season ,
Florida had 71 hunting ..
casualties 12 of which were h +
fatal Curing! the last! season:
The Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission is calling on
all, Florida huntpr. to helD
reduce this figure! during the
19fiS-67 season. LB 6AG oo '
W B. Copland. Commis- 4' $
sion Chairman !raid, ."Care' N: ,
lessness and the lack: of
training In firearms: safety is

a..yefyyear.It"is major cause the of accidents responsKbllltv ..'> LB.: ..-

of the hunter to know "
what they Dle shooting:, and PKG.
they would do well to assume
that other hunter-are inthe Frozen'
He added, "We would encourage -

their children all parents to have to require proper PET RITZ MINCE orb' _._ __.__ -

training before giving them
accpes to Il\.In8". PUMPKIN PIES
All nun1* Fh'niH' remember d2Ooz
to follow the ten commandments -
of firearm safety. 11Rt.UI:5: : 1 I IPKG
1. Treat every gun with the
repnect due o loaded !gun. .
/ 2. Watch the muzzle! Carry Ps ta
your gun 'safely and keep .
safety on. V '
3. Unload guns when not It
In use __
4. Be sure that the barrelIs ( : $
clear of obstructions I

5.6, Be Never nulling mire of the point th trigger. target a; _gun before at- I I I ,

Vitvthing"yordo not'Wt' "tb"
shoot. t
7. Never climb a tree or
fence or Jump a ditch with ,
loaded gun: never pull a (run ,
a4 +t v
toward you bv the muzzle.
a, Never, shoot at a flat SOUTHERN QUEEN ,"
hard .surface or witer.

before 9 10 Store separately.Avoid or dining nuns alchollc and shooting beverages ammunition : PEACHESi : SAW [ DE Y" ia''


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about this question:

"Types of auto insurance -
include the "Safe 1I
Driver" plans the r
.standard rate of Family APPLE
1 1 1
Auto policy su-
tttandard or "assigned'
risk" plan" Does the
Charley} E. Johns Agency PIES
supply any and aU!! T I
types of, auto insurance 1Fl D k y n
coverage. ,
Charley EJ. Johns

Agency ,
131 8. Walnut St. id :

PHONE:964-0201 ft .

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