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 24, 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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As the'Iatel'' Inches up County Commission and was %

over their docks sea walls told to look to Clay Countyfor

and; bout houses, and even assistance then wentto
threatens and tmrtl\e( hun of tIll+ C "'. :Minors It threatened' by rltlilflVMitern. Kill :MCHITM' piuldleti bout hroded I In direction.. \ of one-Hum nnlunU -
some of their the Clay Commission
homes, the residents of Half was told it was Putnam Coun- Their septic tank. Is already. flomlril. beyond u>i', .nnil outlet lit scout end, of litl. <1'. The channel It now C'lnll'lC..d

Moon Lake, in the edge of ty's responsibility to get the only u truce of their clock if>nmln.. ,1"lbl.| In foreground./ tip and must lie reopened, before wut'.T' can be releum! from Half'

Putnam County! just south water on from Half Moon Moon Lake.
and that Is what the residents to Putnam
}petition: the County
of Hlllcrest say Lake.
"We wouldn't] mind so The problem] started five of Half Moon would Commission on September people who might be adversely because connected: as they
like to have reopened. 27 and a committee was appointed ) affectedA are draining water from
much if this werean act of six weeks when Clay
-' '. Vance A. iiirdon left and II. \\'. Meservei. tliunttge or ago
\ ( ) surrey; The wat'v level In their to investigate the
lepu'.sentatlve of the one lake into another only]
God falling on us from the County deepened and widened -
to the former's bout house which 1 I.* rapidly ell"ueurlnu"der ( lake has risen five or six feet problem] and make
/ skies but it is an act of the outlet from Old Field] recom- group; apprAled to the Clay shifts the flood danger from
the rising waters of Iliilf :Moon luktf.. The iordon clock I I.* man. and we are entitled to Pond to relieve residents of It the past few weeks and is mendationsbut that is the County Commission at its one location to the next, Unless -

already under four feet of water. relief" that al'eaho were being si1: climbing: at the rate of last that Half: Moon residents November! meeting and the wat. r la speeded on

But try nj they may no threatened by high water. Just an inch a day. although no have heard from! that source. was told the Putnam County to Its ultimate] destinationthe -
rain has fallen in a coupleof Putnam Covnty' Attorney J. should] provide drainage for St. Johns River.
relief is yet in sight for the as! Half Moon property owners -
.. half dozen permanent residents are being threatened now. weeks Practically every' H. Mllllcnn warned the board the water into the St, Johns. Old Field Pond residents
.. ..,. -. .. 1.. + "., ." dock on the lake is underwater about "Retting,( into a situa- Clay Commissioner O J.
,,' _.. .J of the little lake that The water Iron Old Field] were just as disturbed several
several boat housesare tion of changing water flood
has no outlet and has be- scurries across Highway 100 Murrhee said. "If Putnam weeks ago/ as Half Moon
come the "end of the line" forwater into a small basin called partially submerged-one conditions that arenatuI'a] In County did their job it would] property owners are now.
to Its !'Oofand at ]least their state." He "
up prestnt eliminate the problem.]
Into The chain
draining down from a Sand Pond and thence of events started six
.. two houses will have warned that the
.. opening ,
it In the meanwhile Mrs.
'. chain of lakes starting many Half Moon. And there or more ago when
. water at their' door steps If channel from Half Moon
Stewart of Jackson-
miles northward in the Camp stays.A the water was rising In Lake
the lake rises another few In- would] result In flooding the
t' rk Blanding reservation."What one-time natural outletat ville, who owns property onHalf Geneva and property owners
can we do?" one of the south end of Half ches. Several septic tanks area arouna Putnam Hall Moon, has retained a there were successful in having -
have been flooded with resulting and said that onto
the threatened property own- :Moon: which would allow the ]lawyer who threatened to an outlet into Old Field
ers asked. giving voice to the water to spill! over Into the pollution of the ]lake property to accomplish the seek injunctive relief If necessary deepened and widened passIng -

frustration felt! by a delegation prairie around Putnam Hall waterA needed change could] result] to get some action. the excess: water on down

that went to the Putnam has filled up over the yeAr! delegation] presented' aThanksgiving In numerous suits by other The solution is not easyBRADFORD (Continued On Page Two)

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Official County Publication Established, In 1879



.... Tax Squabble Settled
;. ManslaughterCharge County Buys
: : .: !fr' : Service


Kelvin \Vhlsenant. and his pet dog wit In boat now floatingover FiledIn Carl Ritch t

Htmlv ns once dry land. Struct lire In hiickgrouiid" Is top Wednesday, Nov. 23 CrosbyMoney: Gets

of 'hl"C"nant bout houne. Gun DeathConley 301 I Property r 7::30: ..,M.i .

To Be Appealed Jiscph Bush, 25. of Purchase of the Carl Ritch FIRST BAPTIST BackThe
Starke. has been charged 'property on North Temple
with manslaughter in the Avenue was completed by the CHURCH

fatal shooting of Harry S. Bradford County Commission! '

Kellum 67 of Jacksonville on last Friday for use together
New Timber longr-pending1 question of who get the $500 (less!
the banks of New River with adjoining American LegIon er.-,-, a.6p, A
about 3:45: p. m, Thursday property (already purchased expenses) held by Tax Assessor: : Gene Long as a resultof

Nov. 17. Both men were on t) as site of the proposed REV. V. J. RAGSDALE Speaker litigation under a new state law, hart finally been answered -
courthouse.The ,
hunting expeditions, but were new in a Circuit Court order.

not together transaction was com- CHOIRS It .ft.v ea 'n w 'loa,.. man W h 0 Origlnally _-
Suit DismissedA Bush was arraigned In pleted Friday morning, at a put it up-Ardell Crosby claimed he should get

County Judgs's; Court Tues- price of $45,000 with George; Sponsored [ly! 'Harke1inisterial: Alliance: Crosby. !It t back, while Hardy said he
Pierre for :Mrs.
as attorney
In an order filed here was entitled to the money
day morning, pleaded not
Ruby Ritch and County Attorney
Tuesday the Court fronted because Crosby could not deliver -
guilty to the::! manslaughter Gene Shaw representing
!suit brought by Container Corporation against! charge, and requested a preliminary the Commission.The Tax Assessor Longs/: petitionfor ] a clear title.

Bradford County contesting! alleged illegal tax assessments : hearing. property adds Temple Two Women Prisoner Flees the court an interpleader to determine asking whatto In the Tuesday order

on timberland* for 19G6!: ( was: clh.mi11edlontla: ; The Bradford County Sher Avenue ( U. S. 301)) frontageto do with the money postedby granting Long's petition for
afternoon by Circuit Judge John A. Murphree: aftera iff's office. which investigated that already owned by the interpleader the court Instructed -
Crosby when' he took advantage -
me t'ricioent, said that county nnInt'lllCell\ the buildIngs Seek Lawtey Road Gang him to place $479.05In
Hearing in 1.IlKHUller.! i of a new state law the of the court
which formerly housedthe registry ,
Bush and companion, E. L. >
The plaintiffs attorney, In asking that the 1966 suit permitting/: !\! to set the assessed representing the original
Edward McCarthy Jr. of be dismissed, Yawn said the Harrell. also of StArke were Starke-Hradford t County of
value or a piece less
Jacksonville ten roll had been certified hunting and fishing! on New Chamber of Commerce.C Council Posts Near Graham $500 20.95 expended for
was given tax by at the time. While of the Legion property property If he agreed to put advertising notice of sale. The
days in which to file an the Bradford County Com- the property up for sale at court ruled that
was $49,493 bringing the total Crosby was
amended complaint. mission on August:! 9, and fished apPAr- that figure The law provides entitled to $17905 less !
ently borrowed a 22: rifle site to 94495. Lnwtey !will have Its first Garland Ray :Maples, 22- $4.79
The new suit brought: by that the plaintiff: had not that if the property does not clerk's
Container similar the which belonged to Harrell. The Commission will openbida womAn candidates for City year-old State Prison! Inmate poundage -
is to acted within the 60 days allowed on November 29 for con- net a buyer at the ownerfixed fee and ]less' $12 representing -
ones filed last year by five by law for that recourse. A.i Kellum. an inveterate of and Council In. the. upcoming ('Ie('- escaped from a work crew on value then the assessor court costs expendedby
Htructlon a repair Hhop
plaintiffs. Including: Container hunter and fisherman, approached facilities for county tion on December 6.Mrs. Highway IB. one mile west of must ]lower Ills! assessment to Long.
from another direction housing Louise C. Rosier qualified !- (Ornham \Monday after-
contesting 1963 assessments Yawn also said the plain- vehicles and equipment, to b<; that figure
on their lands by tiff had falltd to appear be- Bush Is said to have for Council finjup 2, for noon, but was quickly recap- The clerk was ordered to
located at the rear of the newcourthouse In Crosovcase, the property -
lay Long: $12. and
a two-yenr term. The Incumbent / pay $462-
Tax Assessor fired the rifle in his I IKel-] tured.
Gene Long.In foie trip equalization/ board, site. was bid ir I, by J. E. Hardy .2B to A. D. and Marian
the1965 suits the although he admitted a ]letter ]lum'sl direction, hitting the The Comm.sision haH also Billy for Anders did\ not :Maples, who is' servnmr. time but the transaction was' Crosby.

plaintiffs protested Longs of protejt had been filed retired Air Force Captain in authorized j Its architect. Frank qualify Richard E.re-election. ( from Pinell:s County for aggravated never consummated. Cros-

figure of a $78 average per with the board.McCarthy th- upper rliht chest at a George of I'alatka, to proceed! t for Council Starling 4 qualified two-- : assault, ran Into a by could not Hive a clear title Kt'MMAOF.; SALE

acre of tlmlxrland. claimIng ] contended that distance of 76 feet. Kellumwas with preliminary plans for the year term The Group Incumbent, H. wooded area near the high- to the property because of an

assessment should be only the certification of the tax pronounced dead on arrival new courthouse. w. Bennett, was elected! to the way and was captured about encroachment on railrcad The Starke Woman's Club

] about 25 per cent of that roll was Illegal and /said that at Bradford County County School Board! in the two hours later in a swamp rlnht-of-wny. will sponsor a rummage sale
amount. and: asking the such action ] have Ho "1 tal. area two miles south of Qra-
should< not Nadilo Given General Election and did not Due to amhiglous phrasingof on Deo. 2 and 3 in the west!
court to determine the valueof been completed until the The accident occurred on week re-election to the Council. ham. the new law. Long could] end of the City Fish Market

the lands. first :Monday In October.He New River about nine miles Another woman candidate. Lt :Mitchell L. Oandy.:! of not determine who should building on the corner of

Judge) Murrhree: considered salj i that his! client did west of Starke. in the vicln- Five Years Barbara J. Jordan,! qualifiedfor the Division of Corrections pet" the $.S00 posle'i I by Cros- Brownlee and Walnut street.

a motion by McCarthyto not protest in person at the Itv of the S. W. Whitehead Council in Group 5, fur a found the escapee! with the by when ha( started action.

consolidate the 1965 and 1966 equalization hearing because farm. For B, & E one-year unexpired term. This aid of dogs from the Doctors!

I 1966! suits. but did not rule an appeal the previousyear The Sheriff's' office said Peter Nadilo was will be the only contest. on the Inlet Road: Camp. The Brad-
on it. e.u. on the same grounds that! Bush hid not been questioned Circuit ballot, since H. C. Kelly a ,-,_-_'" w,
found in
tried and guilty ford County Sheriffs office
hart been denied.McCarthy due !to a recent Supreme Court here Tuesday on a former councilman, also qualified .-.........,...- .
: said his assisted !in the search. .
company for this seat
11'OSII\-- Coin decision limiting -
of breaking and enter- .
LITTLE : had fll"d' a return, how- the rights of law enforce- charge Early Padgett, who was ap- Maples was booked at the

evev. and wrote a letter of ment officers! to question de Ing.Judge George L. Patten ;ointed to fill the Group & county jail )here before being, :
Club Dance protest ava'.nst' : a $28: million fendants. He released did not seek re-elec :
sentenced the defendant to five vacancy returned to the State Prison 1'3
assessment on lands his under $1.500 bond. years in. prison. tion. ,\
client aid
were worth only
Friday, O2;; $744 no(). Nadilo was charged with : 1 v
Patrol Predicts breaking and entering the prop- : i
After further
argument, erty of C. W. and Sue Thomas Hopes High Auburndale Game
R Till 12 Jurist M jrphrp said he 24 Road Deaths doing business an Thomas f 1f

thnnaht that onc the 1965 Restaurant, south of Lawteylast

Featuring The Jades suits are settled In trials set Over WeekendThe October 9. lie was accused Will Be Played On Starke Fieldevant. .. I'a- KIM' !i' .1.1Jf.
next' January then the of taking goods valued at less

HIM complaints: would be re- Florida Highway Patrol than $100.Fred .
Starke Woman's Club solved. predicts that 24 persons Blocker pleaded guiltyto

The other four plaintiffs In will dl lIn traffic crashes on aggravated assault In court It Is now definite that. .
pending suits! are Rayonler Florida's streets and hlgh Tuesday and Judge Patten or- Starke and AuburnJale will Some of the criteria Include -

Tim Space Contributed Oilman Paper Co.. Owens- ways during the four-div dered a pre-xentence investigation. face each other again this! : seating capacity distance
Illinois, and Nelson Blocker. ThBnV'givinar holiday] period year in the semi-finals of the traveled, and facilities
Weekly to Publicize State Class "A" Playoff sys Starke has made arranx* ., i
Blocker] and OwensIllinoishave starting At B p. m. Wednesday Claude and Jessie! Lee Myers ,
Community Events by tem. The site of the ments to borrow enough
also fId! suits on their through midnight Sun- pleaded guilty to a charge of game
will be selected seating for crowd of 5,00n[
on a
1BH6 assessments, dav.
but these possession of moonshine, and
The CommunityState Nov. 26, by the Florida High people should the committee As RepublicansThirteen
cases! were not heard Mon- "Remembering and practicing were also scheduled for pre- Reregister
School Activities Associa- recommendation be favorabl '
Bank day.
safe driving' : will lessen sentence investigation.
this awesome f"fure80 ]let'sdrive la a condemnation suit tried tion.Floyd to playing the !game here voter. changed their glttratlon\ from Democrat to

Accounts now insuredup NO STORY HOUR this prediction down Monday Lillie Long, et al, rep- Lay executive secretary The feeling!! here Is that Republican last Saturday morning a* the!' result of a statewide

to $15.000 by and make' It a holldav we'll resenting the Heath estate, was of the association, has Staike traveled to Auburn-
There will be no StOry Hour drive following the General Election.:: Supervisor of Election
Insur- .11 live to rememtvr." says,", awarded $3.670 for SRD parcel Indicated the selection com- dale last year and ahould bot
Deposit this Thursday at the Stark.- Neva Flynn !I. shown above ro-reglsterlngr the group. Including)
H. N. Klrkman. director of No. 102.1 taken.. right-of- mittee will choose the site spared making the journey
ance Corp. Bradford County Public Library local the new regUtratlon. Bradford. County now haw m total of 1t 9
as the library' will be closed the department of Public way for the Anderson School after carefully consideringall again this year. While-

for Thanksgiving Safety, highway. of matters. which are rel- [Continued on Page Five] registered Republican

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,.i'O TUfltSHAY. NOV. 2', 10(111(
;!l'I -- nit.UM'Ottl C'OUNTY TKI.EOKAril': STARRR':, FLORIDA .. ..

Mr.! i."t-nnd; -: 'Alls\' Tom U\\ T Long :Mr. and *Ira. David Mont- Mr. and Mrs. Paul, Ritch! of I the home a finished look. plants do nat fit In well with underneath larger plants

..fclfcfJ f (?WYork! City ,linil Dave gomery and family me spending Gastoniiv, N. C. are weekend Flood \Waters Generally, foundation plant- all types of architecture. I The Sword, Boston loath.
1 Oow'cLADYS Log of FSU'nre spending, the Thursday and Friday' at guests of ':Mr. and Mrs.:. J. W. Ings reflect personal' prefer Don't be afraid of your cr and other cultivated vaiic
J weekend with their parents, their farm: on the Suwannee Hitch at their cottage on Santa ences. The owner of a SpanIsh own Ideas as to plants. Your ties make excellent found,,
Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long. River and will be joined by Fe Lake They will be Joln.- Threaten Lake Villa-type .home will use enthusiasm should not be tion arrangements Nat! ,' ."
Mr. and Mrs Herman relatives from Lake City antiOl'a.nge ed! for Saturday evening din- gaily colored a.calyphas. cro- dampened by the "tfon'ts.: ferns from, the woods L.UI.,,

MOOTY Smucker of Eugene;: Ore were Park. ner by Mr. and .Mrs.: Sanford i tons and other: tropical Don't fail to plant some a4so planted.In .
Phone 9 4-06rl Monday visitors of :Mrs. Vernon Mrs. M. O. Overstreet and Ritch of Gainesville and Rev ;I (Continued from Page One] plants while the proud ;owner sort of foundation planting bays and other smn,,!:
'Smacker while enroute to three daughters! Orlando arc and Mrs. Graham Spurrier of of a city ranch home may there. is a bare spot at the Indentations, to tone do'.t <
their winter home in Sura.sota. Thanksgiving day guests of High'; Springs.Mr. the line. feature cactus< and cottonwoods base of your building. Re- the higher plants and a Robert Powell of Jackson- Mr. and )(ra. Bill Newton of Mr. and Airs. Jimmy Rowe Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Scwcll. ami Mrs Tommy Johns Actually, tho chain reac- member these! plants will Increase color, plant herbaceous pei-,
vile NAS waa visiting hla aunt, :Daytona Beach spent the first and family of Sanford are Mrs F. F. Stump and Miss and son Macclenny:: are tion starts in the several \ !, the value of the property ennials such as four-o-clock
'Mrs. J. H. Fields, Monday I I I1MI' of last week with Mr. and Thanksgiving guestw of their Lillian Stump were Wednesday spending the weekend with lakes of the Camp Blending University oi Florida ornamental yet will look so natural Stokes aster penstemo
and Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs i Mrs.: Herb Thomas at their! parents :Air. and :Mrs. Robert overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs\ Imlsy Perrymun. reservation, the southern- exports offer a few"don'ts" that the tax assessor will fail physofitegia, wandering I'] *
of Homnnassa Springs and Mr I camp in tho Scrub. James Green and .Mrs: Koline: Smith. 'Mrs. John W. Griffin In Oeh- Mr. and (Mrs. Lester Warren most of which is Magnolia.]! in making foundation to add the Improvement to and violets.For .
and Mrs Malcolm Mclnnla Jr. Hobbs was their weekend Air. and ah's. Keith Gilling- luchnee Ga. and spent Thanksgiving and son of Decatur, Ga. When Magnolia gets to a cer- plantings. his tax roll. additional informatlui! "
of St. Petersburg will visit guest. ham and daughter of Jacksonville day with Mr. and Mrs are visiting his mother, :Mrs.. tain level. !t feeds water Into Don't overplant. This is a of plants ask your county agent 1 for<>
their parents Mr. and (Mrs J. Air. and Mrs David Coats are visiting Air. and :Mrs W. H. Thomson !Monticullo.:: W. T. Gill over the weekend. Brooklyn Brooklyn, into common fault and crowding There are scores Bulletin 179A "Landscaping -
C. ,Jlobba.. during the weekend and Air. and Airs. Curtis Edwards Guy Sale on Thanksgiving Day. Glen Redddah of Greenwood Mr and Mrs. W. W. Hood. Little Luke Cipneva-the little : plants around the home ia a suitable for setting Florida Homes."
.)(rs. J. H. fields spent the attended a meeting of Miss Juanita Cribbs, Mrs. S. C. is spending the long John Greene and Norman Kel- I lake into bin Geneva common blurder or a rank the home. The native cherrylaul'el
weekend with :Mr. and Mrs. the General. Managers of the Dora Fender and son I lay ward weekend with his parents! chie attended. the conventionof I G"npva: into Old FieldOld amateur. Is' one. The wax privetIs
Robert E. Tanner In Baldwin. Mississippi Management, Inc. Fender of Stockton Ga. were Sheriff and 'Mrs.' P. D. Red- the Society of American Field Into Sana pondSand Don't depend too much on another excellent glossy C'OITRTIIOrSE TO CLOSRTII
;Bob Ferguson arrived Wed- at the Broadwater Beach Motel Sunday guests of Air.: and Airs. dish.Mr. Foresters at the Colony Beach Pond into Half Moon and annuals as a basis of the green plant. 'RSI>AY AND FRIDXY
n day by plane from Wash- in Biloxi, Miss from Friday L. D. Vining ; und Mrs: Richard Ray Club in Sarasota. last week. Half Moon Into the Putnam planting. They require replacement Other larger growing Bradford County courthouse.
ington, D. C. to spend the to Monday. Local admitl.incc.s to Bradford and family of Atlanta Ga. are Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby Hall PraIrie. if it had an out- and during/ some foundation suggestions' include offices will be closed ThurIV --
Thanksgiving holidays.jMrs. ATr. and Mrs. Jack McCombare County. Hospital this week visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. visited her brother, Roy J. Andrews seasons will r.ot do Justice toyour abella. severlnea. Jas- < Friday, and Saturday foi
W. H. Hart and Mrs. spending Thanksgivingwith include: Airs\ Lola Lyon :Mrs. Sapp and family through the In Riverside Hospital. on let.The only I teal I solution apparently mortgage. mines wax myrtle and a the Thanksgiving: holidays
Marie[ Moody visited their sis Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weldon -! Evelyn Sinclair William Tyler, long weekend.Jim Sunday too number of the arborvltaes
would be to Im- Don't too large! or
ter ;Mrs: Li. W. Strickland and in Jacksonville. Dclni.i Leslie Thomas Miss Willis of Tuvaros was Mrs. E. C. the drainage into the materials Trees I
nieces, Airs. C. C. Clayton of Attending the Cotton Pro- Della harper, Airs.\ Emma Hartla : visiting his undo and aunt Sue Morris of Lake City and prove cousplcious Still another group ol
IM&cclenny. .Mrs. George Price ducers Association, annual and J. C. Sapp of Starke; :Mr. and Mrs.: S. S. Noegel over Steve Denmark of Gordon! Military Etonla Create basin east of can be used only against thelargest plantsfernshave a place 'A Classified. Ad In the TELEGRAPH
Putnam flap' and thence Into buildings, and some
of Tallahassee and Mrs Fred' meeting In Atlanta Ga from Wullie CroAa and J. T. Bass the weekend.. ':\11'''. Noegel College will spend the I : : agalnist shaded walls and brings re.ulrr. .
the St. Johns River. That foliage
Tyner ofJackson. Alias in Mao Sunday to Tuesday were Gene of Brooker; William C. Townsend daughter Sharon John Odom weekend with ''Mr. and .Mrs' S. of the vaaegated
cleiuiy on Sunday. Summer Wade Gaskins, Jimmy of Lake Butler Miss and Jim were fishing: at Cedar G. Denmark would be a project of Stateor

'Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayesare Gaskins Leon Conner, CliftonA. Mary Ann Carlton of Lake Keys on Sunday.W. Mr. and Mrs.:: Vernon Silcox Federal magnitude and 1 ..,,
spending Thanksgivingwith Brooker, Wlllard Gasklns Geneva Airs. Edna Pearson of H. Nollman attended the and son have moved Into their an attempt to interest!! Army Have Your Family ( .
:Air.: and Mrs. John Dens Richard Carter, Oscar Carter i, Rnford: ; amt :Miss Phyllis Alau-. Scottish Rites ceremonies at new home on :Mimosa Drive. engineers !In the problem several -"fJ 'W i
In Lake City. A. B. Whiteheads George Hug- '. of Keystone Heights. the Temple in Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chitty years BRO ended:! In a tAT
:Mrs.: L. C. Adams was visitIng gins, Titus: Olson, Cecil Crawford I Don Joiner and daughter Friday and Saturday. and Mr. and 'Mrs. Chester 11,,<1. tangle of rerl tap*. :F

friends and relatives In and Vernon Crosby. Charlene of Greenwood S. C. I Mr and ''Mrs. W. H. Nollman sock and children of Lakeland In the meanwhile residents i
Daytona Beach several days Mrs George Hug-gins was are Wednesday, to Sunday are attending a family reunion Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph of Half Moon Lake are'' _
last week. visiting her mother, Mrs Louise guests: of ''Mr.: und Mrs. L O. Wednesday and Thursday at !Chitty and! daughter of Valdosta keeping: a wary eve on the i ;
'Mrs. Charley Johns and Mrs Jeffords, In High Springson :; V'ining..Mr. tho home of their ...onInlawu (a. are Thanksgivingguests water level nod hoping that 'I
Hazel Ritch visited air. and Alonday. : and Mrs. Drew Kc.ddi.Hh nLi dllughlel'1:\ r. and Mrs of Mr.:. and :\11'". Randal someone comes to their relief .1*
Mrs. Ralph Kazarian in Orlando Mr. and, Mrs. Klclen Mathews ,111111\Irs.. H. Edwards have Crosby H. D.iwklns in Jack-I Chitty.Mr. before its too late.
last Thursday and Frldny. and son. Bo, will visit their us guests 11's.V.. R. Royster Honville. :Mr. Nollnian'w, sister [ und Mrs.\ Karl Denmark "I had an acre of property .
Mrs. Bessie Faxon of Gainesvuie son-in-law and daughter. Mi. I Jr. and children of Tifton Ga. :\h's.V.. R. Brennan of Missoula and children of Jacksonville before the flood started" one (, 1 .j1J
was visiting her sister, and :Mrs: Ronald Parson in from Wednesday to Sunday and Mon.t. Is flying here to were lust Thursday visitors... of unhappy resident said, "and I q /7 /
Mrs. Vergie Flynn the first of Chattanooga, Tenn. over the :Mr. and .Airs. Rex W. :Mixon attend the reunion and remain Afr. !and Mrs David Browning. now more than half of that It d
the week. weekend. anil.I son of Jacksonville on In Florida for a month. bits T. N. Lim'baugh' of Is under water. Why shouldI I e Cy ci r
Bonnie Lou Graudon will visit Mr. and Airs. Garl Mathews Thanksgiving day. Mrs.: G. H. Bennett isi spend- Lakeland will spend the., week- pay taxes on property that
her cousin, Judy Graudon, at were last Friday dinner guestsof Rev. j K.: K. Montgomery Sr. ing the Thank.ssgivlng holidayswith end with her sinter Afrs H. I;, I no longer; 1 ave'" I I
Jntermont and James 'Montgomery of her grumt,laughter Mrs Li. Brownloe. RESTAURANTJUERL
College in Bristol. ;Air.: and' :Mrs. Bruce Alath- I I
Va. from Wednesday. .: to Sun- ews in Gainesville. Lake City were) Sunday guestsof ... C. 1.>. Pannell in Atlanta Ga. Della Rosenberg Evelyn
day. Mr. and :Mrs. bleed Lewis Air.: and Mrs David .:\lon l-I Mr. and Mrs: J. G. Week of Haney Dorothy Alllberger and! I I Iv

':Mr. andll'a.. L. N. Wood- and son are spending Thanksgiving gomery. Canal Point will spend the Desta Dyal attended the BPW GoI
burn of Elmhurst. III. were with Jfr. and Airs. N. Rex Smyth of Southern, College weekend at their homo here District 3 meeting nt the GI urge tLet'

weekend guests of ,Mr. and S. Dankel in .St. Cloud. in Lakeland Airs.: Lillian and. attend the Florida-Miami: Washington Hotel Sunday
Airs. N. 1. Woodburn Phillips of Lake City und Mrs.,,, game: on Saturday.Misses Miss Martha Sue McCain'
enrouteto Air. and :Mrs: B. J. :AIills: of ; ;
und her mother Mrs.:: R, L Mc .Gardening
South Florida and will re- Leland N. C. were Sunday visitors :Mary Lane of Jacksonville are Jean Mundy and
turn here this weekertd with of :Air.: and Mrs. Roy Thanksgiving> day guests of Frances. Cannon, of Tallahassee Cain of Wildwood are visiting'
the Woodtourns. Ciemons.g l\1 rs. Betrtha Pearce. were visiting Mrs. W. B. Mun- Miss: McCain.'s: grandmother
:Air. and :Mrs. Paul Raymondhave dy over the weekend. :Mrs.: B. J. East: In Birmingham I By Hervey Sharp, Editor
as guests this week M'-u.1! Mrs. Phillip Chronkhite of Ala. from Thuisday to Sunday: I Florida Agricultural Kxteiinion ':; I ROAST TURKEY AND DRESSING.
T. E. Strickland oi Belle Glade. Jacksonville underwent surgeryIn :Mr.: und Mrs. John Greene. S comehelp Visiting them on Monday( amiTuesuay I i Baptist. Memorial Hospital will '''be In Monticello over the :
was :Airs. Daisy.. JOhn'l' on Wednesday.Mr. weekend, visiting' her parents Ii '1 With Cranberry Sauce --1
us son of h Houston Texas, an< : : and :Mrs.: J.V.. Woodallof :Afr.: and iMrs. H. L Chancey. Foundation plantings to'I f 1f V
and :Mrs.: R. B. Alvarez of Titusville are Thanksgivingguests Mr. and Airs.V.. N. Barry the gardener are like some Giblet Gravy
Bovnton Beach were Monday of her parents Mr. and Sr. of Newberry are Thanksgiving garments!! -they smooth outl|
celebrateRoetse guests I Mrs. Jack Hines. guests of Dr. and Airs. features and add a "dressy"I I I
Among the students home I Mr. and ''Mrs.. David Lawson A. J. Barry.Air. look. I I Choice of Two VegetablesAnd
for the Thanksgmng: holidays and family and, Sally Lawson and ::1.1 I'M. Merrill[ Struth But don't o\er-diess youri
are: Richard Wainwright Jim ire visiting fiends and relatives and daughters will spend the I home with plants or it may Salad
my Dowling and\ Ki'nesl... len- in Auburndole from. \Vlld.IC"tl.lY long weekend with :V ll'. and J cause the house to look like
kina from FSU, June, Adams to Sunday.: Airs.\ Roddy Struth and familyin an overstuffed corset I Mince Meat Pumpkin Pie
I from SulHnM College: Erislol Mi.. and, Mrs. Gail Mathewsare : Atlanta. G.I. and will alien I When properly tilted' or
Open Va.. Donna Trawlck from Thanksgiving' g-\iusU/ of Miami the christening of Charles Kllitt !; -
around a home, a inundation "
Unl. of South Florida) ; Eddie!; :Mrs.: T. E. Breuzealo In Struth at the ;Methodist\ definite I Coffee or Ice Tea
plantiiiR serves purposes. -
Brown and Gary Farber" from High Spring's. Church on Sunday. .
It connects the] house'
:Murray State University Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Williams :Airs.: O. R. Alvarez Jr. nnd I with the.
Barry Firth from J. U.; Diane and family of Largo will sons l were visiting Air. and j grounds and adJac-// '
Wednesday Nov. 30 9 5 ent ornamentals / /
-- a.m. so Thanksgiving
p.m. Firth from St. Petersburg Junior spend the weekend with her Airs. Don Ray Tillcy In Jack
College; Janet Hardy from parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. sonvllle last week. I house and founds I appear to I
of Arthur Jim. T. H. Slide: Is. in Win-1 have grown together. into an
Hollicluy from William Carey Alta Cronkhitu of Jacksonville Chester: Va. for two weeks eye-appealln' homestead $1.50
Come !In and see us..'and our fabulous College and LaiTY Nuugi-i .......al11 weekend guest of ]I inning her son-in-law and I Shrubs and: elms also tend
selection! of cosmetics and grooming aids. from University of Alabama. Carol Hardy. d.lUghtel'11': und :Mrs. ..1\lkhaull l| to soften and blend architectural
Let us show you the very newest fashion. :Airs.: Gladys Weldon. Is visiting I The Barry family reunion will U'Uiien und new baby son. lines Such plants give _

right cosmetic preparations. Pick HP your :Mr. und :Mrs Steve Weldon: be held Sunday Nov. 27, at the Miss! Janice Vickers nf 'I,
FREE gift! in Alacclenny:. on Thursday and homo of Mr. and :Mrs.: J. K': i I Brunswick Ga. will bo weekend
Friday and they arc all having Hardy. glints of Dr. tend :Mr. H. H.
I Learn about our Free Hour of Beauty, a Thanksgiving with :Air.. and I :\ and Mrs. Franklin Kill' 'h I11' |!I Adams and family.
= demonstration of complexion care featur- :Mrs. I Earl fcxlenfield In Jacksonville. of Tallahassee are spending I the i Air.:\ and Atrs. William Owen
ing our famous 3-Steps to Beauty,followed Thanksgiving weekend! with and.\ family have moved I from
: by a marvelous complimentary make-up. :Mr.: and :Mrs. Linton A. Tay- airs. Hazel It itch.Mr. I Washington street to the HIIdebran -

