Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I "' The scramble la on This/ tlmrol.iinc. was tough Jerry Whitehead collars one No halter, no calf Pig In a poke I


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Official County Publication Established In 1879


best thing the Chamber of Commerce has

done for .....
ever our agriculture since I've been n .
program JIIIII1! : '!t-, '''-
here," County Agent George Huggins says of Satur- --- ,

days calf scramble
$4,000 in registered purebred calves.A : w ," yx rJNA1 City Employeeshet

crowd estimated at closeto 11' .?
2000 attended the
mer Chamber President Da- t '
event which combined
vid Coats manager of the
with trl-county! horse show
a Holiday Inn here who Is being ,:7 ,, ''\ rJ ,cfe
It was termed "a tremendous "
; transferred to Mississippi.The 'I
&Uoce by Fete NOvak Pay
manager of the sponsoring calves were donatedby P "..-.. ? 4z
Chamber of CommWce. various business concerns: y .

Hugtlns, who waa emcee of and livestock producers. one J, rsi, r d.i"R 4 r ,4
the scramble, saidx the crowd of the toughest the boys had

was the biggest the county to handle was a young Char-

has seen on its fairgrounds."It balsa donated by Lawtey + New
fPrvtl' Budget
: was the best .thing ever Cattleman Bryant Reddish.

held out there" 'Hug ns Another calf, a black Angus

says. "I Just lSon't)see how knocked down his new owner 'I
the Chamber can afford not several times. Arriving at a balanced -
to continue !it.:' ; : ", ,
budget bill totaling :
Boys who won calves! In the Several} of the boys caught ,. -- ...... } -,', .
million dollars
county's first scramble by their animals but had trouble It's easy. to tell Councllnmn Nell Tucker's making a point, rather emphaticallytoo a '(i.
chasing, wrestling, and haltering vetting halters on while at session Dll'bt.'ben' the photo was snappedthe nights hard : t
during the council's budget Tuesday \" .
the same time holding the the Starke City
them In the
open the $9,000: the Bradford County LI- 11 \
Council was deeply engrossed In finding
calves down. One took
horse Arena are Gene Melvin. youth tentatively ..
Ronald Oarver Joseph Starling several minutes to halter his brary Board ,bad requeated. But the council no, matter how the boys tried, could new document ,

I Travis Wynn Jerry catch \when/ he lost the hal 'come up with only $3,500 night and indicated (

ter. He finally dragged the ,,./
Whitehead James
Sapp.; .
Gregory, Alvarv Sonny: Norman calf to the loose halter. Judg-: TurnSignals': .. 'In Sheriff's,Suit, .- ; ,\ e-,adopted at .

Jerry Gibbs and Emory. 'es, would not- declare the -cal,.. day's regular
j Prevjtt Jr. 'caught until they were hal! Adding $23,000

The 10 boys who did not tered. Now Prohibited Change Of Venue Merrill Edwards' .

catch a calf then scrambledfor Contestants wore football come for fiscal
j five pip Winners by helmets to protect their When, PassingUse slicing away at an
catching the young plgw and heads In the will: chase. $39.000: : difference In

I putting! them !In &KICKS; : are Telegraph Publisher' Gene of turn signal. lights Sought For ReadA $916,839 budget

Charles Coleman,. Robert Matthews was in the midst of when changing lanes orpassInI' Council finally
Rosier. Tom Edwards La- the scramble tak1napictures la now prohibited by balanced figure of $

mirr: demons! ? and, Jerry when he tripped and fell flat legislation pasted-by the 1067 : petition for a change of venue has been filed The tentative '

I Redding. of his back. County Agent Florida Legislation, the FlorIda here In the civil case of Whitney Beale Read III .who cludes pay raises for ;

The remaining five boys-'of' Hugglns reported. Highway Patrol has reminded Sheriff P. D. Reddish and Deputy Dolph Red ployees averaging
the 20 who compete:j received Winners of the calves will motorists.The is suing 10 per cent? and a hike
engraved silver knives as be given registration papers 1967 Legislature repealed dish for $40,000 punitive damages.The er service charges

consolation prizes from Chamber for the calves alter they a law which rt'flulrela : petition also asks with resisting arrest with mercial users which !it !
of Commerce President have successfully fed and signal before passing an- change of venue in tin criminal violence. mated will bring in :

Pat Everett. cared for the animals for other car and when changing: case of the State of Florida Read's attorney Ralph more. Nobody knew t

Another indication. of the two years and showed themat lanes. Another section of law vs. Whitney Beale Read Thomas of Orange. Part, night how many
success! of the venture, according the Bradford County Fair. (Continued On Paso Two) III in which Read Is charged filed the petition Wednesday, dollars In pay raises
to Manager Novak cluded in the new
Oct. 4, A hearing on 'ha motion -
Is that the Bradford Roping Dissatisfaction with
Club sold out the 750 poundsof Gunman Robs P Is. scheduled before Cir- document r''
re rAU was app i
cuit John A. II Mur-
Judge 1 r
beef It had on hand, to several sources,
pluee at 9:30: a. in Friday .
barbecue. Kayo StationPolice council members
Nov 3, in the Judge's chambers : -
President Pat Everett act-
The !
new spending
In the Alochuu County
ed as master of ceremonies.He ,
ReportA Courthouse.The not be brought Into
introduced Commissioner ou@? the
damage suit and four adding $ ,
of Agriculture Doyle Conner pected Income a
and his guests. Dr. Kl'nnethOtaa'sld gunpoint robbery of the criminal charges! result from
:'. council admitted
Kayo Service Station on North Read's arrest the night of
State of HawaU like.
Ave. July 12 bv Deputy Sheriff J
agriculture commissioner Temple early Tuesday The Council,
Phil morning netted $63 the Starke Dolph Reddish who answereda I
an3: Alampl. New Jersey
fended their increasing
Police ? told. call from Read's neighborat
Department was
agriculture commissioner.:
to the
pated Income
Both said they saw their first Station Attendant George / .. Silver Lake Robert Ro- additional customers

scramble. and may Initiate Curtis Hoadholtz flagged down gan. The deputy arrested water matters, and the
scrambles in their own City Patrolman Bill Chambersand Reed for voluntary Intoxication in newer service

states. Pat Henry who were pass Y and violently resisting be actual increases.Not TWol'r
Conner said the event la ing: the station just after the arrest. Read was also charged Just salary .
probably the only one of its robbery occurred at 4:10: a.m. i-i\ $ with destroying county prop- almost item In it and
kind within 200nllea! of The p4atol carrying gunmanwas \ erty on a warrant signed by page spending bill puts a
Deputy Reckllah alter the interior ,
Bradford !
County. Idea for described to police as a over last year. In
of the deputy's tar was
the scramble: came from for- slightly built Negro man wear- '.f.' which lasted until iron .bern
damaged as a result of a
ing dark clothes. last Thursday and / lost
ruckus on the way to Jail
Hoadholtz told the officersthe ..
< rt The neighbor Rogan. sign- day nights, the bait
Come gunman ran out of the ed warrants against Read for away until the budget?
station and Into a wooded area under flT.OOO out of '(
disturbing the peace end'! disorderly : \ been
back of it, Chief Bobby Biggssaid. conduct. Unable: to cut more, : .. hiut
A. You :Are Dogs were, called In .to convicted on was then added to
Read was '..
track ,the and sales :
man Deputy rent running
three of the charges by a
BUSINESS' MEN'S Sheriff Dolph Reddish assistedIn Jury in County Judge's Court mated Income up to $
a search, but' no trace was Sept. 18. A six-man petit Then $3,000 more was. : / person
LUNCH found. : Jury found Read guilty of water salos when Miuulil.; .

''That'I'an we know now," voluntary Intoxication, disorderly wards said almost 250 parking

Thurs., Oct. 19 Biggs said: Wednesday. conduct by disturbing are defective and will : '
placed. There Is I $ ,
::4s the peace. and damaging parking!
Thanks ExpressedFor county property. County budget to buy the !
Starke Judge T. A. Yawn withheld with the increase In
\ Support Of expected from the
Woman's Club adjudication of guilty, how-
Calf Scramble ever, pending a pre-sentence functioning water
11:00 1:00 I Investigation.On boosted to 49125.:

la a letter to 'the Telegraph July 28 Attorney then, sewer service

this w $1.25 Plate: of Bradford PTA Chap- suit against the sheriff Department? heads

ter, said:: and. his deputy son, as SherffReddltsh's with several items the Install
had cut that had to be
agent, a resultof
"I would like to take this office
If the figure was to /
actions alleged In the July
opportunity to express my sIncere Do It The Easy Way istic however, and row to
This Space Contributed appreciation as 12 arrest. The suit .mlw $20.- '
board had \to? resort to Friday.
Weekly to Publicize of Bradford Chapter. Future 000 damages for Read saying ( .
Community Events by Farmer of America, for the When boats were first shipped to Jimmy Moore's Sun he was assaulted and beaten salary increases 31
wonderful support from our Sports by rail,some of hit friend. wondered how"he would; got bv Deputy Reddish and $20.- wanted badly to keep ) of

The community for let Annual them off when arrived 000 more on a claim that budget.
CommunityState our they stacked like automobiles and weighing For Instance the day
Read was wrongfully detained -
Calf Scramble. about 3.000 pound A. seen above Moore solved the problem chief's salary was Sunday.
Bank !In Jail and that he was
"We are grateful for such handily with this IS-ton" crane from JMk on's Building Supply. assaulted on the way to Jail. I3.S3O: to $0,300 but be the)

fine citizens and !businesses/ In Operator Leonard }Moore lifted the nine ''',000 boirts) and set The Bradford County Commission cil cut It 'back $300 to but said

Accounts now insuredup our community and are proudto them down on trailers,. ns If they were feathers but It Watt a on the recommendation In the Police be al-
to' 15,000 by have their support."If unique sight for Starke. of County! Presecutlntr where the biggest; "

Federal Deposit Insurance ever we can be of service The boats are shipped from Danville, IlL by the TravelerBoat Attorney Gene Shaw, has wanted by Committee : Intent must
Corp.'t' to them or the Chamber authorized expenditures of Jimmy McRaa and :
Division of Stanray Corp., which also happens to build obtained
of Commerce please feel tree funds from the sheriffs} bud- Hurst, patrolmen will\ )
to call on ua. Again, we sag rail cars. The one particularly visible above Walt built speciallyto get to be used in defense ot a weekly salary of $100. office.

thank )'OUo" ____ haul boat. tha tutt. _. .__... Continued on Paw ) Two

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r Mrs. Lester Humphries, Mrs. the new law he cannot: payless they worked ,a fill-hour overtime Two things which are ac. i ent Tuesday night, agreed tc: Turn Signals 'I...m.I.'N I'S' HmUEBY GIVE t Ythat '>
.,,,lA!' ,... J. A. Glsav; Mra. Robbie Shelter than $10 at a time so week. Their basic week is tually of small consequence, I go along as long as it wit: the und..r.l.nud, deolrln
1. and Mra. Francis Mong lie would have to make two a six-day 48-hour one. compared to L'ne total ,budget t;' be assured t'neir bills will 'be::1 Prohibited Now .Jh.tu en..IO flclll""'"In name burlner of s'JAUK'a Under

9 are attending the Fall meeting payments of $10 and one Utility Department Head were the Recreation Depart paid on time. That was the 'cnd FAfiM" at Urllham Flor,
of the St. Augustine Deanery payment of $9 to fulfill his Oscar Davis termed the pay ment allocation and the appropriation reason the books were removed Ida lYIn rod .to 7U, &{"ark..,
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:.. ;'Dloscean.Council/ Cath- obligation.Any raises "unfair", since the Polloe for the Bradford from the city hall two yearsago. When Passing t,b'J"rhlll wtld. name with the Circuli Rirterihn

pf Ic Women" ,, at the newly] dedi taxes still owed after and Firo Departments received, County Library. But both I Recreation Board Mem- One] ...I' thx ,'lr'u.L Court of Dr..dforl1"unIY. .
GLADYS MOOTY \\1 catelt, 'Newman Student Center next March 31, tho date after 10 per cent and more in some items: caused much discussion,, born Jim Bloodworth' Joyce Continue( 1'1'1JI1lIe i- Florldn.JACx HINES

Phone 961-7608 at PSU in Tallahassee today which taxes become delinquent : cases,.t compared to only five In a move at first contestedby Rlherd and Merritt Williams stopped or disabled, however. OLLIIO MAW HINK3
Miai! Marla Moore of FSU will be delinquent justas per cent in the Utility Depal.tm'nt. the Recreation\ Board, the all reminded. the Council. "Even though you ore not 10/12 41 I 113'

la attending Homecoming at Tax Kel- Council voted 3-2, with Coun- to to signal before
:Mlsa Kathleen Thomas was Mr. and'Mrs. Curtis Edwards always, Collector The entire Council fought required
the guest -of Mr. and Mrs. and family were lest Thursday the University of Virginia ly notes Every department's budget cllmen Jimmy McKae and P. give the Bradford County LIbrary passing, it is still your re- '" -
John. Rule In Brunswick, Ga. dinner guests of his parents, from Wednesday to Sunday He also pointed out that was up, but each was cut buck T. Nolln voting against the the $5,000 'lIe Library which remains on the books SCHEDULE

overthe, weekend. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Edwards, Lawrence Singleton of tax payers using the install from what was asked No one motion, to bring the Recreation Board asked even though 11 according to Cal,] H. N. Kla'k- OF SERVICES
Gainesville and Mra. Pauline item seemed big, except the chief and!
:bin Ethel Parrish of Brook in Jacksonville. ment plan cannot; take advantage Department books back to was double last/ year's appro man, veteran patrol -
er was visiting Mr. and, Mrs.G. Cadet Jim Godwin. Jr of Wiggins of Perry have been ol the discounts offered combined amounts for pay increases. city hall. Chairman. Orle Wig- priatlun. But $1,000 was all director of the Departmentof ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH

A. Gay last Friday. West Point Military Academy admitted to the Starke Nurs- by paying their bills But the Fire Depart Kins broke the tie vote, saying they could find and.I half of Public Safety, pronlblts a .' Starke
Mlsa Madge Mlddleton Is underwent knee .surgery TUea-, ing Home. early. merit is up $7,000 Co $33.083; it is a violation: of the city that came from a contingency flashing light signal except ,
visiting Mrs. Marguerite Corn day in the West Point Hospital Glen Duke of Fort Lauderdale the Police Dept. up nearly charter for the department; to fund making tho !library! appropriation for a right or left turn. Sunday Mass: 9:15 a. m.
in Lakeland !Aits week. They N. Y. spent Wednesday to Tues- $13,000 to $79,408; the Recreation keep separate books, no mat- 3500. It !is also unlawful to flash Thursday: Mass: 6:30:: p. m.

visited Mrs. H. (B. MdLendon Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Van Gerald Crosby, and also visited City BudgetIs Di'pt. Is up $1,000 to $23- tor how well they are kept. New Councilman P. T. Nolln a courtesy or "do pass" signal :Miraculous Medal Novena;

3#:.Orlando on 'Sunday.''!; Camp of Tampa. were Sunday day with his daughter, Mrs. ) 793.:) The move was made Monday r fought desperately for a higher to other vehicles approaching Saturday, 7 p. in.
_,Mr. and Mri. Charles Liiw3)J5n visitors of Mrs. J. R. Kite. Mr. Crosby who is In St. Vin The Street and Garbage night without the Recreation appropriation for the library, from<< the rear. Four-way Confessions: 9 p. m. and 7

=) and family of Tallahasseewere MA/2 Bobby Wiggins will cent's Hospital following an Balanced Dept., however, was cut back Board being notified. The but finally agreed to Cite $1,000 flashers may be used to Indicate p. m.
leave for automobile accident Tuesdayof I $3,000 to $72,348 and the Administrative a vehicle is lawfully -
Friday overnight visitors Monday Naples Italy Council had not planned to raise when no other alternative
W) Mr. and Mra. H. A. Lawson. wll'n the 6th Fleet after two last week. Office, and General take the action, but It came became apparent. Nolin. repeat I sponsibility before starting to ST. WULLIAM'S 'CHURCH
Mm. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. weeks leave of absence with Local admittances to Brad [Continued From Page One) Fund is down about $14,- up during the discussion of edly told Ills 'board members pass to make certain that; its Keystone Heights

''Guy Sale were last Wednesday his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orle ford County Hospital, this week 000 to $103,560.Disbursements. budget. The old council, just to try to find more money because safe to do so," Xlrkman Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m.
and Include: Arch Dobbs: Arthur railed that a major step' forward : !tn the before the I is de- reminds motorists.
,..overnight guests of Mr. Wiggins. Alice Orlffis com- change over after the library now and 9 a. m.Wednesday.
Mrs.( Keith Cllllnghum In Inman Green, Robbie Shal- Lutgena, Mrs. Mary In making the depart- bined Electric, Water and the recent election voted 3-2 pendent on local appropriations : :Mass and No.
Jacksonville- ler, and N. L. Woodburn spent Francis Crawford. Sire, ment able' to obtain a good Sewer Budgets are expected to to allow the department' to since it has separated vena 7 pan. <
Friable, Mrs. ThereaeGrlffls
r Mra. A. C. Williams and the weekend at the latter's Joan Mrs. Donna SueWllke.il steady force.Patrolmen. be up.almost '38,000 to $275,- keep its own books even from the Santa Fe Region, the TIlE RIGHT POINT for the 8T. ]MAKT8 CHURCH

daughter, Brenda, entertaineda.t camp at Horse Shoe. James had been earning 176. Expenditures In the Gas though Auditor Ned Scott advised reason being that the Region way you write. Come In MacclenTty6unday

a family dinner party and Mr. and Mra. R. O. Pansby I Carlos Ralph Garbcr Goodge,, Ernest' *84 weekly, and in the past Department, which Is kept it was bo-Ing' done !in wanted more than the countycan and select your favorite ES- MOM: 11:30: a. m.
Smith I
fcridal shower for Mrs. Mike visited Mr. and Mrs Roy J., Eaton, Mra. Lola Roberts few months had, tacked $16 separate, are up close to violation of the city charter afford, ho said. TERBROOK fountaio pep.
3 bng -Gainesville' a recent Andrews in Jacksonville on overtime pnv to that. since $5.000 to $64.2(56.( The Recreation Board
Paula Chlluon, Bradford Russell pre1.ao
bride< ,.Sunday at their home Sunday. r _

,,;,00 S. Westmoreland Street. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. El! all ,of and Starke Mrs.; James Leal.tie HoWell Dykes/ ,, .. ,... ., .... ". .. I 1 Ii
of Tallahassee have I
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wynn more purchased
Wendel Pittman, Mrs. Jackie
':'spent the weekend in AunruntaOa. I the Delano Thomas'
Chaffin and Donna Alvarez
visiting their son, Wayne house, at 1011 W. Madison Faye '
Lake Butler Mra.
who Is in Signal School at Street. Mr. Elmore is employedwith : i '
.Fort:: Gordon. They were' ac the State Prison Reception Emma Newman and Mrs. Ida I'U'4
S Dyal of Keystone Hieg'h.U: ;
oompanled by MJsd. ..Mar1.- Center in Lake Butler.
Ann of
Mrs. Young
-Blankenship. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coon
Mrs. Effie Miner,
m Mrs. E. F. Miles wan a week "it Green Cove Springs were
Mrs. Julia Mae Kirkland, and
-vnd guest of her son anddaughterInutd Sunday visitors, of Mr. and ,
Mrs Ruth May Cvirfls of,,,
Mra. Harold
] Mr. 'and Mrs
Billy Miles, in ,Ma clenlly., S/'/4 "and" Mrs. Mftrlcy Grlf- Lawtey; Alton Martin of',,,
Waldo and Mrs. Ruth Beck-
fill of Lake Butler were visItIng
Glen Keddlah of Greenwood Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper
S. C. was home for the week-
last Friday. Mr. Grlffls has Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery I

end.Walter recently returned from duty in and familyere( guests I
R. Richardson under Vietnam.Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Montgom-

went surgery. Tuesday In !the and Mrs. Jimmy Richie cry Jr. la Interlachen Friday]1, 0b'

Gainesville Medical Center of Jacksonville were visiting night and Saturday. ,

Mr. and Mrs. H P. Moye of Mrs. E. L. Crawford on Sun. Otto Olson of Phoenix, Ariz. ti
Orlando were visiting (Mr. and] day. is visiting his brother and os

Mrs. G. S.i Jfcwcomb over the Mr. and Mra. Jerry Williamsand eister-1n-law, Mr. and Mrs.
weekend. family of Gainesville were' Titus Olson, for several weeks. ,, 1k
Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Misses Jean Mundy and Sunday visitors of Mr. and Chapman
Frances Cannon of Tallahassee Mrs. T. C.: Chastain. returned Tuesday from a three
visit with friends and +
were visiting Mrs. W. B Mr. and Mrs. Mack I* Williams weeks
relatives in Kansas Missouri 1
weekend with +
Mundy over the weekend. spent the '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McQualg and Oklahoma. tiP .
Little 'MeiUaa'Jackaon. spent Mr. and Mra. J. D. Odom Jr. y
the weekend with her'grandparents !In Waycross, Ga. In South Florida several
Mr. and Mrs. H. -E. James Cooper and family of this .Week for
days preparing
Chlefland were Saturday afternoon
Smith, In Wllliston.
the cattle sale on Oct. 17 and
visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Burn- 18 at the Drew Ranch neaP
C L. Cooper and attended> the '
ham and family of Largo :were Hastings. .
horse show.
visiting -motherTMrs.; Pearl Mr. and Mrs J R. '
Hugh Brownlee of New Orleans Hlxonj A GROUlOF BOYS
Edwards, over the weekend. are in Chattanooga Tann. to i LONDON FOGS li lir i
La. will' spend next week
'Debra Johns iI! Howey :Aoad- attend the funeral of Mr. Hix-
with his mother, Mrs.( H. L.
:limy was home tor ''the week- on's brother, T. O. Hixon, who''' I
Brownlee, and Mr. and Mrs. J.

4-end. R. Chute Jr. was accident killed In an automobile,, : : SHIRTSLQNG LADIES OR "REDS'
Miss Jayne Hardy of Tlft Mr. and Mrs. James Starlingand Monday night. i :
College Forsythe, Ga will bedome family and Mrs. Inez Kelly Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Judd|

from Friday. to !Monday, attended a barbecue Saturday spent the weekend, In'I..Miami '"-'; "; OR SHORT SLEEVE .
to attend the graduation of .y JACKETS
J Mr. and Mrs Rhymer How- night at the home of Mr. and CONTINUES!
Jjjll I attended a birthday dinner Mrs. Tommy Simmons In Jacksonville their daughter: ''Suzanne, from Reg. 2.99 NOW

Mon her mother, Mra. Ruth honoring the birthday Alrfllght School. j andLONG
Mr. and Mra. W H. Noll-
:Slowell. at biro: RoweU's home anniversary of Rev. Alton
fn Nahunta, Ga. Sunday onJjTrs. Dobbs. man attended Gideon dinner)
Rowell's 78th anniversary. party at the home of :Mr and 1.99 COATSMonogrammed
Among1 the 91 attending were Miss Judy Noegel of Key Mrs. J. H. McEachern !in, Keystone ,
JJTrs. Rowell's ten children and West spent the weekend with Heights Tuesday night. I ;b ALLDRESS :
their families J her parent: Mr. and Mrs. T. Rev. and Mrs. Feider L. FREE! "

]L. Casey Rowan have moved to Florence
Mlsa Debbie Cocomlae of St. Ky. where :Mr. Rowans; COATSPresent

THE BRADFORD Joseph's Academy, St. Augus has accepted the pastorate ota
COUNTY TELEGRAPH tine, will be home for the church. He has been pastor,I (I Stock Only)

weekend. of the Madison Street Baptist''' fa
Published every Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. David Brown- !Church for the past three BOYS JEANS HOSE
at 138 W. Call St, and children in \
Ing were Sarasota I years. j
.1 Stark*, Fla. b29p1a last Wednesday to Friday

Second class visiting Mr. and Mra. John Taxes H 20 off
postage paid Property Sizes 8 to 14Regular o
at Starke, Fla. Buckley 3 $5 1
SubacripUon Rate*: Mrs. Maxle Carter Sr., Carla May Be Paid On 1.99 prs. "';, :,! 1 Pair FREE

Jean Faulk, and Mr. and Mrs. Installment Plan i "',:
to trade area: '..00 per Clinton Buff Attended the ; with purchase of

.. ;year; $2.23: sU months. homecoming at Long Branch Continued From Page One I

r Outside tr** area: ".110 Baptist Church on Sunday.Mr. pairs I at -',
r :rear..U.CIO. six month. and Mrs. John Greene and In addition, no paymentmay 2 99 C ,> ,
less than $10. i'or'' instance .
son and Miss Anne Lambert be JOYS r' \ .
I* .llattew editor and visited Mr. and. Mrs. H. L. a taxpayer owing $29 each

5 publisher Chancey weekend.in Monticello over the over would the owe live$9.80 months per month that I \Wrangler Jeans YOUR CHOICE

M taxes can be paid. But under I OF COLORSWEENOBLE
Sizes 1 to 7 LARGE GROUP[ OF

BE A Regular 2.50 NOW $2 DACRON & COTTON

'68 Oldsmobile l Youngsmobile ._ GAUZE SPORTSWEAR

Home Furnishings Dept. '.. r ,, DIAPERS ,

ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS! ;n' "r:. Reg. 2.93 a


Single Dual -- 2 for $5.00 $.1 off G

Grand Prize
Control' I 1 088 Control;: 1388

$ --- Shoe Special! : .--

i $10,000.00 ,; :, y 2 I WEEKS SPECIAL CONNIE Black-Brown or Navy

;' SOFTIE LOAFERS "Jegular; 'NOw 1,88,

4 Nylon Carpet


1 r NEW 1968 PATTERNS Now ONLY 688


.. '" Over 'Heavy Sponge Cushion MENS SUITS

': Register Now 3 Anniversary Regular $65 to $79.95


a" .'i/ Special 664

Ataldwin Chevrolet Oldsmobile .

'" s .f f f Only Now $58ECTION

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U. S. :SOt North. 964-7500 'Starke, Florida
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OCT. It, 1987 t BRADFORD COUNTY; TELEGRAPH STAHKM. FLORIDA .. : ..1"r'f _Section 1 Pa.re 3
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I St. Mark's Women I Miss Olga Lindsay, i Nursing Council Carter tMaxle Sr, of Kingsley
Lake, avid Lucian A. John

v Meet At Home Melton McKinney I Members of the Nursing Jr.., U. "$. Army retired who

Of' Mrs; -WinklerThe Vows Set Saturday: Advisory. Council*. held the w.. wei"e<< divorced 18 years ago
monthly luncheon meeting at were; remarried Monday, Oct

Women of St. .},lark'. i Mr' and ''Mrs. Chester J ; the Garden Restaurant with 2, in King-slant, Ga.

Episcopal Church met Monday r Coffman of Starke announcethe Mrs. Broward Capps presiding. They are residing In Jack,

I night at* the home of Mrs t, engagement and approaching I Visitors Included Miss Sarah sonville.

GLADYS MOOTY George Winkler, where] arrangements '- marriage of Mrs. Coff- Reading. and Mr .. Rut'n Gage
Phone 961-7603, of fall flowers and ar man' daughter, Olga Lindsay. q. ( nursing consultants with .the High:.School PTAThe

fruits were used in decorating. to Melton McKinney son of I State Board of Health, Mrs. .
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Mrs. Kennth Grider presidedand the late: Mr. and Mrs Melvin A. W Shulz Mrs. E. J. Lan- Bradford High School

Mrs. Herbert Thomas led McKinney of Starke. II j I um, and Mrs Thelma Cadell. PTA will, meet Tuesday, Oct

the devotional. An Invitation Th* wedding will be an eventof i'j' Charles Reese, minister of the 17 at' 7:30. : p.m. in the cafe
'I was extended to attend the Saturday Oct. 14, at 3 p.m. / ; j I First Christian Church, Is anew terla.

I meeting of District 3 to be at the residence of Anthony member of the council. There will be a discussion of

held at Trinity Church In C. Geiger. f I current developments In the)

I Gainesville on Wednesday, Oct. A reception will follow the Faulk-Johns school The{ hospitality committee

I'' 18, at 9:30: am. AU membersare ceremony. wilt( serve refreshments
urged to attend. For reservations All friends and relatives are I Mrs. Jewell Carter Faulk during the social hour.

