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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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crack appeared in the

W. Crosby, 28, pre-election peaches and

of Starke, was seriously cream veneer of the In Talk HereMother

injured and an elderly Starke City Council when

Gainesville man was kill- Merrill Edwards: once again -

ed in a head-on ,collision Tuesday objected to
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on Normandy Boulevard 4 the council "infringing on
in Jacksonville Tuesday : __ this office." Protests Education

afternoon.The First blow-up came with the
accident occurred about newly organized council
5pm. four miles west of Ce- less than half an hour old Session
STUDENTIS
cil Field. when Councilman Jimmy Mc- BELTLESS

Crosby received a broken Rae augmented that the cashier
crushed elbow and ---.- cash
pelvis a making the dally deposit
Internal Injuries. He was carried Member of the new Teaching Pulpwood Production class. being offered at be accompanied to the bank SUSPENDEDSocks PointlessMost

to St. Vincent'. Hospital Bradford High School for the first time this year are ((1 l-r) front row rvernttHenley .by a policeman. !McRae said

where he underwent emergency Charles Colenuin Jerry Whitehead, and Instructor. Paul lliitrhlii; xeooad, he was concerned about the

surgery for several row Gregory Alvarez, Lamar )jC'lenioim. Mike Smith and taw Ijivvhon. safety of the cashier, Mrs. were put on his feet and his shirttail was finally teachers can't find
hours. He regained consciousness Ramona Tomlinson, and that forced Into his pants, but a 18-year-old Bradford High School better jobs than they have

Wednesday, but It was reported new Chief of Police Bobby student apparently could not talk himself into wearing a now and won't be asked
that hla recovery 'would ClassA Biggs had agreed to work out
New BHS Forestry back by the RepublicanParty
be a long process. a schedule with Mrs. Tomlln- belt.Frank
Tomltnson. was suspended for tthree days l last week if walk out
Everett James Cobb, a 72- lion they ,
year-old carpenter, of Hallan- new agriculture class, industry, the course is aimedat and Gilman Paper Co. are alto Edwards!: Immediately objected by Principal Jim Temple who has been tightening down oa Rep. Sen. Tom Slade tolda

dale, was pinned In the wreck Teaching Pulpwood Produce placing the students with slating by furnishing equipment saying "Mr. McRae, I the hippie look that currently Is 1n style. group of parents and

age and pronounced dead-on. tion, has !been inaugurated at timber firms after graduationin resource personnel, and think \that ought to be handledby The boy's mother, Mrs. Emily Tomlinson, appeared before teachers Tuesday night ata
arrival at the Duval Medical Bradford High School this year paper mills, pulpwood operations use of wootU land.*. this office." the Bradford School Board Tuesday and said that belts Irritate Southside PTA meeting.But .

Center a short Am after beIng in cooperation with local timber as chain saw repair: Some of the topics the boys McRae and several other her son. She also found Principal Temple wearing Slade also held out the
removed from his car. firms who are sponsoringthe men, and in wood procurement will cover In the one-year one- council members said the move
bcllless continental style pants. olive branch, felling the teach
Witnesses told County Pa- class. It Is aimed primarily at senior hour per day course are !wood Will! just dilemma the School Board chose not ers Republican will make education
Confronted with that ,
trolman B. L. Burch that Cobb The new course is approvedby boys who should have no procurement, chain saws, business that It Is Mrs. TomllnHon's
number In the
was driving east and suddenly the State ''Department of trouble finding employment records, hydraulics, mark safely which concerns the to get In to the argument. ono(
1075 Gov.Clauda
veered across the centerline In Education, according to Instructor since timber firms are currently eting, and timber harvesting. Council, not ,the money she "Maybe you'd better get him a pair of suspenders," was ''Kirk country has promised.,as He said

the path of Cro by'. car, Paul Hutchins, and suffering a shortage of such eyetems. They will make a deposits. the solution suggested by Board Chairman H. A. Lawvon. the Governor' Commission on

traveling well Crosby is said BHS is one of six high achools workers. cane study of a pulpwood operation Irritated, McRae changedthe Principal Temple said the suspension was part of a general Education Is already at work
to have alammed on his brakes In the state offering It. The private firms, including In the final. phase of suggestion/ ) Into a motion. discipline he In attempting to instill Into BH3 students. All and the first fruits will be
but was unable to avoid a Prompted by the pulpwood Rayonler Inc Container Corp., the coiime. New Councilman Gerald Williams -
with
he wants, Temple 'Buys, is for student to dress neatly seen by next spring.
collision. gave the ''second and the
Applause was heard when
hair combed properly.
One report said that Cobb vote was unanimous to have ''
said he could not afford. he described the FEA aa 'a
Young Tomlinson, he said, first
westbound
pulled out Into the Mrs. Tomlinson accompaniedby '
lane to pass another vehicle. Of Bradford Voters a police officer. socks so Temple bought him a pair from the Athletic unlon"",i! t
The Duval state senator
a
Clerk Edwards still objected, Department. After repeated warnings the .h/ taU finally
Bradford native, ended by appealing
Lawtey PTA telling the Council. "I don't wens Inside, but that belt was just too much. to the teacher.,* with

want to call on another de- Mrs.', Tomllnxon' : apparently thought HO too n joke, Ole theme of

Plans Covered partment. He referred to the "I .;.binit\ ..there, .'s a certain limit you can' go," she told the which I asked them not\ to
the council established -
Dish SupperThe 3 MiUSchool.e radio system between his office School;Poar:\ The suspension was up_ Monday. creel1: now, ;. .
and
and Police Department ,
Lawtey Junior High Sen. Slade! said "be't'M1ZCS\
-, ... 'trouT'l}>!hi" 'getting'' ".-'"radio/ I *if 6r" -
a
will .
School PTA sponsor > the problem In. the state'* education .
covered dish supper .Tuesday his department l4\tt. year.v; system ha become *..

nlgiht. Oct 10 starting at The clerk,, said no insurance Stage Set SaturdayFor rious because of the threat of
All members and Hike AskedCounty -- --- ---
6:30: p. m. Tax mass resignations. by., .the
friends are Invited to come, Florida education Association:
bring a covered dish, and enjoy yi.h and because both sides, the
the program.. Calf ScrambleThe FDA! and the Republican Party

A panel oompodtd of taxpayers are being asked to approve a 3-mill increase for local school are unmoving' unwilling

school teachers cri will' U and discuss the usual the operating funds in the upcoming Nov. 7 millage election. stage is set for Bradford /County's First An. to budge from their respective

open house period\ : of fellowship The Bradford School Board voted 4-1 Tuesday to ask the increase, which would p. m nual Calf Scramble when ten purebred calves will be stands.FEA set the precedent for

will be enjoyed... afterwards raise!! district (county) current millage for schools from 3 to 6 mills. Under state # awarded to ten eager youths in an exciting contest at the current. education crisis

law voters could approve as much as 10 mills. : the Fairgrounds Saturday afternoon. which Slade says Jia realizes

An additional mill is being The first Scramble will .begin exists, by 'unreasonable demands -

Inducted asked for maintenance of ''build will mean an additional $121- ,teachers at $ ,OOO. } r, j jA jt at 6 pm. when ten boy scrambles, there will be several' of an additional $::501)
ings and busses, the same as 393 in local revenue for the The remaining mill, or approximately will compete for five of the exhibition riding events staged million at the last legislative;
In OctoberA voters approved' in 1965$, bring- school $40,000, will be calves. A second event Is set by the Trl-Coun.ty. Riding session he said. TEA would
ing the total millage voters are According to Supt. Tom needed to replace the tax for 8 p.m. with another. ten Clubs (Bradford, Columbia, not accept anything less than
light Induction quota for being asked ,to approve from Casey who proposed the Increase shortage It' appears Is forth. boys scrambling for a second end Union. ,their demands. and etni'wonTt
Bradford County In. October 4 ta 7 mills.\ Only four-tenths $80,000 or 2/3 of the coming' because of further set of five calves. [Continued on Page Six according to Slade.
schedules only threemen to be of 'jhe mill voted for buildingsand funds will be needed to keep timber suits, the supeilnten- Boy who lone out in the TIle senator, described a.
Inducted next Monday. Oct. 9, buses Is being used this teachers salaries comparable dent said Tuesdny .. calf scramble !will be eligibleto Coy Kirk's right hand in the
by "Local Board No. 18. year, however. with surrounding counties. The. additional three mills compete In a pig scramble 4 Local Men (Legislature, said he do Bn't

They are :James Edwara School Board member Rod- Levy, Union, Putnam, and !will not put Bradford's schools scheduled for 10 p.m. want teachers to walk out. He-
Franklin, Alferad HU1 Jr., and ney HaU cast the dissentingvote Clay Counties are now approximately any further ahead than they Kicking oft the foxflvitlen To Travel On drew applause when he said"
Loya Benny Johns. In asking the 3-mlll Increase $400 per year above are now. Casey stieMKoiL But will be a barbecue beef din- FEA I la not going to dictate

The monthly pre-induction Baying he /would have Bradford in teacher pay, Casey the teacher pay would once ner served by the Bradford Industry Search the running of the state'
liked time to study the is says, and $400 for Bradford's again. Insure that Bradford will Roping Club starting at 9 p.mAt school system and that the
call has six men set for armed 200 education personnel I get its quota( of teachers (rant I D:43: there will be a parade Republican Party Infuse to

forces physical examinations sue.If the increase is approvedby amounts to $80,000 Gahl..vIlJo. and presentation of color. four Bradford County. bow under ito, the union prau-

next Tuesday, Oct. 10. the county's freeholders It Bradford currently ,starts 1 Continued on Page Six I 'iby a drill team. H H. Everett, Chamber of Commerce members sure, and tactics! being exertedon
president of the Sturke-Brad- will be part of a Florida them. Republican posture It

ford County Chamber of Com- Crown group conducting an firm on that, he stilted.
merce, sponsor of the Scramble, Industry pro pectlnr, tour, Sanctions Imposed by the
Ii Council Studies Tax Increasefinitely under sponsorship of the '
Lawtey will make the address of welcome l- of FEA are an outgrowth of a
Jacksonville Chamber
t with a response by Commissioner national conflict for power between
of AgrlculAire Doyle Commerce, during October. the National Education

A month late In compiling stalled all week In preparinga the agenda apparently Is a not run again .,. Conner, Another distinguished Charles Sawyer. owner of Association and the AFL-CIO,
a new budget and seeking spending bilL new police car. Chairman Council voted, on a motion 'visitor, Dr Kenneth Otagakl. Slade Oas Co., and Bill Epps the Senator declared. He added
!ways to Increase revenue, the A special session w set Starling said he has driventhe by Dlnklns, to purchase Marshall spectator at a city council Commissioner of Agrlculturo vice-president of the Com that NEA planned, since last
Lawtey City council has been Thursday or Friday night to present two-year-old vehicle M. M. Jordan three sets meeting: for. the first timeIn of the State of Hawaii, will munity State Bank, will be winter, to make Florida. the
finish the ,work. and It Is In bad shape. of uniform costing around U yearn, a Just-retired also be heard. J. W. (Buddy) members of a group going to "tenting ground" for its planto
TheCommunity An increase In real estate The motor needs wor't! and $70. His request had been refused Chairman Ruby Jolinn pay Clark Gainesville Livestock New York Oct. 16-19. Free- prove that It, too, could,
taxes and a garbage, fee were the front end Is. gone., the once before but was apt attention Tuesday night Market auctioneer, will serve man Register, owner of Register produce results for teachers.
State methods mentioned In a meetIng chairman said. approved Monday after after relinquishing her chair. as. master of ceremonies. Oil Co., and Pei.e Novak FEA and NEA collaborated I
of the Bradford
Bank Monday night of talslng The chairman brought the Councilman Dlnklns mad. company 'had complained of Between the calf and pig manager of in originating a well planned
Chamber, will be members
new money..The city la apparently subject of more taxes up the motion. the way the deposits are be- campaign to cause the teachers
of Starke not yet operating In Monday by saying "I've hearda Jordon told the. Council he ing made now. Edwards asked a group going to Philadel to rise up in protest to conditions .

and the red but la getting closerto few people grumbling that 'would have to wear cotton the council members "If you phia.The In Florida, conditions
Florida Bankat It each year. Mayor Charles we ought to- have more tax- work clothes U he had to all want to come In and help Prison EmployeesGet tour Is In cooperationwith which have never bothered
Shuford Councilman Paul es." In answer to Starllnu'a. purchase'' his uniforms. Priorto make the deposit?" He told First Checks the Area Development teachers much before and are
Starke Dinkln, and! Chairman Eugene question Clerk Ethel /eddlah two years ago he said, the Council he wants McRae's learn of the. Jack.wnvilleChamber's really not so bad. Blade told
Will Be Closed Starling all apparently said taxes collected In 1066 the city had a policy of purchasing motion rescinded the first time With New RaisesState Committee Putnam of 100.St. the parent-teacher group. '
Four counties, ,
favor Increasing taxes before totaled 1781., the uniforms. the system doesn't work. FEA and NEA have been
Thurs. Oct. 12 the city has to dig Into its Prison employees received Johns Nassau, Duval are
"Everybody taxes on Mrs. Tomlinson has been able. to propagandize teacher
first check in the tour.
their pay participating
ForColumbus :reserve. there (the tax roll I ought to Mining RigbtsRelinquished making the dally deposits Monday with the new salary Four men will go from euch to the extent th.y. believe its
DayA Amount of reserve is close ,be doubled,"' Councilman since Auditor Ned Scott was increases which will mean of the rural counties and 23 the worst place In. the country,
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to 912.000 or 113,000. to setup the senator stated.
Dinkins said. The chairman employed by the council Duval
ghost $20,000 more per will go from the
Legal HolidayRummage The Council decided Monday '
In 'He can never support tuatv
agreed. By Kerr-McGee a bookkeeping system month circulating in the Chamber.
night to meet again'Tuesday Dlnldns said the people of City Hall several months ago. Bradford Union County The tour represent the money for education Until some
Sale night to adopt the Starke pay 10 times more Kerr-McOee Corporation of Veteran One Wiggins, with trade area. first cooperative venture. be- of the ineqUities and Inefficient
and made the
Sat., Oct. 7, 8 a.m. new tax/ budget roll. But Councilman up taxes as the citizens of Law-; Oklahoma has released a nine years experience, was Under the new /schedule, twen the Jacksonville group operation are removed l fron

Brownlee! StreetSponsored Dlnlcina was 111 Tuesday and tey. But Councilman/LouUa mining lease held; with L. W. elected chairman to succeed starting salary for tower officers and surrounding<< rural coun- the education system la Florida
By the Council net Wednesday :Rosier reminded him the and Grace W. Barry of Mrs. Ruby Johns In the reorganization was Increased from ties to locate Industry for the Blade says _

WSCS. FIRSTlIETHODlST morning and went,, over the citizen of ; Starke receive Brooker, according to a doc- after the Sept. 26 $235 to $.120 per month while area surrounding Duv-1, The A direct relationship exist
sad
between Income
many more services: than In the courthouse election. Newly elected Councilmen Correctional Officers I were Jacksonville group's otter la per capita
tax roll ument filed
CHURCH Yet another session Is to those of Law tey. recently. Gerald Williams, Group 4. raised from $315 to $::185. being made so member of the quality of education .toe
and P. T. NoUn, a one-year Annual payroll at tho prison the Area Development Committee senator said. Small eouaUes;
In other action the Coun-
This Space Contributed be held tonight( or Friday! to According to i.ile Instrument -
: such as Bradford can.Mwr
notified Clerk termer Group 8, were sworn 'will now total around $3.- told the local Chamber
the tax IOU and cil was by Kerr-
to Publicize adopt new record here.
Weekly on children
Mc- expect to provide with
Councilman
in along with Increase of about
Reddish that she will not 000,000. an Board last month because
Community Events ky budget. McOee has relinquished mining Hurst, Clerk the opportunity" for ,a. quality
Prior to Monday night's seek: re-election In December. the company held Rae.. Mayor Carl about 250.000 over the yearly development In rural North,
rights
The 'Community of the Edwards, and new Chief of total before the raises auth- Florida counties will mean education under tile I present
meeting Mayor Shuford asked Bhe requested an audit on 77 acre located in Ttownhlp of

State Bank DUikln what he thought city' books before she leaves 7 Rane 20 East, Sections :- Police The old Bobby council Biggs., with Chair- ized by the employee 1967 Legislature.Prison have heretofore -. more dolars flowing: Into he system continued financing dboolv. ..,..
Jacksonville.
of a garbage fee. Dtnklns said office and the Board agreed 7 and 18.KerrMcOee.
man Ruby Johns presiding, < been paid twice a Schools are financed the
that would not raise enough' to have that done. Duval Chamber representatives by
Accounts 'now Insured. and other. sources Mrs. : has purchased: met briefly and alter paying month. Starting. October 20 offered Jacksonville's state, through! sate tax and)
revenue Reddish told
up to $15,000 by needed. > Mayorehuford some property and leased this bills, adjourned for the they will be paid every other cooperation In what was !by counties through real estate)
Federal Deposlt'.Iuare are No one mentioned what/ :the her decision not to other acreage In the Brookerarea swearing-in ceremony. Friday." The first pay day termed project for "our mutual taxes, Slada said. and a* tonjf
C .would BOlor. run again leaves/ no room for : for the future mining In a brief statement :Mrs. liter October 20 will be November benefit." Continued on Pap six].
ante rp. Increased revenue
but toe .biggest 'item. in discussion, that she will de- of phosphate rcxfc. 1 Continued on Page SiX 3. __,




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;I :Mrs. Honor Manning of Mrs. Emma Badman celebrated 76th AnniversaryFor Stork Shower Following the supper Mrs. Sept. 30 In Macolenny i Bradford County were
Della Rosenberg
Middleburg and Mrs. Emma her birthday Saturday i Members of the Society from Mrs.
Jean Gregorie of Starke have when Mrs.' J. D. Warren gave' Courtmanches For Mrs. BrownMrs. Raymond the opened gardener's the meetingwith prayer. Baker county served the groupa Nolan. Mrs. Russell :NoMra. .

W'&I. been admitted to the Starke a luncheon for her and eight Mr Russell Norman, president delicious luncheon. After a Marlon Payne Mrs
Nursing Home. friends at the Garden Restaurant -I Mr.! and Mrs. J. H. Court- Dale Brown was honored conducted the meeting' short business .session the various '' Canova Mrs. W H Han.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar A family dinner wan also' I manch former residents of at a stork:, ahowei- Tues and announced that Starke' ''coinmlI'u-es met to formulate Carl Roberts, Mrs. Job| ,
Jr. have returned' given in her honor Saturday Starke now living in Jacksonville stay tight at the Pine Level has been Bird plunK for the t y ar. I Mitchell! Mrs, Reddish

GLADYS MOOTY from Charlotte, N. C. where night' at the Warren home. will observe their &Baptist Church educationhall. I Sanctuary. designated Road signs a.will beer Members, itl-n Unll from) draws and; Mrs. Johnny J,,

Phone 961-7608 they were guests of Mr.' and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bald 87th: wedding anniversary ON Hostesses were Mrs. J.I *< Mrs. Vernon Scarborough. Mr. win have purchased the George Monday Oct. 9. Their daughter. J. Jackson, Mrs. B M McRae, Mrs. Norman asked membersto

Mrs Elise Pass and Miss Mary Demaree of Teirwlllegar played In. the Mem- Pierce home at* 1211 Johns Mr. Anita CourUnonch. 'Mrs A. B Whitehead, Mra.I me..t.wltho the City Council

.. ,\ ldy. and Mrs. Oene 8on'l I Gainesville was Sunday to ber-Guest'. Golf Tournament at Drive Saratoga Heights and will entertain with an Infor- Jimmy Thornton Mrs. Robert and make plans for cleaningup I
e lilted Gene at Fort Bonn Ing:, !! Wednesday visitor of her the Quail Hollow Country Club' plan to move here the middleof mal party for close friends at Myrick and Mrs. Alvin the city property vacant ,

: L bvfr: the weekend. I brother-in-law and winter, :Mr. The Terwtllegars also visited October.Dr. I their home 1332 Main St. Farr lots, and rnndtiides. N'' "
: The Methodist Youth Fel- and !Mrs. H. C. ;Itch. Mr. and Mrs. William White and Mrs. H. H. Adams Starke friends also roogratu- A pink and white color motif For the supper the dining ... ... .
: ,w*htp had a "fU'Mlde" visit): Mr. and Mrs. 13. R. Miller Jr. In Lenolr N. C. and Dr. T. G. Ritch attendeda late Mr. and Mrs. Courtmaneh was carried out in the table'\ was centered with an ar- w ..It'4't .
I it the home of Rev. and Mrs. and son of St. Simons Island Mrs. Ruby Britt and son meeting of the Association on reaching their party/ decorations. 'Ih refreshment rangement of chrysanthemumsand '
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J. Rag dale Sunday night spent the weekend wifli her Ray. of Ocala were guests last of Seaboard Railroad Surgeonsin 67th wedding anniversary. table was covered the buffet table was
fter evening service. Mm. C. parents, Mr. and Mrs Char- week of Mrs. T. P. Dyal. Durham, N. C. last Tuesday I with a white linen cloth and graced with a tiered -
arrangement
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Mrs. P.O Stone and :Miss to Classes centered with a circle of ny-
Haddock and Mrs. W. B. los Schmitt. Sunday. Night of harvest fruit rAt .
: 'hompson Jr. assisted Mrs Mrs Lucile Davis had as I Mamie Anderson of Archer Mrs. Martha Moore spent the Offered To AdultsOf lon net around an arrange- I ,
: Ufrffjdale; In nerving refreshC visitors over the weekend her were visiting their slater, Mrs weekend in Green Cove Springs ment of rosebuds and a tall
mentll. granddaughter, Jenifer Davis, E. M. Davis over the weekend. as the guest of Mrs. Hlrrls AH Ages stork.: Mrs. Wayne Farr won' Recent Births !

: Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns of Galr*Mlle on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Harold David Long. They attended the Guild the door )prize.

>arid, son, Phillip spent the and her grandson Greg Davis, 'and daughter are visiting Mr' Players Theater in Jacksonville Attention adults. Do you The hostesses presented the Bradford County Hospital
: weekend at Cedar K ey. on Sunday and Monday.Mr. and Mrs J. D. Tolbert 1 in Sunday afternoon.Mrs. want a high school diplomaor honoree with a baby clothes births announces the following: 1

S Air and Mrs. Guy Sale were and Mrs. Joe Mathews Charleston< S. C. this week. Lola Johnson has returned help In improving your hamper decorated in pink : I I I
in Tallahassee over the week- of Frultland Mo and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Perman Roberts from a month's visit work skills? I antf: blue.Among. Mr. and Mrs. Kennetn 01'1I I ,I
: rridV and attended the funeral Miss Mary Margaret and son of Gainesvillewere with her son-in-law and daughter Classes are now being held I the 40 guests' were der. Starke, a daughter, Nan- .

,of Lowell Woodham on Satur- Mathews of Atlanta Ga. 'were Sunday visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Roberts in the USO building and other Mrs R. M. McRae and:: Mrs. cy Susan Sept 10. I .
: Jay afternoon. last Saturday guest's of Mr. and Mrs. David Browning-. and family in Indianapolis areas from 7 p. m. to 9:30p. : Fate Brown.Garden Mr. and Mrs. Randolph
Mrs.\ Jerome Johns is In Or- 'and Mrs. W. E. Dowling. Mrs. Norman; Rlgdon. and Ind. m. nightly. Clauses' In General Jackson Lawtey, a son, Oct. PIECE SETTING Reg.' $3.00 !

IftDdo on business on Wednesday Miss Kathleen: Thomas children of (Mandarin and Mr. Mrs. Alice Anderson had din- Education and Consumer Club Plans 3. 4 _

: and Thursday and la vhtlt- graduated from Powell's Beau and Mrs. Raymond Lee and ner Wednesday night with her Education':! for the housewife To Seek Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Edward OCTOBER

ing her daughter, Debra, at ty Academy In Gainesville last :Mrs. Jerry Morris of Jackson- son Chief Lyle Anderson., are being offered for CleanupThe Jackson Starke, a son,
: Howey Academy .at'. Howeylnthe Wednesday. She will take the ville were weekend guests of I "itibonrdthe ship USS Claude adults of all ages. Personal Starke Garden Club held Leslie Edward Jr., Oct. 2.
Hills ute home Florida Mr. and D[ire. George W. Brown. V. Rlcketts typing and shorthand will be
4 eI1n> State Board Operatorsexam Mayport.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl
its first fall meeting with' a
: Mr. and.Ire.V.. Hayes in October. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Ritch Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby taught on M.onday anf' covered! dish supper Monday lin Goolsby Starke a N $ 481111In9'0ll's
In Ocala and 'Mrs. Daisy Perryman and 'tee Thursday nights. Fl'r.nk-r Special-
: spent the 'weekend" Mrs. Clydo Terwillegar Jr. daughter returned night af the home of Mrs. ter, Pamela Denise Jl
with Mr. and Mrs, .L. A. spent Sept. 24 to 26 in Charleston have moved from N. Walnut Sunday from ten days vacationat Some adults In the Brad- Paul .
: Weekly. .*. S. C. visiting her son. Street' to the L. A. Davis Horse Shoe They had as ford County area covered as Raymond. DKG
Mrs. O. .L. Haynes. Jr. and Byron at The. College of Davis house on West Madison visitors while there Mrs J. R. many as three [grades' during Workshop I

laughter: Anne, were Charleston where Byron a Cean Whlffen celebrated her Walnwright several days last the last school year. Thane :vrvrlrn Held SaturdayAlpha !
I tier, parents Mr. Vllliung// freshman, was recently pledged tenth birthday Saturday eve- week and Mr. and Mrs. Randy who are not Interested In the Tn whom It may con....rn-
. IavW Q. SCott In to Alpha Tau Omega social ning with a hamburger fry Johns' and children over the classes for themselves are/ I will not hIt responsible 1 1 for Nu chapter of the:
tiny debts l contracted by any-
._ Ga. over the weekend.. traternlt"." for eight friends. weekend. urged to tell their neighborsand ,.ncother thin I myself Delta Kappa Gamma Sod' ty
: ,!jWekend guest of Mrs Mrs. A G. Loudnn will spend Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Mr. and Mrs Rodney Han- friends about them. Harold 1C.. Norman held its annual workshop for i
.'ihellle! 'Cteflew.. Mr. and the weekend In Miami with returned last Thursday froma I sen have returned after two Persons interested In enrolling I.Hwt IU3t y, Kin 10/1H the year 10 7-68 on Saturday

: :Srs. Brad, Lockcx...jwid; :family her daughter Patricia, who month's, trip and visit in weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. should see Mia. Bernice -| I .
: !lit, Tampa and, JIi> .and :Mrs plans.to be married Oct.; 28 to California with their daughters Morris Hansen in Elroy Wis. D. Bateman at the Adult -- --
O.i, H. MacLfrwtMSnr. of 'Jacksonville : :Marvin Barnhart. and their families, Mr.and Misa Dawn' Lamb and Fred':,: Education Department in the STARKE PLAZA Open All Day Every Day FRI. & SAT. UNTIL: : P. !m
-- rear of the USO building, or
Mrs. A. W. Anderson Jr. I
: \ / 'Local admittances to Bradford : Browning of Gainesville attended
: Mrs. Robert 'Nobles of Noriolk County Hospital thlij; In Ventura and Mr. and Mrs. the Sperry-Cue held at'.: call her at 064-6150. You

10 Va. J Js spending several week Include: Mrs. S. B. Mc- M. A. Garcia In Camarilla. the Sperry-Rand Inc. ball may enroll any timo. THUR FRI. SAT

: months with her parent, Mr. Mamas '(Mrs. Linda Kay Bowen Mrs. F J. Shaw and Mrs. field Sunday afternoon.

'ind Mr. CtUU-lM Darby, while AJvln Underbill, Mrs. Minnie Eve Baldwin were vacationingIn Mrs. Alice Anderson and Rev. S. Grady
4 Ur. Nobles .la\ on a Carribbean Redgrove Mrs. Billie Jean South Florida last week. James Barron visited Mr and,
: .rulaa With the Navy Gansett Mrs. Esther G. Brown, Randy Brown of Tallahassee Mrs. Polo Lacayo and Mr. andMrs. I Dies Sept. 27' ; .
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Truluckf ,James Cadle, :Mrs: Oweida wan a weekend guest of Mr. : Mac Barron in ,

Sanford were visiting their Johns Mrs. Mary Jane Kite and Mrs. John Greene and see over the Tallaha"'j Services Held
; granddaughter, Anne Terwlllogar and Mrs. Grace Page all of Miss Ann Lambert. also attended the

for the past 'several Starke; Mrs. Betty Hayes pf Mrs. Wendell Moody and State Bank reception Saturday -
: :aye j Hampton; and Mrs. Elsa Oliver daughter Cindy, of Jackson : afternoon preceding the Rev Samuel J. Grady 92.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Macy of Hawthorne. ville were! weekend guest of FSU game. retired minister of the. Carp'sSd
attended the funeral of his Mm. H. K. Tyus spent last Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Capt. and Mrs. Oliver H. Church of God, died Wednes

father Saturday. In Wichita, week In Pensacola with Lt. Mrs. Efflo Johns had as Sun- \npjnwall. Jr. and children day.He
: 1.Il.<: ''I and Mrs. Kenneth Tyus while day visitors Mtjs Gertrude were visiting in Starke recent- was< a veteran of the

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade their daughter, Susan had a Lindsey of High Springs, Mrs y prior to Capt. Asplnwall's Spanish American War.
r rt-turned; Saturday after attending tondllectomy. Frank Webb of Hawthorne leparture for duty In Vietnam. Surviving is one son An-! .
a an 'L. P. Gas board I I :Mr. and :Mrs. Charney Williams and O. W. Bal den of Jacksonville They were afternoon' guests drew Orady of Barberton, : _

: meeting' In Montreal: Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tllley,, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kopelousoujit I Ohio and two sisters Mrs.)' I j
They also visited In Quebec. Brenda and David Williams Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce Kingsley Lake. Capt. As-i Gusts Scribner of Lisbon|

: They were accompanied bye Cheryl Ward, Linda Britt, Ger- have!, moved into their new!' ;lnwall is assigned to the 15th Falls Maine and Mra. Grace I
Mrs. W 8, Slade who. spent a i ri Mooty, Margie and Nancy home In Green Acres. Making Support Brigade at APO San Chandler of Bath, M.ilne. ( \
i\veek with her daughter Mrs Dowling were fishing aC? the her home with them untl!' Francisco 06374. His wife and Services were held :in th.-l S V
11. K. Hurst I in Indianapolis, Williams camp in the Scrub the first of the year Is Mrs children are residing In Nashville -I Starke Church of God. Sat-i ,
: lad Sunday afternoon Plerce's slater Miss PearlCartwrlght Tenn- during his absence. urdny. Sept 30. with Rev ,

Mrs. Neater; Fetcher, of :Ben Jones of Westvllle was ''of Cleveland 1 S. Williams otf1ch tln.r.. ;L'i DUPONT 100%
: Jacksonville In convalescing at t last Wednesday overnight Tann., who is a registered /* lal wall in. the'family plot

pie". home of,',her niece, Mra. guest of Sgt. and Mrs. B. H.Spears. nurse in the Alachua General! Wm. C. R ames Klngaley Lake Cemetery. ACRYLIC
ORLON
Dave Paulk Hospital. I Services Set DeWitt C. JonesFuneral I
Home *\t Rt.nrtra. was In.
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IFor Friday I charge of arrangements:
.
,
.- Knit{ Tops. .
William C. Reams, ':5. of/INoIin Joins i :
Starke. died In a local: hospital -
Thomas RealtyP. i
Wednesday morning I 'r Orion, turtlmtck and ttrlDM .. .
after an illness of several -th1 Beaton's moat popular tea-
tw 4 e t T. Nolin became an u turea all combined In this one
.
rat weeks. He was a retired farmer !
411 4 .' sociate of A. J. Thomas, Sr.as-I quality taUarad top. Ham long
and:!, was born in Anderson f .ISw.a, back ripper, aiurtadmultt
the real estate business colored stripes, and is com -
S. C. on May 23 1892.
Starke effective October 1. ,, pletoly washabla. S M-U
Surviving is his widow, "'
I
Mr. Nolin was principal of' '' OR TWO FOR $5
Mrs. Fannie S. Reames and $3.99
Starke Elementary School for I our reg.
one son W. P. Reames Sr.,
,?iax't ten years and retired from |
ati both of Starke: a half brother -
Ira Gentry of Jensen that position on June 30, 111114.! See
Beach and nine grandchildren. Since his retirement he has Cone 'r NYLON 2-WAY STRETCHCapri
spent most of his time developing "CorPYScCrCCrory

Funeral' services vlll be some land the family owns l Our

1r 1- I held In Jones Memorial in Holmes and Walton Coun I Pants

h Chapel at 2 p. m. Friday with ties.Mr.
Rev. R. H. Butler officiating Nolan earned his bachel-

Interment will follow in or's degree from Florida State I Doubl* arts, 100% tr.rtcb nylon
Kin sley Lake Cemetery under University witVi'a major in law I In a smartly ttyled pull on pant.
Com a.. them and you'llthat aen.
direction of DeWitt C. enforcement. He has a Must they ar* worth much, much 359e
Jones Funeral Home. er's degree from the Universityof mar than Carp law low sal*
: Florida.Mr. Ktea. Pick on*of S color choice* V
for match the top*. Saes
BILL AND LUANNA OLIVER Funeral ServicesFor Nolan has lived In Starke le,
since 1902. His wife Is a first OR TWO FOR $>

: Mrs. Stokes grade teacher In, Starke Ele- + $5.99 Value
.Cordially Invite You To DineAT : At Rock ChurchMrs. mentary School.Student r


THE Bertha E. Stokes, 71,,, :: Council t-d2 J '
of Brooker died Sunday.: She, .4. J .
r Car Wash Set a e )
was a native of Florida. and 1 S era-
the daughter of the late", John For Saturday ,
ToRenaRestaurant Motel r *
and< Charity Green Lewis. r f

Surviving are her husband.N. The Student Council of 4 GREAT STYLISLADIES' r J
O. Stokes of Brooner; six BHS will sponsor a car wash VINYLSuede

: daughters Mr*. Eiuns Russ on Saturday, Oct. 7.. at Wa- Ladiesr < 1t
.A pop lea; Mrs.. Veda Fechm. ters Service Station 800 S. .. h ; .;,. !
Metuchen; N. H.; Mia. Nita Walnut St. ,
I Kicks Sturke; Mrs. Hazel Cars will be washed from Jackets Loafers ENTIRE
S NEW
Waters Dundee; Mrs. Geneva 9:30: a. m. to 5 p. m. at $1 ,

U. S. 301 NORTH Madrigal Pensacola\ : and per car? with 25 cents extra
-- STARKE, FLA. I Mrs. Vergle Gainey Inter- for whltewalls. $6 I ,i I .. $299. HANDBASTOCKGSI; .J
lachen; one son Lucian All proceeds from this activity Value $ 1 Valuse $188
'
Stokes, PalaUca; one slater, will go' towards tile Stu- .. :1

Mrs. Alberta Stokes, Brooker: dent Council: scholarship if I $ $ 27 67
Featuring 1 24 grandchildren, and several fund awarded each year to for Tr1Iry..pectlleuI..ptf. 1/(/ Ch...... th* penny.. style. teuf. ZJl 3 $4
this
lined ,.
quilt Jacketwith kilt or equ... toe sty..... Competition
t-gramdchlldren.[ I an outstanding senior. club collar and flap ,":, outsole end Keel, wee
Funeral services wer held The pocket*. Choice of 4 colors.10ia rtpecleen I In cordovan, '
public is urged to patronize -
Real Italian at 3 p. m. Wednesday: In the the car wash and help l tan or Mack. a. reg. $2.99 rei.. $3.50 ree. S.c.. "

Spaghetti Rock Primitive Baptist support a worthy cause.
Choot*from ,
I'' lomilne leatlien' smd leatfierltks""
Church of which she was a vinyl, / in ,
,I a wide selection of styles) and 1't '-
member with Elder Herman THE RIGHT POINT for.the MEN'S Regular\ and shoulder bag..
r :
Moody and Elder W. H. Eddy tha way you write. Come In L ..
and Meat Balls officiating. Interment was In I ana select :your favorite ES-

the church cemetery under TERBROOK toontalo.>> pen.TELEGRAPn -y

direction Funeral Home.of DeWitt C. Jones Flannel JR. BOYS' GIRLS' 7-14


SERVING SHRINE CLUB TilE BRADFORD Permanent Press CORDUROY PANTS
I COUNTY TELEGRAPH Shirts. ;
.. TREATS CHILDREN
I Slacks
: GARDEN FRESH I Published every Thursday I or Jeans S,...'uprkr hi soM tJ
VEGETABLESWITH The Starke Shrine Club at 138 W. Can Bt. t .
. -a.lrlbr.anFM.thnae.lty. ;; $1
r. $2.49
Created
-t.. a busload of 48 Starke) Starke Fla. 82091 .
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: i $188 aae'rey"' MID ad. 11'III. -
youngsters to a day at the, $2 Value F W:: .