(You may have one at your convenience.) lur Jr. of Jacksonville arc nnl11':' ", Ralph K.iriu-' house on N. Walnut DRESS and GIFT SHOP
Thanksgiving day guests of Mr.[ inn and of Street.T. ..
Let's get acquainted! And don't forget we daughter Oilan.lu'
and :Mrs, :\ ".rritt Williams.Airs. H. Slade .
.: have free for arc visiting Sen. and :Mr''' ;i was Atlanta,
a gift youl ': Joe Wilson and Alls.Virginia .
Charley Johns over the week' Ga. lust Thursday and Friday .
: /; Smith me weekend attending the Committee of ..
/guest. .. ot Mr: nnd :Mis.. (Gioige : Tyler Jones is spending I! 'Ion meeting: ut Knioiy U11I 'l'l'
: Elouise Loudon Owner K. Bennett in Orlando> ,TuoHdiy to Friday/ with .\11I sity. 44: !
: Air and. Mis: L. D. Vining and Mrs. RA. Green Jr. in'!', :Mrs. L,. A. Mavis) :\11'. anti. '
Next Door To Loudon's Beauty Shop visited. All and Mi..1. C. Vetting I :
j I[ Gainesville. ''Mrs.; Green was :Mrs: '' J. W. Ritch, and Airs
lit!) S. Thompson St., Starke In Palatka ..n Friday. and Released 1 from Alachua General liaisy ferryman vl..ltcdII'S; dJMany
Saturday. :> Hospital .Monday:, after surgery Ella Hardee In Kernandina'

Y ,, last week Bench on Sunday. Winter Cbse-Out J;
.- .. Mrs. Edith: ChI- Uan81'n111/ <1'I '
granddaughter I ;Mrs. Patrick nit-T: K\(''K: TIS,,\I'K
n We Givers Thanks firi'goric' and grrral /grandxiiri.1.IciHcph 1'\\1'':; RPX'eI: ;" I':I)
.' left sunday, morning
for New Orleans, La. :Mr Florida counties' have each Items For Year-Round Wear
rr f Christiansen will visit her i received S52.00O from the State
children there until the first: of Comptroller representing the
the \e-n.; list payment of rate truck,

; '.."' ,_ V'.'.: '.'" :MrO.. I.. Haynes Jr,. nod. funds' during! the warrant" i xon-
daughter Anncallr1, .Mm son The amount was $2.000)
George :Stevenson; of .\tlal1la. more than the payment rci -
Ga. ate spending! Wednesday\ ... ''PI veil, for the same: period, In
to Sunday, with Mrs. H.I.VML-.S' t1I! i5.;

nnd! :Mrs: Hubby Welch in flat' ,
-. tisburg.; hIM. while Mr. Stevenson SUITS
and Dr Haynes nu ,I
hunting. 70t
Mi: and :Mrs,, H. C. Wimber-1 I 0-05
Iv; of I Knglu: Lnke are. guests of DRESSES
For Mrs. Nelson Green and family I
freedom for plenty for all C
,/ hone Thursday. to Satutduy, I 666ag

the blessings of home and family, ;Mrs; S.15 G. Denmark entertained Tale TO
guests nt a coffei I

we say a prayer of gratitude on } Saturday afternoon honoring SLIMS
hei house
gu..t.11's.: J. M.

this Thanksgiving Day. As we cel Vickers of Brunswick, (;a. .

ebrate with the traditional feast / I' yWt( }

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f'" r \ Pecan r with Brannon Funeral HomeIn C'' I1,' .Imltfo, of Tirndf.a, I I" '.IV ..1 U III I?' ]publll \i\IL\
wvi Volume f '' ; .
\ of arrangements. niil.'torliln" for npi rvi\'" I!I' d1nd I r> lid Uli.tJ'l' ro
I (.r ..ml,! rival returns and fur .in, low'1111r'I
.>"t.| .i r ''i dlntrtbutlon and r>'.i' I I--I I'I'M' ; SlX luuler.
And Prices
,,1 I IY l> ('1l"''TY Jl now roinr, ands! ,ilim huraa all admlnlotrat'.r (Iliri.! qiini tii, ) t t' M i ,u 'a
t IN IM FOil mi.\moni. ,ut. ,,lie estate of John \\ I 11 lid I'hftMHl, H 1 h 1x1115,
vPrings nn I. .r. I n
I' nh"Ixlr 'l'.d.
b M1'I YetThe ( 01 vTY '
K Highest :N..t.Inlor- .. 7th. 1088. HI', nil tlrft ('I Olkw .
In :
re: KMtatft .
I? xlx pb I 11 .I Ilw,
.lolin W Plnholster. ili-?" t"anfi1", '.. Z. W. HAMILTON I
MOOTT ,....lee .., KIIInKllll.ii I ..., Ttld.MAS ftI' PiSRCS.1lhq'1
largest volume anti the Klniil UI.'hnor.; .*ff ilnilnU-. \ "r l.awI .
PbGDe !61.0131rr tub. rnnr I
Ii-r ,1s t i R hi! hi:st average price to dale triltorN'iitlii I ii ,In., .,i\\i.,r 11)30Mink. 1n? u II. 1. ,n
marked the third pectin ntict -I : > In hereby when .halt I .-. I li.ilda, I 11111'1'1'/! III x1,; .., billrl, I.'
hiiMIllnl my final ri-turiiH liB II I lu< 41 I IL' 1 1I III, Ind. d.
K1 t"m t ale of the current season
InilnlHt i iitor aunt b" tiinn'nli, All pll ro' .h I It I 1 ,'dnIn '-
; .,it the Starke. Farmers :Market linn,.", ,, ,.f the KBtnti' "f .'.l.uiV | I fin .J.I & 1. tll, 1 ,
Elaine Johnson Homemakers Club p f fI ''IlHI t Thursday.An \ I'lnhiilntiT, doeeaHiil., 'that 1 I IIIHXI. .t.I tl.I. M'II Illlix'I .. l'1S ISIS
I ; ,. vn.I V 'I bids Vlll hl< 'tOiOlVOllIM right t ..II'.i r I u1 ,
.' riled, "my, p* fltloti f"f d1.trlbutlon | '.. i IV \ "J'
Is Complimented Installs OfficersAt twrage of almost/ 29 1-2 .., \ \ rnnril nf tin- e'II\' I 'it- nil lililMMl .
for fu.l 'li
anti > < < ,
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.iP .iwr II "r 'd1 d.1 d'.vIts
I i>nt)" n }round was pall for ('h.irif',. and that nn I I'' ., ,, v r..IIMI ,.
I II <> r I In' 11 |1' M 1. a '
Bridal Shower New officers of the Future :1.483.!: pounds of nuts for a I :nil t 1'iiid; .. I will app!, i i illnn.iralili' ..I I n.,; .: :"n,;b i:"r 'h. I I'.11; A i iI ; I I'll .M.I ii ill I. : tr'
Homemakers Club were Installed I + gross return of $6,914.33.! Tlteron A > i ,i ", ..,I.d, I |.l.i.".. ,. till .I.K| | I i II JI. .r I IS I Ir
Miss Elaine Johnson whose
at a meeting on No- Averages,; paid for leading:1
[marriage to Clifton Newsom vember 11 as follows: ineties,' were: Curtis 30.51.St.Hurt. ; ::1 f
(will be an event of Friday __
I President. Gloria McKin- 32.88; VanDemana.
night at 8 o'clock in the First .
ney: Vice President Elaine 31.JO-:! : Money: Makers 22.79;
.MethodLat Church, was honor-
Murray: Secretary, Barbara :Mixed\ 20.91: Seedlings 2755
ed with a miscellaneous ..
Crawford; Treasurer Pat At the first sale on Novem- y J
er ;Monday night given 'toy Show-I
Doyle Caaon and:' Mrs Morgan; Reporter and Historian + # 1 >).>: 3 11,715 pounds of nuts

Bankston: of Lulu in the Becky Newham: Degrees brought an average of 27.33.:
'r'w' second auction, on November -
Recreation Center.Arrangements Dianne Cox; Parliamentarian -
10 sold< 19,821 pounds for eva
of white and I! Terry Breeden.

yellow chrysanthemums were The new officers met on /1r in average of 26.23. I,

used in decorating the center.! Nov. 18 to make plans for the So far this season, 58,01 ,

The refreshment table was District Meeting in Jacksonville unds i, of nuts have been sold
f 7 '
covered with a white lace I on December 3. The y rF for a total return of 16136. warm "Merry Christmas" fi ,J
No sale will be held on
(cloth and was centered with an ,,, Vice President Elaine Murray -
arrangement of white mums I will participate on a Thanksgiving (Day. The next .her pretty fleeceDUSTER
-ah. will be on December 1. ti 1\\
In a crystal bowl. panel at this meeting F+

!Several games were played 1

during the party hours and Birthday Party Funeral Services 4 'taG

"prizes were awarded to the
winners. For Chris LewisMrs. Quigley Museum Has New Owners Held MondayFor

The hostesses the
presented Mrs. Dukes ..
honoree with 'blanket as a Meed Lewis entertain-
memento of the occasion. tamed at a birthday party -\Ir... Ruby John and! 1. T. Qulglcy clNruiM details of the recent |Imre'hu..c. of I :Mrs Clara Dukes, 81, of I I t

Among >the 25.guests were Saturday afternoon-forcer. the Ojiiglpy miiNvMiin': hj ;\Ir... Johns. and John A. Torocle. urrClICI..JinA' than< Lake Butler, died Sunday 399Soft ,

Mrs. C. B. Newsom mother of son. Chris on his fifth annl- rs: Home of .the more Hum a thousand Items of historical and religions/ .. interest after prolonged Illness.

th. 'htS -Yersat7k.-, .. ,__..... _.. that haws, been collected by ;Mr. Quigley' over lifelino. The now owners plan I A native a of Brooker Mrs.

grandmother !Mrs. Bessie The party was held In the to keep| the museum. open dally. at It. \\'. ;Mmllson. Street watIon I uiid ulll nil-" Dukes was the daughter of '

Ward and his slater Miss yard where a pirate theme flounce plans. later fun! Its. further ilr\el<"pnnt 11" a tourist nttra4-tlon. I the late Mr. and Mrs. Philip snuggly nylon and acetate fleece, V \j ,

Virginia New oan. Also attend- was carried out with balloons II Crosby early settlers of that delicately detailed with self-binding. \
ing were Mrs. Jimmy Green and streamers holding pirate I
later of the bride-elect and flags, ships, 'end pirate faces. arra. She was a member of Romance Blue or Cerise Rose. Sizes 1018. 4 1

lira. W. -OT. Smith of Starke.Methodist' f The Tefreshment-twMe-HKeW-* DKG Meets 1 enkins-Brown Hamburger Fry Dedan Baptist Church ,

treasure chest and pirate In Green Cove I Survivors Include roar sons
Engagement ToldMr. For Senior MYFThe S tV
,. ..- -...__."'-- -- -- ... I Thomas L. raid O. B. Dukes
ClassHonors The ten children I, both of Lake Butler: Zell S. ,
played Alpha Nil Chapter of the .
andll's.: Charles A. senior MVP enjoyed ahamburger Jacksonville and' j.
Dukes. ; V'Q
!games, with prizes going to Delta Kappa Gamma Society 1 FI
(IBudl I Jenkins the
announce Saturdaynight
Mrs. ChesserThe John T. Dukes, Aiken, S. C.:
Ricky Johns and John Mlzell. met Thursday night, Nov. 17.,
marriage of their daughter, at the home of Mr. and Dukes.
They received favors of pir in the Recreation Hall of the Betty Jane to William Cecil a daughter, Omega
Methodiat Woman's Sun. [ I Mrs. Gene Shaw given by Lake Butler- five brothers
day School class had a cover- ate knives eye patches, and First Methodist! : Church in Brown son tf Mr. and Mrs. their counselor, Mrs. J. R. R. G. Crosby Gainesville: C.
ed dish pirate rings. Green Cove Springs William !\ Brown of Tren- ,
supper Monday night M. Wainwright E. Crosby Wesconnett: A. D.
Mrs. Lewis
4n Fellowship' Hall honoring was assisted by "Sharing Creativity" was The 14 young people attending 7
CI o bv. StarkE. L. B. Crosby.
(Mrs. Richard Chesser on her Mrs. Randy Johns and Mrs. the theme for; the meeting ton.The wedding took place In played names and Greensboro, and E. G. Crosby -

birthday.The Vernon, Reddish. with each member creating the home of the bride's! par- listened to records: after the Brooker; four sisters

dining: table was cover- showing !md spiling. Items I ents In Staike on Saturday. supper. Oalney. Okeech-
Mrs Nincy
ed with a pale green linen Beta Sigma Phi made by the members were Nov. 12. Rev Sam Quincy obee: Mrs. Mae Mott, Brooker furry

cloth and centered with an ar To sold by Mis. Joyce Weldon performed:! the ceremony.Mr. Party '
Meet MondayBeta I Birthday : Mrs. Oertruie Waters.
rangement of fall flowers and Mrs. Adele Mitchell. and Mrs. Brown are Dundee and Mrs. Beatrice Velveteen SCUFFS
flanked by Thanksgiving. cand- Sigma Phi Sororitywill Money from the sale will be I both employed at the University For TommyVise Futch, Starke.
les. used in the chapter Scholar-
of Florida and will reside -
meet at Nancy's Flowers
Funeral services were held 19.9
ship Fund. Tommie Wise celebrated
The class which included in Trenton.Adrienne .
Monday night at 8 o'clock.
at 3:30: p. m. Monday In Lake
Mrs. Nell Martin presentedthe his 9th birthday anniversarywith
their :Mrs. A. N. Holll-
teacher From there the members will I devotional. Mrs. Edna a party given by his Butler Christian Church with Taotly scuff*In Blue or CerIse with matching OPENTILL)
the honoree
day presented to Mr. C. W. Slade's Barry '
go Rev Jacob L Thomas officiating t 7 I ..M.F1U. .
Hart, Mrs. cleo mother. Mrs. Ralph Wise assisted
with a personal gift as a me- home East I Andrews bunny fur, or metallic gold with black fur. S.
on Southgate
mento of the occasion. Mrs. Sue Winkler and Mrs. Has Birthday Party by her sister Mrs Interment was In' .,
Drive where Mrs. Philip Dekle Cemetery. Lake Butler.
Adele ,
Mltchfi: presented a Janet Brown. SAT.
Clark will serve as cohostessfor skit entitled "Your Key and Adrienne Barry celebrated About 25 boys and girls' I .
Little Women the meeting. Its Meaning." her sixth birthday on joined In the fun of games;

Members are reminded to Members from Starke attending Saturday: afternoon when and contests. Refreshmentsof \

, To Sponsor DanceThe bring with them to the were Mrs. Cleo Andrews her mother Mrs A. J. Barry. I blrthfav cake punch and I r

meeting their proceeds from Mrs. Mona Canova /gave a party; for her and ten I potato chips were served by "
Little Women's Club is the spices sale I: and also an Mrs. Reba Dill! !Mrs. Edna friends. the hostesses. ,
outfit for the Barbie Doll I
sponsoring a dance Friday Hart. Mrs. Adele Mitchell The children enjoyed
night'at the clubhouse from that will be given away dur- Mrs. Tommie Nolan Mrs. games and lefreshments during Garden Club NoticeThe nir4
ingthe Christmas .
8 to 12: o'clock. The Jades holidays.A Muriel Norman and Mrs Sue the ptrty hours and rode

band 'vof Lake City will be Wlnklsr.: I the horses. They received Stark' Garden Club

featurevl and refreshments cowboy hat favors. Centeringthe will meet Monday' night/ at ,I ,

will be I\sold. ClamMed Ad In the TELE A CliwmlJlml. Ad In the refie.shmcnt table was a 7:30: p. m. ut th" home of I

GRAPH briar nwulU. GR.1PlI bring result. .TEI.E// cake fashioned like a horse. :Mrs. T. I. Mescreau.: I yi

I her Assisting daughter/ Mrs Terry Bury were and Luxurious gift for her leisure

niece Beverly Patterson of 1' 11.1.| "Full Illlll
Oalnl's\me. Hi ali'il l lilili w 11'1"' I i ,. nn' : (12Peignoir Sets
hv 'tin. "'11' (N.iiitill, ...r 'ih. "Tilt A,7i; .
.>..i' KnirUr.' : 1 Klii' in .tin I'll-
Recent Births hail until. T mi ,in' ,1!, k I'1 ...I.I'I'n.xdny Can!rece SeamTeu
| In I eu,6er li. 'I'llil! Ai S
\\hlih linn1 mill pliiii. nil bid
:Mrs and :Mrs Michael" o'- ri--i. .Ivi-il.. will In- pulHi',' Ivi.i I V ) 99 .
"Hav'YOti heard the ry Brien Winchester.. Va. announce -' "r"II",'ni.il Inlf'I ,and ri ,ml iilmul. "il. 'tin NYLONSV ; 12 I

the birth of a son, I .I<,'rol"l B Illlll null' rl? .I.,.,l" 1
James :Michael on. Nov. 18. in ill ::1"i''e" i inn rh11xalf.1' i n- I. V'W
about the 'man who saved with MrCnlH, /I'OWITK' Hilltddf'i' -\'!tI tilt,
Maternal grandparents are. :Mr. Imilv, In 'limo ut' I IIt Ir'" /i others ai
and Mr>*. T. H. Slade of full i-iimimrtmi-ntM. -"I IiKI xlda'llh 3 285 .
IIfUII..lllhl,. xhVlytlg' .d,,ll c 3.99 to 6.99
week 15 ?" Starke. l IIIII-.IIIH: "l'a. "rnli ,in i b1 i >.rWPtlllll ..,I t
$2.34 a for years lltllllXI-ll r..ullil. "I "' II,?, Canfr.c.giv.sim'K
\ : Hill'* iii md Icg-nuggTng Shift gown andpeccable
C.Crawford iiilllxlnK li'tiKliinllniil
... ... .. .... I 'Mr. and Mrs. Bobby ,
--- --- --- --- -- '" i ruHHini-inlii' r' a' -Id 'I to iiIIIIHI fit with greottr fr.e- !! In
-------------- of Providence nnonree matching coat
--------, Id\ mi. I 1.14'11) rl.a iiiui' /
\ the birth of 1lion, floor dam and comfort' wear longer floating nylon tricot

'.-" ..-- .---. -. ..- I Charles Randall, on Nov 21 in 1-11",1 I : II' inli-i-" 'in d '"''mil"i tin but I I. ihooror cloaror. N.wttt ( I
hili k "'-11d" HI uI intricately d.
| Lake Shore Hospital t-nke '"Ifllllll"' I I llll.'l'' 'M I' Ul 1 1II"nblV shade In dus S'/i la 11. I s'
1 Ii City. Grandparents' are :Mrs" .1011 iti. .. .. .; .. I r"yl taiUd with rich
] .
II ,
I fell in 1..n i i I.l >" i i?i
Betty Crawford and fo'1.: ,,10".1,1| lillll/, Il and. I I'I, lac*. Pink, blue,
I I Crawford, of Starke' nnd :Mrs. I I..h. ) i ''.tit I of. ,,,,,lili-l,,, ,. |Pnalnl l I l tI"1. ; d white .and high .
lllMll.ll.il' K'l'l.ll; I ,I" I." "If' \ 1
Silas Crawford, of Provident ll"ll\.. IIIIIUillL' ,,, .I"V\ .t'a1 %
I' tll II shads In sins
1 ;
I II I1.. toI I I I"dd", "I"| I "HI'"'' 'I' '1
,i I 1",1,I '111 X M'.l ,a..'-lul.1t I S, M, I.. Gift
I II Bradford County Hlnlal .. ,
l'nl-, tlllll "'"'i'| |" .1'1.'' "I % SIs
; announces the following bn tha': :'HUM'' wit'"huut law rillllinIliiiiliiiy % bax d< tee'm
I ijiuni" r :lad' ,,"r"I t t.t MTnin
| Mr. and Mrt. William TylerI

.. Starke. a daughter, Sheryl'' -1"1'. HmnalM,, i sm ,il I Ii..i. preffypracfica/s./ .,
I Ann Nov. 17. 'v.Ii". t/
,. x111,1 "N" "1..V Ill.rlCllt .
,I I 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward l .. 'l''t'" ul' I.j. .t .u1 'n"
Young, Alaehua. daughter Hit 1,1. tbV2r\ PANTIES I V
11 'I I :1' I : .,
Zina Beth, Nov. 19.

It has t happy ending: he ended! Mr. and Mrs John Renves

Seville Gainesville. a daughter : MOVIE STAR

up with close to $2,500 (savings Nov. 21.TROOP. | KEEP YOUR RECORDS I J.7

I A I. rl-"d I % V Travel Sets :
plus earnings).How much can you 70 SCOUTS 1 ((91t ,12 -
set aside each week? Open your ENJOY HIKE ; d .RS "Gio-Sll..e"Ny. t

members of I \ 4 Ion Satins, and Lacer Q
The following
Savings Account now and watch it growl! Troop 70, Boy Scouts of ;; d4;fye ;' II .e trimmed Tricot In whit. $8 set #

America, enjoyed a hike and / I and color, sixes S to 10 J d dTt

camping trip to Sampson lounge rob and pajama

Lake Friday night and Sat- rL II I In 100% nylon Intel that (, S

urday. I I pops smoothly out of a tuit, L ? l .

i i Michael Gis&y. Jerry Lee,r ; rx COM,If at sass on campus, ',

Accounts Insured Up To $15,000.00 By The Federal Dick Torode. Woodrow and: L>; I i at horn,anywruitl ClassiC .
Gerald Grlffls, Buddy Pater- ,
r4 el r simplicity with contraitlnj' a
and Loan Insurance Corporation Sewell /
Savings ion. Paul West Stan piping. In a colorful Iravilau
Robin Mulllns! Randy Pass, '
1 < box. Sires 12 la 40.
5IIuu5 Steve Cox, Buddy Broushton ;
and Terry Oilnes They were
and Loan Association 9
Savings accompanied. by David Montgomery ,(f t

Scout master.
;i- Michael OlsIY.lcl'lbO; / :. handsome newHandbags f
Too sttouM...mtett' theirs proteded
no \RU TO OI'KVMKXT liI4! against. loss by fire m such equipment' asH '

Ave Phone 961-0500) : TI'KS\V| .,cul s Multi.Lot insulated files.
218 North Temple -:- pomt-of.uw
I You can have complete
The Board of County Commissioners protection lor all your vital. records I in

will meet at 10 ".m. two. three or tour-draeer Underwriters $, "
certified Hercules files And any tailor-, 2.99 5.99
Nov. 29 to bids
TuM/iay. open Lads. locking: arrangement you desire. TO

It's Turkey Time Again / for furnishing labor and material Ooo't *a4-see Uiem today. ;.. h i,
to construct. a county f I fit I The gift that adds that extra touch ,to, her

Add! To Your "Ihar.kcE'.Tirg: Pleasures! By Corning! In Ar.'J See '''Jlltl 'n ,i", .' -ei'if! shop and 'H'rN! I !!F! PHVV wre/e/ -". .... .I- I I.-, .k-HM\ m''">/

A TcrLa": Art Exhibit D s.lgmd Ey *.Ir&. Evelyn Haney's: itn- truck newly: ;acUrcd torire 'jhsi j>_!:nr.erii.Le::<: o:-. tho: ,, Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH ILL 7 '.51. --i '.;;" ,* ),,.."..'..... 'I' hauldor ttyUtl All biauhfully dlaiid,
for Art Class. I'k.propert".I.. :fpa.ific.1.t1o\:\ I' FEI., .p.rtl/ crafted.

were published> in legal notice. '' SAT. -
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Church), $150. ,. AI I on November 3. were involved In the felonies Nesmith home were a port-
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I School Board I Casey said no bids were rei i, lie Intends to re-enter St. one of them apparentlya able television and a 12 days.The weekend kill was reported -

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNfY calved on Busses 1 and 3, which | Johns River Junior College for young boy judging: by a. gauge shotgun with engraved as: 42 deer 23 turkeys
I Holds Firm will be scrapped for spare one more trimester In January small footprint left as one of stock. 11 hogs 124 quail. 101 cat

I parts. | before entering the Uni- the clues. The Investigatorsalso The homes of Claude Blair squirrel, 44 fox squirrel and
Recreation :News" I to attend, Watch the paper On PenaltyThe The board authorized its architect SERVICE MEN versity of Florida obtained a number of I and J. C. Blair both of Mac- 14 dove.
There wille a Hop Wednesday for other programs to be Don Morgan, to draw fingerprints.All clenny: were! also entered Season's total to date: 94
nift.'i, : it "" '' presented Bradford County School up final plans for tho new AND WOMEN houses were entered by but a check has not been deer 48 turkeys, 34 hogs, 165
Recreation c >u om Reno'\ CHt'RCH NEWS Board refused 1 to yield Thurs- Brooker and Hampton, schools cutting screens and prying made of their losses. quail, 149 cat squirrel 63 fox
10 p. m. \ The Church of God In day night to a 'Jacksonville with only roughed-In kitchen I I locks with an Instrument 56T squirrel and 14 dove.
The first! home Christ Elder t). R. Williams contractor who naked for reconsideration facilities. I I [probably a screwdriver], the Lake Butler ManagementArea
basketball will be played i pastor. The 4th Sunday in of a $1,000 pen- Casey asked the board to 4 'sheriff's office said. For no Hunters reports a total of 88
cafeteria m 5,000
December 12 against Sunland each month is Rally Day. alty imposed on his firm for consider a "satellite" f apparent reason the Intruders deer and six turkeys killed
Training Center of Gaines Each member is expected to its failure to finish two Bradford service for the two schools! u broke through the front during the period, Nov. 12-20.
ville. The public is Invited to fulfill his cb'lgatlon. Bible school 'buildings: 'fc.V the whereby the food would be pre i door at the home of Mrs. C. Bag 42 Deer The area's only public dove
school In Starke and
at a
come out and support your I Band will\ be held Tuesday contract deadline.Charles pared and i I O. Barksdaie after they had field. Santa Juana. near
team. night at 7:30: according to J. H irrls Sr.. of Brooker.He transported. to Hampton entered the back door and j At Blanding Keystone Heights, showed a.
Mf Jackson Is very proud the President Sis. Daisy Harris & Harris, Inc cited .several said the satellite system w were already In the house. participation of 42 hunters

of the progress the boys are I Jones. All members are requested reasons, Including: rainy has proven, auccesful In Brow- Articles taken from the Traffic Increased to 5.230 and a. total kill of 63 doves.
making In the basketball pro- toe present. weather, why the company required ard County and that it results j Barksdale house Included: a hunters In Camp Blanding The field will be open eachSaturday
gram. He is asking for con- Pleasant Grove Metho- an extra 42 days to complete in savings in labor and food .38 revolver small transistor Wildlife Management! Area during the second
tinued interest in the program dist Church. Church School (buildings at; Laiwtey Junior costs. He estimated savingsin k '1 radio electric clock two pieces I last weekend and is expectedto
10 a.. m. with classes In their High and Anderson Junior labor alone could amount to 1, of Sampson luggage and' top even that figure dur- phase Nov. 19 through Dec. ,
The Center will be open respective places. Supt. Leo High Schools. His appeal was $3,500 per year I a portable sewing: machine. ing the Thanksgiving holi 4. :
:Friday from 1 to 3 p. m. and DeSue111 be in charge. backed ,by a subcontractorwho Morgan told the board that Pvt. Gary W Potts son of Taken from the Jimmie I i
from 4:30: to 6:30: p. m. for There will he a social In said ,the penalty was un- elimination of full kitchen Mr and Ml'' Thomas Potts.,I.
your enjoyment. Feel welcome the Old School Building at fair in view of circumstances. equipment in both schools Sr of Lake Bedford Is stationed -
in our:: presence. Pleasant G"ove on Nov 25 School Superintendent Tom would save around $7,000. jrAirman at the Marine base,
SCHOOL. NEWS sponsored by the Sunday Casey said the board had been Board member H. A. Lawson Camp Pendleton, Calif.,
Honor Roll for the first six School dl'pll'tment. Refresh- generous In allowing; the con- said he saw nothing wrong where he is training in the IT'S ILLEGALFor
weeks by grades: ments will be on sale and tractor an extra 32 days on with\ the idea, providing the tank corps after completing
7th Grade. : Velma Wade music!\ In the background I the job, enforcing the penalty food is transported under proper training atParrls Island. S. C.
Denese Jackson.. Velma Mit Duel Day will terminate on for only ten days at $50:\ per conditions.The 2nd Class James and Camp Lejeune., N. C. He
chell. Sunday. Nov 27. The women I day on each of the two projI board told Morgan to W Davie son of Mr and recently spent a 30-day leave
the I ects. The '"board agreed with draw with roughedIn Mrs. Walter Davie of Starke. with his parents.
8th GradeSharon: Clark versus men and the up plans Any Person Persons to Engage in
the refused the Air- or
superintendent and kitchen facilities so that full has been awarded
Barbara. Hudson Oliver youth versus the women and' ---- -----
Crum. men. Chairman of the wom- any further concession kitchens may be installed\ laterif man of the ""Month Award for .... .. '
Cth Grade: Carolyn Brown en is Mrs. :Mamie Tyson co- In other business, the board desired. October at Offutt Air Force c 1 4 tprrQ Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
Ronald Strong, Mary Lee chairman Is Mrs Gloria opened bids on tearing down !Morgan said the plans are Base. Nebraska
Lane.. Daisy Bell Coleman, Mack. Chairman of the men the old Lawtey Junior High about complete, and. that he He was awarded a $25 Sav-
Shlrlle Farson Is Mose Covington. Youth brick building, and an old will advertise for bids to be ings bond, and a. threedaypass.
10th Grade: Mazella Durham chairman is Miss Mary Dell, frame building at Anderson opened on December 13.Casey 'j'jf. The Name Is Registered!
School. Davie Is formerlyof
co-chairman reported a recommen- Airman
Gloria Hutchinson, Miss Ear 11ne ,
Sandra. Williams Eloulse Hagon. The public Is Invited The Lawtey Job was awarded dation from county school Cocoa Beach and Is a ,
Cooper Donnie Jackson to come out and support the to Burkhalter Wrecking Co. principals that schools be open- graduate of Cocoa High
JUanita Griffin, Brenda one of your choice.A of Jacksonville on a 'bid of $3- ed about 30 minutes later in School and Brevard Junior Read This Florida Law
Taylor program will be scheduled 196. Other bidders were W. the morning. College. He .s 1 now operating
11th Grade: Anthony De- for Sunday evening T. Jackson' $3.249; and .Florida He said the principals feel electronics equipment at Off- I;

Sue. Alice Turner, James Nov 27. Any donation will be I Crown/ Industries 7731. that early schools and are that being this la openedtoo work- utt AFB. t Ht shall be unlawful for any person or persona, u defined kettle t.

Small Beverly Floyd Ralph deeply appreciated. Rev, H. Burkhalter estimated his Ing a hardship on some stu engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein .defined I
Byrd. Leonard Smith. P. Hudson pastor. Joann Tyson firm will be able to salvage Sut. Richard E. Clark, son
dents. without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered wtth the)
70,000 brick on which he seta
12th Grade: Sylvester ? Reporter. \ of Mrs. Mora Clark of Starke {f.
:FrankMn. Dorothy Davis Greater Allen Chapel AME value of $60 per thousand. also Is a member of the 4ry ryr} /.0 "tU':r clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place et bnatnraiIs.

