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 19, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Bus Schedule HitFreedom TT';.:,,, ;a, T By Rep. Shaw

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Of Choice Education Crisis

Assignments 'Silly'"It's r 9v l x: r x ,

r Blamed On Kirk

"It's silly," Southaide Elementary Principal Jim

Hobbs says of the federal government's freedom-of-

I choice plan which he charges is the reason that some "'iN

of his students receive instruction 40 minutes less than Responsibility for Florida's

students in some schools. elf -.- Kirk Telegram -.- present "crisis in education" -
t was placed
dr 1 squarely
Hobbs made the statementas "
he explained his schedulethis Hobbs said it Is Imposstbla st on the shoulders of

week in answer to ,a to give classroom Instruction Groups Will Work Gov. Claude Kirk by Rep.

group of mothers of SOuth- after( 2:15: since so many Gene Shaw In & speech at

side students who complained students leave class to ride Bradford High School

to the School Board last the buses. Students who --- Wednesday night.In .

Thursday that their childrenare walk to school and whose Nearly completed, the new $386,000 first The second phase, to cost about the same Together On SchoolsThe rapid succession Shaw

losing up to one and a parents pick them up are allowed phase of the Bradford-Union Vocational m the first, will be built directly In front of declared:

half hours of Instruction per to go home at 2:15: Technical Center I III almost ..bldI..hlll.1. the Phase I, where the two school officials are .
also, the principal said. oth- following telegram from Gov. Claude Kirk Jr. wall received -A crisis In education does
day.The er students ride double load excavation project going on for Phase II. standing. Wednesday afternoon by N. I* Wbodburn' County Chair exist In spite of Kirk's denials -

principal blamed the buses which leave Southsideat The gravel In 'being carted around to the A new high school will also go up on the man of the Governor's Advisory Committee.In ;
problem on the system of
2:30.: bark of the building to flU in for Phase I. Old Conway Airport site before too long, -A special legislative session -
assigning students to his It, the Governor expresses confidence that his office, the
Mrs. Principal Ted Oglenby and Supt. Tom !Hupt. said The is needed but Republican -
Casey state la
school from all parts of the Betty Sue Denmark, In the proerns Florida Education Association, the Governor's Commission on
one of the mothers presentat Casey, left, watch progress of the new buildIng of getting bill now for a nine-county legislators still hold the
county making
necessary Education, and the select Legislative committee which has been
the meeting, told the Wednesday, speculating on how soon It which has key to Its success;
to bring the students to a group agreed to go Into building working toward a compromise to allay mass teacher resignation -
central point, Bradford. High Board the group was "inter- will be occupied' by student Ogle..by hopes program together to cut costs. It will be for educationby -Due to the Governor3
will now work together for a master plan
School then shuttle them ested and concerned about to be' In the building In two week Brown a fiat of Hit kind of cooperative project In vetoes, the 1967 Legislature
the 600 children at South- January or sooner. It also contains a statement attributedto not only failed to make progress .
across town to Southside. Construction Co. .In expected to be flnlKlled the state.
Hobbs advocates going backto side." A new bus would arrive by next:. week.Sewer. the FDA. in education, but actually -

the old district system un- In mid-October. Mrs. The telegram reads, In full: resulted in retreat in

der which students were Denmark said she had "The FEA has just made the following statement: The :ITEM: many areas.

automatically assigned) to a heard, and asked If it could Executive Committee has this morning called off the Oct. 22 The outspoken Legislator.

certain school on the basis of be used to relieve the problem Service Water Tap-On meeting in Orlando. In the light of our work this week we are said that no Legislature In
where they live. .. of the late shuttle bus- Florida history studied edu-
& confident that we can be an effective force behind the governor's
This would simplify the session of the Legislature cation as thoroughly or as
Commission to an early special
The mother said she felt It
bus schedule, he says, by Rates dealing with education. We are also setting aside all sincerely, probed as deeplyor
unfair to Southside teachersto Increased
Council .
eliminating double loads: and By as long-and achieved so
shuttle busses.Explaining have the children at sanctions activities by putting a moratorium on sanctions and little for Its effort aa did the
school and not in class. She resignations.' 1967 session.