Y, tA call Mrs. Grider. Invited to attend.Birthday daughter of Mr'. and Mrs. :

I' Mrs. Thomas led a discussionon -- ----
I the budget for the year. II.I., --II.C'

She also read a letter of thanks Party
,I Fr-r Bill and Luanna Oliver ;wish to thank the
from L. C. Crook, special services zf For Shawna Rowe
i director of Sunland Train ?ram people of Starke and vicinity for their wonderful

1 response to our opening at the Torena
ing Center expressing appreciation Shawna Rowe celebrated her ril I
for donations for one I third birthday on, Oct. 8 witha I Motel Restaurant.
cottage sponsored by the Aux- party '
given toy her
i parents L. Fowler of Starke
iliary. I hi 1'1 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe. announces the engagement and I TRY

Mrs' Carter discussed. the F 'I! The little guests were given'colol'ful approaching marriage of his OUR Complete Steak Dinner
horns II
United Thank Offering which and lollypops daughter Norma Jean, to Dan
will be given by the women of j an.. !avore. The children played R. Barrett, son of Mr. and

the church on Sunday Nov. I I during the party hours and en- Mrs.. Russell F. Barrett rMlllersport 12oz. Rib Eye Steak JUST
BIri.' Lester Crews, president of the W T. Week. ,Chapter, 5. It i I i Joyed refreshments. Ohio.
UDC, l III shown receiving deed to lot In Crosby 'Lake Cemeteryfrom Mrs.!. Edward Burns asked I Salad 2 Vegetables
'I .
I Miss Fowler Is employed'with
DeWItt C. Jones .e a gift to the chapter for memorial for magazines to be distributed '' Homemade Pie 250
Big Dad Mfg Co: In'
purposes. to the under privileged. Pk"ia; Becomes-Bride Ceramics ClassA Starke. Mr. Barrett la In the: Bread Butter Coffee
It was decided to have a turk- Mary Scoggins I
U. S. the
Navy serving on
I 1 UDC Chapter Receives Presentation ey dinner at t'he Parish Houseon Of Michael E. Sistrunk At Pine Level ceramic class is being held USS Saratoga In the Mediter
Thursday night(, Nov. 2, weekly In St. Edward's. Parish
i Of Lot In Crosby Lake Hall. All ranean. Torena Motel RestaurantU.
from 5:30: to 8 p.m. Mrs. Clyde "Mlas Mary Patricia Scog- and the attendants were Mist persona interested
A home Is
'ire Invited wedding plannedfor
Terwlllegar and Mrs. J. W. to attend the Monday -
gins daughter of Mr. and Mrs.C. Linda Scogglna, another sister
T. Weeks Chapter, UDC enhance the entrance to Crosby December.
held Kincaid were appointed on the R. Scogglna. of Starke, and of the bride, Miss\ Gloria Pad. night classes starting S. 301 NORTH STARKE FLA.
its first of
the Lake
meeting: Cemel'ery and will be a 7:30:
committee to with the p.m. Instructors are Ward '
serve Michael Everett Sistrunk of gett of Gainesville and Mis
fall Breakfast 6:30-9:30: : Dinner 5:00-10:00: :
season Wednesday after memorial
lasting for those who and
finance committee Mrs. William Gainesville son of Mr. and Mary Katherine Slstrunk of Evelyn Bessett of Key- Adjustable Vinyl Book
noon of last week at the homeof fought and died for the South.
Carter and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Walter E. Slstrunk of Sfarkvllle, Miss. sister of the Heights. Covers. All sizes 30 cents ea.
Mrs. O. I with ......
Beasley .
land.Mrs. Thomas Mrs. George Miller is SfrtrkvIHe Miss were united groom. All attendants were at The Tele tm, ph. -
Mrs. J. W. Kiocald W. I
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as co- Nbllman chapter
chairman of Altar duty for in marriage on Thursday, Sept. I I gowned alike in short sleeve
ho tess. historian spoke on the motion STARKE PLAZA Open All &
A November. 2, at 7 p.m. In the Pine Level less empire gowns of yellow Day Every Day FRI. SAT. UNTIL 7 P. M.
highlight of the meeting picture "Gone With The '
During the social hour refreshments 1 Their* chin
Baptist Church with Rev. Donald crepe. length veils
was the presentation of a forin Wind, which Is 'being re-re-
were served in the L. Ramsey performing the were secured to flat yellow
Crosby Lake Cemetery- leased >ln connection with ob-
dining room from a beautifully nuptials. crepe bows. They carried yellow LAST S 3 DAYS
I the chapter for the erection servance of the 1867 to 1883 fable centered wtth
appointed sweetheart
of'a: monument to the the nosegays
memoryof Centennial. Centering altar was a -
Mrs. P.
a fall arrangement. with
the Confederate ,dead. The During the social hour the Novak presided at the coffee 14 taper candelabra' flankedby I satin apple streamers.green background JP'

ot was donated by Mr.; and hostesses served a salad course, service. 19 pedestal baskets holding
I Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones *nd the' assisted by Mrs. L. D. Vinlng members attended Approximately the meet- white gladioli mums and carnations Given in marriage by her

, deed was presented to Mrs. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Arrangements against a backgroundof father the bride chose a

, Lester Crews chapter presi of pink carnationsand Ing.LoudonBarnhart palms. sleeveless empire illk-satln i

red roses were used in gown with lace trim and short _____ >
dent.Mrs. Ted Williams of Gainesville,
Crews expressed appreciation decorating the meeting rooms. organist accompanied Miss lace Jacket with. bell shaped _1 _
to Mr. and Mrs. Jones Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. L. sleeves. Her only, ornament
J: '"Mr1.: aAd"Mrs: A; O. Loudon Joan Williams of Starke, soloist.
was a single strand of pearls,
J on behalf of the chapter for D. Vining, Mrs. W. S. Slade,
of Starke the en- In a program of nuptial 1
I their generosity and keen Interest and Mrs. Joe Wilson will be announce a gift of the groom. Her otryn 'r
r; in the civic affairs of hostesses for the November i gagement' and approaching music. shoulder length veil was secured Last chance Thurs.. Fri.

r Starke and Bradford County.The meeting to be held at the home marriage of their daughter. Mickey Dansby served as to a small cluster of ,

Confederate marker will of Mrs. Haynes Sr. I Patricia Anne, of Miami to I best man, and the ushers were tulle petals decorated with Sate to reap .in these 'and
Marvin Barnhart, son of Mr. 1
> Mark Hamilton Eddie Noegeland seed pearls and crystal beads.
and Mrs. James Murray of David Sl trunk, brother of She carried a prayer book more bargains!
Miami. the groom. topped with white sweetheartroses many > n\\w\\

I The wedding will take place and feathered carnations
STARKE ICE CO. Saturday, Oct. 28 at 11 a.m. Miss Beth Scoggins served with long satin streamers.
In the First Methodist Church, her sister as maid of honor, ,
Mrs. Soogglns chose for herdaughter's 'l PERMANENT PRESS
226 N. CHERRY ST. I wedding a teal ,blue -, #'
FY; .''c' _. crepe sleeveless crepe sheath I :
Mr. And Mrs. Coats : dress with teal lace coat with ,

,. Under New. Management ofBURKE Feted By StaffMr. F r which she.and wore a matching pink orchid ac.cessorles .- Corduroy

" and Mrs. DaVid Coats 1 corsage. You'll never have to iron this thfcRwala

ELUNGTON were honored at a goingawayparty Mrs. Sistrunk, mother of the $. corduroy. Styled In the moattine wanted l'l'V
last Friday night at* the groom wore a two piece dress '! "Fastbsck" look with scoop front pockets
I Il I Starke Golf and Country Club of green imported silk. She reg. and wide belt loop, Rugged cotton: -nylon-4,

given by employees of the ; wore '''black accessories and a blend In bronze or /lodes sizes 29'39 -

l > BLOCK AND CRUSHED ICE I Holiday Inn. -t yellow sweetheart rose cor SEEDER $5.33
The honor guests were presented I sage. /

with a silver tray from : A reception was held In the I CA -
1 Free ;
\ Delivery the employees as a parting church fellowship hall where hpECROW I ,, "'EN'S'THERMAI "i '

: Truckers Welcome gift.Mr. the bridal motif was carried I yi (Iii $1
Coats will assume the out. The bride's table was cov- I UNDERWEARMEN'S ..,..,., OFF
I position of general manager ered with a white damask { ,
of Holiday Inn No 1 in Me cloth and centered with a .,.\. ON
BLOCK AND SNOW ICE ridian. Miss on Oct. 16. Mrs. three tiered wedding cake J i.p' $1.29 91 C AtE N'S 1-\
Coats and children who had "
{ flanked by silver' candelabrawith Value fM \
-- HOURS) moved to Meridian at* the be- white tapers. Mrs. W. R. 'MEN'S .. ork 511

ginning of the school year in a / Dowling of Dunnellon and !Mrs. S\\\R"TS I Shirt or Drawers Oes

:MONDAY SATURDAY 6 A.M. TO 7 P.M. j September, were here over the ; : T. A. Dowling of Raiford cut FLANNE L 1, 100% cotton knit, with *lr b "N OUR $

weekend. the bride's cake. 1ue I pocket on both .Ides for y'',
<. .. 7-At. IS. ..Jf-.l..!..... f ,z..99 $1 extra warmth Tumbled dried ,. !
( i a- In the receivingline al.- to ..
SUNDAY 6 A.M. TO 1 P.M. Standing loot I control ehrinkage. ClattiQ For5SMSSSB
not w I S'I'-TE'IIIC''T' OF''OW,KHSIIIP: were the bride and groom, p. ,..1 bUt t I": twng'. walitbenoVSize' S thru > 7 / : ,
MANAUtOMHKI'rCIHCl'L.t' a NormanPadgettMr. tI.nnl. In oo''pl..t.'! gl-klu'' / .t
''f PHONES 'riO.V: their parents, and. members of .and : \/ ..,. :;
"al gire
DAY 964-7269 NIGHT 964-7807 (Act of October J3. 19 t.; Section and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett the wedding party. Miss Mona Vies taab\e, e"r r i 0. $4.9. ".11I':
I 438J, Title 38, United State announce the engagement of Kay Wood of Green Cove $'''.9.

I Code DR') of rillnw. October. 1. their daughter. Annette, to Springs kept the brldo'a book. ., GIRLS' :3-6X v I

Gerald Norman; son of Mr. and I The punch table was covered I '" ( 1 FLANNEL LINED Ladies $1$

I I Mrs. Tully Norman of Starke. with a white damask cloth and 1st QUALITY '

Wedding plans will: be an- was, centered with a yellow "Z'Z1 ; CORDUROY LONGIE Gowns HVFor

nounced later. and white floral arrangement.At GENUINE \..
one end was. a crystal 1" F'
bowl a silver tray $1,59 88
1087. punch on Fishnet
Title of Publication: Bradford and at the other end was' a :\ Value

County Telegraph. Frequency crystal punch bowl on an antique i 7c

AN: OPEN LETTER tlon.of known of leeue. office: weekly.of publlua.Loua. silver stand. Silver com- Hose it' Sensational beck. cuff" ,! back Full .boxer.pocker. w f..turn end!

Ion: 133 VS. Call. St. StarkeBradford _, potes held yellow and green r ilennel lined. Assorted color, filly t
County Florida mints and mixed nuts.: JIl plvtely' wesheble. Don't miss this III
J2031., Location of the headquarters ....
'' whale ..lnl
of the general builnen Assisting in serving "*rere $i 'oar' I reg.> $1.27 fVqYS '
offices of the publlaher 133 W. Mrs. Chester' Wood and Miss / 58c" :
TO THE TEACHERSOF Call Kt..Starke, Bradford County 'Cheryl Wood of Green 'Cove Acetate tricot hlft length[ 4'
: Florlda-UOU. of gown wits front overlay of -
Miss Phyllis Jones
Name and addre* of publlnher Springs .LADIES'. PANTIES end lece. Pa -
editor and managing. editor Batavia, Ill. and Mrs. Sauodrs. the Jr. Miss and MissIn "' tale and Digit .Kedee In
Young medium,and large, stock
PublUher: : E. L. Matthew, Hunt of Orlando. choice: of 8 corors. Be sure to TfooLis: 3 f for $1' :vile: C1 37 up now for lift giving at
time fide 1 "1
After spending some compare the quality and you'll e.
P. O. Drawer A. etarke. Fla.
;; Guaranteed for 1 year not to Anti knit cotton, guaranteednot
BRADFORD COUNTYDear Editor: E. L. Matthew, P. with their guests, the couple buy,handful. .8'/2-9i/i, 1011.: run, acetnte tricot: elotlo. 'left to ehrlnk Ei.yon neck
O. r>raw.r A, Starke. Fla. left 'on 'a wedding trip. The ,. 1I'e'a.' Machine w.ih.ble opening' end pon-.kld feet 1
Managing Editor: E. 1.. Matthew t \\ : hit. end 1 colon, utn ale Aqua or maize tlie 14.
traveled in a off white .
bride :
P. O. Drawer. A. .Stark .. {. _
Fla.Owner wool] knit sheath dress with 3 DAY YOUR CHOICE SALE!
: E. I* Matthew, P. O. bone accessories and she wore cUG f .. a
Drawer A. Starke, Fla.
Teachers the white sweetheart rose corsage : 1
Known bondholder., mortga
gee!, and other security holder! from the center of her .,
We, as parents, have placed our children in your hands owning or holding 1 per centor 'bridal bouquet.The 5'\0"1 V ,;/ .: Fiberglass or '

with utmost faith, not as baby sitters, but as learned bond.more, mortgage of total or amount other *.of curltle couple la residing at 807 ,.' .' .'-" .",... .. 01' 1 .

professionals to help mold, develop, and educate them .: Nona.Total N. W. 16th Ave? Gainesville J.- ,# T .. { ,.; 'p '
No. Copies' printed; is attendingthe e'- :: : -I AcoustaThermS
where the groom
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technically and morally. average No. copies each Inaue, University of Florida. I ,f ;...
IS month.
during preceding
The teachers who have chosen to withstand the pressuresof 3.310 : 1 single leeue nearest to -- h 'l.4. .rr" ._"J..." I ,. .r '

their professional organization and fellow teachers and flllnsr Total date number 3405. copies printed!: ,, 'r\ '., v.'h : APBM

not sign resignations have the eternal gratitude of par- Average number copies eachduring1 II TilE RIGHT POINT for th ( ,, 't t'. 4 I: :p .
ents. We fully}] appreciate the fact that have put our issue> preceding IS the war you write. Come ID 1 it ) l
you month, 3,570 ln.le l.*ue .
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favorite ; ;
and select ;your I 48x63:
children's immediate need for a continuing school year neare.t to riling date, 8,8511. J' ; ,1
Paid Circulation: fountain pen. .. "J1 .1(. $466
and realize' this has taken much 1 ,
first, courage. Sales] through dealer. and our ,.. $5.49
dr dl
carrier street vendors and "
'Whether we, as individuals, agree or disagree in whole counter ale.: average number i 1 1i

or in part with the aims and goals of the FEA is not the copies ceding each 12 month lue. 2,300 during; .single pre4 Total copleu distribution each. ; issue averagenumber during 27x48..30x50 48x84 -reg. $5.99$4.88

purpose of this l letter. We strongly feel that if and whena I mine nearest to filing date preceding 13 month., TWo great vafiM-choo. .. f1b.rgl'.*. In s...,ds. .. \
S.37S. 3538: single liu nearest,, filing Throw i flar.'. or modem Mtt-rmu, ; or the MtMin",
teacher walk-out occurs, the student is the loser. For Mall mbm-rlptlon. : average date, 3.630. Rugs t ,. ; Insulated thermal drap that alpa keep sun
this reason, we urge those of you who have signed resigna- number copies. each: laeue during Office um, leftover, unaa- \ 1 iy : and hat out. in the summer cold drafts. out
preceding IS month, 1.210; cnunted, .po>ld after printings 'Jit tho win...'
tions to reconsider' this decision. and. withdraw your resig single lae.... aeareat to filing average number. copieS each RECTANGULAR or OVAL i j,1 e ..
nation. date 1.223. l.aue during. preceding 13 TIER & VALANCE SET
Total, paid circulation: average month., III ; single luua. nearest $2.99-$3.99 Values + :
number. copies each l..ue filing date 15. tt ; r1
Sincerely. preceding 12' month, 3S10 ; Total: average number oople High tactic, hand carved d.. $ $1.99-$1.99 V.lues :
elngle lue. nearect to filing each lua during preceding .'.n. with' extra heavy hllo nap _
date J.S95.rre 12 month, 3.S70 single Issue and eon.skd" back.. torn withfringe. 188 Big selection of tolldi w
rtl.trl'jutlon Including nearest to filing date, 3.(55. Color fart and. pre-.hrunk Ik" r and print In colorfast r
Committee to Schools
Parents. ;; Help Keep Open v ample) by mall carrier, or I certify that the statement In choice of color Hurry_ decorator colon., 100% $12.2. _
number. made by me above; are correct L thew will go t..U. N,.....cotton, machine' weehe-' r
other meant: average .
I ble.8* ure to ee theulTJIUR8DAY .
copies each blue. during preceding i and complete.E. I .
13 month. IS ; lngla l I.-] L. MATTHEWS "
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Looking For Win No. 21' THE the war RIGHT you rOINT write. Gene for the in

and select your favorite ES-
TERBKOOK fountain pen.

Better Prepared Big Red Team Heads For B o II e S TELEGRAPH.Covers Adjustable AU aiees Vlnyt SO cents Book en.:

at TIle ?slagaDhr .
Coach David
his "kids" as he calls them, past week they have begunto All the Tornadoes are in soya It's simply a question of ... Bulldogs. Receivers are 1 DirectionsTo County Sales Tax I
will go into the BolIplI game understand much better Rood! health except for a few whether or not the Big Red tight:\ 'end Randy Royall, split
this Friday much bettor pre- what It la all about. who have been bugged by the can hold the opposition out. Jim, Lumpkins, and wingbackBill < Collections Rise,

pared mentally to play football "Beginning last week, whenwe virus Only one player, middle- HIIFHO said all his 'boys have Waterman. BollesThe Gas Tax Down
and that, he says, will talk to the Mils they catchon guard Willie Cohens, has beenIn been looking gbod In prac The Tornadoes will start the

make them better in every real quick," the Big Tornado bed with It. Cohens practiced tice. He refused to single out same eleven as In the first Fighting Tornadoes will September sales tax coJ.lec-1

Bother way. !tOYS, "They look much Wednesday for the first any Individual.But three games as they go (for take on Bolles' Bulldogs in tions in Bradford County
'We've been looking good quicker than, before, they fake time since lost week, but told Conch Hurse was cautious their 31st win without a loss. Jacksonville at the Bolles dropped slightly from ehe I r

;JJn) practice. There has been no directions much better, and Coach Hurso when he came about the upcoming' week: even though they were School at 7:30: tomorrow night, August level, but showed'
slacking up, out' boys are not their attitude has Improved. back to school Wednesday he Holies game, even though the beaten 20-0, the Tornado mentor and the best way to go to nearly a $3,000 Increase over .
*fli\t' Hurse says. The young "In fact, their attitude has felt fine. Bulldogs are 0-4 so far this said. see the Big Red go for their September 1069.Collections I
Torna:..3es have practiced foot- been tremendous" the coach The Tornadoes were givena 1 season. They played a rugged 31st straight win Is by Green 7
team but '
:""ball since mid-August, but I continued, adding, "This Is the holiday Monday a week a 40 game against Lake City last Bolles 1s a young Tornadoes Cave last month totaled 1
..'. because of tho open date last The 6looks like a team/ much bigger than the The trip by Green Cove Is $23,962, according to:
Frldny. ,They had not scrimmaged bul Coach Hurso lays Bolles especially in the middle 45 oniles' 'but it avoids the figures released by the Flor-

: WATCH FOOTBALL ACTION !! since a week before the could run up the middle on it, of the line. traffic fans are likely t'o meeton ida Revenue Commission, an
st. Augustine game but they contained the rugged Lake The Bulldogs run a 6-2 monster the Jacksonville expresswayIf Increase of $2,950 over September -!

: IN TRUE-TO-LIFE hit last week for the four days City attack up the middle. The defense with the roving they try to go that way In. 1966. This was down'I
they practiced and Ironed out two middle detenslye linemen monster playing wherever time to reach Bolles by'7:30.: $280 from August 1967, how LV

a lot of rough edges and kept blow in on the quarterbackand Bolles considers the strong The football team U traveling' .
@ @ [ @ themselves from getting slack two linebacker blitz one side of the offense fo 'toe. that way Coach Hurae says. ever.The increase over collec- -

iFI anti tint because of he lay-off. way or the other. Two big 200 pounders playIn To get to Bolles School via tions a year ago Is 14.3 percent PIECE SETTING Reg. $3.00

The hitting was leveled off Both teams should throw a the middle of the line. OneIs Green Cove, continue on across I 4
/ this week and the Tornadoes lot Friday night, Hume says. gapped between the offensive the 51.". Johns River bridge'toward Collections of the state's7c OCTOBER
: -"' "L"C\ : I have) been' working a great deal The Bulldogs run mostly froma guard on one side and'the St. Augustine. Beyondthe gasoline tax collections I
11 on pASO protection which was strong I-formatlon, a slot, other plays between the center bridge is a dead-end; take were down $17,000 In Brad
r f fCLOR a weak point against St. or a pro similar to the Tornadoes and guard on the oppositeside. SR-13 to the left and continueon ford compared to last month I $
NST Augustine. Bach Tornado which lends itself toa Bolles' linebackers line up all the way to Bolles In and about $18,000 compared' Special$1.49
ii knows who to ,block when wide-open type attack. directly behind the two middlemen Jacksonville.Once to September 1966. Collections -

quarterback Billy Belote goes Left half Jim !McGehee runs the Jacksonville business last month totaled $49-
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r.rv l'l I'II'' m district la reached there 682 comoared to $66,,572 inl I .
/ y are two bridges. Bollaa is pasT August 1067 and $67,273 !in I I
I,\ Lake City Tops Bolles 20-0 the second bridge and Is opposite -' September 1966. I I

.. f' the San Jose Country The two cents of the gas IlIlilllglOll'sSlade
Club. the counties
tax returned to
aJ "" .. '. i'' Via. the Jax expressway If netted Bradford $22,656 In

", TIM BARRIC For 3rd Florida Star Victoryda you go that way, take the Fuller September. I.

Mod l FJ 573 Warren Bridge across the
_.- 20'dl. ',227 X).In.. plclur. I PALATKA Lake City's the victory. This same Brokasto Star games on tap with St. Johns and turn right on

!: Tigers took the measure ot Thomas pass combination Orange Park at Palatka for a San Jose Blvd.

: RCA VICTOR COLOR TV the Bolles School Bulldogs scored the first Orange Park homecoming affair, St. Augus-

20-0 Friday night In a Florida touchdown and Ken Taylor,; tine meeting powerful Live Gas October
; Watch football action in color this fall with en Star Conference game playedat 160 pound junior back, roundedend Oak in Suwannae County and
played In the new store. The
S RCA Victor Color TV. This smart table model Is $/| QQ95 Lake City. for a 30 yard TD run., Starke playing Bolles In Jack Shoe Rack Is owned by Mr
: perfect for family viewing.Features new RCA Victor *vO 7 '- The game was tied at 6-6 half-.* sorrvllle.'
The Tigers have won tour and Mrs. Stanley Mathis of
Hi-Lite tuba for 38 more highlight time. STANDINGS
Super Bright Rollabout stand three
straight, including con Gainesville. He la a veteran
: brightness. optional, extra ference tilts. Hapless Bolle In Palafka Hollls Tinsley All shoe salesman and for 20 years
filled the air with passes at Conference flume
has lost four In a row, all inconference has been associated with Gen-
: <8 THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS the Braves overcame tn early WI.T WL.1
play, for rough eaco, the world'a largest manufacturer
6-0 lead with the quarterback Lake City 300 400 Heater Sale
treatment In their first campaign of footwear.

; We Do Our Own Financing! in the loop. hitting touchdown Carl passes Johnson and'with'scoring two Live Palabka Oak 100 100 300 400 Prizes will be given customers -
i Other conference teams, for atthe formal opening Fri-
himself nine roll Starke 100 300
a yard
the most part, did well against one on day. Top prize will be a flve-
'outside opponents with Palat out. Sophomore back John Orange Park 110 220 piece set of luggage. A pair ot _
Theobold scored the fourth St. Augustine 020 040
; Winkler Electric Inc. ka winning a 28-13 game from Palatka TD in the final 'seconds Bollea 040 040 Vogue shoes will be given some 30,000 BTU $$52-95
I Seabreeze High of Daytona lucky woman or a pair of
Beach, and Orange Park of the game' on a three FRIDAY RESULTS Jarman shoes if the winner la
234 N. TEMPLE PHONE 961-7596
knocked Rlckaida of Tallahassee yard Jaunt. Hogan Lake City 20, Boiled 0 male.
from the undefeated ranksIn scored both Seabreeze TD's ona Palafka" 26, Seabreeze 13 Lollipops will be given to ;
the last seconds of their three. yard run and nine yard Fernandlna 'Beach 21, St. children. 40,000 BTU $62.95

game in Orange Park, with pass. Augustine 2 The Shoe Rack will carry a
onJy St. Augustine losing aalhey The Fernandina Beach Pirates Orange Park 18, Rickards complete line of men and wo
j dropped a 21-2 game to made it 3-2 Friday as (Tallahassee) 13 men's hosiery, women's hats

CLOSE OUTJ Fernandlna Beach on the Jack- the they winless cooked St.up a Augustine 21-2/ win over Yel- OCT. 13 SCIIFDfLH<] and wigs, aa well as shoe AND GET DEARBORN
ets field. Starke and Live Games
low Jackets. The Pirates ran {Conference
Oak enjoyed an open date to Park at PalatkaSt
the ball for 243 yards in sCor- Orange
round out the activity' of the Ing their 6 pointers on runs of Augustine at Live Oak: Valued at
Florida .
Star member
Starke\ at Bolles FREE BLOWER
83, one and 30 yards.
Craig Busby and ROby Dob- The Yellow Jackets scored Santa Fe (Lakeland) at
elsteln, who are attaining their safety when Bill Angyal- Lake City (non-conference) $19.95
I fame as the "Tiger Touchdown
PRiCE Twins" continued to fy, a 175: pound senior guard

: : the Columbia team ]lef romp'up as In' junior and Jim end Stansel, blocked, a a 150: pound Dedication Set With Either Purchase ---

their power scoring against dina kick for theu-two'Fernan-I' For New G'ville

Bolles. Busby, a speedy 150 SAVES UP TO 20% ON COST
pound senior halfback, broke BIG WEEK COMING: I VA Hospital : 4 >
the scoring ice as he rounded Thin wilt be' iSib- biff" week OF OPERATION j jf
end, for a 47 yard touchdown of the season with three Ftorl- The new Veterans Hospital Ask
sweep in the second period.In will be dedicated In Gainesville

the third quarter Dobel- on Sunday, Oct 22, with CharleyE. Good Until November 1st .. So "' .
Baby Tigers two U. S. Congressmen heading -
stein, the son of a former pro ''
grid player, took a Bolles punton up the program.
his own 20 and scamperedall Down Bradford Rep. Don Fuqua will be .
master of ceremonies, and Rep. .ems uwP
the way for the second
Lake City touchdown. Olin Teague of Texas will be Johns OTHER FINE HEATERS FROM $19.95
Lake City's tough Tiger
: Greene, guest speaker for the dedica-
Danny a powerful
Cubs turned in two longyardage -
tion ceremonies to at
183 eenlor full'back' ,
it f..S pound scoring plays to drop the 1:30 with about this question:
,. .. .< > capped a fourth quarter Tiger : p.m. a concert by
Bradford High 'JV squad 13-0
drive of 47 yards by drivingin the University of Florida Sym- "We have Homeowner
last Thursday at Lake City.A .
All Brand Name American from three yard' out for 75-yard: punt return In the phonic Band.Grand Policy, auto insurance a Pmbnrn SERIESCOUNTERFLOW
the final ? booted
tally. 'Busby quarter
second and a 40-yard boat and motor policy, and
two extra
points. end-around 'run late in the OpeningAt now we need insurance on
of the week the
: Made Watch 'Upset was third period provided the our new Can the
Bands Orange Park Raiders win over Tigers' winning margin. Shoe 'Rack camper.
.. undefeated Rickards of Talla- Coach Warnie Adklnson Charley E. Johns Agency
hassee In a real thriller with combine the premiums into
: *SPEIDEL *J-B *ETC.BULLINGTON'S noted that offensive blockingon Grand of the relocated WALL FURNACE
-- the visiting Redskins ahead the part of the Tornadoeswas opening one total and bill us
.. Shoe Rock winch has
13-12 with 50 seconds left In
"awfully ragged""This monthly
!the game when Dave Thomas, moved 'to ftie comer of Wal- '
; a 163 pound senior end, snag- was the big reason nut and Call Streets with an J Heats like a central furnace
E. Johns
: why we couldn't get a scoring Charley
ed a 6 yard pass from quarter- expanded line of merchandise -
.. back Mickey Brokag to give drive The going setback he was added.the '
: Cameras Gifts the. Raiders the win, 18-13. Tornadoes' second of the Shoe Rack Manager, Mrs. 131 S. Walnut St. l
Jewelry aea- circulation that "blanket.of.heat"
The PAT failed but no one Sarah Lawson! nays the, storO'smerchandise HEATS lays a *
son. With wins over Gaines PHONE 964-5070
: I noticed In the 'excitement of l la also better dla- 'II
w ville and Orange Park, and across floors. Installs
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I I losses to Macclenny and ILake
I City, the squad's..record standsat ,I on-the-wall or in-the-wall '

w J 9w I The 22. JV'a next encounter isThursday. .We Are Now Taking Orders without expensive duct work.

Oct. 10 at St., ,
I p.m.Augustine.' Game time l la 7:30: For .... 1 Heats 1, 2 or 3 rooms '1g

automatic controls. .

-- w k Local Team CLASS RINGS I : 65,000 BTU'S. .$01 0.95

t w I
Wins NAS '

IS WORTH J Buy Your Class Ring In The Modern Manner Only $20.00

Pro-Am. Event i I y 1-- .;:;::;;--- '..... Down

M Starke Golf & Country Club''' IIIIIIIIIIIIII I IIII i Ei :1'."" ,. ,." ........... $11.00 Per Mo.ROOMS.
IIIII rules !
TWO r. pro Herb Herres and his arna- I permit you i : :;;:: ., "'
teur partners Bill Epps, Bob'' ;' to select your own ring I : :..._ ei: "

r A ; j ..Yw McRae red hot, and John Watson tired '-; with a choice ofSemiprecious i ptt ;iII!!:..::.:'"'" 7k' .
tAT a 14-under-par net :58 ,

to walk: off with top honors In II/I!: stones '
last Friday's Jacksonville Naval

; NASWORTHY'S\ Air Station Pro-Am Tourna-,, Diamond top I
I "
-- Lake City pro John Danielson !-, White or yellow gold ., I
brought two teams in i )
among the five foursomes tied; Encrusted initials i
for second place with 12-under I "
HALF-PRICE Furniture Sale t tI tIdal
par net 60s. i
ALL of these extras at i '
Herres, paired In the draw-'
Ing with Lou another''' COMPETITIVE I
Chaff II 1111
NAS staffer, was among a, fllll ullllllll llll l l PRICES! v
: Now is the time to Buy that Furniture you have been group tied for 2nd place In the ll

: wanting and at HALF PRICE! Pro-Pro portion of the tourna-J! Girl's Ring 6-WEEK i' __ OR >> ;f
L mInt with a 70. 1 j 1

: SUPER 'SPECIAL "It's about time," Herres Not Shown DELIVERY !
9x12 Linoleum
-- Rugs -- $3.99 ,
said. "We've been running a I SLADE GAS and
: We Have One of the Best TV Technicians in this Section. stroke or two out of the moiv
ey for a year now. It's sure

-: C. '.H. NASWORTHY Furniture and Appliances I nice the biggest to take It Pro-Am all In this In one the, .Williams Jewelry I hone' 961-7701' Starke Florida 332 West Madison StreetSECTION

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THURSDAY OCT. t:!. 1907
"RADFORn COUNTY. _TKMCOIlAPlf_ .H. ..._ ."STAIlhB.. PLORfAFlynns.Denied SECTTOV- .1 -_ PAGE FIVEr

,, the suggestion! < .of Commissioner their property at Klnysley Calf Scramble. Winners Madison Street Florida I At 13:00 o'clock Noon Courthouse, Htttrkc, Fla., for
Sewer Line PermitAt O. J. Murrhee of Key- Lake in apparent violation, I on Ortolxr 80 1087 the* eels) and. removal ,of *nObncrffte
stone Heights. J. C. Sapp of of zoning regulations. The /a) .1. R. Kelly. block house \I'.tatit. .
Baptist RevivalTo t ar Ctntrln* -A. Darby and situated .at silt North',, Otnnvo -
KingsleyThe Oreen Cove Springs attorney Commission. maintains that I illl Thfllrrm A. Dlrtklnn Street, Htarko, ViaTlti .
for the Flynn had asked the the property wtych' already Begin Sunday OnninilnBlonorH In I'nrtltlcm HU .HNt.fiil,: hldd*'r 'nititit t tI.
board to consider I It 10/12 l.c Illlln 111 nil M' Ml.' Multi h?Mllltwllliln
the requestat hRS two luUdlngrs' on It, Is II
Clay County Board of I only rive ((1!;') d"4"
County Commissioners voted Its September meeting, too small for a third one of A lioiu. hue. .nf. .awiiul. of Md,
n week-long revival la scheduled .,.
but. Murrhee 1ui! i "hi'r 1nf.rmalhm" may I inbtahed
wanted more that size
Monday to deny Mr. and Mrs. y.orY I to begin Sunday at the TVVITAT1ON=' = TO HIP HV THE At tin itffi' of (n..
J tu Flynn of Jacksonville time to investigate tho situ Harry Rlggs, clay County a Madison Street Baptist Churchat UriADROlW 'III'NTY HOAflUOK ,",uP"'lnt'n.l"nt, <.r F .mil' Inlru'II"n -
sanitarian said that his office PUUIJrC' INHTHI'f'TIONCompetitive I i"t Bradford County
permiailon to construct atton. which
a Tampa EvangelistVan Th.- Ucard, ,if. t'uMI.. Invtruirvi
sealed bid will
sewer line across McCoy The Flynns are involved ina would not permit the Capps will speak. bt rei.*.lved by itu >trndf< itl "II"n..'r. ". thi. rlsrht t? HIi ,
Street at Klngsley Lake for law suit with the Clay Flynn to place a septic< tank Services are set for 10 am' <'ounry Hoard. of Publlt Ino,,"' 111 I i r" .Ir"< r any or all bids.Thomas .
on the side of the where tlon until 10:00 1M.. Nnvem- L Can\ Jr
road ..
access to a septic tank. County Zoning Board over and 7-30: p.m. dally. The revival ,h."i 7, 1907. .ut the offl, t. "if [Ihn vupi in'" i .hnt
The; board. took action on placing a duplex structure on the duplex Is located. They will run from Sunday Superintendent. of Pnlillt, Intructlon 10 u: 4t 11 J 2
purchased property across' I y9 t. ycF ; r Oct. 13.: through Sunday. Oct. i .. Bradford County. I II

the the seek road permission and now to Apparently connect -- +, ft 1 22. I,_tr.u"_._""._._:n.llll\\lllV'__!:!\\. _'____''U'_._t''"..I'JJWN.-_' ____: .. ".._"!Ir..
I Everyone Is Invited to ati -I II
a septic tank to be
located there.Civiian i tended. I Drew Ranch Angus Dispersion

t ty I I Tuesday, Wednesday, Oct. 17.18

: Turner : In The <'lrrti..t. Court It I IIrn.II -: ELKTON. FLA.
x I ford Count)', .. ...r..llI.. On... Joi...'
:Appointed To N r rt j Hell !II 100 Hulls 3 to 5 years old.
State Committee I rliilntirrn';I C pnrjVATT, in EI9LVIN:Ir.;:: KT R.I 250 Registered Cows all young. I
I I MUTCIiNO1'Il'it: AU femUntH.I 4 1050 Purebred Commercial Cow .
1 OH1 !HAL.13! |
I 1I Conjpleteij:' organization of Notice lit hereby jclvm. that, SELLING HOO LOTS
the Florida District of under and In i-nrilani-n with Catalog & information: Phil Sanders,
the Orrtem and Judicinont
Civltan International; : will the above cauHi. the unilor-i Inn I Drawer A, Laurel. Miss.:' :39110
I find officers, and members of Hljrnait t'oinnltNHlonem/ will Ph. GOl-128-0618
sell at \ptilillt1. .. outcry to the
the Stake; club participating
highest and boat bidder for ,
I .
In an enlnrvrrt program of "ii.h the following described. ,
Civltan activities.One property In Bradford County,
Florida to-wlt:
a z ;4ti member Robert Turner The NW14\ of the NR(4( oft
e ,, a xnember of the Increasingly } t t Per 83, Twp 6 H, It 11 K, and '
lt.. t tenements, I :
I active extension committee -
ut the Mam:. front diiii. of the RCA VICTOR
holds .an Important -------'-' County Court lititme 'In Sturktt,
Z Civltan ,appointive leadership Winners of the first round of Saturdays calf crumble Hpoimnmt. by the Chamber ,
& 1u post. He ia a member of the of Commerce are (I-rj Ronald Harbor, Gone Melvin Jerry Whlt-.d." Travis
r + I tv I
Civltan Collegiate Committee. Wynn, and Joseph Starling.

,, tyr I f11EljlW"Inlroduclng all that's new In !