PTA MEETING Church. Sunday School 10 a. The Anderson school Job was 9th Engineer Battalion, 1st : I .. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an afffUaTit -
The PTA meeting will be m. Morning service at 11. awarded to Jackson on a. low :NO; 'run r OK \\1'1'10'\1' : TO Marine Division at Chu Lai I
Richard M. Nipper whose all interested stating under oath the name .,
.U'\'I'Jo1 pi.fr
signed by ,
held Wednesday. Dec. 7, at choir anniversary will be held bid of $259. Casey said sever- Notice that South Viet Nam This bat- persons
t:30: In the cafetorlum. The Sunday. Nov 27. at 2 p. m. In al .individuals' had offered to \\t-. William' h'r'lIy Cannon given and l idles talion supports the Division wife. Shirley Ann. and pa1'ents. U1 thMe interested In the business enterprise the extent of the Interest
Mr and11'8. C. Nipper
6th grade. Mr. Johnson Ilopewell. All friends are Invited tear down the building for the It Cannon. husband, and wife through the construction of( reside in Starke, has been of each, and the fictitious name under which said business I is carried
teacher will present the pro- to attend.Evening materials but said an. insurance bi'lnir thg null "\\'neru of the buildings bridges, and roads.
nuhdlvlglon. known a* "THK I promoted to the rank of ; on. Said registration may not-be made until the person or persons desirinc
firam. Mrs. Bernice Hopkins stivice: at 6 p. m. risk was involved VILiLA." an allow by plat recorded Through a continuous civic
reading specialist, will also I The Junior Choir will serve \ The 'board also opened. bids 1 In I! flat'' Honk' 2. page:.78 program, the Marines pro- Army Specialist 4. 1 Ii to engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised hui ertheir

speak. All parents are urged I The message will be delivered \on four surplus buses which Hranrnrci, will petition County the Public Board I iternrdM of- vide medical aid and teach ialist At the Kipper present is serving time Spec-one intention to register said) fictitious name at least once a week for four
by Rev L. A. Sampson. were sold to the highest bid- the Vietnamese to help
County CommlHBiom-rx al their
year of duty In Viet Nam as (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county
THE RIGHT POINT for the The officers members and ders as follows: Bus No. 10, igulir! meeting on December themselves through better
way you write. Come In and friends are glad; to have: Rev. I Jack Russell, $61; Bus 15, L. 6., 1'JflH to P""M". resolution. sanitation and health Im- a clerk-typlbt stationed at where said registration is to be made and mid registration! shall not be
vaintlnv and abandoning "ILld"uhlll the First Logistical Command -
select! your favorite KOTF.K-! Sampson to serve as pastorfor A. Baker of Lake Geneva $175; \I.Ion plat provement programs. I Headquarters in Tan 'accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof ef
BROOK fountain pen. TELE- another Conference year Bus 22 H. F. Cloversettle, tel| William Cannon I
GRAPH. We all will work and pray for $127: Bus 23, Mildred Glisson I |\s/ Eliza. H. OnnnoniJ1 San Nhut. South Viet Nam. such publication.
\ \ 2t 11124 He entered the Army in Jan-
great success in our program (for Long Bridge Baptist Pvt. James O. Leach son
of Mr. and Mrs. James L. uary of 1966 and before being -

Leach completed of Route a slx-veek 1, Starke line-has sent at overseas Fort was Leonard stationed -I If you are engaged! in business under any name

man Southeastern course Signal at the School Army! Wood. Mo other than your own and have not had this name

6 J OFFICE EQUIPMENT I SALE Fort Gordon. Oa Four Homes ,
)1 > V I Pvt Leach was trained to :

wire Install and and field maintain communcatlon open Entered AtHampton properly advertised and registered, we will be t,

wire. He also received instruction -
In laying", lead and LakeFour
.-. rubber-covered cable neighboring houses on glad to give you all necessary Information as to

j "ICONOMY" Side Chair' Hampton Lake were broken
)' Used In church eudltortuncj) Pvt Arnold E. Grlffls. son Into last Friday between 6:30: what you should dOeBRADFORD
4 ',j cafeteria and libraries. of :Mr and Mrs. Joseph M. p. m and midnight::: j'
: Heavy steel, made to
.w Griffis of Lawtey. has com- The complete list of arti-
last a lifetime. Foam rubber
teat and back. Seat lizer pleted an eight-week con- cles stolen is not known because J e
1AK" wide, 15V4" deep. struction machine operator some of the places I
.. No.2640 $23.75 course at Fort Leonard Wood. were summer cottages, whose ,
: 7 s ,, I Carla.a12.-,421.3Scc. Mo He received< training In owners live elsewhere ;,
: f 69C the operation of (trading The Sheriffs office bellev- i,' COUNTY TELEGRAPH
"avCt WHOUTMT COLORS... bulldozers, and learned the that two or three persons '
Available IB Orecn, Brown" techniques of cutting ditches .
ae Tan NaBBj and Cray flnl.... and forming ihalnase systems -

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... Typewriter pedestal wtA ftrator platform' oil> 1 fetter,1 box ribht (to HluO) or left. Specify pr"'n_ Center. 431_$1 96.90 \ P\t. Blllv\ W, McDanlel.
drawer with lock and key. Linoleum covered lops !
son of William ;McDanlel of
Wr* bat e
6014" 3014" Mid Green, Desert Sand, Sahara =
: tfo. 96.90 Starke. recently completed
.. .. 1UIWII ( Gray. "ECONOMY"Arm Chair eight weeks of advanced Infantry -
$UtNPt.OOUF-STAINPROOP TO"..Aha, availobU wM: Colt tax Tap. that alcohol CeslgnedfOlcomfortGIVWI training: at Fort Jackson ,

..a.twlxobs.Nandgar.Hubwa.Add"CT"loe.mba$1S.OOadd1 your office that new look S. C He recelvled specialized -
and itand op after year' Instruction In small I
of wear. Ruggedly con- 1 unit tacti.-s! It
.. SHU SlIDING DOOR CABINET e a, tructed. Heavy gauge and In firing t
.' tfo-mngfna doom to block obi*, Large and .t..r.! Foam rubber teat ouch wenpo'Tas' the :M-14 /
and back.Seat 16V' wide. rifle the :M-60 machlnegun .
reemy. Heavy gouge .,**. .Rye adjuitable torn- I Ipel"
iS15"deep."Naugohyde'Irtneab.76"hl14'6"wddel,19W and the :S-Inrh rocket I
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Na7d36>,99.7' ke m, upholstery. Won't scuff or l launcher.'
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.. Olive a,.... s drawer for 3x5 or 4"6
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: i .r Cole CrajhBOOKCASJ adjustable| itorage co.portm.nb *.
under lock and M
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Kick-Off The 1966 Christmas
I I Lock pUit an cuter door ,.;
-. for many! uses Keep supplies, catalog under lock and key.
.. I end printed matter neat and orderly. 3014"\ w, Vide, 32" high, 17"i deep r '
37%" h, 17" d. four adjustable compartments. .... 1370$63.30 : Shopping Season by Joining
: (Shelf.1%.. 30U"X 16"?). _.....No. 349S $39.5O
: A*ebote but 2$".b.,2 eaupertmeata-Na 203 $ ...10 Win plunge lock.hot.bob el .dVwMMuXe. 117CM.$71.0O I r in the Biggest Selling Event

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;.:. Shelve are adjustable on 2" center. can son of Mrs. Betty L. Witt of
be raised or lowered, or more. *.helveeaddad. Brooker has been selected for

Gray. .The Easily"fouMray auembled.reinforcement"OfrVe Oreen gtvet or technical training at Amarillo SHOPPER WILL BE MAILED GUT WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30
T AFB. Texas as a U. S.
: them greater .Iren th. The open Mmlvlng'
units Include 'tot Air Force aircraft mainten-
four .teel gusie) plate
... extra rigidity. ance specialist During the past few months we have INCREASED the mailing of the Shop

ll.... (SHUVINO' show at UNITS right)-aosoA e-to CHI mil ..ItX uate Airman of Florida Gainey Air is Academyat a grad per to 4,000 homes, PLUS the 3,450 regular Telegraph subscribers _oM Givingyou

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Leading Region 1 1 means we will shaConference
: with
crown ,

\ -I SPORTS I ilt. I bad don't luckbutIt wish Live would Oak !

..re to own both the Relrlo ,
25-14 Park T .ind the Star Conference \ -
Orange Victory ...
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iic-" Ides\ beln : .1. M l -I- M.i.u. li.yehologv' Would Tlif Aubuuidale: founds

lent! t.iotball.' ) player !ilt.i< I u tit HI fofi.e.I ( iney' would do It"II will be the toughest team Blt"R. :
Puts Red In d has faced In ,
Big PlayoffsBy iiutstnn.hnK: student ,1 t h well pui ,I )se ? Anyway the yeats Possibly as far back: as
!r lend colleges! hi. expressed ricer caught: fire and finally lit
Oalneh! .1IIe Iliph School ,
interest in Jim
an beat utiregarded Perry
19C3 The Hounds are. big I
and feel that he Is detinltely 14-t) after the above menHoneI I
Jim TempleStarkers PnultcLcot.: :!,. who plays i ollt' e material. !iimounepmi>nt. Oh and quick and have an abundance -
talent In their back-
the flankerback on Biz Red's I Oak gridiron with Lake City It was noted by Mike! Sexton vi.s.: the announcer correctedthe j
whirling: Torna- field plus the line. Theyhave :
does pro-type offense, did an outstanding '1 battling; it out for second 1 offensive line conch error lUst before the all
breezed by nelshboung! run rough-shod over
: Job as a ball carrier place in the loop. A win bLake that "Jim is one of our better (;amex )is ovei.
Orange Pal k 25-14 last Friday their opponents during the
in the fray He carried 4 City will give them a 3- blockers and we can depend It \IIHI''U: { I
BUS stadium with the of
night at exception
times> for a trial of 32 yards 1-0 record 'vhile a win by on him to get the job Aft r the ',lime last week }
and headed straight towarda their first ballgame They
giving him 3 healthy 8 :plus the Bulldogs would give thema (cioiip: on/ his assignments." t the 1 III n.\tol'/I/ had an unexpected looks
second consecutive State won that one: 35-28. It
"A" Football yards per carry. / 3-0-1, and leave the TIII'h! A 195 poun.'er. Oodw.-n has r 1 Islt[ur in their drcs.tI Tornadoes
Class Champ- like the Fivhtlng!
Billy Beloie. sophomore defensive a 220. Lake City Is favoredto -'.irted! the l.iltlal paper work room it was Carl Duncan -
l Ipnshlp. I I I have their work cut out
specialist came up win. tot of ,], He" .id Raider Coach He
an appointment l to one
,4 The one-sided win save them. Today I rate the Tor-
I with another fine Interception I 1'told the Tornadoes, You 1
This111 be Live Oak's best the :Mllitaiy Academies It '
the for favorite
,, t}>e Tornado! crown nades a touchdown :
',Region I of the State play- I against the Orange Park ( season since the conferencewas : would bp i real credit to :' bovs !hnn fine football o\er the Hounds. Why? We
m<>n. The interception set up formed four BHS team the best have fac'l:!
4tt stystem. Stark; also won''' years ago. 'l. to Imsuh an out- we are the Chumps and Champsare
the covetrj' crown In 1965 the 2nd: Tornado TD by Palatka won the first year -tandiii"! VOIIIIK man as Jim this! year. NI want you to hard to beat!

'fnd went on to capture the )I Shannon. It came when 1 championship, Lake City tin aYt: ), representing! our school at'' know that we will be pullingfor
) quarterback Charles Hud- I 1 second and St.trke: has now one of the ArudrmiesTORNADO, von agati.st: Auburndale.|
State crown by walloping II gins tried to hit his end David become the first i We want the State Champ-
auchula 39-7 in the State a team ti> I ) 1
nals. :! Thomas on a lour pass : I i wear the crown twice, a* Godwin Named ion.s to be fn.in our part ofj: I i
I down the left side of the I, '
Big Red. playlns: unlnsplr- ( Sn they won the title in liXtt( ; the St lllp: I \
football seemed; content playing field. Belote picked I t :, and have now defended the ANHV :M-.YTON:!
t'4' ),III the pigskin (cut of the air I championship for Top Lineman :
coast to victory in their 7 the second You inlgh; ha\e noticed: yCoo&aM
and to the O-ann.'
( : time.Tul'key.
' al regular season Andy: :Mayti: > straining at

tore Impressive post B record l I" their] 9-0-1.gamend rec- ,, Falk hauled 22:! yard down.line before Shannon: being !Z'tt n M'q l ': schedule: Lakp Day City conferenc at Live Of)f The Week I T I IE I II ''*'' hit' 8'l iii,..t> tn' Friday"01. on nightHn :tipIde'lnes ', ON VACATION .

piytilrt two plays Oak ''
fonlv LAIC
drd for the past three years. conference game I : ,. had a 1e4 iniiirv] not -erinus. -
ttoach David Kurs" has sent later, for Biz ReJ.:! I r) 1 Bishop Kenny at St. Augustine but one Ii' it I nrorls time ,

bis Tornados to t the top of The Orange Park Raiders, : Stake Idle, awaiting Jim Godwin:! senior tackle. In n'eiTl )procerlv{ It sorta

tfi(> Class A U"t In Florida by | evidently' ( ir.J; for thu same A I State Playoffs. Palatka'.si was selected as Area Playerof \minded miof, the, Lake,

faiding them[ to :28? victories.\\, name on strong In the second 4 w i y7 .rAs i schedule Is concluded. the Yeah; by the O.ilnes- S City game lust: var and )I I

| loss ani"" tits over that I half. Thev felted on the running i I Standings:! (conference gamesl vllle Sun for! his outstanding .. I Butch Ret1-IIT.' who could i
fabulous period. of fullback Stan Forbes, '| : Stake 3-0-1: Lake' performince against/ the Or- ,:. not play In that! ame.; Andy ;
J the passing of Charles Hud- \ Ills the. hall.. soiirlnjf, high, Tornado. I'anl :Mcl.i-oil Ctv.! 2-1-0 ume P>rk I
.BICtEOn; AM> JOYXKK( /( ttemptsit : Live Oak, 2-0-14 I \ Ru'ders last Fri B7 lie., Temple leted:! I t'tst', lise: Butch did last 9 .
The passing:: arm of Wayne I em, and:! the pass catching I HUSH Intl'r. "Itlnn, ii..slist<>.il. Ivv: Kiimlv. Ju' \rw, ifnrrirriiiiiul' !: !) I Palatkl, 1-30. St. Augustine day night. vear. He ran tin and: down .si

SffrLeod!) who redeemed himself I ability of halfback( Gary AI- I 0-4-0. Jim has lJt.tl( : an excellent the sideline -ho'ithi'' rneouraaemmt \ i

after a toor: Lake City .ers in putting! 14 points! on I Paul Mcl-eol 'Htin,- '1 'uI 11..1'. i Standings (all !games- : competitor throughout the The Tornadoes wet e not as"ivirp to hi' fellow team:

fort, and the ram-rod the Scoreboard. during the does ate up the yardage to BulldogTigerTilt I Staike. o-0-l Lake City B-l- season and Ins made opponents aiiainst: the Oiangc members the chili tanllname.ri.KN.V .
bling of Randy:! ,'oyner I'f-I: half.FORBES the goal( .. IIIKJ: I 0: Live O.ik. 7-1-1 : Palatka suffer" when they tried! to Park RaUc. a.s they have : CJVANN

the victors! :as they arabbed ; ; TOUGHForbes Decides 4-8-3; St. Augustine, 081. /pain yardage over his tackle been III othei! names this sl'aI I' Pl"nn Onrii: r. has been out!
130 pound:! Raider: Middle: alII I d Ants;: May- I
19-0 halftime lend and than position. Toay Griffith, defensive .son.< Ouo possible! reason: of the List three ball "1m"s1,

held on for a 35-14: triumph. for fullback.65 yards!bulldo/M against: ; : the his Tornado way ton; did cont.eM.not .-" action In his: in placeon theRaider ( Loop RunnerupAll I I TEE TO GREEN i jI roach( for the Tornadoes : could be the natural letdown because of a broken( finger ..... DC ..

McLeod threw 5 passes and:! I I I siii."This:) is Jim's elite[ the; ciuciul Lake He Is usnallv! in the earns on
defense: Robbie
completed a'l of them for a defense. He was probably wa: < Tournament results for!, third year of varsity (comp"-! City game kick-offs. You "f'n"mllsee You should vntaM you pr1ItIot ant
) the best;; running fullback Smith a sophomore! playful j t vims 'in the :Florida Sunday I ; securities .
total of 60 vard-i an1 two I in his ': proved the team of II | tltlon. The teams that 1 he has | If local tan wore concern1cj I him oak In e t the t taekl.1 01'I'l'al tinge M bends
to f'thp( Tornadoe* first \'al'srtycontest Star! Conference were active Ben : Insurance paptrt, tu r a
touchdowns :Midway through| I I Moxley and Vernon Silj played a alnt know that lu- about Bi'4 Heel they will be close to the ball e.vrlei"'
'' ... '
iurliv the season and proved i as .. regular.: : ChnrltM1 last! Friday with the only j! from and theft
the 2nd pc.iod ht> hit DivH'' ; I cox the'k tars with a low will strlkf them a firm I intereste.1 that for three when he Is downed. Plen don't know ibout tile Hercules
t-o he a hard customer tobrliu Smith, a sno pound !sophomore battle In (ho family circle re-1!
Shannon on H 3 yarder good net of 73 Piscina! second was blow TIp )phrase used: by I quarters the Lake City should be ready for the( AI.1burn'ale '. Model IX ulv-dnlgntd tar horn or
slaved most of the, I .siiUliv the Palutka Braves
j ifor the score His final TD'toss down. in I I the team of Fred Glenn and Griffith Indicates good defensive Tigers were held scoreless byPerry. fro'' private office. 1\\'. only 2DVt*'
However it was Gary Alvrrc uame at Rorule" Tomllnson's Iduinhe' 1 St. Augustine I I L. F. tlgh woixtu 125 pounds end )II
I '
:Monk I Dlnklns. contact and Jim certainly not rated .
came at the climax of a Pen'yas as COVVF.IHcr.: { : l'Itn1'VThe
a 145 poi'tvl' speedster fonsive I tackle spotvh"n Yellow J.iriccls 7-6. oettlfled by Undwwrittn' Lab
60 yard drive In thp 3rdquarter I I In the ladles division of hat displayed: this talent a t threat for the Tigers.< It is I i Flori'l.i Star C"nfer-
ntcrttt. W. invite to
Ronnie Mend
who postej! ) both Haidertouchdowns. was In jo red. Other loop t-nms won withnoiilrnuue you drop
when he spotted Lar-1 I I foes Live Oak)I tournament, the players throughout his career asa reported by persons present, PIICP Ci r''n\\ i-. rill, "-l. between uk about It ids ,
).ry Brown in the open and hit I ( AJvcrs scored .'fount., I as with[' competed Oil an Individual Ton in dc>. at the name, that the Luke': / LI'e Oak' and th" TornAdoes -
hIm for his touchdown on a 4th down ain ""j kept their good record | basis due to an odd! numberof Coach Nurse .address nnnoun- ,, ,,.'
a 13 yard TD effort.Rambling and 2 situation when Hud- e'I Mf' I ll\\ |1X I : J fl.I I.illMllillftC a 20-7 win c\er Fernandlna; was equally I City public live| Oak pt < Lake Bradford
Randv Joyner. I: t II 7'fiHsinK contestants. Genie McRae complimentary !In his remarks -j cer told the spectators that City Thanksgiving: night If CountyTELEGRAPH
sins hit him for ll "' I Lake City; defeated Perry 14-
an -yardr
I having! his beet night of thenI i 4-In.111'." II I :2i was low with 73, and Bernice aboi't Godwin. He I Oianae Park had beaten I II ', the BiilMoir. can 'ret nest the
M I IMH 0: and! Stake earned a berth
for tha carriedthe :
good TD.
I season, pow-red his! way ford %', 115 yards t.i 19 carries.! He I last Raider score across> 1',1., Cnlni'il'.... 1'\1..n, : 711 1 I playoffs with a The two other prizes were of headlines Lut he has been', time when I the Tigers/: neededa ,,.8I'R"1I1 with! "iiimP. 1"O"\-) \
'I''n't.' 'i'llll 7wr '" 25-14 win ove Orange Park.
the goal line in
the 4th
broke the scnrln! ice with quu4- I'll Mr.r Al li-inl, ,."t. ,rl "' I. St. Aut'.ustlne I| (given for ,Lots nearest the one/ of the main stays In our lift Was :it t really an ,eroi: "".,1' .1 I.11 1 nl'' R'' rl That>
5:29 left ter on an 11 yard sw"eo 1'I< ',11I,1, l I I.1'' : \ dropped to!' flag on No. r for men andoml'n I
: in the 1st
quarter ti'-oiiti'l his own left en'. I 4n, I 1"1'" ).u' 'p 11| I I II''nnl the bottom of the' rrlllft'lence' 1
with a 4'l yHrri TD burst off- I ,'.I...s I I'I with a loss to Pal tlka. I \\ These two !sharprhonter !,
somefiin no one else had ..... : I
tackle. He tbiowd:; his down- : ''Illgbk, M .I. i 1 1\ \ wtleVhlllie Oienn!
The big Tianks'Jl.lii! Duv
done thisenr "I.unt., ::1"
field blocking perfectly for I "font,' ing \\g : : ". game so far! as the Florida I and Hal Seymour.The C
M.irll: Sandrson, who .. day was climaxed with BALDWIN CHEVROLET STARKE
the first 10 yards ani then rorIn "I' -nnhz..1( ..l I I" Star Conference H r
caught the 1Ime/ -'" Inning mix f urn i: ,, concerned a covered dish dinner IOI'club
broke Into the on and shot TD pass a-;r.n"t! lake City Nlnrk.I, I II 1 dI ., h 7 I will be p r '(f.'ed on the Lives'he I I
..,. members and their fam
to the out.q.cIfor: the score. I"q" "ng. i I I. n II r 7 I II I \
last week, had an off night In flies :
He I
ripped throuoh aoarholes\ :
)I the extra point deosrtment.Mall' The Starve! Pro-Am teamof
blithe Oraii".e Pal kiln for
jaunts of 9 or, 10 yards !!on 7 | ( mad the first PAT going Bill Epps. Bob McRae.
and muffed the remaining Charles Sawyer !and myself
of his 1 19 rarrlixi I
thi-pc. He i U also the kickoff:: {placed thud h' the Keystone
SHANNON\ ("fUS{ : TWO sn rlnll.t and had q "ocrtnlulit ] gets easy in tournament last Friday with l PJ 111IERS

'Speedstci. David:! l Sjhunnon' in that rn1>?!?or.v with 4 a low net of 50.

racked up uvc of Bin Red'sTD's. kicks nver.igln 43 yards The pro shop will be closed

One cs.me In the closing earl) Wayne Sweat.; Raider genuine pigskin from 11:30: n. m. to 1 p. m.

moment ol the 1st quarter PAT kicker, made both of his on Thanksgiving' Diy.

on an 18 yard run to the attempts. The ladies who traveled to

outside! for payrUrt:! The 2nd rU.VBI.K: OX 1 ,'n. I INFA I Dunnellon last Wednesdayi

core for D tvid, during/:! the determined 4th quarter i all returned as winners aeI --

,2nd period vas on a 3 yard'' drive by BU Red died on the I I tie McRae won low gross In SAVE HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON

pass reception from quarterback 1 yard:! line '\'henVavne Mc-( s class A, Winnie Glenn won

I Wayne McLeod. David:! Lend fumblol the snap from 0 l] low net in class B, and Virginia -
tarried the ball! 7 times in renter The drive began at Shannon won a prlz THESE DEMONSTRATORS

: the game niHained i 38 the R'.f'rj': yard: lln-- and for her skill !in putting.

Lards for his efforts. featured thf !Lard running of

It hull This little pigskin went to market... In style! Its a Coph.psupded Roping Club '66 IMPALA 2-DR. '66 Impala Sp. Cpe. '66 IMPALA 4-DR.

w I. Authentic RAND casual cuzntvrt genuine. pig ox/uril, smartly styled for dre -u.. Winners Named

I If. '1'., Full Power .MaroonVilh Full Power And Air Conil. Yellow Sports Sedan Full Power and
Air (rond. While With Black
2 Long Wing BROGUES Results of Roping: Club IJIack: !Interior ,\ir C md. With Black Interior: Interior. .

competition at the Fairgrounds -

I Run-'IIY afternoon. ? ? 7'17 ,
Nov. 20:

I i STYLED FOR 1,1 U.irrd Rare: O 0 .
4J$ ,II %'j)4) ; rlJf Up to I 12:! r-..ate,: Jessie" Ray

Raines, 1st l : gairlv Morgan\ :
i v v&$ CAMPUSACTION II tl 2nd- Paul Pi own. 3rd.
: -- These Demonstrators Have Been Thoroughly Reconditioned
I 13 to 19: Ernie Trlest. 1st

( .. :, iii Tommy Smith, 2nd: E11UOrlffls. !
And Like New In The Fantastic.
J 3rd. Appearance. Savings,

:f 20 or o.erBobby Par'tlsh,.
j 41 %
\ ; +
r rl I 1st: J. E. Johns 2n1: mil
==,;E !; _.... '
/ ....-1 ...... Ir4 A+'G Forsyth 3rd.Musical 1.
: OK.Irs

i Up to U: year: Jimmy I OK USED CAR SPECIAL PRICED *
Brown 1st. Randy Jnyner.
2nd: Keith Carter. 3rd.\ 13 t.I I

I' 19: Ralph East Morgan."r.: 2nd:1st Tommy: Ellzabth 65 IMPALA 4-DR. '65 FORD L. T. D. '64 CHEV. IMPALA .

j Smith. 3rd. 20( or O'f'Van\ :
Prescott, 1st: Mark Adkins, 2 Door Hardtop. Full/ Power. I-Door) Hardtop. 1'u/\Steering!

I 2nd ; Jim Easter 3rd. Jlardlop, Full Power Air undo Air Cond., One Owner, bike And Brakeuto.. Trans., Com-

Trxa Barrels SPECIAL PRICE>; .New. fortilt Hteerin .
13 to 19: Tommy Smith
1st: Earn!? Trlest 2nd: Ellis!!

OrlffK 1st.20 Edward or 3rd.over) : J.Aflklns.E. ,John 2nd: I I II I $$1895 $2195 $$1895

RAND Van Prescott. 3rd.

l II'' Hope High For ,


: Game

:'II::1 This little pigskin stayed! home.. and relaxed! It's a Gopher Play-off 1965 V2 TON CHEV. PICK-UP 1948 FORD TRACTOR

Take a long look at the superb nun sire : funded genuine pig ca.luatoo./ .. but, it features leisurely! I

.1 styling of this long brogue. Take i lip-on styling. I Continued From Pate One) i
wing tip Short Wheel 1 Ha- e. Fleet Side.VH Fulir I 1 It r elk e v, Heater. Air
doser look :at the meticulous perf detailing 'III'IIIa Both Gopher pigskin casuals are leather guard! treated for fans officials! :old: players: i, Kngine.) Sid.\( Trans.. Hauio, IfurncI01n..t New Tires. New
1'1'1'1'IIn pot and water resistance and they're comfort constructed, would like ,,' have the game $$1795 $795
rich. luxurious leathers Drogues are big' I with steel shanks and cushion crepe soles and lieela. The. here, the d-e..slon Is in complete 1 Healer. IK.UHUdual .Miles- Paint This i Trat-tor Is Heady
Stands, Knee Deep) In UuMter. To Do Job For You.
on campus tin season, take a lift (from ui.fii IIIII going gets easy in Gophers. get yours today! I control of the A-wocU- ( Any
tlon. As things look now. Clean As New.
::8Jze'l: to 12 -- Width I 1) 15 )!' Si/vs: f ''i tu l 12 Width:,. I IJ.& I EStump's :ti: l0.HJ! Starke may have the edge on

'I a favorable recommendationthis

,(fj Department Store other squared SaturdayThe last two off year Class aialnst in a A playoff pcwei each I' BALDWIN CHEVROLET, !Inc. fit

', game, end:! Bin Red was vici U.S.l01: NORTH}, STAHKE. FLORIDA, PIIOXK: >I ti.iooft; :

|i i tortous 14-T.

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TlleR n.\V, NOV. 21. inn

.. "I anil.,I llni'i'. ,ifiilhH (,11':1)I!) :I) f.'< ItO fiM-i I iii. thf Nirlhi.iHli, ) I iinniT ,, I.>. \\ It. ,lOli,.".II I''<'1.1 k In I III' I'liTk .I' II..' I'lrriilt t'iMiri, ,
trul, t'i fltIIt'ti.IH.' t i ixttt t > Kliillilil' !111.1.! : liultiK >SuitlunHrttiCI'.i. > I
Adjustment Payments For dal and Mis. Omle Orlffis .. HII Iron. If'HI' (.' inn tluiuIn .,. of Mulct' lilmk ; 'run' tlit-nt vIn frcnut' .. til' thr N tlliv i>f l r l1rll.II'III'1t.unty.: FUirlilit.,
( net* of plrtrm' und MpvulflriittrtHH Klnrldn StiitllUB. will : ,: : ; : I :: : ,, : : ; 1..1
were business visitor In for ench 1 projei \ 4'frlntpi' with the 'I.rk l of the tt :Northerly o+ 'itin-i'Ii.ll.. IIiliatuitiee a Hutilhcrtv illr1 i iiiinT moilWltncMH I. (J'IROI'IT (COl'UT 8KAU)
I of Inn huiKlii', long tilt Jiusterly, boundiiryi hanil. nml, \ >nlif I I 'rhiTiui. A. Yiiwn. Jr.Itrailfnril .
after- will.I l tIC forwarded ex lilY '
Gainesville Tuesday Iri'iilt ( ( IIrt" in unit fop Hriul'orit -
Diverted Crops to be Higher In 67 lIre HM collect tlenwrul '' ('. I 1>lorld.... re- ntnt'ty-thrt'4 anil vlirlit.vtlirvi .Hiilil. llli>i-k. a .UNI., ... t thlH I ',IIll't, .ut Stiirki'' Hiiut- I S iNninlv CiMirtlmtiHOMtnrkc. '
.unly. iipiin Jil.lNIfi'et : :IJ I hnniti'iMl' t'ltrlity-Mi'V 11" .
noon. t'ontrsu'torM nro re Fl.irUla.it
elpt of proof of iHitillrutlon uluirt Iron sink, SIPS. III "nil rlr''...." hunilrcilthH, I I UH;.. .fur. Phi i.iilrr..
I Ralph Odom OIl to "return .the '|UIIMand ID an) III', :NilMMIlllfl'" I 111111.I <1. \I tllrii" >
Mr. andf"s.: I .ri li'tllloti I ,, ,
nuttfi the t *
I KaMtorty: proloni, t ii lii <.r "Ii I 331;;) fi'"'t to point nf lii'KlxINK.
Admstmen' payment late pni tli'iilnr cr"p. and children spent FrlJay:! upeoificutlmia. bllltLll > "anil. *., to-nlt': Northerly liiiitnitai,, ,,,v if ",,I' "I I t'hiii'liH. A. J>nrl>y. II tl-2T
ItS Mlt lt IIH |H MHhtafter | <
P1 tar (' 'OPI- diveitiM under( the Tie: choiman!: also sal:! I night and .3''t IIJ'dtII, ; with Mr. receipt nT i,ldM I .\ itTl.l V N.M.KH. ilnalerniulahi lilork, : ,run t thiMn >' I InWiHtirlv "I' p"hlil' 1111,1 ii.iii' tn. I Hi.. I.lgii.eI. '
Architect .rch' It IM III iHlMliioHM. its tin. ,illn-i I" I Hun. iilmiK. In" ",I III-HI, l.iiMi... '> r..i' ,' i nib in I Hi.. I I.IHI
1967 Cioplfmd! A: .tustmenlProsrim t that oth 'r cropland on e I' and Mrs. GI.ICI Shadd In refund.Jl. ," H I'Mfill I I'llv nf .Slitl'Ki'. l''l.l-lihl., iifiiiinilil' liaa: ,any' |irinnuiilion | 1"1:., ,il.u.. .,' ..r i I ill... llriiiirmil" I I'l.im. I| I
hi\c: been announ- firm to be Included In a CAP JacksonvilleMr. Siili-Conlnn' M, Vendor That.; II..' |inrt\, \ I luliT.'Ml.-il. In a illHtuiuior, ,, "5 i-nt> -"in, 'y (''Ii,"I'l 1 h'MiMi', ..r) StiirUi'. Klurlil.i,,,, i FREIGHT SALVAGE
ced by Lea tin Morgan. Jr. agreement will: be eligible for andU': *. Rudolph *. 1't': : ..,- 1)11".111111! liii ill tltlHlllfMII. cit I.'.1|>rlMe, I.. UN Hint nlni. l.InIr.l11. '.. IIH I iJI I O1! ) I I'iiiinK, ,,!: ,ili..' li'ital" ItoiiiN. ..t Hah' I I IES'BURANCE
.I'.tlt.| a t Inn* to. miii-run- roiifiwH.. :
chairman ot the Agricultural adjustment payment rates Stokes of Luke Butler were .trIt.tIts. VtnI.V. It.... III-1)A1! 11 MANt'KACTt'ft( :< BRAND NEW

Stabilization] and Conservation varying from $4.20 to $8 an Friday evenms /guests of Mr. I lie, deptMtlt ulll the SIMIxdliirw > 1NI:< d II'i:+i\'. I.VI". ., .u 0'-1- MACHINE
<9 County Committee.; ;i acre depending! on the pro- and Mrs. E I:'1 D">l>bs. let.* tH ,X c. If the |>liilMand porat 11H7 Ct 18/1IV NO RAFFLE NOTICES

Opening of the sign-up ductl.lt.v of the cropland. :Mr. an.11""- Maxie Wilkinson -' HpectflrHthmi nr.tIlIlW.I .* >I' scratched has original
Sliirhtly : guarantees.
In irood conUitlunwllliln ,
txricd Ins been set for Dee- Agreements cover from five annuunce! th > mar- fl\r, (A) clayn ufte i> 'I''''-: ( iiiciir cot II'"' III1'II PLEASE !
:Makes: buttonholes, sews on buttons, fancy de-
'HI'I.\I t
I': l'l4.: ".I'U
ember 1.Pavment. to ten,01'1'; rlaee of thvir diughter Jo- rfcelpt, of MdM, the 1"-
S lund ulll LIe Thirty I>". iiiK'iir or KI.OIIIIIt' I i\ H lates will be related \VheH.'Ice.. and barley Ann to n'lr1llph Stokes of hirH, to the value of acreage will qualify: as non- Brooker Ilie.- were married I' I 11t'm..1I> 'check Mhul. I I I bHindi 'H. l\ ( II I \Kilt. In spite of repeated notices that we can deliver no obliaration' CALL JACKSONVILLE -
crops .. ... I imv N". ":ll-IIIH
Wednesday | .yuhl" tn II. \it I not publish such material The Telegraph WAREHOUSE COLLECT 33.1-1916;
in -
previously Brown: and:! the allotment c-opland 1967. in Folksl.t.: G.v last ..liltei'I -t. MONTH K: KOHKCI.OS1, III:
)productivity of nprcases :Morgan: said. These crops 11111 I are at home to
placed In tnt CAP program ha.1: indlvldu rates under thel'frlen i jII' Allen's Trailer I or nle. pntced HheetH of Mpttt'll for I u'I Icatloiumay Plaintiff.V I.. I i the sale' of chances on various!' object:

Morgan. sud Rates for 1 1967! the 1966 program. Pirk i l'i Lake Butler. i he $iiurchiiMeH' rr.." WIl.MAM I !1.1.:. OWHN: unit hiwife. I- by clubs, organizations, and individuals.In .
Additional information on :Mrs SnAlford and'' I tlit, Arrhltt'rt t IIH. fitllovv "l'lAltA M. ow 1'1..r..n18. ;:-;.
have been increased:I over .
(tno refunds) 4
1966 for all eligible commodities the 1967 CAP will be released family of fie! Stare farm vls- Urawlnirti" --- $1\(10,( ) |>ettiheet >"IM'K OK .H \l.r..: the eyes of the Post Office department,

cotton prior to the opening; sign-up Red! relatn In Georgia: the phixc'. :\ tax., Notloo .Iii hi-reby.. given that such !sale' of tickets constitutes a lottery
except 1).c1rh..II"t'H' '- '.I.. pal i'aia n t to a nit I In utili-t'' t ,mcoiiluniM. \-
The adjustment paymentper date.vv.vvvvvyvvvvvvvvvv. weekend per' 1 PIIK**. pliiM. ::1% 'tax ". with th. final d lfi"r,," IIIrrluauie and as such cannot be !sent' through the U.
Mrs. Warren Bloodworth :Note. All nfti| "Miti for plnnn .and ( entered, In thin rniiMon i'' *- does BRADFORD PECANS
bushel lor will be 57 Novcinhcr. 1 I'lHU' S. mails. Calling the sale a "donation"
corn Mrs. "1"'('if lea 11 f...... Hepu rat.iIP.111 t tho I IK day of ,
cents as compared with 46 in- sl.sii-r.( ThelrmBrnnnon $) of ,ilriiwtnK orpit thti undfi'HlKnf/ an. ('litrk. olxaIii ., not change the meaning in the eyes: of Postal : -
of Lake City visited 'Ken lIt Hpeol. It .II. t Ion i. Court. ulll I Hell ,tiif,. followimt
cents In lOtiii! The new flup- elnlives :rind friends here nil nil lie ,u Hide,, t Ih"h, I the Inl& lieN'rahld.l' real pr"I'' I Iy Nit authorities.We See Them
cured tobacco:' rate is 15! centsa RAIFORD .office nf t thv' Architect.Kach C I In Hrailfuril, ("'ounly, I I Plort-' Shelled at the StarkeFarmer's
Friday and! attended the fun I hid Hhiill, I I I... acromimrited Still .,,-wll'11 are that we cannot comply with
pound. a* compared with sorry
Al I of Lot 4 I In Krni'ilonil
eral of J D. Scott. I by a canh ler'"
the 1966 rate of 12 cents Earl hi-ck" or htd. bond' In thi HI....k 31 of l'f<'k'. Addition, requests to print notices of such sale of Market
By :Mr'*. Dobbl :Mr and :M-s. James M. amount of .".% of the l hhl tfi the Town ol stiirkv aifiirdlnK "
The incM"o-ed rates refle.tthe ( Phone 496260tIAAAAAAA&AAAAAA&AAAAi Addison had weekend nyabU, : > (III the Hoard oi to, the. pint thiiuolri'iii'di'd tickets and subsequent "drawings. If we
impio\ed commodity as Public I I Instruction I oUradford \ In orlKlnal i I ChIll do, however, we run the risk of having that 1 To9Lbs.
iruests from Ga. Edward rcionlof $1.25 Lb.
Camlla. : I : ('""nIY.I Florida Huok patcu 40. pulilli -
supply demand situation !I an-1 Fr.ipj Addison and UN evident, .* tf K'."d fultl I Liradforcl, I I'ounty, t'll.i'illU, '' issue of The Telegraph barred from the
which his suited in better and, toKfthi-r' with I i
I Our deept: sympathy; to iruurnnteelnir. that the mails.
Alonzo: Kittler. .. .. ... Julian. Sttm-t I ly.1 I
i .Ht..1 hldttir will execiite A portion of
farm pl..S.. the chairman Mrs. Lawtey Crews on the ht-tween Hlnck :'II and '!1.lIt 1-
und r""III..h" tu tin Inll' 10 To 20 Lbs.
Mr lb.
said. A .1us'n1f'nt' payment death of her aunt Mrs Rosa Mrs. Monroe Kit- Hoard, of 1'iiblic I Inntrni, IVcIt Adilltlon to, 1 HllirUiin ( We would appreciate it if all clubs other $1.20
tier had as Ruests SundayMr. l ,f > ritlnK' ti> iilut rfcoiil, d Iitirlvlnal
iatesare calculated to t tllln < BI'uUor" C'oii n t VKloitdi i i
replace Lee Hunter cf :\lacclenny.OUI' organization, and individuals: would understand -
Plat Honk 1'iiicc tfl.
: and :Mrs. R. A. Carlton a bond )HHtlIMI| by \
about 40 per cent of ,, heartfelt sympathy to the Surety: Com!puny lielN4I .Of thf public. t Ic<'olllH l OHinil out position in this mutter and would

the value of diverted croos. the J. D. Scott family and and Carlton Mr. and and. family Mrs Robert of Hell-O. e III und do. llHted I m"H)ne by MM the I InKl'irld.i more. ford 1 partlrulnrly) .CiMintv and ilem'ilbin, 'ln-lim, cease: to submit such: items for publication. 20 To 40 Lbs. $1.15 !lb.b.40TolOOLbs.

The CAP annual adjustment his sister Mrs. Eva Markham. I bronn 1',11.,I S I tut"CM TreimuryI UM fllllOWH
Sprlnes.Mr. (*i nuneni* at' th.>- !Houthi QMIIIv "
tpartrnpiit I HM ncccptHhlefor l
payment rate per acre All were fOI mer Ralford resl- ,
I anj: Mrs. Freddie Cox I 'DOS) 'of th** d.11511111 Corner" of ufor.-.nalil Kli'fl' < BRADFORD COUNTY
for these crops: will vary from dents. I price I ultliiri; ten (10)I duyufur : I ;.11 I I anil run tlirnn' In 0""11 "KUMIprlv : $$1.lOlb.
farm to farm based on the Mr. and Mrs Gerald Grif- attended the dedication of i I beintr awurded th." I dlrprtlon. along un IO.IMIerly : .
the education building of con I 11'1"1. 1<.tit) bond 1 fcuaraitteeliifr prolonirutlon of tinHoutherly TELEGRAPH
yield of each crop established fis and clil5ien.]:! and grandmother t.1... perforiiiunci' boiimlaiv', of 4. i
on the farm. Morgan Mis.\. Mary Freeman Trinity Baptist Church In pa>nient of said, bond tbe < Block, u dl-tunce of nineteen i I 1-

1 Jacksonville Sunday after- 1 paid by the t'ontrattor __ __ _
pointed out. The farm yield were business visitors in noon. No blddei( rimy x% tlhdrnwhl m m _

per acre multiplied by the Gainesville turday. ,.. bid for u period o
:Mr. and:! T'rg. recll thirty I it': ')) ,diivH iifter th*.
unit raufor the will : and Mrs Fluffin Giif- Crawford -
per Mr. .
crop :
dal. Het I till, opening I there, i 'lAY _; ,
result In the farm's pei'- fb had ns Sunday guests Mr Jr. and children of HellI ? .

and Mrs. :Marvin: Tucker and i bronn Springs.: visited Mr. 0TIllS "contractor, I will I)I he refiulrtit _. ,"'.. .. \. .:-"' :-----"" ;<
rate for <
acre payment any to "complete, .mild '1. "
: baby and :Mr. and Mrs. R J. and Mrs. Michael Dobbs project wit un I the II ni. ,.:.' .. '
Orlffis! of Jacksonville I Thursdiy evnlnn and Mr. Het I forth. In hit. Md Q I', ''''0:'>1"J

: !Mr.\ and:! Mib! :Mallie Griffis Crawford aliened;! the ball The iinv Bijn,will.eHHfiil.he I bidder'notified, I, [ !QN.q RIS.UlTS

had as BIK--U Sunday :MriiTl I came with t.f.:.' m in Lake But- within (I". (u.) dnvH aft'. < f;
I ler. t II.. bid. I IM I t.l'"1 lt..I. 'rh >
Mrs. Ace Richardson of __ .
H'.i.*"nl" .of Public I I I In'I,tru.
rvvt Jacksonville: and Re.'. and 111 n nf Urmlford, ('mint I

:Mrs J. D. Williams of Gl"nSt ,(J'IU'.1 Florida. r"H er\'*.. the
No tin-" \I. h rchv. Klvi ,n th-it I rlftht 'in r..J"1" t Ii,rlV, and ni 20 word or lens, one luoertlun. MeinurluN, Keiolutioni, etc.! Kit) play Ads In C'lusfcllleU Stx-tluai
:Marys :.nj Mr and Mrs. \ .iH", .I! liliN, n III l 10.. i-pi-clM.il,) l b' ..hl.. und, tu WIIIfI"
YOUR RECORDS ? lane Ga'-.k'ns:'; of Lawtey iliv H..ii,1,1 ,".r r-ulillc, Jnmruttlonof I tntui, ..innlitleHTIIR I minimum charge) _.. -- ___- H' -. 1.00 Per uoril __ __ ___-_nu__ .03 '1.50 Inch first Uiarrtluu.
Krailionl. -""".1'. Kim, ulii. : BII.\HI( > > (IIF prill.lt1 i IN" ; per -
Klt- nHie tt nut paid In aJvunoe ___..._._. 1.23
:Mr. and :.11'1 s. Monroe | .
I i ffli c .r .UK- Sui| ''rlntnUii'' "'Tfll..rr.-:-; OK IIIttljI. .
: tier visited tr.elr aunt Alice In \ "f T'lilillc. Inst"ru., I II.." nf Itrml ''< 'HI C< >r NT V. 1.1.011 Keyed coded or bUnd mla ('ursi. of Thankn: I'p tu 51)) words
SI.3.1 Inch after Hr..t Inaertiun.
foul IDA per !
County.' I |1' n.) Box 9VI: ,
Gainesville Sunday.; ittni.. .1.... Kliirlilii. III'| t ID 7-t:: I'.M' Tli'' iiui'4 I.. <*iiHev. .1.1r.Stipi (minimum cJivftt) __________ 1.%& (iiUnbniini charge| ) 'l.r.O
Mr. and :Mrs. MlchaM\ ( IWI'I) "n I thf il.iv nf Di'ifinbprfi. rlntMndent.
Dobbs and children accom- I : mini i ; r<'i. Hi.tiiiiKtiiiitiiiii, i>r 11-34 '.t IC.lI Each: additional word over 20.____ .05 Over SO wunls, : per word- .03
I Iliimpinn( Klctiifninry Hi-huo
nanl..d :Mr and Mrs. Hampton, Pl 'ri.laPlrnnlcfi MATTRESS FOR SALE or lease. Large BE SURE TO SEE WORLD
ce'l1\\ Insurance Problems? HASTINGS
I TIIR I ... I
.lu Tito t'OI M'V
iUluh Si-linn'
Crawford: Jr and AT KEDU<:EI) HATESAUTO. ,13 bedroom frame house comer I BOOK before
buying any
111'.1 the ball Ram in Starke ,' in uhlch HimMild, shall 1I I .'0.'" <.t.l\| '. .' ." .U\1\ Call: the Man From I PIKE, BO.XTDOYLE lot. Fenced back yard :new other encyclopedia." )% M. A.
day night. | pi ni-fl nnil riMid, .nlmifl) Anv liliU.Illfl 1'% 1'0111| ... "KEYSTONE"George 710 Lemon St. PaUtka E. CONNER='i='+ 746 S. Westmoreland St. I
r.t"....I .11... .ho. ............, II.". I Ia ... + roof. Payne, your local representative -
Clarence Pobbs of Sander- -fllltl'. -Will nilt I 1)1;: ;-;;';;'iI'i; :;;:;1 1tIII 1 In Humuel.. It.JtILl Ittmenh nt* Ttt.AK'A E. LaRue Furniture Repaired INSURANCE='+ AGENCYuchg='+ or phone 9616864. tfchg I since IBS. *. Box 634.
i'i ICiest ,Ion,.. inul, '.. Upholstered & Refinished
,'in visited his brother Ode 111. 'i 1" i n. HIIIII" ItoHinberic.All :
tlmi t iI'M-unit'iitH' niitv lie i>Mjmln-" \ K'vstone" HelghU Phone 964-6792. Uot1C
Dobbs here Thursday. .d] 'In .Ihv i.rrit.<. .nt I Dun. 1 H. MDIKim. I. -- \ r.p,'ea,aeti.S'l'lI. 1. Consultant For All Your MATTRESSES\ REBUILT ('HIUSnAS GIFTS: Catalog l
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,\.hl..I., 'fit hwy fruiitt : II) I'IIIII'I4)li: 4
:Mr and :Mrs Orin Reddish < > > I'.irk.. rin-rlilii, ant! "R pernona havmtc, cia iu. .,riMuiindu Insurance Needs New Innerspringsand orders taken" at Wholesale on Myers Power ToolsArea

\ vl lted11': atid Mrs. Alvin follow 1 : a"walnut, I the entitle of Box Springs MARY QARTERPAINTS TV's. Toys, ElectrIc 311:1\'l'rs.:
t 1. .. \\'. I Iiiiflfcn CVni'TH. I I Kiimuel' ItttHenberir. n'k/n' sam Kepreaentlnc i
\ I Dobbs in Palatka Sunday. I lion. .l.trkMonvlllf. Floi, 1 Rnaenbertc. dereitH.Ml.. are heebv ? Drop! I I's: A Card or Call Lumps Ciock". Radios ;Monop Headquarters For

1 :Miss Charolett DO )son of \liln. n"lIff'oI I H.nd EllIlllIl'dlI,i '|. If) file Greatmerlcan In.. Co. FALATKA.i 5-9160 oly. Furniture, Toasters Tyoe- Lannmowera Power TuoHMrCulloch

Lake Butler. visited :Mrs[ Qer- :1:. < !nln>'H\ lilt) IMuii, HiHinOniniMX i their claltiiH' In I the office, ofi The Travelers Ins.. Co. MRS. I-EGGV SII.\LLKR: writers.. etc'Anything I : Chain Saw
HH| |1'II1IlII.I
n'':'!ne n-ddi-.Ii and :Miss Ra-1 .! I I')ji\.,ion)I i fl.,,, h ('InnIt & I i I i f I'oiintv he ('olIn, FNirida.I y .Ftidtcf. I In* of I the nrndfordi f*<'unity. Tel.! 473-4592 Day 209 E. Adklns St. from A to Z. You I Pumps & Water System.

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH mona; RanJc: : Sunday: aftci- lot"' I 11.i i \ t t..IIU.. Ii:**II.< Ii 1 Court, I llniiHe at Mlllrk c. Florida.. 473-4325 Niles Slarke.It'ent name It. we will have It. bliopearly Brig!?.. Stratton Cnflno

!'!. % V\l t'lwlll.> .I'l'l.'I"U.\'O' within I I Mix calendar nionlhH from Auto. Fire Home Business'' and compare. Lowest Rentals Sale. Servlo

1 noon.Mrs. i'no< i HI-J>II;>TI the date .of the flrxt """Ur,,- Monthly' Payment Flan Complete Line prices on Quality Gifts in Hr.id- 230 N.:&:. 16th Ava.
: .
Bobby : A ili'ni'riil' I ('iinltni-tnr I *. lion of thin notice, or th6 mme I ofPAINTS
f\ rd
children M qaret Ann. Ran I'n t n itifMt"| II nil re".lpif will I)PC nine, void' lies ,ordlnir to ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS County.If Ol&ln.\"III.. S78-S41I
.i, ?',"' no ili.m I >Mt)t ..f l.-n- the law. built to order. Machine work. ANDSUPPLIES your food bill! l Is t "o high tfcng.

Thin .Vovembei,' 7th 19113.I ONE STOPMASONRY Boat. Motor and Pump repairs. at lenst try to save on ;yo'irChrl.Hmas 1 '
/I' ( leon KoHinlifrirKxcciitor
Gifts. Tho.is :
.of I hip lOHtate I ntSamuel \ SERVICE Brown's Repair Shop Rt. 1. :
.. 064. 801. 4t chg\ 11,21, WANTED Pulpwood and
I Itonenhei:, a k/n Hani Box
363. Starke
IKlngsley For All Purposes saw timber. Contact at
IciIf aen1o.rg! Tteceuupd.Hollia
1qr Ready Mix; air Mixes\: Concrete Lake. _
V KniKhtStnrke. tfchg home. L. H.
i Outlaw phone
like going j Florida' Block; till type Sund; FOR SALE- Complete 2 chair 964-0561 1124"IT'S
you 1 Attorney for !kxeetitorM ; Prtx-axt. Un t.llI. Everything VINYL Barber Shop. furniture. frlgld- 4tchg.
this t. '10 4t 12'1' neceiKiiry for concrete ma- ALL, TYPKS of lawn mowers tires stoves. heaters cypress!

first class, you'lilike y- nonry coniitnictlon. and saws, machine sharpened. Upholstering fence posts fire wood boats. NEVER TOO LATE TO

%no; or i vn, :"'rioN 'I"1I1'I''t We will" meet any prices on -Calvin Johns, 332 N. Water.Ph. used 1 clothing hundreds of other LKARN.: Register now. Adult
TravelerCLASSIC0 ,
: : : 'U"I'I'I'IOI"I
SMITH-CORONA Material Education clashes
984-1141. Elementary
all material within Hnul- tfrhg
NIt *' IN hei. ehy II'lv..n' thai' bargains out at the. Old
I the under!vned. purmiiint I. Iurdmanty AND='+ STILL and Secondary. Phone 984-2701
II TrndinR: ,! 1'Ht) 2 I I2 miles north
.. t hi *!.'i(<,'11t? hm' Name Statute., MAINTAIN: : : QUALITY. Values To $10.00 !: ; day: 964-3071 evealngs. tf
WANTKII='+ : Cleiin\ of Starke, 301. Ph. 90J80.T4We *
"'hnptiM. N'i, 21 Hi*oil.: IJIWH of Cotton, KIIR. : on
: t; Florldii. l 114 I. at H amended hv2fl7 BRADFORD1NC1NEER1NG No Kakhl. :Shlrtn; Or I'lintH. buy. !sell or trade. 4tchg FOGS FOR SALK.farm fresh

!,''mpl'r S', ). I..."\ N of ; CO. :Must 11. ('I\1'1111 lItton Kan*. $3 YARDHAY :1,1:;: i B. C. Holtzemlorf. 1'7 i mileson

TELEGRAPH.I'luttlc Edwards Road. tfchg
I I'h. !W6I-2521) ; Starke FOR RKNT 2 bedroom( house!
all electric kitchen circulating

YOUR BEST BARGAIN.- =Notebook'+ $:!.:iO> at Iliel FOR SALE Phon I loll heater. on beautiful Lake WANTEDPulpwood' producers -

12 Wides. ADULT EDUCATION Classes. TELEGRAPH. >!I 969-3434 2tch, 11 24 I Rosa. :Mis.[ Yvonne Kaiow: short wood and ,tem wood.L. .

and Box 1 *10. ;Melrose.! Phone resiilenrc I. H. Outlaw Ph. 9B9-0.ri81!
Join now. Elementary
Customlade! Secondary. Phone 1164-2701) 1 678! I'iiiewood Drive :, 475-2900! or business 4tchg 11 .24&

For Florida Living.! days; 964-3071 evenings. tf. FOR SALE- Holstein heif. ': 3 bedroom C3 house with us- i I phone 47i-46li.: (;;>. 4tchR 12-1 ,

Good quality. Will ulve ul close In ,-
In conveniences
ual No. 489
583: \\ tF.KI.1): :-; :\IORIFol'
Cet !More few duysi. Doyle Coiuier. phone with paved sfeet. Priced l-'ss; I Immediate possession nice S
YOU reliable man or
For Your $ $ FOR SALE One cemWntt- 964-4501 tf'hg, than $7.000 with very low InItial serviceVitklns customers bedroom cottage masonry con-

lion efrig-freezer one Speed cost. Let us show It. A. time. .struction., Already financed..
In Stalk Full or part
No Salaried or Commissioned Queen Washer, one deluxe RURAL. ACRKAOK Wanted! : J. Thomas Realtor. Tel 964- Ko Investment. Write C. R Low down payment good lo-

Employees Fi-lKldalre elect)te range. Call niUHt be nuitablo for homes 5701. Ruble. Dept N-2. P. O. Box cation.

964-3501 (tD.syl) or S33-217S. O.ill; owrit liufurd, ,. .Mitchell.: No. 470
DAD & KRAI LARSEN after 3pm. tfchg Phot., 9Gt-3281! R (J. ISox 2.J8 HOME FOR RENT3 bedroom r-.'". 2447. :Mempriis.11: 17 2tp Tennessee 123- 15 acre farm anly 3 miles from

LIKE TO WOKK Starke. tfchj bath. electric stove. I 38102 Starke. Fenced ansi cross-fenc

hot water heater l'l'frlgera-1 FOR SALE -- Deep Freeze ed barn improved pasMire

YOU Benefit! I FOR RENT Furnished tor. gas he-Uer. furnished. 3i and Refl j lrator. excellent I plenty of fruit ana nut trees.S .

\bedroom; apartment, 2\\ NEW FURNISHED acre lot on highway 9 ml I condition First $150 gets ; room and bath home,, only

I Center St. :Mrs Goldie :IolarlIn. west of Starke Inquire La'ender's both Phone 964-2781 or see i, 12000. Terms.

All Sizes on Display tfchK j I ONE; UKDUOO.M) \ GIft Shop. Hlway at 725 McMahon St BobbjItchd STROt'T KRALTf
I 3117 X. Tf'mpl.e..
8.10-12 Wides
\ 100. 9 ml west of Starke. Up Lewis
1 '/ IWths APARTMENTS: :; ( ('.S. 301))
.c I
(& GEORGE ReaJy! to come I Phone. WI9-3491) Stark
I and Expandables home. but first Ret the brake 'i FOR SALE 1962 Plymouth
Next to HIIS. Available
1 12 fixed. FIRESTONE Is having: 4 door V8 :cutomatic: tians-

: .. a brake sen Ice special. Let's Dec. mission. A-l condition new CASH "aid For FOR RENT-1 bedroom un-
\\ v 'jf,!.. New and Used give ourselves u good I 1st. Eler.: Heat anti) tires $650. Phone 9U4-2971 furnished bungulow newly

SMITH-CORONA. ." Air He ho Cood; Clean Cotton painted inside: Located 643
by -t. *-",. ; 8-Yr. financing available "brake. SALLY. Cond.
4. N. Walnut St Contact :Mrs.

.5, ThIs broadshouldered portable outperforms everything tn Its I .....".. --- I lIVE AWAY :2! black kitten U"jCs. No l h..t.I". Adam Oree.i at at 964-7933
easygoing and built for Use Our Kental-l'ur- AVON: CALLING I Cull lip
versatile !
daw. It's handsome, _It""Of.. .
extra duty at home and office.CHANGEABLE. ;.(: chase [Plan-Payments LAST CALL- to Join Avon or001.. tfchg

._'". .-.... .Zoio.ffi.pt4 ,*#' s : bales! Staff :'ii time to earn :MR. :MASONcare Telegraph I
Under $50;) Per
"h. _.._'. ","' '' '. f. "." .g t THE JIM: WALTER CORP.
.P" Christmas. Write
'' ___. ._._ -iI before: TUCK'S DRIVE IN for sale
._ : ._--- -- houM'and
yR. -_ ---------- -- OvL'a Sweat Box 637 Ll.e of Ernest: Tew has a nice 2 bedroom I
; ._ Sale Near or lease. Phone 964-9661 or

j !:i 1 TYPE' '. 40 optional special accents ,;I Oak Fla. Realty Inc. Lawtey.1 acre Only 1st for$50.00 down I 969-4485. 2tchg 12'1

that gives a custom NOWMobile like rent. Call FCR SALE Refilgerato-
and characters simply snap on; you and payments
\ I FOR RENT furnished 2 Gainesville: Ph. :37fi) liB 1964 model has 100 lb. freezer Linotype Operator; Wanted-

-15LJ keyboard in an instant. Five inexpensive sets. -.< bedroom coitJK la town. Unfurnished I 3880161. Jacksonville.4tchu 1215 compartment Both compartments : Full time or Ideal for part

r.' ww-lvI I JEWELED MAIN BEARING for long-lasting ta<> Home SitesAVAILABLE I 2 bedroom house! 2906! N. \V. l.'Uh: St. ] !frost free. Phone time Retired Operator. Brad

[ out of town. W. H. NollmantfchK 964-0292. Itp ford County Telegraph.
: tory-new precision and performance< '"'\W. ....- II. FOR SALE Furnished
I For Sale- ideal: lake SLIM-Have Vlsualiner ulll
\ Full Lake Privilege! PHONOGRAPHS frame cottaces -
inches longer than most for extra big FOR RENT FurnlAhei< : 2
KING SIZE CARRIAGE two ; I New and used: Excellent con- homes. Call St"lckland'sLtmdlnlt. ban Ie sports car. Adjustable

typing jobs, like reports, charts and ledger sheets. '*" .. ... Homestead Exempt FOR SALE -One 3 bedroom. dition. Bull'ngton's' tfchg j Klnaslev' Lake 533- I, bedroom house. 749 N. runways allow us to handle
Phone 969-
one and 'ii bath Brick veneer 128 Thompson St
1 I 2551 or 533-2321. 3tp cars with all tread widths.
HANDSOME VINYL, CLAD STEEL CASE at no added cost. I wall to wall carpet. 2' 2504 or 964-0201. Itp Come In for an alignment

COME IN TODAY AND TRY THEM ALL Lake Geneva I I car Priced HS.OOO.Karaite. 6 KOOJ per rent 1oetion.I \ house FOR comletely SALE 2 reiecorated bedroom:: FFFL LIKE YOUR'E!: IN OR- SPACE HEATER and tank Check. FIRESTONE!

I terMt. Buford In-I\ In Plneha\en. FHA f lanced BIT' Are you driving a car for sale. Phone 969-4021-

Only Trailer SalesOn phone 969-331)1) Call 904-5093 that shimmies and wobbles ;, 1 Itchg WANTED LADY to live with
$121.59PluI 2tchR 11,24Fog elderly lady. Room. board
and wanders down the road?
I. I and small salary. Call 9642tchg -
RniitD IOO On. Mile SB FOR' SALE -Collie puppies I Come in for a free wheel I WILL NO' BE RESPONSIBLE 11941. \

Keyntoo' HelfhU PUll! bred. \luufully IlI.trk.I'' SALE _Unfurnished 21 balance checkup and see if FOR ANY DEBTS L 121

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Open Sun. & Evenings ed. 4'i! mlle N. of bedroom and bath house precision! balancing doesn't TvfADE BY ANYONE OTHER WHITE MOSCOVY DUCKS

301, 1 block N of Toni Truck I Morgan RoaJ. Phone 969- put you on tIe. straight and THAN MYSELF MRS BER- for sale. Good for pond. peta

1 5 Stop. Phone OtJ -083'. Itchg 1803. HP narrow FIRESTONE NICE D HOPKINS. Itp or eating. Ph. 984-7835. Itp


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Tells Tragedy NEWS And NOTES

FOR **+ *
\ Of Italian THANKS For Today's Homemakers

:Let Us/ Renew The Spirit GOOD SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES By Martha Sue McCain


It has been said that nothing is "Let us renew that spirit by of- Flood HEALTHFUL CLIMATErGOOD WATER AMD AIR County Extension 1'
Hum Economics
o constant as change. And yet, fering our thanks! for uncovenanted A WIDE\ AWAKE COMMUNITY wiTrt THt= Agent
ome traditions and principles will mercies!, beyond our deserts or +

,kely be with us as long there merits and by resolving to meet COO RAGrfS To TAKe
as Inking wine because water ADVAMTAG-e OF ', 'rJl.\SK\Gl\'ISG! ; TURKEY ped nutmeats-pecans, coasted I

4 a !Nation, and as long as we en- the responsibilities: : placed upon us. was not available, and t-r$ The tm iiiii nal Thanksgiving almonds rllbeus 01 cook-

oy freedom under representative "Let us renew that spirit by bathing in a duck pond as a OPpDRTUNITIE $ dinner tails for toast ed chestnuts

rovernment. sharing the abundance of this day result of flood conditions 1 E SWEETEST" ST1aAWBERRIES TMISor SIbSFARMER'S turkey. To Make It different Cornbread Stuffing Omit

''One of these typically American with those less!! fortunate, in our were just two of the harrowIng ua new siuiring/ recipe this bread crumbs and savory

raditions is Thanksgiving-a day land and abroad. Let us renew that experiences described by H<= AVEf M>ai, seasoning Add 4 cups cornbread -

>.f quiet and' rest when the family spirit by seeking always to establish : :Miss Marla Moore who Is We suggest that you buyat crumbs and one-halt

fathers in the privacy of home to larger communities of brother- (Studying!\ iu Floience.} Italy / OUR Cttt MPtONSHtp >pcicll'BAts.'T! P rAM 1 least oivhalf pound of teaspoon thvrr.e.
with a givup' of students ready-to-cook turkey with MOKE FOR
rive thanks and-as part of the hood. from Florida State University ( e- ) i bone for each TII.'e KS61VINGFor
:cntinies old tradition-enjoy the AND nA MANYMo <5ive( U5 THE HUMILITY : ( person you
"Let us renew that spirit by plan to serve, and make one- a very special cranberry -

aountiful( meal of roast" turkey preparing our souls for the incertitude In a letter to her mother \sTo ACC6PTTWESE Bt SSWbJ GRACEPutlV.r half cup stuffing< for each sauce to vo with the tur-

and all the trimmings. ahead-by being always Mrs, Ma'tha! Moose of pound of ieady-to-cook. turkey key, combine a cup and a

But there's a significance to ready to confront crisis with St.aike. Marla gives a vivid // >v___ j half of drained. pineapple

Thanksgiving that lies deeper even steadfastness, and achievementswith description 01 tragic conditions l lt lt lI If you plan to use "left tidbits, one-third cup grated

than the important part played by resulting from floods overs' for sandwiches cream- orange rind, and a half cup
fnmily feasting and fellowship.This grace modesty which de\asted much of I ed take./, and casserole of choppe! walnuts with a. J

deeper meaning has nowhere "Let us renew that spirit by Italy when the Arno River dishes you can double the quart of cranberry sauce

concerting our energy and our oveiflowei: Its banks turkey allowance. This will! Then add:! one-third cup of
been more eloquently expressed
hope with men and women every- In spite of all. Mai'la reported ( save time o.v other meals. pickle relish for accent.
than by one who was tragicallylost t
where that the world may move \Ve'le all o. k." the The larger turkeys often arecheaper

to us near the Thanksgivingseason more rapidly] toward the time hotel where the students per pomvi:! This yearturkeys And looking ahead a littleIt
three years ago-President ,' foitunntelv with cook- "
when be were staying being are plentiful and you're weary
John R Kennedy.In may a located on one of the prices faoiableHere Ing after the big day and -
'universal celebration.
his Thanksgiving message!! hlKher. spots in Florence. ( L rw. r are z" me recipes for want to take it a little easy

of 1962-which no one then knew "Let us renew that spirit by Following are excerpts turkey diessinw Each recipe this weekenJ. you might try

would be,his Jalit-esulent\ ,Kennedy expressing our acceptance of the from Marla's letter which makes 4 cups of stuffing this new and different salad:

urged that the day be (ob- limitations f "of"human striving\ and was written on Sunday. Nov. IVORY BREAD TUNA FISH DELIGHT

aersed(( with reverence and humility affirming our duty to strive none 6: ST.'NO1111'ee Two 6'a or 7 oz. cans tuna I

the less, as Providence may directus "Nancy and I woke up tablespoons butter, drained One orange, peeled
about 10 Friday morning andI margarine or poultry fat: and cut into bite-size pieces;
toward better world for all
the of the a
t "Let us renew spirit
went hopping down to the hre -fourth, cup chopped 1 unpeeled apple diced: 1
Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving mankind. bathroom to take a bath and ,1 celery; 3 tablespoons chopped cup seedless grapes, cut In

\, in a lonely I and inscrutable Thus spoke! John F. Kennedy in wash my hair A notice on fi s parsley 2 tablespoons: halves ''i cup coarsely broken -

wilderness!! facing the dark un- his: Thanksgiving message!! of November the door said No Baths The V ? ? chopped onion. 4 cups soft walnuts: 1 cup mayonnaise

known with a faith born of their 1062 words that ire Arno Is Flooding."So bread numbs, one-half teaspoon 1 teaspoon grated lemon

dedication to God and the fortitude worthy of a meat man, a great we '70t dressed::! and ( savory seasoning: one- peel: 2 tablespoons: fresh

drawn from their sense that: day I and u great American tradi went out to see what was going y igJy, hair teaspoon !salt' : pepper as lemon juice; salad greens

All men are brothers. tion. on People" were walking desired lemon quarters paprika,
around everywhere and it -r Melt fat in frying pan. Add Flaked drained tuna into

was still pouring rain Some- celery, )parsley: and onion. medlum-sizel pieces. Com-

one told xis the water at the Cook until tender. Add fat bine tuna, orange apple,

Hope From The Supreme Court Duomo was five feet high so DIARYyet and vegetables! to breadcrumb grapes and walnuts Blend

we tried to get there The *'!, Add seasoning. Mix mayonnaise, lemon peel, and

it might be lastweek's the under its contral! for closest we cot was within Mehtlv but veil. lemon juice.
Surprising as property
weather asked
The killdeer, or "coUl! to our knowledge/: has
RJTINOYSTER stir half of blended
about two blocks Lightly -
Supreme Court decision up- the use to which it is lawfully known what think
birds, as they me the turkeys they
"The water I oozy, brown, STIFFING mayonnaise Into salad ingredients -
holding the conviction of Tallahassee dedicated. around here, have arrived and about Thanksgiving tout we
oily slimy and smelly! was Omit celery and reduce To serve spoon
civil rights demonstrators was "The sheriff, ns jail custodian, It may be awn along the high- < r'ISa imagine the answer would bea
rising fast In the time f parsley and or.lon to 1 tablespoon salad onto crisp salad greens,
nonetheless welcome and gives had power to direct that this took to take several pictures, ways of area The bird belong loud gobble against the dubious each Add one-half garnish! with: lemon quarter,

rise to hope that the pendulum, large crowd of people get off the the water rate over our shoes. to the plover family and gets ; honor* accorded. .. them. pint oysters. 1 heated In their and sprinkle with papl'lka.Sel've .

at long last, is swinging back to- grounds," Justice B ick said, add- There seemed to be no organization which Its name resembles from kill its shilll deer ny Just thinking of the day own liquid and: drained remaining salad

ward reason. ing that there was no evidence that / whatsoever. Friday M i makes Sum's old taste buds Nut Stuffing -Omit par dl'esslng.I
It was the first decision in five the power was exercised because was the Italian Armisticeand We always assoc'lutet the start jiggling around. One of sley and savory seasoning HAPPY EATING and Happy -

years to go against civil rights the sheriff disagreed with the objectives they had planned a parade kill deer with cold!, wintry his treasured memories Is the and add one-half cup chop- Thanksgiving
tanks.Vell., the
demonstrators who have frequent- of the protest, but that with days and assume that it hAS old kitchen, range, when Atom -- -
tanks cruised" around::!, butthat's -- '
ly-whether by design or not- he "objected only to their pres- 'been peeking at the calendar opened the oven door and basted -
all Nothing was
that the time has' golden-brown, turkey, and 1
and decided a
ence on that part of the jail By Sam McGarvey
created chaos in public places. were all
: roped off and people come to migrate to Floildu for the aroma filled the house and
reserved for
grounds uses.
The case on which the court over everywhere. the season. set young mouths to watering. fCOUNTYYOUR
was ruling involved thirty-two'; In writing his opinion, Justice "Cars were being swept them. Nowadays the bird Is wrappedin WITH

students from Florida A & :M Black refused to accept the pre- down the street like boxes There was. another good pe- aluminum foil, and whileit w .'