schedule, which the Hobbs Southside pointed -, also expressed, concern that Sewer service charges and tap-on fees for city water "In response to the above statement, I have said: "The Governor had repeat-

out is dictated by the the shorter schedule that 1,212 Persons were increased Tuesday night under a new ordinance 1. That the FEA has shown publicly that it la a professional edly said, 'Give me a plan.

high school schedule and the other schools in the county adopted by the Starke City Council association and not a union. and if we must have money,

fact that nearly two-thirds of would put Southalde's students Get CommoditiesHere Sewer service charges were 2. That the FEA leadership has Joined the Commission to make no mistake about It, 1

the county's near 4,000 students the behind by the end of In August hiked to a minimum of $2, an work for a total education program for the state. will get the money'." Shaw

are bussed to school, But year the mothers told increase of 50 cents, or to 80 $110 for a one-inch meter, 3. That I am commandeering the full resources of the gov- declared. "Many, of 114 took:
the were Bradford County had 1,212 per cent of a resident's wafer from $70. him at his word Including
principal said his basic the new bus would replacean up ernor's office FEA, Legislature, etc. in. total mobilization be-
school day runs from 8:19 a. old persons receiving food aid in bill, whichever It greater. The $190 for ali/a Inch, up from hind the Governor's Commission in order'to'accelerate ita work. Republican members of the
one on a regular run.
I m. to 2:&& p. m., a day August through' its commodity increase affects every customer $183.39. .,. Legislature.
School Supt. Tom with full support of all parties conwcernedt
Casey, 4. That I am confident )
which is six hours and 49 distribution program. Union not just commercial users $26?$, for a two inch meter, Shaw said they were sadly
minutes': long. told the mothers the- Board: CountxJjad;.fl05.recJjiIan.ft, and as recommended by the city's, up from $227.97.Proposed : the, Commission can finish Its work thin January or oon- disillusioned, however, r

Taking away 30 minutes adopted a new bus schedule : Baker had 087. engineers, Reynolds, Smith and for some time, the er. when an additional $74,967

i for lunch and 15 minutesfor for this term which necessitates The U, S. Department of Hills of Jacksonville. increases were placed into effect 0. That after receiving the complete new education program 608 was approved to meet educational -,

a morning break leaves the double runs and:! Agriculture's Consumer & The Council took no note of Tuesday night with little developed by my Commission, I will call a special session of th. needs, but was
shuttle '
five hours 45 minutes "of assigned buses. Bradford'sschool Marketing Service report that that fact, however, in adopting notice. Legislature to deal with total education. and fiscal reform. promptly vetoed by tbe Gov
transportation sys- 131,991 needy Floridians In 28 the ordinance
new which
class time,> whlcl wasetfect'lve 6. That the PEA has joined my Communion and has set ernor.
was set in accord-
up counties received food aid dur-
Tuesday, Oct 17.
Hobbs pointed out more than Morgan Starling: sanctions activities and all talk of resignations. "The needs of
meets the State Depart- ance with State Departmentof ing the program,In August.The In preparing their new bud- met a heaxj-on collision with

ment's five-hour limit for Education regulations he commodity distribution get last week, the Council esti- Are ElectedLeaton Sincerely, the Governor's no-new-tax