In The Circuit Court Of FlnrnlKkth inment for 196: .
: !Ida! Jurilolnl .. .... youh.
I i And r r R..Ir. Cou'ir.r I II
*..t :\;... 11ftNATI.AM Our Greatest Color TV Value :
vPlalntlff, vi: EMMA LOU :
/ WILSON.' Dtfendnnt _.
0/0, :A.. C. Bulletin, Sr. I'' '
Route R,, Box SOUeksvUln FIRCT '
"- North Carolina I INCw1L0It !i
He's Proud Of The
I FIED, th' t unit I for t 1 rl.V
He's the Rnntplmftnt, nf the NOTr-j t ..
Money Earned .
h.tiv">n von and the ,"' I
*< been fl> d narniiwrT vr' a
The money he's earned from you for doingchores: T.1AM>of<>nd..VriLMO"..t bv NATITAM tn p'-lnHff W1L<". "..

around the house looks like a fortune to him, but she above styled Court and
Cause and vim are r" you know it won't be nearly enough for his future. filn Your rtefi-nni or An."-.r to llilI Modal CJ CIS I .
You can be proud of yourself for being able to the Complaint B.II fllfNl therein. 'i 20'dli>,a9J.e..In picture ,
with the Clerk of the Clrou'tCVmrt
provide him with all the things he'll)) surely need I Stnrku KlorMa' ..nrt
..rve a nniiv thereof "" n an1. I Here's proof that quality Color TV Mad not be
(when he needs them), if make habit of $43995'expensive.
you a Plain If r. attorney Barton T. 1 1t9' Automatic chroma control circuitry
saving- steadily with a savings account here. Start Dou (U., 101 Nnrlhhl": :, keeps color Intensity constant. Automatic color
(9'"e. pnd of'-o nrawcr
Today. 122-1.: (Oalnenvlll. Florida on I (For a good deal on auto, purifier "cancels" magnetism that may caaa ;
or hAfor the nth div of Nov
ember. M7i and It yOU fall to ( ... II Jtr Mire and life iniuraac&O. picture Impurities. I
FULL SERVICE BANKING 1 do ao a Default Jinlummt will "., y .
he taken a.a In..t von for theIIPIl..f ; ,-. 4 MERRITT Q. THC WOCT TrU3TCD:, :: NAME: CLECTr.CJCS: : : : !
demanded In the Complaint et'It : 4
HOME OWNED HOME: OPERATED and. thereafter bald .' ,,,or uJ WILLIAMS luau. ,*..
Cntt-e Httnll'1 proceed Ex Parto rv ,
WITNRSH:!' my hand and Heal 't 117 N. We Do Our Own Financing
r>f said Court thin 4th day ofOctober1 t" :: .
The Community State Bank FlorM-l.; A, D. 1987 at Starke ..:\ WalnutPh.. 961-5391 ,_ ......u.\

reNAL) ./117Tide
Chnrles A. Darbv.: Clerk of the ; ;; Winkler Electric Inc.
OF STARKE fire-lilt Court Klhth .Tuillrlal Charloufae calf won by Jamen Supp l III reluctant' to pone with the second, fAt FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES

County Circuit, In Florida.By and For Bradford round winner of the scrumbln (l-rl James Supp, Emory Prevail, Sunny .Norman, flame Olllcej: ; Bloominjton. Illinois ,
MEMBER F. D. I. C. I Iri
i I Beulah Deputy M. Moody Clerk, Jerry Gibb. anti Greg Alvarez.' I, I II 23i N., TEMPLE PHONE .,9647596..

1019 4t 10126 I .
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, To Our Formal 0 a

": THURSDAY. OCT. 12 _

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9:00: A.M. SHARP '
OF ,

This is indeed a happy occasion for us to ex. BUILDING CANOVA

tend to you, our friends, customers, and business AND COR.,
associates, a cordial invitation to visit our new :

shoe store. Everything; is new We would like : PRESENTING Owner
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I to express our sincere appreciation for the <<

wonderful patronage given us in our former ':: THE LARGEST STOCK OF SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY ;- -

store. you have made this expansion possible.We .

will now be able to give the people of this EVER CARRIED IN BRADFORD COUNTY !! s1/

section the best shoes the market affords r, .

AI.eal savings' for the entire family! .Savings are a family. affair in our Al-L NEW STORE. SHOES FOR DRESS-UP, Work, and Play.

See wide wonderful of and let our"Fall Harvest of to t




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LOAFERS J77 or 2pr for $300 NEST STYLE ALL GOES_ INTO ONE WHEN NOT IN USE $3.00 and 5.00



to FOR FALL : ,
1199 1699 """"

LADIES VOGUE'SHOES Two pairs of hose to each of the next six lucky people whose name :

I is .No '
drawn. Nothing to buy -f- obligation You don't even have

RIEN'SSANDY: to be present to win. wL :




_ All the latest in beautiful LOAFERS; 3

LADIES $399' To $$699 TO $,1199 $099 to $599 I Fall colors and Styles. CHUKKA OXFORDS $$799

99 to MRS.\ TYLER JONES .t
MEN'S $5.99 Register for Free Prizes .Asst. ManagerriO


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-..SECTION.: 1 PAGE SIX" BiMnronncoTTNTY m.rnnApn. STARKK. FLORTfli{ ._ _ _ _ _ _ Tnrnsn\Y.', : :-.2. .T.-.E: :._.1967. /

2 Convicts Escape I In Hijacked Bus L. !I the Bradford where they County were report-Hospital Bill Powell

I ed In satisfactory condition. Of'r"\ J
Wednesday. I,

Tracked Down By Dogs In 2 HoursTwo I According officer.; to Florida the investigating Highway- Nationwide r .., ;:f..'

TT Patrolman W. E. Sundberg. ) ,

armed convicts held up Sinclair said the five con- Two of the convicts appenre'I time, >'i.i-\ from Levy 1 the station wagon was total

'guaids tiiltlng t'loin' to the I vlcta were In a mesh wire en-I to have pistols, Sinclair said. |I !1"11'! iiotu thc-rt, got 10 -lemollshed! when_ *'t swung Insurance

stat.. pi lion hospital ran a closure on the buck of the and they put guirds St.me!,I years In 1901 for firmed into the median and struck

ahimir bus Into a tree and, shuttle! bin and two unarmed I and Tommy Gasklna In th ,rni e from a stutu rood i i' I Ii m i> ''the two palm*-one head-on ii"WOMEN

led pusses, a wet elms'throiifrh' guards were In front. back with the other titre.pIlsllnl'rs. .i Roy? originally aenl."",..>.l. t., and one with its rlg.it side Says:

wild ,'ountrv off Sll-121 be As they neared the gate to It vesrn from Lnkc Cniintv. i I The car traveled .89 feet
tweon Raifurd ami :Maoclennvbefiue the compound along the Del Ho !erj started tlrlvln':
breaking 811:1:1 entering i I i after leaving the !pavementi
"' being returned t'o cu highway I'.,ere was a noUe about BO to 70 m'Jes' an hour onto theft. golf" 10 years od..," ,' i and hit the trees. Impact of PAY LESS THAN

todall within the space of like a shot In the back of the down 1'ils dirt roud anl bcfon I.1' for breaking Rnd'en >,'\ 10: i the collision, which knocked "

two hours Monday mornIng.Fleeln.g vehicle' Sinclair said, anil: the long: ran Into a pine tteo. Sin' after An escape front AI T ; the motor out of place, MEN FOR INSURANCE!

Into dense woods the guards up front asked what chit reported. Inches Correctional, .r '. I I knocked the right door completely ,
two convicts were tracked happened. They ran off into sparse!.! near Chnttahoorhee. He ii'L. I iT "" 1'IbII\.zAQa1il"' "' ''1 1I I| off and smashed both I Ii Nationwide Insurance rates for women are substantially

dawn and taken with no ,Irugl'le One of the. convicts replied settled ''hncUwonda/ oountn rscnpod l from the ntito : I . (SiinilhiTf( oxatiiliifx' thin. 19159 cbev-I i front and ear windshields of lower than for men. Why? Hecaiise

( after entr" plng themselves that truck had backfired. Interspersed with frequent, grounda' 'In March 'li!) >:.t. \Vot"I/ lilrli rriiHlinl' Into 1v.i I fxilni trees'' on the wagon caused the car t.o'' women Jive longer! Ask about retirement and .:

: In "Ines and growth so "There wasn't any truck Insight swamps, leaving the tao I caught the lI'\mp' .'"v !. ...-" 1 ( ) :1,1, I Ihr, "nitip lime 1111,1V"'III'r... how Itt. four travel 44 feet more ft came TRIPLE Benefit features. Call today "

thick' members: of the pone an:! the guards aw guards and other three prison again... In May 1D66 and iiIlMXII! In i to rest back on the pavement
out condltlnn
\\ftrt Hullnfiiatory
bad ;ij cranl to them. smoke In the back of their era locker) In the back of the caught In August vC thai.. | headed\ south the opposite "
W ircien Dewitt Sinclair of vehicle, so they knew some- shut'tle! bus.Sinclair (littrlildp wine, a total 101''''. direction to which. It had! BILL POWELL

the state prison Identified! the '. 1ng was wrong." Sinclair said that by using I been headed. I

escapes as Robert David Roy, said. "Then one of the men a seat the group mnn:iged to Mack Lee was chargedwith Phone 964-6461' 401V.. Madison\ St

27. and Ulch'.rd DesRuslers nut a pistol to the back of the pry loose the wire mesh angel at and putilln ti0nt 8alA.hlijiler to for the Till hIKh, : /} Into Palms failure to have his vehicle I Starke Florida

28. ,' driver' head. and told him he the sklnnleit prisoner out. the North titter of I thn I Ii ti 1'I, under control. Trooper j jSundberg
They are both escape artists wouldn't get hurt if he followed lie radioed back to the prlnon ford County CuurthiMine I
said the four occupants -
Staiku, FlurUIa, botwuin I 11 I
Sinclair laid "They, orders." and guards arrived shortly. H, m. imtl I.UO( p. m, on were very Iucky to
have gotten away before The warden said Carl Although rain had wet down Oftnbir, I 1987.! // 4 Negroes come out of the collision I II
The five StancH, correctional officer the woods bloodhounds were (SEAL
pair was among I' a OhuilOH A. Darby alive, much less with the relatively -I
prisoners being taken from the who was driving did what he able to; track the two escapeesand t'ri-rte of the Clruult ('" were InJw'erti Mack I.ee. 24. driver of the
nItitiluh ;AT l>,, '
maximum security unit of thai was told turned north ou a they were taken without a Aluody
I I"'I 11, i "ItH i went cut 01I 1959 Chevrolet station wagon, they sustained. I
prison In Bradford Count 't\\> highway toward "Macclenny, struggle Sinclair: reported. .VI J I'll r., TIIOJIASMm
of Staike on and three Slain* The wreck occurred at 3:50
the main compound which haa'. '''went down a dirt road and lie said a replica of a gun ,, ".-, fur I'l ilntlffH71 ) I passengers
I I i'" Inn ,,1.')' Av.iui.| US-:301 Mon- Pinion 22 Mildred Peterson, p. m. Monday 2.8 miles southof Natloawlda Mutual' insurance Nationwide. Muti'Hrm 'Insurance Company
.. the hospital In Union County.)I stopped. made.. --froin "soap was taken '" ,' Nitidfiwlda\ Lift iniuranci Company homi offICK. ci"mbui Ohio' I,
< >ii' ume' J P.1111 Florida' ; i.to; t \" 'i6< anti, Bessie Mae U>e. 33, Starke.
L from th-eicaped' pair but they LII/2 \ I
I I pj'm) trees. | all of Reno, were admitted to
apparently: hal! thrown awiv
I1tWL""" 'the real gun If, in fact the.

I -M-AVTAG ever had one. _
SJndali1) mid the noise th'

guardS 'I'jibnght. was a p'1"1'

shot could htwe been made toy

number of wiys No real pistol
The DependableWashers has been found.

& Dryers You Can Own! flea Roalers, sentenced to

Designed For Use With :\0'1'11'] HASTINGS MATTRESS I CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -:
public notIce H i n
is 10 different
Permanent Press Fabrics that 1D87 on the the Board 4th of d.i\C.."
large Capacity Lint Fnt. r inlsaloners of Durtfd'' int Ip to IS vmrai, ______.MI.., Furniture Repaired USED PARTS Parts & excellent repairs aN : : : I
SALES & Rinse Honda, of Its ov n "it lionafter mokes. KIRBY SALES &:
Cold WaterVanh
public notice .i"' <1 I public"t Each: noril acer IS ____.017' Upholstered & Refinished Top PrIces for Wrecked CUTS
712 N. Gainesville
2 Year Part Free >- thi>f nn' lid".pt'>. 24 Hour Wrecker Service snaiVICE Main. '
sOlution pursuant to Chapturvifrttl KYtrn <'h....",* If nut MATTRESSES\ REBUILTNew 378-7110.( tfchg
cc. -jtvnti. .'Iorld.. i j'aut liitltl I Hi .itS| MUCH _..:f'1HM .... : I
'>.. renouncing and dlrlt'Ing Innersprinars.i.n.1 -- F 1.0.r.--
any Interest In jArtaln :> : '?niM 't. JhiiMftP.l! l 1 ItIi )% BIX Springs '
SERVICEAS !,und In Bridtnid Count' <.'iii.. |Ii.r wttdriirn A.VA S &: II Oreon Stamp AT LAST!
tofora acquired' aa a right of Prop l'sl. Cirril or Call Hwy. SOt N. Waldo
bu ilw'era uiktKMrtll II
way tor puulfo road ; \OP PlATI1;.\ ,S-UI66,
novor u>ed for ..my pu> 1 nonUT Lees fJMI: 4481998LACY POLICY
pose. said land. bi lag rI I.! ,"inad ) E.<..h nurd' otft Ml) ,<" i' :
lLsirhe" I CONWAY For Mobile Homes
South half of tin =N'" ,>rthweit I''I 209) V' Aclklim St. FiyTTNO SERVICE I
Quarter. nt the ont4i;> ,t Stands. AgentOLDEN That Qualify
Quarter and tho South half >f UNDERWATERWEED FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air-\
the Northeast Quarttr of th' plan. rentals. Greyhound Bus CALL THE !MAN
2J Southeast. Townahlp Quarter 6 South,of Hanec Sc clnn''I I CUTTING Charter. Keep your party to- FROM: KEYSTONE OJiE STOP

East lying within 20 I, ,' aide of tho quartet i linn All Types 964-6000. tfchgr
ltn. dividing tin ei' uth ::1! INSURANCE AGENCY
of the North-went ''iu ]" >'
\ the 8outheo.it Quarter ,nd thl I INSURANCEAT Keystone Ills. 473-1692
'- South! halt of th,' "' Drag Line WorkJ. RATES
of the South'lllll( !
ciuiirtcr ter of flection 23 Township' a AUTO FIRE. BOAT THIS!: KlUtil POINT for the i
LITTLE South. Range 21 East t nU be1nir C. Gardner DOYLE E. CONNER way you write. Come In and
"N" rtl) I
AS WE FINANCE South 080; fei't from PMONK': IMU-7720 IN8tTRAKCB) AGENCf elect your favorite GSTKR-: I

and the Board of County Com tfchg BROOK fountain pen. TELEGRAPH. ': Ready Silt: Concrete, Concrete
mlaalonera haa by propel reaolutlnn SILVER ANn LAKE: .\ ( : KETTLE I

$ 1O'1h ren ,"i." -.rt $2.700 to $3.500 OJ: .iO.llB: 1 It31-1C,09> NOW MOBILE! homes ..Chtckastia ninrk. Sand, Rock.
\ OUR OWN) claimed any right of Bradford Cement, )Mortar, Steel Oyster
County and ti., pn 01.1 GATOR DONE LAKE\: I 20' & 24' wl
J to acrlbedMtnuaa the lands herelnubove de $3.575 to 1.275: TYPEWRITER RENTALS Clemson. Lnyton Trav.l l Trail and -2 bedroom apartments. Gra-vrl i'rwiwt, ; Untel. and .

Buy The Best! Buy Maytag \ my hand aa Chairman Day week or month.--Br\CI.: ers. Liberty Taylor. Azalea, Unfurnished 2 bedroom W, liuluw Sill.. Everything:
KSTnitUS: !
Bradford of aald County Board Florida at Starke thin. i( I r' ford County Telegraph.. Phone buy, sell, trade. Year bank fi house. W. H Nollman, 510 fur ]Masonry {Construction.ANNOUNCING", .
4th da- -' IBS" See S. E. McKay \1-6305.) : tf nancing. Buckeye Trailer Mal.t.Inc. If. Cherry St tfchg:

D. L, Shuford. 8678 Roosevelt. Blvd.
Aa Chairman ot the Board of Keystone 2 BEDROOM HOUSE for
Winlder Electric Inc.I Xummlailonera.Attaati I 473-1710 or 173-11VI: I) DWELL Orange Pak 264-2131., tfchgr '
I rent, unfurnished. 621 1 :2p:!: >person -
Charles A. Durby.Aa A New
rtionci, 173-181(1(
.> Clerk of auld Board.U. 10/12 : I RESENTSCORNER Myers Power Tools St. Ph 964-5219. tfchg I

PHONE-. 96.1-7596 234 X.-TEMPLK..:JIVE.MARY l.- ... ... THANK YOU NOTES-Beau-, DID YOU KNOW It'J easy to Area Headquarters ''For MAN age :S3 with emphysema Ready Mix Plant

\OTltR OF !SALE! tifully engraved In gold or own a Longchamo Home LOT Laivnmowerm -' Power Tool would like job not too strenu 1 atKeystone
Notice la hereby given that. ..illrer $1.23 for box of 21: Including Convenient two bedroom ous. 30 years experience ascarpenter
.-, -r ., .,> 'n thc .Fin-il. ..ludM1 I I Better built for Floilda::! 11"- McCulhtth Chain 8aw I Heights
Bradford l home,' large comfortablerooms :9 years as peddler.
ment of Foreclosure entered In envelopes." !! < Ing Your plans or ours Pumps & Water Systems
p -,.. niirntiLlurl. \ tul.I In tho ountv Te'eprrapK.' tf Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- I with screen porch and BrlKK Jk 'Stratcon '.)nginem Call 964-8793. Stp 10'12
For Better Service To
cA1ERPAINTS: Circuit Florldt, I will roll the proii-' HO 557-Priced Riiht'! 43crE'S ford Mitchell, phona 964- car pert. Rentals !Sales! Service THE RIGHT PLACE to buy That Area.
orty. situated In Duval C.iinly 6853. P. O. Box 238 Starke 1 low monthly payments. 230 N.E.: 16th Ave.
clean used We
with creek. location furniture. do
1' Florida described! na Need Small Tracts, close! In 376-3111
\ Lota 46, SI 52 East one-half for poultry farm. Jujt, tfcnj Two to 20 acres. Have buyers Gainesville household moving.: Two houses We Will Not Be
('4) of S3. Runt. one-half (%> tfchgr for sale. Fenncll Bargain
of 60 lots St, 63, Woodlnwn $7700. Terms. 'waiting Undersold.
bectlon 81, 8, Si according t'. NO. 550 two Miles Out. 3'' FOR SALE-BRTCK HOUSE FOR RENT-i room and bath Center. Ph. 961-5337, tfchfl- \
map ef Woodlawn aa mapped acres on U. S. 301. Older !3! bedroom BILL fOWFLI.Rral tarnished Call 964-

In ready for occupancy apartment.
and shown
and platted 7 ROOM FRAME- : house for Bradford
lln records of Urudford County home. Only $5500.STROUT 1'a bath. Located: Just I r'l-'''e 6832. : tfchg
sale. to be responsiblefor :
alxtv' Buyer :
Florida, and. containing lens Tn KKALTY outside of city limits inPlnebrecze. 401 'V. Madison I St.Phones Contact L. O I
(60)( acres more or moving.
2117 N. Temple Ave, IMMEDIATELY PRO-
monthly NEED
Include: cne tractor ami lawn Easy : Off. ORI-6464 Powell 964-6993. tich7
mower now located on said Fin (POD) OBI-BOOH 1 tprms. Longchamp Const Co. I PERTY ON KINQSLEYIiaka. EngineeringCo.
premlaea.12Wiies.. : Contact Buford Mitchell: WE J J BUY used furniture, appliances Contact Bufori: Mitchell t
pone 984-6833 P. O. Eov or anything of value phone 944-6853, P. O.
for cottige parent work.Minimum
238 Starke. tfchg Dnhmera, Discount House, 061- Box 238 Starke. tfchg HELP WANTED 1
I : education 9, age 21 7023. tfchg ,
plus. a hour 5 day week In FOR SALE- Portable Weld- MALE

Custom Made general married couples work: FOR SALEResidential 01 IngCUstom built porchesand Phone Starke

same shift. Qualified single AquaticPlants Income property on two lots patio rails. Ornamental]

EVERY For Florida Living persons also: accePted'', If inter- I \ Ready for oc"upancy. 2V4', post, metal strips. Oil drums! I WHY MISSA 964-5403

Get Move i ested. apply in person only. i \ & Snails blocks of downtown shopping stands. Hwy. 16 North. Turn PAYDAYThe

YOU! Personnel Office. Sunland Area J. R. Bulllngton phone off at Crawford Rd. Phone Keystone Ready

For Your $ $ Training Center, Onineaville.4tcht 964-7271. tfcht 964-6113. tfchff Mix
2ND N'EREE 10112 University. of Fla.

No Salaried or Commissioned I HOAX TRAILER never us DRAGLINE and Bulldozer i needs Keystone

Employees; FOR SALE-White Acre and' ed. Outboard Engine: 3hpnsrd -.- work wan ed. By the hour or 4734285FOR
very little. Will tell sep contract. Claude Prescott. -
Blackeyert peas. Clyde Cone. I Building 'MaintenanceMechanic
DAD & BRAD LARSEN arately Ph. 964-7474. Up
Write P. O. Box or
Brooker 483-J521 or
phone $3,300 RENT 3 rooms and
LIKE TO WORK 964-6149. 2tch, If)1() 12 FOR, RENT -Unfurnished 3 phone 964-6495, Starke. 4'19' bath furnished cottage. 515
YOU Benefit! bedroom house. Easy: walking Grounds Keepers $2,880 Nona St. tfchjjCOOD. :
FOR SA1.E--Rpt.tel".1, ; Dur- distance to shopping area THE IDEAL HOME
boara and from with Ph 9B4-84Q3 tfchg central
I oc pigs. !gIlLs Modern. 3 bedroom. : USED TYPEWRITERS -
: INTERIOR LATEX WALL PAINT II I AU Sizes jn Display champion bloo 1Ine. A' .o bred EachPurchase FOR SALE 15 ft... chest type heat and alr-conditlonin! Janitors $2,700 from 55.: Standards and

1 8-10-12 Wide* sows. J. S. Eunice Lnwtey. I Lot 125' :x: 150'. 1H baths. Portii.ble Also. Typewritersfor
Reg. $ 00 1ft Bath phone 782-3463. 4tchg 1012! deep freeze good condition Bargain at $16,500 with $3.- Laborers $2,880 Rent. Bradford County

., .,.. .. 'p Willie Brown. Ph. 964-6581
3" PER GALLON and Expandables Tropicaland Itch 500 down payment.-A. J. Telegraph. tf
FOR RF.NT-2 bednom unfurnished -, Thomas St P. T Nalln Tel.
Gold Fish
JO TH/5/ fRtE house with space WANTED Service Station 964-S701.\ Itchg Plumbers $3,540
New and Used heater. Newly decorated 817
To Choose attendant reliable someone
FOR SALE Two bedroom 1 full) timework SELL OR TRADE FOR
MfrMahon St Phone 8H4-7527 Permanent
who needs the work. Must
house at 851
From concrete CITY PROPERTY Cont.:1ctBuford :
8-Yr. financing available or see Tommy Lewis, 1118 have driver's license. Candy'eGulf paid vacation.sick I
E. South St., Starka. Mitchell, phone 964-
Pratt St. 2tchrf 10112 Full Grown. First Station. KeystOne large rooms; 1600 sq. ft floor leave insurance. 6853, P. O. Box: 238 ftarlce.

Use Our Rental-I'ur. Quality Tropical Fish;; Heights! Ph. 473 4793. Stark pace; lot 100 x 90 Priced to tthg

chase PlanPaymentsUnder FOR RENT Unfurni her! 2 Regular 89c Value phone. 4-R70T tfeh' soli. Itp Apply In person to

$50 Per MonthNOIEF bedrom house at 575V.. Pratt! LOSE: WEIGHT safaly with
r.mlMu"I.l': '..9 P,:'': .. St Contact Mrs. R. r., Mun- "'Swordtails FOR SALE Kerosene circulating FOR SALE Marlin 30-30. CENTRAL Dex-A-Diet: Tablets. Only 98c
dorff at 639 E Laura St after 3 heater and stinc pistol grip stock:, with run
i'IiIA7I'A: '; '; ;;;' il'1fi.ii: 1.wts ,iiiPQ ..W.\.jj.i'i... .,\. .:'. i.. 1 5 "'Platy like nrw. 3500. Phone after case. $75. Phone Sti-t-5537. EMPLOYMENT at Mitchell Drug. Ifttp 11133!
p. m. tfchg
1:3': ... CENTER
11 Reg. .$529 .....os ROI-EZB 33:; ? LIQUID GLASS SJ:.. :: *Assorted Variatu FOR 5 p. m. 964-5936. Itchf Itebz FORMING DANCING CLASses -

''I HOUSE PAINT_ HOUSE PAINT SINGER Bids. "E". CainesviUe.I' Ballet, Tap Aero etc.
I ,
: JJ:J ." I1 Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE DI\L 5MoIllesAll $1 room, central heat & air alsc 'o work In clothing] store. Fla. If Interested call 9647093.Itchff
NOW ,I fire
g o place. roomy Crysta \pply Jerry's Thrift Shop
I &.'-", .1 Live Bearers Lake" Call Collect A. Q'' U8 W. Cal St. Itp Equal Opportunity

GALS. ]MVT1C Smith 8-9 a. m 338-5713. I Employer NOTHING DOWN $55.00
2 '" Full Lake Privileges!' ,
fOR.'i" FOR SALE- 19ti Pontiac.Catalina .
Jacksonville. Itohg mi). 5,500.00 total. 2 acres
Ji Homestead Exempt BILLY ROSE I 4 dr. sedan. Air '
; .izid"1; ? : MACHINE:, Must place! in I w'2 bedroom partlall/ furnished
1'79& :. Financing: Gardens 12x57: 2 BEDROOM Trailer I power brakes and cteering.: 2tch? 10/19 home. Go 2 N
: :_.. ...,..;:\ your area A-l shpe; ZlgZaTi. \ Aquatic miles on
I makes
I ,....".i.'" t but.tonhol's.fancy 21 South house for rent 800. Call 964-8542. Jack Carter. road beyond Farmer's Mkt.,
WQ."I"'I'\I4': '''' ..'''''"'''''''" ''I''''''' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''I'"N'II1"12 I Lake Geneva designs sews on buttons Highway ished. 1123 N. unum.1 2tp 1 |119FOR FOR RENT Small> 2 bedroom
a Inq. -
-- ----------- --- ---- ----- appliques. momOTnms! Keystone Heights! Fla. furnished house. 734 N. Wal- 7th house on rI ht.

MARY CARTER CAAHin A COMPLtTI LIN OP PAINT t MINTING. ACCM4OHIIS. etc. Sold for new for over Stnrki tfchj, SALE-41 acres of land nut St. Call 964-7444 Or 964- 2tch 10119:

S Trailer Sales $300. MUST SACRIFICE.' FOR SALE Motor Bike I In oraham area. L. T. Beebe 5070. Up

Carter Paints Just pay balance $63 or assume I FOR SALE2 15 H. P. 1966 model. C. J. Sohaefer' Ph. 462-1130. Alachua. FOR SALE 6 month Old
Mary 011 Route 10O One Mil !SK! $8 monthly payments' Wizards 3500. 1-1966:! New 964-6655. Itp 2tp 1019' DUE TO ILLNESS. forced to Beagle puppl1! Ready to

i Keystone Ilclirhtii Cft'l Credit Manaitci COL- 6 H. P. Evinrude $300.00 1- sell my interest in Tuck's train. 3 grown Beagles. fe.

Open Sun. & Evenings I LECT Jacksonville
102 E. Erownlee St. Phone 964-7025 anytime Will deliver, vi ob'.tgatlon. : Pump Shotgun 8500. Call I bale. Phone 9646742.Itchrt weeks old.- Reward. Call 94- P. Rhoden 964-9964 or Ph. 485-2538 Brooker after 5

_. i 1:;=-'--- -1 lOIS, it 1023, 1 S64-7708. 2tcha 10,10, 7812 or 064-7596. Itch 163-1152 Waldo. tfch.:: pt 2tp 10-19







ministration that appointsand u-s.

confirms men to the Su- Question: A friend of mine

M preme Court that has a reprehensible who has been ill won't be

reputation. I able to complete high school
.. .
hope the people ahow displeasure until he Is nearly 20. Will he

e'a for those that will be drafted before he gets out

let a court take prayers out of high school?
No Parkie -- No Tickle/ Oct. 9. 1007 of public schools and force Answer: Selective Service

Dear Mr. Matthews: communism and ahtelsm Into regulations provide\ that a

Already, as a result of police business district, and .. With regards to your editorial the schools. I hone the registrant who Is a high

i department vigilance, parking "Whereas, a recent survey Indicated of October 5, 1967 "No people speak out of their displeasures school student and satisfactorily
Alternative." of a group of polo- pursuing a full-time
to blossom that the two-hour park-
are beginning
spaces In the stated editorial you tlclans\ that wll tax the people course shall be classified In
|| on Call Street, where none existed ing limit in the central business recommended and predictedthe for fancy salaries, unlim- Class 1-3, as a high school

before. Chief of Police Bobby district is being flagrantly vio- re-election of President ited expense accounts and student, until l ill) ae graduates .

Biggs and his department have lated and ignored by the public, Johnson. I can only offer you then make the tax payers ; [(21] turns age 20; or

started enforcement of the two- as well as some of the personnelof sympathy for anyone who pay for their campaign ex- [31 I drops out of school

hour parking limit, and resultsare the businesses concerned now can entertain such a thought pense. whichever occurs first

readily apparent. The new therefore"Be as going to the polls and voting Mr. Matthews, don't get Question: I became 24

chief said that real "honest togosh" it resolved that the Boardof for that monster or any your hopes up high, you needto years old July 6, 1967. If I
of his comrades. get out and talk to .
some enter college as an undergrad.
parking tickets are being Directors of the Starke-Brad- 4 4s Lyndon Johnson has been of the people other than the uate student In September

given out now, rather than the ford County Chamber of Com- branded as a "political rack- cheap politicians that come 1967 wll I be:: eligible for a

warning tickets that were plac- merce strongly recommends that eteer and has proven time af- at high price. II-S student deferment?

ed on offending cars during the the parking limit regulations of time that he wears the proper Respectfully, Answer: No, because you

first few days of enforcement.If the City of Starke be strictly en- brand. The following facts H. H. Mott have passed your 24th birth-

the Police Department needs forced, without fear or favor, in .a should) prove that Lyndon Brooker, Fla.' day. You may, however, qual-

r'' moral support in its efforts along order to improve the serious Johnson"comrades"and should every be one Defeated of his- ify for a 1-3 classificationas

this line it received some last [ a college student! 1 If, ab
shortage of parking spaces for at the earliest opportunity.
the time for
week when the Board of Directors customers wishing to patronize While campaigning for you are ordered
Induction full-tlma
you a
of the Stark -Bradford establishments in our central election LBJ accused what 25 Years Ago and: satisfactory undergraduate -

County Chamber of .Commerce business district." he called "The Opposition"of student. Such a classification. -

adopted a resolution commendingthe So if you get a parking ticket, creating fear when there By Alice McGarvey Is effective only until -
of two-hour was nothing to fear. He wenton the end of the ctudent'a
resumption and are in the wrong don't ;
parking limit enforcement and gripe and running to City t\ to point out that the academic: year.
go United States had the pres- Students In every part of
? urging its continuance "without Hall with a tale of woe or a plea .1 tr tige of the world and that he Bradford Courty cooperating ,?yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyBavless

fear or favor." that you should be given special and his had the know how to In the salvage drive, collected

The resolution said, in part: treatment, even though you vio- 4S 1 : i ; end war in Vleanam with- 60,000 pounds of scrap metal Hiwav

lated the law. Take your medi- I in a short time and a minimum for the war effort, before
"Whereas, in recent years .ace--) cine like and then resolveto loss of lives. When school started In 1942. Brooker
a man
quate parking for customers has LBJ made this remark I said: Indents held the record by By Mrs. O. E. Croaby
abide by the parking regulations -
become the deciding factor in the "He's a liar," he has proven collecting: 27,000 pounds. Al-
success or failure of many 'Busi in Starke, just as you would just that, but others believed though all reports were not in, .A,4A..uA..auu
nesses and"Whereas expect to do in Jacksonville or : and thus voted. the total fa date for each Congratulations to Mr. and
Gainesville where you know they ,. LBJ and his party have school was: Vanderbilt, 100 Mrs. Irvin Young on the arrival

it fs generally acknowledged are going to be enforced.We ':'".. ... .. "'''i/-t.'W'/ 4t!,*.... rnwYh.t criticized former administrations Iba.; Graham, 200 Iba.; Rising, of a baby girl Saturday,

I that lack of sufficient should not blame the Police NEWSPAPERS GET of wasting tax payers 1,200 Iba.; Lawtey Jr. High, Mrs. Myrtle Barnes Is the
This criticism cer- 11,876 Brooker Jr. 27- maternal grandmother.
I parking space is seriously hurt- Department for our own willful money. ; High,
tainly was justified, but 000; Colored schools New' Congratulations also to
ing and even threatening the future disregard of laws that made
were --. those Washington hoodlums River, 50 Ibs.; Sampson, 100 Rev. and Mrs. Sam Medelraa
existence of Starke's central for the benefit of all have wasted more money lbs; Water Oak, 200 Iba.; of Perry on the arrival of a

FARMER'SThe DIARYernor than any former administration. Lawtey 1,200 Iba.; Starke, 2- son Monday In Alachua Gen-

J Getting Readers To ThinkThis Some of the present 000 and Hampton, 2,000 lbs eral Hospital. The paternal
waste will live with us for along grandparents are Rev. and

prolonged dry weather" making: a pitch for a time. What should the Construction had started on Mrs. M. D. Medelraa.

is ,National Newspaper continued through last week- iJ1 spot on that ticket Not to people think of a retirementfor 100 residences at Klngsley Mr. and Mrs. Sherman

Week! and the slogan la "News.. own."The longer I live the more I end and held up the setting mention the big races for LegIslature sweet little "Gold tAzgers" : Lake to be built under the Crosby and children of Gainesville -
out of berries by growers who for Congress, and who If successful as
papers Get Things Done. We like believe auspices of the Federal Housing were Saturday dinner
the value of editorialis
an depend on rainfall. Those who then, of course, the contestsfor hook so-called
some can a Administration for rent to his
to think that's true. : 'guests of parents, :Mr.
not so much to the day have Irrigation equipment have (.I offices. and
carry county Supreme Court Justice
war workers, mostly civilians and :Mrs. O. E. Crosby and
Commenting: on the observance to convince 'been able to set out plants s .
everybody to that within few
or com- rt be assured! a employed at Camp Blandlng. grandmother :Mrs. J. L. Johns.
Eugene Patterson editor of The fort the good and convert the evil. and thus hold to the usual They nay over In Lake But- years she will be able to acquire Total cost of the project was Mr. and :Mrs. Albert Norman

Atlanta Constitution said: To achieve those goals the aver- schedule. At present It does ler that the only two things the modest sum of $45- listed at $3 OOoo. The larger of> Gainesville ware
editor would not look "Newspaper editorials get age have to be a houses per Sunday dinner guests of Mr.\.
many berries by Christmastime Union County are football and wants to vote for a man or month and the smaller for $34.
things done. At, times, I've won- lot smarter than he is. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and
which Is only about two
his who would "By orders -
We're footballnow party
politics. having The site chosen because
was Mrs. J. 1. Johns.
dered what. By now, I think I "The true and lasting value lies months off
of the President"
and the the dust
Sam : by time Camp Blanding employees can .
know. By McGarveywill :Mr. and Mrs Vernon Tay
They get people to think. In getting people to think for settles on the gridiron, the naturalized citizens of thou- get to work via water trans lor of Jacksonvile and Mr.