College gro who were arrested in Tallahassee mise that people who want to pro- We snapped a few more pictures can sale at the market last In> this weather.ideal Sam(sunny Is clean-antirool may be a, pretty sight to ae ; AGENT
pagandize protests or views have before heading back to Thursday with a good. volume owners of Alcoa stocks and ;
] three for violating around the yard, and
years: ago u constitutional right to do so the hotel and we left Just in of nuts and prices good, because ing up und bonds it sure don't look like
Florida law against trespass not bothers) by mosquitos
a whenever and however and wher- time because!! the road we the volume this year In turkey
"upon t the property of an- filling up red bugs or worried by some *
came by was now the pe< nn belt is down' One local ItS
old snake lurking -
they please.Columnist
mean-tempeied rt
other" with "malicious and mis-: with water. After eating grower saiil he had u good However there was one
William S White hail in the grnHowevei, the
headed" out again, about that. old kitchen
chieious intent lunch we clop of nuts early in the season thing
: expressed hope that this decision and by now the water was but that it was (mined" Spanish bayonet and century rangeIt had an appetite for
)| The opinion was by no means indicates that the Court plant to wait until he cornea and U
Supreme the
Just one block over from by grab.Y wood that was amazing
unanimous! ]In fact it was! a five- ut long last, may be returning to hotel." We went to a church pecan clone enough, and, then stick was the bane of life for the boy

to-four decision with Justice: Hugo its historic" and proper functionof and bought two candles:! and And speaking of pronns Alice him with their needlesharppoints whose chore it was to keep the t trW a ?

Black, who has heretofore sided interpreting the law impartially got some wine-no electricity cracked some and made n pe- fool thing going The way

with the civil rightists, casting rather than remaking the law no 'water, thus nothing can-cranberiy louf, but an she .r Sam's mother burned up woodIn ByGeorge
what later, oho The pyraxanlha bush too de- the one we had at home was
the deciding vote. else to drink: only admitted laughingly!; T.
to suit itself. How- lights In getting In some dirty marvel and if she hadn't
the nuts In a ,
could to put
buy forgot
:. In handing down the majority At I least it gives glimmer of wine you he attempts to 1uggina[
: : a "We got up yesterday ever, she added dates to the work when given, it up and turned to gas '
opinon, Justice! Black said : "The hope the first glimmer that about 7'30 and headed out to mixture and It, tumd out to bea clean out nround it, and what and then electricity, there

State, no less than a private owner has been seen on the horizon for view the damage It was horrible fine cuke, even without the with one plant and another. would be no more wood standIng -
Sum gets stuck, almost as budas in Sure/' is mighty enjoyable to and the Mahan since It is across
of has to five long aroundour nuts. our country.Ami
property, power preserveFor : year The shops
t a pin-cushion before he gets M wuJk out Into the back yard between thse two.
but just *
hotel okay
.I were through. for another thing, buckIn and pick a gmxl ripe peach or With pecans also If von areJimt
three blocks rway they were When we wrote last .
S .
should have
hail pear or plum or pecan Might you
the early days u man
.. ruined. Smashed the ,,1IO\I"'rM\ If himtng!;
More Than 100 Years completely about Another Thanksgiving Day to go out and get the turkeyin even haVe a bunch of grapes/ one of our circulars on pecan
ideathat \
all around ome In the woods, we had no
cars were hut rolled around, and l practically the woods., If Alice had to a few bhlckbl'I'I'les. blueberries prodm'tlon,
were twisted around light a fatal hunting accident everyone" but turkeys on Sam today< to do or figs Even a kumquat Well. it takes' to much readIng -
At some time or other, most: of lies who otherwise! would have no poles The famous Doors of would follow so won There will hnvii. a good time It in a that, hn< would probably come or satsuma. is good. Of course for you If I tried to test

us: have been amused: by the nursery summer break from their drab en- Paradise on the baptlstiy are a number of ways to Kl lyourself tough old world for those birds home with a tough dove that all this dpends on your Intel varieties. in all the fruits I men-

rhyme of "Old :Mother llub- vironments.As had four .f the plates killed these di\. and I whoso fate it Is to be eaten died of old age and fell out est and, the size of your yard tioned. Just say again that a

bard who went to the cupboardto we enter another holiday wrenched roc e. and the Inside "f of iclubialion No one of a tree. Also amount of water that small home orchard. can be
workers was still flooded The apparently hunting is nm by way may or may not be there mighty enjoyable. If you want
the Salvation
get her poor dog\ a bone", season: Army -
closer you sot to the river. For possibility" of having circulars or other informationcalL
but it is a sad fact that withinour are redoubling their efforts:
the worse It was. Oozy slime 30 days! place all! those)! books and peaches from early to middleof us
own community, even as: to seek out and aid those who everywhere Trees were stuck Monday. Nov 7. manuscilpu. and many of May through late June, you Oh. I forgot to mention a

Christmas approaches, many families would othewise have a bleak, cold In the Ponte Vecchlo on the 'What a nay; We got up the paintings! / that were could aunt with the variety persimmon tree If you want

have cupboards that are almost and even hungry Christmas. Al- side where the' water first at 7. ate bn.ikfast! and Nancy damaged!' : CBS was here today called KHrllgwld: Then follow something. good, let persim-

as bare as the one in the coholics, unwed mothers: aged hit. It had receded somewhat and I wi nt out looking for and tout pictures of us with. June (Jold. May Gold Te- mons get good and ripe put

nursery rhyme. Bare not only of shut-ins, hospital patients, deprived t. and lift the trees Just r Iy grubby clothes to WOI kin. woiking TJ.eyll! be shown jon and Bonita. The Tejon is them In some old cottage

the varied foods we take for granted children, lonely servicemen hanging there. Looters were We finally found a shop that tomorrow ni' ht on the news, "aoita, thrown In for good measure cheese containers and freeze

but bare also of dignity, of --all these and more find Christ- out in full force and we y was open and I bought a pair: with Walter Cronkhite. It in case i one of the first them. Any time later take out

friendship, and of hope. mas joy through the good worksof stood there watching them of Levis and! Nancy bought a was really funny soon as suggested varieties did not d search for ;''ewelrv in the funny Jump suit We put they stalled taking pictures / well. If you are. Interested. in thaw, top !WIth a scoop or
the Salavation
also have Army.In r
Fortunately an organization -
we mud and pocketing{ everything them on and headed for the people" who had been just a few peach trees you should two of ice cream and put on
1 : that is dedicated to fill order to perform this great they found. It was all 4 National Library Most of the standing around Immediately Kit our circular on, peaches It some wight. Mrs. R. R Andrews

ing these cupboards with the joy service of love and mercy, the Sal- so unreal. load along the: Arno was par- rushed to KC' Into the act gives( you good information on started me on that ,ibout

of Christmas.: Ever: since 1865, the vation Army must have the wholehearted "Our main! problems are tially caved in. and the library When we got back to the some of the Important steps ten years ago. Mv wife won'teven

Salvation Army has worked hardto support of the general food water and sanitation. b is right on the river Mud hotel this afternoon, a bunchof for success, If you have spare. let me use ke-milk now

help the ill, the needy, and the public. The hotel hm been doing all was! everywhere, some places us went down to a park pecan tree is mighty good to

troubled. Your contribution-sent directly right with the food but we knee deep. We passed muddy where they have a little pond have You should think of the Julian D. Scott
had to buy a bottle of mineral then with swans in It. We tooksoap futiue. space needs in your
And not only at Christmas time to The Salvation Army, Box books for a while and
water n, we could brush 11larla I started pushing and some of our dirty plan-i' for any of these tree Services Held
are its good works in evidence. 328, Jacksonville, or given to the sf. Nancy and:!
our teeth. The toilets are a the muck out of the doors, clothes. Soma of us lumped cropa.
Bradford County has a graphic example representative who calls at your Imagine There is a number of varie- At Heilbronn
bad situation. If you can dashing that gunk all over on In. The air was cold, thewater
of this in the Salvation! home this will provide the consider.
in area, they got some' dirty us We worked like. dogs all was cold, and WF. were ties that you may
that is locat- for this year's : You shoulii. want to remember Julian D. E-cott. 59 of llellbionn -
Army summer camp means! : programs water yesteliRY:' and the toilets day I can't even begin to de- cold-but it v'as WATER'!

ed close to us on Bedford Lake, and for the needy have been flushed only '.. ibe It and worst of all the Full! of swan feathers and quality of the meat popularity Springs died Wednes

which affords a much needed vacation Don't miss this opportunity of twice since Thursday night thought that we would have ditty with, somethlnu flatting. or.,the variety and mighty Impoitant day. Nov. 16, In a Starki,'

for children-and even !sharing! the spirit of Christmas The electricity Just came r no water to clean up with oil It but I stood their and Is I lesistance. to pecan hospital! after a brief lllne-s
Hcab Stewart and Curtis are inns 1 1
mother-from low income fami- through the Salvation Army back on, but when and if we "Comparatively few Italians washed my face, feet and Funeral services were <
get water they have to find bloare were! there mostly legs/ Some ol the Italians. two of our mont popular varieties at 3-30: p m Friday In the

some way of purifying It. Also American ana German students standing::! iiound got mad There are others.A Heilbronn Baptist Church,
if we had things destroyed in variety that we are hear officiating
arsenic with Rev. T"ov Ji: noson -
bottles of It
some The Italian soldiers but others thought was= .
the flood ioll the peopl- of ing more about each year lathe > in
: Interment was
have gotten loose In the water watched to 11 throe crazy
Just stood around and:! funny see
Florence have had. It's so Mahan-Stewart. This va-
The Bradford County Telegraph system I Ithey were sweptin Then.alklng back to Amercans Jumping: In a pond size and the Conner Cemetery
the Arno from a Hooded tragic the hotel all the Italians, with dirty water rind broken riety has good Mr\ Scott IS survived b\ hug
from the
back between
shell Is
Established 1879 ), that further "Nancy just got widow Edna Markham
QRI04 fo of nicely dressed:; ; and walking glass on the bottom"I
complicates natters So far helping get hooks out one around viewing the sight! hate t'j' keep, thinking Scott: two daughters :Ml-

oA E. L. MATTHEWS 20 dead hay been found, but of the JII)' a riel!, I've got a looked at us like we were about myself when there are enough to make! you bitter"I Julia Dee Hooten, Gainesville -

J\'I1% Editor and Publisher they expect the number to terrible cold so they mademe does because we were covered so many people without know Ie learned a lot and Mrs. Vaughn Willis. -
M a rise stay here! and I slept with that filthy slime It's homes stores or even food being over here and will Orlando, five sons11-
fq Florida' Oldest Weekly 90 afternon, Some insane !people lot moie but light liam, of Hawthorne: N'ell. of
G "They managed to save enough to .ake one bitter. At least we have foin"' : our learn a
1966 Newspaper tmnouMly Voder Published the' Same Con- per cent of the Uffizi whichis escaped from the mental Institution They didn'twem! to care stomachs. I don't kn",, how now pet haps because I'm Jacksonville!': Truman. Ot -

tI(*fQP Masthead. miraculous as it's right on and:! have weapons enough about/ their city to the hotel has managed 'o get living In it and it's foremost lando: and Julian and Bruce
high and are on the loose. They'ieprobably I feel this disaster Scott, both ol Starke a sla
the river but Is on help dig it out. it. There v ere peopV with in my mind :
Published Each Thursday and Entered' a.* Second Tau. ground, and most of the captured by now five arms outstretched, trt: to we've teen through will ter. Mrs. Eva Markham,
"We worked over
Mutter at the Pout. Offlrw at 6'+tarke, .,.. paintings; are on the second but It gives you an eerie" feelIng hours there was get chocolate' bars the, Army teach me a* much. If not Starke: two brothers Noah,
Under Art of March a, 1879. Nancy savs the today and::!
floor anyway. will be was: handing out. But after more. In some ways It's like of Vernonand: Luther' of
Just no end. It days ;
In Trade Areal I Yr. $9.30; 8 Mo. IJ.OO. "Though we are here and estimate for when days-God well! getwater and days before the mud is working today and having being In a war I (Ness I .Caryvilla; and ten giandchll-
Out"lde Trade Area: 1 Yr. f4; 6Mo.. '225. experiencing all this. It still fOI bid.again I know is 30 It will be awhile !nil cleared away Of course, those people look at u. like really have a lot to be thankful dren.

doesn't touch us it would yet bat it Just can't be they'll never be able to re- that- well, like I said U'l for." _


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'YyyyYYYYYYYYYYYyYY? had a dedication service Nov. Inrr, Mr. and :.Mrs. L. L. Dyal er. l.s the school Pl'lnlcpall School 10 a. m.. Worship 111a. Avon Pan: I through the I M'iit a Th.uiksgiving! basket Rev. E. C. Harvey and Rev. charge of arrangements.!!
20 They have new pews. there. m. anj 7:30: p. m., Train- weekend.Mrs. each year !lor this purpose. Laurie Sounders officiating. Active pallbearers \\1'(
) BROOKER After services at noon they Debbie and Sandy Sorrellsof Sorry to hear that J. T. inn Union 6:30: p. m. Midweek AI Pi'rcer" and son Eric Vice President Greg AI,arcz Interment % a. in the Oak Marvin Rosier Ray Connell

had a basket dinner. days Jacksonville last week spent with several their Buss broke his arm Sunday sei vices Wednesday of Jacksonvi'le. were Sunday reported on the many different Grove Cemetery in Clay Cecil Hard? Vernon Slit: l llnn. l-
HOME: ECONOMICS: : CLUB I visitors of Mr. and Mrs II. contests, held: in thechapter.
when his hot.: se. Velvet threw 7:30.: Sanford
grandparents the L. L Dy- County with Masonic rites at Dave Henij
By Joyce Stoke The Summerslll! lIe stressed the Importance
Bradford County Ex- him Rev. Edward C. Walnwrlpht. Mrs. Percoris -
als. On Saturday Mr. andViva. I' the gra.csllIe. DeWitt C. Hodges: LT.bcr! Hllllard, ami
tension I Wnlmvrlrcht's sister of the contests
Home speaker on Mrs.
( EconomicsClub handat the guest:
r Jo/ie.s her was
Dianne cut
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1 i met at the Brooker I from H. came take the City: Park Sunday. Sunday andIoas truest for Mrs. A. C. Pearce 'ind' Mis. and tried to encourage the Jones Funeral Home was in O. J. Anders.
Jacksonville to
Birthday Party Community Center Tuesday them homa. Three stitches! were IF)ken. the day of M,. and Mrs. Cecil D.V, Starling! were luncheon members to sign up; for some ,
Nan Beelbach celebrated Nov. 15. Plans for the Christmas Rev. Vernon Williamson of Hardee and family. guests of their brother and U.nf them
Mrs. andII'S": i
Theo Dyal
htr birthday Saturday night, Work Shop were discussed Iva Douglas attended:! the' Jacksonville ivns the speaker; Church of God Sunday sistcr-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. Jam'-:; Allen Repol'tel'l
with a lovely party at the and the date for this luncheon for the Nurse Sunday mowing:: and ,w'n-I School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 !M. L. Thompson In Jacksonville DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Brooker Community Center. event will! be announced. Council In Gtarke Monday. inn at the Frooker Baptist a. m. and 7 p. m., YPE Wednesday one day last week. Rev. J. S. Norman I
Lovely birthday arrange- Mrs E. J. Lanum. 7:30: p. m. Prayer services -
president Mrs. Eva Harrell. Mrs Iva. Church.LAWTEY. Pars Cora Hodges:: of J lckIon Services Held. STAKKE-PHONE 961-2600
ments of baloons and crepe would like! for all ladles In Douglas and Mr\ and Mrs. I Friday 7:30 p in. ':1111' was weekend visitor I i
paper made the building very the community to Join the Zedra Hamilton were visiting! I evyvvv yn?'''yvvv..vv" Highland liniDtist: Sun- of her sister Mrs. Hastev At Lawtey I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
attractive. Music was provided club. day School !0:45 J: :a. m., Wor- .
Hicks and ether
Mrs. Lula Edwards In Pal
by the New Squires PERSONALS: : ship 11 a. m and 7:30: p. m., Rev. Joseph E. Norman 52,1
metto last ek. \ : Marian Mars and son.
I Rental
and dancing was enjoyed by Rev. ana:! Mrs. Robert Choir Practice 6:30: p. m. of Law ley, died: last Fridayin Services
Emory stln> her broth-
Mr. and Mrs. Paul ; Jeff were ;<
the 25 who attended Smith Prayer meeting Wednesday Staike hospital after a
young people and family of Sanfordand a
and children attended;! the! er-in-law 1:1:1: :sister: Mr. and HOSPITAL
Mrs. Seclbach mother : Mrs. Mattie Davis of >!y F.n/a: B6nnrhanlAAAAAAAAAAIAAAaAA11AA1 7:30: p. m. brief Illness. REDS WHEEL CHAIRS
CalvnrvBaptist Anders an1other
homecomlnc at the Mrs. Owen! J.
Of the Graham I sad- Rev. Norman was born in
honoree and Mrs were overnight The community was
Satsuma after
Church near relatives: Sunday CRUTCHES
John Rigors served cake and lUi-sts! of Mrs. T. W. Markey dened by the death of Rev Bartow on May 23 1914, the
last Sunday. noon.
punch. :anlurdnvf! -1 Markey and :Mrs.I' WSCS met at the home of Joseph:: E. Norman< pastor of 'I. son of the late Bruce and -
Welcome to Mr. and
Jimmie Walker and
Birthday Pinner" !newts\ nittrndrd services at Ruby Tetstvie and famllv of I Mi-s. H. C Walnwrlglit on Flvst Baptist Church, on Friday Rev.\ :Mary: Thompson Norman. lIe \ _
Mike Castlcn celebrated his the Little Springs Church Tuesday evening of last Nov. 18. The manyfllends :Mrs. Walker were guests at >a was a member of the Baptist I
Jacksonville have mov-
18th birthday:! Sunday with a near Worthington, Sunday.Our ed here thl"'t'ek.. They are wock.. :Mrs. El nest Bailey led of the t family exten family, dinner(hor.iir. at Mr.Mrs.and JohnBroun's Mrs. Church, an.i the WoodstockPark Easy To OwnLONGCHAMP I
family birthday dinner. At- sympathy! goes to the residing in the house near the devotional After the their players and sympathy :Masono Lodge of Jack-
Mitchell Brown find! children
tending were the Immediate family of Mrs Annie Johnson the Subdivision. business session Miss! Blanch- Mrs. 0, J. Phillips returned : sonville.He .
the and who ard had charge: of the pro- visit :'II1d11': and !Mrs. Ralph Wis- had been an employeeof
members of family passed away last Annie :May''I Jones of Gain:\ Saturday after! a week and sonsvcre hosts with\ } HOMES
his grandpa vents. Mr. and week. I rl11Ie'AI visiting Mr and Kinm/: with :Mr.s. Duck :Mrs. with her son-in-law and the Naval: Air Station In
Mrs. Blown.
C. L. Atkinson Trxby Pinholster Is a patient .- !Mrs. George: Tetstone' Sun- II. C. WaimuiKht and Mrs.R. daughter, :M.and Mrs F. M Jacksonville ion 11 years and
Birthday Party In the Starke Nursing day. E. Lee taking. th.% part of Redd and family In Macon was' minister of the Law ley Custom Built

Miss Patsy Edwards celebrated Home. Pleas drop by and :Mrs. Ruby Allen and the three people: involved. Ga. She was accompanied by FFA NEWS\ Baptist Church! I
her 12th birthday see him or send"' him a cardor daughter, Betty Nipper of The hostess served:! refresh- grandsons and families Mr Surviving! I ic his widow.!
with a party at the home of letter. We sure do miss Starke. spent the day Tues- ments to eight! members. and Mi's. Ffiiman: Redd and Elsie t St.irUr.;, g: Norman, of Your Plans Or Ours .
her parent. Mr. and Mrs. seeing: him. day with Mrs. Melba Dampier Extension Homemakers met children and Mr. and Mrs. BRADFORD (:II\PTFR. !I Lawtey: one son. James! Nor- Your Lot Or
Ernest Etiwards. Frlda> Casey Atkinson win visit < in Giiivsvllle.; with Miss En/a: Blanchard Wayne Redd. They remained : The Bradford! Chaper held' man. Lawtev and a !sister, Ours

night Twenty-five guests enJoyed ing relatives and friends in We are sorry to hear that. Thursday morning. The until Sunday.: On Saturday\ 1 its fifth meeting of the I Mrs. rF.. :Moore.! Castro Val- HOME: IMPROVEMENTS:
roasting welners. playing Apopka! this weekend. Mrs Amanda Lewis Is 111. chaplain Mrs. Effie Miner. evening Mr. and Mrs. Leslie school( year, and voted to1 I ley, cam. REMODELING:
: games and dancing on :Mrs. Wilson of Apopka was She IN now staying: with her led the devotional followedby Phillips! and family of Jacksonville furnish a Thanksgiving basket Funeral S I vl'e t i were held I ALTERATIONS
the patio.Birthdav 'lie overnight guest of Mi son and dal!' hterInIftMr.. saluting the Flag. Mrs and Mr. 'and Mrs. for some needy family in at 3 p m Sunday In the

Surprise and: Mrs.. Nod Hicks and and Mrs. Al.oi Lewis In Cross James Faulkner presentedthe Bill Gasklns and:! ('hlldl''n.101nl'd the county Tit chapter pre- Lawtey Baptist; Church( with 3-BEDROOM HOMES
Mrs Nora Sapp; vas pleasantly i.untl} HIM-- > reek.Mrs. Citv. Sure hope she will be program that broughtout In a family dinner.
surprised Friday when : Sonny: Dukes and well soon suggestions! for food anda Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss\ ; ; I .-
a number of friends came 'hilrtren of Gainesville\ were Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal kitchen quiz. Cranberry Enza Blanchard attended e GLASS That's Our Business! FOR SALE NOW\/
over to wish her a happy vMtlnir Mrs. Ethel Russ and family have moved Into Crunch
birthday. Mrs. Floyd:! Wigginsand Sunday. their new home, near the to eleven members. Methodist Church In Green "If It's Glass We nave It" Small Down PaymentIN
Mrs. Ethan Sapr\: Ronald Wirfilns and:! son of Rock Church. ('In'nCH'Tn'ITIES Cove Sprlnes Saturday even
brought alone refreshments Gainesville, were visiting his Mrs. Bennett of Gainesville Grace Methodist" Sun- ing. Tlieyvjre 'guests of Mr CALL WRITE or VISIT PINEBREEZE .SUBDIVISION AND
Celebrating :her 75 birthday: ;; parents Mr. and Mrs. Law- I is, spending several days day School 9:45: a. m.. Worship and Mrs. Oivllle Bum Arn'I' I FOR ANY GLASS NEED EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION

acre Mrs. Rattle Barry Mrs "ence Wiggins Sunday here with her", granddaughter 11 a. ur. anri:! 7:30: p. m.. Jimmie Moore of Wildwood We Design' !Modern\ Store Fronts!
Mae Mott. Ti-&, J. w. Kelly :Mr. and Mrs T C. BaJ.tettlId !! Mrs.' Fredia Mott and Prayer, Circle Monday. 9 a. spent the veekend with hi'
Mrs. Eva Hatrell. Mrs. Mary '\ family ,have. \ moved to family.Mr. I m. Junior MYF Wednesday 6 parents Mr. and Mrs W F '. Just Mail Us A Pattern For tBUFORD
Oreen and Mrs. Banie Mott Houston, Texns.: We are sorry and :Mrs. Lloyd! Wood! p. m. followed by choir practice :Moore. Table Tops MITCHELLOffice
all of Brooker Mrs. Marlon t t') loose them from our comr.ntnltR have ,lu..t returned from a and Sel:101'IYF.: Lay- Mr. and Mis. W. H. Gools-
Sapp of lake Butler and I Sure hope they will two wepksIlslt\ with their men's day was observed Sunday by of Bald.vin spent Sunday r4 Phone 969-3231: 1 p. O. Box 238
Ames Johr.r. Mrs, Floyd ''.kp their new home.St son and daughter-in-law morning\ Charles John with Mr. end! Mrs. W 11 SHEA'S GLASS CO 110& S. Thompson St. Starke Fla.
Wiggins and Mrs. E. Sapp of 5 Lavevn Dyil of Ft. Craig and Pat Wood In of the First Methodist[ Ooolsby, Jr and chlldn-n "
New River. Bennlnu. Oa is home with Wnshinaton. D. C. Church of Starke was the b
"Mr. and Mrs H. C Harleiwere We Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are
Birthday Dinner his p l'E'nt"1r.: and :Mrs. L. Mrs! Dolly Tlarrell and speaker of th( orc llon. \ visiting/ her brothe1Clyde 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville; Fin. Phone FU2-4353 You? If Not JOIN TODAY!
Mrs. Alice Edwards celebrated L. Dyal for two weeks tavern daughter[ Rends Mrs ]sans: First Baptist: -- Sunday Starling and family In I.
her BAth birthday: Is specially) \ clad to bo Hayes an1 'M'-. Stella hives) .
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home of Mr and Mrs. J, V '!ls fisher" tic d, h.i-\ nl.vady\ Hallowc'n' C: mlval at the 1----
Edwards. "Milled\ one ,'er r rMv. I \Mill C' (-1 S'l; ,l 'i"". S'AuKUstinc. ';'
ED.\N/ BAPTIST (,In'Re'I'The 'r, and Mis\ F'1'"dV:,' F': In.-t t we-k O.r .
Dedan Baptist Church I dron, of WiHwooiI wpl'eI')' I Hai-i"- t i'-'ic-l\' ..f B (nfI -

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I Kongo Pet Shop
Poodle. Sliiltw' -LInsa* i
INlvez--BraOU Paintings OF JACKSONVILLE"The
Ode Flee or a H Hearing Aid In the World- Pet Supplies
IDa Ward Antiques Only (',0. Bearing Aid Made B lrct'I..hII'Bn..t..ntal.y! > .
S072 at. Johns Ave. Z'l: West Monroe \ & Sun. 10-S P.M
Jacksonville 353-1463: Closed Tuesday
Jacksonville 337-1379 8939 Herlonar Rd. Normandy
Call Collect HOBBY SHOP SectionW. r+ tit I Ia

Jacksonville! 781-2800

Auto Sales & Service *

SHOP, Inc. :Mason & H a.mlln pianos
I Hammond Organs. MRS. CLARK EVANS
Inc. A Complete Line of I :Magnavox Organ EDWARD JACKSON
i I Best & Airplane Builders!' Supplies "You Get A Good ))...11 At- 60S
AUTHORIZED DEALER I I -Spxv-taiulng:. in Ra- i 810 W. Pratt Street Water Street I
dio Controlled Models
Sales /1.0). I'artsS arid Equipment fffA reo Starke Florida Starke, Florida I
rrlce ': Body Shop [
tJI! Open Evenings: till 9 ,

Open 8 a.ra.-8 p.m.B 602 So Edaewood PM'I I I -n, H" a.f n,., 'rmr., ,., .;"'"
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p.m. -- Sunday Jacksonville\ :a ( *
1150 LANK AVK. SOUTH J'l4'kllOn11I8'
Phone Jacksonville 384-3441 MO'I'OR'Y'I.ESHONDA( : ,
Parrish Motors I f fI
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SIN:;(il.R: ,'u'r. :l.1(.Z.'U I Irk" ;
; HALES!' i Like New 'In 4 Dr Cabine
amR\'JCE ALL MODELS: New $300
LVp Sold aver
: PARTS XV rr- I II i I Merchants!! Green Stamps IUL $U or $:;.00 Per Mumll: 1 n kd I Ih111
Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.MondayFriday .
12 Tear A* A Dealer i Ideal Sewing Center I
Alway CoW Used Cars i 8 A.M.: to 6 P.M. I!
.1 Laura St. JIM'k80n\Ule.. Saturday and Wednesday I ALL MAKESNew
m Phone BA6-5621 I CLOSED SUNDAY

.. 1. MOTORS & CYCLES 848 and Cassat Used Ave..lack'anrvllle Machine. ; Nice Thanksgiving; Turkeys Have Been P resented To The Above Winners With The
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.CAMPERS 4949 Blandlng Blvd. 3 !'-:5071TRACK ;

.: Cribbs Campers I J.i<'h.sonvillr! 171-8211 SERVICE: I Compliments Of The Merchants Listed Below And The Bradford County Telegraph/

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: *. eicamper Shasta TrailersTJoadBank Convertibles Paulus Music Co. TRACK SERVICEPortable Goodman's Service Station Williams Jewelry Baldwin\ Chevrolet, Inc.