Shrine Circus in Jacksonville Second clasa-poctag paid : .... taHONd for .mart'"leek. $1.99 Vefv.p.rman .
STEAKS -- CHICKEN -- SEA FOOD Sunday. at Stsrke, .,.. I I Mss for .MtI\o. \
Subscription Rat.sIn < $2.99 Value n..t IaoIc. Half 11I..110
the i .
Accompanying youngsters I. .; .waistband beclt. ,In, 4 GIRLS'
on the trip were J.L. .lrn 3.y.
trade area: $4.00 per 100% trushed' flannel_
BKEAKFAST 6:30: TO.9:30: DINNER 5:00 TO 10:00: ) Gentry Carl Hurst Gilbert monthe.r plaid, Wear for work or Wsurev KNEE.W.IIOSE
i year; $2.29 six tonka. like a million" and Ie I
Brown and Gene Long, members completely washaola." S-XU .
: For Take-Out Orders of the Shrine) Club. r Outside traM areal! $4. O e.r ray C Ala.
The Shrinera' main project per year; $2.BO .lx month. I :WIN'S SWEAT SHIRT y. ITEMS *

Is raiding money for support I ,, Choice slone. or short sleeve In 9$168 eat taoek.t Ims FIRST
-. CALL 964-6784 E. L. Matthew, editor and .. ........ kt 1a % sty.* h
of their crippled children's \ 4 [>tra fail t cut. Six* I thru XL tSa f.ud.a.aaa $ay4, s-U. QUALITY'
1 .unu8001dt. N'lldaot; publisher j \ \ $1.99VA1UI

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OCT. S, 1967 BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.KORAPH. STARKTO. FLORIDA -. wi IIIN1Uon 1 Par J
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Graduating. Class Miss Betty Gsskins awarded to Mrs. George Rob- a set of' dishes from her Shower Given day night.

I erts Jr and Mrs. Minnie hostesses: Mrs. D. R. Redding -, Several games were played
Of 1962 Observes Is Complimented Phillips For Mrs. BennettMrs
Mrs. Earl Moale/, Mrs., and prizes awarded to the

25th AnniversaryMembers Miss Betty Oasklns bride- Among the guests were A W. Gaskins Mrs. Edwin Paul Bennett whose !nvlnners after which, ..refreshments -
Mrs. J. B. Oasklns mother! of were served by the
ri elect was honored at bridal ] Mrs. '
a Moslev. Fisher Gasldns: marriage: was an event of
of the BHS graduating shower the brldci-elect and Mrs. hostesses. Fifty guests were
Saturday night In the
clans of 1942 held a 1 home of Mrs. O. R. Redding: George P. Shuford mother: of Mrs. iUwln: Crawford and 8eptl'm.lwor :* was honored invited dot this occasion.
Mrs. Arthur
reunion on ,their 23fh anni- In Lawtey. the groom-elect. Corsages were Redding Sr. with a shower given by Mrs.

GLADYS MOOTY versary last Saturday afternoon given to the honoree Mrs. Cake and punch worn ser- W. H. Ooolsby and Mrs.\ O. Adjustable Vinyl. Book
Games were played I' :
i Phone 964-7603 at the home of Mr. and 45 guests and prizes y the Gasklns. and Mrs. Shuford. f ved after the gifts were pre- W. Anders ftt the home of Covers. All sixes 30 cents ea.

\I I _. ette Mrs. W.Street.E. Dowllng- on Lafay-- were The honoree was presented I sented. the latter In Lawtey TUes- at The Telegraph.ONE .

The back yard was decorated ,,4n ,,q
I with colored flags extendingthe 1
rTfr width and breadth of the

r lawn and In one corner was "tlwxL
I a large tent. A picnic supper
I was served al 6:30: from three
'buffet tables. Centering: one
I table was an arrangement of
red roses, the class] flower In
I a football container with a
flag with numbers 42 extend-

s ing: from the center. At another ..
table there was a cornucopia -
centerpiece filled to overflowing -
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with fall leaves and


was vegetables.decorated centered The with with dessert a graduationcaps huge table cake Harrell-Parrish Engagement Told IT'S:PURE; FASHION


: diplomas] tied with red
ribbons, candles and a flag Mr. and Mrs. Guy J. Harrellof Ji
s
fJIE DImSS lOR
with center.As ."Class of 1942" in the Brooker and announce approaching the engagement -; 4 FALL 1 Uw

the guests arrived they marriage of their daughter, '
were given red rose name Mary Regina to Robert Ellis
cards to pin on .their shoulder.A Parrlsh son of Mr. and Mrs. M1 S (
prize was given to the cou- Robert E. Parrish Jr., of Lake f r GROUP OF

pIe who came from the great Butler.
f1 est distance Mr. and Mrs. The ,bride-elect' Is a 1966 i I LADIES BETTERDRESSES ,
Arnold Middleton of Ft. Myers.A graduate of Bradford High i 1 z '1, a Yd
,I prize was also !given, to the School. She Is presently em-
couple with the most children ployed at Brooker Junior High
I Mr. and Mrs. James Andersof School. I

I, Palatka, eight children.On Mr. Parrish Is a 1959/ grad-

1A SFI, display In the Florida uate of Union County High li i
"" old clip School] and is
IgJj n room were newspaper employed at the
pings and photographs of the Florida Reception and Medical I 1.'
class of 1942, and during the' Center in Lake Butler.

evening Freeman Register Jr. I A November 25/ wedding Is z

played phonograph records planned In the Brooker Baptist $ 1
that were popular In that year. Church. 1/3 13&hOft
In the living; room were dis- I
Dr.. All friends and relatives] are
played paintings done by I
Invited to attend.rVoman.s .
J. E. Denmark, a member:' of I
the class. I
Club e
Favors of litter bags were
given filled with. Items from To Hear Program ta ,,
e Starke merchants .
r
Among the 31 enjoying the On Tensions LONDON TYPEJACKETS

Miss Patsy demons Becomes Bride : occasion were Mr. and MI'1I.Vernon' Dr. William C. Young; a

Of J. A. Newman In, Heilbronn Church I Nell Joiner Silcox Miss, Mr.Mae and Parker Mrs, Social State Scientist Board with of the Health Florida :

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer will address members of the i ji \\
:':Miss Patsy Louise Clemons. idant a gift of the groom. A Mrs. >Dorothy Reese, Freeman Starke Woman's Club at their:

\daughter of Mr. and Mrs crown of Uliea-of-the valleys Register, Dr. and Mrs. J. E meeting Wednesday Oct. 11, I ,
cloy demons, and: Jam I secured her veil of ftheerest Denmark and Mr and Mrs. at 3:30 p.m.

{.Arnold] Newman, son of Mrjand. illusion. She carried a-nose- W. E. Dowling of Starke; Dave Mr. Young; :will speak on j \:

Mrs. Albert Newman aUjpf gay'of carnations centered' Shuford of Lawtey, ; Mr. and "Ten-si!on and Stresses of To- I $$1 ff 100 and $1300
Starlce. were united 1 lamwriage with a white orchid.* Mrs. Frank Crews of Safety day's Living" The program Is ALL r
,, on Saturday,. Sept. Mrs; Clemens chose for bet Harbor, Mr. and Mrs. Georg'Cruthirda under the club Health Department -I LADIES DRESS I
0; at-S p. m.-In.the, HeilbronnJBaptlst .daughter's wedding an''' aqua of Orlando Mr. and with Mrs. Warren Wink- MONOGRAM FREE LADIES :'FISHNET'HOSE
Church with Rev. ribbon knit street length Mrs. Arnold Middleton of Ft. ter. chairman. ,

fTroy' Johnson performing theViuptlals. Ureas complemented with a Myers, Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. Young; has a variedbackground 1 I .
Anders of Palattca Mr. and COATS /, .
'iwhlte cymbidium orchid. Master \
including a : ,
(Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. of Gaines- LADIES KNIT-N-SATIN- "
Decorating the altar wereJpedestal Mrs. Newman, mother of of Education degree from'
J '
ville, Mrs Betty Brown of FREE
baskets of white the groom wore"a powder New Orleans Seminary in Adolescent
blue dress with white ..accessories Green, Cove Springs, Mr. and Psychology and Social

a tadloll l. background and pompoms of fern;!against palms. 'white, cymbidium'complemented orchid with cor a Mrs.Tallahassee Loule'Lee and Wainwright Mr. and Mrs.of Work;*In!, Psychological Mississippi Hospital Internships I '(PRESENT STOCK ONLY) ,M'I SLIPS I, \. : 1 Pair' Color 'Flsh'Net:

d branched candelabraith : sage. Bernard Eggers. Mrs. Margie Whitfield. Miss and Palm I 32-40 Short and Medium t Stockings with Purchase
burning tapers. The Rosier, and Mr. and Mrs. Foster Beach County I Of 2 Pairs of Colors
Psychiatric Center
(family pews were market .A reception was neW! \n Coker of Jacksonville. .
.miniature the church pastorlum where West 'PalJ1e .ch. 'SlOOeoj! REGULAR, :,. :
iwltb nosegays of 1063;$ ha'has 2 Ocyo OFF
.
v- white, bridal thane. was beenemployed'at'I! NOW ,'$30Q4j'.
/_: ding bells. ana:!! white net /Junior Women the asa $4.00 ', I, .99 r
.:galnst a background of:fernland ., carried outn the decora- Social' Scientist- 'and' funcjtldn'as : ; '.,t ,
q9 tions. bride's table Hear I .l'\J.\ '": ( t
The was "
; Sgt. SpearsOn ,; ;
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lilies-of-theyalley !
a. Mental 'HlaltlCoil'\, 'J,." 'r" ';} ... ... '
planUt. play- covered' 'with a lace cloth t1id I ., ," .' 1'-\1\ ; : "" :. .
r Ray Norman : Highway LawsSgt. sultnt! and Supervi'.tor) Qf, : 7.:
,W the' and centered with a three- '
nuptial music. as. Mental Health Worker' 'prow LADIES ELASTIC LEG
{guests gathered and acconV. tiered wedding cake' topped: B. H. Spears of the gram: .He"has given*many led S.I ... LADIES NYLON .
ReddWh by a bride and groom, and tures on almost 'areas of, .
i spayed Mrs. Vernon.: Florida Highway Patrol spoketo all. '
BRIEFS I \ "
decorated with pink rosebuds. !
the ] : the Junior Womans Clubon the behavioral sciences Includ- .
\
IH served At the base was a garland of of at ing alcoholism mental retardation I STRETCH PANTS/
laws
Harold A. Bishop phases highway ACETATE. TRICOT SIZES 4-9 ... ;$11.00
emllax.! Flanking the cake -
as best man and the usher their October meeting Monday guidance family living
were Tommy Newman of 'were two silver candelabrawith night. and special education. I 1 HOW With Matching Knit Nylon '
6t rke and Bobby Newmanof burning white tapers, Mrs. Eugene Tanner presided Hostesses for Die meeting i :: 6 PR.---$1.99 Top :.'-. :r: $9.00 Up
Miami brother of the decorated with amllax at the over the business meetIng will be: Mrs. M. A. Baldwin I
and Mrs. Charles' Sawyer Jr., chairman, Mrs Jim Brown '.-

ig, room.Mrs.. Gene Paw served aa base.Cutting the bride's cake gave the devotional. Plans Godwin, Mrs. J. S. Shuford,I GAUZE DIAPERS '
Mrs N. B. Rosier Mrs. J. H. '
were made to sell chicken din- ,
matron of honor, and wore and 'assisting''in serving were Florida football fans Dennis Mrs. F. B. Beard, Mm, : J
ners to 'W"RANGL'
trim- I REG. $2.98 ; ER '
pink floor length' gown Mrs W. P. 1/ike Mrs. Boy again this Saturday. Jack Trawick, Mrs. William AHOW .. JEANS ...
daisies. She Clemons Jr Mrs. Oenc Nor-
with
med pink .
carried a single rosebud.. man', .and Miss Margie Dowl-! Home(Mrs.Life Sawyer chairman, American dl"playedvarious Mrs.S. Haas C. A.Mrs Knight.O. L.Mrs.. Beasley J. W. \ 2 FOR $5.00 .. .,\ BOYS SIZES. 1-7" ,. :, !
Miss' Beverly Ing. ,
Bridesmaids went
versions of the Bible Klncald, and Mrs Myldred a' ,. ..
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Hammond of Winter The young couple: went on which were loaned by different I Cuttlno.. REG. $2.50NOW .". ;;., '- (1 \tI
Haven: !' and Miss Brenda Clemons a short wedding trip to Jekyl people. She reminded the club ENGLISH. SQUIRE', ./ .' ,t ,,
jI and junior brMesmaldiwas Island!!. 3a.,' and now resideat of National Bible week. Mrs.,, Mrs. Hamilton : .rl ''H' ,
; Marsha Kay demons, .the Hardy' -residence' on Charles] Hutcheson, Education JACKETSMONOGRAMED \ 1I .:f; .. ."
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isters' of the bride. The at- Highway 301.: North., The chairman announced she will Honored At ShowerMrs. 'A. ". 4.,..., .
i/tendants i/ were dressed alike bride chose for traveling a take a survey of PTA at. ', ."1'\\C'" .
]In pink, night-light, floor green knit A-llne dress with''I tendance. Mrs .D a v t d Von Mark Hamilton! a FREE DURING $200, '
length gowns. empire. atyle. beige accessories complemented Houser, Fine Arts chairman cent bride was honored .re-I OUR FALL SALE WILLIAM TELL ?

,tlhey carried single pink with the orchid from her announced there will be a display mlscellanoeua shower MEN 34-42 BOYS 8-28 .
[.rosebuds. AU the attendant bridal bouquet. ] of arts and crafts next Thursday night given by Mrs.. BOYS SHORT SLEEVE
pink net crowns edged month to give members an Bud Yaun at her home on N, ALSO BOYS' ,
\\'WOre Mr. and Mrs. Newman both .
WIth lllles-of-the valley which graduated from Bradford 1 Idea of entries. for the arts and Walnut Street. GROUP OF MEN'S, LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS .

,held In place their short pink High School, she in 1967, and I crafts festival to be held soon The> bridal motif was 'car- \ ; WESTERN. JEANS,
ried out .In the. decoration In R
'nylon A list of club members avail .
veils. REG. '
he in 1964. Mr. Newmanls: employed the WHITE SHIRTS $2.99 Reg. 1.99 r
party rooms. The punt .
.
It u- Reddish attended .s able to chaperone activities at ,

glower:man girl nephew and: .of Bonnie the bride Nor-! line. .with., Seaboard Coast- the been recreational turned over to center Mr. Ray-has white table,was and silver covered wedduigjbe with )A)' I 14 H TO 16'I' I 1,1, j \V 1.99 3 ., FOR ..- -' $500

decoratiOn.; ;

was: Given ring in bearer.marriage by her Bank EmployeesHonor burn.Mrs.. Bill Chambers announ- 'Games' ;wer.'played. 'duringthe I NOW,. -.- $2.9S ,--- r

father, the bride wore a Couple ced plan for a cottage party evening and prizes award,\. '" t
for Sunland Training; Centeron ed to the'winners. OR LONG SLEEVE '
featuring _, .
white organza gown ? BLANKETS
CONNIE ,ELECTRIC
LOAFERS
A ,,Chan til ly lace bodice withrounded ,Employees the 'Florida Wednesday. The honoree was presented .
neckline and fingertip Bank at Starke' gave a buffet Mayor Carl Hurst was a with a blue hobnail bedspread SOFTIE ULACK '_ BROWN NAVY WHITE SHIRTS SINGLE CONTROL
guest at the meeting.;
supper .Saturday evening from her hostess as a memen. .
sleeves.with The four skirt Hers was of Sept. 23; at.the home of Mr Hostesses for the eveningwere to of the occasion. ,' REGULAR NOW 88' REG. $13.00 -,NOW '$10.88
fashioned
{( Mrs. Bill Chambers, Mrs $ /
Mrs. .
Mrs.
and Billy Hodge onBessent. Yaun was assisted' In $9.00
Ohantllly lace and fell into a David Von Houser, and Mrs DUAL CONTROL
road honoring Miss serving by her
daughter Nancy -
,!short train. Her only ornament Marcia Orlffis and Jessie Thomas Hamilton. PARIS FASHION REG. $16.00 ..NOW $13.88
was a. single pearl pen- Lee 'whose marriage'will be .1 PENNY f

an event of, Friday. Oct. 6,, Mrs. CocomiseHost Little Women LOAFERS ."! row ELS
SCHEDCLBOF at 8 p. m. In the Hops'!! Bap- '
SERVICES tist Church at There_. To BPWThe Set Initiation I REGULAR NOW $6.88 : FOR
The dining tables held turQUOise $6.99 BATH ISOc_ --.12, $1.00HANDr
Starke BPW Club met I ,
ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH place mats and were The Little Women's Club M t ;, 40c 3
Starke centered with ''bud 'vasesholding Thursday night of last week ; ., FOR $1.00
at the home of Mrs. Loyree 'will hold'an Initiation of new NEW 1968 PATTERNS] '
Sunday :Mass: 9:15: .. m. I pink'carnations.. Wash Cloths 20c __ S FORS1.00POINTER'S
Cocomise with President Mildred members at their October
'Thursday Mass: 0:30: p. m- I Gifts were presented! to' the
Miraculous: Medal Novena: 'honored couple by the employees Doyle presiding.A meeting -Monday Oct. ,9, at CURTAIN CALL
Baturday. 7 p. m. -' .- their wives. and husbands. report on the, 1967 Na- '(::30 p. .m. at-the club house. Mena 'Short Sleeve CHENILLE BED; ':SPREADS!
tional Convention was given
Confessions: 5 p. m. and ..7m. After the dinner. S. L. The mothers of all .nembers CORSSIN '
Peek.Jr. showed slides of his by Miss Della Rosenberg and 'SPORT SHIRTS REGULAR '
; recent European, trip; plans were made to attend will be. special ..guest 2 O R $5.00 j
the State Mid-Year Board I Hostesses for the evening B.D. &', Regular Collars $4.00 "." ,,
ST. WILLIAM'S CHCRCB
meeting in West Palm Beach win be
Keystone Heights St. Marks, AuxiliaryThe Oct. 13-19 Donna Lou Patray 501 ::>
NYL-QN CARPET
and Ginger Baldwin Keg. $4.00 & $5:00( ;
.Sunday Mess:. 7:30: "a., m. A membership pin 'was presented ti
nd Women of St. 'Mark's ;; Completely installed over;;Heavy: Sponge
0 a. m.Wednesday to Mrs. Bertie OlsonIn U; 'J '
Beta .
: Mess and NoT : Episcopal Church will meet appreciation of her work Sigma Phi I NOW Cushion ,:! :'C,. '.::1. .
"en pja.IT. ., at the home of Mrs. George in the club. cq 2 WEEK
MART'S CHURCH Winkler on Monday.' Oct. tf Mrs. Cocomise showed Members of Beta Sigma I FOR $6.64 SQ. YD
Phi ,
sorority will meet Mon 2 $5.00 SPECIAL
Maeclennr at 7:30: p.- m: All- members slides of her Scandinavian I
day. Oct .9;at 8 the
at
are urged to.attend. tour. and the BPW tour to p.m. .
Sunday Mss:' 11:1.: L' .
Costa Rica. home of Mrs B. U Moxley Jr.{| .-

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Jackets Blanked 1 190 L I Greatly Young Tornadoes Improved




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"Tl'er endously improved the way Tornad 'IIcnd'

Coach David Hurse describes his youthful 1967 eleven

For 3rd Tornado Win .n..K..:.."....U. U Una iimn.. .. all.. fVn-aa....__ n1--' _its__ _crnmes-n-- to date.
With no opponent to fart

tAn Filday's open date the' BradFord .
improving: Tornndo defense been and held down the Tornado 47-yard drive the first time knocked down severaL of High mentor took a few .cer 12 tackles and three assists -
enabled Coach David offense as quarterbackBilly they got their hands on the et quarterback Jack : minutes to compare the Charles Smith 11" tack-'
Hursc's budding grtdders to Belote plaYed it snfe I ball/ In the second half gave passes" at the line of squad's progress with their les and eight assists., anil
nlneta kl8lfI
blank big St. Augustine 19-0 throwing only six times tfho I the Tornadoes their necond' TI). mage. position during- sprlnj! : practice I John Warren *
Fflday! night in a hard-hitting first half and IS nil night. He Meirer's kirk made it 13-0 PliM-Hv-riuy The Head Tornado l last I and six assists. ,
M l.cer,
clash on a muddy Jacket cornplotod seven./ nearly 50 percent wll'n? seven minutes left In tho Defense! was in the spring termed the )present Bill Bllote Larry
ii I field. but only two the flint i third period. In the Tornadoes ri group of players "the poorest: I John Warl'en. and J, Roy of
J : Jarring Tornado tackles half A third Jacket fumble midway this season The Big < group I ever" had." Chasteen are the members
I shook tho slick ball loose from A 32-yard pass play however the fourth period gave the I I tense made yardage "I didn't think thrn. that the Tornado secondary who
: ,Jacket ball carriers three from Belote to Junior I Tornadoes their insurance with j first down the flint two wtf! could win three- !tinmen. did not allow St. Augustine
times and the Tornadoes cap- end Donnle Elder net up the running back! Larry Meiceri j I I they did not move the 1 "But the boys have worked to complete a' single pass \In
night.
italized on all three for TD'a. first Tornado TD on the Jacket taking a 15-yard toss from I thy did not move the haid They have Improved six attempt Friday
.It was the Tornadoes' first five yard line In. the closing Belote for the TD. The extrn.poln.t for a TD until they -. fundamentally which is the, Belote Intercepted- Jacket
Florida Star Conference contest minutes of lhe first period. fumble. c'1 ..1. for over-all Im aerial. '
try was broken up and possession by a : --'"'-----'-- reason! our RonnIe
1 of the season and their Fullback Tex Patrick bulled the game ended 190. Fullback Tex provement..o Hurse says. Offensive ends
on St. AugiiMtlne>> .. all nl"ht'longIda.Y'' I I Elder
.. 30th victory without a loss. over from the three to put It was the second whltewallhin linebacker on Tornado coaches ire most Orlrsrs .and Bonnie
A vrvt pigskin kept the the Tormdoeu! on the scoreboard Che InrkloM Jackets covered the first Jacket ; >> record thin. year CD 3-O by beating the pleased with the clubs progress wel'ci. "also praised by Hurse
Tornado passing game from 6-0: received in tea many weeks; and scored fno first (> Mayton, tackle (TharlHH. Smith anil on defense which! had for .their :receIving. Orlgg

-I .. being as effective as It has A recovered fumble and a Lake City fumed the trick I down :; quarterback Jock Niwtblt. as. he attempt. lagged behind the offense for leads the receivers for the
six receptt
40-0. Patrick fell on the period. I a time In the first two games three games with
Coach Hurse was not; the St. Augustine 41 ,I I But the defense' jelled In ions and 202 yards 'while
) on. if intercepted one Feltner aerial i Torna- Elder": is second ,wllii: Jouicatche
pleased with his offensive i tied for three yards on the 19-0 blanking the
:, line's blocking as he was the down to ,the 38. : but Just couldn't get a grip on i does gave a big st. Auyustlne and 129 yards.OrlKga .
; '.'r titll 01''if/ your heat goeSC1I! defense, but attributed part of Belote then hit two passes the wee! ban as he bobbled It. last Friday The Jacketsweren't can' catch 'a anybody ball Ina
crowd well as ,
the Tornadoes' performance to Denote Elder on the dogged Statistics able to complete a as
: pass In- BHS SAIlS the Tornado coach, says,.. noting -.
the Yellow Jackets' size. BHS' pass play which carried single pass and never penetrated '
6 little 150-pound: sophomore Jacket five Mercer moved. First Downs 10 7 Inside the Tornado 25 he. caught"several passes
: YOUR FUEL guards simply had a hard time yards l before Patrick Rushing Yardage 191 137 yard line. the other night [against St.
moving the big Jacket linemen, left!? tackle and pushed pass by Passing Yardage 107 0 Coach Hurse who.e philosophy Augustlnel with people' right
'but the Tornado pass protec- skin over through three In the Passes 7-15-0: 0-6-1 Is that If you lon't get on top of him." .
GOB tion broke down, only a couple 'lers. buck Punts 5-34 7-33 scored on you don't get beaten Offensive Line Coach MikeSexton
: lilfi BILLS of tinea Jacket senior tackle Mercer's extra point the end Fumbles Lost 1 3 named several players _wouldn't let guard
'Bill Angalfy was the chief was wide; he made only TD Yds. Penalized 15 65 who turned In the best game Ralph Morgan go without
Tornado nemesis; he broke three against St. with four Score by Quarterns of their careers Among praise either. The little guard.
through for several tackles be- The Jackets had game. BHS _______ 607 6-19SAHS them tackle Charles Smith Just a sophomore, "is' doing'
hind the scrimmage line and downs but never got Douglas ___h__ 0 0 0 0-- 0 end Plen Onann. middle- a' real consistent JOj for a
I made several others which Tornado 25 yard line game for Scoring Summary: guard Willie Cohen <\I\t'center young boy."
a' ,: ,e.. held Tornado runners for no once at the end of the his despe- BHS 1. Patrick three yd. Andy Mayton. With a break in action this
S 'r'I' when a bad center on as the run; 2. Belote 1 yd. run; Mercers The coach called Cohen Friday the Tornadoes had:
gain.Tornado coaches credited I Red punt? gave them did Its kick goott; 3, Mercer 15 the "most Improved player Monday off; but will work
( r' mWdleguard Willie Cohen I sion at the BHS 35. all six yd. pass from Belote.( on the club. The Junior middle hard the rest of the time) un-

o. ,, tackle Charles Smith tackle secutive off sides !almost, &'Uat'.! had seen individual til Oct. 13 meeting 1th
S Allen Croiwford guard Ralph pushed the Tornadoes tackles and assisted five Bolles in Jacksonville. Tues
: Morgan and end Plen Gnann the 25, but Belote others a total of 12 tackles! day the Big Red worked! pn
with superior performam a Jacket pass on the Top Orange Park 7-0 That was'second only to linebacker ,. pass' protection which Coach
: t'4c Cohen made a hard tackle end that threat Andy-Mayton who wa%I Sexton calls "one of our biggest
ka Jarring loose the pigskin whichhe The slick ball carrier ( TD Run In 4th In on' 13 'tackles.with seven, : weaknesses; ''It \ *s" terrible -
: then recovered to give I'he It back to file 30 by Quarter I Individuals a 1'1.1sIx\ assists.! against St'. Atltastine"That !
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4* "-e Tornadoes the bnll fop their ly reversing his field. I End:; Ohahd1'onrdo: will beon the agenda
4 ': second TD. Smith was a tow- most broke free for a Tornadoes Warney Adkinson pruned tie: tackling against the big for the entire two weeks
er of strength in the Tornado TD run but the last quarter team for alert defenslva play Jal'kets1th nine individuals along with continued work
defensive line as l he pulled tackler to have a clear a tough noting thut the defense recovered and two' assists. on the fundamentals as' the
w'' down big ,Jacket backs fo ,ncj brought him down. I squad 7-0 three orange Park Mne backer Steve Crawford .schooling of, the, young club
: : gain several times. :" Gnann,,' A 12-yard' run, by : ;( Park. fumbles and. picked off two I also1 played his best defensive continues without 1let up.

S -.-. '- halfback passes In shutting nut the game to date-and was Hitting will be on. the agenda
the tight Raiders. second with' eight tackles every. day.
i open In Tonight the JV's Journey and one assist.: Crawford an Every Torr ado Is' in good

: I bieaklna!' ; I to Lake City to take on the I off lIlve'flUal'dl',. Is also doing j shape except for sophomore
: TD tough Columbia High Tigers. an outstanding Job with, Roger center Bill Buby who has a
:_ I IJ the. ball I Oame time Is 7:30 p m: Chilson's ,old post of the sore knee but has still been
"-, on a clip-) pulling \guard. Chllson' was practicing. Cohen has a sore
'. .' ; I one of. the best( the school elbow and Onann a sore
J bali'r) Ins plied tin' Whlor" irrnh, 'WohooJ..' I'/\M\Ou1i/ .has ever ha4. Coach .Hurse shoulder but these are notCrloiis'
I I ': l j hd led County. riortflu: :
l r 7. SJmh::: 'other. that may pari'ipate says' and Crawfoid. is pIck-, .
,f ; Mike' prior to receipt of bid*. ing right upCrawford :* 'Running Back Larry Me'r.cet' -
Dale 'I'Iie' I 'Uncut will net ax
..j input" leads the te di' in leads Tornado ball carriers
Red .ACIFNT ti> I'"p've" hid" and
"", tn"l. nuoronHfiil bidden to tackles for: all three games r for the three games
1 on the the participating groupUiiln i to date with' 13 ta kles 'ahdfi.'e' with a S.1 average f6r 4i/5 carries
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Kelly: got I Hhull li uciumpllixled by FullbackTex
and 236 yards
.a bid bend In the. Amount of assists from his line
throe-yard 6% ot the hid i.I'k'e. and. tnltrtiipnyulile backer spot. Maytorr.: the Patrick has'c lj11ed 46
?ns ran lnntrmtl to the Hourcl of;" the i>pnrtlc( JMiliIII : !I i Il other lInebacker' has It tackles times for 194 yards! a! 43

; l>iitMK) dtntrktH' Tho mrrcemffyll and 12 assists mbie tha aveiage.: Quarterback Bill Be
Ordinary heaters pile the heat up on the ceiling; Mason: and l>blilep will ft* rc'nulnul I : ; .;I to. ,furnlMh ...-.I anyone ''else Safety Bill Be- lote who turned In another
I mi ncieptahlt* n.rfoi'ua' ii '
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until some of it finally steps down to the living performance' against St.
; good
three
., anil jmyimnt' hnnd *<|iil to loteha'!! 14 tackles sail
]level. If you own an ordinary heater you know '. t"'Hf..t;#: ". '. ..,.: .'011 Kin ldo% ft the ronfruct price exociitetl assistsOnann; has 13 tackles Augustine has carried J 28
4. r\ti!
how costly and uncomfortable that system is! Siegler ..". ,:;{ ''; .. l : : 'r UV by to a do surety biiRliie companvllcnnHid In and seven assists Cohen \\2 times for 83 yards; a 3.0
; \\f-JYf'! y ,
does just the opposite... your floor gets heated' f-!' ': < .;... \ : Morldu. tackles and 12 assists. Ier- :average
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1 rs :'Heat t'; is not wasted pn the ceiling and out the fiI. iJ tl '''' : : ( : iionn) :>oJ\Y iii- right 1'he lupnrttiint to; reject" nny rtHi or>rveit all bid.tlto Belote has thrown 33 pass

., (;himn y.'Don't close o.tI rooms this winter and pay ; ; ; T CON-. / end waive t chflhsiitiou.Pef'frnance es, in the .three games!I atid' :
1. : Sp ", (I'A tlon.<, Florida.
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high_fuel: bills.to boot.order. your new Siegler now. .- ', ( ) I t received at Solieitiatlo Drawing" and In.truetluna ve to'loo'hl", State Department of completed 16 for 428 yards
: 11, 10117. In io Build.hair. Hy tin." I':IliiPHtlifnrioycl
.. ., ... and 48.5 cent of ,his ,attempts -
IT PAYS FOR ITSELF WITH THE FUEL IT SAVES .Hye- Component {Contractor. arenVullitble T 1-hrlHtlun, per
). State Pe, at the office.. of HHf.Huoill Hiipi,rlntvndent He had one' pass Ih-
\ I Ion. Tel Is. n, Avant Bulldlnir. 201 9/.17 3t 10/1
I furnUhlng Wtnt Park Avvnut. Tullaba. ,tercepted.. t
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DENMARKI condition '
,. compon. ,
v.teto Pro'
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FURNITURE CO. End Ronnie Orlggs taken a Belote aerial on "the: St. hoi.>.l, Brad-.