"They may think, the editor Is themselves, to talk and to argue The new Agricultural Build- be a rip-snorting year for whistle will blow for the open- sands of Cuban refugees and portation, thus saving: rubber, and Mrs. Charles Newman

an idiot. The Atlanta Constitu- and finally to decide whatever Ing Is going up fast and it will politics In this state, as the Ing round or politics, and then spend more money In caring and 'because It was thoughtthat and children' of Fairbanks

tion is rich with readers who they want to decide. certainly be a handsome ad- COP nal'ional convention will the sand will really fly. for them than Is spent on our the houses would be read- ? wore;//II guests of their parents, /

hold that opinion. In order to "The editorial doesn't have to dition to the! "ag complex" at be held in Miami with the Gov- zens own? old Who and want helpless to vote citi-for ily disposable as summer rentals Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newman

arrive at it, however, they must be right..' But it does get things the fairgrounds. That area J1o.s. ,aJrlmJpJ.atradon that has after the. war. Sunday.Mr. .
and Mr T. N. Nor
considerably. since *
read his grown up
((1)) unsatisfactory, argument "done. sanctioned and encouraged
the time when only ,the Starke Governor SpessarU Holland man, Mr. and; Mrs. :S3don
and then ((2)) justify their "It gets the people to think." Farmers Market building was NEWS And NOTESFor .. civil disobedience to the tune announced a war-time speed Sapp, Gerald Norman and
of millions of dollars then
there. limit for automobiles of 35 Miss Annette Padgett were

I A Million Dollar ProblemTo Today's HomemakersBy .," tried to, make respectable honest citizens hardworking miles per hour. Those who do Sunday dinner guests of :Mr.

not observe this limit are "giv and :Mrs. Barney Egg era in
The fall flowers feel responsible? Can a responsible -
yellow are Martha Sue McCain ing: aid and comfort" to the Jacksonville.Mrs.: .

help work out a budget for ran some $440,000 last year, were out In. aU their glory now, Including County Extension citizen vote for a enemy the governor said. : Bertie William and v

his town is a privilege every citi- raised $15,000, water sales were clumps of rudbeckla, r man that has been responsible Mrs. Neta Barnett of Jacksonville -
Home Economics for so-called civil rightslegislation
themall. Agent
the most of
:Mr. and
zen should be allowed Years of jumped $3,000 to $52,125, and that denies the October 4-10 was proclaimedFire were visiting
We have transplanted some .
sitting with the various boards sewer service charges for com- of that? variety from the SantaFe ....'i -I-: __ people the right to hire Prevention Week by the Mrs. .C.and C. Crosby Mrs.Tuesday.Mr. Homer

around the county have convincedus mercial users were increased to section and they are taking whom they please and many !president. Every farmer was Stearns of Tavares spent
there's like SPILL NEEDN'TSPELL spect. If necessary, apply> detergent others but in all taking away cautioned, to have on hand the
nothing it. bring in an estimated $5,000 more hold and spreading In the Saturday night with Mr. and
Almost nowhere can be foundas a total of $23,000. "hatchee" next to our home. TROUBLEAn again rub lightly as the freedom of choice of the following: Mrs. T. N. Norman. They
accidental spill the A ladder handy that
on wash and rinse
much work and (That Is the Seminole Indian you people? dinner of
as problems were Sunday guests
many Granted, part of this increaseis patio or the kitchen floor is Usually It's advisable: to Teach to roof
word meaning stream, whichwe Mr. Matthews I beieve Norman.
with which so few will find easier to if A barrel or tank of !water Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
actual because of increased serv remove :you wipeit soak out as much stain as
leas the
have adopted for the that the last time people Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford -
satisfaction when the darn thingis ices and rate hikes away promptly. Stains that possible because hot water, and buckets.A .
rather than
elegant word "ditch. ) went to the polls to tote a of Gainesville and :Mr.
finally balanced. Just aa with simply anticipated growth. But .. try and set are hard to re-' or the heat of Ironing can man Into the governship of pall of sand to put out oil and Mrs. Freeman Roberts of

the family pocketbook there is it's still not good practice to bal- But the flower that is really mov On patio or porch fresh set stains so bleaching is the State of Florida contraryto fires.A. good chemical fire ex- Palatka were guests of Mr.

never enough money. ance a budget by adding to your putting on a show at our place stains often be flushed necessary. your recommendationsand and :Mrs. C. C. Crosby Tues-
can tinguisher."No
Take the City of Starke for Some treated fabric,1<:l' turn predictions, the people night.
anticipated income, although we Is our Confederate Rose. It is away with a hose. If there's Smoking" signs In all day
example. In three sessions during loaded with bloom, and produces yellow If chlorine bleached.:.'. voted for a business man Our community extendsour
have .
seen more than one govern- grease in tho spill pour on a barns and isheds.Equipment
Powdered peroxygen bleaches with some Integrity rather sincere sympathy to the
the week the white flowers
past Council slashed
ing body follow this liquid detergent full strength to fight forest
practice.But of usually are suggested for than for a cheap tw>-faced. family. of Carl Johns who
and added to their in- which, in the course a day
expenses, the Bradford library and then flush it away and other fires.
County permanent press political hypocrite. This action -
come until they brought their turn to pink and then to a with hot or cold water froma Plow fire lanes around fields. passed away Sunday.
treated fabrics. Follow label
now operating on its own deep red. One thing about the of the people has saved Thursday guests of :Mr.
hose bucket. Stubborn fires out of fields.
budget into balance. In or Keep
justifyingthe needed $5,000 from the city and plant we've learned is that It directions. the tax payers from being and :Mrs. C. C. Crosby were
stains Good advice even today.
require a -
$55,000 difference, the Board bleaches include turned! over to the parasitic Crawford and
got only $3,500. Some pay raises does beat In full sun. One brush broom. Peroxygen Mrs. Otla'
twice burned the midnight oil and or sodium and element of this state. I beHave David'and
were termed inadequate by department bush we have that is shaded Indoors spills perborate grandchildren,
members worked sponge up potassium monopersulfate that the past action of The Tornadoes lost to Lake Darrell Wayne Flakes ot
some on the heads and the council has nod? done well at all. and then .
wash required.But
document on their-own. as bleaches. It's wise to test all the people Justifies ms in beHaving City 24-0 In the first defeat Gainesville.
members themselves. The Recre- Indoors or out don't delay -
of the season
fabrics for colorfastness before that when the people Randolph Crosby of Max-
Recognizing the fact that city ation Board fought to Courthouse officials have for splls often ore slip- .
keep $5,000in
uslntr any bleach. go to the polls in the next ville was visiting his parents
employees are underpaid, the the for been making suggestions to pery and cause accidents. One of the outstanding' social
budget an assistant HOW TO BRAISE A general election that they the C. C. crosby. Friday.
(Council went through the pro- recreation director.In the architect on how space for STAIN REMOVAL ON WHOLE TURKEY LEG will respond In like Manner.I events of the season was a Monday/ guests of the Cros
them in the new courthouse DURABLE PRESS AND
posed budget presented by Clerk the end.Tuesday night no- should be allocated. After the TREATED COTTON A ,4V4 wholeleg drum- believe that when the reception held at the USO USO No. ,bye were Bobby Crosby and
Merrill Edwards once without body was' satisfied with the budget votes have been cast in 1968 1 Club to honor the new son, Bobby Jr. of Gainesville.
meeting. with the architect, Immediate treatment Is a stick and thigh from a director, Julius L. Thorn and
cutting salary increases depart not even the Council mem one official remarked: "I Just key to easier removal. large turkey Is enough for you will find that the people Mrs. Thorn.

ment heads included. But the bers. They fully expect to get hope that? when we do get the This rule applies to all six good servings' and some dont care for an administration Athletic Dept.In .

spending bill was still over $19- criticism for pay raises in the courthouse built I'll be thereto fabrics, but since grease and smaller pieces for other uses. that supports a Supreme Need Of Wire

000 out of balance. Police and Fire use It." Meaning of course, water stains are harder to Turkey legs, often frozen In Court that disregards the
With Councilman Neil Tucker Departmentswhich that completion of the buildingis remove from some syntheticsand pairs, are available in most purpose and intention of the SELECTIVE For Tennis CourtsThe

who is amount to 10 per cent com- at least two years off yet, treated cottons, fast action market areas but not necessarily Constitution of the United
an accountant, viciously pared to about five States and In the of SERVICE School
per cent for and that In the meantimenext with them is especially\ In every market. They name Bradford High
attacking his calculator, the Board the Utility Department.But ( spring) there will be an Important. are a thrifty choice for a civil justice turns loose mur- :Athletic Department needs a

again went through the documentand the budget has been gone election. Non-greasy stains such as good, high quality potein derers, raptsls. international' Questions Answers donation of wire to use as)
sliced each employee's spies and other notorious back stop for tennis courts) to
pay over several times not just once. black coffee, tea, fruit Juices, food.Braising
increase so it would not exceed Its makers realize it is far from For some reason or other, and carbonated drinks usually is an excellent way' criminals to victimize, the be placed on the newly paved

10 per cent, although in special perfect. women are getting out of pol- are no problem it they are to cook turkey legs and public. I don't believe the Question: Last year I attended parking area back of the stadium

situations a few actually: do. As itics In this area. Recently flushed out with cold water Drumsticks for a tender pro- people will approve and ad- : college only parttimebut .
we say, nobody likes the will attend full-time during Mrs. Carolyn ''Dyal said a Cite
Ruby Johns relinquished her duct. Its easier to get deep
To balance Use enough
the before they dry.
budget with
new spending bilL We have said council seat In Starke, end browning of the legs If' they' my Junior year which of wire, chicken wire or
water to flush, out the stain,
even those increases, the Council nothing here that can't be sum- now we hear that Ethel Reddish art thawed but they may be Joint moves easily. Cook 2 commences next September. stronger new or used will ba
then towels or
added funds to the city's antici- med up in one sentence: will not run for reelection and tissue to blot use dry wate COffee cooked from the frozen state, 114[ to 3 hours, for frozen or Will I qualify for a student greatly appreciated.The .

pated revenue. Income usually Every citizen should realize as Lawtey city clerk, and with cream up may requirea either braised or stewed. thawed legs.Turkey deferment? wire should be approx..

grows from $15,000 to $20,000 per just how difficult it is to work that? Janle Nichols will not second treatment with a Defrosting turkey legs take leg may be sliced Answer: Ordinarily a registrant imately 10 feet high and any

year at least it has for the out a year's spending bill; each seek re-election to the Waldo dry cleaning solution to remove about 2 1J4/ hours to braise; and served hot or cold or cut who attended: college length down to 1ft feet.

past 10 or so years, but that is could be more understanding if he council. The old saying in grease. For all grease 11 cooked without defrosting, Into chunks and used in salads on a part-time ba.sU last Prospective donors are
politics U "If you can't stand side allow a little more time. casseroles, and tews. year would not qualify for 'asked to phone the Athletic!
normally saved back for cush. stains place the stained' -r
a had
ion. Clerk to sit behind that table. the heat, stay out of the kitchen of garment agalnset\ a blotteror Rub flour seasoned with. > Fresh. apples combine well, deferment In Class II-S this Department at 944-6470 or
Edwards explained. In Starke it's getting to be a ," but you'd think that women towelling. Apply cleaning salt and pepper Into the skin with other fruits for Interesting year because he was not thena end word to BK3.
current sales, which $1,000,000 problem. and brown the In hot salads and desserts.
would certainly be at solvent with a clout and legs full-time student. Your local

home In the kitchen. work from the underside of fat. Add a little water, cover Wedges are interesting In board's consideration: of Adjustable Vinyl BOOK
Caution: Fumes and cook over low heat on shape while minced applesare mitigatingcircumstances(
garment. Covers All sizes 30 cents ea.
4 The Bradford County Telegraph But from what we hear from grease solvent are toxic top of the range or in the most appropriate In some might, however. result in at The T..lemi hv

ESTABLISHED 1879 there will be no shortage ot and some are flammable. Use oven at 325 degrees until the recipes. their classifying you In Class)

candidates In the primary elections them only with adequate ventilation

1 E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher coming up next spring and away from open I '
11 especially if the Republicans flames. I NAYt' GOTA
Nl 'II
o 0 Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published OonttootulyUnder continue to grow In strength. If it Is Impossible to flush ASPIOtRI HOW CAN I co ANYTHING! EUJSPAPER! walt

(1 .ts4/ The Same Hart Htoad. From appearances, It seems out stains immediately, thenas A'SPIDER( cnARu& VKILLHIAW-; HIT NEWSPAPER HIM WITH A TO ONE!UnBOAOFOOO /'
1'OMPubls.bed that the old Democratic reign soon as possible soak colorfast -

in the seats Is a thing of the washables in cold wa-

each Thursday and entered a* Second CM. Matter at the Port Offlo past and that from now on the ter 20 to 30 minutes and

at Starke Florida under Act ef March Srd, 187. general election In the fall will check the stain removal. rjYJ

Subscriptions' tm trade area! 1 year, ".00; 8 months, $ .sa be conclusive on. the local, Some stains) require overnight -

Outride trade areI 1 year., *LfiOj C mwUha PolO county, and.state. .levels. soaking. After soaking
rub detergent into the stain,
One thing la certain; 196$ wash too garment and to-



Tl 11'RSHAV. OCT. I!. 1187!
ftR.lUtF'URI>> rottNTY Tn.Ffm/rn. I1TARtPl, FLORID'" 1
--- I ICHAIU.1:8 I of ,the property. n. .,.Mlliiir u> low ""' P'op, tvde.'ribud
sEAL) purpriflr or \otltlK for dletrlt t tTruji'itea the doavrlptlon
( I such jertlfl. ale
FOOTBALL I Ivytor and the namea. In which It wasItlMSaed in
BANTAM [Jtiftritt l tax
;years. !: A PARUY liiul
All Princess contest Is now will Of old lo
ni'.lit .
Saturday : Ttlflc-ate
TTTT..TTTT..TTTTTT birthday to the CourtBy I the lilentilum an u follow.C.rtlficat. .r
sympathy Clerk of the Clrt$ ult onuiina
I Brook Jr. CIIEERLEADERS Also our of. hlifheat hldd r al the court
the Tear the
boys were: invited and enjoy- :! at of Heulah !M. Moody DeputyC1'r" 10 S 4t 10/26: No 91
Those competing Mrs. A. B. Adams': la In family of Rev. Fred Green Issuance. 1964.nearrlpuen. hoses dour on the first Monday -
bay ride on Starke.j High School. I month of November,
BROOKER ed a Funeral rervlces of Prep.rty S in
of the cheerleaders Jacksonville. I/N It 1011o'ru'l' ,
Branda Hayes Ricky charge NollrB Of .tppllrnllua For the ell day ofNovember
where they were treated to a are: Jacksonville KT' of Lot 4 of OUK S3 In L T 1987. which In
Harrell. for the Bantam Football were held In Tea llrvdrr. 1967.
Rhonda A COS. 8/D.
barbecue supper and then attended carroll 1IM.I. e'. a.NOTI'E of October.
; The following girls will and burial at the New River r ) Naino" la which aa.*SBadFltXNK Dated this 28th day -
By Jeytle StofceVRFRISE Emory John Knight. team. arrorSanrr with the IS HKHEnY ((11VEN. .
the Calf Scramble at Dwight morn- In I'rovial" K WIUUAM8 SIT! AL 19<17
Peggy Stokes, Preston Wilson be helping our boys on to Cemetery Wednesday "" "f "... 'Ilnn :210 ,9. KlorThe that Mr FrurikIIII m-. .Ml of acid property bolnaIn ( "EAL)
/ i
the Fair &
AAAAAAI Is the brotherof "l..t'II,'.. Hoard <>fI. the) holder .r the followingrtirit \ Darby
u A
victorythey are: Cherie Ing. Mr. Green Ida thi> roomy >f Bradford stale Churlm'
FAMILY: DINNER Thressi Jones. Phyllis Brooker., 1,10110I""ti, u,. 'h.n,. "f Uiudfnrdei .- .ut.. .M hoe" rilfd paid < '1Ii. i 1- ., "r lrult ,Court nf..
H-l.' rlda CliMk
of .f
BIRTHDAY HONORS SGT. ROBINSON Jones. Christy Rifrgs. Stephanie Hinton Brenda Jean Bass Russell Green Count Hnnls' ,.\K* notli. ',. .it"l. 101.i i .t.ix .h.I -rl, to I.. ,. 0''ad ford. .......nty. Fl..i l<1a
of Apopka Is .. ..,. ,. 1 III Hill,1\! lt" Oi' ,
Mar-\ Donna Gall Melvin Natalie Mrs. Leila Russ ; I Hint an iwttnn. will\ be b.i.lNov Ixxu.d tl in Tlw"'IU.al' 10/B It III J&
ztgTY Sfrt Charles Robinson who Porter. Billy Rest Stephanie Mr. and Mrs Ned ...n11.e1, 7 198r for th- f 111n1I.i and <.HIH' ...f ,..11ah' I nt *p 4h til i lee i 1.1.'l l '
Mlsa Valarie Bri U>n was will leave on Oct. IS for Viet tha Stokes, and Rickey Mott Qulcksall. Kathy Jones. visiting and Mraad .

pleasantly surprised Friday Nam. was honored wiih: a two others Edward Allen and I Porter Judy Bass Hicks and family and .
night with a welner roast at i family dinner at the home of Sammy Holmark have been; Pat Tetstone. Christie Rlggs :( Mrs. C L Atkinson wek. I

her home on her 14th birth his grandmother. Mrs. Alberta chosen but these two have Patsy Edwards. Martha Stokes other relative this I II

day. The Invited P.st..s met Stokes. SUnday. Out of not been confirmed as yet.I Connie Reid .Wanda I OPEN EVERY FRIDAY TILL 9urEST

ai the Clvio Center. !and then) town guests. In addition to,, Votes are ic each and no'I II Rayborn. and Betty Sue! Par-

went In a group to Volarie1 Set. Robinson and his familywere |I doubt you have already had i I rish. Mrs Adams Is proud of Colored Citizens !

home., Outdoor games were : Mr. and Mrs. DeneyStokes young people calling on you I the number who turned out

played and enjoyed by the 25 and family of Jack- for votes Boxes decorated In for; this and of their enthus- NewsGIRL I

guests who attended. In addition sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Carl various designs are displayedin iasm. Their first game will

to the hot dogs birthday I Martin, Mary Ellen Minor the local stores and most, be played in Starke. Saturday back the clock
cake and punch: were and LAmar Robinson of Ft i have a picture of the candidate night at 8 p. m They will NOTICE I turns

also served. Myers. Mr. and Mrs Tommy on top. Winners will bsi play Southern Discount. SCOUT in JoinIng -' I
HAY RIDE & CALF Purvis and family of Ne'1I'ber-,i announced and crowned at, LOCAL LAD) WINS TRIP AU !girls Interested Girl \

,SCRAMBLE ry. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe i i the annual Brooker PTA' Cecil Wade Stalnaker Vice the Brownie or to please I for

Sirs W C. StaJnakcr hon- Vickery of Alachua. I I Halloween Carnival Oct President of the Starke Scouts are asked Elizabeth 1 A"

ored her son, David with a CONTEST UNDERWAYThe 28 Chapter of FFA left Saturday -, contact Scoutleader Al-
his 14th for one week to Kansas Walker at 064-6633, Mrs. I t
birthday party on Klnz. Queen. Prince ft I at 964-77-
City, Kansas. Cecil won the tamease Chandler
1 I trip to Kansas last year but 13, or Miss Francis Jenkinsat Ole p A
I I was unable to go because of 964-5373 for I
This he, Parents are asked to pleas.
68 Buick Skylark I a broken arm. year
the girls
went along with two: other) cooperate In getting
I for oJ.i to meeting and in purchasing -! WE ST
Bradford county boys ,
whole week. We sure hope uniforms. I Time
: Now we're
$2664 talking you have a nice trip. Cecil Is Meetings will be held> at'
the _
during .
the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. RJE High School .
I club activity period. Watch I .- ...

your language. I C.Mr Stalnaker.and lrs.r.. S. Hayes. the bulletin board for sche cash & carryflJIEJING
Airs Stella Lovely and Mrs. dule. I Values !
Edna Hayes of Gainesville SERVICEMAN' BETURNS I I I
We also gave Skylark a new were vllatlng Mr and Mrs. N. Sgt. 1st Class Clifford Lee I

wheelbase.We shortened It by O Hayes Sr. Sunday.Mrs Kelly, son of Mr and Mrs '
three Inches.It parks easier.And you'll of Lawey returned -
Zedra Hamilton. Mrs. Clifford Kelly I J
think you're driving a sports car.
Eva Harrell. Mrs. Iv% Douglas home Sunday. Oct. 8,

The engine runs on I and Mrs. V. N. Williamson after being stationed with the MATERIALSSPECIAL
We Skylark a the Alver Armed Forces In Germanyfor
gave regular gas.Now you can take? I attended New !
brand new look.And we gave her It easy on the family I Baptist Association at Bayless the past three years

*price tag you can afford.$2664: budget and tra"elln style. I Highway Baptist Church During his stay there he server -
Is that talking your language r Monday.So as an aircraft mechanicand IS \ SAPs.I.Na
Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick? I glad to see Mrs. rf. C. received three sromoIUons. : '

-_-..._ -.a..r c_...NM..w rue Douglas up and about after Many friends and natives r ae.ili.. ndeb lbe Mee'.ea1 m MILLERS

-.n 00,-W as.M..M--e..a.a./pal-.,.-. 1 spending several days in the were on hand to welcome Na.tlty.r b pae! 0.Ii ded the reilhe5 pleb..q arN y d'rn'a
a e..w. LM"to .y Mrs. Emmie 1.ai weal'. uses a..p. '
him home. I
Alachua General Hospital.
---.w- : 7 'i.zzs
-' -.- John Green of Memphis L. Doster. his sister who, I
---- I
-----1- Tnn. spent the weekend: with teaches In one of tIle public

his parents. Mr. and Mrs.\ A. schools In PttzgeraH, Oa. :

L. Green and Mrs Pear! was among the out of town; A p 1r

... I Markey. guests to greet him.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes CHURCH NEWS =
I 1
spent the weekend with Pleasant Grove'- MethodistChurch I S HEAYY DUD( FINESTQURLITY !
.. I Mr. ana; Mrs. Lucian StokesIn Rev. II P. Hud!on I

Palatka. pastor: Church School I, 10 a.
,. Mrs. Hazel Harrell and m. Morning Worship at 11. GUARMNTEW FOR LIFE !
.. I daughter Sharon. were vtlst- Afternoon service, 4 p. m All:

Ing Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eddy members and friends Invited

in Palatka. Wednesday.Mrs. C Mt. Plsgah AME: Church

.. C. I* Atkinson and Rev George Young pastor. ClAW HAMMER

.. Mrs Ethel Russ spent the Sunday School, 10 a. m. with
(Jay Friday with Mr.. and .
Mrs. Anna Wright In charge.Morning NO.IAIT REb.
.. Mrs. Jessie Win Duke. Jr.
Service, at 11. j67
Mr an-"! family In Gainesville. 2 9
Evening Service. 6:30.: Rev
I We extend our sympathy; to Young has just returned i PRICE
\, the family of Mrs. Bertha '
from the Greater Florida
I Stokes who passed away on I'
Conference held In Madison

:. The'68 Buick( are at your Buick dealer's now.He's ready to talk your language.GREEN I Oct.conducted I. Funeral at the services Rock Primitive were- last week. I SUSPE ED. PT NAND SAKi
The officers and> member ,
I Baptist Church at TIUE
Brooker Wednesday afternoon. are grateful to the Bishop I CEILING Sa0.ue6 I9 RKJ: 1
; } BUICK J( CO. for sending their leader bar
Mrs. Stokes was a fqr- .for I SALE 25
: met resident of Brooker, and another Conference Tear,I p PRICt; t
132.131 N. Court St. Slarke Fla,.. U.TUfan .
had been In a rest home at James AME Church I 5q
Arcadia, for the past nine Lake Butler. Rev. Levy Len- I. \
-z--------- -- -- non pastor. Rev. Lennon s 6
resident of Starke and::: Bradford -' I HAND R/L G

County has Just returned -' White

I [ AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY from In Madison an Annual last Conference week.-' wo.l boo 59 R'e.ccaeeataaavaii .

Rev. Lennon has rxutorrd: at C'it\ T L..,.- ..'c"" SAIL. / 3e5o
f Macclenny: for the pat nine i *

years. and ;has been ttationed -

AUTO SALVAGE.. 'Farm and Industrial LADIES: WEAR Office Equipment at Lake Butler for the Ceiling Tile 5tlP O ISIT PtI RS

Equipment 1 last four years. He has returned -

BRASINGTONOADILLAOOLDSIOBILE Cherry'sGainesville's for another Confer- << '
: Hancock Office ence year.. 3 i

e Most Fashionable Bethlehem Free Wl'l! Bap- 10 4 5'i

: Iocs. Santa'Fe Tractor, DRPSSESSUrp.COATS Address For Ladles EquipmentSmlthCorcmaAutortzlld tint Kay Church pastor., Rev.Monday Lewis night Mc-, Whit"

Fine Selection of Used Cars Inc. Board No. 2 will rehearse at SCREINORYEIS

Taken On Cadillac Trade 7 W. University. GaJne.vUleIEN"S Dealer 7:30: Tuesday night Choir No.

: :ZOO N.W. 13th. Rt. <441< FORD 1 ant 2 rehearse at 5 p. m. fptAL 0a-UoIC.H STANDARD -

a PHONE 378-5301 :\ WEARL Clary-Victor-TotauteAdding Wednesday night Prayer 1' RI"Cr.IIUGIIT" .

'Farm Tractor .& I Meeting. ; SAYINSS SALE PE .1.19 J1J
Implement Thursday night. (
.. .
& L Men's Shop Machines CatclIlatOl'7SALESSlIRVICEIUCNTALS
Ladles Circle meeting. #
Friday! ,'Gilt: ROOM. .. { i3 ... HeH
Ford Industrial Equipment .I. "Hlu..IPSthe
: CRANELINCOLNMERCURY night Prayer Band Meeting. Y blFb,
li Florshelm Shoes ice
USED EQUIPMENT Dinners will be sold from the I easy way i.tS.1CC' 63 h
Peso<< Pluma Suits
SAVE!: TIME!: Disease' yom kitchen Saturday. Sunday I

Authorized Sale A Service SALES PART SERVICE Ladles Sports WearS School at 9:30.: ( Morning service -, YiS + POCKET CLIP.iT'.t.lD""O'
Arrow Dress Shirts requirement with m* flret. "0. 35.5
: 606 E. Unrverwity GalnesvUl PICK UP & DELIVERY at 11. Evening service, ASBESTOSVINYL snit' 29 l '
R''S .
e Phone 272-4261 ; 13 W. UGlve""". Qalneavtlfr 528 N. lade St. GalnovUl 6:30.: Visitors always welcome ;

i 4483<< N.W. Sixth Gainesville I .

Crane' Imports Phone 376-2548 MOBILE I10 IESMUSTANG_ Phone 876-5561 Greater Alen Chapel AME I Floor Tile

Church. Rev. Lv A. Sampson I I
Volvo '(Merv d -Gana) pastor Sunday School 10 a.1 1 ,

J FIAT-niLLMAN m with Mrs. F. B. Delestre, _
: 2201 N. Main Gainesville GARDEN SUPPLIES Mohile Homes, Inc. PAINT &: GLASS in charge. Morning service at onl,. 7lL2 c BvxD'.

Phone a72-<<373 I 11. Choir Union will be held square
I Galnmvllle'a' TMwonnt Mobile at the church at 3 p. m. Tlle

:, I I Home Sariea Lot. Liddell Paint & ,,ening Service, .9pm.. zt /0
Beauty Academy Purchase discounts on entire I2"x12"ngware'u.allto"' .
Johnson & Paris Inc.!I'chain guarantee huge savings An Appreciation Service milable law',lo,. prl .. r
Glass Co.
1 will be given Sunday night TodayLOCATIONS ,..

Complete Line of I I KTANIZE PAINTS A. Samspon by members of \

Beauty Academy j SEEDSPLANTSIn.ecUcideePet I Used Mobile Homes Low Greater Allen Chapel lor the -

Priced. With approved credit! Glass'Mirror Sliding Door- splendid leadership he has 43
: Learn a Profession In Your SUppUMFERTILIZERS low as S100 down. given the past nine years.

: Spare Time. Full or Part Time I I 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North 1 Tub Enclo ul"M-S1lowe. Door Rev. Sampson will leavefor

: DAY A EVENING CLASSES I Gainesville 378-134 -WindowsAwnlagCerpetWallpaperStorefront Conference In Jacksonville -
Low .Tuition Terms _CALL COLLECT on Nov. 19. Tt Is the WEST IN It STATES!
"We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' wishes of the officers and! __ I.I&J
: 219 N.W. 10th AT*. :MOVERS(
.GalaMvWe 378-2766: 224 N.W. 8th Ave. Consul tattoa. members that he return for'
/, another year. I STORE HOURS: '

PHONE 372-0476& e Long Distance Moving 116 N.W. Sixteenth St.I Mon.-Frl.. 7:30.5:3:
: CONCRETE PRODUCTS Local Drayage Sat., 7:30-4:00<<

: Gainesville Fla. Storage Packing ratl.g I GAINESVILLE S72-8191 OTICIC TO URPKXD 3330 N. WALDO RD. .
THAT ALL YOUR I. ('I.e.le'part.. Bradford GAINESVILLE '' -
: INSIST Shipping ('''..'1'. Flart4.. Ja Chaarery. 10aOl'
:. ABE TOE BEST FROM JOHN: 11AKUES OWN .. 1234 S. Orange'e. 1 'TILEOcat.

i : ..Edward's'Building & Storage, Inc. NOTICH: Marl.TO APPEARTo Arlen Marc.u Orlando ISOV.., Michigan I .1 FOR LIFE{ !
Ave-241.5444 ,
: Supply, Inc. National Sewing OlinYou are hrot notified that Tampa S306 N. 56th St_ UYY.cnt A.t
to- 3540 N.B. Waldo Rd. a .ult for DITo,.,.' h.. been our Te15sfWCU 25" ...
72C S.. Main--3724844GAINESVILLE. << Gainesville 372-4271 flied ajraiaat. you In th.,abov. 629.7181Jacksonville AS C I= .
Machine Co. Inc. ,..._ .ellsSL3550671
: FLA. named Court and c and 1143 Harinea. 2 N.