Financing Track Press Service
: 6408 San Juan Ave. Band A String Instruments, I Welding
Jacksonville 388-93 Gibson! Guitars & Amplifiers

.: ELECTRIC MOTORS ,1 i ** School Roberts SuppliesInstruction Recorders! I Used Bulldozers &: Crawten The Shoe Rack Denmark Furniture of Starke

+ Mimic LJbftry-Kxpert, I "We'll Keep 'em Rollins"
City and Meat
: Peavy Brothers Repair Department 728'1V, Beaver

.: Electric Co. 41 W. :Monroe St. I Jacksonville! 388-4gai___ Volley L. Starling NoegeFs Auto Sales
Jacksonville 3G3-S447:;; -
: WtJLCTRlC MOTORS 8310( Beach Blvd., I' I --- ..
BoM-Serviced-Repaired Jacksonville 398.3091 WESTERN STORE i

.: Generators Alterations-Starters I, LITTLE DUDE : Durrance Pump & Supply Co.Farmer's Edwards Grocery & Meat Market Doyle, The Cleaner

: Armature Rewinding MUSIC-InstrumentsMARVIN I
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.: Jacksonville 387-2528 KAY'S I Western Store Gib Brown's Service __ -
Supply Station
You'll Find Everything \
Music CenterFender

.:. FLOOR COVERING Gretaoh & Vox Guitars II Enthusiast"For! the Horse I J. E. Hardy Auto SalesHurst's

;: Looking for King Hatten, and Selmer Western Clothing --LeathergoodJ Terwillegar Motors Lawsons Market & Grocery
: better ? Band Instruments Saddles and Trailers!
carpet* Ludwig Sllng-erland, Rogers

: fit vr ?"P) Drums Charles & Sharon Petty

: ;!;:Z/ioe 9zr4 Rentals &: Rep:drs on ALL 903 So. Edfevrood Are.Jacksonville Service Station
,. 1 400 MAIN ST. McGriff f Trading Mart -- Honda Starke{ Builders Supply Inc. .
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Phone Mary 473-4127 Schaeffer ,I Season Witli 38-0 Win > I

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SPREAD lilt 1IOLID.\) I 14952940: Battery A. 8th. Stefan Brokaa and .Johnny rcpt foi, the extra point :Moo! on I i"-l:! nnd .sit inclmdual. "
SPIRIT MSL BN. 1st Arty. APO. San Moon led the Keystone Indians 1 kn'koil, this one making th,0 sihonl I ,'I'I'C', ( ''I t11''t will bo #

This is the time of year Francisco. California: 96331. to their fifth consecutive<- si""nt.),' : most folks begin compiling John T. Allen. FA B 3049- r tory here Friday night In an Biokas. Chi" II' Incliiins. T'us' wci'k s Sixntje":;, '

their Christmas card lists 27 E M "A1' School. Dlv 60- _easy. ((38-0)) win over Floitdi< r.lenn and, Johnny :Moon omle.I Awards will /ffo to S Biolcas! ,.:

We have sonip names to suggest 54-66 40A USNTC-FFC" Central Academy of Soirento, tlii-ir High School (careers wltl'1 Moon, in I Olonn. ,.,
-why pot include all of San Diego.; Calif. 92133. ,I JL I Moon received the kickoff on this /gnmc Glenn who \vn!I sr.\nsncs

the Service men you know? Sp 4 Rhett S. Fox (better ,--- : the 12 yard line and ran it suffering from a virus Infer'ti K 1114. F. C; '
So. after a little reseaich.'; we known as "Butch"] RA 149.- back to the 36. Mickey\ Biolcus < n. tiirnul, in his usual gout I l' First' DmMis 15 8'
have come up with the ad- 25572 77th HEM: Co. AtO, Community Church Bazaar Most Successful Ever Held then. picked up a first d'wn game opening" holes In LIU' I 1 YeI". Rainud! ni"lnnff: 2'1)'; 99
dresess of (aU< the Keystone New York 09164.Lt. on a run, to the 48. A pass defensive line for, the runniif\ |I \M-. K-ilncd. PIS.IPK' ITS 62"
Heights boyj! we can think John M. Hall ["Mac." from ::Mickey Eiokaa to :Moon: backs and lotovered a fumble. Passes 10-11 0-13;
On the next I Moon[ ,,, the '",':I P.isscs Intl'I'c<,pteti 2 I 0
: TwoQualify was incomplete w. on receiving "
of. If the name of your special to his friends] 05424185 TOO Only Ronnie Philo I
Included. Okla piny Moon carried to the 50 I of two tniii. lulown passes' i'a nrl I"I | I 1', 'ilt.tM: 100 611'I
service man< is not -67-Fort Sill.
From this point to the Initial .>d for one kll'tccIInd] \ extra .. I Punts 0118.5.
we will oe! gUd to publishit Dalton LaMar Hill 353- In \Wins Keystone I I .
,touchdown It wai power all point intercepted l a pass, Fun lcs lost 2 2"Keystono
next week Of course some 611 USCGC Matagorda. tW
the Stefan Rroka demonstrated recoNuicvl fumble ,timed* II 13 12 6 7 3a"CVnti
way. a i
of the luckier will get 3731 C'o FPO San Francisco.
ones I' .
Council Race Invitational his running skill with times. for, 18 vnrils. and made 1 11 Itackles t ,;,,11) I) 0 0 0 0.
Christmas but Call 96601
passes you '
seven consecutive cmi'tea endIng Stefnn Biokns' I''ol'd, ':I 1.1""u- "' Mir 1 < k 11d I I inn
still may want to send greet- Ronald M. Homer VP26Tpt. I Keystone Heights' City up! on the 11. A h'inge of was equally ns mpiisivo" ) is,, hi' S Ilk" !,--: 22 v(1.! i lUll Pass
ings-or tokens, of appreciation 17. FPO. NYC. N. Y. 09- Election on Tuesday. Dec 6. ,Ronnie! Phllo 19-year-old pace saw he ball going to I threw two tin," lid, wn p.'i-- '1 I: *11'1: I..i. H.k.'fI, \t HioknwI .
FSU; Sophomoie came
Our list goes from A to 597. Hlnck who I .iidtnJl : i BI,' k .i- to Mnon., 2Z.' ..
will be a "no contest" affair with closing 29- carrIed over on a rnn 22 \ard alld( Din- \ I -1 i"I".i i "
thioutih a
Z.: Pvt Lyndle Kirtley RA 12- With only two Council Annual run proving: again that dynamite two mote,; c Ui i I,. I I .11' \ i |p i s r fj:. ,,1 k 1 m. 1 run"
?6 65! to win the 5th I
Pfc. Oeofffe F. Allen RA 964198 Co. B. 6th Bn.. 2nd seats to be lilld In the balloting I Keystone- Heights Country can como in somali packages ', 220( 'al'Js 111111 I 111 ...ItI" I I I. 1< ,I M I, ""1, I I'll II] HlHTIIM. to $..

Trtg.r BDS ;IISATO-.' .Port only two candidates Club InvitationAl Golf Tour- I. These si"'P i '"I .p.u; 1 k.. I I K \. B I I. i \1. ,t ii 2;) vd. pass.
Campbell Ky. 42223. (fPvtKlitley qualified for the places by The Indlniw received the ball stone to It.. nut I w n" '" CS : !Mi I, ,us .1 I Ini
KEYSTONE nament Sunday. Ills outgoing/ I ..
was Asst Coach at rive more times: In the firsthalf. '
deadline. .
the They
Thuisdv; ., i score broke the course record
Drive-In Theatre KHS when crafted]. are: I'1111... They were able to score |
on three of these losing )iossctuion '"- ..
James McMurtry US 534- -Charles H Donohoe. now The new hamp, who opened |
Receives 4-H Club Award
36831 Co. H. 11th Bn 4th Inside Florida Central's '
Thurs., Fri.. Sat. completing/ an unexpiredterm with 70. hnd a two-day '
Nov. 2J 1, 25, 26 Tng. BDE Third Platoon, cause-, ) by tha resignation Shiiun Ijinialle. l-ll Club member frmn Hrjli. ., llillits, | total of 135 and was seven 20 yard fumbles.line on the other two
[IMP1.) Fort.. Gordon.. Ga. 30- of Bill Beam. !ri'ccl\i-d: ikllnni-. lYoniimU-s; and 1.'lldl'r..hl.wlIl'd. lit UK 1111ninil shots in front of Rand FdelMein The ai'CQnd! touchdown. came
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-Everett R Fo f an "em- 'liiinqni't' lu-ld 'lhursilaNitv.' : I 17. at 041:< p.in. In I IK' < of Oa'nesvllle A former with a minute and 21 seconds
&a Lt. Chester E. Moody ployee of the DuPont Com
R4 ('liiirle," K.: IliMinrtt" i' IIIHI! .cltl'-tnrluiii <;ri-i-ll ('OM i> SprniKS.' captain of the West Point left In the first. quarter when|
I "Bubba"] Second Brigade' / pany who 1 Is ie-enteiint( the links ti">am. EnJelstein open ,
I'rcsentlni I tlit> iinaril I... :Mrs, :"Margaret K, :s'.I..n.. ( I.Il: ('.oiinl a short punt was picked up' b>
4th Bty C Co.. USATC. Fort political picture after serving!! ed with 68. but baded to..
Kxtcnsliiii; Muni. ._ . \li-irltli, nlso ofKfjHtiniis Mike Aturrhee giving the Indians
Lewis. Wash. on the Council several years l ty '' KiiillonilH A){<'iit. .Jiilin : : 74 for a final 142. the ball on Florida Cen- t Er.fr

Lt. Daniel Pater, Jr. [and ago. rt'ichtHl un u\\anl hi tractor operutliin.piesented .
A Lake C'tv competitor. tral's 22 yard line. Stefan Biokaa \ I
Mrs. Pater] Royal Arms George/ E. LaRue. whose !" onnv Phillips wound up plunged off tackle scat

flfiEWTS? Apts.. Apt 112 Deduls Road! one-year term expires In i Dowling her winning Gland:! Instiuctois Repiosen-I third with 1 149.Chmpionshtp. tered would-be tacklers, and ': .

Mississippi: 1 City Miss. 39562. January v.anot a candidatefor / tap c'arce: number. tatlves and (committee members B honors carried the 22 yards: to pay- ,

Sp4 Rodney C. Paul RA re-election. Other features Included will be honored at the went to Bob Hayes of Keystone I dirt. The extra point was made

14925830 HHC 864 Eng Bn. numbers by the Melrose Girls next lesrulav; meeting. who had a 36-hole 150. by a PUSH from Baker to Hoa- I '
Constr. APt San Ftanclsco Ensemble: Margaret LaMee 1IOMKM: :: .\KI-HS: CIl'H A ev Stephens of Gainesville"as kett I

nciiicoioi* nnd her guitar, Jimmy Wildt Twenty-four members at- secn'lt!. while veteian The third touchdown starred ..
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[Continued On Nnt Page! l INDIAN\ BEACHLake singing comic numbers of his tended the i-'KuHr; monthly Flank\ MI!'S o' (Oalnesvllieas both" :Moon and Stefan Biokas. A.

third with 154.A Keystone received the punt on '
own composition, and a meeting! on November 16 1'
1 { Santa Fe) take-off of Allen Sherman by when Mrs Emily Ison ,and total of 178 competed the Jmlinrn: 41, and ;Moon[ mov ,,

AnnouncingTHE Mr. Jack F. Miller. Sr. David Benson and David:! Mis Helua FlueRKe; irpoit-d hilt> a record 27 foursomes. or I ed it across the 40 yard to
Bonner on the Leadership Meetlnp 108 contests:its. saw actionIn Florida Ctmtral'a 41 on two I im'S'

4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4The The ceramic lamp made conducted by the County the preliminary JAOA- carries. Stefan Brokas then \, .

OPENING OFYvonne's week Is starting out and donated by Mis Elva Council POA pro-am last Fitdav The picked up 12 yards to the 29. ,

early for me, how about you? Scott, was won by the chap- The nomlnatliiK committee winning team wis heRded by Moon( carried to the 27. Keystone' ; ., ,'
Mi and Mis( Tom Ross ter's first Worthy presented VM following slateof Jacksonville'* Lou Broward ",,, score came on a play I : .,

Knitting Nook hay 'list 1 icturnp tn J.."Ir- Beatrice! Schioeder;: 1\l3tron.l\\ officers elm will be Installed with a 10-under-par net 54. reminiscent of baseball's 'Tink i .i t S
to Evers to Chame' '
ers Key.stone's ,i
sonville after an all too short The chapt"r Is grateful fOI'1 at the Christmas That tally was aided by a I
three days :,Lay line ai men the many door prizes: party: and:! luncheon on Dec net hole-in-one by Ed Dick- version wan a pass from
\ lake cottage Mr. Tom did ted by nieiciiants; aiul individuals ember 14: Present Mrs Mil- "y. Mickey Brokas to Stefan BI'o-l| :-
kas to Moon In the end zone. ,
FREE INSTRUCTIONSIIPORTED some fishing:;\ and hunting died Pavto.i( : Vice President The Indians' final score In''
but I undei'tand It was nOthing ImlOla.n'lns( !> : ( : Mrs. Emily Ion: Secretary.Mrs. Garden Club
I the half was n one-yard plungeby
AND DOMESTIC: YARN I to wiltc home about. On November 15, the Deltha Hickey. Trea ur- Of The Lakes Stefan Brokas. \
: I Mike Chitty has been gal- Chapter boomed Its depaitedmembeis er. Mis Mi Gentry, Council Florida Central put together Brokas Named Back Of The \Week

ivantlni all over lately He of the past year In Dplelfate.I's.] :: : Geneva Chab Ians SaleThe a 48 yard drive in the second
Lawrence Boulevard spent Monday until Thurs. a special memorial tribute- The annual Ch'lstmns'! par- I 'but fumble after I
quarter a ( a
Keystone Heights, Florida day with his grandparents.Mr. Earl Havno1'. Bonnie Hard- ty will be hold one week eailler Garden Club of thelakes PUSH completion to the Indians i For Fine Performance Friday
and Mi; J. H. Chitty .enbeiff and Thomas Finley on December 14. In Clay! held rn aU. .IY meeting 12)) was covered by Moon, j

Phones: over in Sta. ke This week. Those paitif-ipatlnd: / were the Electric! hall A covered dish In the craft room of Faith putting an. end to this I I .. .
Res. .1752960KKUVEI Mike has another trip planned file Star Points: Mattie Lee luncheon will be served( and Pii-sbvteilnn Church onVec1mn'simy. The half ended with ..tlII'Cl1t./.. / Stefnn n.>,,111I" fin (Fl\< ,I i III i I"' 1 in I I." ,-. I i iiiirn, .nici.-
IJusinesn 73-1665 for a proposed( hunting!! Kingsbury. Lillian Norwood. each( member will bring an \ Nov. 16. I'leading 25-0' The Indlnns"/ dO- I host,, performnni, o .tit. t tht. v'i< '11 r'I I II ..ffcvtll) aiirlfko himself for
'I outlna: so I think we had I Ell/nbeth Ilimble! Louise exchange nijt.! not to exceed The motlllJ1was/ spent 'enslve line looked cJKCoptloniily / t Koyitont1 II'Mght* ''a"t Fnliv. I- I the /g'toti!
best wait on all the thrilling/, Peiiv and Jean Bonnei" in $1 vilucMi making items for the Christ- good, as It held Florida Con- .I' ( ago In..1. Florlil.i; Ci-nliul I I I111gb II'::4 ll-CI"- 'I''sIl'' \'.
I II addition to the Worthy Mill ." Nell Oravson will be iii'is sale n.h ij fudging; miniature ral: to three first down. (Continued! on next page) on hostess for B TupperwareParty ) ( flower arrangements( ibv1' penalty) and u not gain of i Week honors bealowod. by the I the rut I liar Ic ,,101., hili. in,"ord-

OH \PTMt: BIRTHOtV at her 1 omp on Brooklyn brought by lacmbPis 23 yard Gainesville Sun. lug to Rhoflcn, 'This 'I'llr he

I NEWS NOTESBy The Keystone Chapter was Circle at 10 a. m November After a :sir.dwkh luncheon( Florida Central /got "a good I Playing! his I list hIgh/ school I II lift staiteil; I instituted on November 18. 30. It Is for the bc-nrflt of n shot business meeting was run back on the kickoff. In the I foothill Riime I limknH'. grand I 'own"
Helen Egan: sevencais aso. with Worthy the Junior Woman's Club conducted 'jy the president necondi half "but were able to fin.ilu' included, nn ;ixmaJiInK Hi'okas H outst.tiding in the

Matron n!'ptilce Sihroeder.( Scholarship Fund. Mis Lonnie FtilpllnK Mrs move the bull only four ynid:*I Minis' totil..I nffcn''r I two I luu 283// I dofciwe dl'l"II'III1I"lI also and
I E\STtRN: ,STARHluhllvhts;; and Worthy Patron Ralph Mrs. Delth.1 Hlckov Invites Turnout Tol:es, conservation before, giving: It up to the Indiana downs, two touchdown ions I in'ul<- 11 uniissNtoil,,\ tackles. last

.- I 01 the fashion CiawfoM! everycpp IntdeMrd. In liquid: I: and bird chili'man. asked on clowns on the Indians'. touch,losvfl pissi. niiil II I I tiuk-l'I ;'KrklnvHiB ,
.. '( -:, ,. : world came to Keystone on After the rlosr' of the embroidery to meet at ht'l"I I: members. to do research on 48 yard line Moon and Strf.in Irt lie. ilnno i :KiotintiMl. I I for,i ] 220 v.nils( list: Friilnv
=m-EUU: .' November U when the OES Memorial piomnm. m'm- homo on November 29 at 9:30: '' four common birds the Bmltas alternated on carries to 220 of tin287' v iris I colleiIcl. I gave him n tulil. I ot 1021 for
(j I'I' Lho and II,' his .-.".ioicilli
Mri nin
.. the line where, Moonpiescnteil :
blid. one yard '. lcini
I Chapter cpi<>soied an enteta.nmcnt -' beis and suosts retired to the a. m. mocking birJ. cat by Ki-\. rushing/
decoi- The I Is urged to plan shrike' and tufted titmousefor ( the nigtifs fifth ,,"if"i' 'I''' :lit tinii-
and 1-ush.on Show biinquet! ha'l) where a public / It \\IIM I tvpiinl p m'un i .
'- I ...,. -' -- ... .. a1PT1' blrthd.1V rako made by for the Cl,'"/ County Homemakers I the next meeting Mrs tomhJown< on.. an off-tackle fur t I'm-ponnil\ fiillli. "n k. nut' | Till"( Ki'\-.ti>m" Hli(| id I finishedIs

C I )1et f 1 ky1iii) t--- 1 r I Mis.mJ'o Iicrd. ch.ilmmnnd !; !Mis\ S:=!iMiproi'. wn' -..pivrdbv aiiiiunl\ h Il'nnr': anil' D.in Pal:'r repelled on ,plungeKrvKtiinc's. I hit ,pi-:'ik nf. Ihf yiH., 'H" 101 d"'Io'I" ; II | ,' I bit In t I thi'ir" m" with I.,i"-i 1} fivi i .T-T'niinn's: recHil -

Worthy Matron Dorothy the "f'lotl'she Mia" Aieni '- Hinni i 1' nn lT"-ntiijrr 3 In achievement aw:nils tint ate I llnnl: "('nre wa nn I In, (''''''''h Irf II1..dl'l1:| ,|< I | hi linli.ii'i, ill.!"w. I iinlsix.!
Koons wish U thciithank <- Wilson! MrsTa: I t ha Green Cove Spi IIIKS. pov-lble for the dub to win .ii-rlnl Hlunv 'iwllh pusm-H/ from ., I ,
I express I Jima [fM't f) ,Mll... ,mi'O U 14 '1 go"d I I IeXllOIJI" mint** I In. III'> s i oI.d, I .if ulnst
t .-, for the fine success of Tyre and ]Mrs Schroodcr ('Ill'Kill 'B/AAK: << next year. M nroka.i! to I JI..Hkt.ttlnll/ n 31 i uf l Lii. klml, of i ti'II 11I'1 I I Ii hi./in
$$2.50 I this. venture Members were happy to Around 400) poisons attended rinnl plans wrrrmade for yard pass ','om M. Biokns, to

Fashions. modeled by local hear that :Mr1Lucv Finlcj.. (Tie luncheon which the Chilslm.ns; Sale on Dec ;Moon( moving the bull/ final 1

I people l Jrcw! much applause with u hlchli-lit ol? the Community I 8-9. Keystonefl! 46 diywn to Floilda .
: expects to lie bark > :.is a ';'
) FUCH112 TO 2:00:() ) P.M.: al 20< Another jo;;
Bi7air list Hostesses 1 for: the d iv. Mrs ti yiinl Htilpt'!
especially th" tiny tots.! Joyce after the ['nunk ':iviii i holi- Chinch : ..
THURSDAY, NOVEMHEU 21 John Biennn. Mis[ Ed Lon;- Tinker-Kviins-Chancc. ,, routine -;( / '
MOOIP and Angela Henderson. days Thltl.qdaAJ:) booths (did a oj. \ :l"J ;
On the enei tainment side. wondeitul business thiouKhnit iwkrr( ( and Mis. Sam Oaid- from Homer to Stefan Biokui :
I Past C:.ind Oi I 1evsLE ( to :Moon In the end stone WIfl-- (,1l, ... I,
Our SpecialtyGOOD I littl! nor, seived I icfieshments to -
Family Groups Miss Palatka DebbH! 1!' the "I''v and vlsltOl'S"ume :: "I r. '"
i fiom Jackson.ille.Gminesville. the 22 members and !Ruests! pod UI|> the night's scoilng cxpivparing ': 1. /

NEWS btaikp. and oth- r r :''J0 j (

CONFERENCEOn PI nmip distant points. It Is held by the church and It. as well at those /'" .,../ .,' )
afp to say that this was the thinks an extended to who Patronized the viulousconrGsMoiu. ; !t'1'lI'

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W. T. Miller of New ZealandC. Service & Parts ForVOLKSWf1F.N SHOP Hlwav I I0 ). IIrshome-23:

Luncheon 12 To 1:30 $1.25 Ernest Tatham of Palm Beach Edith Johnson. Owner Miles SF. of M. rke ,

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Dinner 5:45: To 6:45: $2.25 Have It & Creative ands. of Plants A: Fruit

Schedule Always Plenty of Good Used HairStYling Tlees to choose fiom, Nice AMi.it's: / 1111>1.... >.tilir.. ln.m;' N. en-\: l II n repay, in
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At The Famous Open Tuea.-Sat. 9-5; In containers ;lant anytime t this hank! (';.111 MIM,! alt >'our :rift-.iMn.: j .. ; problems;,
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Opening. S,- 10:30: AM.: : Closed Monday Camellla.* & azalea
Dinner __n -_ 12 Noon Siipi-r __ IIU:! .\.:.M.Morn. ,\UTO SERVICE Kpvotone. ifeights. 471-48A5 Let us do your landscaping. ( Juickl !
Palmetto Supper _on -- 5-30:: I',%I. : rl4e.. _- I 11.00.M.I : ) : Phon- 5515585PACKACE AVIiil, I mine1oitr loan i. t'-''' I In repay. Inconvenient
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:Senile; "' 10-00: ,\.". Ei': Seriu'. 7.30: ) I'.M. USED CARS AT Sales & Service KEYSTONE STATE

100 Lunch __ Ii Noun Package Store &
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KEYSTONE Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Dwyer not so pleasant nor so far to drop Into Mrs Yvonne I v'vvyvyyvvvvvvvvvvvvvv sey and Mark went with Mr. Friday hospital.Mr. in tile. arauroraCounty

second place. far away. We had a sinister Karow's cozy little Knitting Indian Beach I I1'Ft'om and Mrs. Doley Hersey on CLAY"HILL i ::1:1B and Mrs. Clarence

Last week's winners were secret we were keeping; from shop next to Belotes Having THERESSABy Sunday to North Side Like; Mo.slcy and family of Jacksonville

HILITESreeeing, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond everyone In feneral-a traffic been to the shop we have Butler to do some hunting visited Mr. and Mrs.

tames., ticket-.a.id when we had developed a re-awakened Interest Preceding Fane] and have a eat-out. Mr*. Howard Padgett Henry Mosley Sunday.Mr. .

"(From page) There will! be no meeting to pay the damages! who In the art. It I is truly details. Becky.!( : New ham Last Thursday afternoon Phone 289-4132 and Mrs. L. E. Padgett

this week-due to the holidays should be the one to receiveit fascinating to see those VonCille Grtffis Mr. and and sons of Starke visited
Mrs. Wilbur .
Mr. .........
: and .
CIlf.! 6312.tc --and It !i.> hoped that our next door neighbor. VI stitches grow. For us it is too "Red" Neal have been enjoying Mrs. Willie Hersey. AA AA..AA. Mrs. Padgett's[ parents, Mr.

I.. Re U'er "- FA 364- 'all Duplicate Bridge fans in Ridaught. So that others fascinatIngwe can't put It some good fishing lately.A NEWS Gladys Williamson went to CHURCH NEWS and Mrs. Hiram Padgett

483 UBCOC E..ing Strait.IWAVP Keystone Heights will attend may benefit from our experience down. (Better we should usual, "Red" got his The marriage of Miss Ce- Jacksonville to pick up Von- The Clay Hill Baptist Sunday.

-.-382)). FPO San the next session! on December we advUe that the have stayed home.l But If share per of schooling bass when lisa Bryant to Don Lee of Cllle's father. L. V. Williamson. Church held a weiner roast Mrs. Mattie Carter of

Francisco Calif &66O1.Ooige 1.TEEING. pretty red sln; on the end of you have time [you lucky he was on a work shift per Gainesville will take place In who has been working last Friday night. It was well Jacksonville visited her sister -

David Schaeffer B OFF 39th Street outside of Gainesville peoplell I] you should stop and mitting. On Sunday evening, Hope Baptist Church Wed in the Bahama: Islands. They attended and afterwards a Mrs. Lilla Mae Carter
38-20-05 Co. Second As last and not the beautiful and nesday night. Nov. 23. at 8:30: also visitnd Mr. and Mrs Church. The
B. Bn.. previously reported means STOP see yarns they got a couple of perch while In sing in the Sunday.Mr. .

NATTC Naval Air Station week was a I busy one for the SOLWand a.s L'll Orphan needles, et cetera. Yvonne and a nice bass. before they o'clock. Leon Toir.linson Tomlinson Maxvllle Quartet and the and Mis. George Carter

[541 Memphis Tenn 38115. ladies of the Keystone Women Annie says, "The goblins will will teach you advise you or were driven In by rough Plans for the Christmas Jacksonville Mrs. since "Weeks Family" from Penney and Mrs. Bertie Manning

Pro. William R. Thomas: Golfers Asfoc., and we are : get YOU if n you don't assist you-whatever your requirements water. program weie! discussed at a is reported roing fine Farms also some from the visited Mrs. Manning's husband -
Jr. [Rowan RA 14953335 happy to report that they watch out!1" are. Her shop meeting of Sunday School I she had surgery. Mr. Long Branch Church. It was Jessie Manning in the
I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby church visit through ,
Co. C. tat En.. [CABN 501st had some wlrners.On NEWS FROM: ST. '. makes a nice-and different Jacksonville teachers heM after will a wonderful occasion. Gainesville hospital Sunday.Mr. .
Strickland and son of Ralph then will leave:
last Supt. Thanksgiving'
Infantry Fort Campbell. Ky. Tuesdaj. Nov. 15. at WILLIAM'SThe 'addition to our business The Clay Hill Holiness
were down on Sunday back to and Mrs. Howard Pad-
42223. the Ironwood Country Club ladles of St William's Bryan In chall e. on Monday to go Church workers started a
to visit and have lunch In Jacksonville on
through6th pett were
t In Gainesville held lovely II Boys and girls 1st work. Saturday and got
Freda Wymanwon a
Catholic Church" roof
Mortis B new
Thompson 317396 with his sister. Mr. and Mrs. grade, are Invited to the Mr. and Mrs. Charles business la& Monday:! and
HAJC Co.) 612:! T7SNTC. San in the A group; Lucille reception at the home of I James Bobbins and sons. The Life Bible Club meeting Weatherlll of Fort Myers well under way. Anyone havea visiting relatives.
Starnes, in the B In Mel- New toward the roofit
Diego Calif. Group; and Mrs. Philip Kromer donation
92133. men folks managed: : to get a after school Mondays.Don't Mr. and :Mrs. O8neWeather11l
lJffJ or .
afternoon. appreciated.Call
Martin in the C Tui day Greatly
Jimmy Ray Wlntgate. RA Kitty rose on I little huntings: In and claimedto forget Sunday ord Joann of will be
Group. Nov. 15, to honor Mrs. Anna correspondent 289-
14925968 Ward 7-3. 106th or LimerickCity. Interdemonlnatlonal have gotten a few squir School to 10 a. m. We have Michigan were recent guests' your > It TilE RIGHT POINT for the
she will pick up.
Josephine K.rby and
Wednesday. Nov. 16. at the 4132
Gen. Hospital. APO San Ireland Mrs. Kirby is Community Church Dr rels.Mrs. 140 enrolled, and 103 were In of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Nelson PERSONALS way you write. Come In and
Francisco. Calif.. 96503. Oolf-a-RouncI. played the mother of the pastor A. C. Hot. minister: Mrs Johnny Ross Is now attendance last Sunday. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. -Mr and Mrs. William Par- "t'lect your favorite ESTF.R-

Pvt. Michael E. Zlke. RA Duimellon. Fran Livingston who George Canava. organist! employed as a teacher's aide Morning Worship 11 a. m. James Bi-eeclen and family. Thanksgiving BROOK fountain pen. TELKGHAPII. -
Edward Kirby, had
Father family
low net in the A Group.At rish and :
11-669-741 Co. P. QMSTC, won recently sited{ his homeland Sunday school. 9:30: a. m ''at Melrose High School, I Training Union 6:30: p. m. Miss Elaine: Akridge of dinner Sunday withMr. .

Class 87-46 Fort Lee. Va. the tournament in Pa- brought his mother Mooning Worship. 11 .. m understand. She reported for Evening Worship! 7:15.: Wednesday Starke was.. guest at my and Mrs.Allen Crews .
23801. latka on Nov. 17. sponsoredby work the latter part of October night service house Saturday afternoonand
[Nursery both hours]. prayer
back to the States for the open and son, Mr and Mrs. Wayne
William C. and Mrs,1 Car- the Exchange Bank of and says that she just 7:30.: night and went to .
holidays. He was also presentat and Myra Parrlsh
nes Oak Hill Park Lot B-21 Palatka. Zee Tolles won a the pirty. Delicious refreshments Presbvterian loves the capacity she Is Mrs. Wayne Hersey, the church with me on Sunday. Panish

St. Mary's Road Columbus, beautiful trophy. From all prepared by the Faith Presbyterian Churcn working: in. former Peggy Crenshaw of BIRTIID\Y TARTY Brooker.William Parrlsh and ,.

Ga. reports. this was one of the ladle were served -Rw J. R. Neale Ji min Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis Gainesville was honored Eddie Dickinson entertained children Mrs. Nellie Lang and 4f

DUPLICATE BRIDGE most elaborate tournamentsthe Until further notice, Mon I.telllW: W' I1IU'<', or have been enjoying their with a bridal shower on his friends at the home of Pat Par1'1shere visiting in 11.Er ; .

The Keystone Duplicate local lady goiters have day evening Novena Servicesat ganist! ; Mrs. Carl Swisher, commuting son, Kearnes. Tuesday night, Nov. 15, In his! parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Saturday.