JrU..tlne'ard line to set :np 1>> a Tornado TI>. With two Clay

. 434: W..Call l St. Phone 96 1-5827 on him (Grlffg. carried to the three. .... County .. .
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and a 23-yard pass play Ola Belote to end Ronnie ysfomatieavings
Marin" '
got* the Tornadoes to the .,., .' ,
Ia et '25 in the second period .
the drive stalled as Bwx. ,

HUNTING NEWS I 'passing passes fell conditions incomplete much I:

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.... than desirable. 'I '
t Cohen lilt. Hard I II ..
DOVE SEASON OPENS SAT. OCT 7TH' I Not to be denied in I Ift. ..

: third period the '- ". .t. >. ';
... kicked off to the Jackets .
allowed one first down, [
iE..: .: Be, PreparedShop Where The Willie Cohen nailed .
The
Tornado
:: Latest Equipment Is In Stock broke through to hit I .

.... hard enough to knock the


-::=. ,' USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN skin loose Mercer at and the then Shot St.fell up Augustine on the the: :; :::

: for 19 yards to the :
r Bank financing On Guns --- 20% DOWN before Nesbtt and Paul r' : !\I ;;''' :i : IIS s. .

brought? him dowd"justhe I : '.; .
broke loose. A 15-yard .J.. ; ...... ,
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II! SHOT GUNS .*. HUNTING CAPS sonal foul penalty against. I : *,
.-- .C. RIFLESHUNTING .*. LATEST COMO.: CLOTHING Jackets gave. the \ i J \91 ,
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'" another first down- at the ,
::: :: i.* COATSHUNTING .*. SNAKE BITE KITS I .
>>-. ; ... VESTSWATERPROOF .*. ,The fleet hard-di IvLng !i. ) .
:' HUNTING KNIVES, cer ran rightend fqr ff" !
4, ; J COOTS .C. SNAKE PROOF LEGGINS flftt down. iRonule I : !'' .ccess .

: I'". GUN CASES .*. HUNTING STOOLS Grlggs then ......:..
I.C.. MOST CAL' RIFLE AMMO.: .*. NEW TYPE GAME BAG Belote paaa *on.. the. five "
::; ... ASSORT. GAME CALLS .*. ALL %ATIIER.SUITS bulled his .way too. the : : :; : ;.,:

.. 0 ... SHOT GUN SHELLS .C. HAND WARMERS: before .he could be pushed I ,, .
the ground. The play
I'. INSULATED 'SOCKS .C. SAFE KERO HEATERS &
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nine hard-earned
.. yards.
= C 'INSULATED 'UNDERWEAR LANTERN
T<>r'. Flare I

Tempers. '!., flared_several }pen your account now!
: FEATURING ACE HARDWARE during the second half

became obvious ,that the
St. Augustine eleven could


;: Sfarke Builders Supplies, Inc..219'E. ses handle bade began defense the to click.hard-hitting and'\Belote'a One '. 'SaviOgs and Loan

., was a personal foul ... I : S.
Grl ', who was choked :

p, ?.,, WASHINGTON ST. 'lIIONE 96M201 struck tackler In.on the the back pass,by play.a SZv; ASSOCIATION 'OF"STARKE

218 N. Aye
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THURSDAY. OCT. 3. un<
nR.'DFORD mtT\"TT>: TELEORAPR BTARKK.[ : FLORIDA
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I Voting Machine Crisis! ; Sunday Women Get .... oj, f I -

Proposal! Is Termed. Florida Star TeamsDisappointing !

Questionaircs


I Tabled For Further StudyA I For Jury; Duty ,! Dominate_ Oooonents' .i I All Now Your You Insurance.Can Pay r (,


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proposal to sell :Bradfon 1 I county' could save money I Johns said he thinks the "Mast!; dteoppointliw.! says I IBradfonl i Questlonalres were mailed -
County $17.881 worth of vot- with the leash' Palatka: Florida: Star Conference -i'BUl Belote, Starke quarterback With
machines or At rjticlilncn can bo used with \:>> Education Presl Tuesday and We in* machines: was heard: try: get election results faster Ire I 'with very little increase in dent Richard Jot ken of .the! 1,112 prospective"() Bradford teams continued to sneaked over from the.
the /
County Commission fa> : with 'no Increase' in expense.' expense clerk: Charleo. Darby' turnout Sunday' afternoon: for'( County Jurors. InalurtlnK, 370 dominate outside forces and one yard line r

the second time but no ac- Commissioner Jerome JohnsJY however, said he tlxfni the, "crisis Sunday" called by women bv the Clerk of the the top teama continued to' The Palatka-Ocala! game, ONE CHECKWhether

Won was taken Wednesda; I favored getting f11C:1l'es: $o,I II county la. too amaU foe themachines the, state teachers .ln an el+ Circuit CohortFor win over the second division was A thriller before .a. packed

morning. l back up the machine! or toj I to be mare. economical fort to explain ,the edtlcatie2t' the ftf st time, under a dubs In conference. play as ctadlum at Ouala with the.

Further study Is nedded t 01 show they will be too expe -I than poll, votj' 's who situation to patents.Th new law pet id iota: IM' 1967 Orange Park won its first score still 0-0 .late in the
determine, whether or not the)\ slve. count the votes public. however did I FlorUJx 8tsloture.. women loop, taking Bolles School ofJacksonville third rlodbut with 44 seconds -
apart 200.( loft In the perk*}' Pat you need life health, far,
sal y 'ways. to save money not. appear tot the explaniatloo are being asked t* serv.j.). Previously I
with the machines would be, Just. 10 persona Chawed{ I i they had, to /otunteerfor Cliss Starke currently' the State Lisle, a reserve halfback recovered home or property insurance, try Nation

hours saved 'When'votes axe up at Bradford Hlgli School Jury ,duty If they wishedto A Champion, wallopedSt. a fumble on the wide' new .PREMIUM: \ PAY PLAN. All-
1 I Augustine 19-0 in FSC Ocala 7 and two plays l later
during the .
being counted and the cost two hours the serve.dnty four premiums can be combined'and
RCA VICTOR teachers spent In their room four play. I Hollls Tlnsley hit end John
ofprinting women
baDetDarby: are onBradford'o ,
In o.thermes ) paid in installments. For detail
Lake Cityrolled son with A TX pass. easy ,,
Sunday. Other
said schools In the .
., Four poll workers would P'.IItM! ,veiUre..I. :
'h v.' r. \ still be required undo: sto t.< county: reportedsimilar poor' One of theme ",'J. Alle Mo-'i over JacfcaonrtUa Bls-| This set; the :Braveson tire rail me: '

law. att.nh. neetrine' parents at!i Ctrvey, of Lawtey/ nervedon: I.hop Kenny .on the': ground| and the next time the Pala ,

presents Darby said Bradford Coun South8 .e. Ktamentovy-: a ,jury tu. the recent easlan '.arkf through the air for ai I tka ns !got the bell Tlruley hit i''I.. "

ty was the first 'trt'the stair Stark Elemental, eight' ate)! of. County Judvo's' Court 46-9: victory, ana: the Johnson! with a 48 yard POM' BILL POWELL

to have election results 1A Bradtard Middle Boh**. "ttio.: new law. $iuwever.. Brsvaa played the Ocala and then Tinnier polli.iedoff; ,

1' : the last Bovernor'ii!! race into RJE Hlirh( In Reno hOW-! provides !that expectant Wildcats a Class AA the TD with an 8 yard pas' 1'bolte' 9<54:fllfU 401 W. Madison' St

smart new Jacksonville.' evPr. report** that 71 persona. .j mothers and mothers with all even" until 44 seconds! before to Richard Martlnoau. Tina-,

Johns however,. sta..3d. that attended.Not children under 18 years ofage the thud quarter' ended ley capped a fine perfomir(! Starkev Florida,,

the state will probably require a single parent visited, shall, upon, th'clr request. then brake the Bana- open a11ee wlfcli. ati ,Interceptionand '

each county to use voting the Brooker. School but be ,exempt from duty. Other with,, a fumble l recovery which. :, Kerry Hart; added the ,

buys machines li% the; near fu-' many sot at the> school playground exemptions, provided .In! Section led to their first touchdown third. TO with a One 4 yard',

tuie. Darby r; said the bill had and watched' their.:' 40.08 of the Florida Statutes and went on to win 18-0. bloat to cap a 68 yard drivein /

i been up Iota the lost five sessions sons practice football era: persons over 65 The, liners from Lake City 8 playa e

and hasn't been passedyet. BEA evident Jockey, who years of ue'' or disabZed or piled up 220 yards on the Standings 'I!'

4i for the Johns sate! the xxutclxines la the-. principal of Bradford persons' exemptby, reason of ground, 160 yards in the air Conference Alt-games'!
Middle School and Intercepted four posse} W L T WL T.
W1"-
would prove "a real convenience ; said peon\ certain .occt aUoaa, such as '
turnout could be attribute lawyers 'iC oa Roby Dobebteln and Crate Lake City 200 300,,'
and QCtor.
mett
Nitlopwldi'' Mutual' ''nulnc. Company Nitionwios Mutual' Kn Iniuranci' Company
Proposal made to the to several things. Parmits. he,,,, flora of the press..and ,achooltteachers Busby, kept their assault go- Fataitka 100 303Live Nitiunwld lift" mtuuncc Company .ham" ofticti, Columb... Ohre,.
swinging Board was to pure!nose 10 said oould consider Uiemsel! Ing'as they scored four touch- Oak 100 3 0 ,,0
: I/ce-/ already informtxt I downs between them In the Starke 100 300Q
Shoup Voting Machines at or mat ProttpectiVe jurors may be
$1.758 each with the 'count simply be not interacted or disqualified! ,:by the vx>uri 2 If slaughter of the Jacksonville P
{paying/ thf'l1off in 10 years !they; might have been unwilling ., they have been convJcttd: of school. In the last halt! the St. Aug 0 2'G 0 3 0

season I The Board' voted to table to give up a Sunday a felony Ana 'are1thout. reserves! took over with! Billy :Holies 0 3 0< 030'' We Arc Now! Taking. Orders

I the' matter pending further Afternoon. Another principal; their' olvlt rlgihts.IttaludM. > Hall and Danny Greene scored ,- La t; frlday,< R-.J.ta. I

I study. sited the panel the- DBA Ii: : in the letter. with the final two, TD'i. Lake City 40. fcoshop I For '

: In other action the :Board; sponsoring PTA lIil'4tlrlQ. the; Questtonaire are: stamped Orange Parks Raiders hit Kenny C 0Starke I

i -.Refused to take 1.n'1'' action at which the"education sltu- and,. tMtdressodi envelopes :Per- "their peak, for the first 'tune 19. St. Augustine Oi I

to assist James Davis in Ulon. is the topic' as perhapsanother sons 'de l\1nr exemptions are this season as Key Taylor Orange Park 30. BlUes 0
reason more asked to fill out the on the third play of the CLASS RINGSBuy
reclaimtng'six feet of hit parents- qu stionalre. Palatka IB. Ocala 0
didn't attend Crisis Sunday. !, give the reason for the game, broke- Into IftyllRht
land he claims a county road Live Oak 33: Macclenny 0
( ha enoroe.ched uponDavl- "I'll guarantee you If the exemption. and have .the and galloped 74 yards for
Games Thin Weelo
Space-Saving Color! wanted pennUslon to' placer)! ; 9 football program wa, short ,, form' signed "by a nobory. pub- Sweat their first made'score the and point, Wayne good' Conference-.Bolles: .t Lake Your Class Ring In The Modern Manner\
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J fence six- feet!, Into the road money they'd (parents !heu I ; City.
for 7-0 lead.
where he would be fighting! to" do a Before, the
says his property I flrstr period half. was over, the Seabroeza at Pauitka: (fnon-,:
?L line. tuna oft SR-18.: something' about It": one :"vet,' r lll.. annulment of th murrUnohmrween Raider's Gary Alvertt broke Confj I
eran eduoitor said. r" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ
Accepted an annual report yon and the I'lnlntlrfNAT1IAM II IIIIIIIIIII III
I Gov. Claude Kirk said the WILLIAM WILSON: : through the, BoUos line faked Fernandina at St. Angus-) IIII I I Present rules permit you

............- ............'. .. Bell.from' Farm ForesterTom' : people "stood up1' the Florida ha. bourn. tillIei' .."..I"., yinti" a..* '. out the secemiary: and went tine [non-Conf.] 'I W' to select your own ring
trvfonJHnt/- NA1IIAM 'W J. :
r.imrLLp1r, : I II Education ) 07 yards to score their second Tallahassee TUckards! a.t'
''hi I _Was told''' by Surveyor Association by no LIAM WIUI\tN. lItlntlft In with a choice ofSemiprecious -
I attending the tits ab.:1.. :/" *" Court end l lCauifl six-pointer and again(
i ..,.: : MerrY!' AfeMtitort rt m11 h+' be :"Crisis Sunday Orange Park [non-Conf.1)
.. ... .. .. a BOO* idea for the- Comirilaslon1 ." ,The function was actually tits your and dtfaiiiw you are or reTiurvmt Answer tit to Sweat tacked on the point S.arke.(, open' dite. I II t
\ I '. I \to*emulate'Duval's Coun- sponsored: by tho Classroom the Comp] ltt| tie filed thur e ln and the Raiders led 14-0. Live Oak, open! date.MtUIANCf stonesa'
,, ''''I ; I''. Teaohera. Department of with the Clark. oL the Circuit Bolles regrouped at thai
\, iJ' ''' I ty's polWsy Of accepting sub the Florida Education Assoc Court Htark. Florida, .and. point and held the Raiders t' Diamond top
division with roads nerve u copy thereof upon .hl
plats
,\ 1':1 j latlon.Wh,1. Plnlntlff'a. attorney Burton. T.Douglas under control until tho late
t'i! : \ shown but with no imnrow- 103 North 61a1netre.t minutes of the game when FAMILY White or yellow gold
: ;{ r...;.l\i CTAtlpAa 'l Sryt : ments- 'made; then not to accept e the y were dleyp- ; Pant f>ffi. a Draw or .dE; 1
: > pointed In the turnout Sun 1214, Oalnnnvllld. !'luridon the Orange Park quinterbacfc!: 'i
ill Encrusted initials
( ( the roads for mamten- PROTECTOR : a
IrtirMrq '+ bfor N... Brokaa 13 ;!
@LOB day. Bradford school officials or the 8th day.of Mickey flipped a ji
t :. ''i; 1':1 1, : : 'I. ; .. ance u1lti1.they are graded to said they would continue ember, JIM 7f and It you fult. to yard pass to Alvers In the ., i'lMERRITT '
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1\ t tf. du, u a J>ul ult Juuiiniont will .
county specifications. Clerk ...
,, 1'a'' try to Inform the public of u,,' tAkn. uffatnijt you tor the endzone. The point: failed but ,. ,. I ALL of these extra at
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r. I i Darby said that would ft* agood rallet. demanded., la. the Com "
i. the the Raiders: had their firstwin' el'0 i COMPETITIVE[
t
1 problems the
facing" ;
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'I I I policy and that the plaint and thareaftur MiitiUaunn i
I r.. 6J' \\JI".J.i'' : ," state's school of the season 200. WILLIAMS II >
sjstm. The nhull proceed MX Parto. PRICES!
f. I" j I IGirl's
of ;
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M doing something IIII
i I county
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Wll'NKaS fiend and meal! Live Oak Bulldogs'slam. I 111111
( much'In my(
i I ".:F sC'. : ,f school crisis was still II1*!*
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.. that sort now.Accepted of .14 Court lhla 4th '
'. '. I. day 01Ofitubtuv med around
<,\ ,.1 ." .. ": :1" .S the forefront Tuesday ., J*. Uu 18.1..1. Stark.. Macslermy ontheir'
nine- bids for a 117 N.
'. 1 night as the BEA waa scheduled P'lortda.nnAq. on home grounds, with 1 Ring 6-WEEK
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'''' ...... 34| yard dragline' end turned
( ) fullback Hank MCKelthen
'j to ; '
b- -ff"; _, J :, 'j them have another panel thariea A. Darby Clerk. Of the WatnutPh. Not Shown DELIVERY
': ; t f over to lid Foreman'I
\ 1.: ( I leading the non-oorvference
r ,_ ,,, t I, ;I,' at the Starke Elementary ('Irwin, <*.vi. ]019hth JudI.LJ l
""l ": I R. II:. Jonea' and a committeefor PTA Ciioult i;;; In.--;and;; Fur; llrailforoCouuty. wtrr,' scoring the first TD on
1f
: "f. nf l > mooting and Rep. Sen. '
'r : : : ; F.' study. Apparent low was. .....rWa., ; ..9 6t.5391'tllte
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.. : Tom 8lde an 8 yard smash and 'then
r \ .s\'l. ;"I was scbeuled to By U uliin, M. kTooftr,
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w \ wy WO ,1 M. D. Moody uJ nl9o r { p;-.t.1 speak at the SouUuiide Elementary Dvputy.\ UlarltNotice later booting an 11 yard field Williams,
ro.y.; .. ,;,.oIfJ oI: r 1833,748, but the Board'a decision I Jewelry
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i'L./1"1 'y.I: u.'I." \: '., PTA. -- goal. Andy Cheney scored 'n
..:....:. '. ,.......... '.:. : :. '.,,, '0'',' .: I, : will hat be .IUL'lOUDced [See other story in. this .0 T.Y.|M ltaa UMi For a three yard run and then farm Lift fnmranea"' Campsny J
until a special Oct. 12 )meet odr. :
the finished off the
Issue] I .. l.a.te. F. r>. reserves -
ing. I II NOIK'K. l IM IIHRBBT OIVKN. I Baker County team for the I
RCA Victor brings .Awarded sv MnCTaict: to : that Mi Frank. ,William. final 30-0 score .
you I <'A4* rU'''n at>
build a chainItnb fence to white ties. the holder of the tolluwingu.rtlrtuut.a f,
color so real you'll think wear shirts and "na riled acid cortlflaacea Starke's Tbrnadoes in their _
there! Rectangular ,around the new county barnto All other students may wear for a tea dual to b.. first conference gamtv ,shut
you are I Armstrong Ponce Cb. for regular school clothes. iKxucd. tharcon. 'rho .iturtlrloatuntimij NEED OIL EMULSION
the. hapless Yellow Jacketsout
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Hi-Lite Color Tube rM and y ai M of .N."h"
$43888 I 2C47. thq. description of the property, in a hard fought game\ as
with ma-Chrome for Authorized the final payment IVOTICR' : 11 ml lh.. .nHiiic. *. In whim It wall Tex Patrick climaxed a 40

locked-in color fidelity ,i:; to Ttlest Const. Co.barn on, vlnlunH.In aowrdance nt, Huctlon with lao.s tha, KUir-pro- ,n.Ortlflcat.......d' .are No.IMI follow 9ayear: of I yard drive with A 2 yard "TO; Shrubbery must be sprayed now
the $2 .1t84 county
during warm-up. I Ida )rtahuter, The Hoard of iHiiuanc 1UoHcrlptlon"4. I dive early In the game. The
which Ernest Triest aid Is ot Property 8 61)
Putillu Inatruotlon of Bradford! game remained 6-0 until lade
: FT or Lot 4 of B.UK .U)< In It "Xk ,
County <
complete( with the exception Hereby iturvea not lewthat
in the third quarter when artutnvercrf
L'US M/D.i for maximum protection
I klixtlcjii' will
an ba livid.Vovnmbur 1 .1
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of tI'Ie'dry-wall In the office. a.ee..rd'I"ItANK
CLOSE-OUT ON 1967 7.. 10? for the .Same inwhich fumble OTAVJ the
Authorized Supervisor of purpose. of voting-, for dlitrlctTruMtoea I* ,WIM,1AMS n1': AL. r Torna'oea the ball on the"r

Registration Neva Flynn" to : the: enunlnw and. Ulatrlct blrnnlum tax Invyor I 111 I AU. County of Httlil.of propurly Hntdrord. / being,' Mttof In.. own .7 and 11 plays later rl i .Its ahrubbpry- spraying timer onditfon""mor "capable of surviving I'Ik Chemical Co. substantiate

hire an assistant' to aoslst I. her 10/fl. 41 JO/261 f FloridatlnxM atarkqt: September has 1'lje} coM winter. monthR. I the Importance of thl* spray.

MODELSDISCOUNT in purging the voting rolls. ..:..- I I, ,trtlflata! much. .hall cerllflvat ba ruil.*"tned or been set aside an the month Home owner are fully Don't take chances with
-JMseusaedpurchaslnQ: a la Tkti lrralt ('.art O( ..a_. iouurdlna to. law th* property ERROR IN SOI THEATRIC: !: I for the application for the oil aware of the, vast expense of I your shrubbery Call 964- UJ:

r, mower'to fit owto..' road Ida ted F.la-ntk:.'0.. HriulfardO Juafrl.l( rir:....._... la ,d.w-rlbnd oortlfloatoK In ouch will b.certlfloattinr sold to AU I i emulsion .spray a necessary landscaping" a home an/1 of 'today tomorrow tor sure. To

/grader.:! to be used in mowing Cue NatNATIIAM 17. I II the "hlhat bidder at the court '!safeguard against plant pests the increased value a home enjoys neglect your shrubbery at thin
\ UP TO ditches. Board made piano to I WILLIAM Wlf.sov .. I....... door C on the. first Monday On page. 4. Section) 3 of this I and cold weather. oa a result of a well
: plaintiff. v.. KMMAWltiHON LOll of November time could be very coatly..
to Ocala to see' one. In month Untie ad states coat "They I
go Defendant. at; This application& should< not: planned AND WELL PROTECTED -
I 1a.7- which la the Cth day
-Don't b half. a.fe! Call
-Approved. a partUl. payment NOT1CH 1 ."Nov..mh<>r, 1557. Live for Klcka" end "Chuka", be used during cold J Inndicapo. The number *>
: of' is.ooa to Tries: TO' JC. HU. I..OU WU..H'f. !' Jttto4' rhi. dthi' day ol O<'LO' arc playing Oct. 1314; 15, A spray now will weather'j I' of requflHtSi already on Florida Pent Control & Chemical
0A. C. Ita tI old 11''', Sr.lout. .
I hr I,5tl7.lSFMG7
Const. Co. on the Agriculture ) S. Dos JOII 4: this In an error should read| Into dormancy, )In a record at Florida Pest Control 'Co. ,,//.U1d.be. sure; !It -
Complex. Mo'kH"Ule North' CArolina Ch&rtw. A. tlafby. Otti 8, 1, 8. I
270J9voir CIrK uCircuit Court OtDradfitri
$200.00We Ann HititBirr: NOTI- '
I Florida
School Pictures PIKU thus. .ult for divoru..r' ." Count'25y$ le' 10/2
.rsfAIILISHID1904. t

Set Mon., Tues. Badc ck '- K I'Y'CH'EN'and BEDROOM

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Do Our Own :Bradford. ,High School students URNITURE .... AmlAHUS '
Financing I
are reminded that STORAGE CABINETS
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grades 7-11 will haw. school ,
pictures made next Monday 2.- Su"ortrm. ra $'.rag. Tlrrf at Bedclck's; Sf.,. Winrar. '

Winkler Electric Inc. and ttaeaSay. '0Iet.. 9-10 > 'J'r il.L-,...:;: i Hem altd l increase Kitchen Work Space Bw Adding On. i -

Annual Editor. Elaine Murray o! .M.oro Units ,from" Badco_k'*. ,9
; asks that! MadenU wear

231& N. TEMPLE PHONE 961-7596 : drew W\Jl'Q t'btei. Boys In : fA", ONLY $ 4t '9 95
a-
i, th4.elevenl1h- grady art asked EACH
DELUXf (
,. ,l ___ COMBINATION
URADFORD-UNIOS AREAVOCATIONALTECHNICAL KITCHEN LE.\ WARDROBESTOIIAGE I
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CENTER Go On Are You Slidlna 01... D..,., 1.00 DOWN Moa Full Ungth, Mlrrar.
., What t 0""..w Wa"lr JIwc/ II.DCIIVERS Tde. todl cal ".* Pull r

VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL ADULT ttltml .0..,.''I,. Utlliry. _,. :width Hal Shelf, Mag.Drawer .
; Waiting For S....,,. !.- 'f.: 1'k *_ :>a..fc p..,Colaha*., F ,k
t ...... S._...'. Owbl." 't ; >
SUBJECT LOCATION> NIGHTS TIM; D. Usury. -. t
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Electronics Technology E1ed. Lab. usa TaTb 7:00.9:30: ( i' I 7o N
INW
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Radio & T.V. Repair Elect! Lab..US0'' M&W ''tOO.1t:3CJ: : ( Buy That New Car Now : ., 1 't .{ tl 2YAtrIOCKtN

Typing & Shorthand "OE Room usa T&Th 7:00.9:90GENERAL : : .
r LII

ADULT EDUCATION It'rt". that new car...season again. You've 'found just r ri'

the car you've been looking for and at' the price t 1
Typing & Shorthand VOE Room USO' J&W 7t1O-t':3ft! '
you want to day. Now aU you'v got to do is work : e g't- 30" CHINA
Cen.; Science .USO ldl't.! 1:00.:30Gen. : .
out the details of' an Auto Loan. ,Do [it; the 'easyway' :
Education usa Bldg.! 31 7:00.9:30Modern :
I t. with an Auto Loan from the Community : UTILITYSHdiitfl
Math for Parents USO Conf. Room 1\1 1:00-9:3: (
State,: Bank We wit] let yotr borrow at' oar thrifty I ,.
Math: and Gen. Ed. ISO Bldg. W 7:00.9:3&: t I t"'N Otou Oaar
bank interest. rates and can repay'your Auto
you r IL.
English, Spelling & Vocabulary y-SO Dldg- T 7:00.9:3: ( Loan in custom-tailored r rto" i ttl ,r k tLtitk.plrlt.t, Opc,
easy monthly payment
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ADULT HASIC EDUCATION (Grades 1.8)) 'tit yourbudget. For prompt action call today.. 11 ; $1.00 DOWN DELIVERS:; eou Width WIHty Orawar.Magaall -

we are people todo business with whew
money Des CMcrWl.
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Gen. Education Northside Hap. CIf. T&1'ltGen. 30' DELUXE

Education Anderson Jr. Jigh. T&Th. matters. 30" DOUtl&DOOft / UTILITY( CABINET '

(fAwte1') vi UTIIITT CABINET ; OaufaU C..* 'UMIIri i'95
FULL SERVICE BANKING. with 4 Stialvat, D..p S39
Adult Basic: Ed. Pleasant Grove Ch MaTh ; t He. 4'Deep Shelve..
tin I tats, l>tnt Steno.a
Adult H/lslc Ed. It.J.ElIl4'h School T&'I1I. NOME all \ I Vee.teI. Pie, tat.a t / D.art, MaflnatU Oaar
Adult Basic Ed. USO Bldg. 'M ( OWNED.HOME\ OPERATED .. N. Stewg_Sp ic. Iti-Dovn. \ Cauh.a Smart Copper $T.OCf DOWN DtUVEXSs dslt ,

Adult Basic Ed. I'kasant ,Grove Ch: W' ? hM. E

The Community State Bank'
SttNTA FE JUNIOR COLLEGE; ; 0

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Psychology 'BE 1D0t' 'i usa Cont. Room T 7:00-10:00: : OP STARVE !

Humanities 111100 usa Con?. IlOOft Th', 7:00-1&:60: : 'r '- 12* 3. Walnut St. Phone 964- 2a9Iferman'Wllllg
MtMBtfK V. D. I. C. I Owner '-- Hill Wilson, Manager

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Southsldo Elementary has 633 ; f,various events are: .Jerry Rod-' dltlonejl.\ class rooms. Fairgrounds! last Saturday

Schools Need students and Starke Elementary a r-,' 1 5 ____________ | ding, Ronald ''EMBrono! QArver. But ho said the Governor night with around 573 '!per-
closed.! since the first of _l eaIe 5*tO1 Lamar 'Clemens,, Joseph Starling has assembled 30 of the moat sons served a delicious fried

school has 571.Accepted Gene Melvjn. Jerry WIIIL\'o- competent educators and edu chicken supper. Short

3 Mills More a low bid of $2,. 1 head. Travis) Wynn, Edwin( cation-oilented people In the speeches were made by T. K. I MAfTAG

546 from W. S. Amerson to Sanders,: Dean' Traylor, Earl state to form his commission McClane, executive Vice pres-i

construct septic tunica af the Wayne Murray James/ Sapp which Is also] supplementedby !dent of the Florida./ Farm,

new schools at Hampton and Charles Colemrin, Robert Roster some of the finest mindsIn Bureau and Rep. Ocne:
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From
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rocker. [ Gregory Alvares, Daniel the country who will be Shaw. The Most Dependable

Many touchers who ordinarjjly -Approved payments of Router, Sonny Norman, Lloyd paid to develop Florida's planto I

have applltd In BindforJ Harris & Harris Construction Bryan Jr.. Tom Edwards Jerry become number one In education LONG IJKANCII; BVPTISTHOMECOMING You Can Own !
County have/ gone to mm'mindIng Co. of $25,173 for the Brooker D. Cibbs and Emory M. by 1975. ; 1 Washers & Dryers

counties fnr the $400 thin school and $21,048 at Hamp Prevatt Jr. But even now Slade challenged Homecoming will be observed Designed For Use With

year Ctmey noted Unit the I ton. the teachers: at the Long Branch : Press Fabrics
(County still hAil four fncultv -Called for bids for removal "Where would you go to Permanent
Church Oct.
vacancies and hns on hind of a building from vocationaltechnical Sen. Slade find a better job What would 8.Baptist Everyone In Sunday urged to attend Large/ Cup.It.y, Lint n"'r''

bout 23 applications but from center site you do?" Sen. Slade slid that an donations will ,be SALES ('oldnt..r' Uusli, & KliiNe

persons administrators here Raised the'! salary of Fl- not three per cent of the ceived for cemetery re-I 2 Year Purt(. I'rro

.ro unwilling to hire and who flange Officer Lois Bennett at Talks To'PTAContinued female teachers In Duval or Morning service at 11 a. ., & .
not hired School from Bradford Counties could get -- -
Jeio by surrounding Bradford High with dinner on the grounds at1pm. I' ; I.
counties Many of the appll- : $350 to $400 a month. :M es good:!) or better Job. or one '

rations are from unqualified( 'Bennett haa resigned! 'but reconsidered I [ From Page One' as good, if. they walked out SERVICE fee-:, : ]i ":(}d '

Negro lenchers. ho said .! when the pay raise Bradford FFA Chapters Officers now. ,

Three teachers wore hired at come through. She has bee. aa ,the present sysfom' goes on, THE RIGHT POINT for the tt :..;...""F' ''

;Bradford High however leaving employed at BBS 21 years. inequities will/ exist. Harley ReelectedAs : the way you write. Com In ----. -- : .
rlrctad offkcrw of the Bradford KF.V.
Newly Chapter are other
leaveto Only sources for more
that school with only one Granted professional and select your favorite ES-
Vacancy BHS Guidance Counselor (l-ri) James Allen/ reporter|> : Jiuncn, Alott. sentinel; Greg Alvarez money,, would' be an Increased PresidentOf TERBROOK fountain* oeo.

Total Bchool millnge this Della Rosenberg for Nov. 2 and president. l ; I.. .1. Kite, rnapiain; Cecil StaiiwLer, vice- sales tax Increase millage by I Farm BureauA.

year Is 10( .268. The portion of 3 and Nov. 27Dec. C. president and Roy Knight treasurer.omployaea. ., counties., or* the'addition of an Adjustable Vinyl Book

that vol'cd? by the School Board Income, tax, Jtor1 :which- Slado H. [tLonnle Harley Jr. Covers. All sizes 30'cents east .i

for operating funds 'is .918! says he doubts the people'will: was re-elected Tuesday The Telegraph. I
night
*pillla. Operating funds voted Clerk Charges A committee of No- ever. yote. for a third term as president II
by the people In the 1065/ mlll- IIn, Tucker,' and Clerk EdWards Calf ScrambleSet Mot even the .F33A has been of the Bradford. County I

alto election Is 3 mills Debt ',was appointed{ to In- able to suggest away to provide Farm Bureau. Other officers SINGER

service voted by the Board la.93 Council WithInterference veTtljute tbe '1IY"tnul'" used In the i extra' :' '' funds needed. re-elected for another term DIAL I

-. mills anti .4 of the mill Palatka) and Gainesville.. Sen. SIa.de aald/which la Why at this time were Curtis Mar AS LITTLEAS

.Voted for building and ,buses Congratulated' (IU a I'0 rlIUst.On Saturday the Governor."Appointed, the 30-' lowe vice president and O \WE FI8AHCE

is being lined, milking the beIng'. named to the Commission on education.I Freddie Wattcrson, secre MATIC I
10268 mills./] : nominating<< rOmmith) of the The Senator'said. :lie would .
tarytreasurer.All ; CONSOLE MODEL. SEWINO Per
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School mlllagn tlrls year la Florida','' Leii!:iio of Munlcij) illties. From bo;wlljlnff to narvij. a special 'directors were eJflo re- MACHINE', Must place In'' $10 OUR OWN
Month
tip 1.6 mills over the 8.58 ol .Chairman Wiggins culled session,; on education, as theteachari elected for another
ten
The. calves and five year.
pigsto I
(Continued From Pi*o One] was'something your area. A-I shape. ZigZags
If
ask: ; there ,
5968-67 The Board railed Ita I the appointment "quite an be President Harley announced -
given away during the, makes buttonholes.:
tnlllage .6 of a mill an highs Johns said It bee./ been a pleas b ntn'He' Hcramblo are reportedly worth to- da. But added) that during the past two fancy designs sews on but Buy The Best1. Buy Maytag

) It could go under utafo law, ure to serve on the council. l'd Chamber. of Com between $3,500 and $4.000.)The that he .wll .no vote for more years membership In the tons, appliques monograms' .