GLASS CO. INC. MUSIC copy' ar uf* yoaiuan.w.r. rplu0' b.e. :' .", antYandln. .._ ay
,. -
New Home Pfaff, Ntlco. ins to the complaint on nPlaintiff. E... ... ,... II6a.rke eye .
ELECTRIC MOTO33ELECTRIC Attorn.r Hon. door' Jackionvill ISO S. Edge- _. -,...y r.si: : ".p4.
Lipham Music Co. >. H. Pt rc.. tOl-IOS 1 Tm- wood .r. te_. to 4rark has ....
Universal .
"EVERYTHING IN GLASS" Sewing Machine pie l Av.. Hlarke, Florida, and 5.
til* Cite orla-lnal In the ottlc.I Pensacola 100Ave.-33-0571 East Blount and
: Co. Store Fronts Mirror GalDMvflla Shopping Ctr. Bales A Service of the Clerk of the Circuit <438-0375< ,
Motor Repair '''I2- 3M Court on or ...for* th. 13rd. ,
I New Units of Ovlob.r, 1517. olh rwl ,.tellan run sew ItICI5wt
110 N. W. 10th Avenue Nearly $3 monthiy'i day
Glass !
: Of Ctalneavfllev IDe.Rep&lrinl'Rewin41nC. Windows Sliding .. the jtll. ratloa. of (aid re taien -
AuthorizedBaldwin Comnjalnt will b* taken a.
Budget Terms Available
: Doors Tub Enclosure cnnfrMUvfl by you.
New and ,Used Pianos & OrgansGuitar. til W. University" Gainesville This nixlo* shell b* ..lObllh.lid ) -
week for fourconn.tullr -----
8033 N. K. Waldo K&Calne Ono vacli
Gibson Goya In th. Brad'ford
878-1334 wk I
WORK Drums Ludwig Sllngerland Count T.cr.ph. .1
I I. \
Phone 372-8313 TlU 37C-2084 Fender Standard Amplifier l...t.d thl. UUs day of Sep. .
I 1'
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W vvVVvvvvv.yyyyyV'VV Alvarcc. A great number (of KINOSLEY LAKE BAPTIST CALVARY BAPTIST
family connections m--t and IIOMLCOnilNGThe ,I

enjoyed the fellowship. Those I Sunday School 10 a. m
LAWTEY attending from here included:! Klnrtsley Lake Baptist Morning Worship. 11 a. m
Mrs. Lois Carter Mrs. Oscar Church will observe. Its annual Training Union 8:30: p. m

...By .XnzA. Bluteh&rd Carter. Mr. and Ml's. Carl Homecoming on Sun- Evening Service. 7:30.: Prayer

, .... ....... .. V Carter. Mrs. Leon Starling day. Oct. 15. Dinner will be Meeting Wednesday 7:30p. :
and Owenn. and Mrs. OeotrgJ served at 1 p. m. fallowed bya m,-Rev. R. H. Butler
I I CHURCH ACTIVITIES Shuford and children.We hymn sing in the after- pastor
Orace Methodist Sunday are pleased to( note noon. I Everyone!: Is welcome to

School 9:43.: Worship 11 a. m. that Pat Crawford son of Mr. come be with us. AIRPARK BAPTIST

and 8 p. m.. MYF,,6:30: Sunday and Mrs. James E. Crawford

The WSCS met at the Is almost well of the mumps Sunday School 10 a. m. -:.-. -- _.. ,- -.- -,
Church on Tuesday evening which have kept him confined and Larry Jr of Jacksonvillewere Morning Worship 11 a m. '- -
of last'week with 10 present. for several days. vlistlng their uncle and Training Union. 7 p. m. Evening -I

Homecoming' will be Observedon Newt Strickland of Tampa aunt. Mr.. and Mrs. Oscar service 8 p. m.-(Rev. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST RAOFOKD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH

,I Sunday Oct. 15. !Everyone and his daughter Mrs. Elmira Carter during the -Vffkend. Leroy Olive Pastor. CHURCH CHURCH; CHURCH CHURCH
Is Invited. Another visitor cousin, was Schedule of services 'Sun I Sunday School lOa. m
Rice of Orlando were a : 10
Sunday School 10:00: a. In., Schedule: of Sunday a. m.
First Baptist Sunday also of Jackson, MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL: services: Sunday ,' I Morning Worship 11 a. m.:
I Sunday visitors of Mr. and C. B. Smith, Worship 11:00: a. day School 9:49: a m.- Morning Morning Worships 11 a. Bland
Morning School 10
am. Worship, 11
School 10 11 Sunday School 9:43: Morn- Evening Worship 8 m..
a. m. Worship Mrs. Owen Anders. Worship, 10:45: e. m. p.
7:00 7 rn.-Rev. .Leland
I ville.Mr. Training Union : p. p. A.
, and, 8 p m.. Training Union Mr. and Mrs. deorye' Pri- and Mrs. Wayne Nor- Ing Worship 11. Training m. a.m. and 7:30: pm. Training Training Union 6:49 m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
8.00 : p. Baker
Evening Worship. ; p. pastor-
I 7 p. m.. Midweek services vett Howard Bowen and man of Miami spent the Union, 6:15.: Evening! Worship m.m.,, Union, 6.30: pm. Rev. Jack Evening Service 7:45.: MIdWeek 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at 8

;Wednesday 8 p. m. Miss. Linda Craft were visit weekend with his mother 730.: Wednesday meeting Wed., 7:30: Stolte pastor Prayer Service Wednesday Thursday Visitation 10 'p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pas
Prayer Meeting 730. Choir a. m. and 7 p. m.
Church : tor..
of Ood
Sunday ing relatives In Homersvllle.da. Mrs. Beulah Norman. -nev. Virgil Lovett. 7:45: p. m
School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane and Practice, 8:15.: p. m. CHURCH OF GOD

a. m. and 7:30: p. m, YPE Mrs. Barbara Burts of Pa- Karen of Deland were Sun- -Bob L. Cooper, pastor Pastor. 432 N. St. Clair St., Stark 8MTBVA! MISSIONARY NEW RIVER, BAPTIST I LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST

Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer latka was a Sunday visitor of day visitors of Mrs Selma BATLES3 HIGHWAY Sunday School to a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. m.
service Friday 7:30: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Melson Privett. Eunice and Mr and Mrs. J. MADISON\ STREET CHURCH Worship Services 11.. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.
BAPTIST OX W. Pratt St. Sunday! ,
i Highland Baptist Sun- H. Eunice on Sunday. Mrs. J. BAPTIST CHURCH and Morning Worship 11 .6. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallen Sapo 7:30: p. m. YPBS. Wednesday services Training Union 7 p. m. Evening -
: Sunday 10
day School 9:45: a. m.. Worship and daughter of Jacksonville H. Eunice's brother. Tommy Opportunities for service! : Sunday School. 10 a. m.; ( 7:30: p. m. Prayer MeetIng School Worship 8 p. m. Training Union 8:30: p. .m.
11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. were Sunday dinner guests of Godwin of Gal esvll1e. was a Revival Sunday, Oct. 15 Morning Worship Service 11 Friday 7M:! pi m.-.Rev. a. m. Preaching a. PI. Wednesday night service Evening Worship, 7:30:

Choir practice 8:30 p. m. Mr and Mrs A. P. Pearce. Saturday visitor I through Sunday. Oct. 22. 10 a. m.; Training Union, 8:30: L. S. Williams pastor Training Union 8:13: p m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.L. "Prayer Meeting Wednesday
Prayer Service Wednesday Visiting Mr. and;!, Mrs. H. Robert Dyal who has been a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Rev. Van p. m.; Evening WorAnlp 7:30p. : i EvenSni*. 'Worship, 7 p. m. I Parker pastor. '7:30.: Vernon N. Williamson

,1:30 p. m. E. Priest and Lamar on Sun- stationed at Ft. Leonard Capps evangelist; Jack Rahn m. i PINE LEVEL BAPTIST I Everyone welcome .- Elder pastor. .

On Saturday evening all day were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wood.Mo., is spending a I song leader Prayer Meeting Wed., 7:30p. : I T. C. Williams, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST

the young people of Highland Williams VVelborn end Mr. leave with his parents Mr. I Sunday Sunday : m.: O. A.-.netinll. Wed.,I Sunday School lo a. m HEILBRONN BAPTIST

'Baptist Church surprised' Mr. and Mrs O. R. Summerlln. of and Mrs. Leo Dyal before reporting 9:45: a. m. Morning Scbool'l 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal. Morning Worship,, 11 .. m 1 FIRST PRESBTTERIAJTSanday Sunday: Bible Study 10a. Sunday School v:4J: a. m.

!land' Mrs. Ralph Wise with a Lake City. to Fort Lewis Wash. at 11. Youth Choir Wed., 7:30: p. m.: Brotherhood -I Pre-esrvloes [Booster. ban,' : School .::4S a. fc. m.; Morning Worship and Morning Wonmlp! 11 a. m.
party In celebration of their Mr. and Mrs. Bob Treat of where he will get his new as- 4:30: p. m. Youth () sup- meeting last Monday Young People, and Prayvi: 'I ;Morning Worship 11 a. Communion Service 11 4. m 'Training Union. 8:30: p. m.

i blrthdaya. at the home of Chicago m. were visiting! Mr. signment.Mr. per. 5:43.: Training Union !in eacH month. Rev David I Service, 8 p. m. Evening Youth reUowchlp 8 m'l Evening services 0:30.: Training Union 7-00: p. m.
Mrs John Brown In awtey and Mrs. Maxie Reddish last and Mrs. J. R. Devore 8:13.: WMU Prayer Circle. Medelros pastor. 1 Worship 7 t.. m. Midweek I Choir Practice Wednesday Worship service Evening Service 8:00.: Midweek -
!Mrs. Wise teaches the inter- and family were visiting Mr. 7:15.: Evening Worship. 7:30.: I Wednesday '
Service, Wednenday. 7:30: p 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. Prayer :
week.Mrs. HOPE BAPTIST rUBBCHHljbwar I Service. 7,3dp. ;
mediate girls and Mr. Wise L. M. McClellan and and Mrs Rudolph' Rosier In Thurs, Oct. 19-All Sun- m.-Rev. S I. Ia!I p.m. I b U. .. :
Ramsey, e
m. Wednesday.;
beams and GAs meet at theh.ch. Rev I
teaches the Intermediate Mrs. Maxie Reddish visited:; Palatka on Sunday. Robert D. Burch.
[ 100 Ther J JBttnrtay
: mi t
q'& The two classes gave Mr. McClelUns, sJster, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Charles! ftloru! ..,! 3:30: p. m. School lit" ww. Sty;'
a. m.
them matching sweaters as a Harold Spauldlng. In Baptist eyham! of Tallahassee were -.-----.---
Morning Worship-11 a. m.
xnenento; of the occasion. They Memorial Hospital Jacksonville visiting Mr. Moneyhom's Key. Luck was with them Training Unlon-j-' :iOO m.I
'also received other nice clfts. on Sunday.Mr. brother-in-law and sister!; p.
and' they brought home
: a
Evening Worship 7:45
'Refreshments were served! to and:!' Mrs Burton Rosier Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Knight nice catch of trout. p.m. An investment tn Your Future

,!J about 30. Others attending and daughter; of Palatka on Sunday.Mr I Miss Karen Lee 'who Is attending Wednesday Nigni ?"ayer
'were Mr. and Mrs. Craft and spent Sunday with *Ir. and and Mrs. D. E. Nolan; the of
University Services! 7:30: m. Rev.
Mr .and Mrs. Powell of Winter Mrs. James Rosier. of Jacksonville were Friday' Florida In Gainesville I p.
spent Merle Packham, pastsr.NORTHSIDB ATTE1I C gm
Park. John Tye. who Is attending night and Saturday. visitors Sunday with her parents Mr. ft

O"Lcno Park was the setting Southern College at Lakeland of Mr. Nolan's parents Mr. and! Mrs. R. E. Lee.
on Sunday for the was a weekend visitorof and Mrs. T. V. Duck Mr. BAPTIST 4btbps era k Lr M air ale Y alt!

j homecoming of the family of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rye Duck and Mr Nolan had a
Located on Bayraa rngh!
the late Owen and Candacy Mr. and Mrs Larry Mattox good day of fishing at Cedar .
f In The County" Juilce Court ..... ..
Ot llraillnul County' Florid.. way: [SB 335 Ralford" RoM J -M. NM 1
1. I In Prob.to :Vo. [SR 18]. Service*: HuxuU, }
1" CA.cIrtlHm""U" In Re: Ketut et EDOAR School, 10 a. m. Sundae
NOTICE TO CHUDITOR3 Mornlag Worship 11 a. m --
NEED OIL EMULSION All creditors of the estate of. Training; Union. 8-30: p. m = HIS TROUBLES'''
Edgar. Lawrence Kirk deceaad. ,
are hereby notified and required Evening' Service ,::3(). MId _
to Ha any claim or Week Prayer Servlf Wednesday WON'T _--

Shrubbery must be- sprayed! now against omandt said.which estate they In may the have.office 7:30.: -Rev. Olenn Law 'P- *

Bradford of the County County Florida Judge In of hem pastor. GET HIMDOWN

the Courthouse at Starke. _
for Florida, within *lx calendar BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCP I Forgetting his Incapacitation 1 .
maximum lie Is r.
t protectionI month. from the date of the happily
flrat publication of thl. notice. Sunday School 10 a. m -' determined to plan ahead.His
spirit not '
Each claim or demand mug e
I t Its shrubbery spraying time 'condition more capable of surviving &: Chemical Co. substantiatethe be writing and must state thoplace Morning Worship, 11 a. m I crushed.: Lit
I Starke! September' has the cold winter months. importance of this spray. addrena of residence of. the and claimant post office Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m easily is always] : full Of hope _

I ;taen set aside/ as the monthI Home owners are fully Don't take chances with and must be sworn to by the Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m and excitement; :The Lord and this.y6u gman's __
I 11 / .the application for the oil aware of the vast expense of your shrubbery. Call 964-6745 claimant his agent or bl. attorney Wednesday. Rr. 17. I I friends t e
or It will become, void Newman pastor. == Christian have taught: himto I'
/'emulsion, spray, a necessary landscaping a home, and of today tomorrow for sure. To according. to law. "
== '
.safeguard against plant pests the Increased value a home en- neglect your shrubbery at this Executor Charles M of Schmitt the Batata of FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD = have such an. "outlook din life
(and cold weather. joys as a result of a well OF" ST.UtKE ,
time could be very costly. Edgar Lawrence Kirk, deoeat- > I = "
This application should not planned AND WELL, PROTECTED ed. I I "But the fruit <5f the spirit Is lAve, joy, _
''be Don't be half-safe) Call Eugene F. Shaw West Weldon St. and
used during cold weather. landscape. The num- Rai- '
A'spray now will send plants ber of requests already on I Florida Peat Control & Chemical EUGENE 122 South K.Walnut SHAW Street ford Road. = peace, long-suffering: ,, genU?IIS,6. goodness,, T l 7t hy

I into dormancy In a healthy record at Florida Pest Control, Co. and be sure I 1 1 'Starke' Florida Sunday Services: 10:00: a.m. 'faith. Galatians. 522.: t :

I -- -- Attorney for Executor 9S: 4t. tells Sunday, School: 11:o() a.m. -= .
---- Morning Worship8: :30p.m.. h We Invite you to attend the church of your ,

C., .,A. Services: 7:30: pjn. choice
regularly to worthies be uplifted.
Evangelistic Services. ,,
Wednesday: 7:30: p.X1M:1d: enc6ura dd, and blessed.6 / "

Week Prayer Meeting /"

REVIVAL Pastors. BAV. George Green, -- \Nnq"

Jr. .
E ._
BAPTIST: CHURCUfSunday g !/j------ ,

School 9:45: a. m.i I = .. ,

Morning Worship 11 a. m.I lif Ot1Nt'.
S Training Union 8:15: p. m = 0 Ilii count. b Cod'i eppcinM, ....nq"' '" .
Evening: Service 730; p. m. I ? world"lor iprodnj, Ihi tiwwIM. *41!W low ,
:1 MADISON STREET Midweek Prayer Service I 5 lot"eon"' ..4'.1(Nil d..d. for men ii mpee4. Jif. s r -
Wednesday; 7:30 Come e A M eat, 10.. by !I.dn(, nit ndphbes, wn, t
: p. m. I
let us worship together.. = = .INN(".noI''., I InHHHI ; .Iho 'i"aof d.d ee prem.",. N
C it witty' .f way .1( M. will. tout t ,
FIRST METHODIST\ Himrl Hit. till ,frndemi vhlih M held ..' .A 1 r
== ; I d.r'will ,ineeetly, 1.ddi nerdon"en" 1f1.J.f _
,: CHURCH. STARKE === 'from. s elf'd" pint, of','.W.w..itaM.wpewr..
Sunday Church School l.' the Own IM'Hw take.(,Ihi will"..l hi",.- -.--- .
9:43: a. m. Morning Worship, .
BAPTIST CHURCH ; d nil and Mi fomllbrand. ;" Hut kowtvw, t "-

11 a.' m.; Snack Supper' f rMYF' :::. a wxy..P'...n could, .pMld'" end pemdpe le I {
8:30: p. m. MYF Meet -- _
Hl ClURn! bxouto It net the tied about' '
ings, 7 p. m.; Evening Wor.-: .
C mon. i lift, diam' god dirtily,!'IN /fnitn.fMititoiM .. =
\ shiP. p. m. == J .mill, M lilfli,! frM It llvf as t did,'" X .
MondavMen's Club, 7 p. = God'W .,
m.. MYF Sub-DUtrlct, 7:30p. : = -.
OCTOBER 15TH THROUGH 22ND m. _' >::U t :U: ; !. f ."

Tuesday' Conference. == c.,................
WSC3 Spiritual Life :Retreat 1It..JLIFeature

Youth Camp, Lteaburg-: : -.. .

ft. Services at 10:00: A.M. and 7:30: P.M. Quarterly. m. Conference, 7:30p. : .'' .

WSCS Wednesday Spiritual-Life Conference Retreat: I Published. the Interest of' a Better Community by the Follow-

Youth Camp Leesburg: Bible'I ,... ....i Mg 'Civic-Minded Business; FirmsJ J -
Study ana: ,Prayer Meeting

7:30: p. m.Thursday. 1 .

Rehearsal, 7:30: ,p. m. SINCLAIR SERVICE'U.HAUL Edwards Grocery &
FrIdayFourth Laymen's '
Retreat. Oct. 20-22. Youth Mkta ,
Camp Lecsburg' ; 'Junior,, RENTALS .
l' 6turluC: ACe Hardware
'Crecerfes.-Meat'-'Viecb: :
Choir, 3. p. m. Truck'Trailer' : PaInt
Complete Suppllea
Gas Oil ..,.. 'sod Sporting1 Good
a .
Come and Inspiring MessagesVorsmp FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Complete Lubrication :

STAXXE Mlaor Tune-ups Ph. 964-6312 :Starke. Fla. "CHECK, ,WTXH TS FIRST"
: .
Sunday .Oct.. 15 Sunday 210 '
Washington 86-1"2'0
School 9:43: a. m. Morning< 709 S. Wanut! Ph. 964-5889 'St.

: God's worship 11 a. m.;< sermon, '

\ the : F. From "Th Love of Christ Constraint DOYLE CONNER 1. et ..;-_:.... Lawson Meat Market

( th Us" Training Union -
a r 8:15.: Evening Worship. Insurance Agency AND COLD STORAGEWe

7:30: sermon: Noah's Walk OF STARKE, INC.
: SpeclaUae In Custom Slaughter
.. Lord : \Word with Ood. S-A-V-E U.S. Ing. CUttl lr'.cr Wrapping
R A. Meeting NORTH
Monday With Your Mutual Agent 3pl Pvpparoit For Deep Freeze
5 p. m: Youth Choir Practice,
Ph. 864-7600 Starke. Fla.
PHONE 904-7009
7p.m 222'N.
.' Tempi Ph. 94-7369
.,,1 Tueslar, Junior Choir
Sunbeams. 3:30: p. m. Frit
mary Choir 4 p. m. Ethel Starke "66" Service Bradford County Dewrnr c. JONES

Bl"s Circle will mief at FUNERAL, HOMES

..w home of Mrs. L. P. Dlnldns, BILL EDWARDS TELEGRAPHTYPEWRITERS' Starke Ph. 964-6200
8p.m' .
T Wednesday Prayer Meet- Brake Service Wheel Balance' ,Keystone Heights) -
ing, .7:30 Church Choir Practice and Alignment Ph., 473-.1I78:
Tuesday111bl. Class 10 612 N. Tempi*-Ph. 961-7231/ New & Used

a. .m. Visitation 7 p. ni I

I VAN CAPPS EVANGELIST/ -VI. A Hogan pastor Charley E. Johns FOR SALE OR RENT Hurst Shell Service

To whom. It may on"*rn: lit B. W.hm Ph. 944-8O70 CARL, HURST
I will not be rr.pon.IM. for
'Seek the Lord while He be found. any d..ht.. cnntrK t.4 by anyone GENERAL INSUKAJVCB ADDING MACHINES
ye may other than 'SOI &' 100) PH. 964-6111
my..lt.H&roI4 Hvy.
Jl'obGcIy But Nobody U.......... h
K. Norman Phone 964-6305
ISAIAH ;5.;):8 COS & Walnut 8tarbI
: JLawtty. pi*. ""'hariev 11:. John Ageeeet

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A first aid kit carried 0 0 STOa rZ5 I ..._. """"_'! "1 .,,_" "

aboard a. boat can coma 1JI

mighty handy. Few accident ... .. ,'"7" :
actually Bai&R boat happen but there's aboard always a ';lJ JG'"" .J'm..::.....:? .. ,......'.1aA; ;Jnwk:'''....Ii.'a".I,...t;; -. ..WL.; "_ ." .. ;:SS : ; LTrr.. Hlif.\.' \' .1 5 ,.
Limit J 1 With; $5.00 Food Order'
.a chance that one of the crew Limit; 1 With $5.00 Food Order. '.1 GIANT WHITE OR
.will,>cut' a foot or pick 'up a i
liver on the beach. .
Pint aid kit, specially designed i
to be used aboard a PILLSBURY 1 BLUE ARROW
boat, are available and recommended 5
But if you prefer to
make up your own, the ..Evln-
rude Motors people suggestthat
you include tho fOllowing

4 Itema.At the top of the list should FLOUR BAG DETERGENT

be'Several' ready-made edheaJve -
bandages -the handy kind< l!
.i >used for minor Injuries.. For
larger I cut, it's a good idea 1,1. / ..,1.....'" .. -".......y '" ""'-4,, ". ,_, .. _. ... .
/ ,
_...... .u. :, ""l t. I "- r -
to carry a roll of gauze and _:It__.__ -,---. ._ _._ : >> f
kit includes a, liquid antIseptic wNN.oltl..T..I., ,ND.-COPYOI.M'-'.."
which! should be applied to-1 a *
I I I < .t20-bz. CRACKIN' GOOD '
wound I (before bandaging. A
small pair of scissors land
tweezers should also' be Included Fa ; orites 3rt ,
every first aid kit.
Since boatmen are often sub 22IVORY, DOVE OR LUX ii
jected to an overdose ,of the LIQUID DETERGENT 61st 2d< Regular 99* 40-oz.. DEEP SOUTH s
sun, precaution should be tak- KING SIZE IVORY, DOVE OR LUX
en to prevent sunburn. A LIQUID DETERGENT 838 2ct
heavy of Peanut Butter
coating sun tan lotion 8-01 LIOUID ORPOWDER

do the applied trick.in For time severe will usually sunburn WOOLITE 79 lOd<

picric acid gauze l Ie GIANT SIZE Regular 35* JUMBO KLEENEXBONUS
recommended for Its ,healing| DETERGENT 838 4d<
pain relieving qualitiss.IM Giant COMET or Towels I 29
Even If you are not suscep AJAX CLEANSER 2.1)) 3 d< Paper F 1 I '
tibia to motion sickness, you GIANT SIZE

may have at some time or ,other FAB DETERGENT 83d 2d< Regular 27# No. 303 Can ASTOR 1. i
YN guests aboard who will

be.pared Several remedies commercially are available pre-to REGULAR SPIC &SIZE(SPAN . 29*! 4d< Fruit Cocktail I 4/$1/
ward off this discomfort. Ifia 409" SPRAYCLEANER .
good Idea to carry a pack .: . 79* lost<
age of the tablets in every first to-Gor'. PLASTICCLOROX 46-oz. THRIFTY: MAID
aid kit. BLEACH 358 '2d< '
Although the poaslblllty that Fruit Drinks 4/1./
you will be called upon to administer s2pRArGASTARCH
artificial respiration .57 8 2d< '
is quite remote. Its e good Idea l 16-oz.
to understand the correct pro- RAYON MOPS . 858 4d< '
cedure. Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation 50 CrBOOK.
is generally consideredto MATCHES 13* 2ct I
be Aie moat-effective
treat OR s f"T"T.
ment. :Illustrated how-to ex- I I I I
planations can be found in SOAP PADS e e 27*
'O many 'books and magazines. 28-oz. PARSONS 7r5
A first aid kit is another AMMONIA... . 27*. 2d< a \
n' form of f r ,
insurance. You'e&n'y 20oz. VANISH OR .
.II. it but hope you will never have SANI I FLUSH .a a .31c! 2ct '
to use It. For the few dollars
invested it's a mighty. good 1 l I \
investment: $1.39 lO .
nmHappy boating. .!/J|. 27-oz AEROWAX
FLOOR WAX . 69* 10Gal. t of
AERO-WAX a $2A9 30<8z.


'I AntborlKxf 7-m. PLEDGE AEROSOL
,. Factory f .
Hammond Organ WAX 798 1Od< Regular 39tf No.. Yi Cans'CHERRY, STAR R It'' .
Soles *: Berries Pts GULF
Learn to play the easy ,way HOUSEHOLD SPRAY 338 I 2d< '

.., Gainesville zee N. W.Shopping 10th. Av Oats. 2-oi, HCRI5ROACH T.una F$1"/

TABLETS 27ft 2d< .
asa, 12-or. SWEET 10 1 '

... LIQUID SWEETNER $1.59 1Od< r
... I o-o*. HERSHEY ; r


14-oz. KELLOGG'S

tv...,II. RAISIN BRAN . 39i 4d<

r CORN FLAKES .. 29+8 4d<. (
"'ft Earl's 1 GarageALL CHEX MATES II a 39 d 48.3<

vu',- ACTO All Work REPAIR Guaranteed WORK BABY FOOD . 8/8Sf( 9
..... Phone """' .1003. L
80. Walnut Htarke Green Beans 6/t/ /
06.00. No 300 Can AUSTEX .
AUTO'SERVICE: Chili W/Beans ? 1 tF,. ,r 39* No. 303 Can.THRIFTY MAID

Gilbert S. Brown 22-oz. HOOD PINK LOTIONDetergent \ Pork & Beans 1 10/1./

a'..'.. Standard. On Service! Station : S 71T':' 1T]f!? 33! I I
..., Regular 25*I' 1-Lb. DIXIE,DARLING
BATTERIES 3< OFF.. 1-Lb, Quarter

*." 401 Budget-N.Phone Temple Terms-M4-7071 Road Service Starke.ra .) Mazola MargarinelflQuart f 39* Rye read 2/39/ ,

Plastic 21< < Half 12 Pkg. DIXIE DARLING TWIN' BROWN & SERVE
I ,HURST'S', Hood 33 Bleach5!\)\ 35* : wessoi

a.ii E LL Rolls 2/49-/ S _
I Service StationGas O o' ',Al';\IfInner C' .

.. .. Oils ..:. Lubrication- MiracleNhite :\! \\ : 79 t Regular 39..4, Pk. DIXIE DARLING
'JI'I Goodyear Tire A: BatMrUa
ROAD SERVICE 8-oz. JIFOAM yapjjyy, 1
' -'it' SOI and 100- Stark !''f Honey Buns 29
par Oven Cleaner ? ; ; | 79* .

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rw4Sheet Metal Work. : dl!..CREIENTSTAMPSl : I ex Mm GREEN< : /la l ONI ,..... JAN : #1. HALE'ALLON' it4 1..0,.. .OTTL' : ils ....... eoTTL' 1 *W ON. PKO.OUTHMN : I in ONe.N.. I I
--.AIL .... 1-1.d. ..
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Heat. & Air Cond. a. ",... Instant Tee F Rinse I Spray Starch I 'M.It Ammonia ,. I >sF' Shrimpburgcrtaooo I I IIt Dinners. .. I
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THURSDAY. OCT. 13. 1307! nnDFoner< > COTTNTT TP.r.OnAPII.; RTARRF. n.nntnA _
fIIEC't'IUN f "OL nv*:
: ':., "
New Social

r !, ... O"" N. E Y' SAVE a T Representative/Security,Edward M t Field Warwick:. bis-

ViU ,
\ DLP trict Manager: of the Gabics1U -

i [ : *Announce, eoclal that Security Ralph OOtee.X* '

nnrtan hag been) aMli&ed
D as'a field representative'' ooverttta -
Bradford and DJxieCountlM
0 '. '. .
\ Because '.. the. In-
( r created work 'brought' on"N>y
"" (x ., tfeccotchange: : In tho Social\
\ 14. Security )aw'and also the In-
in the service ,
crease area
) ''ii _' 4I ''coun
'j'+. a'
fII:8 El e offices
,. .""j"I I ( ;;;;;::Jf//JJI./! .. STOatS ft pas> .the.Mcesaary.0lnesvU to.add...."ft..thlrtll. .It

I j B< 'i.'. ;'. ,/If-.r'. I' ," ','". ''.-...1. ,; ,r -. ''Itt'" .!< .:..._..lg.t'".';.'\, _,, P1,' .;'t'? y _lJj;;,, Jjl rIff: ,Ti.j.'_ atatf.n Gainesville'field'representative. District to'Office the

r-----.--.--.-.--..':.:.---.;-_.__.;______.._._... had broad( experience In '
hadbroad experience In

I 8 T- B'ones I I .1 I R- R oast & 5 tea. Social sjnmcnt., this Security He being U his a Administration native sixth ref of-

adhf GREEN STAMPS / New Jersey and attended
1 WITH NCWSTAKR COUPON AND WUCHASi Of i the 'Merchants St "BankersBcIrtoT
35-45 LB. ,, Whole 18/25 Ib USDA Cholco 18 2S LB. of Ehutn4sa AdmlnU-
9 I or RIB STIAKS ot 1 tratlon.t:Mr: Fontana In' New'YorkClty.Is available to
AVERAGELB. Whole 35/45 lb. USDA Choice i AVERAGELB 79
help aU Bradford County residents
.. 1 BEEF LOIN Cut Into T-BONC 1 I .
TAMl4 ond SIRLOIN STEAKS 1 with their social 'sec
PLUS 500 FREE STAMPS i coos TMHU OCT. IB I ur-ity.and wilt be at the Agriculture -
1 AT YOUR LOCAL: WINN-OIXIK: / Building,. upstairs In
,. 1 1..____._.___.______________________________ .. Stark between 9:30: and
-r; t3::' : i<:.t1Ii:rtJnJ rm;{ .:.] :"m ':" ." W Liit dt: a' Friday 1:30 i: a.of m.each on ,Monday week. and


r w' WE SELL ONLY USDA CHOICE I BEEF !Service Mrs.n TennesseeMn.fUvfU May, Held LaBine

Stark: died ed .
: : 4. in a local hospital after a
STEAK 99 short 'Illness. She was born In
.' MEAT lb. 79F Sparta. Term, May 23,
1000 and had :In Btarke
than 20 She was
f OUND. W-D BRAND BEEF PLA'TE a'members of the Baptist

8 / Church.. Surviving, to her husband
a t tw / V TEAK 1& $109 .STEW 29 frlchard J. LaBine. of Starker:;
lb. three brothers, Hobert and
Sam Henry both Of Toletio.
t Tenn.: one sister,
V :. Ethel Hopkins; of Clearwater -

1 B STEAK lb. 59 ,'/. RIBS Ib. 49'r'/ Funeral: services' ware: held
at 9 p. m. Sunday In' Oak-
.. lawn (Memorial Park In Spar-
W-D BRAND .- .' Plus 100 1 Free Stamps ti,'Tnn., Local .arranjemenU;
were In charge ot DeWltt C.

t ti V G r 0 U N wtdouponB. e e f 5 P I lb.k+ 9. $1" 99 Funeral Jones For Funeral.Mrs.Services Home Perry;

Of Hampton
I 12-oz. t>kq. KRAFTS Sliced Processed American 3-oz. Pkg. TARNOW

S CHEESE 59< CHIP. BEEF 3/$1. Hampton Mrs. Lucinda, died on Perry.arrival 83. of at

6 Count PILLSBURY BUTTERMILK.CANNED 10w*Pkg. SUNNYLANO FRESH BREAKFAST a Stark llospltal,last Thursday -
BISCUITS 2/15? LINK AUSAGE '4.9 r '. 'Brajtord.c.: She\ wa on$" borhin 'i.: to.