Bridge Club sponsored by attended. A delicious dinner St. William's will begin at summer organist. I The company, that he Is an the educational building of I W. Dickinson. last Sunday. Jacksonville Leon drier Is 1 in Atlanta,

., the Keystone Heights Wom was served in the evening. 7 7 p. m. rather than 7:30. Sunday School 9:44: .. m electrician with has had a the church. Arrangements of The occasion was his 9th Ga. this! week on business.

an's Club meets every Thurs- After 18 hard-played holes There will be a Thanksglv- Morning Worsfhlp. 11 a. m. Job going on In Gainesville, faU flowers were used birthday. Padgett is home

day evening at the Masonic what could please a golfer Mass on Thursday afternoon. Sunday Nursery open both so Kearnes stays with his In decorating. Refreshmentswere ACCIDENTS Yugan Memorial Hospital -

Hall. Session' start at 7:30.: more than a big thick juicy Nov. 24. at 5 p. m. Since so houn.J parents during his work served after the honoree Cherry bombs can be dan from the after Clay spending sometime TREE PRAYINIJ

sharp, rather than at 8 p. m.. steak, ? Which la what they many of us have so much to -Eat.co'alat. week and goes to his homein opened her gifts, and a gerous. Steve Crowder was there.

as they did previously. Fremont had: be thankful for It will surelybe Anne's Rev. Of. W Tampa over the weekend. number of !games: were play playing with one and it went Mrs. Bernice Coody under- SPANISH

Tolles will direct the SMALL WORLD DEPT. well attended.Remember WorstaU. vicar; B. O. Coixekuud I'll Just bet he is enjoyingthe ed. Among the out of town off In his hand. Steve was in last week In the

weekly sessions from now on. I From time to time, we Catechism Class organist.. harvest of his Dad's I guests were the bride's mother the kitchen at the time. It went surgery Hospital In Orange

Winners at the first meetIng have reported pleasant little held for grade school Ser beautiful garden nearly as Mrs. Roy Crenshaw. and blew his fincers:: off. He lost Duval MOSS KILLS;
es are Morning Prayer and Park. We wish' her a speedy
were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Incidents here two Key- children each Sunday morn- mon. 2nd and 4th Sundays! well as his mother is enJoyIng -I her grandmother Mrs. Alma about two pints of blood and .
Bachmann. first place, and stoners happened to meet In cooking It for hdm! Copeland. of Melrose. had to stay In the hospitalover recovery.Mr.
half I
Ing after mass, for one 9:30: a. m. [nursery 0J)6n.1 1 ; and Mrs Howard Pad- TREES!
far-away places. This holidays -
was PERSONALSMrs. a week. With the
hour. Sessions are always Holy Eucharist: and sermon We were sorry to hear that Mos-
I Ben Powell of Miamiis here, lot's( all be careful sett and son end Henry
-!. over at l 9 a m. 1st and 3rd 0:30 A David Rape had some minor Hellbronn
--- I Sundays, :: visiting her brotherinlawand and fireworksand ley visited! in
iEREiiiERE recently has already with our (guns!
I M. [nursery' open J. Cnurcx.Softool surgery sister, Mr. and :Mrs. E. let this be a safe and : Springs/: Sunday afternoon It smother beautiful shade

1k Serving Florida George and? Rosalie Colgin 9::30 A. M. "Huiy Euoharlst recuperated work and gone withoutour backto S. Sibley through Thanks ] happv holiday.INTERMEDIATE! I with Mrs Padgett's sister frees and fruit bearing trees by
u hive return from a vacation '' contracting I
8 each Sunday Silcox and fam
Sine 1950 I a. m. giving. : PARTY Mrs. Minnie restricting breathing. Florida Pest
trio to Virginia Beach even getting wind of his ,
a74. Evening Prayer. 7:30 P. M Illness. So glad backon Mrs. Flory Sullivan has A gay time was in store for ily. Control 'la equipped to kill It for
Va.their former home you are I
a.M. 8,, .6.- I where they enjoyed two weeks each Sunday. EYC. 6'j::' : P. M the mend Mr. Rape. come home from the hospital those ..attending::! : the weiner Mrs. Howard:! Padg? tt, Hll- you protect your 'Investment.,
I each Sunday. and is improving very roast given last Saturday dred Carter nnd father. Hardy This expert service l I. lust a* flier

__ '. -- -- .......... -- -- or were seeing real! old ports! friends.and They flew Dally] offices of Morning Mrs.in Bill a single Payne car was accidenton involved well after &ugery. night for members of the Intermediate Padgett/ vIsited Mrs. Alma at your phone. Simply call ,

I and Evening Prayer, 8::00 A Mrs. Jackie Hersey wa.. recently Class at the Community Harris in Jacksonville last
both ways. her route home from work
Mrs. Carolyn
Cordially I attended I M. and 5:00: P. M. In Perry to visit her Cental.' : Wednesday afternoon. FLORIDAPEST
Eaves Mrs. Lena Clemens in Gainesville on Wednesday
Betty. Games were enjoyed after, Our deepest sympathy goes
the St. Augustine Diocesan -Baptist night. The car was not hurt
Representative Welcomes/ I Board meeting in Orlando Worship services Sunday too badly and we are so hap Mr. and :Mrs. D. L. Kite roistlng weiners and marshmallows I to the family of the Rev. Edgar CONTROL
17J : : Ella Kite around a big fire. Norman pastor of the ff CHEMICAL CO.
Ph. 964-4241 last week. to see that Vivian came and sister-in-law
Yea and Your 11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. [nursery py Louise Church of Lawtey
122 N. Bay St. Miss Anna McCullough Is I I, out with "nary a of Daytona were guests: of Those attending were I Baptist
Starke Family to Your back at home at White open 9:15 just shaken up. scratch"-I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Herseyon and Larry Batten Jackie. Mr. Norman passed away DIAL
Sunday School. : a. m Frlscillft
New BOOM Donna sr-artman,
Feather Court after a 5-week nursery open], Training Ui On Saturday! afternoon we, Sunday.Mr. White, Susie Taylor Oriffls. and! Ernie Trie-st,
Sue 964-3965
visit in Maryland with her and Mrs. L. K. Childs Dodd
ton. 6::30 p. m. [nursery open 1 began our "fall-time woods Cheryl Griffls. Martha I Mary Lou Onann was in
niece and husband. Ann and roving." We cut through were In Ne\\1 erry on Sunday.Mr. .
The State of Florida -CatholicSt. Her- Ann Batts, Bicnda and Carol charge.
: Clarence Fothergill. at Piney Williams Fr. Edward A. wooded areas! when possibleand and M"s. Junior

It. b Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and Point.with another, She also niece had Mrs.a Rita day Kirby, priest In charge Mrs.E. looked for possible! to -- = -=__. ,---..- r- .
hunting Stopping
To Acquaint You With Your City. Walker and son Johnny in A. Lamm organist.: .Investigate anything that
SundaY-Mass, 7:30: a. m.
i Chevy Chase Md. Monday Inquiry Class. 7''', looked Interesting we also
If in the phones] Lt. and Mis. Robert Rich I off the AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
yon are new area, a t p. m, Novena> and Benediction. stopped along way
ards and three children fromI 7:30: p. m. \ for a visit with our former
call win bring yon a prompt visit I I Pensacola were visitors at neighbor. Mrs Edna Klnchen

I the home of Mrs. Richard's of Cross Creek She is doing
from your local host.... Pleas give TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
parents\fr.! and Mrs. Chester fine in her new surroundingsand
h.. a eafl! Sh baa maps and many I Moody. on Brooklyn Bay Circle elect way you you write.favorite Come KSTKR-In and well she should: with a Air Conditioning-Heating! .,.I CHAIN SAWS ''LADIES WEAR : Office Equipment

-last weekend. Mrs. RIch- beautiful new sixty foot Sun
I BROOK .ountaln pen. TKLE- Hancock Office
fro and wonderful gifts for yotrmm I ards will be remembered as GK.VPH. Home parked! overlooking the RUSS PIKER A. & J. Saw I Cherry'sGainesville's

Lynda Oayle Moody. I channel that leads from ?
local I
businesses. Incidentally! ladles Cross Creek into Lochloosa Co.
I you Authorized Alrtemp & Mower Most Fashionable
who like to knit are advised Adjustable Vinyl Book' Lake. & Air Condltli/nlne I
Heating Joe Anderson Mgr.Elomelite .
Covers. All sizes 30 cents ea. Address For Ladles
Just a note as a final reminder I Dealer
at The Telegraph.A : Community Thanksgiving I SHEET METAL Chain Saw DRESSESSUITSCOATSliI.tTERNITY
I CUry Victor-Totalla
services will take place Commercial SALES & SERVICE!
.. Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH Kldental I Adding Machine Calculator.
at 7:30 at
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: : 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North
toi %; '. FI.OIIIU/. Gainesville
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Woman and What" God ? beat Motor Repair GAINESVILLE 372-8191
John w Plnhnlnter. rtooeanffd.oll Gainesville. 378-1346
1 tellers to Eugenia the personal Price freedom opens new offered avenues > ,<... of Fllliiir Prtltlon Fin B & G Motors Co.CADILLACOLDSIOBILE. Of OaIne.vlfl, Ino.
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1 page of this exciting new book : Is hereby given that I : Repair1ngRCWindiTtSNew :MotorcyclesScooter.Streit's:1 : TILES & PAINT
i points) the way to release from the hat' filed I my final returns AflAilmlnlHtnitor and Used
.. unhealthy attitude that make ua ks cum textamento SALES &; SERVICE
than our best I ann....(, ')f the Estate of John WORK GUARANTEED Bicycle Shop
Dr. Anna B. Mow eaOt Tht Wider W T'lnholstor, deceased< ; that I Fine Selection of Used Cars 1030 S. Main Gainesville
float "Eugenia Price'strongest non have fllil my petition for diH.I Taken On Cadillac Trades Phone 372-8318 FLTN'TKOTE TILE
'. tcrioa bock yet: the incut beantifuHfnttMV I trlbutlon anil for final dinrhartre. HONDA MOTORCYCLES
.iA the deepest Jntighu.1. I and that on December 1001 N.W. 13th., Rl. 411 I "tnyl-Vlnyl Asbestos
5th 1980. I will apply to the Cunhman <& Veepa Scooters
\ ; )) .m vun pucr-iooAT-MJ a Honorable Theron A. Yawn. PHONE 376-7315 FARM: EQUIPMENT: Floor Finishing Products
: \\\'iljlj\' Cuunty Judge of Bradford DucaIBS.ZundappMotorcyc1uSales!
, : SCRIPTURE C-iunty. Florida, for approvalof DCKALITE PAIST-
mild final returns and for an CRANELlNOOLNlEnotBT Santa Fe Tractor, & Service
BOOK ROOMRt. order of distribution anSI for GYM FINISH
final' dlm'hartr a. ailmlnlHtrn- : Inc. SCHWINN BICYCLES I
tor of the estate of John W.
A Service
1 Box 276 p nholster.' d..''e..sed. Authorized Locksmith & Safe
GalnMVllK FORD Work I Tenney Tile & Paint
i. 906 EX University
jt t\ Keystone Heights Fla. November Z.7th.w. 1 HAMrrvrox!8fl. Phone 372t261Crane's ,
Farm Tractors & ZmpleunentJFVjrd 818 W
3265S; ; TITOMAS? & PIERCE: University Ave. 3223 N.W. 6th Bt.

Sent Prepaid When Remit. Attorneys at Law Imports Industrial Machinery. Gainesville '
P O Drawer 1010 Gainesville 378-1302
Accompanies Order. .., F"ri.lailIO ? LANDROVBR 4 Wheel Drive<

Add State Tax. I I 4t l'"l Volvo (:M.rcedelt-Bens) SALES.: PARTS, BERVZCQ)

: Not for Florida 3201 N.FIAT-HILLMAN Main Gainesville 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville< : TRAVEL

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NOV. 21, inon.. nmnronn conNrr Tr.. OftArn. NTARKK.RECREATION "", .m" "'""' ......,..

i leome. I TuE'Rdav-Novena.u1d: Benediction. i Training: Union 7 p. m. Evenin I BETHEL BAPTIST1 <; -
I in the 2nd 1 ptrlod is Lawtcy'sace New VFW Post I : "CI.
Bennett I 7 p. m. Inquiry Class.I ? ,Service.::; B p. m. Rv Sunday School 10 ..
quarterback Joey
Is Being I FIRST CHRISTIAN I I,,8 p m. ; Lucy CM.way. pastor Mornlnn Worship' 11 a.
20 scoring
NEWS i ir hit on a yard CHI HC II STAKKK: ,
and CHURCH I Thm.sdaand Friday Evonlng Worship. T:30 p. i>
to J. a. Oladleux
pass Organized Here Sunday 8"hool9::4\:\ a. mMornlnR' nntrii" OF .on i
Luwtuy held u 0-0 luaj at 10:43 Mass. 7:30: a. in. M:10: a m Praj.6.Meeting.\. ; 730 P. n. .
Worship : n I
422 N St Clalr St.. Starke. W. I
Wednesday. Rev. *
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l.vsr" half time. A new Florida Post of Veterans NEWS m. Chi-lstU.i Service Hour, i !for grad. and hlah fccnool BtUten' Sun School 10 a. m "
) Ill > 4th: qiiiil.r,) Drew Binryj' i ay pastor.
!Midway! of: the 3rd period.;! i Newman ..,.
Small Fry FlaK: Football'Tuesday M'ore.1 for, the Colts to put of F.ireiiiii Wars is being : 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. : .;I II II Worsh.p( services. '1 11.. m and ...
Conner buck in the I
: got g.une
Nov. ;5) them ahead 14-12. The Packers : organized in St rke. according 1 Youth Chou I I Saturday Masrt, 9.30 a. n.IIEILRRONN 7:30:: p m. YPE. Wednesday. t N-ORTHSIOE BAPTIST
and .
Stanley Miller raced
In the l.i-st name the t-amc rluht back and as :: to p-inouncement( b.vDcpaitment nitsr U.\I'rls'r i Practice, 3:30: p. m. Fellow 7:30: p m. Prayer Meeting. ,j Located on JSayiess ,ttl ll-> "
bulled his for 65 yards.
,Packers deie-.tcd;I the Rams scored on a pass from SU've Miller was rut way by four or five Commander Robert (:lit'1HII. STAKKE ship Supper, 6:30: p. m. :Midweek : : :. BAPTIST FrIday 7:30:: p. m.-Rev. L. S.WIIlam j: way ISR 223at( ] Raltoni' Road
M. Bro kmann of Miami. I Bible Study. 7:13: m ..
the p. <
20-14. Steve Thomas led Thomas to Victor; Ctrlffis and : pastor.PRF.SB'TERIAN. ISR 181. Services: SundaySchool. -
winners, scoiirit\ one touch lead (' different players: but refused Assisting In th9 organization : Sunday Sunday School: Adult Choir Practice. 8:00: p Sunday School 9:45: n. m 10 a. m. SundaV U
the Packers took the
to be dcnie-l! the score. MOI'runs'Worship.. 11 a. m.
work is Al Allnms Com- : Worship. nRsT t .
Morning m.
down passiru for another. 0:45: a. m. Worship. It a. m. '
and the game;! 18-14. the first of the 6:30 Morning
On pliy Training Union. : p. m '
Andy Crews aided another 1 Football Triple Ileiulcri 'I m-inder! of VFW District 6. in 11 a. m.. sermon "Th? BAYLESS H'OHWAY I Sunday School, 9:43: a. m. Training: Union, 6:30: p. mnEvening
final quarter. Larry Brown 7:30: Midweek
Evening Service
on a beautliul 40 yird kick- I which the new post will be Strange!! Refusal of the /( Morning Worship. II a.m. 7:30. Mid- .
i football
'I hel'e1111 be a j end for 10 I
I sped; itroun: BAPTIST CHURC'H Prayer Service. 7:00: p Ii '
located. Local assisting Greatest tnvlUMon. TrainIng 6 '""
men Youth Fellowship m.
off return. Dale Johns pacE'dthe p. I Wedne
nightDel' Prayer
( triple hei-ier Saturday I yards:! Joey Bennett added Edward Sunday: School.: 10 a. m. m. Woollel'day.Tl0Y' Johnson "
TD In the new project are Union. 6:13.: Evening fholr Practice Thursday 7:30:
.Rama, scoring one 3 at the BUS football the extra print and Lawtey 'day, 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Law----
810V "TheTal'es Mornins Worship. 11 a. m pastor. ,.
Jackson of Worship. 7:30.: sermon. p. m. "
and passing for another. field. The flist game at 7 1'.1 had 13-C lead. hon, pastor.
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I Training Union 6 p. m.
Pratt St. and Carlton Me- Planted Among: thu1Wheat. !
was a .
tome SMYRN.
will match the Small Fry '
m. 1 threatened to tie it up butLnwtcy's Evening Service, 7 m I'
I Minus, 749 N Lake. i J.KEn.I"n CALVARY BAPTIST ..u
real cliff hl1l: er. ns the Cowboys Flag Football boys who will defrr.se BAPTIST CirCltCHB33
held tookovel' in the VFW I If R. A. Everyone welcome. -Rev. M ,,' .
Monday meeting
lost" their first! game of Bantam Membership -- ) CHURCH Sunday School to. MV-"
srndmte:: to the downs and I W. Pratt St. Sunday
on ground .
the season t.> the Colts 18-13. Laaus next vear. The second out one last TD drive with limited to men, who' have 0:30: p. m. Youth Choir prac- |' pastor.tSSKMRLY 41-rvlees" '' : Sunday School. 10 a Sunday School. 10 a. m.I Morning Worship 11 *. m .
The led all the cerved or ar", now sprvlna in tlee. Bible Saivey Class 7 p. : Union S3O p. rD..
Cowboys! way name at 8111 match the tarry Brown' going In from 3 OF UlHlnnvAV m Prenrhlng. 11 a. m. Traln- Morning Wonuiip, 11 a. m., Training :
until the last play; of the ball I '-rauatlng: Bantom playel'S.The vards out. Bennett passed to the U S. Armed:! Forces overseas m. I CHAPELWeldon : .np Union. 6:15: p. m. Evening Training Union 6:30: p. m'l I Evening Service, 1:301: Prayer .....
STame with the score 13-12. Bantam teams will be In engagements! fo" Tuesday Junior Choir WorshIp 7 Everyone Evening Worship, 7:30.: Meeting. Wedne d'llY.' 7:10: p.m. .
Wayne Teuton for the E. P. St. and RalfordRoad. p m.
Tommy Reddish passed: :: 20 reached by the RecreationDcpirtment I which a campaign badge; or oraeticc. Sunbeams. 3:30: = er Meeting" Wednesday. : -Rev. R. U. Butler, pastor. ,
And Lawtey 1'ad completed a Sunday !School' 10 a.m welcome. Elder T. C. Williams
yards to Don ild Kettles for conchescf medal is authorized.! All veterans m. O. A.. 4'mWednesday P'I -Rev. Jim Rigdon 7:30'1
vs i perfect 6-0 .season. Miller's! Morning Wornttlp.. 11 11.. m pa-stor. AIRPARK BAPTIST
interested in joining ; Bible
the game winning touchdown ; SurveyClass
and: the Colts upset! th!? Cowboy : final the Bantam of League.the: evening The touchdown was the only the new Post, or getting further 9:30: a. m. Prayer!,I Evening Service, 7 p. m. ItenJP'fISl BOATDRAIN BAPTIST Sunday School. 0:45: _. m.J', .'
anw :
*' 18-13. Tommy Reddish I score /given up by the League infotmatlon l about It Meeting./ 7 .'. m. Church i Tuesday Prayer Meeting. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. -
will t e th.'ll"n'8: Flaw Foit-: Chuml>lons. 7:30: Thursday Youns I Sunday School 9:49: : a m,
led the Colt--. although not Florida should call Jackson or Mc- Choir practice. 8 p. m. i iThursdiy p. m. Morning: Worship. 11 a. m Evening Service, 1::30 p. m. .,. .
ball i
Lcii'juc\ play-off. Following\: the trophi"i People's MeetliiR 7:30: m. Morning Worship 11 n. m
game p.
soaring any points himself. Manus. or uiite them at the: \ Youth ChoirBoys Training: Union 6:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting. Wednee d'"Y' .
Pest Control nm Sim-lair were presented to Law toy : I II Pastor Leroy Llghtsey. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.
and .,p& &ed for three touch 2nd abov'' Addl'. Rehearsal. 3:30: p. m.j EvenliiK Worship. 7::30. Prayor 7:30 p. m. Training Union.
Oil finished In a.Ie\ for : I
ns Leajruc cnampions! and to Prayer! Meeting.( Wednesday
downs. Donald Nttles scored I place and uie /gome will determine Conner, as runner-up." VFW post and their Ladle Study Course for Adult I LONG:. BRIDGE BAPTIST 7:30:: p. m..--Rev. Luther MeGee. ME''tlllVedne ay. 7:30p. : Friday, 7:30: p. m. -Re,. E. U .
two and Ken Fuqua one EJ- the runner-up of theMen's Auxiliaries! sponsor a' Woikers 7 p m. CHURCH pastor8ROOKJR m. -1 Rev. H. E. Bergstrom.p Orinis p .gtor.

die :Blalock scored on TD and L--iirue. ....yy... y ..yyy variety of sen Ice projectsfilmed Friday Primary Choir Sunday School 10 a. m.; _tor. -
Jmmy( Cissy scored the other I 1 1I at the betterment of practice 3:30: p. m. : BtFTIST HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
n.intatn Football! 11
I II. Morning Warship a. m. .FINE U'ELr'rJIIT: wC
tor( the Cowboys. In the last league Raines of thlr local communities as I Evening Worship 8 p. m : C Highway 100 at :ThereisaJ.
Kin I II Sunday Schoel.l 10 a, m Sunday School. 10 it. mMorning
slev Lake well as helainff: veterans and FIItSTIETIIOUIST:
Thursday 17
Nov. .
the .season. Holiday Inn and Prayer Meeting Wednesday Sunday School 10 A. m. ...
Morning Worship 11 a. in ,
Wurihip 11 a. nr .
I TneTcowboys added anothert I their families. One of their! I. CHURCH STARKE 11..'
Southern Discount; played: to 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at Morninst: Worship -
I Training Union. 6:30: m
I p. Pre-Services ( Booster Bam.
*>,roiects Is fie VFW Voice of
'rtctory 'ay blanking the :\11''''. K. :M. Norton
seorcle tie. This was a 8 m. Rev. Harvey Lana. m. ullbTralnlngr
a ( Sunday -- Church School. p. Evening Worship 7::30. Prayer I Young People( ar-d Pray.
DemON Contests
aa.m. -12-0. Eddie! Bin lookaooreg'all Phone 53.120H1tlUKdl acv
; nigged defensive (same as 9:43: a. m. Morning; Worship, oas tor. Meeting. Wednesday. 7:30.DEDA.V : 6 Union -8:30: p.
th awards $13.500 In wholnrshlps Servlrcl. p lu :E>:/enlrtsWorship ,
points for the
neither round could muster YTyy..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. pach vpar to winners!! of ,,11 a. m. Snack Supper for 7 p. m Midweek I I n. .?......?..
I Cpwboy Tl. ftisit TD crime ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC : BAPTrrt: I Broker]
offensive threat. 7:15-
nn n broadcast:! script-writing MYF. 6 I p. m. MYF meetings, den-ice, Wednesday.. 7:30: p Evenlna; Worship :
in the 1st
o. a 13 run STARKE
The final :I'lIne:: of the .sea SnUUl'LESKlnj.sley : I contpllt.i 8:30.: EveniiiT Worship, 7::30. I Sunday School to n. m. m -nev. D I Ramsey pas 1m.
quarter end the second in .\ Lake Baptist: Sunday Mass 9:13: 11.. m Morning Worship 11 a. I *
I son pitched Icaxu: ; lending i "The VFW also promoted Monday Prayer Group m tor. Wednesday Night Prayer ;
the 4th quarter on a 30 yard
I run. undefeated ir.cl umcored on Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. I de'-al f pnd state leeislation meets in Laciles, Bible Classroom .

Lawtey a/I\I""t/ twice defeated : Morning Worship. 11 a. m. of benefit to vterans and 10 a. m. Olrl Scouts I I .
In the spcond the
j tramr. Conner Insurance and it I Tialninu UMlon 6:15.: Evening .1 their denendents" Commander meet in Fellowship( Hall,

Packer defeated( Colts by ncore'of
\vas i Ihllll.lIh final out- I Woiship. 7::30. Midweek ,3:13.:
I 18-14. The Puckers! Prayer Sou Ice. Brockmnnn said. An investment in Your Future
'coin in dtiiiljt: until late, in Wednesday. Wednesday Primary j
led at th> half 12-8 on in\ t'v' fn i'l |p <"o The f 11
touchdowns !&> st> ''e Thomn r "'I. :d w -tlileithei 8.30Rev.. Jim Klgdon. pastor vllle was a Saturday supper pr.ictlce 3IS.: : Prayer Meet

'I (and Bruce Tuckci Tomnv. !le ,in !t 11 rt ''iM Ted n guest of lin meaner. Mrs. J. i In//{. 7 p. m.Thursday. mrn rnoo m
Reddish nccl( ''h"( uc'i-( e bu tin, League( Beulah Baptist: Sunday M. Bradley.Mrs. I Cub Scout la
down for tli- Colt Eau! In I .
> Cnamp .11 i kisci i 6 p ''line. :;" -hool 10 a. m. Morning i-nuly Silcox Is visiting Den 4 meet In Fellowship :

I __ Worship. 11 a. m. Training her daughter Lucille Hall. 3IS.: Chancel Choir rehearsal .I

t WI --, ,QJUII Union 6:30.: Evening Wor- and iamlly in Sebrlng. 7:39.MADISON: (). .
hip 7.30. Midweek: Prayer AMH-1: Kenneth. Molt Is

SE''Il'e'edncsd.tY.. 7:30: p.Rev. home on leave with his uife STREET: 14Hi1Klmaw.i

m R. L. Taggart! pastor and daughtMr. ?;!';-. BAPTIST CHURCH "
and Mis. F. J. Saun- [l.trrtwffillir lliit@JjWHWlfH1Mifllitit@1J j j.t"

f TRAINING:. I'NIOV SOCIAL: deis und daughter of Penney Sunday School 9:45 amMornlnir

The Intermediat. ; Training Farms weie: Tuesday evening Worship 11 am 1
Union of Kingsley Lake Baptist visitors of the Ray Millers.Mrs. Youth Choir practice. 4:45: p. I .:::: :: % GOOD NEWS :::::::::
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I Church met at the home Jcs.lWoolen and I Idaugl1Ler. m. Tralnlns Union. 6:15.: WMU 0

II' ot their leader. Mrs. E. :M. C'ttherine' of Atlanta Prayer Clrcls.' : 715.: Evening << :

Norton last, Ihursday even- GH. were Monday. Worship. 7:30.Wednesday: .
I' afteinoon Prayer and 11 An excited alivenessl.! .That descrtries a man Retting!: good news over \::: :
uv Ttiev enjoyed: ;! cooking gucsta ai the Ship- -
\ md entlrw around a camp man homj.Mr. Praise Service. 7:30.: Church I f:::1:1:1::: tha telephone. Then, there la the gospel l. which means "The Good New*" which P :

mod fi'llowhip., have as Thanksgiving guesi Thursday Auxiliaries' meet 1111 g gives life when it cornea to a man. It generates( anew : \\t r: ;.

I' PERSONALS: :. I.lia Llssle Knabb of Mac- at church. 3.fO: p m. Visitation! .1 p::: proclaimed weekly and oftentimes daily, through God's messenger tn HU \\r\: :ri :\ :

Mi1Mazclle' DuBose of clenny. I church I. 7:30. .i Church. Jesus announced the Good News when He said, "I am come that they l\\ :: :
ivllanil. a former resident Mr. and Mis.[ Lloyd Macy Rev. Felder L. Rowan, pas .
I : might have life and that they :::::: .
heis" miking an extended: and children' spent Saluiday tor. :.......,. AW::: .. ..
ii.lt with Mri. Mary Ship- in Jacksonville as gue&U of NEW IUVEU BAPTIST I 1!1jji might have it more abundantly.** ri:!:* .

They man and were ATrs.Thursday Elma lunchem Rlggs. the Mr.M.and C. D.iggars..Mrs. Ray Black- Sunday School 10 a. m. :::::!:!;: Matthew\ 10:10.: Listen to the Eli!:!:!; .: :

I'I nests( of tli ; F. J. Saun-- mar of Jacksonville and son. Mmnln r Worship, 11 n. m ;::::::: proclamation of the Good, News :&;::::::::: :
Training Union 8:30: p. m. :.:::::::: ::::::: .
dei at Pnnpy Farms. Charles.ho Is attending in the church of choice on ::::: ..
EvenInK Worship 7:30: p. m. :::::;:;:: your aTta ::
W'tvir and Jimmy Weeks college in Doualjs Oa., spent 'I PI'ayer1E'l'lIn: Wednesday :::::: :: ::::::;: .
ot .. of Mr. and ::;:::::; S un d aYe
Bl'lmo.'Isited Randy ten days as !guests 7 p. m.-L. L. Parker pastor.:' ; ::::::: _.
Miller\ last Friday evening.Mi1" :Mrs. W. C. Townsend. Sr.

Judy Miller and Larry While he>'e they enjoyed CHURCH SCHEDULESKingsley :

Smith students at Massey liunlliiK.UeVVayne! Lake Baptist! I

I B.ismeis\ Collepr" In Jackson- Elder of Valdosta Sunday School. 9:43: a. m.1

II Ille were) supper guests of Oa., and children, Dana !Morning Worship.: 11 a. m.

i he R 'iy :Millers! last Thursda and Todd Elder of Lake Butler Training Union. 6:13: p. m.

\ were weekend /guests of Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. .
Midweek Service. Wed. ..:.. ....2h:1:: ::::::::::::: cJI ...

I Mi'of BIH Atlanta.Mrs Oa.Wayne spent! Wooton last- Mrs.Mis.Sadie Corlta Elaer Course and family.and:: 7:30: p. m.Prayer Rev. Jim Rigdon. ,.:' '. ., !ti i ti!i m 1 l R

':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':'. ,
II veekend with the J. C. Wool- Mrs. Leslie Tieeman of Jack pastor. Com";!', let us worship I :::::::;:: :::::: IQfI. -I
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It "cmRI sonville visited Wednesday at together.Buulah. ...... .. .., .. ; ...:..:...........:...:....:..:...:...:...:....:..:....:...:...:...:..f ,, "" Chunk h Cod" appw'nM aojoncy !FH ", .
"f" Bradley of Jackson- the' Shlpmun homJ.I Baptist Church ':':':':':':':':':':':':'JI .arid for spreading, Iflo hiwwloifgt' ol Mh I.
t I We wcic surly to learn of I Sunday School, 10 a. m. ; ""' ; ':;::::::::::::::::::::;:'::: lot man and of,Mil dirrand,let mm M nipoitolto f11I

I the death or f Hev. J. E Norman Morning Worship. 11 a. m. '. -1'-- 4. .;:.:.::.:.:.:..:.:.::.:..::..::.:..::.:.'10.1. Miol' II.o ky hdnf. kit. ...,_. WiHwufItin .

bon-in-law of MI'.'. | Training Union. 8:30: p. m j. ':). ,""" "'fl'' "::::::;::::.:.:::.) ,. '. o/oundinf III .Iho lovl of Sat. M fvumonl -
'Thorn!! Starling Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m '.;.:: : :-: tf wcioly' .r way W If* .IQ..hnfM'tovoro ;

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith | Midweek Praver Service, Wed '. .r 4.:;: 'h'' an4 .Itw ,lioooonii "which wo koM w r.i

had as weekend guests Mr. i 7:30: p. m. Rev. R. L. Tuffpi ,,''ii"'l will, IfMviloMy,' poriili.; Ifwrofoft' ovw
.... .. ... ... .
and Mrs. J. T. Oursaniou.s of rt. >tor Everyone welA 'from B lllflill point of vio ,on*llwtiU luffMftHn
.. (hunli In Hit Kit ol Hio wolhra, o< km.oolf .
[.eE'ltbul'R I
und CliiMAinml" ( In the TULK-' md Mi t..I,. loyaid. "of. fcowonr,
Mis. Jettsio WooLen I
daughter Cdlheriiis, returned : 01&\1'11 bring/ rp"II II... I onoiy pnon ihovM.. .fh.,ld ond .ponWooto. ( ta

Friday to Atlanta, On.: ..... ,., "two (huirii boiinnl it lolll' .Iho lirik" (fcout 0

aftrr spcnrllnu( two weeks!! :: I _"'1 Mo, "doolli" OKI.) doDMy; llw fnlk wtKtiofam t.

with the J. C WooU'ns. They ::;:: j'; Ml. HI lioi' ,fm t> .>. ghiW w
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II are former residents ofKlnK.sley STARKEBUSINESS :.:. M'
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t ::. send Mr.Jr.and of Mrs.: Jacksonville W. c. Tuwii-were' t ;: im; f::; : ; : ; ; ; ; ;

\veckend ui-ti of the Town-

send.s, Sr.
: ? Mr.' and Mrs. Fay Durban I These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsor
.. J of Oiinesville "were Sunday
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.JI'What's guests of Mrs. Sadie Elder

t and family.Mr. I AUTO REPAIRS STARKE jBUILDERS UNDERWOODRestaurant Lawson Meat Market I

i and Mrs. Woodrow
Callan and family will be attending Earl's Garage SUPPLIES, Inc. & Motel AND COLD STORAGE .

the \veddintt of MKs Ffiitiirlng Art* HnrclwiirnCiimplote

Faye Marsh and Timothy ALL KINI1.S OF 1'iilnt, Sn|>plliinnd .. !SM'Hal| ( K ites. To ComniPrrlal IVdplew We !'SMM-lallM| ( In Custom 8I..I'h&_
Delaney In Jacksonville Wednesday AUTO REPAIR: WORK Sporting innilit.. 1'0.. tfrrn' TV-Air Cnndltloni-d. Ing Cutting SiPreparml WrapplDc_
nlKhf Miss Marsh is All Work Guaranteed I "CHECK WITH I'M FIRST" Tr'IISXU SIIOWKKS

a former re.slcient and a cou- Phone 969-29fl4! 310 Wellington St. U II-4'JOI North SOl I'll. 964-108 For Deep rr-

filn of the Call-ins. So. Walnut Starke I II PIIO.VK: 984-8M1

your system for Misses Janice and Louisa I Bradford Abstract Co.

Weeks of Belmore were Friday AUTO SERVICE Rosier Monument Co.

evening: quests of Mrs. I 153 W. CALL STREET <
successful saving? Cecil Whitehead and daughters. Gilbert S. Brown Ph. 9SI-6S81 Stark, Fla. A :.Monnmont For Rvrry N.,.-JICBLK. .( ti'! ,

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Pome people save !so much a clay, or a week, Mr. and Mrs F Q. Conner SUndard Oil service Station AIjniHoleunui OF STARKE, INC. I

or a month or a payday-toss: in extra Hol spent last week vUsitlng.' TIRES &ATLAS BATTERIES ,i Edwards Grocery & 111V.. ;M.ullnon. !SturkaPh.

lars from! birthday and Christmas Rifts, points of Interest in Tampa, i Budget Terms Road Servlcr, Mkt. Or>!l-4BI; Ilomn 781-3 Orlando, and Winter!! Park. .
overtime pay or bonuses: -save every penny, Phone 964-7071 I Ph. 96-3SOl!) Starke, Fla.
choose t07 N. Temple SUrkeHURST'S Groceries :Meals I --Feed*
dime Any to _
or quarter. way you DeWITT C. JONES

save here, we'll help your savings account TIIR RIGHT POINT for the r.1II & Oil
with interest earned! way you write. Come In andelect Ph. !IIi21' "2 Starke. Fla. FUNERAL HOMES: Charley E. Johns
prow faster as Sll E L l
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Open your saving<; account here now? BROOK fountain pen. TEIJC- Service Station I! Roy's TV Service Starke Ph. 961-2600 Agency !'