.nd used the third mill voted First action of the new tner &fnngei> Pete N-ovali puiposo 1 Is to encourage .'deserving -money:" for education under the I Bureau had Increased from etc. Sold for new for over I

t"y the people. In 196 .67 only chairman. was to re-appoln .nxplsJn' ule '"100. way trpet youth to start their .present, .!inefficient. aystem. 214 to over 290 farm families $300( MUST SACRIFICE.'

two of the mills authorized George Flynn Sr.. Whose termas st\ldy'lbtt has been aaltod for own herds or Improve herds That: :would'' .not; ,guarantee He hopes to push it over the I Just pay balance $62 or assume Winkler Electric Inc.PHONE

by the voters was/ used. a city bond trustee had ex toll Stieet. vouncilmaa Wig they already have. The animats quality' education, he Mid. 300 mark within the next few $8 monthly payments. .

Total county millage Is now plred. gins and Tucker however said weie donated by ]local organizations .Mo criticized :a' system that! 'weeks. Call Credit .Manager COLLECT I ,
18.946, the County Commissionhare The Council went' on to reappoint they had made a survey of individuals and ,bad; The Bureau, staged another Jacksonville 353-1046 961.7596 231 t N. TEMPLE: AVE.
being 6.678 mills. City Surveyor Merrill their own and most Call Stieet nesses. purchased carpotfa' for new successful Family Night Party '
anytime. Will deliver obligation.
no
In other action Tuesday the McMillan the firm of Thorn merchants they contacted were school., rooms.< and, alr-<:on.i at the Bradford County .
Boys who will compete,In.tl.. $ 10,3;, 4t, 10,26,,
School' Board: as and Pierce as city attorneysand against making the street one .

r .A uthorlzed t"he Starke Recreation Dogcatcher Herbert Nor. way. Chairman Wiggins said -, _

Departmentsuse of man. iJ merchants: gave a flat no, ; - '
Jlie old 1 Jenkins J Klementary: In other action, the Council: three .Bald they were willing ; r-e: 7f' ;

SchoQI building' In Reno. Autlioilzed> the Police' Do tu: have tits study by the State _
Assigned Mrs. Ida Mae partment to call for bids on Koad Department and one

Reddish, a regular bus driver two new police cars at the merchant gave an unqualified '; _ _
to run the shuttle route between lIuggoll 'lCm 'of Mayor Carl yes. ,
Bradford High and Hurst. Councilman Nell Tucker Received an Invitation -

Southslde Elementary each an. accountant, voted from Pete Novak Chamber :A

-morn In 5 and afternoon. against asking for bide now manager, to attend 1 the Calf .- ir -.. .. 4 : '
Transferred a teacher. before the new.. budget la com Scramble Saturday at the .
.Julio Rasmusnen from South- pleted.. i Fairgrounds. r p 1 HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned S _
I
felde to Hampton where ehe Authorized! at the request -Heard .new committees OLAssI-11D: oV. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS $15 up. 10 different

will tench third grade. of Mayor, Hurst the purchase 'named >by Chairman Wiggins: MARYPAINTS M.ATK9 110 Lemon St. PaJatka Gulf ServiceUSED name brands to choose from 5
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-Authorized payment of of police uniforms costing !Utilities Jimmy McRae, Furniture Repaired PARTS Parts ic excellent repairs aH

$87.00 dues to the Southern $695.: Tucker made the motionto chalrraln. Nell Tucker and Itaek w.-d... T.r 'IS .._,..fIr I Upholstered & Itefinished Top PrIces for Wrecked pars makes KIRBY SALES A .
,Association! > of Colleges and them affier firs 'Gerald Williams., ..' I 24 SERVICE 712 N. Main Gainesville '
purchase I EaSes ,..... :IfK ,t MATTRESSES REBUILT Hour Wrecker''I,Service 1 i 8'-
-Schools.Entered. asking to see the prices. The Recreation. -- P. T. Noun, .... tm. ,*4vav.. ._._..IIUIIIIOIU"i..JUiIl..f'l'I01U 376-7110. tfchg
Into an afreement new uniforms will be blue an'< chairman and Gerald Williamsand : New Innereprings I Fuel Oil : : ,'

with the State' Depnrtjricnt policemen will wear caps) Instead JlmmYMcRae. .S _.t. ,9+' w..... arid Box Springs AAAII" n Green Stamps AT LAST!

: ) of education's 'Divisionof of stetson bat I. Mayor Rules LAWS & Ordinances I CARfl ,6 j'THIIKN' I Drop tin A Cwrtl or Call Hwy. aol N. Wald. .
Vocational Rehabilitation t'u Hurst said the uniform allow P. T. Nolln chairman Jimmy I 5. .e.v5s Ce LeeS d_"_._-* .ao PALATKA EA S-Olfifl MS-1098 I HOME OWNERS .. ,

'establish a vocational rehabilitation ance was grossly: overspentlast McRae.; and Gerald William : EmCC. _e4. .y,. I5e -o:" MRS. PEGGY SMALLER POLICYFor .p, ,

program at Bradford year but would :not be Streets. Nell Tucker, '
209 E. Adkln.* St. LACY CONWAY. I' Mobile Homes
iHIgh School. The programwill this coming one. chairman Gerald Williams and
!
StorUa, Agent FLYING! That
SERVICE Qualify
prepare those students Agreed to pay city cm Jimmy. McRae. I.
handicapped either mentally or, ployeea for the work, duringthe Sanitation, Gerald Williams PWTER FLIGHT; INSTRUCTION. Air- : CALL THE MAN

physically for employment gas tVuck wreck at the cTmlrmah.! P. T Noun + : CUTTING plaiw rentals. Greyhound ButCharter. :' FROM KEYSTONE I
WEED OHE STOP
Keep your party to-
after high schooL I corner of Madison and Temple and Jimmy McRae. rauits I I
-Appointed the following last year. The employees want Flrp Neil Tucker. cha.lr.man" : ,AJI T yiie*' grother 964-6090.- charter a bus. Phone: George E. LaRue

teachers: Owen Hoover as their money, Clerk Edward Uerald WllVtatns and ..;,;, >. jiliil'-I Ir Wf" ,AfJn tfchf I INSURANCE AGENCY MASONRYMATERIALS
v ti.n
guidance counselor for the vo said and the city can be reimbursed ,Jimmy McRae. < 11 Keystone Hts. 473-4692

cational-technical, school and when ,the Inauranc Safety Jimmy McRae, ., Dr....' 'WOrt INSURANCE '

Donna Snbloff Cnrol Mlelo company pays.Authorized. chairman" P. T Nolin and Nell r _' I J.;'Gardner ''i AT REDUCED RATES THE RIGHT POINT for th*

and Janey L. Pisquello iw Instructors -- payment to the Tucker. AUTO FIRE. BOAT way you write. Come In and
at BHS. county Health Department of PB01"1" !: M4-772B DOYLE R. CONNER' : elect your favorite' ESTFR- ,
1 $2,400( for next year's budget L11IRAKV PATRONS I INSURANCE AGENCY BROOK fountain pen. TELE. Reedy MIT Concrete Concrete -
Agreed to hold a special
..jneetlng later to determine before the new spending bill 10 KE-IIEOISTEU SILVER SANDS LAKE tfch* 'GRAPH. Black, !'Sand Rock
.
Is formulated. The amount 1 la <.em..nt.Iortar.: Steel Oyt-
where to place new' elemen- Identical to last year. The Starke-Bradford County $2.700 to 3.500 i I NEW MOBILE: hom**, CMck- FOR RENT Furnished 1 tar Shell rjmenwk./ Roof

tary students, coming: Into the Clerk Edwards' I Public Library announces thai : GATOR HONE LAKE TYPEWRITER RENTALS: asha 20' & 24' wide Buddy- and 2 bedroom apartments ravel. I'mast 'JntpU. and

county All city elementary Agreed, at, on 'patrons are now ,being re-regls. $3,375 to $4.275 Day week or month. Brad Clenaaon Layton Travel Trail- Unfurnished 2 bedroom Window' SIIK Everythingfor :
'schools except the one af RJE suggestion, to begin study tered'for new library cards. ford County Telegraph. Phone house. W. H.
for cityNASWORTHY'S ; EASY TERMS era, Liberty. Taylor. Azalea Nollman, 510 Aljoionry |ICOlJlltMleUOn.ANNOU1ICING .
High are reported at capacity. a retirement system Patrons 'are invited to come 964-6305. tf I buy, sell trade. Year bank fi- ..ft, Cherry St. tfthq
by the library from 10 am. to See S.. E. McKay nancing. Buckeye Trailer rMart
I ; I
I 5 pm. dally except Wednesday Keystone. {eight Inc. 8678 Roosevelf Blvd. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE for

to register. All cnrvicea 473-4740' or 473-4193 Orange Pak 264-2131. tlch& rent unfurnished 624 :Tpperon ANew i
offered by the library are lift, Phonesi 47S-48I4 POWELL St Ph. 964-5219 tfthg

Bradford rentdents12Wides. i Ready Mix Plant
to' County
THANK YOU NOTES- -Beautifully FOR SALE -- 3 acres of land !

engraved In gold or FLORIDA 90 Strawberry Myers Power ToolsArea 2 miles from Starke Phone atKeystone

silver. $1.35 for box of 25, Including Plants for itale.- 451v1n. Starling CORNER; : lOT 064-7849 after 5 Heights

envelopes. Bradford taacclenny. Flat... Phone Convenient two bedroom Lawnmowen Headquarters- Power Tools_ -. pm.2tchjf 10'3
County Telegraph. tf 35P-71M: 3tp lOb) home large comfortable. For Defter Service To
MtCullocb Chain Sawn MAN age 53 with emphysemawould
HALF- with and
porch
rooms screen
DID YOU KNOW ifa easy to Fump .A: Water Systems like Job not too strenuous. That Area.
Custom Made NO. 557-Priced Right! 43 own a Lonzcharnp/ : :Home? car port. Low down payment. Rrtgx tt Stration Knglnea :30 J( years experience aa
low '
acres with creek Good tocsv monthly paymena. Rentals Hale' Service carpenter B We Will Not Re
For Florida Living Better built for Florida ]liv Need Small Tracts close In. years as peddler.
tion for poultry farm. Just 230 NE.: 16th Ave. Call Undersold
964-6793.
ing. Your plant\ or ours. Two to 20 acres. Have buyers 3tp 10/12(
Get MoM $7700. Terms GaInesvIlle '
Your lot or ours. Contact Bu S1C-M11
YOU waiting. THE RlKIHT PLACE: to buy
r.r Your I $ NO. 550 two Miles Out. 3 ford Mitchell phone 964- tfchg: clean used BrarlfGrdEngineering
furniture
acres on U. 8 301. Older 6353 P.. 0. ,Box 234.. starke., BILL row.']... household We do

PRICEFURNITURE >Jo Salaried or CoramisalAneel home. Only $5500.STROUT tft.'w Real Estate FOR RHNT"--4 room and bath for sale.moving.Fennel: Two! Bargain hoiiiwm

; Employeea: 404 W. Madison St. furnished apartment.'Cflll 964- ,Center Ph. 964-3957
I REALTY .FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE 852.. tfchg tfrhg
DAD BRAD.LAR3EN 2117 N. Temple Ave., SUrke ready for occupwncy.: 3 bed Phones: Off. 964-6464
7 ROOM FRAME house for
LIKE TO WORK Fla. ((904)) 9646609MARRIED room Hi bath 1 LocaWd ,just After lira. 533-2018
sale.]
to
Buyer be responsible
outside of city limits in P. 0: Box lets SUrke. Fla. NEED IMMEDIATELY .PROPERTY Co.
--. for moving. Contact. X OFowell .
: ON KINOSLEYLake. *
SALE YOU'BeneEitl! Pb1 breeze. Easy-!; monthly
COUPLES WAiTED .' 884-6903 Menu!
terau.. Lon Contact Bufori: Mitchell -
work. ohani> ;Const CO. FOR RENT 2 bedroom
for cottage parent unfurnished Phone
--- phone P. O. Starke
Minimum education 9. age :21 Contact Buford Mitchell hou... Apply 266 964-6853 WANTED' 1 Project Director -
An Sizes .n Display plus. a hour 5, day week. In pone 964-6X53. P.'. O. Box Park Place. 2tchg 105WE Box 238. Starke tfchg 1 Assistant Director 1 964-5403

: is 8-10-12 Wide general married couples'wor Bathe BUY used furniture, appliances B3 or BA Degree. Give complete -
t y
same shift. Qualified single 'COUNTRY'tryiNG 'AT. Custom built porchesand Keystone Ready
or of value. '
,and Expandable persons also 1 accepted! !:If Inter- anything patio rails. Ornamental biographical sketch of
jTTS :BJE3T 1 Dahpiers Discount 9647823. Mix
: House education and held.
positions
cIted apply In .person only. post. metal strips. Oil drums
-
Modern
GOING two home
STILL bedroom .
.
KC'Rtone
Personnel Office, SunlandTialnlns tfchg stands. Hwy. 16 'ort". 'Turnoff Must have car to travel 1 Clay.I
out
june ot S
town, with acres
New and Union Baker and Bradford 4734285FOR
Used Gainesville.
at Crawford
Center, Rd. Phone
food land and& other attractive. I
WANTED--Experienced cook.' '
4tchg,1013PIGS 9646113.: tfchg Counties.: 1 Secretary Book-
i 8 Yr financing arailable ( features. A real buy at 17. :Must have references. Apply keeperQualifications: 80
STRONG 500.00 with $ .OOO.OO down and FOR 3 ,
The Branding Iron, John Woodor DRAGLINE' and Bulldozer wpm shorthand professional rooms and
I &: HOGS For Sale $10
$100,00 Inc. 6 bath
per month % Rose Lee. fumlHhed cottage. 514
Use Our Rental-Pur- Edwards Road ftt.' 2. 2lchg 10/5( work wanted. By the hour or typing complete knowledge;
up.
.
int. on balance. A J. Thomas Nona St.
I chase Plan-Payments Box 227-A. Phillip Alexander Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. contract. Claude Prescott of double entry book:ceepingeystetn. tfehg(300D
NOTICE FISHERMEN
i 3t"h 10J3( -La- Write P. O. Box 404 or Ohm references
Under
$50 Per Month I USED: TYPEWRITERS :
PAY MORE I.I I. DUE TO ILLNESS forced to cal earthworms and wlfslers phone 964-6493, Starke. iMall application] to: CUBB, from, $35: Standards and
WHY Pratt St. Bait
633 W.
FOR SALE-White Acre and Center. Economic Agncy, Inc P. O
I
sell myInterOllt in Tuck'sDrive Portables. Alv. Typewritersfor .
BHckeyed peas. Clyde Cone. Pratt St. 3tchg 10119 FOR SALE Approximately Drawer 970( Starke, Florida'
In. Please contact Clarence Rent. Bradford County-
'phone Brooker 485-2521 or 300 chicken tube feeders; P16G 32091. .
i L F. Rhoden 964-9964 or FOR SALE Residential or Telegraph; tf
MIl! I 964-6149. 2tchsr 1012 ; and P16. Also 30 large mouth I .-__ :
468-1152 Waldatfcbf Income property on two lots. FOR SALE-2 bedroom New -
Fabulous Buys -- Large 1 gal. water jugs with tops. HAVE
for ACREAGE!: WILLSELL
Ready occupancy. 2 '
SitesAVAILABLE FOR SALP'-R'gBtert! Dur- $96 for all. J. W. Brownlee Moon 66' trailer 12' wtte.:!
OR TRADE FOR
$ r oc pIgs, boars and guts from FOR SALE-John Deer "A1' blocks of downtown shopping Starke. Itchg separate dining room and
Selection <
i i champion bloodline.! A'.to bred tractor 1395.00; 1-roiw pull area. J. R. Bulllngton phone kitchen. For more Informa- CITY PROPERTY Contact
type corn picker, ready! to &'Do S64-7371. tfch? tion call Tlson 964- Buford Mitchell phone 981-
sows. J. S Eunice. Lawtey. WOULD LIKE to do baby- Harry
Full Lake Privileges. 6853. P. O. Box 238 Ttarke.tfch .
See
Come Today9x12
Wheel
*185 International
I pone 782-3455. 4tch* 10 12 ; BOAT TRAILER never us- sitting in mY'' home for workIng 195. lip
Homestead Exempt- I. Plow, $35: 3 disc I. H. C. til- mothers. Call Pam Tlson :*
ed. Outboard Engine 3ohp--
:Financing FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished ler. $40: Power Corn Sheller FOR SALE 15 ft. chest type
964-6195.
Itp
$3.99We used little. Will tell LOSE WEIGHT
Linoleum Rugs very sep safely with
I house with space $75; 20 ft. aluminum Eleva deep freeze, rood condition.
arately. Ph. 964-7474 ltp Dex-A-DlPt Tablets
98c
heater. decorated. 817 tor. $60; Cordwood saw. Willie Brown. Ph. 964-6891. Only
Newly 30" : FOR SALE 1 Riding Saddle '
haTe of the best TV Technicians Lake Geneva at Mitchell Drug lVp( tl 21
C one I MvMahon St. Phone 904-7527 $23.; Window Air Conditioner WAITRESS WANTED -.Apply 1 Bridle breast strap all new. Itch
In this section or see Tommy Lewis. 1118 'Chrysler[ Air-tempi.' $25: 9 at Azalea Drive-Inn. 3 Also 1 1948 Jeep Station/ Wagon FORMING DANCING CLASses -

. Trailer Sales I.Pratt St. 2tchg 10112| x 12 Wool RtJ8'"$8. LoII'an- ml. South 0( Starke on 301 runs good. See 11:. C. Sellers WANTED Service Station Ballet Tap Aero etc.

I 114 M. South. Waldo.. U. fi. Itp 301 North of Starke Rt. 'attendant, reliable someone|'It interested caU
FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 301 Hury. Itp who needs the work. Must 9647098.ltchg
Box 19.
C. H. NASWORTHYFurniture OB Koate 10*. One Mite !SB! bedrom home at 523 W. Pratt FOR RENT -Unfurnished 3 1._ Lawtey. Itp have driver's license. Candy's I

Keystone Height St. Contact Mrs. R. E. Mun- FOR RENT .Jfewly painted. bedroom house. Easy walking WA"TED-Oood: home for. Out Station. Keystone FOR SALE-1961 Ford V-8

& Appliances Open Sun. Evenings dorff at 639 E Laura St. after 3 BR. unfurnished bouse. distance to shopping area kittens. 400 S. Water St. or Heights. Ph. 473 4793. Starke '?Uns good: $2 9.00. J. R. Bul-

1 : :: 1 '!S 5pm. tfch Phone 9<<..-il5.J"-., Itrtut Ph_ 964-5401 tfoh





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH


MCCTION_ :2 PAUK :II u __ STTAKKBL FLORIDA THURSDAY OCT. 5. 1967 SECTION1, :3 PAGE f
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t ; Y 1 W' 25 Years AgoBy With Your County AgentBy



.. 'Nd
NO ALTERNATIVEOne Alice AlcOarvey G. T. Hugglns

I

At this time of the year StTURDYocTOSF.R 7th Cattlemen's Association.For .
of the small pleasures of a term and a half as California'schief twenty-five years ago Miss There may be some dupli- : all the horse events

short vacation is the' opportunityto executive will ripen him Ida Meirltt was busy canning: cation of information this we appreciate the Interest)

stop at towns along the way four. 1972. As of now, it wouldbe and drying pears. One of the week; but the main thing we and cooperation of the Bradford

buy a local paper and see what disastrous to trust the complex i p.w, n inr& fruit jars ahe 'used was given want everbody to know is Roping Club. These people

the other grassroot editors are power of the ,federal governmentin her by her maternal grand that late Saturday afternoon also are interested In our:'

,' ,. mother more than fifty years and night there will oe big county in providing' these
saying and thinking ori the national his hand! before. [That would make it .
things at the Fairgrounds It horse programs each Satur.day

scene. "Then take Michigan Governor about 75 years old now.] will go something like ,this: night at no charge.

Her method i of drying pears BAR-B-Q FIRST At You have You take him.
Some of the varied opinionsare George Romney'
was to peel, slice thin and BradfordRoping .
: about 5pm. the Saturday night at the Brad
refreshing, as well as being We can't. He has proved out as spread the fruit on a clothin club will begin serving ford County Fairgrounds

amusing and informative. Sucha a weak, vacillating booby, a gut- the sun The fruit was left a real pit Bar-B-Q meal. Don't miss itlColored(

one was the editorial appearingin less wonder who it takes less than out until dry and not Opportunities like this, are

the "Smoky Mountain News" three hours to brainwash. When brought In unless the weather the only way they have of I

edited and published at Bryson the rioting broke out in the stateof was bad. financing their regular Saturday Citizens

which he is his idea night shows. These", regular I
City, N. C. by outspoken editor governor, Do
you remember when V- horse shows are opento
Ted Smiley. ,_ of constructive action was to mall was Introduced by the everybody at no charge. NewsRECREATION

wring his hands and cry for Big Navy to hasten mail to men So, come on out early,

Inasmuch as the opinions expressed Daddy. in the service? Letters were watch. the fine horses arrive, -

coincide to a marked degree written on special forma walk around some, get hungry NEWS

with our own, we are yield- "Senator Charles Percy? As a which could be obtained at and be ready to purchase Flagball is being played at

ing our editorial column this bereaved father he has our sin- any postofflce' by the gender. and! enjoy a good barbecue ,the Reno Recreation Play

week to Mr. Smiley, who says; cere sympathy, but a Presidenthas When received by the Navy ground on Mondays and

to have a core of toughness. the letters were photographedon meal.While we are talking about Wednesdays from 4 to 7 p. m.

"This seems to be the season Senator Percy's idea of showinghow microfilm greatly reduc- horse shows, just go out to The Reno Recreation Basketball -

for every learned fool and Ignor- strong he is Is to grab a ing the bulk of mall. Upon ,the Fairgrounds any Saturday Team is in the second

ant genius to pontificate 'on "the sign and picket the D.A.R. : : letters arrival at the destination the night and enjoy a good week of practice and the
were reproduced to a best
with the
1968 presidential election 'we active show boys are making good pro
'sd four by live and one-half, inch and
Bradford
_
horses from They cooperatingwith
figure it's 'about "Pennsylvania Governor William gress. are
time we sot In ,
clza
:
Theseletters had! counties.
... Scranton? A coal-town Ham surrounding/ Mr Jackson in his efforts
the act.
first
priority and went by CALF SCRAMBLE NEXT to help them master the

"At this In let. plane. ? At about 6 p. m. five regis techniques that are so Important .
point history and
tered beef type calves and 10 to winning team.
a
"The only Independent likely to The
considering all conceivable Tornadoes tied Oreen
candidates will be turned
robust boys The boys were champs last
make stir is Wallace of COve Springs 0-0. for
a George Line-up
!, we can sea no acceptable Five
loose in the horse arena year and are working hard
substitute for Lyndon Johnson. Alabama, and we suspect he'sgoing G1F.'K; i the game was: Curtis Lanler ,boys will be lucky In being to win another title.
and Arnold. Wasdln. ends;
Fiankly, the fact is not 1 too pal- to get a much larger vote Ralph able to catch, halter and Watch the paper for; the)
Dudley and Edgar
atable. In would be impossibleto than the pollsters think possible.But Wilkinson tackles; Comer bring to a certain point, one starting of City League basketball -

count the ways in which we he hasn't a chance of elec- Perfyirian and Charlie Parker of' the calves, to be declared for this season. Your

disagree with President Johnson.We tion, and anyone voting for ole guards; Bobble McRae winner. NEXT cooperation In this activity
object George is just wasting his vote. center; BUlle.Coleon quarterback HORSE EVENT will be appreciated.
violently to of will
many events
The first of three Plans are in the makingfor

his his policies, and to even more of "So it all comes back to Presi- Keep Those Letters Cominer. FolksFARMER'S Coolidge; Julian Oasaett McRae halfbacks and; take place to exhibit horsemanship.action a program In the Lincoln

appointees. dent Johnson. Whether you like and Herbert Green, fullback and expert Un- City area.
Columbia. ,
from from
him or not the President is a A. T. Andrews was the only Horses The center Is open
"The mere thought that in the Bradford Counties
substitute" ion, and Monday through :Friday 4 to
next five years, Predtdent John- man of personal integrity who DIARYlast \ Wilkinson.; taking the placeof will be performing. Each will 6:30: p. m. Friday and Saturday

son probably will appoint four or isn't afraid to make decisions and be trying to accumulate nights, 8 ,to 11.

even five new justices;:of the IJ. accept responsibility. Thli..Saturday Is the day for week that he expected to The Starke-Baptist Church. points so that at the end NOTICE!
the Calf Scramble at the fairgrounds will be a high score. wll hold
S. ,, start setting out plants on there Dell Chapter 168
Supreme Court gives' us ,the at the annual business meetIng -
"Paradoxically, the reasons for starting at 8 p.m. and Monday, and he also said he' STEER RIDING CONTEST Its regular meeting tongh
horrors. Goodness reviewed! the year's accomplishments -
knows the the President's unpopularity are before the big event gets expects to have about the The mcmbership NEXT Somewhere .(Thursday] at 8 p. m. in the

Supreme Court was bad enougha opposed to each other. Big time underway, there will be a ,bar- same acreage as last year. 6f the church, was 444- along here, the riding exhibits Masonic Hall on Brownlee' St.

few years ago. What It will be reporters and pundits dislike him becue for the benefit of the ; IK- with 100 added memberships, will charge and will be All members are asked to be

like a few years from now, when because he is not a sophisticate. Bradford 'Roping Club.' So you The soil Is still rather dry, 24 ef them by baptism, dur- mighty entertaining for ,present and on time. Rev.

LBJ appointees are in the majority He has no use for modern so- can get there early, have a in spite of some showers laat ing the year The Sunday everyone except the riders. Damon Dell, W P. is in
defies imagination of BBQ dinner -and then enjoy the week ,but the big --growers today School had. an enrollment of Instead of' gentle welltrained Bradford County Hospitaland
a called art and atonal music anddoesn't riding
they will bo cards
reasoning human. Scramble spectacle and a have Irrigation equipmentand 308 in all departments and horses would appreciate
look natural in a claw- special; horse show. they "can make 'It rain" listed a gift of $172 to the untrained, rough sharp-back and visits.

But Democrat, Republican hammer coat and ''striped pants. ', whenever they want to. Florida.. Baptist's Children's steers. Girl Scout Troop 623 Is Invited *
,
or Independent what are the The left-wing dreamers and There ,will be no admission By Sam McGarvey Trouble la, while we. have Home at Arcadia. CALF SCRAMBLE NEXT to attend Mt. Pls ah

alternatives to ''another term doubledomes of academy despise charge'to, see both events, so means to get added moisture. The- church's' treasurers report Another five caves and turned an- lAME Church in a Youth Day
for out? and see in this yet has with other ten boys will be program at 2 p. m. Saturday,
President him for his practicality. On the come on Saturday underway area this no one come up showed receipts of $8-
Johnson? aid five
other hand conservatives see himas the 'boys pitting; .their :strengthand week and in the coming days. anything to make; It stop raining -* 474. fqr the year with a ,bank loose. Five will win of this Oct. 28.. j
"Let's ; .klll against 10 frisky and Luther Milliard, for one, said balance of $1,515. Total gifts will lose. At the end ADULT BASICEDUCATION
try to put aside emotionalism having sold out to the pinko have ten boys having CLASSES
will
calves. All of iwe
rampageous you ... *>. -ftpm.the ohuroh through its
and analyze the potential crowd. :,. 'who':liaVe handts&-etoclrkr5aw r .drX" .... R wr ;.." ...;.!M:,.-..;'..'... :: -- _< :--- Mfe&loh budget was $1,730 'won a good young beef. an- There .la no age limit on
candidatesvlthouCr srrd. to :our ealf put i imal that could) be the beginning person who desire to get an
that 400-pound can, Contributions by, the ,WMUto beef
adrepal glands. "We suspect that, given national of a herd of education. The opportunity la
tussle and whena
up quit a .1 loeal causea and the Cooperative -
and world conditions' as boy grabs rone Iby the tall NEWS And NOTES Program for the cattle. .here for everyone .thinking In
"After President Johnson) President Johnson has ANOTHER HORSE EVENT terms of loving a more en-
per- they are, you know there is going to baa year were $2,<<114.
haps the least dangerous'candi- done as well as anyone could have lot of excitement and fun. For Today's Homemakers A building fund and drive Different- type action but joyable life' In the space age.
date is New York Governor .. each trying to win more High school dropout are encouraged
Nelson done, and a lot better than any of was announced and the pastor of
Rockefeller. Gov. Rockefeller his possible opponents could have Commissioner of Agriculture By Martha Sue McCain 'challenged the ohuioh to points. The make final one number of these to take advantage

is a cap administrator anda Doyle Conner will be there, as "" County Extension give $50 each. week to the points will of this opportunity.
done. proud.
mighty be)
.
three counties Courses for credit can
of other drlre.K '
,
well number
a* a
good politician he can get Home Economies Agent PIG SCRAMBLE NEXT- taken at night from 6JO: to 9
"Then too there's another guests, and (with! the !backing: ,
and
very
legislation through a divided The ten boys who faded p. m.. and from 12 noon to 3
for voting for John- of L'he StarMe-Bradford County A.. B1sl1Dp,we.s selected in not
good
.reason
legislature and make' the voters were disappointed p. m.1"or" Information call
Chamber of. Commerce, the Chairman of Starke City
accept it."Let's. son In'196'8. A win for him will catching a calf will be turn- Mrs. BernIce Bateman at
enhance the chance of the Democratic Bradford Farm Bureau Association and TODAY'S FABRIC 'tlme- avers you might like to Council 1942 reorganization at the September meeting. ed loose again with, five fast 064-6800 USO building.
Cattlemen's -
not kid ourselves that to remain in controlof the Bradford FINISHES try. pigs. This scramble will also A sewing class is in theID1&k.1ntr
Party
T. Frank Landrum was re-
know there's going: '
....
you
8 ter Bets entertaining and can at RJE School
a High
the President of the ut ed be
United rcc.
Statesdoesn't That would and
Congress. mean to ''be one of the biggest turnouts Smart shoppers know that appointed City Attorney SrlCreasedpork
bunch of tender younj beets: !be the beginning of under the direction "f!: Miss
have to be a politician., that our good, solid, sensible, patriotic In the history of the new fabric fashions are con- H. H. Houston was appointeda In our county All Interested
dice and placeIn
slice thinly or production Taylor. persons
It's essential. We had one non- Southern senators and county. So come on out and stantly being introduced. It is of :Bond Trustee: for a three leave
the center of a square 'are asked to your name
in fun at (Bradford important to read labels to year term replacing E. H, -
politician the the
White House recently representatives will keepandadd enjoy heavy-duty foil. Add 2 teaspoons FINAL HORSE EVENT at RJE. Learn to sew lUllS

and the world has yet to committee chairmanshipsand County' .first .Calf .Scramble. learn how a fiber and> Its each, of lemon juice Smith W. *E.: Thornton. Fred The last event and different'

recover from the chaos into which choice committee assign i finish Is expected to perform, and ,butter or margarine. 1 Sapp O. E. Lenders and Ben from the first time will be save.Other classes are being offered
Fall weather came in early and what care !It will requiie.!
he plunged it. So Rockefeller"being ments.. This especially will be trueif teaspoon sugar If. desired; Hortzendorf were reappointad equally entertaining and may at Pleasant Grove
this and last Friday morning Machine-washing/ and drying An
year winner!
the RJE High
salt and Bring Methodist Church.
op- determine
a shrewd politician is a the Republicans out a and little U/ the pepper. to the city police force
sweep : on the way to work Sam or no Ironing posite sides of foil' togetherover : evening of action for sure. School Anderson Junior:'
point in his favor. On the debit passel of those left-wing Northern had to turn on the car's heater extent of care required today vegetables and make a with R. M. Crundiwell to replace For the scramble. events we High and the USO building.'

side, however, those who try to Democrats. to get warmed up. The for many textiles. There are double. fold called drug Richard cooper O. C ''are grateful to our Starke- Hours are from 8:30: to 8.

shrug off his treatment of his cool spell lasted several days, a variety of fabric finishes store fold. Fold ends of pac- Oelger was named to head I Bradford County Chamber of Contact the teacher at the
wife that "There's nothing wrong with with temperatures down In that give today's fabric additional the Garbage Collection a- Is another)
say a man's professional ket twice to make a tight Commerce. It center about the nights,
competence should not be Judged voting from motives of enlightened the 110'. and sweaters and ; desirable qualities package. Bake in 350 degreeF partmenLStarke. proof of their interest In our CHURCH NEWSBethlehem

by his personal eccentricities. self-Interest--and, as we see Jackets came out of the mothballs These finishes can change oven for 1 hour or cook on had a new fire department youth and! agriculture We Free Will Baptist
it, that means we have no choice In. a hurry the finished garment in av-- an outdoor grill about 43 are also grateful for (the cooperation Church, Rev. L. McKay..
Maybe not. But and instructions by
a man who can- penance, hand I Ithe way it Bradford
minutes until done. Pick of the Monday night, Cfcolc
not control his lusts but to, vote for President Johnson. feels] and Uts or Chief R. C. Buford to the pastor
and performance [
to whom The "love bugs" are gone! up each, packet at leant twice "In of fire County Farm Bureau and No. 3 and Ushers Board No.
putjllc wad: case
they are more important than "We believe the majority of the We don't know where they behavior] Finishes can be during grilling and shake not call 2 will rehearse at 7.30: 'rues.day -
do the light plantdo
his honor, cannot be trusted In voters of this state and nation went to, and we don't much applied to the yarn, to a. well-use absestos 'gloves or do not call -city hall don't night Choir No. 1 and :3

the world's most important job. will see it the same way, and that care. The pesky things stayed ment.fabric or to a finished gar wide spatula, keep side with even bother to look up the greetings' were sung to Everett Mrs. rehearse at 5 p m. Wednes-
around here longer than usual folds up to prevent leaks. Call Emma Shaeffer day night Prayer M"etmg.
"Then there's former Vice President Johnson will be re- and messed up the windshields Various combination -of Cook small whole beets the the telephone number, just Prescott and Joe Stein. Thursday night Ladles Circle

President Richard Nixon, the man elected in 1968.It of' car* so much that It's a chemicals are use. to get the same way but increase cookIng Fire department. Our d-epe t sympathy is meeting. Friday night.

of many faces, all of them wonder we didn't have a number kind of finishes desired: in time to an hour on the extended to Harry Rosen- Prayer Band meeting. Dinners

thetic. Mr. Nixon Is syn- is interesting to note that of accident aa result. modern living. Some of these) grlU and 1-and one fourth shine on the death of his be- will be sold from the

and a good politician editor Smiley does not even con- One thing: about the Invasion chemicals weaken fabrics. to"!"and one half hours in loved wife kitchen Saturday night. Sunday -.

that's In his favor, sider the possibility that President of .bug Is that service station How lone will a finish stayin the oven 7 A group of members.-Mrs. School. 9:30.: Morning

but who can forget his crybabypress attendant just about wore out a fabric? Anyone's 0 1 guess is Baked Onions Onions are epeer Emma Shaeffer, Mr. Mc- Worship at 11. Evening 'Ser.,
Johnson will receive the Democratic
conferences after he not as good as mine. Many of 0 Morton, and Mr
got their! right arms from scrubbing excellent cooked the same Manus, Alex vice. 6:30.:
licked in California? He's an opportunist nomination, in spite of the and If you see a man them are gradually removed way as beets. Allow *n hour and Mrs. Joe Kerrigan, -volunteered Mt. Morlah Methodist

who mistakes a knockon fact that recent Gallup polls have with his right arm longer than as the fabric !Is laundered or for small onions and 1 and ) to spendi!' an hour or Church Rev H. P. Hudson

the head for one on the door. shown Sen. Robert Kennedy to hl. left the chances are hegot dry-cleaned. There is no way three fourths hours foe large pepe more each week at the Public pastor.: Church School, 10 a.

top Johnson in popular favor. it that way. of knowing how long a finish Bermudas. Reduce ,the cooking My sincere congratulations Library, helping to repair m. Morning Worship at 11.Layman's ...