QUARTER LOIN SLICED INTO 12-ou Pkg. TASTE O',SEA 311. 1883 and was the d&UI'hFIS' -
PORK CHOPS 69 H CAKES ter,* of the late, Jamas and
3/$ 1.
u. < BUB$. Wllkwson AlannJng.'SurvivtrKB .
1LB. COPELAND SLICED 1TAST O'SEA : is her 'husband,

BOLOGNA ... 59? PERCH FILLETS 390 eons Jeff!,-Peru,. and of Hampton Orady Perry.: two

COPtLAND PORK both of Hampton: one grand-
chlfcfc and two great grand

F res h H a m 5 HALF WHOLE EITHER, OR Lb" 5 9 y-" land Jones at children.Paul Funeral 10:30:lyon:Memorial officiating'a.;services and m.\ .,Roger Saturday COioptl;./Interment Were Cleve-with held 1 n

was In Klngsley, Lake Ceme-
WINM' _OINII.VONIR' ''No.-coon'.NT-t..7, I I.Li. Bag COPELAND FRESH PORK COPELAND SLICED Funeral Rome In charge.
SAUSAGE 49; BOLOGNA 59*... Active "" pallbearers were
l Ib ,. ,Earl .Younger, Brown Byrd.
COPELAND RANGER! (fin 1-Lb. Pkg.'COPELAND 'I2...>...PVg. Clyde Edmondson Edwin
the piece Only) Smoked DINNER COPELAND Reagan. Noble Lee and Wll-
Bacon 49* Franksib59* Frankslb.39 t (
r I I Design

S OCOMA BEEF. TURKEY ...'-' ..... / Workshop, Set,

MEAT PIES 5/1./ By HoniemakersMrs.

Boa FROZEN FRENCH V Mrs. I Thomas' Duck publiC

FRY POTATOES 3/89/ >< Bradford relations County chairman council of the of

_______ Extension Homemakers an-
MORTON .-AMI' Y SIZE MINCE MEAT OR nounces a "Workshop in
Christmas Design' to be held
PUMPKIN PIES 3/'l/ Thursday.starke Oct.Recreation 199. at Center. the

MORTON Spaghetti & Meat Balls, Macaroni: & Beef','Mac. & CheeM, Beam & Frank from 9:30: 'a/ m.* till 2 p. in.

Economy DINNERS_ SIP'S/ e. at'Business 9:30.: followed meeting by a will presentation' start-
of :"Packing/; overseas

YELLOW; SQUASH 31.DIXlANA / APPLES 'LB I::. McCalnCounty'Extenalon
lAG J 9' .1 Home ,John Hlckox wttl pre
Tu: N'PS!; VV/ROOTS & eReP.
( U. "S.No., I YELLOW a program on "Cbr1BtTURNIP -
II + GREENS- 3/1./ ONIONS I 3 -LI :29" mas inexpensive'Design.and'"; using easy to simple obtain -
i 'household Items. This
!10 Pock W.O B3ANDBEEF: SAG about
'' .';' class will begin 10:30:
A covered 'dish '
4z. Con, LlEBv,S "PURE"- -59 will be served at noon. Memo
X 7 *. berg are Invited to come and
ORANGEUICE 6l/ LARGE CRISP:: STALKS : ".."'N bring i a friend..

APPLE Y'RU'D'EL PKG. _.Secretary 'of. State.Tom

\ 1 1-IJ! Pkg YELLOW SOLIDS SWEET. JUICY BARTLETT Adams has announced the
chartering of the followinglog /
MARGARINE..518s.89 PEARS L8.,291' corporation; Bradfor.i Rope
; '. .. Club Inc.. P. O, Bex 790.
Starke. Fla., Purpose: to ,create -
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r--- --------- ----- -- --- ----------- ---- --- --------- -- -- -- ------------ --. .. .. stimulate and maintain
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--- ; : ,
: interest In saddle horse cow
DE7tC'91-63A. ; 1EX.-rRA.> Ex.--R I EX.--R I j EX.TRA.. 1Ex.--R. # I ponies horseback ridings calf
: dx GREEN STAMPS, : I I I dx.GalEN.. STAMPS : O I 4'Jl. GREEN.... .STAMPS : iJ. GREEN STAMPS : .4',1(.'GRfEN STAMPS : I GR.nl STAMPS : _ng.' rod M-, horse- shows,
... df
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....... I .. xe... / : ------, '''' o"I and similar' events !M:' Bradford
I ile 0. rf l* ON ". CAK.WI I #2O OMC'S-LB : fns ONe '''-oa. ur ...... .. .
: #'
# e <
r.w-R.DI I J.., l ,T. P.. .''u.. I .pt. MILL TWICIt' :" y IALM.T10" /".... ; 34 ONe. -t I MC. rxa.AW : county Subscribers
I Hush Puppies J: .u,.11 Canned Ham : 11 Sliced Bacon I Pimento Chee. Je'r W O MAMOGround L NUTH1Ice I :
I I Beef : Cream Ban ., Samuel A. Brown Box 833
:I L- 'OOD Nt. LecU T..It.wMwsa OCT. t.". I I ,= aooo... _TM.L..U'N.OCTI......i..* I I r OOO... ....TMMU--OCT 1. ;I '0000 s. ...c.T.,...IS.N.OC".....f..8 I + .o T"." OCT:., ,e 'u 1 cow.,...TM1U., 0 ; ._ __ .T 'OUL WINN ".I.' WINfl !''
I .. .I -.--.. ._ .. I .. -. i ; and William V. ForsTtti.: Rt.
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------ ---------- ------ ---- -- --- 1 Box 42 alt Of Btarke. Filed
i .
r Sept. 27.' 1961 by Oeorge 11.V .
V V.. I'terc." V ...


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SECTION 2 PACT! SIX I : :....i i ... ..... I : .L.l.BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCaKAfrn, STAUKK. FLORID: __ _. TH'RUOAY.! OCT_ ,4. 1907!
-- ------

V ----r DeersTo We.. did not hurry, but wavedat Be each man's rule and universal Inv preceding 12 months. 1.210; 'Ird- HinK, !L' i 1" 11. u.' t i .iilllHT -
'i8-Point people passing and at llie Peace Bin If'In I lest nearest U rilliiKilltte I / ll.'l'', i.'' 'I I IOfricf
1223. UK, I I. U' 1.1 I ,uuucuIt.d -
Net Hunter school children. Lie like a shaft across the .. Total paM, olTfulfttlon: average ep| ,, I-'I'I ,.iii.i. ,ix, tin lnnl-
October In Indiana la a luiidt number copies each. ,issue average. nmni.-, ,, i 101.t < ialunuo h
beautiful atate with colored It acme that since time be- preredlnir' 11! ,months, 8.010 ; dm, iiiii", I IM. "' iiuiK' ,, i IJ
single issue. nearest Lu fllliitf' ."llinli-' ,l-lll", ,
N ,Merit months, ;.Ifi. III" .11-
Badge leaven
( r L1 / and the purple asters gan people have yearned and date.. :3:111(1: ( sat. ruing' ,dun-'" ; ,
I and golden rod along the road prayed for Peace. God help us Free dlsitrl'iiitlon (.l-nllnK, Total: uvri-iK-" ,iiniiit.-r,',,, t < .''1>-
\ Florida sportsmen who II I side. My heart is happy for all. Let uj. just have com- n.rnpies. ) by mall currlvr or Ice each I lee,,",, iluiiuu\' ,, i"vi. '.,1.)
I the other means: nvvrnHo numberuoplns log 12 .III..Mill".. .. I '.'"" "IMKll-,, l IX-.
beauty and of heart's:
this and Love In. !
or bounty passion our
I harvest deer with eight
i .. ."., ,
each iHfluu durlnw pru- .cue ilMUr, Ml' I I" I I III "I' .1 I 1' n I.
1 black .bear Autumn.I for all races and mankind. I'' ,
more points or edlliHT, 12 months, 2f. KlliKrIeIM' [ I rt""Iil'I.t 'in*lit I
with skull measurements at L I have been grieving and Then we can be Indeed. happy .uv nearest. to fllliiK dote' 2f illnitby' 'm" .1''. .-\ Vi" ', ....I.ii.'tand I .
1 least 10 inches long and: five /f praying to understand why, and blessed TiMnl' dlMlrlbulliiir, .iivernn,," compl, tK Ir t
1 number, t-opli'U ouch IHMUO during ; !I.
Inches wide are eligible for my dear boy that went to God Bless You everyone. pruuedlnir" 12 months,, < )\ M,
tra! honor badges which they i school to me so many years I
/ fftl may wear on their hat or and was doing such goood LOVE: LURA

hooting Jacket 8.8 recognition ( work as Deputy Sheriff and DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
of their skills in Flori Constable should be killed

da's forest and fields: <,f 4 when so much needed by his Adjustable Vinyl BOOM

Big Game Honor Badge family and the world... I was so (overs. All ilzes 30 cents ea. STARKE PHONE 961.6200
are awarded by Field And proud of him. I wept aloud, it The Telegraph.
and said KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE ,173-3176:
Stream magazine. Application aloud "Marklee O I
forms for honor badges :Marklee: I was so proud of
Pvt. DeVoe the I said It and ((;rt' Rental Services
Capt. DeVoe will be available through you over over. tnceto'K'n
Oame and Fresh Water Fish My Clay Hill school boy Mark- rn ... I
MCI*onc it a ivM
I Denton DeVoe Inspired To Enlist Commission, Dept, I-E Tal- lee Johns I loved and was sucha ,;; ,CHIT'NII'NIW.1110' WAMAMTT.,Nil..| HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
lahassee, or the Commission's good boy. I have lost so r vv _-ii ou,.."',' wti.. V114 I
Much Decorated BrotherA regional office located in many of my dear school children ,'< ii. r"
By Panama City, Lake City, but feel It is Heaven's I I
Ocala Lakeland' and West I gain and some day I shall see
I Homes Furniture Co..
desire to emulate the' Hercules], 5th Artillery, receiving Palm !Beach. Like them all in that great Place '
Cashaw Pie?
I 1200 S. Edgewood Ave.
achievements of a mach-dec-I' the congratulations of Since 1964. a total Jacksonville Florida 32205 I FLORIDA
orated older brother was a both his Commanding Officer honor .badges have been 'pre- who love Him. So I dry my

big factor In the decision of and the President of the sented, to Florida sportsmen Mrs. Garfield Johns Is justifiably prowl of these. giant tears and be gay.

17 year old Denton DeVoe to United States. for deer and> one for black cashews grown In the garden' at her homa on "Old SIC 140"; It Is early morning and soonI Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday 3:00 -

enlist In the U. S. Army Selected through competitive bear. It U pointed out that across from the Salvation Army |Camp near Bedford, Lake. shall walk down town for Saturday t 1:00:

Immediately after graduationfrom examination for officer Big'Oame Honor Badges are The oversize vegetables. nietMiina up to 41 Inched. In length the mall and try to get Gabbya TATHMRMT OF OW>KI1.1IIIIHIM -,
Bradford High SchoolIn training. DeVoe was commissioned not the results of a hunting dog collar. Yesterday whenwe InaNAWs/e\T 5. FRIDAY, SATURDAY OCT. 13 II t
and of
the them
largest weight over 40 pound They make '
I << IL.ITIOAct \
Lieutenant at
June 1967. Pvt. DeVoe, In a 2nd contest but recognition of were walking Gabby's
training with the Fort Benning On.. Officer's Idllclous) pies, similar to potato or pumpkin pies, or may be ( at October 23 IDflZ; Section -
basic now skill in big game hunting. choke chain collar Don got for Uft.., Title 30. United Stales Double Feature Program
3rd Bn. Infantry at Fort Training! School In March cooked at a vegetable.., like Hquanh.' Mnt. John grew the him broke and I lost one of Code)

Benning, Ga., plans to attend 1963. Receiving his advanced eiishww from need. that were given to her two( years ago. the rings. I put on an old collar Date of filing: October 1, BIKINI-BUNNIES:ES r VV : -

school for mechanical engineering training In Oklahoma, he be- celved his commission as "I wasn't. sure the seed. were Mill. good" she nay, "but they my dog Digger used to 1807.Title of Publication: Brad- ,. .j.: '
airborne, upon com-I came Troop Commanding Captain and became Commanding wear. You who have followedmy ford County Telegraph. Frequency ARE BUST IN'CUT / )
at Fort sprouted all right and now the vine are covering every of issue: weekly.\ Location .
pletion of basic training.The Officer of Infantry Officer of a basic cclumn many years remember teal Mmcm' n..". .
brother who providedthe I Gordon Oa. In July 1963. : training company at Fort thing." She has already picked' at leant 13 giant caahawn I the Pekingese. Digger :of 133 known W. office Call St.of, publication Siarke, DEBORAH TOMMY 0,) 1ii '!.

inspiration for Pvt. De- Capt. DeVoe left for Viet Dix,. N. J. from just three vlnas, and lots of little ones are aWl| sowing who helped me have courageby Bradford County. FloridaAtO'Jl. ALLEY.KoKIRKCOLORSCOPE II
Voe is Capt. Smith DeVoe. I nam in January 1964. Dur- \ Locution. of the h ad. .
on. whenI
Both soldiers are the cons staying right by me quarters of the general 1 bualnoxH t' '
who also enlisted following ing his year there he was of Mr. and Mrs. Smith De-I worked. on the bodies of office. of the publlnhep. : 183 W.Call .. :
graduation from Bradford awarded the Combat Infantry Voe Sr.. of Starke. Captain those passed away for whenI :: St., Hturlie. Kradford County -
High School, at age 17, just Badge, two Bronze Stars for DeVoe Is married and bas 1 first went to Nebraska state Nam.Florldu.-32001.and uddreHii of publisher PLUS -
ten years before his brother. heroism under enemy fire an two daughters and Ponca in 1946 I was so editor, und managing editor
Capt. DeVoe received his Air Medal for 23 combats assaults afraid a bit lonely and tear :
basic training at Fort Gordon from a helicopter' Into ful. But\ I loved husband Publisher: B. t. :Matthews
I my P. O. Drawer A. Starke Flu.,
Oa. and served 2t4 years an enemy-held area and 'the Adjustable, Vinyl Book 'Don, and Just kept praying Editor: E L. Matthew. P. IY fU4HCIDSA I r' :
overseas in 1953-61. Upon his Army Commendation Medal Cover. AU lxes 30 cent ea, and working. After three years O. Drawer. A, Stark., Kla. -'
return to the United States with V device for heroism Managing Editor: E. L. Matthew rtk ; ltjTD
at The Telegraph. I the awful fear of the dead K U. Drawer A. SturknFlu. .
as a Sergeant in 1961 he was against a hostile enemy fOrce.) mercifully left me, and I was HAflUELllCHi [
stationed at Lincoln, Mass., Wounded twice by. the en- Briars 8UF4'essModr' 'inch a happy Mortician's wife Owner. : E. L. Matthews. P 0
where in 1963. he wes selected emy, he also holds: two Purrpie TAB: RIGHT POINT for the with God's help I lifted hund Drawer. A. Otarke Fla. e.wnn.nlr i CINEMASCOPECOLOR by DCLUXC
for the Outstanding Sol- Heart Medals. way you write. Come In I Known bondholders, mortgage '
reds of bodies and caskets, for .
and other ncvurlty holdersowning l
to the and select favorite ES-, SUN., :\JON.. TUBS. OCT. 15, Ifi 17
Year his ,
of the return
dier LNlkel I Upon your Wherein we welcome the the young, the troubled those I prayed before each lift NowI or holding' 1 per cent I
Battalion [ ) In he TERBROOK fountain or more of total amount ul
3rd Missile States March. 1M7. re- pea 'j
month of October and harvest who do not have the years of thank God my back is bonds, mortgage or other Kec-

e-r- =_ .n 1 the soy beans, and the corn, la I experience and child-like faithI strong and never hurts. It unties: Non., OUT FOR KICKS AND M,7'
ripening. It Is Indian Summer have acquired( by years of seemed \t'o give my back Total No Copies printed;
average No. ooOla..suh Issue IN FOR TROUBLE!
this time. study of the Bible, of living strength.
here at during preceding 12 months,
I JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY When I grow oldI and by much Prayer. I am so Now I sing, pray and just 3.350 : t Ingle' issue nearest to

want to be glad I no longer have to work be happy in my retirement. flllnff Total date number 8-105. copies I printed:

Like some rare souls thatI hard, but have time to walk Try these, HONEY Average number cup I.... each
have metf, and observe Nature and to I CRUNCH APPLES. They are Issue during preradlng 19
MOBILE HOMES PHOTOGRAPHER So sweet, so calm; and this sing hymns and other songs baked with a stuffing. 4 nice, months, 3,570; ejlngls leaf,.
APPLIANCES USED nearest to filing date, 3,651.
I, my plea. I love, and to pray. I large smooth cooking apples, Paid Circulation:

b Appliances Color TV That faith be strong to keep I Every morning after dishes 1/3 cup honey; 1/3 cup cornflakes Sales through' dealers and
Stereo Magnavox I3ARNETT'SCommercial the fret are done and my dinner cooked,I ; 1/3 cup raisinsa; carriers, street vendors numbeif anqcounter
sales: average
Zenith Motorola J. & J. Swap Shop. Of Jlfe grown dim from I and on the pilot light of the teaspoon cinnamon; 2 teaspoons copies each Issue during preceding ,

k General Electric and portrait, spoiling me; gas stove to keep warm, I, lemon juice; 2 table _..... 12 month, 2,300 ; single
"You Get A Good Deal At- USED TRAILERS Photography That I may shed such have my devotional Yester-: spoons butter and Ya cup 2.373.i nearest to filing(. date, I11'IIN06NilVIPI 3wIrIJ81N; IISSfil1NCowc 1I "II :!!) ]

Campers from 8' 20' Frames & Custom Framing sweetness, yet day morning I sang 26 hyms 1 I water. Wash and carefully re- .....11 subscriptions: average'! [ CES
1999 Standing Blvd. That all my love: ones. shall for the opening of my de- I I I move core so as not to break number copies each issue rlur- ,

F. O. MILLER'iiif!( Mobile Homes 32' 65' ,Jacksonville 884-140 rejoice votl?>naI l. It was still dark out,' the apple. Make 4 slits in t'>>p
(tarp t That I still live. I would not .s I got up at 4 a.m. I went I I edge Mix honey, cornflakes
.sws. Trades Bank Financing sea I to bed at 8 'p.m. the night be- raisins cinnamon and lemon
.1nr Paw 4..1JnrksonvIIIe
Ilgwy. 21. Orange Park Myself grown mean, but I i fore so had eight hours of juice. Fill apple cavities with I 301 DRIVE IN

I PIANOS. would voice good rest. I felt wonderful. By this mixture. Top with butter. =
Auto Sales & Service Tel.. 264-6324 The sweetness of 'a .well '7 a.m. Gabby and I were walk-,. Use a baking dish to arrangethe
filledlife! ; ."' Ing down the country road. It: apples In to bake. Add

LANDROVER For.' Musical\ AdviceC So gently live, so gently fill! Is n black top but not as wide, the water and. bake 350 degrees OPEN SUNDOWN

MOTORCYCLESHONDA V ,' CARTER NICE. The placeJI occupy that as the State roads. J like to for about an hour. (These are
trlfV '. watch the clouds scudding I 1 good now). Admission Adults 75c< Students 60c Children Under 12 Free

The World's Finest in May' n'Ot, abide. And I ', across the sky and note the, HELPFUL HINTS: When FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY OCT. 13, H. 15:
I 4 Wheel Drives t l A fr\ would i still flocks of .birds .that are feed- '|I binding on blankets starts to

Sold and Serviced by I Qj-1:111: n::1i Remember this! I cannot Ing In the nearby fields and fray, get some nylon net the I .._.'1.. r J
Roberts' Chevrolet 1II ;. I stay take wing at our approach. At I''same color and BUtch over the I
Green Cove Springs 8033 MOTORCYCLES Established' So sweetly calm unless I that hour the milk cows are frayed satin binding. It works' : '

Jacksonville 264-9600 .. Checkering 1948& I pray. feeding In the clover pasture. and Is cheap. When raking SEE __ OW THEY LIVEwitt

ALL MODEL y Other Name BrandsPIANOS Myrtle Thomas I There 13 a peace and calm that leaves have the children tramp : ..
,does my soul so much good. them and crush. The pile will 4"
I so love the above and
poem ,
fI JEEP Merchants Green Stamp L-> CONN ORGANS I it is my gentle prayer these Gabby and I walked about be smaller and easier to All star cant
2631 Park Jacksonville 888-8819 three miles. Then I ate my handle and carry away.
VehiclesJeep I days. I realize now ,t am living V,
apple that I picked under Th.. poet Tennyson wrote: uyq
:, Wagonoer Station Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. on borrowed time: I would
Wagons .. reach out "a helping hand to the tree in the old Orchard. Ahl! when shall all men's good

I'nlvenals. Tues., Wed., Thuri., Fri.
S Jeep Gladiator Trucks Open Sad8 A.M. 6 P.M.
Authorized Service -
Approved Parts
4 Wheel Drive 2 Shoot l Closed Sunday & Monday can preserve your diplomas j 4IHACKEIT

Driven documents, etc. perma- 9UDDV
EDDIE BLAND MOTORS & CYCLES nently by laminating them on. 4L
a wooden plaque Unbreakable, : 1ROBERT ?
4949 Blvd.
washable.: Moderately priced.SPJLLERS' .
635 W. ADAMS Jacksonville7718244 .

'" Parrish Motors GALLERY; ,.:. .,
IMc'ptnrk 8t-ID
tn Five Points SPAIlN '
SALES J553538581SEWING ALDO .f ,

el, PARTS Paulus Music Co. L I ._ __ _

", 32 Tears As A Dealer Band String Instruments II L"11uy1(37ai

4 I Always Good Used Cars ( jr. VIC :
921 Laura St. Jacksonville., e Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers H.&N. I li.- "Fr ,y

I Phone 3568654BEAU1Y School SUPpJf .-,Il\.8kuct1On :" : .. 4J'
Roberts Recorders'a ,'\ f, ': IORD

.: American .. ,vl967 Singer a __
'No wonder depositors
". Hairstyling Music Library-Exper Auto t Zig Zag' 'j'., so many ,_ iERtwINE

Repair Department ,, < 1 use our

.r 21 Academy W. MONROEJACKSONVILLE 41 W. Monroe St. Like Nowbonsololtfpdel \ \ f C \I.Ov.t\ i'>

Jacksonville 855-8447, makes fancy'de .

RiveraidsHairstyling 8310 Beach HIv&. ; sign*. stitches' ,, monograms, l When you use our quick Drive-in Teller Window GoDS'L.t.E

overcasts, sews onbuttons, sit right In car. .
Jacksonville 898-8091 you can bank In a jiffy. your
make button holes A blindstitches.
and don't have to
:. .
forget parking problems
No' attachments :.:...
'li Academy worry how you look! Taking the kids to school. .
Demonstrators $64
or $6
e 2639 PARK ST. permo. Work .
going to or shopping.
-' JACKSONVILLE 388-8337 OPTICIAN Call Jax 771-1830

ev Accredited H. & N. Sewing Ctr. V BANK HERE! .
'; Qualified Instructors i DRIVE-IN > :

n'f, Modern Styling ACRt .
Monthly Classes .
Hr., _"Where tomorrow's stylistsare WESTERN STOREY S +6sac+.au.,
trained" -- .


.:: Peavy Brothers Prescription Filled Western Store .

;... Electric Co. Broken Lenses Duplicated "Where 'Tou'"ll Find Every r : ; SHOTGUN WEDDlNG"1 :t:
4.w :B'AH'K 1 A STAfcKE: .
e' ELECTRIC MOTORS thing For the Horse : ,. ; ; ,

SOId--Servlced-Repalred Generators S Artificial Eyes Enthusiast"Western : ,f.,4f 6......' f". .m'E't' "

Alterations-Starters Eyewear Specialists: goods Saddlee Clothing and- Trailers Leather-\ Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 'IT_ HAPPENS TODAY ..CW"' '''I''L.NE! '.'.

Armature Rewinding :213 Laura St. Jag 330.3593' Charles & Sharon Petty One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group IN coioR ;:\:, :.
4044 Lenox Ave.
f 03: So. Kdg-ewood: ( Ave. -
Jacksonville 387-2S28 1031 Park St. Jax 8M-3418 ,Jacksonville 84-1310 J..

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1 .KEYSTONE. HILITES lar Electric: 7:30 monthly: conference p. business m. in room.the meetingat Clay Al Indians' 26-0 Win Over Trenton r------ i Council Told SR 100 Project I IVill

j I Please Phone In By Your Jim Fox Items 473-4148 speaker will Watson':discuss at will this the be early meeti the-\\g nlstory,guest and Seen Lacking In Team Effort (I \ Start Within\ Two \Weeks

-.. of Keystone Heights.All -
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........ members are requested Keystone defeated luckless quarter with a one-yard Work on the longdelayedIDghway for Tuesday. Dec. S to pick a

INSTALLATIONOF I tlons, ana: enlistment vlslta-. to attend. Trenton 28-0 last Friday keeper The attempecl point 100 rebuilding pro- Mayor Tax Collector Tax:

I CHURCH OFFICERS WOMAN'S: GOLF ASSN. night In one of the poorest after was wide, giving! Keystone ject through Keystone Heights Assessor, and three Councilmen -

A very Impressive <'md ton.All members enrolled .in the On Thursday Oct. 5, the team efforts seen this season. a 6-0 lead. and Clay County will begin all for two year terms.

; challenging: installation of WMS are urged to be presentat ladles of the Keystone WGA Trentons small and inexperienced After Murrhee's second r within two weeks Mayor Ray Registration books will closeat

\, new officers was held'last these monthly programs. completed their first roundof players were no quarter score Trenton held Starnes announced at a 6 p. m. Tuesday. Nov. 13.

Sunday evening at the First AUDREY COWLEY CIRCLE the 3-week team-play tournament math for the aggressive run- Keystone's reserves in the meeting of the Keystone They' will be open until then

i Baptist Church. Each mem- The Audrey Cowley Circle at the Keystone Golf ning of Murrhee, a ray son, third quarter, but Inthe Council Tuesday night. each Monday through Fridayat "

ber of the congregation was of the WM3 met Monday Club. Team members and and Hinck. The Indians pos- fourth after' Murrhee's eec. Starnes said he had attended City Hall. and will fe: open

given, a candle 03 he entered evening in the home of :Mrs. ranking are Indicated in sess an abundance! of individual ond score Senior Halfback a meeting of utility on one Saturday Nov. 4, for

the church. The pastor de- Lawrence Carroll. with 18; the following: The "Titleisf talent, but the cohesive Danny Hlnck wrote the!' fin- company representative and: I convenience- of the public

,\I; liverd an inspiring message members in attendance. have seven points. with team I team effort was not Apparent ish to the game with a 5- SRD engineers in Oauiesvllla Salaries Halted

. on the subject, "Responsibi The Circle Chairman, Mrs.\ members Voncile Ketch In this one-sided victory. yard run]. The kick was earlier in the day. where On motion of Councilman

litles of Leadership." At the A. E. Anthony, Jr.. presided:! [captain], Vesta Allcen. Jan The' first few minutes of short. making' the final score final plans for starting the Fox three city employees'were
Batts, and Kitty Martin! ; the play offered a good example 26-0. work were completed.! He said
,M close of the message, he ask- over the business meeting, given raises: Andy Prak
ed for all lights to be turned followed by a mission program "Green Rays": have 6 points, of this organized chaos. One The defensive play of I Danny Hlnck of Keystone Heights i Is shown running with that Sam Wall of Gainesville from $80 to $90 per week

, off with the exception of from the Royal Service. with team members :Freda Indian was sidelined for un Hlnck who Intercepted two I the ball while Larry Downing: of Trenton attempts to make would be the contractor.Also Jimmy Flowers from $64 to
Wyman [captain]. Eva Hall sportsmanlike conduct. The passes: the kicking of Batts, in connection with the
one light which reflected on Refreshments were served by $66, and James Bowman
I the tackle. Glen
by Mooneyhum Van Ellis.
Louise. Gallop and Su Dwyer; the offensive and !
a picture of Christ.At th hostess. team was pushed back for and both Highway 100( project the from $60 to $64.
FIREDEPARTMENT NEWS the "Acushnets" have 2' over one-third length of the defensive play of Homer In Council authorized nember' Approval was also given to
this time the church, officers
: -
The regular monthly meet- points with team members field via the penalty toute. addition to the play of those Bverett Fox to work with a proposal by the Woman's
beginning with the Mildred Sutton [captain], The Indians held Trentonto previously mentioned, argue. Post 202 Given Keystone Water Works own-
Chairman of the Deacons, ing of the fire denartment ApprovalFor Club that It would'' do beautification -
Eileen Lee Fran Livingston, just two first downs 38 well for individual talent In
called was held last Tuesday with er Ed Wiggins on the necessary work on the road entrance -
were forward to light
members and and:: Velma Menzen; andi! the yards": rushing and 10 passing the Indian camp but if more lowering of water lines
I their candles at the altar. present, Meetings In Bradford at Keystone Airport 1 if
. The pastor then pointed out President Redfearn presiding.Sgt. "Max Files" have one point, In administering the Tigers I team play is not developed for the road constructionwork. the City would underwrite
with team members Martha\ their third defeat of the sea- before this weekend, the one- Several members said
\ Willana Blackwell was the cost: of $30 *Ign and $4S
the need for additional light the guest of Fireman Mc- Hayes [captain, :Billle Dan- sided victory this Friday American! I.eplon Post 202: bc Involved bv crossing district their recollection of the for shrubbery from the Air-

within Christianity which Glav.e...Clv1l Defense Director Ise. Zee Tolles, and Fern son.Keystone, now 2-2. racked night will be with Callahan. of Kevitone nle -ht't. received linos. agreement was that the City port ruiuii
should of
the members be provded of the by church.all 1 I.:: L. Jones, Jr. wae welcomed Garber. up 166 ,yards on the ground Both teams suffer from Ole green light Tuesday nightto Col. Graham Hutchison, Pest was to pay the expense of' Councilman Fox reportedthat
( a" In the 9-hole tournamentthe and two through the air on fumbles. go ahead with plans for 202 Commander wrote Bill labor for moving water lines.
The officers teachers and : ,'id a vote of thanks for new stop slims had been
workers then, to I past services was presented to positions are as follows: Its lone pass attempted in Juts T renting a meeting: place that Soto Post 56 Commander explaining In such Instances, while Wig received and would be placed

light the candIes proceeded of the con the retired Civil Defense The "ChiPpers" have 6 i scoring In the first arid second First downs 8 1' Is located just across the unsuccessful efforts gins was to pay for any ad- where needed on city streets;
Dlrctor Ray E. Chance. points, with team members periods and twice In the Yds. galnei! : rush 166 38 county line In Bradford Coun to find a suitable meeting ditional or replacement ma- also that old Chamber of
gregation. This was followed Libby Nickell [captain], Joan final quarter. Yr. gained pass. :2 10! place in Keystone and express- terials needed.
The treasurer's report was ty.Post Commerce- signs had been
the of dedication.
by hymn Wright and Helen Walace; 1-13-0 2-3-3 56 of Starke voted that there would be
submitted by Fireman Maasa. Mike Murrhee\ accounted PC-PA-FI ing hopo The Council also authorizedupon removed from the highways:
MISSION ACTION DAY Chief Bennett reported one and the "Drivers" have not two of Keystones touchdowns Punts 5-33.8 7-28 unanimously to offer no objection no objection to the Brannan recommendation of and that W. T. Jackson of

The ladles of the WM3 began fire during September. First- registered points as of this one an a 7-yard run in the Fumbles lost 3 2 to the move, even location since it was so closeto Fox. that present Incandescent Starke had started demolish-

an organized program of aid Offlcr Charles :McOlave writing with team members second quarter and:!! another Yds. lost penalties 00 60 though it puts the Post 202 Keystone. street lights along 100 lag the condemned Smith

community action on Mon I reported 10 ambulance calls Dottie Parks [captain] Fran on a 29-yard gallop in the Kits scoring: omer. 1 yd. meeting place technically In Following the Post 56 meet- be replaced by 15 mercury building on Lawrence Boule-

day, Oct. 9, at 9 a. m. The during the month. Turknett and Thelma. Wal- fourth. Jeff Batts kicked run, kick not good. Murrhee District 4, while the post la Ing Tuesday night. Soto said vapor lights. Fox said that vard.

second Monday of each I Chief: Bennett had received, lace, both extra points. 4 yd run. Batts kick good. actually: a member of District there was no objection, and Clay. Electric Cooperative had Rereglstratlon

month will be devoted to1 this a verbal and written resignation Please be sure to check this Wayne Homer the Indians Murrhee 28 yd. run,* Batts 5. that?' the Starke post offeredits agreed to bill the city for Mayor Starnes said he had

program. Under the capable from two members In column for weekly results of senior quarterback, put themon !kick good. Hlnck S yd. run, At its meeting: in 'Keystone cooperation. with Post 202 power used by only 12 of the been asked to publicize the

leadership of the Community' the club who are moving to this tournament. the Scoreboard in the first kick not good.Anniversary Heights last Thursday Post in every way.Hutchison lights, since three of them fact that a new state law requires

Action Chairman ]Mrs.\ Fred different areas in the state. WGA members have been 202 members voted 13 to 8 to said that membersof would be of direct benefit to the purge of registration
W. Kills the ladles! will be Invited to attend a golf tournament the his Post had been I
On motion of MeOlave and rent half of new Brannan previously -' the Co-op property. He said books in the countyevery
engaged in visiting the sick Andrews the resignations and luncheon at the Business Administration. We honorees were Plumbing Co. building on polled ''by mall and there' the mercury vapor lights! I two years. Two-part

and shut-ins religious""twta.- were accepted.: Robert E. Jacksonville Naval Air Station wish him a most successful' Joe and Elsie: Stein who Highway 10(). 1.8 miles from were 57 yes replies and only 'I' would cost $3.80 per month cards will be mailed to voters

-.- had previously on Thursday Oct. 26. year in his studies. celebrated their 50th on the traffic light in Keystone 4 no's to the question "do you each aa compared with the the said and a
rlwho soon mayor
.- !: HERE N THERE '"- .... Sept. 20 Louis and Dell Kyle favor home?" He said .
'been approved! by the board ; Heights as a meeting place. a post present rate of $1.90 for in- reply must be made to the
was accepted Into formal Tom Gardner' a senior at celebrating their 35th on Rental would be $75 per the same poll showed 58 to 4 candescents. Total additionalcost supervisor of registration.
FSU" was home for a visit October 11: W. C. and Amy in favor of the post
KEYSTQNEHEIGHTS' membership. George Jr. Schaeffer NEWS NOTES month. sponsoring to the city would be Starnes also said It was
who' previously heldan last weekend with, his par- Bryon will celebrate. heir Strong objection to the move bingo games, although no about $19 per month "ox! time for the annual city audit -

inactive status was rein- ents, :Mr. and :Mrs. Sam Gar By Helen Egan 54th on October 29; and Ed was voiced by Billy Rose Past definite plans had 'been made. said, and added "I believe we and was told that Council

stated Into membership at dner.Mr. and Alice Dwyer observe Commander of Post 202. for putting this Into effect can save that much by had already engaged Nell
the meeting... and Mrs.' Robert Gibson -' their 60th this month. It was Charles Schaefer of Pose' 66 The vote was also overwhelmingly watching the use of lights in Tucker of Starke for this

The film provided by the of Largo were
"StatteTlre" College was shown : weekend with their son- Father Edward Kirby of Hall back with us after an said that a technicality might Thursday as the meeting day ly." year's audit.councilman.
in-law and daughter, Mr. and ilness of several months. Hutchison said. Beautification
Charles Dono-
at :
bjr! Fireman: Bunderland.!' St. Willams Catholic Churchwas
the conclusion1 of the regular Mrs. Bud Wheeler.Jim guest speaker at the Greetings were extended to Mayor Starnes reported hoe reported! on progress In,
MELROSE business 'meeting.DVPUCATE Hetherlngton was a monthly general meeting of .Mr.: HorsfaU, who has movedto ,ar Key visiting her parents, that around 300 reply cards efforts' to have a local garage
Sunday dinner guest\ of Mr. Keystone and is on the PYTYTTyyy.YYYYYYYYYYT.MELRQSE had been sent city residents
BKIP.CE the Church Women on October Mr. and:!! Mrs. Orant Roth- clean up Its premises.