ORAPII. Gas OIN Lubrication! CALL HOY FOR PROMPT: Keystone Heights 131 !S. Walnut Ph. M4OS01fiKNERAL II'

I Goodyear Tires Sc Batterlcn SERVICE : tNSt"RANCBNiilmly !:

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CASH I'aid For Dn.I.ISF.: WORKI'NUKRWATKK Sinclair Refining Co. II I

STftRKE (;Jixxl Clean:: CottonItajrs. MOTEL \\: I Tlionm*. DlHtrlbiilurj Shell Service

No Khaki. WEED: CtlTTINO A SUPERIOR( ){()TI.r.: fi j \-.l.ul.l.iF."IK"RO> :. : F.l: l:: CARL HURST I IlI

Florida National Group ALt TYPK.SDrar : AMl"rlc.OIIt! :\ Hospitable Motels Fifl Oil and Cirnuie*
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One of 30 Banks of or Iml. Line Work Air ronJitlnned! "'ree TV fins S. \Vnlrtut.! StarkePh. y. 301 &: 100 Ph. 364-5111

Telegraph JT. C. UARUNKRH'IJO74: and Cuffe 9111-36111
ji' Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Phon.. 1737: N. :SOI Ph. 0 1-3371 . .
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AdAflCO" Feed Grain Payments tractor. dl'\'lnl, lie was also I Cropland Adjustment : :Niillin In hni'liy. Klvull llllll ford, ('..oiiniv i I'. u. this It'Hi'. tll>ll ll-f IllllllfOlll" '' 5 l0lllll.Kloflilii .\'. any.' will l'i' ,", I
I j, the Chapter Faint ;MechanU-s Program inn. ,HIIIIIII.'' tu iiiiil. III. .HIi-ii. l ,annulHI. Shirks, 'I"'hl", tilt' to 7.lll:: I'\l, a Imnil iHHiii'il'' .li>. within fitsirs, ( ") diiv-i '11","
iade Award. winner. \\ 'lilt tin. finiil. Uirnu inniUiMiin (l\HT! ) on tin' clay, ut tJ '" "lI1bl'l' I 1110 Knri'ty, t Coiniiuii')' II- t Ih,' Mil In i a. '' in.I ..1.'.1Hi.a ,.
Again In 1967 Will Increased \ I" emim-il I ,. I in I nun nium.i la. IIIID( .for, II.... luiiHtruutlon. ofllllllllHoll : .'".."" to III llllHllli'tIN" h.. ,id of I Pnl.Itli '', Ill"
., While In hisetond year.Gregory Carry Payments 0 II i t tin* I in lit,>' ,ul l. NIIXIMIIher. 11611 I rll: >'niintlll.V' Nl'liooi, Klnrlda and llHtvll li.\' tin.rnlttil .- S >-n ol llladl.'id, l I II '",
served 1 as Chapter Seclettiry I ii* uiiui'i, mitm,, il, UN i l. ,rk in Hampton, KUirliln. i stIll"11-M 'IV. a MIII"-\ |.'li.i/ '.,hln,.. I ii', ". I I
t 48twMvtmce payments to par- and nttemteti 1 the State till I I'lllllt" 1. .ii Iii MI'll t Illl. FllllUU !>,is's, .s.t" .5'usnti', 5 HlRh I /Hrluiol I "i'l"lirtinint IIM ai.i'ittnldi. '. '. I tight" I I.. ,ll'Ji'i 1 For sm\ll faims. the diversion The USDA has announceda pare to 1966 national average) lug tIesial i Ilinl. nul |I"'I''I..|' I y' mi Hroukui'' llorlilit fur I .50', .u( I tin-I ,.mini. "t tprlii hiilM, ,anil, t <'I i iInfoi .5' I'
tCJattng< farmers will bsp the Suk>- )llh'ld.1 '''inIII I III ml 11.1, Ciilllll. !" ,
Convention. Inn
IV t. "* lit MllUh tllllr lilllH Mhllll I Iipi ,
payment will be equivalent continuation of the Crop- rates of 40 cents bushel *, IIliln, tail ( III) I.ITnflir | > "nit lit "'M
per .111.i I" w IIAll .
made again under the 1967 of 20 the rnitl Dintrlit' t Ct>testa. : -"I'll. mill ii'inl iiloiul., Any hid, iii.fiiM: .axvHrdiil" '' I tluloniriii'i Till I t': l Ill iXlili l I I 'l 1"1 I HI I I I'' I I'
per rent 01 land Adjustment Program for coin. ill t ...it t I III Kill" "11.mill, lii'I' .'.. nftiT I hr' "','neil tun.iliiti' 5 .. Haiti bond Kiiar- WI'II"I'I'II-, ,:e: s"s ,I.' I I \I I Il
feed grain program. accordIng total support I loan plus )During) hiM thlid year, Gregory .IIHN k :II I uf I i.,'k'N .\< "lost inn) will I I I not In I'liiiMltliMoil. .. ,
for 1967 with !increased adjustment Other will be a anii'i'liiK, I tin- pi'i fin 'ninnipllVIIII'llt l I'-llltll iilINl"' I \> I I. I I
to Vice! crops on in tin.. 'I'v" ul l .Him" ,in. ui.lOlllllllf I ri I hU'litlonn' ititil, .
Leaton Morgan. Jr, for was elo< h'd as President utm. HIII I'oniliu ) Of. HHllI ,llOllll, tIn1 IDA',.
price-support )
: payment: payment rates formost flat i ate basis! and Include 8 I In |"|Ia. ,plm I HUM'fill, U"WI I uini'iitM may I In. xiiniin pulil )"v tlu,. I ConiiaitoiNo I TIll'IIIIIM I I 1. I '.i-1s S "
chairman. Agricultural Stabilization the first 20 per cent of the ( of thi Chapter and was com.nodities. accordingto to 15 cents pet pound for tobacco HM. i.nii'il. In C minal" I I riaillniik ,.Il III (till' ..Ulof, 1 lain II. Siut.gills. ,.. ;, lililttiT. 'nia\. \\ilh.lra\, & 1<111" t'Illti' .,lid,,,!. I II 1,1,
and Conservation base dlvel ted. awl 50 selected to attend the National I |I'\I'' \ in, IIU.HIC", ,ri', inn. .. "" Anlilii'ii" I, -H.:! ) Stay. I 1111 hid f.ir. ,a, |siss 11.ul. illlll I I ,
acreage! :
O. P. McArthur. State Executive the nte in Uiitiiiuiil. i .
depending .
FFA Convention In. Kanaan on ".uin.Klin' l liln, Orangrn !1'urk florliln, a nil IIHlollou ,l\ I f"'III I ll.M. H art I I. .tin
County Committee In previous per' cent of the support on Director. Agricultural' tiiKttliir. withA I 'M.: c'' .,
I the kind of tobacco. For 1966these t ii 'it I I I'a.I. sling' I,10 i 11
the City. :Mo. He hopes that. \the purilirii,, ui, Julian Street i IvIIIH ,, .
years ,
payments any a-'rtltionnl diverted acres Stabilization Cons I. K \5. I OiulKi* I'orii.iia'
he h.m' grained while and rva- rates wtre 6 to 12 cents I lii'twevn I llsii :.1)1) and .ior It. .1"1.l ,on\lll. .5 !lit,trsi.i! I. 'III ,I.
have knowledge I II. ', l''li i |I' "I.
as an Important up to the ftal base Farms I will enable LIon Service. Gainesville.: per pound for tobacco. The I r sek Aililltliui, In. .Htiirkiufvunlinir lei,. 'Inlr",1, ,lii nlnpli, ,, "ti Mill.' )
source of capital for aiming with n fifj grain base of in Future F.nmei The pro l'nm has a dual rate for flue-cured, tobacco In I ',In. pint. n*,'inil.-il' l u :'. I"..III.'.\ lila I Clan UIMHIIllaliuB ,' I" ".I"" I 1\ I"" ISIS I Ii,",.
himself OrllTIIIHl" I'Mlt H.lllli | .
.idvance I'HN'l' 411. .
operations. him to furthi-i \ III.Kim, Ida "I I I f., .. I I",-s I s .1 1
more than 25 acres may dl- objective of farm and non- 1966 was 12 cents. and although nr. I till lilt'loll' t iviunlH' ". ., ,
1.h.I I I I. I
I in the field of ..igrteuttUre.Jamt4 :J. 1 PRY'' In.' I lli'ii. I rim I "I.
Since diversion! volt 23 for Krniiriiril" ( .lltnty inn,. ) 'Iii,1"100I1IUI' -
payments asiv:; payment if farm benefits through shiftIng not officially an- ,. lloiini,, ,. I inl' l(inn,' 1>i n.
Allen. RoporteiBradtord PHI iknlnrly' iloHirlm.HM .
are not auLhjil/.1! : : for many' they asipe 1.0 plant no feed Chapter. FFA : cropland not needed for nounced. wl'1' probably be 15 I lnlilVHCi )I .: _.u.. _\ _\ 1M1 l'lsrtdiI. i.l'1'lll-ll'.'. .'lll.._ > I
larger farms in 19 ;7. the Advance !mains I agricultural{ production Into3ngterm rents petpound for 1967Faimers C ,niiiivnn ul I Ih, HiiiitheHMii, \ 1'llOsI i IH:'1\0:"11

pavmont being made Chairman Mornan remlndpcj IV I'.111.1- llf 1I..r.'Io.I Illl.lit .5. I *CIM .ii I ',,,"t, I Jl, t .,1, MI
: ) conservation recreational cm also place :a II I "ui.I "inn thi-ii..'i III ,mi., l.niti, ,
available for thesl'111 be farmers that those who I Manpower And open space non-allotment croplanl: : in < il 1)' (liifi'tli.n, ul..MX. an I Kniiiily :, ,, I 1'\nl|ii'|n'l.on"I. >|ttis ill.HI p.islt'.. ami..I,I If i I 11.''I'III'iui

based on 50) per cent of the' wish! f) obtain an advance uses. the at nationalaversge iiriiliiiiuntiiiii. ill'. tin.. i (',"stlt, i 1.11l I l.s's,i -*. ,i\", <
Training AidsUnemployed pioirnm a S'.lIlh'I'ly' hiMlnililiy, nl' Nil.hi" ,
program's P' !c.e-suPlort: payment -, payment unf:>t next year's I Adjustment payment rates of : ..,It. II 11111|| .11,1".u .., nl.......... Hits" ot ,iilniiM. and'. ct's.) Ins -
83 per arie compared UtlollH I Illl, I ,,,, II III "jiuill
(11"0' t. i''H 'ill;::.
the (aim will earn. On I fed grain program should the anil i \, nto lit ..
apply for putting; land under to about $5 per acre ail. Irim iliikimil liii n nil.I d\ \ : #
small faims. 50 percent of for It at the time thesis tIn I...'.... i oili, "i t t. t n. ,in raCuntlmtolM <
they 1967 CAP arc generally higher for this type of land under a .Nurlherly' ,ihrm rt lion. IIit I .
all-" '
both the di"e-slon' and price- sign up to participle. The The Manpower Training list ii its." i fIr I two hiiniliiilninetythree r"'I""II'.
I than In 1966. The new the 1Q68 piogram. vil,I I to I ipttiin ('h. i>lan I,

support pa>merits may be 1967 signup dates have not Program a part of the Divis- rates reflect the Improvement Nationally more than 36.- I miiuli' red anti Ills
ad. need. Small farms are yet been se'. but they win be ion of ConMnulng Educationof commodity prices and 000 agreements! covering. Iffl\ ti, > 'an linn stake on.. ,HIl.awtcrly its r..II"Hi.ml| 11 iif ,IIUHPII lilii, i I Iiiftif ,.. .

defined as those with feed anncM.nrcd well before plant- Santa Fs Junior Coileg apply only to those crops. fOI'which some two million acres of Sort; billy pruloiiKiiiiuii tiuuuiliiiy' '' or oi. HUH I in. ,\I'.hlll"t H i rfli, s. IIM, i 515 ,

grain bases of 25 acres or \Ins time. :Mr"! Ban: saId.FFANEWS. has as its! goal the training; surplus potential con- <','opl!>nrf u'.....> slimed under Block! ; "Mill tI,..",... III.. ..refundII Ifllh.1, '.''nl,Ti It,ti,t"M. \"i'ti Charley '

less. or re-trtlnl-ig of the under- tinues to exist Th: 1967 program the 1966 CAP. In Florida 394 \KMturly I I'tiiiirl,

  • For any Individual farm employed or the unemployed Is geared to the changed farms are signed lit) in the I tlun a ilitttiim' ** of I"\0'111"-oniand HUBl'irirUtlollN tl'UC'tOI'Hl'llll'irH." I 10' ,ISO. I"- ,.nil"Is E. I when you need car Inurance -

    th; Chairman: explained. the ,I In this area.Courses need for agricultural production program! diverting 27.947 nine ,hnmli" vililm' (SI.Wt. till d"III..1I. will t Ihi' 1 SlxiHollum checK
    I ii'i't to lilt .Ni.riiii'iiHi.i'1 l ii'i Stat.
    I IR 'IInmn I> are currently beln I <511I1.lIti'(:> .. .) .pliixI:INUlUM
    pi Ice--support: pa'ments111 (\PTER I and as a result is acme from Production of tier or said 1 block, run I them* Farm
    ) It Ih.'
    tax I llllllunit Johns famous
    be computed at the applicable I conducted In auto mechanics almeat:! those crops with surplus crops. Th.v will earn til II "' Sollllllll'' Illll-til. ...,1 ,. "spsil| Osat lI""M11'5 (.' low rates

    rate mi:Itiplied! by the This. week we would I Ii,mad I In ,Kood tondltlmu I t I s I for careful drivers -so
    feature one of our. ontstindmgFiittne I ", I HM ( :1) sIssy. ,mi.re 'is
    farm's promoted viol", ani Farmers. Vice clerical work. small gas engines feed (grain nnd tobacco Although for 5 to in ;year. periods. The I two Illllldl' "I'll, 1II'hl"V"1|: <..elt| of lit this, I thi* i I.. low that one out of two
    our .
    by the ac-easp! Intended to and ;??neral sales: \\ ol'kProlt'rams the supply-demand nrrpflorotivertoH, unil fifteen hunilifiltliK (1I JN7 lurid" ii Ill 'In' 'l'hl'l' i u |I' ,
    hy may save
    1'ii-xiident Gregory ,Alvarez I rro-w I 15) S iMft t \Ii. (mint of In iclnliltiK Important
    IIITM ills
    ( f tti plti-i t.iLllpOtlit
    be naitlruln', range! up to 104 Irmioved .. '
    planted picture Is rieatly are n follows: Corn. I ,
    Thp son of Mr.. an 1 lIlllkH Nllllll I" about this question : dollars.And check State
    crop the rat" for corn Is 30cents I"I'I weeks of 40 hours each. and there' Is still need to prevent ponnnts 1.469; cofron. J O-M-: I at I imlilli' ulKIKiii ,to the. IlllclipxiUIKl niuili. i pisysi sIC' ,to, I tlu* ,\i,ifliltvct
    Harold. A. Alvarez .'/: students may draw subsistence heist, IlidllHI,' fill,' suCh 111 I till I t Farm service too-so
    bushelTotal In
    a of wheat.
    livi's on n 65-ncre\ firm: eight over-expansion acreage 355: grain sorahum I Kant 'IVinir' ..I nil I Hindi./nl/ Conntv ,, ('. /Hnpariit" Hhi'i'tH, Si'iniiuti "My neighbor says hewouldn't
    corn acieaite on I if elialfcle. these crops to avoid returnIng 1 l.: t1"f', -CIl1'P" -tobacco.( lfl"V (',,tiut, thi.iiHi' of Hiarki\ ., l.'toi'liin' ShvptH for, ,ilra\i .,in.in think of taking outstanding that people
    which miles west of Staike on State Chatles Oelp-er director of to costly surplus build- nonallotment ililllntf" I thi* I legs I IIOIIIH ..r stile. pimri'H of st i",'i,''tfi', 'an I I ni u Insure more
    puce-support payments Road 229. cropland. to-wit : ICIvvi-n 4) (-l..li In 'lhforenoon > rimy hi .pin' i IIIIHI' s I II 11 mtin trip \vithout a Trip-Acci- cars with
    for the farm are based Manpower Training Programs 2.4'I.' ol, I Hit. J I. ilut,, ol I In.iiiiiir I An" 101"1." l n M r"II,1t, us than
    not exceed, 50 pei' ('p.tof | He enrolled In VrcntionalAgriculture I' In Alachua County. ups.As under the 1966 program. Details how the <.<*" lMltlltni (tOO lefumlM) : cident Policy, because of any. [...... .....
    may in the 9th Grade. said that the average worker on programwill \\' .HH. lilY ,liii nil. finil I tin HIIInf lira liiKH -- 'I l 1111 |uffllfl'l the hazard of auto traffic one else. Call
    will receive ad- A
    the farm -, feed grain base participants apply to an individual I lulu I Court at 1 stiirkv, liimlf.ld t, I'ltlM' ::1'; 'lUX
    In 1964. During: his first year1{ trained under the program lustment payments related to farm will he available ('..U"ly.I l 1..It..hl.. thlM I I il.i *.|IJ"'I''II''nM' | -- t. i and boat or sports acci n! for' details [ ...
    he had as project, 1 acre of1: will repay the cost of hi" value oi the that in1 I is November:: ..,', 1'lbfl.! }i'r i iiiiKi'. i>lnH :It!I', t>ivNotf dents. Does .U..NC\
    | the crops Aqcq roupi-v your agency
    offices ,
    In late hurliH ) ,
    watermelon a 1-acre. home I I ( \ Uiirbv, *: AH "n>'iniMtH| for plain andNMifUlf
    training' within five years would have been produced on November. It is expected that I'lerk of IIH| l''''''lilt' ComtHruilfotil "Ii' ,atloriH. Bi'paruti, have; such Trip-Accident
    /gnden: and 1 beef cow. He through Increased Incomr (Bounty t Floililt HIII.M| of ilta\ilr.. I ." -i .
    be .
    their lands.!! They will also the "' '' .1" insurance for
    "niir 'Ioot "
    FLORIDATHEATRE .ittunded( the State Convention begin (cnti'i'iT i.5 111'11'1'1": <) plUffPH of *pi'i. I ifl tall any trip extending :Merritt\ II. Willliams!
    taxes returned to the Federa'government. ell-jible! for conservation cost- about December 1, 1966. 'I hfion, A. Van u. JrUruilforil Hlnilt In inaili' I thi'iiiKli I t II ii)' from :3 i days to
    as alto mate delegate, and I 117 N. Walnut
    pnrtii St.
    sharing for carrying out c'niiiiiy 5 I Com house urviiu. of I iiuAM" 'lute, i iClU'll
    I .ited livestock I Mtnrk' ... KloililuAltoinvy . ., .. "
    if, m ju.lglI'g'l Interested : lilil Khali I In a. '.inPltnlrd several months? Phone 61.53H!)
    persons may obtain ngp"j t" 'rntt '
    fore( trv contests and measures Icl. riiilntiff., 1 by II lIiIilulu'ihii ,
    numer- further information by the land taken out of crop IV '1'"": ( OIN'IV J11nesCMInl' : > It lIa31I'1.1t i "i k 01 lilil Itoiul. in th
    nii ot. hi i events. contacting' the Florida State << l\ M> Foil nil tU.FOHII .amount' of riT(; s I I tlu. Im Charley E. Johns '
    production. Farmers \\ h. State "Farm Insurance will
    In t'OINTI PIOHIUA piiyabli to tlu 11" ud i
    his second of Voca- t:
    Showtime.-Weekdays 7 year Fmnlovment B"rv.ce o>- thr1IanowE'r again be offered the opportunity IX PROD 1'lj. :Notice Is lifieLiy ,given .thatPaint Pablk. I iit ti s .ui I lion be closed I Thursday, Friday -
    t. >mill\ Agriculture. Gregoryvits Training Program In R*: Estate' orCamnel ,.. 141,.udf.rd Ci. lino'. FK'ildii. Agency
    to enter into contractsof ( & billwill I Ii i it'tei'.H.tI! b' ,
    Sunday :300.: Saturday I & better able to carry out HiTpi'tor In the old office l Rnnrnbrrr. .' it of PublU\ lllHtl'IILtU'll' as .\ Itl.'luinf" l's"'d i t i I and Saturday in observance -
    hi' projects on a wider. acaJe. post 5 to 10 years duration. Also A/KA' !sqn RosenbergDeceased -, of Bradford Counts M.U..II" ;" I arid. gumunteflriK, that thii 131 S. Walnut St. of Thanksgiving
    WED., TIIUUS.;; FIJI.Nov. bulging! Gainesville. farmers. who agree to per- J tr >' ..1 1 III'' 'n"|). I IUt" ,lllll I, .II < S pssfiil. bidder will *-"< I'
    He :5 ,. PHONE 91> 1-0201
    had acres of greens plus :OTICB of Public bits .d: Hi, .,ui I i ut to TO CRJ.IUTon'lAll "i tush' I ,
    23.: 21. 23; 1 acre- of sugar 'ane He participated 'yyvvvvvvv'v'vvvvvyvHAMPTON mit free public access person hnvinv .i-lnlm or'iininnlii ..l,5 1'iililu, tO" tin, I !'

    (OPEN; :$ P.M.TIIANKSfJIVINfi: in land! Judging forestrv. their land 'or fishing. hunt- aralnvr thi mutate, ofHnmiii I

    ; : public andLintJrIoi1 I insc and hiking! may earn additional *) Ios..nhr.. 8'1, : ; "sneaking '
    ; ; .
    I per acre payments. floaenlprg. (loreniii'il. nri hi'r.l r
    l bv nOtified. anti ,lennlreil to Mli
    fly !\In. Mary William Farmers who participate in Ih..lrlnII11H, In the ntI.,-.. of

    3 0 1 the program: will receive pay the County ItiilK of Hrmlfnrd //m WaIIcr7eI JSnnos/aces Aim/herB/C
    ..................... ments based: on the past use (fonntv, Hoimn Kinrlila. In, I hIt rountvCourt ;
    \ of the ut Stnrki*. Flurlilaulthln I .
    W1WJ and the productivity _
    nix inlenilnr m nihii from,
    DRIVE-IN I White Bible Service land. For land that otherwise the iliiti nf t th. flr.t. nubllratlnn -

    I, Miss Corky Allen whose I would produce. corn. the national -\ i>f thin niitlr*. or the mimi'

    I rr.anlage to Ronnie Norman :average rates! t will be will liiromi' vulil aiMort1lnf' ,( to'>
    G' I II,.* IHWTI.IH '.
    r; I OPEN 7:00: t took: place Saturday night. \ 50- cents per bushel with :-'p'nh.: .. 71 h. 1960.( ( _

    !1 SHOW TIME 7B: was recently presented a vantrta rates bv counties' /*.| I.HOH Rorii. .nbtfrff
    white gift Bible by the YoungWoman's Payment will be determined )Kxi'outor of the I':Alat.. of I4
    nnnipl' Flosenbeig.. | uH/ii, San",
    QItOOSIIIt, : (DIJrJ' ADMISSIONAdults Auxiliary of the \ bv the numter of acres t'eslgnated fln.eniiwrg" r.i.iin.....il.IlolH .

    UltDrIA 75c Students 60c Hampton Baptist Church.The anti the farm yield \'. l Knight
    theme for the impressIve !Stark*. FlnrMittnrnev
    Children Under 12 FreeWed. per acre. These rates corn- .
    \ for Fxp'III..rIIIn
    I candlelight st rvlce was that
    Saturday November 2K( it 12'1 1
    ., 'rh ur"", Nov., -'):'J. 21 I of bringing gilts that are essential I Mrs Mary Lee silvernail ofOcala. a
    Double Feature' Program .
    in the building the Cla'k' O Failing ofPennl'Y '()'IlfI'' rip. 1".1-0'\1: l'iIt '5.I

    ., \XKSfJIVI.\tJ; (; Ch: IstlAn home. Those participating !- Robert ItI5I'J.Il: J.'II""I'I"O' nNmlip
    Farms. Mrs ; l I. liHr.hrlvn that
    : were Wendy Hill Cox of Orame Park Mrs. C. tI,.* unilprHlirni'il piirMiiunt, tiIh. I

    _ r:; .,""",. That "Man Of The West I Pat Ralev, Donna Rhod n. E. Steinhouser Mrs. O. J, .. "hit" I III.inn' :V:.inii. I<'tltllti*.. : :
    Brenda Brown. Carolyn Ken- flmpti'i i Nil 2ll' :.:I. l." \"*" ii*
    I 8" W. L. Summers
    Leite. Mi s.
    f Klurlilil) 1'HI. ni union.l.-d, I lI'liiintHr "
    lESS nan. and Virginia and Mr. and Mrs.W.. M. :X,". iil'lln!' Iw ui i.

    I. 'f. : PARKIRI I Each entered c-irrying a Phillips of Jacksonville: and 1,1'1.1.) ] i i I'lll. .I.elnir. 1 Si.."tliHir. .
    J gaily! wrapped gift symbolic of ni'. llrliIit, Kt'''tItles, wll
    :Mrs. D. Gay
    Mr. and O. the 3BR. SOUTHERN BELLE
    of love, joy concern growth. r'gI.t..i: | with thi (frli 'f tn'
    I Dunnellon. I i'lr. ,nil, Piniit In iiinl for Untilfiml :
    ; 20lh Ontury' TOK*f....... purity and sincerity. Mrs. Buck- C"it n t v. 'I.'I i.rllii. upon r1,1
    F '1th Kenniin. WMU piesl- MI'. and Mis Doyle: ,..* |,'| ..r im.i.f. of lull.Hi"HI..n,, ithlH
    PIODUCTIOI I dent. and :Mrs. Jo Anna: ner and daughters and Mr. null. I thi. rh't ii toil
    Of VI/M-k lo n .' And Mrs. Milton Misner! and liiinii,, tnu il': fi
    Hicks YWA director also assisted AUTI.KY: !it S\I.KJ under
    I by Bro. Paul Estes "'\mily! were supper! ) guests of "nllll)l) It .IH. In 1..ln..M. In thi.

    \ c Sjfi K5je. f 1n'l the rrayr hymn. "(" Hr.' and Mm R. H. Parker <'I.... nf Minrki Kl-ipliln I i Liita

    Perfect Love." and: were ac Satuiday' night. That the i>nrtIntereitpil. In .
    mi Ul btiHtnPMti entrpi IMP. IH u1NO '
    Qrnc3t.R TElCOPE I rompanled: by Debbie Hicks Mrs. A. J. Olttman and r"lIow,,: t

    PIu' :VI.. Dinnd Rhoden. YW "omily of South Hill. Va. are. 11I11-)1\n) I :M .5Nl5'.t'T1'fl: -
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    I :: C'OMIMNY: IV" n .iipi.nil
    PI.VS; visiting ;Mr and Mrs. K. B.
    oreplent presented: the Bl-
    ;: Inn. I HmrUf. Klnrld.
    fHE NEW HEIGHT! IN FRIGHT! ..... b'e to Corky during the serr-. Watterson this week. 11117 :'it IS I I1 I-: =
    .. '", Ezcitarn8ntl. l-e 'Mr. anMrs.! Jeff Baker\ .
    ./ Williams 1 l'1'iii: I 1',fI I'I- fen H r 01Illl.
    Mrs. :Mary
    I PER SO'JALS clingsto .. .: ."'IM ."! 1I1f'1 "
    I :Mr and Mrs. David Allen were visiting In Jacksonville CMKIH' OK .-|.'''111 I> \ 1 SIS

    .. t him if WashlneKvn., D. C. attenlel on ratifrfav, I> .'''11 II" 'II"MI I> I Ol' NTl. -
    I l'\ 4iISS4I11S.I ) .
    Ukll the we-l-ing of Cordell Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith 'n.p NIL I lti'lMMOH : >. "

    dame,! I All"n ind: Hcnnie Nit man or and family of Jacksonville "i' \"*.1 i..."..:C.I.\ HI:
    C'Alf, R "I<"I''I'' ni'ihl and will visitini Mrs" Smith'sparents
    Saturday remain *ere I I ,
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    Paul until! after Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. J. Q.Adklns. \ ... ( -- --- 1 -

    with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. on Sunday. ,VIlAAAM') : K:. OWI.N mill hiwlr. -
    Newman I ... ..r \fVoW.'II: ::' .
    Allen and Mr, and Mrs. Hen- CARD OF THANKS!' )Lie" "" ,'nt.O'I'It...

    isHarperJS.T. ry Hinson. We wish to thank eve..yonefor !'\ OF ML12

    Fred Ppej!e. stationed at the good beautiful flowers -

    Norfolk. Va.. i if spending: this and many acts of kind TilE RIGhT POINT for the ,Jr.'Irs.. Ernest, C. Rigdo1l'i::" EV/ltlI; ; Do"'" nhit71J1 r

    week with Ms mother. Mrs. ness during our bereavement.The and CORDIALLY INVITE: YOU I ,
    write.. Come In j jW
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    way you ; i
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    FKU .. SLX.Nox :Mr and Mrs. F. P. Lott. floweis! were beautiful aelMt your favorite E8TKR-: to attend the open house being held

    'IJ' P':.:,: I. 'n' : '. ;"j, 20 27 :Miss Frances Lott of M.'- ani we do thank each of you BROOK fonntaln pen. TELE- ut their l new home 'on 'II I ,I... -Y< 'II I Register for FREE I Irawin!

    Double Feature Program ami I Is spending! several day who contributed to wreath TELEGBAPH. LAKE SANTA: FE '- I' KODAK "IXSTAMATIC: I 10J"

    SI l\: .. :\10n: E s _ _ ;nU 1 week with her parents. of "The Filends of Hampton I : CAMERA: with film flashcube &

    Xoxeml, 27 JtheswitchedonUvnller-. M! Mr and Mis. E. P. tott ."- :Mis.' Luther Watterson I SUNDAY' t .L ..== ,- batteries

    IiesTheBIQgestHerIn1he :Mr and :Mrs J. O. Adklns and family. FREE REFRESHMEXTS: ,
    Whole Wide World Of Adventure! e e vis, :tinu: ;Mr. 3nd11'5.; No: >'ember 27. t !
    1.1'1,1. COLOR

    Pcw4ERF :. : alv.n nil'hart* and daughter NO RAFFLE NOTICES IHKRCTIONS: T-iUo llwy. 21 w.ulliKeji.'i.in ... ACJES.(; FREE.; HAIJ.OOXS()( FOil THE KIDSSIFTS
    !: : :, In Cxa'.i:; FnJav: and J W I I t'r"lIleh! to the Ir,uls,\l"*rhii"
    : (; I FOR EVERYOXE:
    L\TIT'\ I Isu Priester In Macclenny on C'hurrh .licil on rlrht. Turn right| lit sign !
    im too run builil I till Jim \\ alter uiiy! I 100' FI-
    jituiday> PLEASE on f'luv, rmul.' Follou roust! to putt, tulo'
    r .-, right fork. ami look fur lot I1'" "AN('I\li I I.. inulhll'lf/ tip nil iiialirie l |vrl.|.-rti uuii-
    l ; ; :Mi > Rut i Dyal Is visiting : sign on on _
    }' p : ers TIlJoUf'S: : SO SIIIIHT.\a= 01IUU'fCiAiF: ;
    'It'( : 8'1 daughter.! Mrs 2 :\IO'tT: JIM \\\I.TKH.
    In spite? of repeated notices that we can
    0Cc- / ...,. .. Patsx Har. v. in StockbrUlge
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    : I !Ie.- _..y "', Oa this week not publish such material. The Telegraph

    :Mr1Dan Johnson pent continues to receive requests! for advertising T2a

    the: weekend in Veto. Beach the sale of chances on various objectsby 0.

    ith Mr" and! Mrs. James clubs, organizations, and individuals. .

    Br me and familyMr !

    J. and Mrs' Weldon Cas' In the eye of the Post Office department,

    .,..." 1It0I'_ _CAltlW'o. ___ >. 4 Marshall: Watterson such sale of tickets constitutes a lottery

    r>_l.>l>UIOTIU5TllfTicnMtcotoo > '....... I......! ; I u several I days this week and. as such cannot be sent through the U.
    *moM nukimut uos. ,
    [ ga AIU rs.1.. L. Watterson. S. mails. Calling the sale a "donation" does '

    Wednesday, Thur-: >' Tnose from out of town at- not change!' the meaning in the eyes of Post. %' 1 ((0)t.
    Ie' diuK/ the funeral of 1'011'r )
    l'tOO: Dec. I I'M( S .. er Wa'terhon were Mr. al authorities.We .

    -.- CWNLEY COMPANYCARYGRANf., I| a-'.d Mrs Olen 1* Bedenbaugh are !sorry' that we cannot comply with When you tfiink of a new homo thinK -of t. iW IDa .mJ D

    .. .-i daughters! of Deland. to notices of such sale of .
    requests! print
    I 1 I m Dover of Huntersville.. 11
    tickets' and subsequent "drawings./ If we
    0QFsIIiLewi, N Myrtle] Watterson
    :A11eisar4 CLn' SAMANTHA} EGGAR rMrs.I f1. a. N C. Mrs Emma do, however, we run the risk of having: that ':..I t would like to know mar* about your building and i

    ,' issue of The Telegraph barred from the financing plan. Picas* lend me a fre* catalog.' I ant
    Tin'" us Mrs. Salll Hunter L i j; Interfiled, In a .

    ff4 ... Trt\o! and otto Witt of Lake VS/RITC OR COMK BYf !!iI D Ham Q Cottage
    U I actsis ; .._
    fF.1 sot C. SGa f" .. Rev and! Mrs L J. We would appreciate it if all clubs, other iJ
    '!tiann: and Mr and! Mrs organizations and individuals would understand : NAME

    cwwr' no'iairj, Dillon of /fiouth') Day- "' out position in this matter and would ; JACKSONVILLE FLA. 32205 I ADDrESS m

    : II. i j i-.a Mr. an1 Mrs William! cease to ,submit", such! items for publication. CITY JTATE.
    W*,.t Rev. Wilbur Scott. :Mrs I P. O. Uox 6218 32S1 W. Heaver St.PHONE R
    .. .. UNITED ARTiST Telephone I
    : : 388-1585
    \ I i \1ltc'l1: BMtsnen.. Mrs BRADFORD COUNTY
    9 N I Y .. HCMNiCXXOIl R F link\ Ll Orasgle anrJ II My property ti located ,In, County.:

    w.*CCHUM8U PICTUKI.J"LY.A.04_ f1lou"lIt-r of Oaln !Hvill! !Mr' .,

    ana Mr*. ?uIvl HMImud. TELEGRAPH = mQ ,

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