"Next in descending order of will last. time on the grill by IS are extended to you and the books that have been damaged Day will be observe

preference comes' California Governor We would like to hear editorSmiley's Sam la 'glad that the chilly It will ,be necessary tor learn minutes or more If the coals personnel of The Bradford through use or age ed at 3 p. m. Sunday. After

Ronald Reagan. lie comment on "Bobby"- weather la.here, as,, 11? signals how to care for many'of the are seems finishes to get the best wear weekly In Florida begins of the
folding, was the theme Pleasant Grove Methodist
to lack the flaws of they should be choice. But there the suspension. of mowing: the Oreen Beans With Mushrooms -
personality from your family clothing. Its 88th year of continuous tricky but
is
This a Hudson
evening Church Rev H. P.
lawn for while at least. He'sbeen
again, what la the alternative to a --Out 1 pound of fresh
which rule out Rockefeller and Learn whjch finishes make publication.The fascinating art and wo wish pastor. Church School 10 a.
the
busy lately giving: 2 inch
the re-election of President John green beans into
Nixon, but who knows for sure? place a good mowing and bad grease stains more difficult wash and drain. Telegraph has rendered to thank our Starke librarians m. Layman's program, 3 p..
son Rockefeller Nixon Rea- to remove. Find out what lengths service to effort In obtaining
His outstanding their
record as governor of the his usual trouble with the "bit of heavy- for m. with Leo DeSue as speak.
Place on a
square
most populous state has been gan Romney Percy Wal- ing" ants. Aa know if should be used to get the small Floridians, and I am very the necessary: guide er.
you duty foil and add a on-
lace stain out and get it cut .indeed at this mem- Some of the work, maybe AMB
spotty. He has made a numberof Bobby Kennedy? you step onto one of their ion diced and one fourth pleased:: books. Greater Allen Chapel
quickly. Old stains are .difficult wtah the next
milestone to at
orable you
displayed Church Rev. ,L. A. Sampson
nrats to that treat- sliced.adkt'2 ,
they object
of mushrooms
recommendations, then hastily Like Mr. Smiley we see no to remove. The kind of pound all much future success and Bradford County Fair pastor. Sunday School 10 a-

backed away rather than fight alternative at this point in pre- ment very indignantly. bywarming fabric and the way it is wov- tablespoons each of good"fortune: The following letters were m. Morning Worship at 11.
up your leg and 'biting water and butter or maraar-
for them. Maybe a full. term. or campaign prognosticating.The as they go along. en makes a difference in the' ine. Sprinkle with sat, and Sincerely sent to Oov. Claude Kirk: with the Youth in charge..
way the finish reacts to care. Bib Bikes M. C. "We. the Bradford County Miss Juanita Griffin' will bathe
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foil over vegetables
rplaee Care, In this case means re- pepper. Bring up House of Repress natives Senior Citizens, wish to express speaker. An appreciation
But the real pest at o and make) doublefo1d.t
movingatalns and laundering, our gratification for the will be given ,foa.
C.
Bradford County Telegraph Is ,the deer fly. or one of at top and ends for a Washington D program
or dry-cleaning.: inclusion of $10,000 Home- Rev. Sampson by the churchy
his big-mouthed coualns who tight Bake in 350
ESTABLISHED 1879E. For'' more information on package stead Exemption for people at 6 p. m. Sunday. Nov. 10.
zeroes In'on a .tender spot and degree F. oven for 40 minutes SENIOR
fabric finishes, type cf finIshes 65 years and over In the He is completing nine yeara
before you know it, ham himself or cook, about 30 minutes -
L. MATTHEWS'Editor And Publisher and clothing care contact CITIZENSThe new State Constitution. of service In this pulpit.
a husky meal at your expea. this office on a outdoor grill. Pick; Letters were also sent to our'
narida/a OUea 'KswspSaiat', .... AU of which make the 'with asbestos the
4 WussJj raMiaawd OMttBeoal/ FRESII VEGETABLES up packet 60th Weddlnx Anni- state senator and representative THE!: RIGHT POINT for

''H' Uaj4ar Iks) stem Mast !.... us grateful bat while ,birds IN FOIL, gloves and shake at least versary of Joe and Elsie asking for support of way you write. Come In

oruWJ&l can be pests at time, at least Fresh seasonal vegetables ,twice during 'cooking. Keep Stein pf Keystone Heights this measure. and select your favorite E3*

they don't bite or attack hu are in plentiful.supply in for fold side up. was celebrated at the September The next meeting win be TERBROOK fountain pen.
; .sea Thoraaajr ... eaitsre* ... Bsesrfi Obs Matter art MM Tea OftWas mans. 'We'd' sure hate ,to have markets and prices are quite 28 meeting of the Sen- held at the Pratt Sues Recreation -

> 8Wk.< Florida. ode Aat W Man .*.*. U7.VMiriptteM a big ,woodpecker (whacking favorable. ior Citizens Club. "I Love Center at 7:30: ( p. m. Adjustable Vinyl Boa(''

ta tnde ..... 1 p ar. *...*. a..rife. 1.2a awaF.at. by'a'blue get dive-. Foil can. simplify the cooking -, THE!:. RIGHT POINT for- the You .Truly". was sung ,by the Tuesday Oct. 10. Come join fovera.' AJD sizes 30 .eenta ....

0....... t..4. a..a 1 year. f&JWT | a ese Mlrsy p.is bombed darter." of' fresh vegetables and way you write. Come ESrEZUUtOOK in- members during the candle- Us. at The Telegraph.
cut cleanup time when the and select your favorit light ceremony, and birthday --Joe Kerrlga reporter .
--..- -- Setting out berries will be meal is over Here are some ':] fountain pen.

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vuuyua.u.uu.uRev.. M. D Mcdelraa was t L
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away last week conducting: ki
,_.v("l at Provtdrare BaptfstChurqh. jthLL 'DISCOUNV. IPRICES
R$v. Joe Shadowpns of
tfreeh Cove Springs t1Ifet l fIJe.
'
t>uljHt Sunday'! morning.
"
Mr gild: Mrs J"efa' ModelI:1l.I: V
and twin 'babloa and l 1tr. gild [
.
Mrs. Sam Meddrao of. Petty! [

were Wednesday!, night gneat9 t

of their parents; Rev. and Mt. ,.. .. .
M. D. :Medtlras. .. V ........'P".I." >' "" ',.f ", _,"' '", J
'
:Miss Denlse and 'Dennis DOD STORtS V r PLUS ,... \ "'r .". ..". IE. MI
Richardson; of Gainesville : ,
spent ,.. : : ( ,
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the weekend *, Mr. and :Mrs! L. A. .alaroa.' ... 'INa.-eoer.l.ur. ..'.... ._
Crosby.
DEEP SnUTH.Limit= One With 5.00 Food OrderMayonnaise
W. Are all BO happy t& have QUARTS
Rudy Sapp home on leave from

ecllve! s1rylee. Vietnam. JIt>
and his wife., Katherine and ) V '
children. will leave Tuesday
for California for the remainder -

of his assignment with the V .
Armed Forces. V

ICs a boy for Rusicll and _
Judy Crosby of CalnoHvQle.
Paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Crosby PINEBREEZE yDA GRADE "A" FRESH FLA ALL WHITE MEDIUM'
.
We "arc glad to know hat!, I I 1
Mrs: Prank Norman was Able /u

tea" reotul"lto'\ her home from _______ r

the. hospital and is doing nicely. ( ( 2 Doz. 79 0
Mr.., and Mrs. Barney E//er/ / 12-oi. SUNSWEET PITTED _
,
fJl relatives Jacksonville here: were visiting PRUNES . II 47* d2t./ ; 2It

Saturday. :2 I lb. SUNSWEET LARGI .
Oenald! Norman spent several .
days in Tampa on, business. re PRUNES . 73* 2 rt _
cently. 1 15-02.

Jack TerreJl. I is 'on the alck SUN MAID RAISINS. .27* 2rt 24-oz. CRACKIN'-GOOD' BIG 60. .
list' this week. 10-oz. TASTE TREATTOASTEMS .;

children Mrs. Herky Johnson amt . 42 I 3rt Family I I Cremes 'p39?
of Jacksonville' : laspending1 '/i-Qt. ANGELOMUSCATEL .
a few days with her 1
WINE 87* 8rt 18 -oz.BETTY, CROCKER
t>arenfi>/ Mr. and Mrs.. Floyd J

Croiby.. Mrs. Edward Norman and WINE H Qt. ANGELO. SAUTERN. a. r a 69* (t 6* Cake Mixes 3'I./I

Mrs. Gordon Jones I spent Wed Lq. QUICK or REG. \ .

nesdaywith Mr.and:' a{ra. QUAKER OATS . 53* \ 2* 12-oz. THRIFTY MAIDTomato' Oe.
Charles Crlbbs' an4 family: in r

Aach.ua." !:Mr. And, Mrs. Edward Norman FROSTEDfLAKES.: ,35* 2rf. Catsup 61./

; spent rUle weekend with o's KELLOGGS

their! IOn-fn-la\V find daughler. SNACK PACK. r .31 ( 2rf. SPARKY BRIQUETTES J'TREAT
Mr. and Mrs.' > Jones
TUurfnan< ;

.in' Ltujy. ''Laker.Mrs. PACK. 31f# 2rf. Charcoal 2O Inc G' 791.
Bertie WlUtams! re lOVi-or."NBC. I ; .
turned to her home .
In JackionvQe \ -
SHREDDED WHEAT 29 .
Thursday after a two 2rf. .
weeks visit with her brotherinlaw 10-oz. CARNATION INSTANT t L

and alstef. Mr. and 1011''. DRY MILK .32! 3 C.'C.'Crosby.: : d. 8 Qt. CARNATION INSTANT

'. Mi*.' nooSe Moody of Lake DRY MILK a a 85* 21t

Butler ..pent'Saturday '.iOiUt. 12-Ot. THRIFTY MAID INSTANT .
....J. U Johns.
POWDERED MILK 93* 102
Bute Crosby In Lake ALL 3 GRINDS' ASTOR Limit
was. I-Lb. LIGHT BROWN 1 Coffee Your Order 1

City :Monday. and- ,Visited. -. Mills SUGAR 18* 1 Vzlt
Kelly.: I a r r :
: 28- z. MINUTEMINUTE ChOice'W/$53.0a

--- RICE. a 87* 2? 'COFFEE .

2nTICC'FU' I\1C"iD\: S-Ib. JIM DANDY .
_
In llirell: r'rar4 UrmAtori "JIM DANDY GRITS a.43 '''' 4 t .. .
'vaBtr' Flnvldala. Chaarerr. q I 'ee'<< !
? ('ae No.: Il > 12-oz. SKIPPY / SOUTHERN BISCUIT' r
JOHN WAKUBN OLIN, PEANUT BUTTER 43
rujntirr n' MAJIIE!: ARLENEMA1terlAl' 4t /
: Ol..rw- Defendant.. 2-Lfc. DEEP SOUTH -
NOTIta: !: "TO AWKAU'
To>>: Marl.. -Arlena' .' MaceauOlhl APPLE JELLY . 37* 2t FLOUR539
20-oz. WELCH'S
'
Von 'h..Aby notlf
are Iftil that
a nut r>>r t Diverse yai trees FRUIT OF VINE t 39* 4 t
filed ajraJnet the ,
you 'In ailyovc COLONIAL
named-fmirt And cause and 28-oz. MUSSELMANAPPLE
you are veciuired to fterte a BUTTER e 33* 2 t
.
copy of your anewer or plead*
Inw to" the complaint on the 94-ot. LOG CABIN ,

t Plaintiff* H Vterp-Attorney':20J-805; f' H...K... door Temple -- SYRUP . . 65. At SUGAR 5 BAG La 49
Aye Stairke Florida aad I6oi. HELLMASTS P
file the orltfnal In the. office t
T'the. CJ.rU pf the. Circuit MAYONNAISE. e 430 2t t _
Court; on Ob.r",... the ,a.. 34-o. FRENCH'S PREPARED ALL STRAINED
day" or ,October, 191)7) ; otherwl.e BEECHNUT
the afleiratloii. of said FRENCH'S MUSTARD 330 2*t ,
,
Cmnplrtnt.wtIL' be taken aecunfe.a.d B.. DEEP SOUTHSWEET Mj
*
bv.
'.Tnla notice you.nhall. ''be publlahe RELISH 21 2t BABY
r FOOD
anae eiigk .....11:' tar four 1 10
"oD.'I.' weeks In the Brad 32-oz. DEEP SOUTH WHOLE r

ford. hated County thin Tclifraph.2Uth dar oC i.optenber DILL PiCKLES. . 37* :2*t s'_
." '
1MT. 3J-oz.: DEEP SOUTH KOSHER

(8UL. CHARLES) ;: A. nArUlT DILL PICKLES 41 2t
Merk. ef the Circuit Court 14-.i. FANNING BREAD A '

Clerk.Br. Houlah II. Moqdy Deputy BUTTER PICKLES r 27* 2t

-- _.flU'. 4t 10/JK. Q!. WHITE HOUSE

la ...... (......, ......eeftt e.. .,, CIDER VINEGAR 27* 2*
.' ...A,..
In .rei, mutate of C.; M. B..- SAUCE 59* 6r
beut Decee.el. :
'rJ4teE!: 'TO CKKDITORS' 14-ci., ,

C.All B.'...dll Kiwbvnr. '.* of notified and reqqlrct '
to file any Claims or demand, HEINZ
..tfhlch. they. le.the have av'..lnat KETCHUP 45* 2r:
aid eatale offk" of the
BIG SCOTT DECORATED
No. 303 Con STOKELY I
'' County Florida In the court PAPER TOWELS 35* 2 t
house at StarH.. Florida" withIn ,
'al'11' 'oalendar month from IOO Ct. B R. Honey Pod Peas w

'the 141..( date ef thla of aotlce.the flrnt..each,oubllvaH claimor DIXIE CUP REFILLS. 47* 2*t 5/1./ 1 I ) '

demand tnuet be In 18" REYNOLDS
'an "tetldenoe and poet olfli-e ad4rs. 65,*: 2 t
of the claimant and must 48' LIPTON '
be sworn to by the! tUlniant, Shave Creme 78
'his aarent. orhi* attorney. or TEA BAGS . a 65 2 t ,
If will become Void actordlne; 100 Ct. TENDERLEA e
.
.to l w.MAl'DK: BARBOPn COLE TEA BAGS . $1.19 4 t 5

r fS Admlnl.tratrlx Sworn EAL1'R.' Harbour to before,,of dece.aod.the'me thle estate J9th of 2-02.INSTANT I NESTEA TEA. 87t.! 2
day of JuIy:19e7.:
Kula IT. Parnell TEA . 87* 2 t Ct DEODORANT
s Notary Public for >S C.
Pleat publication Oil Sept 14/ No. 303 Con LIBBY L C. BARTLETT

JIe7.nwN 1ll 4t 10/J BARTLETT PEARS 35! 4 Right 69;
'f N ke 2V4 Con LIBBY SLICED YELLOW .
KM The Ceeeity Jdme'. Heartroe ,
Bradfard c....,. Flql"d. CLING PEACHES 3/96f ; 4 1-Lb. DIXIE DARLING
Ja. Pre.II". / No. 295! Can DEL MONTE SLICED YELLOW r.

.1A.WRKVCE fn Rep Rxtat KIRK. .4 DuoraN011CK EDGAR.. CLING PEACHES .' 3/96 :' 4 Sandwich Bread 5
2/3/ ;
All creditor: TO of CREDlTOIt tine. .eititte of.X4tra. Not 2V* Can SUNSHINESPICED
Lawrence Kirk d.......- PEACHES 39* 4 t
:jd. arr hereby notified and' required e 9 Pk. DIXIE DARLING FRENCH
to file .any clitlne or 24-oz. THRIFTY' MAID

aaalaat:oemandu.which..ld relate they in may th.have.ofiU.e GRAPE JUICE 33* 1 2* Hard Rolls 2/39//

othe County Judjta",. of 40-oz. SUNSWEET <
gehedfprC.urtboua.
\ allorStark.. PRUNE JUICE . 63* 2 4 -
.Y'Jerl4a, within tile, cal./11..r l 46-o*. V- Pk. DIXIE DARLINGApple
,;monta f.om the data of the '
first publication of thin notice COCKTAIL JUICE. 41 2
.Itach ,.cteUn" or demand mual. Strudel 2/49/ ?
be wvltioK and muat etata the ,
place o-f reetdenee'and 'poet OJaddreaa -

and,fie.,! must *>. ef sworn lh. to claimant: by the ....-.-.-.-..............................................._._....rrrrrr.............. ..................................-.........-.-.. ... ...... ,
'elarmant hi..g.at 01'' bla at- u -- --- --- .....
4orn..r.. o*, It will become void( EX..R : E-x.-RA. : : : r -- ,
according'.. ; ''to tavr. i "dx GREEN STAMPS I i dy GREEN STAA4pi i .EX.-RA. STAMP i I .leX: II RA i r ------IEx'TRA.. : lEX""yqA, :
CIdrlaa'M.. BcMmltln : a..uw N..r. : Z..rr..Nw. : : ... .J.N! : I M CAEEN.. .. STAMPS. : I I I
1J..t.1' | the Cebi,t. ofJ,4wrehSe ... HW MCHN.XL : ... 1i"i.STAMPS.. .. : d7I CREEK STAMPS :
Kirk, ,t .'/''-. *. I 11 'IV.-L. CA. 1 ,,. 1 ..... oroll I "d mo* PUMICEOU I + .1 ,......_
d 4f r ; ileren- raN Ctrl orvuNn, ) I roumaea 1 I .....J.x. ......u.o... 1 ..N .ALI'* TCAK I c I '. I
1 ... y// ... J I #5 1; 1 / ON. 3 L. mon .
.. Peeled Shrimp I I Wh.t" ,. Pea, fl PIWMIONIPI I.Q LI.I WORAVr 1 I -NlNNI. O ..
u ene F. 9h wSHAW e i { j 1 ... I .0,. / w o +HO S
"'CA picOOB M PAMM
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._ NBAO VCAkooa Turkey Rcaifaooo \ .
!1t1 JlI.! r. TMMU oey.av a 1 eo00 tN.u on a I : 1 Z I Cuba. St.okaooo ..
111 Street I t.a.k WIHM. .BIM, I At ..f.. .'NN.DI... j ar seen TMHU...OCT......... Al. a_THAU.ocfWIMM.. 'lE tiinu. OCT 1 I It' I
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day School 10 a.m. Morning:;
Worship 11 a.m. Training
Union, 6.30: p.m. Evening Wor..
-
: : 3L : ship 7:43: p.m. Wednesday
SA' v'' :1 G' night Prayer Service, 7:30
r p.m. with Choir Practice afterward -
-
;1' .
\ Bible Club In held every Monday -
; for grades 1-6 at Hope

S cL$1 .;i i: EPUck! 1. + eGG FO00 STQjr.n S Baptist bring.. his Church.your Bible child and Please a to friend.INtraunulw come encourage .-

:/' \ If: Quantity Rights R.Mrved-Pric"Good Thru Ot*. .
..,_ J./I/ ''OJ' WINM,. .aim,*eiomer HM.__mNeMT. -.lee* U W. Batten and, family

USDA CHOICE WeD BRAND CORN FED E-Z CARVE RIB WeD BRAND BEEF PLATE 4USOA attended honoring R.a L reunion. Batten Sunday on hla83rd.

a birthday at the home of

>; NIORN lbe 99e WANCOR lb. 29USDA and A.Mr.J. family Fender and Mri.of James Green Week Cove

rllpK Rv. J. C. Hesters of
W-tJ fqrnandlna. and Rev. H. D.
ROtlND
CHOICE FED BONELESS CHOICE FED BEEF SHORT 1 Yulee were Friday night guests
of .Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Craw-

lb. 9951 RIBS fur Miss\and Debbie family.and Monti Rltch

i i! tJ of guests folatka of their were grandparents weekend.

CoRN : Mr. MM* Mr.. Clyrt/' Halt.
r FED BEEF CLUB or SIRLOIN W-D BRAND Plus 100 1 Free wAToupon from Newspaper Mr and Mrs. R. J Zelgler

f : < gueata of Gainesville of :Mr. and were' Mrs weekend, W. E.

J ; AK ,lb. $109| Gr. BEEF 5L1S.999JI Uampler Mia Ann Mills of Atlanta.

A .1, '/ ar Ga. woa a guest Monday and
fueuday .f :Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Sullivan\ Sr.M. .
*J and Mrs. Ernest Trieat
and family Mr. and Mrs.
t V"PORK LOINS BOSTON James A. Gnaan and family
wont to St. Augustine Friday
t : 1Mr
SLICED INTO ; BUTT
night and ate supper and then
4 t I attended the football game.
fj 1 Mr. and Jr1l... Karl Souther-
j PORK PORK : land of Santa Fe visited Mr.
1 S'j ad< Mrs G. L. Crawford and

family.Miss' Pat Raley is attending
CHOPS 1 1 4 1 1 Masm-y Business College in
n ROAST
1 I J JaclLsonviUo.
[ r.1v. Edgar' : Wilkerson of
Holllster was an overnight
r guest ol Mr. and Mrs. Percy

;. :: : 1 I Sullivan Sr., Sunday.to hear of the
'b.49i'11I We regret
r1p 1p 1pMti
: Lb.69 ? : death who passed of John away Henry at his Swindell home

: .. In Glen St. Mary Sunday night.
I. :J :Mr.: Swindell: was the nephewof
; \ fo, *i ta'.".'e,;....''... "'''.''i''" Walter and Willis Swindell.
r Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ha.11were
the guests of their
SUPERBRAND '. 1- _., .__ daughter, Mrs.\ Jimmy'' Rltch
ue 1l
COTTAGE CHEESE jTTTT:; :' 59"Ife4z ; trg'MEiiYEi FRANKS .l" :' : ; 69* and Mr.family: and of Mrs.Palatka Ervin, Friday;Beach

{ KRAFT Crdcker Barnl Mellow 63< ."Sharp 69* .4 EM. Shorn 8-01. PW
CHEESE STICK .75. BRAUNSCHWEIGER.I; ; : 39. = ham Monday .and attended, re.vlval .
services.fVev.
n-oi: INDIVIDtALlX WRAPPED ( 12.01. "Pka. TALMADGE: SLICED
Heaters and Rev.
i J. C.

BOHDEH'S CHEESE ; ; I' : 59* COUNTRY, BACON .L" t,;; : l: 59* guest H. D.* 'Yulee fr'rttay,: % .were of Mr.overnight and Mrs.C. .
: 1 : j .
L.' Crawford and family
i1-Lb.A MM. W. C" Rhoden and chil
.' ;; duo Dottie and Mike weN 1
,3-ok Pko COPELAND 2Vi-Lb, HEAT a SERVE FRENCH FRIED I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I.
FISH STICKS / -, 99- I Walter Swindell and famU,.
CHIRPED BEEF 41. ; : Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ,
TASTE CTSEA' I and Mrs. Rodney Hall and sons

.EAT-RITE i-Lb : BOLOGNA : : 53 FLOUNDER' FILLET :T'.u..,. 49* :' Pockham were Rev and and family Mrs.Rev.M.and I*. +

I Mrs. Billy Kelly and Bon Mr.
," ... and Mr.
and M. R. O. va8 sby
FLORIDA and M..... Bill\ Phllllpa. i
SPECIAL..FIL-MAR. PURE
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Swin
Half f dell! of Hellbronn Springs. were

Orange J-ice- i 2 Gallon Plartfa $1. j Sunday Walter Mr. end SwlndeM.guests Mrs.of'Mr.Al and Waddell were Mrs.

Decanter I 1 I I and Monday Barbara night Coleman guests ot Mr.

and Mrs.'' J. D. OrtftU and
family
FRESH PRODUCE :
-
1 .. ',.... ('trawl Cw .t Of.Brae. >
U. S. No. 1 GEORGIA! RED SWEETPOTATOES ford. 'OB-IT. .KlorlUa. J JCaee
A* t l .
Lrfa Godwin. P'1"
5 LIS. 59xU. tiff w4.. .Sandra v.paen.Wnl... William Franklin" uod
VOTICB OK PUTT'
t k'riMililln. Ood-
; ''TO Winium$
U. S. No I YELLOW i/ vin, 6111110
Special! eorTrcua.. ( stale l Oym-
ONIONS.I 5 a' 39 "uulMlnir Naval. "taU"nMorlolk.' N-24. United) State.

I VlrrlnUiYou
.
SWEET.'JUICY' JONATHANAPPLES lira hereby notified that

8 o. Bulluu hm, for.been dlvoro....filed and against otherrvllef '.
5 a 59 c ran sad j .U.. hereby required
of
your
to nerve a copy
.
.
It
written duf>n to It. any
..
Jr. Plaintiff -
cm Themn A. T wn.
THOMPSON WHITE. .SEEDLESS '. attorney, whose actdrei
I le P. O Druwer 340. Starke.
rtorldu. ,o tt. and file the or<
GRAPES 4 LIS. 51. :A lirlnaj. with" the. Clerk of the
1 above. etyled) Court on. or beth -
,. October lS. 1111 othorwise -
Judvement may be entrrt -
O a aln/ it yen for the re-
., >
r rS '" relief deiitunded In th. com-

PLUMS 2-39, *; 4. oral plmlntWITWHSS, of. Mild. i my'Court band at and Stark"the.

1 Hradteril fownty. Florid thisHiptember
; 7th .191)7.)
(lit:.u.)
A. DARBY. ClerkSaid
CIIAuI.FS
1 FROZEN FOODS I By Buuluh Coiirfr )f. Moody Deputy
Clerk. .
--- t/14 4t 10/S
MORTON ALL FLAVORS MEAT (EXCEPT :3 COURS8 X-Lb. Pico.' PAN-REDI) BREADED REGULAR OR FRENCH CUT DIXIANA _

Dinners 2/89/ Shrimp '2.29 Green Beans 6/i.SLb. ."lei.l.rl Tae And
.' .tlHi FAVCHISK.Estate of Dncraaed.NOTICII NEnULIMPLOYn .

: Bog"FROZEN' FRENCH FRY RICH'S QUARTS LAND O'LMES Olf fWOBATB Interested. In
Th.Tn E All:.tate Persona Of Said Decedent:

Potatoes 69 Coffee Rich 21./ Butter LB. 85* .lor. Yea written to are he hereby Instrument the test. notified Will purport.that andTentarneiit

of Bald, decedent
t Pkq.ot S W-D BRAND CHOPPED SARA LEE CROISSANT OR BUTTER I-Lb I ;. Pkg. FLEISCHMANN CORN OIL ha* been admitted. to probate

) Beef f Steaks 89 Gem Rolls 37 Margarine: 39* camnmnded tha ta ix.tlc thlH.list* month tn Court sap.ae. publication wlthm from You tn"It the,are this. ((81 date of hereby Court thin calendar of

and show cause, If any you
... ... ... .. ... ... ... see. why. the uutlgn of thin
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-------y--------------- Court In
f- x.-rRA. : EX.-rRA : >iEXTti: 'A : EX: >t.* should. not staail

i i I I d'A..GREEN.. ._STAMPS : d1_( GREW_STAMP1 I I .*rX_GREEN.. ._STAMP : I .6'!. BEN!.1TAMP1 : d"J{. -'i STAMPS : PERCH FILLETS .*mmtyTII(1'It""AY. .*ren A.HI.. '.Yawn... J*.
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Beef : Black Pepper Pop T.rts : Stem Mushroom : Spray I .
I Ground I 39 .
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2 PAOE Omt BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAR1EK.! FLORIDA THITRSD/IY./ OCT.) 5.1967'
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.Y.Y. .. .Y YYY..YYW 10 a. an.. Worship 11 a m. and Mra. Lynn Hamilton and family on Sunday were Mrs. Their ease of operation' versa\ .. September 8th. 18B7. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY: brought aaralnut you by WUMu ag-alnat you.
and 8 p. m., TaT In1ng Union family of Starke. Mr. .and: Lee's mother Mrs. O. L. Peterson tlllty. dependability econ- Hut, Y. Mali,..., CIVIL ACTION W'aHliln-fton In, tho uhove entitled 1 Thix Nuiln''. ,Khali. tin imbllHhod -
Attorney fur i Uxecutur. OA8M NO. 184 Court anti LUIIHO. and you In t thu next loan 1,011Heuutlvu -
\ 7' p. m.' Midweek services Mrs. Norman Hamilton and:!l of Arlington and her omy have contributed the most Box 183. Luke Butler, Fla. WILLIE WASH nto hereby aunitnoned. ., ordered I wcM.Ulv IHMUHM nf the
LAWTEY\ Wednesday 8 p. m. children of Gainesville. aunt Mrs. C. E. Titus and to the devoted interest in boat- Peter D. Fancher, Jr.Executor r NJTOiAlnUff. and required to file your written 'lirudford Cuunty Telegraph u
of the BIstat of -.- defeniiea to the duly qualified pub-
I v answer or newspaper
Church and Casey son-in-law and '
of :Mrs. Tom
God Mr. daughter Mr.
Sunday ing. .
Nellie Floyd< Puncher de- MARY complaint at the office of the lUhed In auld County
By B-tua. > EI.ech.rdAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA School 10 a. m., Worship 11 and children attended the and Mrs. Gary Hunt all of Boating 1 t. not a passing e.e..d. WASHINOTON.Defendant.. Clerk of aald Court In Starke, WITNESS< my hand .IIH Cliirlc
a. m. and 7:30: p. m, VT E football, !game between BHS i Graham Few leave this First publication September ORI>KH OP Pflll.lCVI:! Florida, and to nerve a copy of said Court, und. tho soul of
uAVV fancy. ,, people 14, 1807, A41" TtOTICH OK" Mil IT thereof. on Plaintiff attorney, said Court at Stark', Florida, ,
Wednesday 7:30 p in.. Prayer and st, Augustine High I activity to turn to others.. Survey !911 I I 4t 10/5 IN TUB NAME OK THE Holll-j V. Knight and TheroiiA tills September!! IN, Him
Lawtey Junior High PTA, services Friday 7:30: p. m. School and'camped u ut for ..sintereete'how (hat In a listing1 of STATE OF FLORID TO Yawn t Draw r IfMtarke l'IIAIU.I'JH A riARBYAn
fAKV WASHINGTON whuse Fiends .ill >in ur burn Clerk lOt t"Ir, ell <-onrl,, ofBradfnril
meet I
will at the school cafe- Highland Baptist Sunday the night on Anniatatla [In people have for the IN TUB L'lKCIHT I'OITHT OF I ti".:Munt'i' la. unknown. re' the 30th il.iv or Uotobui..I .'"'""r. Kim, liiui
torlum on Tuesday evening I School 9:45: a. m. Wor-' 'future that boating is an outstanding UrEgI'rJLdNllrl.:? } .\l. I C1K i \Y"..u ai,.. hereby notified that 1 11187., uthiil'WW, It Default (JeCI, i lab i si,.nit I
Oct. 10. A covered dish supper ship 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. land.Mr.. and Mrs. Malnes: Orlf- F choice. This! mean IN AND lJ l .n lull fin, divorce 10.... been. )I luilKinent "lll bn en.or.d' 1I/1 21 1 it I in<)I'I u

will be served at 6-30: followed Choir practice e:30 p. m. la'and Mr. and Mi 8 Virgil/ that new thousands wilt become -

by the business session Prayer services Wednesday Orlffls and families( of Pa- participants. In the sportIn to.. ...It' '. J_,.., .
at 7:30.: There will be a 7:30': p. m. laUca pent, the weekend with the future.