Mr,*;: Fremont 'Tollas.: reports and Mrs. Everett Fox and. \ 2. As he had. so recently: teaching staff of St. Johns hammer.Mr. i requesting their cooperationin also. asked that a new sign,

that the Duplicate family. returned from a visit to his Junior: Colege.S. and :Mrs. Jack Gavin of efforts to do a fbetter which appears to be larger

BUSINESSDIRECTORY I ErldgB'! dub. which Is sponsored Mrs. Bess Orosberg will return native Ireland and a tour of E. McKay served as Fairbanks visited Mr and housekeeping" job In the city. than permitted by city regulations

"- Mb4:! < "the -, Keystone"Heljjits'Womans '. this week after spending many European countries. master of ceremonies for the By Joyce 114wiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, Mrs/'Vwgle Rowe last week.: He said to date these ,bad be,checked out to see
I Club had a the .aum.mer at h&1' home in culminating in attending the musical program, presentingMrs. Congratulations Mr. and been" 116" "affirmative-replies If""It violates the ordinance.

nice attendance at their first Pittsburgh. Ecumenical Council in Rome, Joann Canova in several have from citizens agreeing' to cooperate Former Councilman Jack
gathering forthe new season David Schaeffer was visiting Italy he briefed the memberson piano solos, and Mrs. Janet Mrs. Ford Henslcy In the clean-up and I I Haberstroh requested the relocation -
with Loralne Dey, last Visitors at the homo of Mr. just recently purchased Per-
singing selections beautification effort."I .
last Thursday evening. The the high spots of this Haynor ; of a street light nearhis
BEAUTY SHOP weekend at FSU." It was Sorority and Mrs. R. M. Cason last ry's Sundries. They are presently "'
weekly: sessions are open to Christian movement;. Mrs. from Broadway musicals.The the store am pleased with :results home to give better lighting -
the public, and It Is hoped Weekend for Loralne Leon Milner led the devotional Board'\:; of Stewards will week were their daughter to know Starnes commented. for his premises. He also
her sorority sisters. Mrs. J.: V. Ford and their son, and everyone
KEYSTONEBEAUTY' that the residents of our and of and :Mrs. Frank Ilgen meet Friday, Oct. 13. at 7:30p. : ( that it is under new mana-ge- Councilman Fox commen- offered to give the city some
John Schuber: Ralph J. Cason of
community will continue to Mrs. Introduced the speaker. Mrs... m. ded Starnes on his beautification young trees on his property,
SHOP support the clubs activities. Syracuse, N. Y. U a guest at William Walz M lonaryc.ha.inna.n FELLOWSHIP CLUB and Mrs W. J.: Orollck ment. efforts and received and a gym-swing set for use
the home of Mr. and Mrs. left this week for a trip to Duplicate Bridge
motion to In the Council
of give city parks.
Playing Will. start every : reported on the :Fifty members, prospective approval
Edith Johnson. Owacc Henry Schuber of Clover the Mountains In North Car- Winners last week of the wholehearted Fox assigned to
Thursday evening at 7:30: p. yearly missionary budget members. and friends fathered the Mayor man was
Personal. hall Lane. Mrs. Schuber will be olina. They had been advised Duplicate Bridge Club were: by the olty. handle details.
m.. in the,recreational! during the business session. on October 5 for a really
& Creative here for two weeks. that this would be the best A. V. Bannister and
1st Mrs.
of the Masonic! Temple. The Wednesday morning big day at the cookout : Starnes read. a proclamation -
Hair and Mrs. Bill Flakes time to see the trees in their Mrs.
Styling .SCHEDULES Mrs. T. O Barclay; 2nd
NEW MASS wor&hlp meetings will con- and fellowship get-together setting the City Election
bdirtdual Beauty Pare KirbY of and children. of Newberry. and autumn foliage.Mr. B. A. Allen and Mrs J: P.
Father Edward through the graciousness
tinue, and members are askedto
Every Fora} of Beauty Culture St. Williams Catholic Church were Sunday dinner guests of generous consideration of and Mrs. Paul Howellof Foster; 3rd, Mrs Ed Long-
save empty coffee cans:
Open Tues.-Sat.. 9-5; has announced that Sunday Mrs. Flakes' parents, :Mr. and and plastic tins as well as Arnold and Edith Larson In' Silver Springs, MJ, spenta necker and: Mrs. John Strawn; give them our continued sup- OF SERVICES
Closed Monday :Mrs. J.: D. Payton. few days with Mr. and 4th. Mrs. Gladys Van Netta
will now be the of'thelr private
morning mass foil pie tins! for the MornIng! use picnic port.
S-4 Mike Zlke. son of :Mr. Mrs. R. F. Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Wilson PARKof
9:00 Lake Geneva. Tho Baptist Revival
-I offered at : a. m. circle. Mrs. Roy Turknett.. grove on !
BOATS MOTORS Father William I. Jones,. of and Mrs Is Raleigh home for Size a 15-of chairman will be in charge of cooks worked hard and their I. Howell is Mrs. Simmons' son. Cemetery AssociationThe The T"arn Baptist Churchof I the

St. Annes Episcopal\ Church Keystone and the tea room at the Bazaar as efforts were well appreciated.We : Mrs. Ada Roberson ceie- Melrose Cemetery Association Melrose wll hold a Revival I
BILL'S MARINESALES has released his new schedule day visit with will his return to well as the Bake Sale. These thank President Julias braed her 83rd bIrthday Inc. held Its semi- starting' Monday, October 161 PALMSSUNDA

ii SERVICE for church services with friends. He has been items may be brought: to the Hanson and Thomas Nor- Monday. Her children presented annual meeting at the cemetery and continuing through the
'The Fun Fleets In" morning prayer being offered Hawaii where for the past. year, circle meetings on October 18 wood: chefs: Mrs. Ethel Wey- her with a television set Saturday.A 22. YS

Service & Part for on Sunday morning at 9::30 priertoatourof stationed duty in as follows: man general chairman assisted in honor of the occasion. basket dinner was heldon Rev. Jock A. Shaw, Pastorof I 11:00 A.M. 7:30: P.M.
a. m. Additional details concerning by MM. Fern Hanson We would like to welcometo the premises.: Westside Baptist Church
AU Outboard. wish nlm the Meetings at 1:30 are! Mrs. THUnSDAYS
Nam. We : ; :
schedule' changes in Viet Mrs. Martha Beam, Mrs. Lillian Melrose Mr. and Mrs. Oscar School News In Gainesville will be the I
Chrysler Lone Star Boat dally services will be announced best of luck. Sara McDonald's at thJ homeof Norwood, and those Perry who recently moved The Mustangs lost their speaker.. Mickey Dansby will 7:30 P.M.

Chrysler Motors in next weeks column. :Mat Tyre son of :Mr. and Mrs. Axel Malmzrsn::: with membars baking delicious here from Michigan. They second game of the season be director of music. Serviceswill FUNDAMENTALBIDLE

Corner Bte.. 21 & 20 Mrs. Florence James of Mrs. Paul Tyre, is a,. patientat Mrs. Joseph Stein as co-host cakes. live across the street from Friday night when Bronson begin at 7:30: p. m. TEACHING
Center wherehe ess: Mrs. Thomas Norwood's: :
Melrose 475-4851 Melrose is the new' organist the Medical The Oame Days will continue Yeoman's Sales and Service defeated them 44-33. This nightly.
major. surgery Circle meets with :Mrs. diaries -
at St. Anne's. underwent with the next one set and hive two sons. evened their record at two Rov. James Fink: Is pastorof AH Services Held In The
LIONS CLUB NEWS last weekend. :Mats room number O'Brien with Mrs. Lewis I for October 28. Miss Bessie Lotte 1 1.1' con. wins And two losses. the Church. New Hihlo CenterDON'T
CLEANERS l is 743 so 1 if you are In Lebert as co-h:>stebS; Mrs j
Lion Tommy :MUlican has Mrs. Axel Malmeren. chairman valescing In the horns of Mr. Friday night: tho team will ,
to Walter Orollck's Circle: will
be sure i
announced that the Keystone Galnesvile please of the nominating committee and Mrs. David Quails following meet Bell In a game which
short' vt.lt. We meet at the home of Mrs. S '
Keystone for :
stop by a I
Lions Club will start their presented the 1967-68 recent surgery. may give them their third
Cleaners Inc. annual trlck-or-treat candy certainly hope that Mat will E. Kennedy with Mrs. Floyd: slate as follows: : President I Mrs. Wanda ChambVe:: and victory. The boys need the
shortly! Koons co-hostess Mrs.
campaign.! on Tuesday even- be home very as ; and Mrs. Ethel Weyman; 1st Vice I children. Carol Glenda, Mel- cheers of their fans to help
a. K. Davis who Is
Carolyn Roth, Al Laga&see's Circle will meet
'ing. Oct. 17. This will be a :Miss President Thomas Norwood; vln. and David and Danny I them win these games away
Every Dry Cleaning Service with, the State In the educational building
''door-to-door campaign with| associated 2nd Vice President. Mrs.I Rowe spent Saturday In Ced- from their home fleli'! ', so lets
Laundry Finish or Fluff Board of Health in Jacksonville with Mrs. Wlliam Beam Sr. I JUST
donated to| Martha Beam; Secretary Mrs.
the funds being
2 Service
Day was the weekend guestof as hostess. Mrs. Turknett'smorning
Pick Up and Delivery the North Florida. .Eyo Bank. :Mrs. Cora' Mar&hburn\ of circle meets at 9:30: Fern Hanson; Treasurer,\ Under Original Management
473-3044 It is hoped that all of our Mrs. Nettle Smith.EASTERN .
Koyntone Height | Lakevlew Drive. at the home of :Mrs. Marshall
residents will .support this STAR GET MAD
CONCRETE candy drive. .It really Is delicious Mr. and Mrs. A. O Loudon Gallop with the chairman: as The first fall chapter meet- ,
co-hostess. The evening circle -
candy so why not spent the weekend visiting Inq WAS held on October 3
Hawthorne Concrete wait. until you have been I with their sons and,, families Nlghtengales will meet with Worthy Patron Hector BEIDLER'SI ATITREPLACE
at 7:43 at the home of Mrs.
Earle and Buren : -
contacted by a member of tha of Bronson, Ownbpy opening the chapter, r
& Supply Inc. Ray Starnes with Mrs. Raleigh -
Lions Club before you' pur- i Brlce and Worthy Matron Gerald- I
Zike as co-hosteis. sObeccas -
RED chase your Halloween. candy? Herb Nelson son of H. A. Ine Jackson presiding.Mrs. I
will meet at the homeof
MIX JUNIOR WO [A.'Il'S CLUB Nelson of Lakevlew Drive Lois L. Lingo presented IT t
Mrs. Richard Lovorn at 3
CONCRETE! On Thursday evening Oct. moved to Gainesville last a Directory Board to the :

Hwy. 20 W. Hawthorne 12, the ladles of the Keystone weekend. Herb is a Junior at p.JPev Chapter which was dedicated
4H1.2WW, 20.11: Heights Junior Woman's the University of Florida. LeiAi F. :Milner held a to her husband. Dr."Wm. B. I \WITH A

Club will conduct their regu where he Is mjlorlng: in 'dedication service during I Llxuro's memory. Memor'al. /

NURSERY morning worship last Sunday ceremonies were performedby RESTAURANTFOR .

I for the 1967-63 Sunday I the chapter officers 'for a I BANK LOAN t ,

O.C. Carnes Nursery School faculty. Three out Past Grand Worthy Matronof I \ t

niway 100, Tlonhom NOTICEI standing young high school the Florida Grand Chap !
23 MOM SB of St*rb graduates now attendingcolleges I

Nunery Stock Thouaandsof were honored with ter.Past Grand Matrons and

Plants .A Fruit Tre H to Billjr) Rose, as a veteran of World War I anda the presentation of Bibles Past Grand Patrons will be Delicious, Wholesome

choose from. Nice Shade Trees, citizen of Keystone Heights, DO NOT, WILL NOTparticipate from the church officers for honored at the next stated Washing machine broken for the third time?

Plants.Evergreens All in&containers Landscape: '- in. the American Legion Post 202 of their School years of and service church In Sunday Fellowship -- chapter Hostesses meeting for on the Oct.last 17.' HOME COOKED FOOD Record player just won't work? Don't put up

Plant anytime. Camellia *. Keystone Height!' IN SPONSORING BINGO IN work. The recipients Mrs. Martha with those old, faulty appliances any more. You
meeting, were
azalea COMPETITION: WITH ANY OTHER BODY OF were Misses Elaine Lovorn. CrutchfleW:!, Mrs. Irena wn-i can easily afford to replace them with the helpof

Let on do yomr landscaping I PEOPLE IN TillS AREA HOLDING BINGO. Nancy Kingsbury, and Susan: Hams, and Mrs. Rosalie Col- Eat At a low-cost, convenient Personal) Loan.
Phone 6S4-Z1M: I Bird.

USED CARS I I feel) that it is in bad taste for Post 202 to compete FAMILY NIGHT DINNER BEIDLER'SHoliday COMB IN GET ACQUAINTED
Honorees at the first Fall
with anyone holding bingo in order to makea Family Night dinner on October MURRHEE

Hanks Used Cars few dollars to be used for a good cause. 4 were Introduced by Restaurant KEYSTONE STATE BANK

BIG CASH DISCOUNT the president, Mrs. John: Insurance AgencyRichard II

TERMS' (Signed) BILLY ROSE I Bird. Dr. and Mrs.\ A. C Holt Man-he Agt. 2 Blocks; North of Stop Lighton Member FJXI.C. Keystone Heights, Fla

BUY SELL TRADE were welcomed; In their first dmer&I Inmranne
Rt. 1 Box MITwr. I attendance in church m!etIrers Fire Casualty Martau I Hwy. 21 Keystone Heights "Your Friendly Dank In Your Friendly;

1 04)I ft Mltra 8.' Rtarke 1 (This ad paid for by me personally, not at Post eocpeaae.) since Mrs Holt's (trrtoui! Auto Bonds I COL. JOHN E. BEIDLER Community."

1. Illness last March.. Golden Keyctoo* Defeat 73-47MJ' !.- j

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'Born ifying In Its Implications and for taking It." organization: In 1902. I Home. Active pallbearers
shocking in dep'.ctlnu! harsh I ''' 3 II I Reactions Vary I Jackie Smith: "I'm glob r f I Surviving 'are his wife were Judge George L. Patten,
l It"
realities of the outlaw mot.orcycle '1 1 E 'it l':.'ok -Lbe test. Not only will it Thelma Redgrave Johns, of''I I George W. Roberts Adolph
Vi7Screen 'k ,.p1 I H'I
) / As Seniors Davis Gassett: JudgeT.
gang movement arc< I I, let me know how much I've K.i' j Stark: one daughter Mis. Gay
Tom Laughllii Eiizabet.Jamea. \ gotten from my twelve year, Charles Duikee of Miami: A. Yawn, William H. Edwards

At FloridaA Jeremy Slate, William/ Placement{ Test of school; but the aptitude one son. Cart Lamar Johns Jr., W. F Cooley: and

Wellman Jr. and >iotta. I score will help me In choosing: -- I of Starke: one broth, S. R A N. HoUlday. ,

rut Tess, outlaw motor- Jane ;Russell who vein r> t1tlm ,. Seninrs' reaction to the Senior college, courses It Is also good .......... John. Jr, SUiko: two 11111I -

cycle] wing makes law-loss] screen after a period of kkw I Placement Test varied practice to take tests like! this. ,", tres, Mrs Audrey Christy:

take-over of a mountain semi-retirement from )wot'!<- i from frustration to boredom, C don't think the test was as I Augusta Oa.. and Mrs. Lu- THE RIGHT POINT for the
slonal life.Community. hard as! I had expected. I SUuku and write. Come In
cille Edwal' s ; way you
town frequented T by tef."noJtcl'S i according: the opinion poll
found the PSAT much harder." ..I .
favorite E8-
.. five grandchildrenFuneral and select your
and their families In "Born I conducted by Marie Blanken- -' '
'Losers," American International Project ,M II shlp Linda. Crawford, and Rita Glenda Adams, : Seniors who,V; \ ..' .\ services! were: heldat TERDROOK fountain pen
are not going to college should
drama playing at the Ellington. ll a. in Tuesday In the
Funds To Be RaisedAt I not 'be required to take It. The !
Florida Theatre Sunday. The test was given Oct. 4-fi, First Methodist

Monday; and, Tuesday, Oct. I Luncheon Thurs. lit the cafeteria during the test Math was very hard especially I; Rev. V J Ragsdale offlcla-I I
I the and Science parts.: Book
1H-17 i first three periods of the !school i ting Interment wa Adjustable Vinyl
I day. family plot I in Crosby Lake''' Covers. All sizes 30 cents ea.
A close motion picture
up A Businessman' I II 1 011
View of the outlaw motorcycle: come-as-you-are According to Principal James Cemetery under direction at The Teletraph.
Luncheon Is set
.gang, how It thinks, operates for next Thursday, Oct 19. Temple, the test Is required I Let's GoGardening : DeWitt C Jones Funeral]
its shocking crimes committed Iby Florida Law. "The Placement I ;
by the Starke Woman's Club
under the banner of : Test Is one of the
re- to raise funds for :a community besl'1 I
.belllon! and protest and Its Improvement project waya to measure a >> I HIGH FUEL BILLS
achievement. However, no one
absolute flaunting of law> and t N4iI1
Hours of the luncheon will Punt Pass and Kick Winners' teat can actually teat all thata
order Is
seen in "Born Los-I ,
be from 11:30: a. m. to p. child ha& covered throughout make
ers" t jn at Woman's! Club. Donation Winner of trophies In the annual PuiitPaflKlclc competition his years in school" By Rervey Sharp! JCdltor II you
Florida Agricultural :KxtwiHlon
Starring in a movie terr- of $123 will be asked. l.wt !Saturday!! are: let row (left to right) JAY Exchange Student Eliaa Re- Former Clerk

Uoihvln. Jimmy Frevutt. Itamljr Crews Keith Carton Mike killa thought the test was difficult Service! flit the ceiling! ?

Sunder., and Lnnnle, Ellta.: 2nd row Nih watts, Steve because of the language. I

Futility. Alfc'ii Akrklgn, will break ,
the that
Florida ,
Serving: Fnijniiy.. ant| ruw Brlun .fohnx, Kddy> lla/.en: J<<>gcrFuntn CorD( computer Is the month: of marriages. It II I THEN YOU HAVE
grades it" HIT IT?
Jf Since 1930 Hiilics, Robby Brown, and Rlohnrtl Fill.RECREATION is second to June in popu
e$1oi Paul :McLeod! said, "For the larity.If Succumbs At 64Carl j AN ORDINARY HEATER I

].eet..g tl441ttCe; Dn I past year I'd heard about how prior commitments pre- ; I 11

...... .. ---- ....-..................-..: ; ] NEWS'i'UV'1'P:1KS.KlCK of hard this 1 It'warning'would be.made I guess me expect all- vent marriage you can' at
'' least full in love with gardening Johns, 64; former City I
a much harder test than
because growing flower. Clerk for many years and "I
the (one I actually took. Also, ,.
won't make you a bigamist. retired businessman of
Mrs. Carolyn hR 4(+ Cordially j 1 / I don't think:that a single test I
ItANTAM LKAOUK111.GINS Also] license to garden won't Starke. died Sunday morningat I
Eaves Welcomes I ''Wl'fSF.ItN.IF.D:' : : FLAK such as. this\ actually determines require a blood test but once his home on S. Water St.. kI
a students true 'senior
Representative Only 30 boys showed up for '1 h. Bnntam Football Leaguewill placement'." you get? gardening: in your following a sudden: illness J r
Ph. 961-5812 the PPK contest on Saturday blood you will never. become I Mr. Johns born
You and Your begin Its' nrlwdula S&tuiN" Roddy Crosby: "In my opinion -' was in) I
Oct. 7, at the Recreation Depaifnuml' I divorced from the hobby. Hampton on Sept. 7, 1903. .
122 N. Bay St family to Your I day. Oct Hi. at 7 plm at the this Senior Placement Test ,
Starke New Home I All taking part en UH3- field. was for "the bird. Only Seniors Regardless of your amorous the son of the late Silas al

joy nj the competition and 18 The first game will match who wanted to take it. situation, if you're going; to Randolph Johns anj Julia I

I of them went home happy, Conner Insurance and Lawtey and had, a good reason for have a topnotch flower garden Hutson Johns. He served as
The Having won nice trophies. this fall and winter now's Clerk of the City of Starke l
State of FloridaIt while the-serond game, at'8:30: taking it; should'' take it. The !
The winners by age divluon !- will >sea Broolter Recreation, a test should not be required." the time to plan the planting for 27 years, retiring 'n 1959 '

Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and I "i In order of placing, were: newcomer to the league this Rita Mengt: "I was expecting layout. and was owner and operate''I ,

To Acquaint You With Your City.If 8 years old: Jimmy Prevail I year ''battling Southern Dls- something much harder. It For best posing of color locate or a building supply firm in'

(Colth Curler, Jay Godwin. |I count. was much easier than the the annual flowers so Starke for many years. I' RO aw

in the 9 years: Lonnie Ellis, Randy Th. first game will match National Merit ScholarshipTeslf. they bloom In front of a back He was a )past president of
you are new area, a phone the Starke Chamber of '
the champions and .." of This -
=rews, Mike Sanders. runners-up drop green foliage. I

call will briny you a prompt visit 10 years: Allen Akridge.I from last season, with LawtVy" Elaine Murray: "I think the technique: will make the colors Masonic, and Order.a member Morocco of the'

I Steve Fuquay Edward Watts. going undefeated. during the test should be required. show up vividly
from your local hostess. Please give 1066 season and Conner taking Schools should be able to se- Also in selecting the plot, Temple of the Shrine and
11 years: Ken Fuquay, Eddie I the First Methodist Church
Blalock Charles Green. second place. lect their students accordingto remember that for the best lIe the '
was first chairman'
her a call I She has and SMALL "
maps many FRY FLtOAYI'ION their ability and this is one color most annuals must have of
12 years: Roger Corn, Eddy Bradford County Development -
UKGLV8: of the 'best ways they can do I full five-hour sunbath
free and wonderful gifts for you (lazen, Brion Johns. Small Fry Flag ( it.' ,a day. Authority after its !
Next comes the vexing problem I
from local businesses. 13 years: Faron Dukes Bob teams will begin their league Bruce Jackson: "The Senior of what to plant'.. Choos-

by Brown, Richard Fl1.WE'RE schedule at 3:45: p.m., Tuesday Placement Teat wasn't as hardas ing plants by heights Is one shade until they have a chanceto !

Oct. .IS, at Pratt Street the ninth grade test we problem, solving approach. recover from the shock of

I Park. took." Some taller growing annuals I I transplanting -- + ; J ;,a+ub w ,4
Theopening" game will Johnny Warren: "It was a fo the back areas of the garden To insure
match the Colt against the! lot easier than I had expected. the :best possible ; "

Packers; and Immediately< after I I think the test serves a good cleome are and delphinium hollyhock.In larkspur. I I When growth two keep] the soil moist. : IELE;;t never waste

this game the Rams and Cow purpose, and I'm glad I had the center rows and toward or more true leavesappear 'jjjjlII; r-Jj {! heat on the .
;r boys will square off. On Thursday the opportunity to Cake it." t feed the plants with ; ceiling
LOADED the front consider the about 3 Olk'HOM t1 A ftiR is or out
pounds of
6-8-0 ((N-
Oct. 19, the Colts will Charles .
I Norman: "The tea .
medium height plants. Pe- the chimney
I P-K) fertilizer!/! per 100 square ., :
i play the Cowboys at 3:45: followed was just like any other test tunias, calendulas ageratum feet of bed area. In

t by Packers vs. Rams. I've taken. It was fairly easy. dldicus, gypsophilla, llnarla! some It
All cases you may need to make pays for Itself with the fuel It saves I
'will be at
i, games played Really, it's not worth the and carnations are examples.For a. second! fertilizer
the Pratt Street Park on Tues trouble." application
KITH/ GOOD USED low edging you might use prior to flowering.AeUvitiee.
days and
Thuredays. Smith "It
Stephen : was
TltAMPOLINR: CI.\SS' allyssmn, verbena, phlox or We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling if you continually
but I'm
easy glad was
t ,1 some of the dwarf nasturti! This la a busy month for for heat don't The
FOIl WOMKN: : no vocabulary. I have no com- pay you get new SIEGLEROil
I Women who want' ums.With gardeners. Home Heater wrings the heat out of every drop of
: some ex- ment on whether I should have
'ereise up, to .;JPQ annuals to Now: Ja the time to .make oil, then it out
and pours over floor. With
a lot of fun at the taken it or not"Carolyn I your a SIEGLER.
'same time are Invited to be Meng: "The test choose from, it shouldn't be hardwood" cuttings of such you get the comfort miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT,
TYPEWRTERSLow to fill the garden
present at the Recreation wasn't nearly as hard as I a with problem kinds of colorful popular shrubs as abella, flow- no over-heated ceilings and low, low fuel bills. So don't
'Center each at 7,30p.mV many ering quince poinsettia, hibiscus hit the ceiling...hit
Tuesday : expected it to be. I think the plants. your Siegler dealer for a hot
for the Trampoline Class. ones we took last year, suchas turk's-cap crepe-myrtle "imonstrationl
After sowing the seeds in privets,
pomegranate, and
Twenty women enjoyed this !the NMSQT Test, were far flats, and while you are wait- low-elder. yel-
activity, with instructor Ed I
I Magee! last Tueadav. more Steve difficult.Wade: "Tha Senior ing for them to reach trans- A few of the many other' DENMARK

I At Low Prices.!I cEii.nCR CI.SUFISO :S Placement Test was all right flower planting beds.elxe prepare the Italian activities include planting,

FORMED but the purpose was lousy." First turn the soil with a red rye Kentucky blue or
We are happy to announce Susan Fogg: "The aptitude other tool. Removeall top grass in lawns for.
spade or
that a long awaited Ceramics part of the test was difficultto weeds sticks, stones, dog cool greener winter color; planting FURNITURE CO.:
Class will be formed with In- understand. It should be weather vegetables; and
bones and otherdebris and
struction to start within two I dig-irlng and storIng caladium
: SEE THESE required, because colleges
then rake the area into a bulbs.i 431 W. Call St. Phone 961-5827
weeks, It Is hoped. Classes will should have
a preference according .
loose mixture for good aeration .s.r ,
be held in the old armory with to highest aptitudes" and drainage / I..:

Mrs. Florence Stuart as instructor Donna Greene "The test
e I Iw : If available it will! pay fo,]
and tentative plans was very hard. It was a very work into the top six Inches of ;
VALUES IN OURSEPTEMBER call for two morning sessions good purpose, and for that the soil some grass clippings,
and two evening sessions. Registration reason it should be required.'
compost or other organic materials
plans and other Infor- Lillian
Richards: "The Senior
While this
doing you .'
mation will be announced soon. Placement Test should be
also add 5 pounds of
OLD ARMORY:\ OPEN might Does
required by all Seniors. However 100
SALE FOR MEAN'S GAMES; superphosphate per square
it should be given all at feet of bed area.Transplanting .
The old armory will! be open once. It keeps you in the from the flat,
each Tuesday night from 7:30: mood."
to the flower bed is a test of instant credit
i to 9:30: for basketball, volleyball Linda Crews: "I didn't like thumb.To I
your green
deck tennis, and other activities
the: test, because all the material roll
make the honor ,
: ROYAL KMM( that the men would like, that was covered was pick a nice cool l. cloudy evening -:
ROYAL HHE to participate In. Come out and I not covered in school. I think after a rain. Use care in make savingobsolete
join the fun. everyone should have to take ,
"The Old Reliable" Extra Clean Elite I1\NI BOOKED handling: the seedlings. Break
Type TOP the test to I lit us know wherewe
:h:, PICA TYPE' WRITES LIKE NEW FOB TEKNAGK!: VNCK: stand college-wise.: off as few roots them as to possible direct; I Idon.'t

"We The People,' one of expose ?
Sandra Register: "I didn't I the air for long
sunlight or a
Only Florida's top bands, will be ,
,.. $55 $85 featured at the Recreation Department's -I have enough time. I don't period; don't set plants too' .'
think there was a good reason'I de ply. and give them partial
weekly dance in the I ISTALLING'S
"4r old armory this Saturday **

night, from 8 till 12.:< The danceIs I
ROYAL FP ROYAL HE for grades 9 through 12 of Emphatically not.;. 1P.Afip1"5 1

BUS and graduates up "fo age / CORNER 1

I Late Model Gray; Finish ELECTRICThe 19. Students must present their .' ... I
+ school activity card Admission -
BUY Ultimate in Typing $1.25. Refreshments.Services OASIS LOUNGEYour Tnt! myth of credit card magic

i $125 $155 : Held CLOSEST Spot For is rapidly helping to make

"! For J. B. SilcoxIn LIQUOR' WINES BEER thousands Americans prisonersof ,

''f\fll Above Are Standard. Office Machines i Jones ChapelJ. Open 9 A.M.12 P.M. their own finances. f -4

.,. 't... B. Silcox 50, diedThW'eday. Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 AJVtSPECIAL Instant credit should be _

Oct. 5, In :Miami! .
' Smith-Corona 'Galaxie REMINGTONPORTABLE where he had lived Tor the DISCOUNTS MOST 3 FIFTHS called by its equally accurate

past J9 years. OR QUARTS name Instant debt.
PORTABLE : He is survived by a sister I ,

Mrs. James Lewis, anrl an 8 MI. South of Starke on U. S. SOIGLASS'
11II ;. ONLY SLIGHTLY USED In Best Condition aunt, Mrs. D. L. Silcox both Regular saving is a necessity '

of Starke.