panel!! by Bradford Educa- Mr. and Mrs. Louie< I.. Mrs Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. Thus of
growth
the great OPEN EVERY FRIDAY TILL 9
tional Asso. to discuss the Wainwright and family were Daisy Bock and Lynn tooatlnjf"can be traced more to
position and needs at the weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Joyce Futch. Miss the complexities of modern
school and school crisis continuing Mrs. T. L. Wainwright and:! Mary Julia. Finch, Miss Elisabeth F .
clvilUatlon than to any hard
In a question and other relatives.Mrs. Terry Mrs. Ola Btarllns 'for 75 years
headed tatlstlcs or rational
answer period glvinz every Joyce ,Futch o? Bar- and Linda Devore attended
reason
one the opportunity to better dla, Oa. was at home over Homecoming at B() drain '" .
understanding the pre the weekend and Miss Mary Baptist Church Sund.y.' f'-4- -

sent problems. Julia Futch of Tallahassee Alton P. Crews, son .%f Mrs. ROPING CLUBRESULTS f WEST Has Been a Leader

This is a very Important spent the time with ,:'er. I Steve Starling Jr is ROW sta- *
meeting and we urge all par-, Saturday visitors of Mrs. tioned with the First Marine p. in Building Materials!

ents to be present on this O. J. Philips were Mr.\ and Division in Da Nans, Viet -

occasion. Mrs. Leslie Phillips and eons Norn. I Hamilton TSV -

CHURCH ACTIVITIES of Jacksonville end Mr. and Mrs. D., R.,Redding visit- By Lynn r- ; .
Grace Methodist Sun Mrs. Coleman Phillips and ors of the week were her sister WilY TIlE I .t OVERITEMS ,
day School 9:45: a. m., Worship children spent Sunday! with 'Mrs. Bertyce Sullivan of "BOATI-VO: BOOM?" High point troph7 win-
11 a. m. and 8 p: m.. Mrs. Philips. Jacksonville. on Sunday and ners,for the month of September ,4,000
were
MYT" Sunday evening( 6:30: Visiting Mrand Mrs. H. Mr*. .Curtis Coldlng of Plant Writers, economists and ,eta.- : 7 and under
p. m.First. II. Hamilton over the week- City spent the first part of tlstlclana have belabored"'the Dora Trlest; 3 through 12 i

Baptist Sunday School: end of last week were Mr.'. last wqek! with her. outmoded phrase ''!(the boating Bonnie Hall: boys 13 through TO SELECT .
informs boom," from offering 19. Tommy Smith; girls WE no.-
Mrs. Nellie"Wilkinson every angle, iiI'
: us that; her,son-in-law every poa lblc. economic through 19, Darlene Hayes:
Is stationed and cultural for Its men through, 38. Adro Brown; ----
I Robert Smith who reason ex- ..
INSTANT HOUSINGNEW on the U. S. Forrestal! returned istence. But to understandwhy men "Jack: Benny," Junior .
May- -became Herscy: ,Ladles 20 vid/ over .
with the ship to boating has so cash &
Hazel
port.'and is visiting ;Airs popular and why Its popularity The OrtCfla. carry ., tr. .
12 WIDES Smith at their home in Vir- Is continuing, one haa to Roping Club will spon501' .,;. .' 1r f.I ,

ginia',until' Che ship is repair look Into ,the complexity cf ?a'.,'beet .barbecue on Saturday I E BUILDING I.I :' ;P .. A'Lt, I
FROM $3,299 UP ed. ThePorreatal was recent: / reasons why people buy boats. Oct. '7. starting; at 5 ; ; Y ,: "-,((1
p. m. at the Fairgrounds. '" f
Reconditioned 8 &10 on re Atisea t and burned Most- important according I _1.110 for '1IduJt&"And. ,., 11 far 4 '
Wide -- ---- ---
scnouaiy.Mrs. to the E'In; : d-&atjg-; News children.: T- 1 L mATERIALS]I
C. E. Strickland of ..
1, 2 and 3' Bedroom Models Mrs. Futch Service is that a boat allows' "There.-will a Trl-County 4M1
Oalnedvllle; Joyce '
Its owner to baak in some sort Horse Show between Bradford .WE'VE BEEN IN THE ,, Y11 1

ALL AGES ALL PRICES and Miss Elizabeth funeral Terry of their attended of leisure activity. He might .., Union., and Columbia BUILDING MATERIALS
'
the harness ,the power of the mo- County riders, following the
BUSINESS
Bob Dodson SEE| Bruce MartinFOR Baptist uncle Ott Church Iterry In at Ft. White Elam tor for the purpose of enjoyIng barbecue ana the Chamber FOR -

the thrills of water ski- of, Commerce, Calf Scramble. .
Saturday.Jody$ Ing. To the fisherman, a :boat '7""'DIIDcer/ 75 YEARS! ._
THE BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR Thomas of Live Oak Vk4'V
Is the perfect Cloverleaf .
visited hU grandparents, Mr. transportationto > -**, Dora Trlest.
RECONDITIONED an.d Mrsw.. F. Moore over his favorite haunts. .The Mark Joyner, 'Cindy, Jordon DecuJte
family has joined the move- Bobby .. Mack.: Hersey,
UM'weekend. ment to ,the water and boats Dennis Brown, y
',Mr. and Mrs Jim Burton .uaawtiri oI
,
Mobile/ HomeLOW of.:Jacksonvll.e were visiting have become an ever-Increas Barrel Weave-Dora Trtest, TD 00Vle la ear Dear

h.r. parents Mr and Mrs. ing symbol for modern to- Mark: Joyrter, Bobby Carter,, PAINT

DOWN PAYMENT Pavil pinkie, through the getherness. Mark Hersey. Angle Fox David _w
People have come fb admire Manning.
weekend. '
MONTHLY PAYMENTS': LESS THAN RENT., ,M!. and Mrs..)C. D. Sellers the water as an escape from Arena Race -Dora Priest, INTERIOR
of' :dui urridale are visiting the humdrum existence' of Mark JoynerBobby. Carter, EXTERIOR-

FREE DELIVERY and SET UP Mr' and Mr Pierce Crews landlocked living. Reflected In Dennis Brown David' Manning -
the basic desire to own6 boat Angle Fox.
tills -week On Sunday tney all :
Is some of the adventure 'of 8 Though IS
'visited D. R. Shaw and family LATEX HOUSE
MUSTANG in LaCrosse and on Monday pioneering. Boating liberates Cloverleaf Keith Carter, PAINT
Mrs' Crews' brother. people to new frontiers; an advance Klmbo Ftorsybh Randy Joyner -

ofGraham into areas which are Paul Brown, Ronnie Rail,
'Qe/j IJPIIpt,,e f.he Rivera afternoon with the relatively unexplored. Ricky Ellington. : r I

MOBILE HOMESINC. Crews' e eiMlL Social standing Is lost In Barrel Weave ;- Randy $ 2 9 MFR. LIST t75th
.' the camaraderie of boating. Joyner, Rodney Orlffls Paul \;
,,George Roberts and Boatmen are gregarious nature Brown, EdWe.H zen; Ronnie "\BT r FULL I $ "3O4Mght.lVajgonimieel
Urs;: Pearl Booker spent MoriQey''lh and a man's stature on Hall, Nate Shannon. LOOK

; Jacksonville. the water Is determined not; by :Arena Race- Rodney Orlf GALLON WHAT

U.S.. llyry. 41;North Phone .752-2797' .-W* are pleased to notethit'Mrs. I his personal income, but by his fls, Klmbo Fofsyth Randy s YOU '

.i Lake City, Florida t Effie Miner '\is able : knowledge and skill In nautical Joyner, Ronnie Hall Hoy Ad- ANNIVERSARY ,1 SAVEI

tt beat homer again after activities' ..< kins, Troy Hancock.
Headquarter For several weeks In Bradford Boy A3 ihric 19 7 f since lei t
Outboards
Instant
Housing, Coiihty'Hospital.Visiting' I offer people' the Cloverieaf-, f Tommy: ,smith. ,
opportunity
to fulfill 'a desirable 1892
Ralph MorgAn.: Ernie Trte
t.
the Robert E. Lee and
;.
..... : yearned-for activity.m Ellis OrlfflovJimnfcy: ,Clemons.
." !i1'5IIII ..t Louie NoeeeL b< ...
"' :: I
'i'ijffi ngii aBaBCEdjigiajL. "-==- '
Barrel Weave Tommy 'iE>
F 1s _
Smith Ralph. ,Morgan Ernl?
AREA '
BUSINESfDJRECTORY Priest, Kelly Fbrsyth, Greg.
: Woods Louie,, Noegel.: :
-. Arena Race --Tommy :
Smith, Kelly' Fortytlf.: Ernie!: i iFrom -

AUTO SALVAGE Trlest, Louie SNoegel;. ..JimmyClemmons. eat .f the. Went -..... thin l..ty, "...: wadoa.heel.handell.r.Pert.etf.reith.rdiwl.aro.r.rd.r. r
LADIESCherry' '
Farm and Indnatrial WEAR Office Equipment' Ellis: Grlfis. .
; The. four frosted globed, ..tl<-ueepper ...1.... mod r-
Equlp..t Girl Thru 19 <>..<.. wheel frame bring. a warm (.lew right lule >'e.i
BRASINGTON Cloverleaf Paulette Ellington
s Hancock OfficeEquipment v..e.1
Darlene Hayes Sandi ,

CADHXAO-OLD3MOBHJO palnenlUe'. Most Fashionable Morgan, Sandy Saunders,

a- Santa Fe Tractor Address For LadleaDBIIIAIIESllUIT6l7oATS Angel Wood, .Dobra: Wood.
Barrel'" 'Weave: .
BALES SERVICE Inc. UATKRNITT WBARAOCXSSORIES Smlth-Oorona I -*Authorised. Ellington; .Sandl :Morgan, $ MFH.

Fine Balectloa of Used CaN :! Dealer Sandy: Saunders; Angel Wood: LIST

Takea Oa Qfllllw) Trade T W. lhilver lty, Oalnesvffle Clary! -.Victor-'ibt.By Debbie. Bobo. Betty Ann Orlffl 29 ISO +I ,
'
]toot N.W.18tte. Rt
.PHONE.. 378-U01 4U FORD MEN'S WEAR Adding :Machines,,, Oaloulaton *'MtnaRace. -j-Pauletta... Ellington f only J MODKLWliy 151 -- _

Farm Tractor.* Jk Implement ALE-3-ajjRVTr-m.ninM-r!: : A t jf ,
Darlene Hayes. Sand -
L & L
Men's Shop .... ) 'V
Debra -
Saunders.
Ford Industrial: Equipment SAVE TEMOB Dbenw 'yo r ) Wood t. I.
CRANE
Angel Wood SandI '
Flonhelm Bhoe_ Morgan. --'
UBK-O> EQUIPMENT 0 PtMo Pluma Bulls requirements' with s first. V Men '20 Thru 38 .

IJNpOLAf-DfEROIIRZ: SALES 0 Ladle Sports Wa* 1U8 N. Main St. QtUnesvlIUrhen Cloverleaf Gerald Joy
PART SERVICE '
Aatl.ortm.Ml Sato. A Service Arrow 370-4SM1, : Leo Thornton. Edward
,,Onus Bnlrt ner. cook like ?
eo6 It. University, Oa.ne.tvW* PICK UP A DELIVERY I William. ,* Robert ..Jordon.BOl a pioneer I

Phone ST2-U61 13 W. T/Blv rslty, OahK-svlne \ Forsyth, Hurv Waldron. ]a0-aMi IRIS ..AiiTi.iJi.ce<.....'....MID.B'tLiMtti.-i' tomttsv aw ..oo>:n... MAID
ass N.W. Sixth Oatneavill f1

Crane's Import PhoneGARDEN 37a264a MOBILE' 'HOMES PAINT &; GLASS Barrel. Mark, Weave Adklns., :Van Edward Prescott -/ r' BUILT-IN OVEN and RANGE .1.1S2995

.WUHanis. Bill I rsytl1.. Leo
y. >i- ) '
FIATHIliMANS201 MUSTANG Liddell Paint. &: Thornton.. Hurv 'Waldron.! ..I.


N.nun:Main ST2-4J73 OabiMvllle SUPPLIES Mobile. Homes, Inc. Glass Co. nero Arena'Robert RaceGerald' 'Jordon JOY-VanPrgeoott $9.75 4.lkly {r

1e-. Mark: Adklns. Edward -, It
OaJnesvOI. ** DUcount', HoMl KTANIZK PAINTS' William.. Bill Forsyth. ]

Beauty Academy 0- .... Lot. Glue-Mirror Sliding Door- "Jack Benny

Purchase discount oa entire Tub Jnal"1U': .-8boww Doors Cloverleaf Joyce Warden -

Johnson&Paris, Inc. chain guarantee Bug* savings .WlndowsAwnlngCawpeWaUDaperStorefron *- 'Junior Hersey.. Jo Ann 75tl1

POWELL'S NEW MOON- CAPELLA Forsyth. Merrill Orlffla. Tom
Complete Iin vtBKEDS Consultation' Wood, 'A1var .
George
PACEMAKER<
Beauty Academy -PLANTSUsed Mobile Home Low UI N.W. SUteoatti ... Barrel Weave\. --.-Joyce War- _. ...------ ... //IM1VERSARV\ \ } J

Priced.: With approved credit GAINESVILLE: 373.6111 den, Merrill Orlttls,'' Junior I OCK OUT" OLH M \\ W KATIIKR
Learn a Profession In Your I.ISOUddea-.PS SappiMe low as $too down. Hersey Tom 'Wood. George since

Spare Ttm*. Pull or Part Time 4S2f N.W. 13th Bt Ml North. Alvarez Jo''' Ann Forsyth. DELTA ALUMINUM,
43 1892
DAY a EVENIXO CLASSES FXRTIUZXaUlW : G-Ua-Mnrlll* 3TS-1344 SEWING MACHINES 'Arena Race- Junior- Her.sey. '

Low Tuition Terms Rant Fvrtnlcw CALL COLLECT Joyce Warder Merrill STORM e
SprMdcrs LOCATIONS
'219 N.W. 10th Ave. Griff, Tom Wood..1o Ann
MOVERS
oa i.esv1U. 378-8764 134 N.W. Atm> Ave. National 1 Sewing Forsyth. George Alvarez. WEST IN 10 STATES! I IIIICU.1II14.UJ
Ladles 20 ft OverAll \ '

PBONB 379- 47. Lone ZMstanc* Movta* Eventa Haael, .Grit tie, BOORFEATIRF5) '
CONCRETE Machine Co. In ..
PRODUCTS =. :4i3M1
IIIMnUJe.' .,. .S Local Drayag. .. \ Gall Jordon? STORE HOURS
'
Story.. Paekhiwag IMon.-Frl. 7:30-5:30: : .
New Home, Pfaff. Nelco 1 NOT A\\ll.tlll.R "
INSIST' THAT ALL YOUR Sblppllle Sat.. 7:30-4:00: f lAY ..
CXXHTCBJBTB Universal Sewing Machine* Adjustable Vsd<< Book OTHER <'O'tlHI' \no"> UOUR
PRODCOXS :FREOD ESTIMATES; CALL 3330 N. WALDO RD. 1r IF

ARC TIUS) BEST FROM Sale A ServiceNearly Cover AH slot. It eats <
GLASSGAINESVILLE HILL'S MOVING New Unite f 9 monthly .t Th Tele-rapl.. PHONE 376-2604 4)xell. .y P.......... CI..r-<.b.l. "'.d
Edward' Building .........-P -..rlll... '.r All ll.rd..r--
& Storage Inc. Budget Term Available THE RIQHT- POINT: for the Orals I".2S.. Orange Ave. Z Bar S._.. ...* \...11..1... l>nnel.. I I

,Supply, Inc. 8U' W. Uairer...lty. Gatoesvllle way you write. Come In 629-7967 tamflftfly. "..........rI..p.d Hallle. I JriKISAVE
SM4 JfM. Waldo Rd. 378-13M and select your favorite 'ES- Orlando 1:10V.: Michigan Free*-(._. ... llr.(lI Pv/e.tl.1: ',
7Z. 8. Mmto-371-4S44 TERBROOK feontals' Ave2UnuTampa
GalneavlU 872-4171 pep.
'OAXVESVII.IJE. FLA. 5306 N. 56th St- 'I SELF STORI (.r! YI I I '

GLASS CO., INC.MUSIC TILES &; PAINT :\O'I'.CID.orO CREDITORS 629-7181 1 I'
ELECTRIC ]MOTORS .All creditor 'uf'th..etatrofNellie Jacksonville" 1143 Holnes
.A.
Floyd< rancher de..e.a
Upham Music Co. FLINTKOTII nix are hereby notlfKd and requiredto SI35506'71Jacksonville -
ELECTRIC NJCVEBrnDNG CT CLASS" file any claims or demand. Arl. '
Vtayl Vtayl Asbesto Asphalt which they ma r .hu*. scalnit 150 S. Ed.e2' $ 9 fi :
Motor Repair Co.Store Front Mirror Shopping Ctr.I73030S Floor Finishing- Product acid state In,the office of the wood Ave.-388-0573 3'O" r
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county jilds- of Bradford 101155 1
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH




KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA i



STAKKK. ITLOmn/V THURSDAY! OCT. 5. 1967 .
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high precentlle ranking on

., '-. KEYSTONE HIIITES and this must competitive also display examination aptitude

I \. By Jim Fox and achievement in his Indians Looking For Win Over

academic studies In the
very
Please
Phone In Your items 473-4149<< near future. I
Glen who is a

KEYSTONE High.senior School at ,Keystone will be competing Heights : Trenton After Loss To Hastings

WOMAN'SCLUB 8 p. m., In the day Elccrtlo with the semi-finalists

District 5 of the Co-operative meeting room. throughout the country for Keystone In a game remln- to !even the score a" they
Florida
Federation of Woman's All members are urged' to at the scholarship funds which escent of the season' opener took the punt on the -43 ran

will hold their Club tend, as there are urgent have been appropriated for was shoved back into the it back to the 43. and aided
annual
meet matters which require Immediate this program.I losing column by Hastings by 13 .
a
ing, on Thursday, Oc';. 12. at here yard penalty picked
the Keystone attention. am sure that our readers Friday night. The 13-0 up two first downs and had
Heights
Temple Masonic FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH join me in congratulating victory by the Spudsters possession/ with second and

Heights Woman's The Club Keystone will A leadership course for the Glen on this fine achieve leave the Indians with a 1-2 eight on the 19 as the final

host this event.According WMS of the First Baptist ment and/; we certainly hope season standing. Hastings de quarter began Attempts by

to Church of Keystone was con that he successfully completes livered the knockout punch Murrhee- and Hlnck brought
Mrs. Henry ducted by Rev. Lawrence the final round of early in the first
Schuber, general chairman' competitlon. quarter up 4th and 10 on the 21. A 9
Carroll on Tuesday. Sept. 23. Taking the opening kick-off! yard from
there will be a reglstratlo pass Baker to M.
This course was well attended BINGO AT ST. WILLIAM'S on their own five yard line, Johnston fell
and coffee a yard! Miort of:
period at b:30
m. and the business : L. and :all of the participants The jack-pot is getting Hartllne ran It out to the 20. the first down and the Indians

meeting feel that they have gained a larger each week, and we The Spudsters, using power
will convene at 10. The meetIng /gave! up the ball on the
will vast amount of beneficial certainly hope that you will Mike Murrhro the 'I.r- I plays and end sweeps, 12, ending their lost threat
adjourn at at. Indian
which 12:30.: ,. knowledge which will assist join us this Friday evening mofit vpMiitllo pluyor, flgurm marched to the goal line. of the ball
be time a luncheon will them In their religious activities at 7:30: p. m., to try your luck In theMe two action hotn.. of the KIIS-Himtlnfc' gome. In They utilized 16 play end game.

served at the Community during the new year. at the winnings. The games; photo at left, Murrhrw, N... 4t, currying the btlll. In tucklml picked up four first downs in The Spudsters started. another

Church educational building The Faye Taylor Circle are being conducted l.i the by Johnny Barnon of Ha.tlngt. Abote the 80 yard march. The kick drive, bogged down on.
: allnrrhra l I...
Mrs. the 34
Schuber said that nhown had to punt,
reJ recovered I
met with Mrs. W. B. Stanley, recreation room of St. Wll-I.' making a low tackle on Hontlng was blocked and Keystone

servatlons must be completed on Mondar.- __ on Oct._ ___ _2at. "___ _1ft_ a_._ Ham's Catholic Church. Hooel- Photon by Olrn player Davltl Fox. No. 5. was six points behind with their punt on the 13 after
, by Saturday Oct. 7. It isF Moonryham and Van Kill': *. the ball touched an Indian
m. Nine members and one to see you this Friday' evening only 5:07: left In the first
hoped that all of the local and continued their drive to
visitor were* present with I fore the Game Day of October quarttr.
weighed 6
members will attend this pounds and 11 the 19 where the Indians.
meeting is scheduled
Mrs. Stella Stanley circle HERE "N THERE 26. for Jacksonville
last Homer
meeting ounces. Maternal week visiting received the kickoff took downs.
since It is being Nov. over on This interruption
chairman, presiding over the Mrs. O. C. Alderman and Members on the lk list; granctpar-I 27. her sister the
sponsored by the local club ents are Mr. and and husband on 20( and ran >It back was short lived as
DUPLICATE meeting. her sister, Mrs. Ralph Carey.of who need cheer oni': visitation Mathews and Mr and Mrs. Robert W. Kldd. to the 39. The Indians were
BRIDGE paternal Keystone's first
Mrs. Robert Ennls the Baltimore Md. week are Mrs. ..... ... .. play, a pass,
, RESUMES PLAY gave were Sarah Hallman. who grandparents are Mr. and ." Bill Lutgeos orders have unable. to mave the ball and was intercepted and the

The Keystone Heights< call to prayer. After a brief end guests of Mrs. Cora Mar- underwent surgery last week Mrs. J. L. "Jimmy" Price Jr.,] been changed and he Isn't a five yard penalty forced Spudsters took over on the)
business session, Mrs. Luclle shburn of Keystone Heights in Alaohua. General; 'Villam/ all of Melrose. Mrs. going/ to England after all. them to punt from their own
Duplicate Bridge Club, which Fredrlksson BEACH 18 continuing on with the
" is sponsored by the Woman's Powell. gave an outlined program and Mrs. Mona Canova of Reynolds, who is a convalescent Is the former Becky IINDN! He will stay In Minnesota for 34. The Spudsters put the help of a penalty to the 7

Club, will resume Its weekly on the ways and habits Storke. In Mason Manor Jacksonville Mathews. Both are former the present, and will be home ball on the 23 yandi! l and _yard line where_ ft_ _run__ "jmnnrf___ _
of the Baptist churches in On Sunday morning Oct. ; Mrs. Fay Olson, who Melrose ,residents. Vto) on leave In the spring. were able to pick up one nn u
Oct. 3, at the Masonte Tem Tills is their right end them
gave a
ple. Playing time is ,ft forgome Hong Kong and! Germany.: 1. members of the Keystone should be returning home their first child. By: Michael H. CWKy Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mlddleton first down but two penalties 13 point lead. The extra'

'I The Nell Pierce circle met Heights Lutheran Church soon from Bradfoid County MLss Dianne Simmons Ph. 475J1714AAAAAAAAAAA Denlfle, Mike and and a tough Indian defensive
of point made
on Thursday evening. was by a with
7:30: p. m. This is pen to Monday, Oct. 2, at. 3 p. m. at. had a. welcoming party for Hospital where she under Palatka. and Buck Tiller of AAAA AA1AAAJ Johnny Mark cf Ft. Myers effort forced them bock to seven seconds left run in thlt:
the home of Mrs. I H. Peel their new minister and his went and Mrs.\ Ida the
the surgery; Melrose were married spent weekend; with her the 23 yard line where they
public and they are lookIng Friday game. An onsldo kick taken
forward to a large at er with nine members and wife. Vicar and Mrs. Wallace Gentry of Lake Geneva, who night at 8:00: p. m. in the HI there! This is your: roll sister and family Lou and were forced to punt. Hinck by Orayson and Incomplete

tendance. Additional details one visitor present. The circle Mooney of Gainesville. The continues to improve' each Melrose Baptist Church. Rev. ing-reporter with the I. B. N. Jock :Miller.. Mrs. Mlddleton took the ball at Midfield and pass relegated this to
game
chairman. Mrs. Peeler coveredHdlsh 'luncheon v as! day. Report from B. C. T. News is the former
can be obtained by contact conducted James Fink officiated. !Mrs. Doris Dyal, and ran it bock to the 43 for history with Hastings still
ing Mrs. Fremont Tulles or the business meeting held at the home of Mr. and COMMUNITY CHURCH Tiller is the daughter of Mr. Center came to attend ,the 23th reunion Keystone's first Invasion' Irto undefeated in their annual
Mrs. George Raufm nn. of Considerable business for Otis Melton and I wont to of her
Mrs. David Nelson. and Mrs. Leaman Ward gave and Mrs. Dan Simmons of graduating Hastings territory. The Indians bout with the Indians
AMERICAN LEGION her presentation of the Baptist Lakevlew Drive. Mrs. Kauf- the fall programming of the Palatka. Mr. Tiller Is the son the Bradford High School:! class. Mrs. Charles Ine and were able to pick up

American Legion Post 202 work In Hong Kong Ger mann's daughters' Karolyn Church 'Women was accomplished of Mr. and Mrs. M. King of Adultorlum" Saturday; 'Jiitfht her brother A. V. Youngblood/ two first downs despite a 13 Some 'bright spots, even In

will conduct ,their regular many. and Janet assisted their at the Sept. 28 board Melrose. A reception followed and saw 'I'he Restless Ones", ,of Tallahassee also spent the and a S yard penalty but defeat were the offensive

monthly business meeting on Following the meeting mother in caring for the meeting with Mrs. John Bird In the Woman's Clubhouse. a Christian movie sponsored weekend ,lUi> the Millers. were forced to relinquish the and defensive play of Sandy
guests. presiding./ The treasurers report by Dr. Billy Graham. For Peggy Coburn and Orayson and Mike 'Murrhee,
Mrs. Peeler MOVed refresh The Suzy boll on downs on Hastings'
young couple will ,
Thursday Oct. B at reside
evening ments. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hgen by Mrs. Henry Mickle ..t. 1MhI..... ......" ,.. ._. those who mliuwH- i*_ v i _Raln_n___ or__ nAln"R.vtl1"__u__._._, _A""nO..--... _M!_ vorH-_- .tI......_.. Tha_.._, B.......lM >...- the defensive play of Mike
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CIVIL DEFENSE REPORT and Mr. and Mrs Willie C. was very encouraging; and All Commission I ; 'Cluxirmen really missed a blesslai.: I em Sunday with them and they off 3 fast first downs before Heskett ,.anrt.: Malcolm Johnston

The following' rescue operation Mick Jr.. of Jacksonville Mrs. R. I* Gaunt. Kitchen of the Methodist Church are sure if everyone went to see all enjoyed plcnlcln the Indian defense could and 'the punting of Jeff

were assisted in during' vacationed on Key Colony Committee chairman, is hap urged to be present at the this movie took heed, this Mr. and Mrs T. L. Nor get organized on their own Batts. Batts' kicking has

KEYSTONE September by the Clay County Beach, Marathon. where they py as she made plans to purchase Official Board Meeting. Wednesday would be a much better world wood are 'happy that their 13. The defense pushed the been one of the brighter

Civil Defense unit: Sept. enjoyed a week of deep-sea new dishes to supple at 8:00: p. m. to pre to live in My grandmother sou Larry Is bock from Viet Spudsters offense back to the spots this season.

4. reported drowning on Lake fl8ho1n Their final destination ment the diminished supply. pare for the First Quarterly Mrs. Atha Copeland and two Nfcurt. lie wt'.l be In Washington 20 where a fourth down pass Next week Keystone hosts

Geneva false alarm 1; Sept. was Miami Beach Mrs. Oiunt and her assistants Conference of Otis sisters Odessa McConaghy for a week, and then was broken up by M. Johns Trenton in a conference

HEIGHTS- 5. automobile accident on where they attended the annual Mrs. E. A. Dempsey, Miss Peggy Bothhammer and Joyce Hagan home for \ month, ton. The Indians picked up a game that should be an easy

Highway 315 south! : Sept. 9, convention of th Florida Mrs. Herman Schroeder, and. and Bruce Sldner of Ft. went along with us. Mr. and Mrs, Grady Deen first down on penalties moving win for the Indians ard enable

report on missing girl at Association of Realtors.Mr. Mrs. Roy Tul'knettre busy Worth. Texas were married iMy parents James and brought Mrs. David Rape them up to the :33 but them to gain a break;

Spring Lake found]; Sept. and Mrs. Everett Fox, making fruit cakes for the In Ft. Worth Saturday Sept. Cricket Chitty were 111 Homervllle home from a trip to Georgia the offensive line opened up even point in this season's
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan, Fall Bazaar. interest Oa., over the week last play
9. automobile accident on Anyone 30th. Mrs. Sldner is the Thursday and stayed to allowing Murrhee and Hlnckto
MELROSE Highway 26; Sept 10, oxygen Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gardner, ed in a cak.e should place an daughter of Mr. and Mrs. end visiting my aunt and un fish but the weather was too be hit in the backfield for K nFlrst

call at Melrose; Sept. to. automobile and Mr. and Mrs Frank II- order with one of the circle Olynii Rothhtunmer of Ft.Worth. I I cle. :Mr. and Mrs. W. B.' rough. Opal King and her two losnes of four yards:! each. downs '1 13Yds

accident on Highway gen were dinner guests of chairmen, or with Mrs. William The Rothhammers Deese. One of the purposes of mother, Mrs. Turnate were Another penalty culminated Rushing 6 t5.f

26; Sept. 10 oxygen: call Mr. and Mrs. Durrell Vincent Warren tILt the church are former Melrose residents.: the trip was to 4 check on\\the Saturday. night visitors of the this comedy of errors and the Yd.". Pasalnll 18 0

. BUSINESS, at Keystone Club Estates: oi 'Doctor's Inlet, last Friday office. The IVi pound cake Duplicate Bridge hunting and fisbtnc., ( \ :Rapes.Our' Indians were again forced to .f Passes 6-2 10Pu..uat.

sept 11, administered aid evening. ..- .. -_ is 'f2. and the two pound 1.-. Winners last week -.t the I'm afraid this cool, snap dog Honey, was hit by .kick from.their.owVrikriW*1' by a 1Yds.

DIRECTORY for lady at Lake Geneva; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Carlton cake is $350.RUMMAGE Duplicate Bridge Club were has slowed the fishing. down a tar or a motor-scooter last The kick was to the f3 Penalized '75 5J(

Sept. 13. administered first and five daughters of Haw SALE I 11] 1st place Miss Iva Hillyer considerably. However! 1C. it week and had to bo taken to yard line but seconds later Punta f-34.5 3-3J(
thorne Sunday dinner The mark carries stays cool for awhile, the the doctor, He
aid for man who had received were question and Mrs. A. Larsen; tied for had to re-open ''the gun ended the first half.Hlnck .
cut on arm; Sept. 15, auto- guests of Mr. and Mrs Ever with It an IF. but every. 2nd Mrs. Paley Boyd and specs should start biting1. the wound and clean it out,

BEAUTY SHOP 1 mobile accident on Highway ett< Fox and family.Mrs. Church Woman and others Mrs. John Strawn. and Mrs. We have ,been very: ,lazy and sew It up. Honey is doIng : took the kttkoff AJJnstable Vinyl Book

21; Sept. 16. assisted with George Schaeflar and in uhe community Interested Roland Bryan and Mrs. J. P. about visiting our new neigh fine now and will have starting the second half on Cover All sizes 30 cents east

measles Innoculatlon at Key daughter Martha Jane, were in rummage sales hope that VOIle 4th bors. Homer anldi Frances the stitches removed this the IS yard line and ran It The Telegraph.SCHEDULE.
KEYSTONEBEAUTY ; place Mrj. Ray back
stone School: Sept. 23, possible visiting Mr. and Mrs Henry the doubt will be erased and Hurst and her father George this week. to the 33. The rushing
Becker and
Mrs. W. J. Orollck.
SHOP drowning In Black K. Magann and son tiean, of changed to "WILL HOUJ" a Alderman, -moved--- -- -Into-- -- the-- _1W_|._ Anti____ Mrd 0'__'_ __Tamn_. n_._. _'R.nh.__ of Orayson 'picked up onefirst 0
Jacksonville last weekend. 20 Martin place a couple of bins 15 foot down. Murrhees 12 yard
Creek area [Green Cove < rummage sale on Oct. 19. School New* bought a new
Edith JoJuuo. OWMT Springs Rescue Unit On Sunday the families enjoyed 21. The question mark is used The junior class wound months ago, and we had Jupiter fiber-gloss boat, and run accounted!
Remember your Civil Defense the annual Shrine Circus because as of this writing, their up never met them until last enjoyed trying It out over the but the offense bogged down OF SERVICES

,crtlntHaIr Rescue Unit phone and also their visit with the store, next to LeRue Insurance drhe this magazine week subscription Wednesday. My brother, weekend.Mr. and had to punt from the

Btyttof numbers: Sheriffs Office former Keys tenets, Bill andMary Office, is supposed They are Wayne found their dog bleeding and Mrs. Harris Van- Indian 47. Batts' punt was to
now making plans for a Halloween the PARK
bidtrldoal Slprelle. to !be vacated ,the 13th. ifrom where someone had zant of Waycross Oa were S and it was run back to
Bwuityy "... at Green Cove Springs. 2843379 on Dance to be held in ,
:Form of Beauty Culture ; Orange Park Police Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson Mrs. Albert Nelson I is kindly the high-school) In Octo shot hint through the nose. vlsltlnu Mm. Jo Strandbel"lJSaturdaY. the 11. Hastings was able to of the -
gym
Open ToM.-8at. *-.; Department.' 264-9612; and of Gill. Mass were recent offering the use of the build- He took the dog home and Saturday afternoon gain only 4 yards and kicked

Monday Civil Defense Director at guests of Mr. Peterson's Ing for the sale, which will ber.The called Mrs. Hurst so vhecould Charles, Louise and to the 49. Homer took the PALMS
annual staff has beenbu.y take It ,to the doctor., The punt and carried it back to
Keystone Heights. 473-4831. brother-in-law and sister, be under the direction of Mrs. Paulette Strandborg came
or ,473-4260. These units are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottlnger, William Warren's Nighten gclllnff adt for tlw Mus. dog seems to be doing okay, over from Jacksonville and the 40. Another penalty stopped SUNDAYS
BOATS MOTORSBILL'S tang. They will soon be taking
available In time of emergency of Lake Geneva. gale Circle. Everyone ::11 urged ort'ers: from the students but it's a shame that we have stayed until Sunday evening.Olenda the Keystone offside and 11:00: A.1\(. 7:30: P.1\1.\
articles in reudlness people around that shootpeople's and Chris Hall of the Spudsters took the punt
to
as requested by law Mr. and Mrs. Kyle get
MARINE for the annual. THURSDAYS
for in-firathering on Wednesday pets. Savannah, Oa., were visiting on the 12 and put In play on
PAIJRS enforcement gencles fire try have been School pictures were taken the 7:30 P.HL\
IS.
8KBVICR :
department or local govern Mrs. McMurtry's Oct. 18. last week. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter their grandparents, Mr. and
McMur//
The Fun Fleet's1 In" ment authorities. Elizabeth Core of Mrs. Warren has requested Tho Melrose Mustangs won were In Alder on, W.r Mrs. O. W. Ellis over the A penalty by Keystone FUNDAMENTALBIBLE

Korvlnt. A: Parta for WOMAN'S GOLFASSOCIATION burg N J., for the two assistant chairmen and their second game Friday Va. lost week ''Visiting rela weekend. gave up a first down: but the TEACHING

AU Outboard!* weeks. many volunteer salesladies tives. They had ice on the The bass are biting slow defensive line plowed through
ntaht by defeating the Taylor
Chrynler Lone Star Boat On Tuesday Sept 24. 67 from each circle. Plans will ground one morning while according to Betty Griffin,I forcing another fourth down All Services Held In The
Wildcats of Pleraon 20-
Miss Carol Gardner ,
ladles participated. In the completed at the circles they were there so 1 guess but; the ones that. are biting punt from the 16. The Indians New Dible Center
Chrysler Motor daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 12. 1Tiiu makes two wins ,
meeting on October 16. our cool snap wasnt to bad. made another attempt
Corner Kte. :XI 'ft 24 Exchange Bank of Palatka'sAnnual Qulncy Gardner of Keystone against one loss. The team [Continued on uevf pace]
Golf Classic, which The 12th annual neetlng Mrs. Helen Walker of Jacksonville /
Heights was married to A2cTM11 | turned In an excellent per
Melrose 475-4851 was held at the Palatka Golf IT T_tn.."""' _.. "' 'IIA'.. of the Florida Fellowship of I, fOl'mance.I spent the weekend _.

I and Country Club. I and Mrs.:-Bill W.: Lmeback- 'ofKlngsport Community Criuichei: will be I Tills was the last home with the Carpenters. Sunday, MURRHEE -'--'

CUSANER3 Local winners at this tournament Term., on Sept. held at Jensen Beach, Oct. game for five weeks. Friday Greg Sissy and Mark Reddish II

included: Voncile 20, at the Richard Oobour A. 22, 23, 24. Anyone Interested I night they will go to Bronson stayed with the Carpenters Insurance Agency It always ,.
while their attended
Keystone Ketch, tow net In the championship F. Base. Missouri. Mr. and may contact Mrs. William. to face one of the toughest a dedication parents at the Richard Murrhee, Agt.
flight Mae Mrs.: Uneback will. make Walz or Mrs. DavU: Nelson! foes In the Conference. We
Cleaners Inc.a. ; Hf'nderj General! Insurance
Florid Sheriff 's Boys Ranch
son consolation. prize in their their home In Kansas for further details. hope Greg Huff, who was In Live Oak. Fire Casualty Marine th&right timer
K. tMvi third flight: Eva Hall. low City. Kan.RECEPTION. The Board of Stewards; will hurt in the first half Friday Auto -.- Bonds

JDvery Dry CJe&D1D& Service net fcr the third fllgnt; and FOR VICAlt meet at 7:30: p. in. Friday night, will be able to be in Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Oro K :ytone' Height 47S-47M

Laundry FtnliU or Fluff': Fran Livingston runnerupIn Members of St. Anne's Oct. 13.Watch. the lineup.Committee. lick spent three days In I
3
Day Berrlce flight 6. this column for announcement Chairmen
Episcopal Church will host a .

Kenton Pick* Up W.lghim and Dellrery ilt..... On Thursday. Sept. 28. the reception in honor oi Rev. of circle meetIngs Selected By PTA '- ..;:I __ .
Oct. 16. New committee chairmen Under
annual Grandmother's Tour and Mrs. William. I. Jones on on Original Management -
for the coming year were selectcd i I --- '
CONCRETE nament held at ths Key- Sunday. Oct. 8. at the Masonic
was -
w.......""........"... In the first meeting
atone Golf Club, with trophic Temple. The public is A
Hawthorne Concrete Redfearn. invited to call between the of the Melrose PTA Monday i
""* presented by Kathy ; ff :
Eva Hall won the0nu1dm0t.her' hours of 3 to 5:30: p. m. MELROSEBy nlitht. They Include: Ways BEIDLER'SHOLIDAY ... .
& Supply Inc.AEDI and Means, Rev Win. Pop1pell I .1{
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with
Trophy Steve Shackleford. son of ,..,.::t. .'
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: Health and Safety, Rev. "
Jan Baits receiving the trophy Mr. and Mrs. Don Shackle- Jayee Howe : '
Al Steuart; Spiritual Education
MIXCONCRETE for first Vesta
runner-up. ford of Lake Keystone"' returned
!: : Alken won the Granddaughter's to the University of AAAAAAAMr ". J Rev. James Neale; ,

Dw 20 W. Hawthorn Room Representatives, Mrs.
Trophy.In
Florida last week after completing
and Mrs. W. J. Orolick James Neale; Program, Mrs.I
481.29.12. 20S1
the regular 9-hole tournament his summer employment
spent. a few days in Jicksonvllle Virginia Christie: Membership To Bank
held on the above at Johns-Manvllle. in By Mail
NURSERY last week visiting her Mrs. Jackie Moltcdo.; I,
date LIbby Nlckell received Green Cove. This year, Steve I
sister and brother-in-law, Hospitality, Mrs. Pat Hagfdund -
first place honors. will be vice-president of
O.C. Came Nursery Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kldd. and) Mrs. Pat Dough I RESTAURANTFOR
On Thursday. Oct. 3. the Kappa-Sigma! l"ra" ernlt!. There's no need to watch the
Rlwmy toe, FlermtMowS Mrs. Paley Boyd is in Columbia. erty: Advertising, Eugene

:BUM m .* atwteKnrwtry ladles of,the Keystone Woman's S C. visiting !her Brantley;. Publicity, Mrs.I clock if you bank by mail. Your

Sto k Thouaaskli Golf Association held NEWS NOTES friend Mrs. Harriet Hanlln. Virginia Ross; Budget Com,

of FlanU nruU 'I'N.to their regular monthly business While she Is away, Miss Ann mittee. Mrs. Polly Price: and: nearest mailbox is your "teller'swindow"

-tioos* from. Klo* Shade Tnu, meeting and luncheon. By n Iea fgum: Slkes of Orandln Is visiting Room Count, Mrfs. Ayleen and it's
This Delicious Wholesome always
m..rgrHrW .. Lan__,. was also the first day her granddaughter Mrs. Smith. I ,
that the ladles competed in Troy MoOuire. other open I Use this handy banking'
Plants. AH ta contain CL11B'Or'@ettn. In business, !it was
the 3-week FELLOWSHIP
Annual Team

.Plant.,aut&&anytijn. *. Canmniaa A PI.___"_ Tmft'na.m@nt______nn._ ________...._ _n_._.._. ____tom.__ __.._.._. ,M__ Vlrgle_ Rowe m 'roianassee.Mrs. spent 1&8'1.LuW'ltQay :/ Carnival agreed to this have yearon a Halloween Nov. f.1! HOME COOKED FOOD service when a trip to our bank'isn"

Let o. de year l.ni ei..t.i ACADEMIC STUDENT RECEIVES new members of the club as Effle Baas is now at A program. :for safety of t convenient. Let us tell you

P1w_ U40-SUI5 HONORS they met for the first Game- home feeling much better.A. dren at the .. chJ1.// Eat At how!

I Glen Few oldest son of Mr. Fun Day of the fall] season. I* "DlckV Hllliard has the school was also .' ? :i!
USED and Mrs.: Mrs. Ethel Weyman intro
CARS William Few oiLakevlew been operated on at Indian I
The budget for next
Drive, was recentlynot1.fJed duced Mr. and Mrs. Bernard year BEIDLER'SHoliday
River
COME
Memorial IN GET
HospitaL was also adopted. It was decided ACQUAINTED _
that Slocomb, Mrs. C. C. Titus ,
he semifinalist
Hank Used Cars was a Vero Beach. He is doing well ,
the for
project tMs
In the National' Merit and Mrs. Betsy Ray Bowen.
at last I
BIG CASH DISCOUNT report. year would be to buy some/ Restaurant KEYSTONE STATE BANK
TERMS Scholarship Test which is The cookout is scheduled :Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Fred- new tables for the cafeteria.
administered; each year to for ,today [Thursday: at Larson riskkon. Gainesville |
BUY are
SELL. 1 Box-MJTwy. TRADER college-bound hign, school Grove on Lake Geneva. ents of a baby boy born par last Room count was won by 2 Mocks North of Stop Light Member F.DJ.C Keystone Heights, Fla.THE .

104) 8 MrI_''' : .. .. 1 seniors. This date is one week in advance Thursday in Alachua General Mrs. Thelma A.lJen'11th/ r 21
on Hwy.
I Keystone Heights "Your Friendly' Bank In
grade Miss Frances YearCaDunualty.w Frle
and Mary
.1.1I In order to qualify. >a student of the regular meeting. Hospital. The baby has been I dJf.;: :

must have an extremely so it will be three weeks ,beI I named Kenneth Allen and Jock-ion's 7th grade. Next- COL. JOHN E. BEIDLER .
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INDIAN BEACH .I about. C't.Wpl'$ ,)". h e3etfpn. etgJlta I CALVARY BATTrST'
And you could die ten tlmws.Befoie I Pk.

(frem Preceding Fate] I old Lawrence tiredout. I Sunday School 10 a. m

-,Bteptfa I Morning Worship, 11 a. m I
are large In .*lze. Capt. Mc- I But Lawrence had this pro Worahlp eervtoee : Sunday; I Training Union, 6:30: p. mi

Inturf of Jacksonville, caughta blem. 11 a. m.. 7:30: p. m. [xumeri Evening Service, 7:30: : Prayer
> 'TpcnmdrAtan Ortfftn Jiwfr between you and me. open]J. 'Meeting Wednesday 7:30: |

guided Veal HerrtnK; whQ (bad Because: poor Lawrence was Sunday School, 8:40: a. m p. m.-Rev. H. H. Butler |
ilia. line broken four tlmea. cross-eyed. nuraetp open], Tralnln tkb pastor. I

and Alr caught 7V4poiinder -I "Twas doublet he happened to toe; 1:39: p. m. nuraery oils]]
Roy Griffin guided see. Rev. Lawrence Carroll AIRPARK BAPTIST IIr
Mr. St. John who caught One day he saw two heifers, paator.
an l-POUnder..Mr. and! :Mrs Slowly trotting down thread Sunday School: lOa. m

M.Miv.Richardson moved Into Morning Worship 11 a ra. 1!' .- -. -- -
one of the Griffin's cabins They made his heart" start to Training! Union.. 7 p. na. Evo-

feu-.the hinter hop. SELECTIVESERVICE I fling Service, 8 p. m.-Rev. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST CtlURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Roumallett of Just like an ole frog Toad Leroy Olive, Pastor CHURCH CHURCH I
1Io 14n.,. toss, are visiting He followed them down the| CHURCH I CHt'KCIISunday Sunday School 10 a.
jpreachei" and Marion Win- path Questions Answers I FINE LEVEL BAPTIST Sunday School 10:00: a. m.. Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule of services: Sunday School. 10 a. m Morning. Worship 11 fc a

tars and they were., ail. enjaorln -> Till Bossy ran In to her staUI I Morning Worship 11:00: a. School 10 a.m. Worship, 11 School 9:45: a. m Morning 'Morning Woiship. 11 a. m Evening Worship Ito\ a. .

*' the take this wwkead..Betty. I I But Lawrence followed her Sunday School 10 a. m m... Training Union. 7:00: p ..m. and 7:30: Training Worship 10:45: a. m. and 7 p. m.-Rev. .Leland A. Prayer: Meeting WecSneql a

Buddy, Robert and double. Morning Woraliii 11 a. mPreServloes m.. Evening Worahlp 8:00: p Union 6:30: p.m. Training Union, 6:45: p m Baker pastor. 8 p. m. Sing each) Friday < j
Usa.Magigutm aod Red Lee of I In the cesspool he happenedto Question: Last June I received I Booster :ZMUM, m., Stolte pm.. Rev. Jack Evening Service. 745.:: Mid- Thursday Visitation, 10 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane at t

JadwoiwliJe' visited their fall my baccalaureate de Younr People, and Pryei Prayer meeting Wed. 7:30: pastor.CHURCH Week: Prayer Service Wednesday &. m and 7 p. m. tor.'w
parent FWd and Corlne\ i I If you're wondering what n_ I have been accepted Service, I p. no. Evenlntj 'p. m.Rev.. Virgil Lovett, 7:46: p. raSMYHVA
HiteDQMi( over the happened to Lawrence. for graduate study In history! ) Worship. 7 v. m. Midweek Pastior. OF GOD NEW RIVER BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE
wef'Jten.d.j 432 NSt. BAl'118'lSunday
and! helped Fled l I He Is around no more., next September. Will I quality Clalr St., Stark MISSIONARY'
\1\Irng\ ; All they found were his tall, !. for a lIeS deferment? ervioe. Wednesday, 7:30: p BAYtESS HIGHWAY Sunday School, lOa. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. a School

Sue., ajwt Don Rltcht and{I and his horns. 'I Answer: You may be placed m.-ROT. D. L. Ramwy. pas* BAPTIST cmmcH Worship Services 11., m 633 W. Pratt St. Sundaff Morning Worship 11 a. m. 1IorntnaWor.hlp, 10 11 a a
cons: were down ever the And they're hanging over In Class 1I-S for such liB. and 7:30:: > m. YPffl. Wednea- Training Union. 7pm. Evening 'a .ai
services:: Sunday School, 10a. Training Union. '
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weekend lahlo) and doing I Boasys stall door. I study but will be deferred for I Sunday School. 10 a. m.; dad< 7:30: p. m. Prayer MeetIng Worship 8pm. I : p g.
aoma.{ work. one academic year only, or BETIUEX BAPTIST CHUKCP Morning Worship Service. 11 Friday 7M:; p. m.-Rev., m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Wednesday night service. Evening Worship t0:! ;;

Dee and Bfttty!. Moii'la and until you cease to 8 a. m.. Training Unlgn 6:30 L. S. Williams, pastor Training Union 6:15: P m. 7:30 p. m. Everyone welcome.L. Prayer Meeting' .Wedn hr,
children: spent the. weekend' l ) lly pursue the course tlsta.col'-j Sunday School: 10 a. m p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: Evening Worship, 7 P m L. Parker pastor. 7:30.: ( Vernon N. W1l1iaauoo.
la dabs: visitingwith hgtrenlJ er s struction, whichever Morning Worship. 11 a. m p. m. KINGSLEY LAKE Everyone welcome .- Elder I pastor. .

Mr. and) Mr*. Reyrgon first Evening Worship. 7:3: P> IB Prayer Meeting, Wed., 7:30p. : BAPTIST CHURCH I T. C. Williams pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST
t S14ven. l I Question: I have completed Prayer Me.tiag. 7:30: 9, m m.. O. A. Meeting. Wed.., HErLBRONX BAPTIST
'Fred. and Vera, Swcvulneen I I St. William's three years of college! and Wednesday Rr. W. I 7:30 p. m.: Choir Rehearsal. Sunday School, 8:49: a. m FIRST FRESBTTEJUATr Sunday: Bible Study 19 Sunday School 9:45: .. a.
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attended. t.Q.> tonaocoaiUm at I ma.i, earned 75 per cent of the Nrymapa. pastor) Wed.. 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood Morning Worship 11 a. ID.I a. m.; Morning Worship and Mofnlng Wonm%>. 11 a
MM. 730: a. m. : Training Sunday School 9-46: a, at.MornJng a
the rJentsWp! )!: A4vent CtelsU&n i.Man and Novena 7 p. m. units required for my degree meeting last MondayIn Union, t ::15 P JrJ'1 a.
Church, of Arlington InJfw&sonvllla I I but my standing >la very low. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD each month. Rev David Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m., m., Evening' services 8::30. Training Union 7:00

on Svmdajr., sun- Community Church 19a Can I be deferred (for ry OF STAKKE Medelros, pastor. Midweek Prayer Service!|I Youth raiiowablp! S p. m. Wednesday Worship service !Evening; Service. 8:00: p JM.a
day ftfterrwonj, they vl&Ked j"',| senior year? Wednesday 7:30: D. m. Rev. Choir Practice Wednesday,
Leon F. Mllner minister, Mrs.George. |I 7 m. Minister Jack P. week
HOPB p. ; Prayer
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1 BAPTIST enuncH i Service.
"I West 7
LeA. LlaxU.iUKl\ ,. Tampiv, Lynn Canova organist Mrs. Answer: Yes You mny .be. Weldon St. and Rai- Troy Johnson Supply pastor.18 p.m, I! I :31
Sw.e( rln en, and ]red'a m o-1 William\ Warren Secretary,: classified In H-S student ford Road. Ula.bwa 100 at n-J Come let us worship together. -I 1 Rev. Robert D. Burch. 1 boil. p. m Wednesday.
iher. Mrs, Fred SwearipgSF e n, ferment for the fourth : de-I Sunday Services: 10:00: a.m. .
I Sunday School. 9:40: a. m., Sunday School 10 ,
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1 | of undergraduate study ] Sunday;! School: ; 11:00: a.m.
l\J.r&\: BambUl of Barnn ill's' MorningWorship, 11 a. m.,;J[' standing does not have .u relationship : Morning Worship; 6:30: pan Morning Worship-II a. m.Training !
Nursery at 11 a m. service
]ptab Cainp report that toe 0IllY..I'.nfI. to the deferment i I I I C. A. Services; 7:30: p.m. Union-7:00: p. mEvening i : ;

tlahltlg 1 J& Improving, Mr.Koddlclc 180 long as you wre a full-time1 Evangelistic Services. Worship 7:45: An Investment
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Your
of,aalpttsvllle got 2* -. ) ,1-.> | and satisfactory student. I Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. MidWeek 'p.m. Future

bream ort) file, Mr. James of Faith, Presbyterian CharA.v. Question: Who is classified Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Went :'ayer
Jacsonvple( got ft bass oiMr J. R. Neale. Jr.. min In Class T-Y? I Pastor: :n.
f1W.l. Ho4ge of St. Aug. uter.> bin W. A. Wallace organlat Answer: A registrant not Jr. Merle Packham.. pa steer.NOBTIISIDB ATiEmlJ e9 1m(8(

ustln. got 1*. gbcUcrackers ; Mr. Carl SwJober.untner qualified under current .u>

and. Mn\ and Mr. Motley ,. organtot.Sunday standards for service la the. BAPTIST iapl/4 1It14MMz
who Uve at the cam,. sot. 2(0( School, 9:4: a.m.KomiBC Armed loroes but might ben and joint exercises with other .
beam op worn>> I Worship U avm. time of war or national NATO country ships Located: on Ban*** rnth-
\r.{ and MT.S: Charlie MorrU Sunday (Nursery open Wbdrur. ,.emergency! declared by fcbeCongreM. way (SR 229at] Ralford Road!
of Texas are here tN ..) Khe Sanh. Vietnam --Marine SB 161. Service: Hund4
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their annual. vacation, and Lance Corporal Larry T. School 1, 10 a. ra. 9tmdaMjrniag >

spent the, weekend, witfi\ Pete] -St Episcopal AJUIB'S Rev. W. W. ....v.vv..vvv... Henry of Route 2, Starts, Worship 11 a, m
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Fla. Is
serving with D Company
ajiii Joyce Barton., Training Union F:30
: p. m.
Now: I will 1 close the I. :B. Vorstall, vicar. !I 26 Marine Regiment a Evening Service, 7:30.: Sill ?% ?Z' *? f'' -*' l lf ii w&gnm
N.. Report for another:\ week, Morning' Prayer and fi,r-1;i NEWS\ ABOUT unit of the Third Mal'lne.I)1-o. : Week Prayer Service Wednes x 'M? > r* r tx5

My uncle,. Alfred Huston. !LI men, 2nd' and. 4th Sundays ] vision at Khe Sanh. Vietnam. day. 7:30: -Rev, Glenn 1....

here and we are goingafter! tf3O ajn, (nursery open.) The Third Marine nivlsion "nn.. .........-....-.,
them again ao' until next Holy. Kuchartst and sermoD SERVICE MEN helps form the grourul ele- -- I rv' .
let and 3rd Sundays. 9.3O: : mentt of the Marine
week I will say goodbye aod a. Corps FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH From the time that Columbus discovered
now here's Leeon. m.. (nursery\ open). Church air-ground team and conducts -
LEBON'S CORRNER. i Behoof 9:30: &4. "Holy Eu.ch.arkt. : u..w A......................,A. .. large-scaJe search' and STAAHK America... men have ,

"Lawrence the CrowEjodBull" I 8 a.Jr1.; each Sunday. USS Franklin D Roosevelt destroy operations against Opportunities for service: of '' I
this
Evening: Prayer. 7:30: pm. I Seaman MIkel a. Dtnton.j the enemy In South Vietnam. Sunday Oct. 8 -- Sunday thought country a* something rol, G r a

There was a bull named I
: Sunday.Dally ; of Stwke Fla., I.a in the Hanau. O-rtmany Silas at 11, sermon "Labor I tq
He ,was boutt twice as big w '| Mediterranean( aboard the attack SUKKK.! 23, son of) Mr. and ers In The Vineyard." TrainInff Ponce: de Leon ought the Farr + j;
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officeso<
a. cow. and Evening Prayer 8:00 Morning: am. 'I carrier usa Franklin! Mrs. Norman Sugg1), 1215 Old t Union, 6:15.: Evening!' Wor tain of Youth, and men have long I ,
And If every tried. to rUt. D. Roosevelt. Lawtey Road, Starke. Fla, ship. 7:30.: sermon "U The
hUn and 6100 p.m. I Tills Is the 17th deployment ] -,I was promoted to Army specialist 'Trumpet Give Forth an Uncertain admired America' majestic e

You'de certainly, better know; I -Lnthsr.Lutheran. I to the four Sept 13 near Han- Sound." mountain and beautiful valleys. t
how. all. Germany, where he 'Ltserving Monday Oct. 9 New River I
for the caller
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Qbuccit,. of Keystone 'I Mcdlterl.aneat\r
Anyone' who crawled on Law\ last 22;; years. with the 881s Light Bapttst Assn., 95th Annual'' However the real beauty lies not .,
Heights: Vicar Richard I l
rence. Meyer. aginUter.Lgvh.weishipr.. The FDR" has spent more Equipment Maintenance\ : Session Baylesa Highway in &the land,but in the people lhpeople r
JUst had to be a fool. time "on station" hi the Company r Oiuich. RA meeting at the
"Cause tie was >u t as ornery Sunday 11 ,i Mediterranean than any Spec. Suggs a receiving church, S p.m. Youth Choir came...seeking a land

A. the-meaneat. kind of a, m. Holy Communion Sod I: other carrier In the Navy., clerk entered the Army in I Practice at church. 7 p.m. ,
He'd buck and soon l Sunday. of eaoh month. i iflen'keII.4eJd During this deployment; the February 1966 and received Evening; Session of New RiverA where they could! worship God in ,,1 ,' i

kick.to .wlt'j each Suadayatr ; carrierwill participate Invailous his basic training at Ft. Kenning sn, Bayless Highway 7'' freedom and under God level- : '
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b St. Anne's >isoopal Sixth; Fleet exercise He is a 1963 graduate of p.m.Ttie" Oct. 10 -- Lorena Ep- I oped a kind and loving spirit This _+F{

RJE High School at &Starke.lo ; person Ctrrtee hom nt M.... I II b what make America beautiful. F'
-- J IL. N, Pickering Ida.n ; w ,
I ; Darby "*
I Circle home of Mrs. L. 0. '
I Tk.. ('In.ulf Cunrt Of Powell Attend church regufarh/...tidp P
230.: New River Bap- J
"See. I just knew '. fora "oamtr b... 'lIe Florida Hit Dr.-I I tint Assn., let Baptist Church, I I keep America beautiful. d ae

N. U K.NICU1T, A w. Starke; Junior Choir Practice; Mi Ny
there IMnttuitf. v.. J. E. \VAI.L. Jr.
was a gimmick und HAZiOLi I WALL, 111* Sunbeams 3:30: pm. Primary
i> '''10. et .ul 1)ut.mlafe.: Choir Practice at 1* the church
it. NO'riCW OK" SALE 4 p.m.Wed.. _
in Notliw. l IC I..rollII'lyan that. ,
,, pur.ukiiii. tu .ajiu, ... .MtriwL ....- !.. Oct. 11 Prayer I ,
gurilnii with the KlnmlJudtfument Meeting', 7:80.: Church Choir : .:

In tbl.! !of CHUBB Korvilottur. on the "jiluroU H7.- i Practice. 8:15.Thins. : I .. ;"1. ,...... "
day of' ticptoiobvr: 19U7, the ., Oct. 12 Bible $ >f' .
uint.rnltfn a.m. til.
Visitation !
FIa91BI1Cl Court. wil( sell, the roaiowlne 7 p.m. <;o.'a,>;.lwJl.tasnotoc4. 'ca'",.. d fu : < .. .. ....:. ...< .. .. .
duMcrlbta raiU
: Yrvpurty..ituate / ,,
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l V o 1c Sflf In to-wlt itrafiford: county. Floelilit -.W. A. Hogan, pastor .< tleGeakGedtraMMee.nyIakea.5is.. .n.........."'" ....w \Nht

Tae: oUowlnv Sands. altuat ,I -...d IIa.SThe..lor-IiS.....Ie 5...ho.by.bib..Iii.. .......beI.W"othoat (
In tMlUiitn/ auodivlBlon, lying MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL :. .TM> Went of. a.HvatxMvrd:par .l plat Air" thereof UuavKailroad. .mmn mt. HM. **4ai% ......M.IaN. w r.curdud In Plat Uuolc a at Sunday School 0.45.:: Morning d Ire( MlMi fnt af rice v aa ilwiU... nfaMt .tae. Owtk lar IN lair ")/ .nw dive., jd : .

.. I of page Bradford jl of the County public. blonde.towll4 laaurdu. Worship at 11. Training If Same. eed. hiJoily.' P.ywrd. .... k.e.vw.wy "pw ....hI epA4wd" .p.. f;:! r I I.Iklpate I.
Union, 6.15.: Evening Worship, is h. UK Dunk kmn kMb. .DM. Mk ikovt. teat 'Uf, dealt nM.,nttoy. kaTTu. i.if'l'
r Block 12. except Lots 1, 2, 3. 730.: Wednesday. Prayer MeetIng (I. sea.hlad.e..ewWteeur..a.d9ddrw4. ... !. CIt.10'I I'
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4, 6 5. 9, 10, 11 a II 7:30: :; """
.1q, 1J<,) Block It, swept I,.otit I and p.m.Bob I -'A..w. __ I It
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7. I* Cooper, pastor t : H = .}! I..II..M; : : y ..' .' .
Block 9, except Lots 1 end9.. > __
All of. hooks t, *, 4, 1U, la, | FIRST METHODIST
I 14 (hjxc epc lutii. 4 end II of ""IdW"k
lt>. IS, 3.1. d4. 85, 2e, CHURCH
and 17.Wock. STAAKK Feature Published in the Interest
i 11 swept Ix>t. S and e."Wect of a Better Community by the Follow-
to uurocordwi. ......- L
J1s r meet to the State of Klorlda<< Sunday Church School ing Civic-Minded Business Firms -
for matins' ditch and except 9:45: a.m., Morning Worship,
IJ road. rlshtofwayTh : 11 -
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t .. Northerly half of 8IXTHK.NTH 6:30: p.m.: MYF meetings 7:
: ntBlir: : running Evening Worship 8. SINCLAIR Edwards Grocery & STARKE BUILDERS
IJ from Oak. Stret tJm-We. SERVICE .
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: lt. intumrotloa wlh he Woatrly Monday Circle 2. 3:30: !

J ; E"'I.board!rleht'ot-way Air Un "llatlroad line of on Baa-the p.m.,;7;Commission Official Board.on 8.Education \ U-HAUL RENTALS Mkt. SUPPLIES ''Inc.e .

t 'jo'lFTliUiNTH: STREET run- Tuesday Circle 4, and Truck Trailer Groceries-Meats\ -Fe d* Pmtnrtar Aee Batw.wGas

I nil.Wmt. from to Ita Oak lntrttectlon Street. oa. with th" Circle] 5, 10 a.m.; Wesleyan Complete Lubrication & Oil Complete Pane, Saw***

I When,electricity does the job the I latest Is built right In.Whatever you cell them: the. Waatailr rlvht-of-way. Service Guild! 7:30 p.m. Minor Tun Ph. and SporttBg Goerfe
f gimmick advances. improvements achievements. Seaboard the KiiNt .Air Line Itullroad on Wednesday Circle 1. and -ujM 964-5312 Starke. Fla. .eliElca WITS w r n"

t'OfUrElKNTH, ; HTREETrun- Circle 3, 10 a.m.; Bible Study 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899

That's the way it is In this: industry dedicated to reducing the chores of life. .nlng n..._v__. from.W_ .,,.__Oak..._._.Street.u...._._.__.e'"o"_._._oa_ WUA the, and., Prayer Meeting, 7:30: pan. :ng'ad1I1IC__ 8.. 1dU1"DOYLE'
Particularly so w.th modern FLAMELESS ELECTRIC RANGES..Iftlmtr'a tlM Waifttarly rliclit- f-way of Thursday -- Chancel Choir Ai'l

&' \ cooking Absolute cleanliness. Freedom from worrisome flames. the Seaboard Bunt: Air Line Knllro d on Rehearsal 7:30: pjn. CONNER { '8' La Mea '. Market
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Friday Junior Choir, 3
And the comfort of a cooler kitchen. All altuat In the City of Insurance Agency
Stnrka blonde. ; p.m. AND COLD STORAGE
There are too many worthwhile things that can be done. Toirnthc WIth the tpnnnvn. OF STARKE INC.
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.. haredlUimantM and appurlenanceM S-A-V-E We Specialize hi Cmrtot. sdi''.&5 w
(tni fwtctka done) with the time previously spent in supervising pots anywlaa. thereto appertalnlnv belonging. ; or In MVDISON CHURCHOpportunities.for STREETBAPTIST ; With Tour Mutual Agent UJS. 3Jl) .NORTH I C. Cuttlnc Wra ptarFer -.

t scrubbing( stoves and general discomfort; F ega .d Dtl.* n..s
at
public auction to the htirh- .. Ph. S 964-7600>>
r I 1 eat and beet bidder< for 'raali at service: 222 N. Temple Ph. $64-7369' Starke. Fla.;
f. I The worldU: not standing still. and electricity is setting the.helplul the JaaU I>nu. of the HrMdrord : PucNU 864-7469
I > pa sfartif a right>t where it counts, in your own home. Complete vyitlt. County CourthousA. ,, at Nt..rke. Sunday Oct.. 9 Sunday -
I Florl'la' toning the ravnlar' School 9:45: a. m. Morning ,
beautiful colorful functional designs.A hour. of pale Starke 66" Service Bradford County
on the Oth day of Worship 11 a. m., Youth De\VlTr C. JONES
]Uvtnbar 1&'7 at 1110 o'clock
NEW ELECTRIC RANGE In the forenoon.Wltn 'Choir Practice. 4:30.: Youth BILL EDWARDS
tinc3
is not som you! get. : .. FUNERAL HOMES
in my bend and the Choir Supper,,5:49:'' Training TELEGRAPHTYPEWRITERS
very months. So choose carefully and choose for the years ahead. "'01| of .wild Court ut, !'Sturka Union
6:15.: WMU Prayer Brake SeMceWheel, Stark Ph. 9O-620,
Bradford I
Your electric appliance|' dealer can be a great a'd St'.p' in Talk it over. 27th day f'otinty of September, F"lorld} .1947.. this Circle 7:15.: Evening Worship Balance .