M Funeral services were held I if you are going to feel, V

$105 $55 at 10 a m. Monday tn Jones
secure meet
Memorial. Chapel with Rev. That'a Our'BusmeM your obligationsand

W. A. Hogan officiating. Interment enjoy
the future r
"H : was in Kingsley d- .

Lake Cemetery with DeWittC. CALL, WRITE or VISIT
rw : ALSO -- TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT Funeral Home In Vrtl
Jones FOR ANY GLASS NEED Start savingwith us today? .
V of arrangements.
,-. Active pallbearers were 1 We Design Modern Store Fronts
Palmer Williams, Merrill

::: BRADFORD' COUHTYT'EL'EGRAPH/ Edwards Lacy Silcox Chas Just Mail Us A Pattern For
A. Jenkins, Edwin Smith and I'' s Table Tops

;: O. P. Hutto.DYAL FOR REUNIONSET GREEN COVE .i ', SHEA'S GLASS CO."If : Savings and( Loall.r.r .I.

A Dyal Family Reunion
It's Glass We ,
Hare It"
will be held at the park In L Zi
PHONE 964-6305 Green Cove Springs on Sun- 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353: ASSOCIATION OF STARKE R.218 '

day, Oct. 15. All relatives and I N. Temple Ave. phone 964.5000

i friends are Invited to attend.' j


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olle.\ Kautfman., Donna. :patsy. Hardjt at Michigan Ranch. H., mons, 73, died Tuesday: in -
Conservation Develop. Groupeets of the Soil Conservation' Service HEADLINESA an4 Sandra Register, TheY ,was born ,m Harvlaville, Ohio Franklin .N C, where she ..
and the Forest ServIce in HIGH ; practice every afternoon on i in 1878 and waa a retired had lived for the past, four

ft To Plan 1968 Program the county their own time; ana ,nake up painter. years. She was born at
The group feviewed cosl their;; "own routines, for the Besides his son, he Is survived :Brooker on June 9, 1894 and .
share practlqoe undertaken I represented at the first two' of ..53,000! for lat place, $3.500: I hall'tlra show.To I by a brother, Morris. was the widow of Theodora
.h,? annual county program Supervisors the County Agent, during the past year and, TeacherFor annual Interact Conferences. for, 2nd, $2.500 for 3rd 11.380 I become a majorette, Dungan: of Elyrla. Ohio. Clay demons.
,!ijpiiii'n.t, meeting for the the Farmers Home Adminis- evaluated their accomplish'ments. I The fleet in It66 at I'alla1\88-; for 4th, and $1,000 for 6th each girl'; must be a member Surviving are) two daughters -
Conservation Pro- tration County Supervisor and It also, seleot'ed practices All Tradesby sea and the second. in19 7 at place will; be presented. In addition and
cultural( I of the$ I band; <;l tor one year Recent BirthsMr. Mrs. Christine demons
was held Tues- others with conservation Interest and determined cost Plans are being 53 all expense paid
::1, i .\CP) Jacksonville. be Able\ tQ play\ an Instrument! Boring, anti Mrs Kathleen
n' "11 Leaton Morgan Jr., were Invited to attend share rates and other pro- Put MayA made for attendanee' at. the trip. to Washington, D, C. lay well. and 1Jrlll: James Howard{ Clemens Miarclnorwsld: 'two

rinn"11, of the Bradford ASC the meeting which was con- visions for the 1988 program familiar face around campus 1116& conference: In Pensaopla.., ahead for national finalists Each summer they go: to a Hall 4r, Gainesville, announce sisters Mrs. 1J. N. Alexander,
,lOt\' commute presiding ducl'ed by the ASC county ASC Chairman Morgan sale Is Mr. Charles Baetzman, Object of the elub Jet to provide More than $100,000' in bonds majorette camp and gather the'birth.of' a daughter.. Nanoy of Jacksonville, and Mrs. A.
oil! conservation District committee and representatives that this year the group gave our Pupil Personnel' Director / an. opportunity for young and scholarship wilt be distributed new Ideas from ,professionals. OQ Oct. 10. Maternal. grandpar- J. Johnson Miamiand; five
particular attention to establishing Although this Is his offlca men to worH together; in a on. the state district,I Unlike the band, major- enl'a are Mr and Mrs. M. A. grandchildren Surviving nieces -
goals for desirable conservation title he has a variety of oUI..rthings world: wide fellowship dedi and local levels. ettea have several different Baldwin Jr. of Starke. Include Mrs. J. P. Hazen
accomplishments on to help make Bradford cated to service and International The contest a National uniforms In which they per- Bradford County Hospital and Mrs. E. M. Sllvernall,

Come Where The Action Is Bradford County's farms and High School an outstanding understanding. There BroadcastingScrlptwritSng form. A new uniform was announces the following births. : both of Ocala and'Mrs. T.
ranches. Also> discussed wa school. are many clubs' In the program Program, is designed to give ailed to their wardrobe last Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Clarence EJ. Duncan, of OalnesviHe.

hssa" how the Agricultural Conser A' few of his duties are around the world.' high school students the opportunity Friday nigh Kirkland, Jr., Lawtey allan. Funeral services were held
BOBBY'S HIDEAWAYWALDO vatlon Program can be better supervisor for attendancehandling to voice their opinions They twirl In parad.es and Charles Burke, Oct. D. last Friday at Franklin.
coordinated with other conservation all discipline prob- Demo Voice on patriotic! themes and special events, such as the Mr. and Mrs. Bumoll Her- Graveside rites wUheld .
untaklngB In the Co convey them via the broad-, Gator Growl in Gainesville
LIQUORS counselor to
lems, and being a schel Dyal, Keystone Heights in New River Cemetery on
county. many of the students. Contest Set. cast media to all of America. a daughter, Kelll Jo, Oct. 8. Sunday, Oct 19, with Rev. ,-
Music by "The Poor Souls": During the past year major Most'' students are aware Dungan Ashes Mr. and Mrs- Mark Anthony W. A. Hogan officiating. local '"

Wed. Fri. & Sat. Nights conservation, has been emphasis on the following In] thcounty that Mr. Baetzman' wife Is a by Linda CoJ on Twirling Scattered Over Moore, Gainesville, a son Jef- arrangements ere in
teacher here. With w'
school fery Mark, Oct. 7. charge of DeWitt 0 Jones
GO-GO CONTEST practices: Establishing and< school to keep them busy they 'Freedom's' Challenge" 1s the TornadoesBy .Doctors Lake Mr. and Mrs. Franklin I Funeral Home

Wednesday Nights Improving permanent panturetreat'ing also have two lovely children,, theme of the current Voice of George Wilkes, Starke, a son
farmland with liming' Tracy 5. and Charles Jr. Democracy: Contest sponsoredby John C. Qunffan, of Jacksonville \- ,Franklin George Wilkes II,
Discount Prices on Package Goods:; ] materials planting or Improv Mr. Baetzman moved to the Veterans of Foreign Kathy Koby and Linda ban! notified friends here!; Oct, 6.
Ing a stand of forest trees, Starke in 1861\ with a one Wars. Crews I that, the. ashea ot his father Mr. and Mrs. Irving Taylor Adjustable Vinyl Bas

Mile providing temporary summer:' year break, working' as ath- Eligible to. enter the contest I Leroy Louis Dungan.. 89, were > a daughter rover All sizes 3ft cents est .=
One North of Waldo U. S. 301 I and winter cover to protect The twirling world of the :Youfig' j J Hamptvn
the land from wind and water letic director In Raiford. In are all 10th, 11 tho and 12th Bradford Hioh.. majorettes ,scattered on September :\1 ,. Rebecca Ann, Oct. 7. '" The Telegraph.'em .
August of 1966'' he came to grade students in public pa- over Doctors Lake. near Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ernest
unfolds as they marcn out on
1 erosion and establishing wildlife BH3 to teach the work study' rochial and schools in Park where the elder
private the.football Held with heads .Orange Qritfla. Sl'arke! a son, Daniel -"" '
cover. I the'' United States. Dungan. had lived for several\
program.In Oct 8.
bard Lee.
'. held I high after weeks: of /S n cetomm
1958 Mr. Baetaman playedon .Students entering the contest worJa l *q 'boost the crowd's years. Mr. and Mrs. William Marcus .........c......."..0...
NSTANT HOUSINGNEW Deputies Complete the National Champion are required to writ's1' script spirit, Mr. Dungan died In Septemr Grlffls, Lawtey, a daughter .0.0.-.-w.......,..-..
Training Courses football team at the University from three to five minute i ; of Southern Mississippi. long. Air scripts' must be Tornados*.that accompany pital. Ha had lived in Bradford ..YBetter
12. WIDES Two Bradford Asked if he approved of transcribed. on, magnetic' tapeas the. band at. 'halftime each Count; for around 20 years, Rites ,
r County dep- miniskirts he replied, "It depends -" ''read by the student. The making/ his borne with Mr. and .
FROM night
$3,299 UP uty sheriffs Dolph Reddish Friday
Homes Furniture Co.
on who wears them but deadline (01' all school and majorette Mrs, CJyda Rahmes In theTheresa For Mrs. Clemons
Pats, bead
and Olen- Moore, have completed I ;K&ren 1300 8. Edgewood Ave.
I to they are not appropriate wear community? contests is. December ,, is backed up by Fran section for part of
Reconditioned 8 &10 Wides training courses At New River Jacksonville, Florida. 32205
Improve their proficiency. for school. 11, 1967.: Casey Kathy Frees Joyce that time. For the past seven

1, 2 and 3 Bedroom ModelsALL ;I Deputy Reddish has com r l'fatlonal Scholarship Awards Denmark Donna Green Lu- years he haW .lived with Tom Mrs M Mamie Flnholstcr de -

pleteji' an Intensive 50-hour Scholarship
AGES ALL 1'IIICES 'I t police training program designed .. ..

to Improve the effec
Bob Dodson SEE Bruce MartinFOR ;, tlvenesa of law/ enforcement Examinations 1 1sBtJWsMHVi

in the investigation of crimes I II "-
1 by Mary Sue 'fhO: iniw'
'I against property, burglary, : -
TilE BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR larceny and robbery.' The I I II
and. Sandra 11ugPn-
RECONDITIONED I course was sponsored \by' the I 1967 examination for State' H Ht1Patri
Florida Law Enforcement
Teaching and Nursing Scholar- NEW
Academy in Tallahassee.
ship Loan' exams were given
Mobile HomeLOW : Deputy Moore attending Seniors on Oct. 10 In the USOBuilding ,
I the Tallahassee Police InstiI ,
In Starke.
I tute Sept. 16-19, completed a
DOWN PAYMENT\ The Teaching ScholarshipLoan
course sponsored by the Federal ,
I Bureau of Investigation available in $400 per semester a .4. e.ee .n

MONTHLY\ PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT In conducting Investigations for as many as- four ge"I for PEOPLE ...
I semesters One requirement: of I
FREE DELIVERY and SET UP of Both sex crimes.training ptogram Scholarship is that the applicant 1 % for COMMUNITIES
teach in the state of .
were given to a select group
of the state's law enforce- Florida one year forever)"

MUSTANG I I ment agencies. year of scholarship assistance I 6 for ADVERTISERS

SHAW REUNIONSET Student Council I =
FOR OCT. 15 ex ,..
MOBILE HOMESINC. The 12th annual Shaw Talks Money* --
Family Reunion will be held -

,I Sunday, Oct. 15. at New Hand Book --

Hope Church near Lacrosse Yt: w'"L.," n tult.h;
u.s. Hwy. 41 North Phone 752-2797 I All descendants relatives and by Linda Crew - rbl8d ,qryas.
friends are invited to attend.
Lake City, Florida i The business meeting wilstart A new Student Handbookand

I at 11:30: a. m.. fallowed money-making projectswere ty { f wwr
Headquarters Instant Housing with a basket lunch. the main topics discussed >Mel ,lillM", ", ,
at the first meeting of the !

.. Bradford High School Student ... an.. ,_ _
Council. rn. _
I v
Rhymer Howell, the secre r9 Ir t
will send let- N1U1j ', ,
tary-treasurer a i s t Ik
\:It'8 SSeve t jweu ters fo schools in Tallahassee,

Miami, and Jacksonville for ,: rs r.. ,
@ more Ideas about. the hand- Arta : k' h x
book. a,f it lrlr y/t'r:1/ ,; ,

llDtllif& money-making All proceeds projects received will from go II the suredo" a.uf'r. .
r 771 .
towards the publication of the e. ...... _

Student, Handbook and the agrees'' ,

Scholarship Fund. ,w' a
The Scholarship will !be
awarded to some outstandingsenior BILL OLIVER

a? the end of the year.

E! Interact Club ," .
Elects Officers I ls t
I lE
by Stephen Wade I _

aII Four 'boys were elected 'to''

s a. ., . r rIt the ruling 'body of Bradford
High School's Interact Club at I
does so much, a r a + + + the first meeting of the :year

a d q4 e s Tuesday Oct. 3. I
but costs so little + Elected were Matthew Pack-

Men, secretary; Gary Hamilton -
05Incl. ___ treasurer; Harold Bowen;

I! cu.ijgjt"&SJlirj console.. ; -T Member.Scottie Senior Board Smith 'Member Junior ";Board and I I 4, : ,

David Penoyer end J Roy 1'hvrr
Chasteen were elected presi I -t.-
dent and vice-president the I

: club's .final meeting last year II .
: GI: !
tl: The sophomore member of the
board will te elected by the : Last week. Mr. Oliver;of.ToRena'

new sophomore member when 1
they are admitted to the club. Motel Restaurant -ran.fhis first, ad- ,

Randy' Jones has''been 'appointed .-C in the Bradford County Telegraph I
parJlameDt rlan.

With many important. features of Royal office typewriters! Once' each year. any1' sopho \ .. ',
more Junior, or' senior who'want ;
"" "to join the eruto is .ffv-I ;' .
.* Full-size : -- '- "" RESULTS?
keyboard en an appJ attan'which: he gild : '. .1' : .d't '; t
I i Pleasant, light RoyaIUtouch". !out and then returns: ''tat the I "' .::..
club At the next meeting' these I Well, this is the way Bill puts \ it:r."Our business

ii t. II Wide writing line I prospects are voted! into the! I than.doubled over the.weekend.. Before we
more ;
II '* RoU 'n' Ready Paper Feed club separately, each, on his .
.:. .
ad .of tourists
: Quick-Set own merits. f ran the most :our customers were .
The Board Is governed 'by a I ,
After we advertised ,.in. The Telegraph, we had
f/ *| Retractable paper supportIL14 1 board consisting of the president ;

1;3I 2-colorribbon ,' vice-president, secretary a good run of local business also. We were more ,

treasurer parliamentarian, ser- than with., the results." I r,. ;
*f: Guaranteed for 5 years geant-at-arms.and one mem- pleased .
ie*' from each class t

S-YEAA OUAAAMTEE. Royal) TypevtrMsr Company bio. guar ( One of the- Nrst and one of .I
anises replacement at no cha.-: .. other than labor and shipping the largest Interact Clubs in .
of any defective part (except rubber parts, ribbons, or the area, Bradford's unit was .

parts damaged. by accident or misuse) within five years ofpurchase. itarted'ln 1965. It' Is sponsoredby What- Telegraph'advertising did for;..Bill. Oliver; No labor charge within first 80 days. Guarantee the Starke Rotary club ands
coven only ttie. original purchaser.Stop under the guidance of Mr. Whether you need a $1.00 classified,.ad or a, full.page Grand Opening

Cal Adams. I announcement. Yes Newspapers Get Things Done for People, for
in. Sea it.Try it. Youll love the spirited new Boydtttel Baoh: Wednesday fwo or ,

three members' accompany Mr. t Communities, for Advertisers .

Cal Adams to the Rotary
ClUb'\ lunch. There' they are
Also Full Line of Electric Portables treated to a- free meal and a

I message from the Rotary's I THAT IS OUR MESSAGE.. FOR YOU DURING ,
guest speaker. AU members t

: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH times.are year urged and'to many go at go least several oncea I NATIONAL NEWSPAPER, WEEK,,. ,OCT, ..8 14.- ,

The- Interact chib-has' been

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t .TTT.TTTTTTTTTTYTTTTY Back from the (excuse my expression In the future, which it on. 01: Sunday with the Millers.' Tuesday ings the second Tuesday in Simon H. Mitchell, reckless lished In weekly, the next Issues: four of consecutive the- said this\ September Court at 18 Started, 1)07, Florida, i

i ) FlOrlda-LStT football the course* I will! take. Lon and T. C. were I\h -1+ each month so as not to conflict driving, forfeited $53.50 Bradford. County Telegraph a CHAKLE8 \ DARBY
BEACH ; last stand.:-The' 87 points I Camp, reports that the fish shoes fitted on his- braces, and I.I4i PERSONALSDebbi Patrick Paul Beth'!?e, use WITNESS In said my County hand as Clerk (Official Seul I)
cored by LSU were the most are biting: Rev. Chancey and to check with his 'd etor. T.
i! (Lake 0crt Ffe) I points scored against Florida party Of Georgia caught 80 spent the weekend on Lake St William's Sundajr night and Saturday at Beverly guage, forfeited $37.50 bond.! .
Byt Michael H. Chltty since 1949. bream and sriellcraekers. Mr. Geneva with Edwin! Baker, and< Mass 7'30 a m Wednesday! Beach with her grandparents Harvey Shaw Bodle, driv- ;\
I Ph. 475-1171 Don Jtforse of Jacksonville Reddtck caught a nice string they went Dove hunting. Last Mass and Novena 7pm. Mr. end Mrs./! J L. ing while under influence of GET CASH :

AAAAAAJ LAAAAAAAAAAAAAj spent Saturday night with my of bream and epees near the week both of these?boy were Dykes. They attended the intoxicating liquor, license I
Brother, Wayne Chitty shore, and Mr. Sapp and son 01: elected to Interact, 'a club Community Church Rev Gainesville High and Orlando: revoked for 90 days.A I I

I < Aloeha! Bonjour And for! all BuenosIlasr you Otis Melton and I spent Sun Jacksonville caught 5 bass and sponsored by the.Rotary Club. Leon P" Milner, minister. Mrs Edgewater football game in IMMEDIATELY ,.
day afternoon with my aunt 2 Jack-fish. Orlando. ,
Lisa and Robert Mangom Canova organist Mrs. I
Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH
folks, like
rood plain ( me) and uncle Corine and Alfred Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bowen '
spent the weekend 'with their William' Warren. Secretary Wendy Hill was home for brings result
Howdy!!! .
Hudson in Gainesville. of Savannah, Ga. were week- grandparents\/ Fred and Co Sunday School 9:40: a. m. the wekend from Chlpola Jr.
I It looks like "Mr. Fall"doesn't '
!\ know whether he is Last Thursday night was end guests of Mr. and Mrs. rlne Thieman. Morning Worship 11 a. m College.All IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF W $25 TO $600 ,
here not. It's cool for a my first night as a "College Owen Bryant. Mt1. and Mrs. Raymond Nursery at 11 a. m. service young girls between the TUB KIOHTH JUDICIAL CIR-I
or Boy. I am now enrolled In a Mrs. Helen Walker of Jacksonville Slaven of Eustls ,spent the only. ages of 16 and 24 are invitedto CUlT OP FLORIDA ..
few t'nen hot for a few
j days Thursday night class in English was a weekend guest weekend with their daughter a "YWA Extraordinary"being FOR BRADFORD COUNTY:I
: bays This is a very good at Santa Fe Jr, College In of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Carpenter. and son-ln law, Dee.and Betty Presbyterian held at the Hampton CAKE: ] NO. lei I DO YOU HAVE. 4J
time cold. I .
to catch a
guess Gainesville. I am taking the Mrs. Carpenter spent Tues- Morris. Faith Presbyterian Church Baptist Church Saturday WILLIE WASHINGTON: = ,
you might say they are biting day to with her -Rev. J. R. Nealo Jr., min- afternon at This meet- Plaintiff to make
course to help with my writ Thursday Reba Norsworthy., was in 3::30. -Too many payments
I good now and they are easyto and Mr. and ister. Mrs. W. A. Wallace, organist Ing will feature of
ing and I'm planning on taking daughter family Ocala Thursday visiting! her a method MARY .
WASHINOTO'Defendant. :
hang on to more courses next semester Mrs. David Reid, In Jackson sister, Mrs. Kathleen: ..MclnnesMr. ., ; Mrs. Carl wisher, study of the auxiliary the installation olin r.ii': Otf PUBLICATION. -Too many bills to pay?
Jean and Tony Ball and son I have a very nice teacher, ville.The and Mrs. T. L. Nor- summer organist.Sunday of new officers a AM \OriCH OP BUT: II
Shawn, were supper guests of Miss Arena, who is planningon Griffins also report that wood and son, Larry, and Mr. School, 0:40: a.m. missionary program, and a IN THE NAM13 OF THE
the after Morning Worship, 11 a.m.Sunday STATE OF FLORIDA.: TO DO YOU NEED
they got '
the fish better. Joe dish
teaching Creative Writing are biting: and Mrs. J. A. Williams were covered supper I MARY WASHINGTON, whO Breititlenco I
Smedley of Jacksonville came in Cedar Key Sunday getting (Nursery open both Miss Betty Durllng, Mrs. l 1. unknown.
down and fished! with Roy scallops. \ : hours.) Ethel Tliwell:! and Mrs. Bertha You are hereby notified that EXTRA CASH NOW?
for has '
a cult divorce
STARKE NURSING HOME80S Wednesday and Thursday. ,Paul, !Lee and Gregory Episcopal McIntosh were visiting brought\ against you by Willie; I

They didn't catch anything Strandberg of .Jack onvl11e St. Anne's Re..... W. W. Fred Dees in Plant City on Washington Court and In the cause abovo, and you entitled -'i LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR

S. I Wednesday, but Thursday they came by Sunday to pick up; I Nor taU. vicar.Morning Sunday.Mr. are hereby summoned ordered ,-
COLLEY ROAD hit the Jack-pot. They caught their mother, Mrs 'Jo 'Strand Prayer and Sermon and) Mrs. J. W Horne and required to file your writ I :MONEY PROBLEMS
: a 9-pounder, an. 8-pounder, two spent last Sunday with Mr. ten answer or defense. to the .
Phone 969-4271 Starke Fla. berg, to attend the Crevasse 2nd and 4th Sundays complaint at the office of the
:S-pounders a 4-pounder, and 3 Family Reunion In- Cedar Key. > and Mrs. Vernon Forsyth in Clerk of iulcl Court In Starke, ,
smaller ones. They were fishing Mrs. Ida Whitehead receiveda ::30 a.m. (nursery open.) Gainesville.Mrs. I Florida, and to serve. a copythereof We Are Trained To Help!

1. We hone complete mining service for adult' ofan In the canal and on the call from her son, Layton, Holy lit, and Eucharist 3rd Sundays and, 9:30 sermon: a.m. Lillian Slade and I Holll V.on Knight Plaintiff's and attorneys Thornn, I

age, West shore of the big lake. In Columbia, S; C. Monday ( ). Church: Mrs. Bonifay Slade Hew to A Yawn, P.O Drawer F,
nursery open Starfce. Florida, all on or before Town Finance Co.
The bream and shellcrackersare Whltehead is Massachusetts to visit with
morning. Mrs. ,
t School 9:30: 'ajn. "Holy Eucharist the 80th day of October
biting all day, but the bass visit there soon. Donald and Vernon, who are 1967 otherwlxe a Default
2. We have B-N. and l.PJTa on duty 24 houeoaster. planning a, 8. 'a.m. each Sunday.
are biting In the evening late. Maxie Mathis of Gainesville Evening Prayer 7:30: pra. employed there. While there agnlnst Judgment you.will be entered j 226 N. Temple Ph. 961-7449
Specs, are biting on brush and brother they drove to Canada to visit
visited her sister each Sunday. ETC, 6:30: pm. This Notice shall be pub .
piles! and near the shore. 1\ S. We have our ewn X-ray: and laboratory. (Mr. and Mr. Ralph Gentry caught gen. Sunday. other points of interest while
> Jamea Honcrlef Is our fan time licensed tech- 30 shellcrackers on the sandbar I don't know about, you Dally offices of Morning there. Dual-Purpose Sleep-Sofa

Idaa). and two Duty Officers folks, but I sura.a of ajn.il"that 1 ,and-&venlhg Prayer, 8:00: /A-m. ._ All members of the Hampton SA'LEI
off the Shangri La, caught a4V& !the: fish are biting better. :I and 3.00: p.m. Baptist Church are urged I Compare at *69" i
I If. ,.! and a 3 pound !bass and hope that :I can luck up and to attend the all Church .
.. We are licensed for SO beds by the !State Board I -LntheraaLutheran '
some accidentally catch ,a few one cleaning to be held Saturday Covered ArmSOFABED
.f Health IJcens* No. 2. I :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kite day. Since that Is-all' the news Cburch of Keystone : at 9 a, m Lqts of jotn. for Plastic ,

of West Palm Beach were for this week, I 'will now say Heights; Vicar Richard everyone.'

ft. W* have a modern, fireproof buHdtor with central weekend guests of Mr. and Hasta la vista, au revoir, Meyer, minister. Mrs. Thelma Milliken of
alr-candltloBer and heat. Mrs. W. E. Kite Jr. They were aloeha and byan;Now here's Divine worship, Sunday 11 Ocala. and Mrs Hilda Griffith HI.G..... Nylon Fat*
i In Gainesville Saturday visit- ; of Miami spent Sunday
Leon a. m. Holy Communion 2nd ht... Covsrs Conh.eNneMa.HeTrimOA r
I ing the B. H. Davis home. All rich their aunt, Mrs T. F." .,
.. We are wlthta twe block of the Bradford County of them attended the Florida- EEON'S COKRNEB Sunday of each month. Brown. I Arms and Front.Modem

HocpltasVtV i LSU game, and had dinner Mary"\ Services held each. Sunday: Styling.
I : "Flirty at St Anne's: Episcopal' I, .
4. -* ", a.fterwa.rd.&t.the., David home. ,. MAYOR'S COURTThe
this ,
Let me tell you 'bout1 girl
3. We have a fiDe staff of Doctors nerving the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie of Morris Pete Her name/I* (Flirty Mary. eightsBaptist: > : 95 COLORS 1.
were weekend guests
Home. She baffles all ,the' boys following cases were $59' B.tg* .Brawn \
and Joyce Barton. Friday night Because ahe's'so contrary.She disposed of In Mayor's Court 01 .Gold .aed tons: '

they attended.- the Palatka- likes all, the '/boys. Worship services : Sunday Tuesday night, Oct 3. 1 .Tara|. .Black IrrstTtat'.d' wart
Wl are V.A. approved. Seabreeze football game. Sun- R. C. Crews, use of profaneand
Any Tom./ Dick or. Harry. 11 a. m.. 7:30: p. m. [nursery Contrastingflattie
day afternoon they were at Just any boy will do," open]. Indecent language, for ') It A WEEK TABLES and LAMPS '3000.
e. We fax Beach. where Joyce bowled For t1irty'' little! Mary.She'll feited $3750 bond. Trim Shown with above Sofobed EXTRA
are approved by the State Welfare Agency. ,Sunday School, 9:43: a. m.
her team br the TravelingLeague.
with : feckless
'thent"onetime Robert Earl Cornwell, -
go 'out ;with ([nursery open]. Training tfc*
: drlvingg In school zone,
Ion. 8:30: m. [nursery opera
10. We are approved under Medicare) Saturday evening: a rattlesnake their forfeited $1250 bond.
And let them' have flln.gr -' :Rev Lawrence Carroll, !
was killed In'the'Barton's But, If you want: :to,'see her, Daeta*.. Timothy Harold Crawford, : I
11. yard. Snakes are on the resisting arrest (52.50 fine.L. .
We are large enough to give an run, ,
vices that an adult may need but! unaH nralnf en- move this time of. the ,year Just let them offer her a ring. DEDAN BAPTIST [Brooker] J. Alexander, driving 128 S. Walnut St. Phone 964-5239
enough searching for a hiding
while under the influence of
She is really a killer, ,
to provide a family atmoephre.t place. So when please you're watch outside.where When it comes to boys?; SchooL Sunday 9:45: Services a. m.: Morning Sunday beer, forfeited $102.50 bond. I Herman: Willis, Owner Bill Wilson Manager\

you step She'll play with them, then I
12. Mr. J. H. Moncrlef Is tn-charge of complete laboratory Mrs. Ida" Whitehead found a stomp them. Worship 11 a. m. Training!
and x-ray faculties. Chicken Snake In: her house Union 6:30: p. m. Evening
Laboratory No.' 8Z4.- Just as though they were toys
last week. So you better be- Service, 7:30.: Wednesday
She will love 'em, and leave
We Comply With Title 6, Civil Rights taw ware. "inside too. 'em, '. Prayer/ Meeting, 7:30: p. m

CALL /Whtteof Waycross, Ca. With never so much :Rev. Leroy Olive, Pastor. I
spent last wek with his sister! "Good-bye". mm wn iiif SF wm
AND 'VISIT WITH US. and brother-in-law, :Mr.\ and She'll! leave them sad and v..m.vrvv.n..n.HAMPTON. I 1 1 1I
Mrs. G. W. Ellis.
.C' -
Lawton B. Thomas, Owner-Administrator .
Mrs. Gertrude Kauffman-Asat. AdministratorWE 'The Jack 'Millers were sur- And sometimes they wish they I
prised by a call: from Lou's could ''die. i I

COMPLY Y'' WITH TITLE VI sister who is In the Philippines.The So if you see Flirty .Mary, Jo Ann Hicks
Talk the from GLOBE. he will visit in
call came through a ham You had better 'beware. I : to man you soon

Let Us Car for'YourLQvcdOnes radio operator in Indiana. She will break your heart, u u ..auaDa4fe
Jack's uncle, Horace Jones of And never even,care*#' ,r -
The .
wading of Miss Donna -
-. _. _' _L. ..___", .. ._ Marie Rhaden: and PFC 313 Tallahassee Bldg. 1309 Thomasville Rd.
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.' . R1cUdC.\ Davie was solemnized
in the Hampton Baptist P. O. Box 3111 Tallahassee, Florida

WOULD YOU : ,7:30: 'Church p. m. The on ceremony October 9 was at Ray Slajer, Manager

performed by the Rev. Murphy'of \
I Waldo.

I The bride is the daughterof

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rho- r
den and the bridegroom.: U
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter -

1"". Davie of Gainesville. I '
: ELIEUE White Bible CeremonyMiss I
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Donna., Rhoden: who *
became the bride of Richard fH.! '<-. .-. V

..' Davie on Monday: :: night was
., presented a white sift Bible %& ? M'TWJMFk ** '

; : =..- dUHng the evening worship
service Sunday. Six membersof & : \ : >* y "

; Only $1 09 O : : Woman's Hampton Auxiliary Baptist, Young their:

Counselor and the WMU
INCLUDING HANDSOME CARRYING CASE !.\\A """f'' I president participated! In the

.special gift presentation. 1tgbw
Each girl" wearing a pastel
colored dress, carried a single
flower which< she placed In
For this -
an'arrangement(: at the front '.
of the Church. The flower b -,

WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC arrangement, suggested unityas :{:: .'. ,... .. ::.: .>'y;
a marrlaaa which unites -
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two lives. Those taking! part .' I
in the lovely candlelight ceremony E :CA I

.were Lynda Stone. 5t.5-%
Debbie Hill Brenda !and Virginia _
Adds .-. -
'n Brown Carolyn! and .
( .
.,. 'r EJlth;! Kennan and Dcbbl and __- "',:-. '',*.:.' ., .
Subtracts Jo Anne Hicks. Odessla Mo-\ <:

Conaghy accompanied by .
Barbara -Hilt was the soloist.I .V*" i* \

Council Sleeting ..
I Multiplies I '
The Council met on TUes- .tffe
y day, Oct. 3, for their regular -'
monthly meeting with all
, present. Old business was Welcome the man from Globe when he knocks at your door. His policies are

TOTALS TO 999,999.99 taken care of and the new GUARANTEED RENEWABLE FOR LIFE And he has a plan to fit your Individual

I V -.po_,. ',. ..' officers, T. J. Alderman, needs, at a cost you can afford. And if you are eligible for medicare benefits,

I i. mayor; Mary Della Brown, your Globe man has some very Important Information for you.

! At Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine..With The I R.Clerk J. ;Williams and new and councilmen Wesley .

\ .' .... Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A Griffin Registration were sworn books In. are Globe is protecting hundreds of thousands of persons across the nation, in 45
states from coast to coast and top to.bottom. :
.I .. Heavyweight Machine. open at Home's Store. If you tM U 1
J are-not registered to vote In ,' ,- .

:APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL'. I register the City.M.soon of Hampto.i as possible.please Protection to meet your needs, at a cost you c an afford, and guaranteed renew-. .

I 10 KEY OPERATORS. INCLUDING CPA'S Must, be -21/tyears of age and able for life. That's what insurance is ''for, isn't it? -

fI PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS Jt- resident'of city for six
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'months-- .; I -

.. Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much!', Maxwell Ousts: and included Frank W. Williams. H.- ''i / 'GLOBELIFCANDACCI0ENTINSURANCECOMPANY' |

f Civil Defense Director \ .
K SEEING IS BELIEVING Mr.; Williams talked< favorably. .,. .... ....".",..... .-. ...,..; tr.14t::" J
>s> of the possibility of fpcurlng, -1

. some needed; equipment for .--. '
COUNTY Civil Defense to use In

I Hampton.A motion was made and Health Insurance Employee Disability Plans Income Replacement Plans Life Insurancer ;

1 carried to have council meet I

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