--- Now; may be the time! to move up. (SB At.) 7:30.: and Alignment Keystone He"hta-
I Iit Charlaa A.
(hence A Ixtrby clerk Derby l of tha Tues. Oct. 10 Circle :2 612 N. Twnpte. -Ph. 964-7231 Ph.'. 473-317S
Olroult "Court. of Bradford. And 3 meet at church; Cot New & Used -=
I County Florid} < I
.. By: Jtoulah) M. Moody, tage Prayer' Meeting. White!
; ..v: THERE'S flIO MATCH-FOii- 1wputY.. .. Clerk House at Church '7'30 p. m. Charley l E. Johns FOR SALE OR RENT

; f J''d! FUMEUSS ELECTRIC -It t/}" Wed., Oct. 1 I grayer and< Hurst Shell S41 rrfc; .

v '. .lfii:....; 7 ...it's cheaper, tool TIll; RIGHT(: POINT for theway Praise Service.: .7:30: p. m. Agency

you write. Come. In Church Choir PraC'tice.1:30.; 1SI .. Walnut* Ph. MIWTONebedy ELECTRIC '
and select Thurs., Oct. 12- Sunbeam: 6ENJIKAL'lNSntANOII> CARL I, HURST
rt.It1a I Peas. I 41Iae I 10./Set your favorite. ES- ADDING
MACHINES
Nree/N. Ie1La1.'110141''., TEIIBROOK foonUla and OA.'s meet at the church,

pee.a 3:30. V ltatlon".1::30. ] Cheitey Bat; le.rTebody.......:.A t1DcIftaeIe every Phone 96 &-6305 Hwy. 301 A 100 n.' '.4-llll

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cheeeleading\ practice on O',1d1 FII VtPn'Attt' y Fn71BR00KER : Mrs Dewey Stokes and fam their bus to go/ to Alexander' DEDAN BAPTIST [Broakel|I tWo Lero5':!( Olive, Pastor

I HIGH SCHOOL HEADLINESElections days.: MHO Incliuicd in the< I flyin Jacksonville Sunday Ranchouse for their traditional -,. Sunday service. : Sunday"?. .
plans to. !UK cftiaunios r"oU1. I I Mr and Mis H. L,, Ed- post-game meal. School 9:45 a. m. Morning i THE RIGHT FUCNT. tar the
The armory Is slatPrt for wards: : of Oainewvllle, were! But other BUS and St : Worship. 11 a m. Training the way you write Come In .
the. w.e-of young adults, Inn i villl.t.hllJ Mr and Mis, C L Augustine students mixed Union 6:30: p m. Evening I IService. and i select your favorite ES-
fn 'h Sohool i I Richard Williams and Ther- the'' By Joyce 9lekeeAAhAAAAAUAAAA..AAAAA I Atkinson Sunday evetxlnc freely and had a good time I
Held the 7th grade up, with; 7:30.: Wednesday< 'rsR lBoox fountain pen.
Winning the races for 10th on Yawn.Spirit, I oiUln bite on Pratt Sties, Ernest Crawford OIf New after the Tornados 19Cgridiron
I 7-30 TEI.KGRAPH.
Prayer Meeting : p m
grade
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Representatives
'wel'el reserved for the vou-igc Jersey attended services at victory, according tc .
At BHS Jlinmy Crosby.! Lam Kelly LeadersBy ol dreu. RING, Ql'KEV CONTEST! the Church of Christ Sunday Steve Wade a reporter in the
i and Jimmy Temple j I Well we're off again to elect I BHS Journalism dua.I' .
I An 01'Kanl atlonal :.nwtln' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ,
Kay Colson and Mary J Four Representatives from,I Kay Smith And lft.t Mo was held Monday nlifiit' fot Brooker Junior High School'a'King. Miti. lye Douglas. Mrs Eva
ny Thomas i both the Junior and Senior boys interested In tho Sehlo ''''I' Queen Prince, Prices HarreU. Mr. and Mrs. Zedra,Dove SeasonTo
I one classes were also I elected. Eight Jumping, ve2Unv 1 Buy touch football piograjrThis. of 1.007. Students will elect faj I Hiunilton: and Winnie and STAIIKE PHONE 964.6200
Victory. was assured' for Prom the 11th grade. were: cheerleaders lead he 1'anll activity was. rerolveiwHh popular vote a candidate foi I Oene Andrews attended the
Dale Stokes &th grade repre- Reggie Flynn, Bruce Haddock -'i each Friday In a pep rally to enthusiasm last yea King and Queen (grades 5-8), Revival .at Sui-dla Baptist Open Sat. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176 .:
I ,entatlve; Rhymer Howell,, Reggie Norman and! show this year's fighting l and is being looked fonr< i from each grade, and a candt Church In Worthington.
: ,secretary and David McRae,,'I Buddy Trawlck. 1 Tornadoes that were behind to by many of those Whoj date for Prince and Princes Tuesday: night I Thouadands of Florida Rental Services .
\\ treasurer. as they ran unopposed Senior class Representatives -I I them 100 per cent. played. (grades 1.4)) from each grad< Mrs Geneva Ware of St. hunters will be at. their favorite "'
in Sept. 23 Student;\ elected were David'I Varsity cheerleatVsr< captain The dance program began I i I'nln week. The names! of th< Petersburg in spending a few fields for the opening of HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
Body elections at Bradford l Penoy. Danny Waller.GLASS .';.I Is Kay Colson. She Is I II Friday nUht. Sept. 32. with :; candKteteo will be put on a weeks here with relatives and il the first phase dove ,hunting
I backed up by Ginger B aW- I a, dance featuring; Galne.'I bulletin) board at the School i friends Including Mrs. Eva I season on October 7. CRUTCHES ,
win Patsy Hitchcock. Beverly -I i vllle's "The Beloved." In ,the,; and each Monday the votes Hai-rell Mr. and Mrs. M. O. The season will open statewide
That's Our BusinessCALL McRae, SaUy Moore, Evelyn armory. All dances ate ni3oct4 i,will I] be collected from the candidates Harrell], arm Mr and Mrs I except for ,Alligator -
Sinclair, Cindy Sink and I II \ so as not to coiUlut wit! : by either Mr or Mia. Guy HarreU. Point Franklin County and
I Elizabeth Thornton. '''I' away games of BiadfoviIIl i\i Leroy Stoker. Mrs Bobby I Baud. Crews Eva HaiTell, I will continue through November -!
WRITE or VISIT Junior Varsity captain) la I IIl }x School. On such occasIons '' Joneit or Betty 'Rabon. The end Mrs. Oeneva. Ware spent 5. This pleasure trip will do you good!
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Nancy Struth. She Is aided I the! dances 'will be 01:: votes are same as art year.i Tuesday vltlsing Mr. and I, Daily shooting hours an
by Cheryl Godwin, June Har- ,' Saturday: Instead of P'1'1day;; ,, Ic per vote. This year we wJl1I :Mrs.) J. C. Harreli in Gainesville from 12 noon until sunset!
'Ve Design:; Modern Store Fronts I dy. Debra Pievatt. Ann T rwillffer I nteht. I double the number of civndi'datea and Mr. and Mrs, Wallle I Previous announcements have

r I and Denise< Winkler"It Mr. Balburn altio 9sne; Just :Mall Us A Pattern For I Is a privilege to be 801 suggestions on renaininK) t.l1ei twice as exciting So be Suit< Shirley Green and Ramona. 29. when time will be sot

Table TopsSHEA'S cheerleader! It Is a lot ol I old!!. armory to, sojie.thlni: \ / 1 to have your votea when Ulel HariU.. have just I'eturnttdfrom I back one hour, legal shooting
hard work but If you maul' more Appropriate.. Any: Vena students come calltngThe new I a very nice trip. They : hours would begin at 1:00: p.
I It. ita W01.tJt.he. effort. If you 'j''j'i 'I':onable name will bo apprec "loyalty" wW be crowned al I visited' Mr. and Mrs. Tom i I m. The return to 12:00: noon
GLASS CO. i| are chosen you will have memories dated. 'the Halloween Carnival oc ) Brit.tolin Ft. Walton Beach as ,the time for shooting to
a which will last for a' I Oct. 28, at the Brooker ,Jr I then went to begin came about as a resultof .r
I
,, "if,, It's Glass We Have It" long time:' Varsity fapjaUl\ New High' Schnot. Won't you help where Ramona penllaCOia.j a re-evaluation by federal, A RESORT-
1313, N.TjV- -It* PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FU2-43S Kay CoLsan says. Personality ue.to make this. year the beat ,days with Barbara Baggett. authorities of an earlier legal tV. .$\&, .
Kadi year around :nay the, yet? Shirley and Charles Kelly, interpretation of existing law. .
1 girls have try-outs. :Every: 1 By Su* n rang D.STIt FOR \LI-OWKKX USN, went to New Orleans to Daily' bag limit is 13 per FAIL IS BEST OP All IN THE SMOKIESt! Enjoy the peac '

I 1.STALLIIIG'S ._ t girl muse gat- up* in. hone of CARNIVAL (.'QA..VO'ED. visit -with Shirley's uncle\ Bill day and. hunters are rcxjuiiod and quiet of the mountains-a riot ot colon in autumn ..
1 the student botrg andcto* It's good to beat mrs W. H. Hayes" president ol Hnton| ; and famiy. to have. their guns plugged crisp, cool days.refreshing, restfulnights. .wonderful
,I three cheers and tlhree Jump. nays new. band director VerfflIJovett. the Brooker PTA has announced Mrs. Mildred Harrell and 'I'to a, ,three shell capacity including food. Come back feeling fresh asa. breeze. If you like)
Then :& .U us > to tee,.t.\ltlC1w\ J c1\aJ1/le/ of date tot house gl1l!& Mrs. Geneva the chamber, activity !there's square dancing, horseback riding craft '.
to choose the girls they want Coming inert ,to teach English the annual Halloween Carnival; j Wue of St. Petersburg spent The second phil)! dovehunting making, wilderness pack trips, bear and boar hunts, boat
CORNER for cheerleader and be pastor of UxBeatdraln Originally, the PTA voted, to I a couple) of ]Even though moro than Baptist Church, have this event on October1 21. .\ In St. AuiruBtlne. vetnber 18, through December lower after September 15-less crowded.: For reservation' "
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(half of the cheerleaders are Mr. Lovett was a bit fcurwrlse but the Bantam Football Tftam Mrs Mary Simmons of 3. The third phase season phong 493-2211.
OASIS LOUNGEYour new this, year, they look and J, that* he turned out to ,.Hbtie from 'B1'OOkel"\IaII' :\ &.' ame that Oalnesviile. spent Sunday opens, December. 16 and con- Send forFREE 'I
act like real "pros" with thfl, 'achool band director. the Carnival date here with her mother, Mrs.\ tinues through January 8.
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help of their &poMOrCar, Before coming to Bradford Enujia Mott. COLOR FOLDER: Dept DB, Fonfona Village, N.G. :
CLOSEST Spot For has been changed to Saturday ..
olyn Houser and :Adrian Rob Oountyr he taught Erwlish; Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Ham-
Oct. 28.Tile Soil Conservation
WINES BEER erts. and journatlun, at Central Mr.
LIQUOR Executive. Board of the lltou. Mrs. Eva Harrell
Hlifli School In IfeomasvUle,, I and Mrs Lester Lamthanand SupervisorsTo Ii ,.
Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. Oa. for, three years. This Ja PTA, met at the home of Mre. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Henry -
Placement Test ',hi* first job M a high scboo) Ernest\: :Edwards last week: and 'Attended- Frivol Bureau Be Elected : GET CASHIMMEDIATELY

Friday,and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 AJ4 band, director. appointed committees for the Supper, in Starke Saturday',
By: Marie BlaakeiuhJpSertars The bam! this year la planning coming year and for the Hal night Everyone reported a Voters will go to the polls]j :
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHSOR to do simple! drills and loween Carnival! The following grand- times an, Thursday.: Oct 12, to elect; :

socking college; entrance formations for footba.lt. games chairmen are announced; Wedding bU.*, are rlnglna iiupervlsors to serve on the i '..
QUARTS volt take the Senior .phi a combined band and Program, V. R. Kergtwon; !In good ole' Brooker. Regina, board of'the Bradford Soil and,
)
Pta. rauent Test Oct. 5 and, e chorus concert later in they RefreBhment. teachers;' 'Sup Water Conservation District. :, u
ri South of Starke U. S. 301Serving 'HarreU and Bobby PaI'l1mhave
MI. on ; in the Kiel.) School CaJteterta ar. per. Jane Ellen Hayes (lot ,, Ballot boxes will be open I,
a church: wedding plan- !W] $25 TO $600
under the direction, of Miss The band's future looks group), :Air*. H e nry gild) ned for November 25. from( 8 ..ro. until B p.m. at 1
I Delia 1t1 enberg. brlul1.t Mr. Lovett U plan* group); Casfliievs, Theo Dyal Mr a.ndA.. B. Adams Farmers Mutual Exchange i i ..,
They must scof, at least nlP4l', for a bigger and better 1 and Dolly Harr ll; Pies.' Hazel. enjoyed a weekend fishing in Starke; Water Grocery. LAW-i, "
I 300 polntu or mort, In order band, from 66 to 65 members -, Harrell), FruIt. Cake. :Mrs. C. the OI1lf'j, toy; and Hayes Orwery, DO YOU HAVE. .
to enter any major cu'lage\ in next year. He alto plansto I. Stalnaker; Dart Game Flo Brooker.In .
Florida Florida Students wUhi.-vyr to have more complex drills Qutckaall; Cake Walk. Bill the running for a seat on 1 I -Too many payments to make 1' .;
1 Since 1950 ,I enter junior colleges! do not and even a fJa.g corps. A band Bl ham;: Milk Betties Hen4r. BHS Student the Board of Supervisors are'' -
have to make any certain pitxtram for the elementary Harrell; Tractor aides, How Attend Augustine Joe CJUay Lesion .Morgan, Jr., -Too many bills to pay? :;
,a a'5n& 1 1 score. schools Is also being\ planned, ard Douglas; Cakes LucUe EdwuifU Willis Sherwood, and Mailui-
( ... The test Is mainly a. reading At present the band Is : ; Hot Dog Stand Bary" High School DanceAbout lee Starling. ,
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.. ., .,. 'I DO YOU NEED .
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,- test, so it is. impossibleto practicing several days out and StevIe Rakes, J T. and Present? members of the
.c study for it in advance of the week after school to h;the l,Baa. A. B. and Juaolta 30 :Bradford High board are Sam McOarvey, Lon- ."
learn new formations for future Adam, ; Ratite Grace.Blgham\ ; School students, and, 15 var nle Harley, Paul Emory, P.' S. EXTRA CASH NOW?
Mrs Carolyn Cordially New Plans ; football games. Mr. Lov- King, Queen, Prince and Princem I sity' football players were Smith, and L .atoa Morgan\ ..
ett feels that the band will Cot\ Joyce stoke) I IPaI"'e guests' ol the students of St.
Eaves Augustine High School last Jr.The LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR ,
Welcomes and Mania
soon be up to par. .vlth 11.111 Buddy \ Bradford Soil & Water w
Representative 'For Old Friday Sept. 29, at a dance ..
Armory two-time. state Champion 'uckar' ; Country Store, Mattie Conservation District Is a legal MONEY PROBLEMS
Ph. 961-5812 't: Yon and Your football team-,[r..fll al Ellis. Sweet Shop Louisa after the Tornado-Yellow 1 aubtUvlaion of the state government "
122 N. Bay SI ,-,... Family. to Your lSy'SIrp)1en Wade I Mr. Lovett ?Ma an Intereot- Wood; Fish Pond, Carol 3a.- Jacket football game. and M operated by ,.
Starke New Home lug figure on campus, nod. aadll; Overall Chairman V7. H. Featuring "The\ Magic Cir local citizens under the law We Are Trained To Help! .'
... Many activities for teen-I 1 has 'many hobbles. He plays Hayes. cles" of Leesburg.<< the dante: of the State of Florida.
are being planned byj his I 'area held on the 8AHS. Tor-
avers golf owns and operates P&B80N
The State '.of FloridaIt I the StarVe Recreation! Department -'. own airplane, and plays Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vickery of aa I I this year I stringed Instruments und theP4oDO. \lachua' warn visiting\ Mr and :tree of charge, but had time Adjustable Vinyl Book' .

Id Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and I I, Outlined by Dep'utanentl| tire Leroy. Stokes Sunday. for only a couple. to of dances board Cover All size 30 cent ea.:, 226 N. Temple Ph. '''-144' "
, To Acquaint' You With Your City. I Head Gene Rayburn Monday: : He and his brothers have Mr. and Mm. Leroy Stokes! before they had I at The Telcfrnph.: I
were the conversion of the) traveled together in their lira. Alberta SCokea, and ....
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I old armory for teen 'ita ContinuatiOn own musical /group called daughter Ruby, were visiting .
If you are new in the area a phone of last years athletic 'TheLovett Brothers.' They Harvey Flpps in the Duval
I program and a dance recorded: five ]long-playing Vfedlical Center In Jacksonville
call will bring a prompt visit
! you program. records. last Friday night While there

I from local hostess. Please give By knocking out a few of Mr. Lovett la now living at they learned that a former
your the armory's wall downstairs Boatdraln Baptist Churchparsonage resident, Mr.. AlUe Tyler, was' new !
her a call! She hag,nape and many Rayburn hopes for a room with his wtte >ID!- also in the Medical Center and Daringly
,'to".c' large enough for pool tables. anne, and their four-month hey: visited with her. She was --I
free and wonderfui'gifts for you ping pong, vending machin old son Chris m glad,, to see, old friend. I
from local businesses. es. and a :Juke box. The upstairs "I am very grateful lor the Everyone from here who re. Chevrolet-Is I of
will be used' for "ances,' help received from experlencd members Mra: Tyler could send new line
"basketball, and I.oesiblelShe's [ band members and for the her a Card or visit her at I
responsibility they hive Undertaken .racksonvtlle' She has had a
I, to better their removed fromher nose, '
;ancer
band." Lovett said.HAMMOND. ,_led i H in pretty bad condition. I Super: Sports for 68

I Sorry to hear that Mr. Alice ,
r 8dwsrd ha been 111: She ..
..' spent the liMit.fw' -w..k.-with --..
t rev daughter, :Mr. Virginia I Computer-tuned suspension systems. Improved out.You'll appreciate all.the proved safety
old enough to start ORGAN STUDIO KeUy, 1n Keystone. but la now hock absorbers. New double-cushioned rubber features on the '68 Chevrolets, including tho j,
fc, --1'7' 41dttowt.dRunr.I better and back at home. body mounts.They all team,up to bring you the GM-developed energy-absorbing steering
here..and so are'you)) ; organ Mr. and Mrs. Zedm\ Hamfl- I moothest, most giant' Chevrolet ride ever.A fresh column and many new ones. More style.
saving asset a ......... ton spent laatf weekend In Miiml. new Idea in ventilation comes standard on every More performance. More all-around value.Onol'
.._- r..a ''Ie gdais u. ...,. wry, 1988Camaro and Corvette It's Astro Ventilation look tells you these are for the man who loves

u. ... w. 1MB .Av.a.hr..Iw .' Wlllara, Raul lIon.. left lattw.jf a system that lets air In". but keeps noise and wind. driving. One demonstration drive shows whyS' '

I II I IIIIoHUc Ore fer.Ijl'Y1Cir": in the U.S. .,. .
Vrmy. He Is now, stationed atft. denning, Oa., 'w.'xra: .h .wfl] -
fet his ,basic training.
''We 'are happy to welcome
to our cdnununltT Mr and

!ATS. Cart': Doyle i JUt family .
rom' HuntirUIe, .Ala,' The

t Toyles have a daughter,'Cindy,
; ? trAo to, attending,Brooker Jr C! is Sll w Rae CrarlyerVbfr

..r s 1KrTJ Ugh'School?, first'grade, and
a son, Greg," 3 yenta old. Mr. "
byte,< 14. employed 'by ftediICU1 ,,. --- -. y \CaajaroSS Sped CoupCJiavelte *

; I I'I Manufacturing, tc' Salty ; y,

>, Ask COrp.Mar Pearl
,I returned from Temple :Bills. .Lj ,At:;; .,z ,7 : 1ti
,r' -Barley wheTe.llhe.hM been the'''
/ guest of, Mr. and Mrs. Alan

Eve the folk today know that having E. ,M8IIIInOre, .
young
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Mrs. Mary\ Oreen p ntwveral
interest-
of cash-in an "
growing reserve spare days visiting Mrs.
earning Savings Account here-ls|lust plain, good Johnsabout rack PinL ton in Silver ;
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common.sense!,,Your savings will grow faster and iprtoas, M4.\ )
u1payday. ,Mrs Leroy Blokes was ,
more easily her. if you, -, 7 ; this question:, sappy to.bivp both soas\ .who -
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Start C howlILO .' "Fishing tackle and camp reuln the service. M&e Caa. :: \ SS 33S Sport Coupe -
ten, USN from San Diego. -
lng equipment was stolen jllf. .and Pat.Castlen USA ,
Be' smart -- ,
rom luggage carried. on from Ft. Knox, Ky. )) -

top of our ('ar. by slashing CWJohn.. I.ewl* U spend:' Be 'sure c '
.i hole in the canvas tar- ng' several! days leave here _

Would a Home- with his. parents> Mr andMr Buy;now af- .-
your

F : RIV D A wner Form> Policy Theft with cover Broad this 'D. :C., Malcolm new Lewis.Washington.Jorjnl' isUUonad Chevroletdealer's. ; 1 4 D' !! I

J0tI9. whereas regular '
a Seaman Jeronw' Kelly: from
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Charley E. Johns. 1ah his. stay in the Navy in BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc.
Member, FederalrDeposit Insurance Corp. lut sv few days '
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.. ... Agency ten and Mrsr Leroy Ctokes.,
One of 30' Banks of the Florida National Group 131 8. Walnut 'St,'. and Mike and Charlie cu1 1 J. HIGHWAY 301, NORTH STARKE, FLORIDA PHONE 9617300I

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!: >* -0AMcuvrre. IlRADI"ORO COOTTTT TETJEORAPH!: STABICM.! FL01tm '1III'R..If\V.' ;! OCT S. 196Ti


'Divorce American Is New band from Lake City: will National 4-H Club Wcc'J/
Style'
i Local Dentist Paints To Relax provide the music for the I I

J, Comedy of Modern Marriaae I weekly Recreation dance in the Department's oM arm- Being Observed Thru Oct. 7 'J

l f By Alice McGarvey Izatlon in his pictures. ory Friday night Oct. 6. from -
j
r When a busy man \,......,.. Dr Denmark is a memberof I "Divorce American Style", r.ially be a sad or even tragic 8 till 12. Admission will be "Join 4-H: A World of Op- from learning achluvonienlAt
little leisure time it Is : ': the Bradford County Art in of and refreshments will be county achievementdays
> a contemporary comedy set circumstances In the portunity.
to use that time for a :, ,: Association and has vntered Technicolor stars Dick VanDyke comedy manner most em-1$1 That slogan will appear on I I county fairs tha suite)
that Is enjoyable as his work in one art chow In Debbie Reynolds Jason m-wer* bv the Charlie Chaplain Teenagers are reminded posters In window exhibits fair and market livestock

physically and Daytona Beach but for him Robards Jean Simmons, and Buster Keaton, or Lau- that the dances are being and on billboards all over thel I shows, members have -in opportunity
laxing. 1 pointing is mostly an enJoy- Van Johnson at the Florida I and Hardy hits of the planned for grades 9 to :i.2: United States. You'll hear It ) to show what they
Painting, Dr. J. E. able form of relexatlon and Theatre here Sunday Monday -: past 'K', ..eMiUI_ of Bits and graduates up to repeated by Bradford County: have done and enter Into
fInds Is ideal for him. he has no plans or time for the age of 19. No person over 4-H members during National friendly competition with
and Tuesday, Oct. 15- I
demanding physical making\ it more than a hobby FOREST SERVICE] the age of 19 or persons who l 4-H Week September 30i to others
mental concentration 17.The are not at least in the 9thgrade
romantic comedy has WEEKLY: REPORT I October_ 7. ,_ By taking:: part In ,upeUnllfI /
busy dental practice ".an Dy ice, w,to ia s been N n woody f!free were re.II will DC admltted.A IX>r young ..people 15; HJ 19 each month. members learn
lieve*} by the large vv nlvvw-v vvvv v..avy.HAMPTON. married to Debbie Reynolds i II pobythe; -'Fi rl i a paint brush. The co. who attended the
dances have fellowship -
In 4-H1" means
for 17 years, going through a Service in Bradford County business' and nave an
I tton and execution of painful divorce situation and during the past week. Since Insisted on disobeying the and fun with others opportunity to serve on: corn'
I tube is so menetaUy separation from boLlhis Jan. 1 there have been 100, rules set up by the Recreation the same age and the adventure mlttees and hold offl.-p

ing for him also By Jo Ann Hick children and his money.! He fires with 09.6 acres burned Department The primary of learning new skills Recreation is an important.
; flndse mental
I I Is also the martial target of as compared with 72 fires and offenders being Involved and new knowledge the stimulation part of each monthly mett-: :
also pleasant to report ..AaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASMr. another divorcee, beautiful 457.6 acres burned during the in fights and consuming of competition.The .
along with all this "' alocohol. We do not Intend to Ing.Bradtol'd
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4-H program : con-
Jean Simmons who plays the same period last year. County 4Heraobserved
you" value that Dr. unac,1 and Mrs. Lynn Hall tolerate this '
of
type behavior
adapting and changing -
stantly
I f y "other woman." All three fire towers In the 4-H Sunday. Oct. 1,
turns out some very spent several days in Valdosta from anyone. We have already to meet the needs of
--- : Still on friendly! terms county reported .9 inch of rain with special church programsFor .
able work, some last week visiting Mr. and suspended indefinitely
with Jason during the week :Mon\, young people of today.
her ex-husbanld. ending information about
likes to put spring he has taken instruction -
attention at area art Mrs. R. O. Copeland.Mr at least a dozen persons from i Whatever a boy's or girl's
of Jack- Robards Miss Simmons plots day. Average rainfall in the Joining 4-H stop in at
now
Other local artists give fishing, his from Mrs. Fish and Mrs. Pete Harrell attending the dances. To insure Interest be. 4-H has
In the film with him to find county for September 2.72 may
was extension office
sonville. It was she who sug- the county *
and of
work high praise. family State Farm I the enjoyment of all something to offer through a
another mate (IVan Dyke so Inches as compared with a 50 4-H member or leader
About five years ago four years. gested that he use a large moved to the George Pierce participants, at least one law wide variety of projects or a
Denmark remarked self-taught, brush and "loosen up." house east of town this week. Robards can be free of his year average of 1.97 for that officer will be present at all ranging from home economicsto Anyone 10 to 19 years of og
wife that he and copying A room in his dental office Mr.\ and' Mrs. Otto :Hicks crushing burden of allmoney month. :future dances, and we have automotive and ''Ivestock Is Invited to Join.

would like to try or p'cture' suite ,has ben turned into a and Mr and Mrs. W. D Car- payments to marry another September towers: New rainfall River averagesby 1.6 In. been assured) that any 'violators from "photography to career ,
That Christmas one such as studio where Dr. Denmark ter attended church at the girl."Divorce ; will be prosecuted.We exploration. All of these proJects -
American Style"Is Highland, 4.1 In.; Santa
re
presents under the the Na works on [free evenings. Here Calvary Baptist Mission In Invite all BHS students emphasize "learning by
2.5 .
based on what might nor- In.report STARKEBUS'NESS
a set of oils with He bought are his pictures and It Is In- Welaka last Sunday. do attend the dances and en- doing', and give young people
and canvas. He has with goof treating! to sec the change Mr and Mrs W J. Cherepyof joy yourselves out in a the satisfaction that comes
painting ever since continue that Is taking place In Ms Miami were visiting her to West wholesome manner>! '!
mostly at night until about work. At first he stayed. with grandmother. Mrs. T. F. RECREATION 1 Side Park '
day-time hours are he started the conventional realistic Brown over the weekend. (new softball field Monday Garden Club Right On Red ,

with work and he L. Barber! type of painting landscapes Mrs. Cherepy is the former NEWS Practice afternoon.sessions Oct. 9. and at 4 p. m. Now Lawful DIRECTORY
Weest has games Of The Lakes ,
Louise and
many dental courses. If the Ced- figures or street, : many
will be played at West Side
are any daylight hours in the scenes. Lately he has been' friends here. BANTAM FOOTBALL on Mondays and Wednesdays Field SessionThe In Florida I .
doing more of the more mod- Mr. and Mrs. J W. Horne
OPENER OCT. 14 PUNTPASSKICKTHIS
Come 'Where The Action /s r rBOBBY'S em style of the late Kcassos. spent the weekend in St. The 1967 Bantam B"ys SATURDAY I Oarden Club of the It Is now red lawful light to In Florida turn- AUTO REPAIRS
right on a
He has one picture called George S. C. with Mrs. Betty Football season will kick off The annual Punt, Pass And Lakes met at the home of the .the Florida Highway
but
May and daughter. They attended I .
Study In Red that attracts I the game schedule Saturday Kick Contest for boys aged president Mrs. Albert Bach-
HIDEAWAYWALDO quit a lot of attention. It Is a Camp meeting at night Oct. 14. For the third I 8-13. will be held at 10 a. m. mann on Lake Geneva Sept. Patrol warn that a complete: Earl's GarageALL
Indian field while there. stop must be mode before
the kind of thing hat you year the league games will be' Saturday Oct. 7, at BUS 27.A KIMM: Off
LIQUORS- remember and can visualize Mr. and Mrs. Mulls Kinsey played under the lights' at' field. lovely desert luncheon turning. AtJTO REPAIIl WORK
I. _: long after you have seen It. and family of Tampa/ were BHS field. This years leagueIs Sponsored by TerwlUegar was served by the hostess.: The 1987 Florida LegIslature AH "'ork n."nt.oed.
Music by 'The Poor Souls"Wed visiting Mr. and Mrs. :Roy enacted the law. which ,
A of the
report short
The two Denmark children composed of the following Motor Co. and conducted by Phone JW1-7005
Fri. & Sat. Nights John Edward Jr. 6. and Sta- Williams several days this teams: Lawtey Recreation, the Recreation Dept., the course 'held at the University became. effective Sunday. So. Walnut Stork. ..
cey. 3. like to do what 'daddy week. the defending champions! contest Is expected to draw of :Florida in June was given -t. 1.The
GO-GO CONTESTWednesday : does. Staoey likes, the bright who wll be coached by David ,btween 75 and 100 participants by Mrs.> R. N. Sunderland. law gives municipaland
AUTO
Nights Y ", color In her coloring books Taunton;. Brooker Recreation, this year. Trophies will 'Mrs Bachmann and Mrs. J. county authorities the SERVICE
and John. Edward does some AdJusta.ble'Inyl Book coached .by A. B. Adams: be given ,to the lit 2nd. and Miller Wrinkle also Attendedthe right to erect signs to prohibit -

Discount Prices on Package Goode; painting. He has taken les- Covers. All sizes 30 cent ea. Conner Insurance, vOached 3rd! place winners in e"C'he Short Course. Mrs. Lena Intersection.It right turns. on red at Gilbert S. Brown
any
sOns trom the Jacksonville, at The Tele raph. by Nick Crosby; and Southern group. Clements Chairman of the Is also lawful to turn left
Discount coached byTownsend" Last day for registration High School Gardeners, reported Standard Oil Service
One:Mile North er Waldo, U. S. 301 Museum and according to on a red light on a one-way Station
their first
t on meeting
Strickland and Is Friday Oct. 6. ATLAS
his father, shows good
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street which Intersects with
Charles Blalock. Team ros- SMALL FRY FOOTBALL and the enthusiasm cf the TIRES!' &: IlATTEItrES
ters will be released next STARTS OCT. 10 young gardeners plans to do another one-way street on Budget 1't'rmn"ul" Servlr.. .
FLORIDATHEATRE which traffic moves to the
week. The Small Fry Flag Football more landscaping at the Phone OR 1-7071

JACKSONVILLE DIRECTORYAPPLIA WOMEN'S.VOLLEYBALLAND program will start its Keystone Heights High left. <407< N. Trmplo StareeHURST'S .
BUSINESS TRAMPOLINE ; league schedule Tuesday Oct. School in the way of planting :

Women's volleyball play Is 10. The league Is composed trees. New Life Club) "

being offered on Monday ''of four teams: The Rams Mrs. Don Fangborn. ChaIr- Sets MeetingThe
nights at 'the old armory, coached by Tammy Valley, man of Landscaping Design, '

ES MOBILE HOMES! -USEDI PHOTOGRAPHER: l starting at 7:30.: the Colts coached! by Ran- reported on plans to do landscaping New Life Club will resume SHELL J( ..-..
Showtime-Weekdays 7 A trampoline claw for dall Davis; Cowboys, coachedby at the Keystone its classes next Tues- Service StationGn
Appliances -color TV Sunday 3:00.: Saturday 1 women Is being. held at the Richard Williams and the Heights Cemetery. .
day, Oct. 10, at 3:30: P. m. at Oils. Lubrication
Ster -"Magnavox BAR NET T S Pratt Street Recreation Cen- Packers, coached by Randy Twenty two members attended the, Baptist Church. -
J & J Swap Shop FRIDAY SATURDAY Calvary Goodyear' Tires & Militaries:
Zenith> Motorola ter each Tuesday night! at Jones. the meeting.On stories will
General Electric Commercial and Portrait OCTOBER 6 7 Flannelgraph KO.VD SKRVICKSOI : :
7:30: p. m.SENIOR This program la plannedfor
TRAILERS Thursday Sept. 28. be told and hymns sung by
USED and 100 Stark
"You Get A Good Deal At- Photography LEAGUE boys ages 7, 8 and 9 1967 twelve members of the the chours -
Campers from 8' 20' .1 Frames & Custom Framing Double Feature Program FLAG FOOTBALLThe years, and for many of themit Garden Club of the Lakes attended I

fIJ 1958 Blandtnff Blvd. Senior Flag Football Is their first experiencewith a workshop for DIs- METAL WORK

?. O. MJtltR. 8 '? Mobile Homes 32' US' Jacksonville .881484.w League for boys, grades 912. organized sports. We invite trict 4 Florida Federation of 1 nee town
will start Monday. Oct. 9 at you ,to try to see one of Garden Clubs at the Man- tan mrr natictto.* THOMPSON ,",
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1r-,,a.-yr West Side Park at 7:30 p. m. the first games and make darin Garden Clubhouse. 1J O*." IO*.!Nil...(
JarknonvlIlAAuto .. 1JCW7. :81, Orange Park This will be the second sure you see them again toward Speakers for the workshop I ;' ;) "'OUMilfMA1I:"' 01 na. Duna. UUA, Sheet Metal Works?;
I PIANOS year of the organized league the end of the season. gave interesting and Inform- '
Sales & Service Tel. 264-6324 after a successful season last You will be amazed at the ative talks In conservation -All Types Metal Wnrl.-

r year, the boys are .ooklng progress of most of the boys. flower arrangements daylll- Better Homes Furniture Co. Heat & Air Cond.

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MOTORCYCLES C. CARTER NICE FOR TEENAGE DANCE delicious luncheon was Jacksonville Florida. 33205 :
ROVER The first scheduled games The Jades a very popular served by the Mandarin Oar 16 E. Ph. 9615723WOULD -
The World's Finest In are tentatively set for Mon den Club.
4 Wheel Drives 11 day: oct 16. The tears will
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