I graces, 46. lnimum..8ChOQI said.Under in. Florida i i. administered by mated the Increase In sewer Claude R. Kirk, :Jr. pledge," the Representativesaid.
the new routes the the Florida Department of service charges will bring in Morgan, Jr. was
day according to state law .
I number of buses re-elected, and Markalee Starling
for grades 1-3 Is four hours. was Public Welfare in cooperationwith about $5,000 in additional revenue Kirk's veto pen coat Bradford
from 25 to 20 at a saving of was elected to member-
the Consumer and Mark-
Students riding! the shuttle thousands of dollars. Casey Water tap-on fees increased ship on the Bradford Soil Conservation County schools more
eting Service. Foods distributed were Volunteers
Teacher of a million
buses are supposed to arriveat than a quarter
I said it.. would: cost an addI- Include dried beans, margarine, also at the recom- District Board of dollars Shaw said. including
8:20: a. m. and leave
tional .2 .OOO to eliminate cheese, flour, lard, shortening, mendation of city engineers, to Supervisors in the recent elec- Minimum
school at 2:1JS: p. m. which tion. Ballots tabulatedlast a $229. &l cut in
takes away another 45 min- present problems in the chopped meat, dried milk, pea cover the city's cost? in makinga Foundation Program funds;
transportation system.He nut butter, rice rolled oats Thursday Both men were Invited To WorkshopA
utes of Instruction time, but connection. The new tap-on $8,796 in school lunch, salary
referred to the bus grits raisins, and butter. elected for four-year terms in In
still leaves the students in fees are: supplements; and $8.400
schedule as an "Internal Commodities are distributedhere the election which attracted
class five hours and 10'minutes textbook monies, for a total
$75 for Inch Inch
a % by %
each day, 10 minutes curriculum problem. from the Civil Defense only 40 voters to the polls, workshop Is set tomorrow for 93 persons who of $244,747.
,[Continued On Two] ? the water ) from 131.78.
Page building Fairgrounds meter up
longer than the. state re- have, volunteered to keep Bradford County schools openif "Based on 1983 figure a

quires. teachers tender resignations after Sunday scheduledmass mill was valued at $"1.262
Hobbs In Bradford County, and It
further explainedthat teacher meeting in Orlando.
the shuttle bust have But It's Not Required School officials said Wednes. would! require a 2.99 mill Increase
been later than the 820 in ad valorem taxes
schedule they are supposes' day afternoon the workshop Mrs. Joanne Sawyer, one of In 1968-87 and\ 1968-69 to
will held Friday
be as planned
to meet. But lie said, the the teachers the mothers appearing before make up this deficit," Shan
School Board has adopted a even though mass the Board. Others appearingwere said.
Orlando Sunday
set in
new policy Charles ''Sawyer Mrs Kirk's vetoes of various appropriation
whereby the Council To Publish Budget has been cancelled by the Flor-
shuttle buses from BHS will ida Education Association Betty Sue Denmark, Mr and bills also resiiiod

run on schedule regardless of after negotiations with a legIslative Mrs Mac McGriff, Mrs. Jew- in:
when the regular buses ar- committee and aides ett Fogg, and Mrs. Ann God -An Increase In the teach

rive. Late buses 'from regular, Starke'a near million dollar one way or the other. If 'both for the $1,200 included for when they found out one car of Gov. Claude Kirk. win.A. er-pupil load in first grade;

runs henceforth will make budget will be put :before the police cars are not traded, repair that purpose. had. only 23,000: miles on it. A three-hour session is set statement given the Board Elimination of the State's
the shuttle run for the stu- people, the City Council decided costs will,exceed the $2- The council cut one policecar Hurst's pleas were heard but with the list said: more than $3 million supple-

dents on them. Tuesday night in voting 800 alotted;he clad and it is from the budget when they not heeded as the council held\:) teacher-substitutes Friday morning for for prospective elemen- "We sincerely hope that the ment for school lunch, salary

Another shuttle bus (Is now to publish the document in a_ impossible to trade !both cars were balancing the document the line on the spending bill schools and a similar one realization of an earnest effort supplements; .

running too, making tbrsa newspaper. they had spent three nights Is tary set in. the afternoon for on parent's' and citizens' -A $3 million dollar cut

running between BHS'&DC! Nothing in the City Charteror balancing.- high school substitutes. The part to help the School Board In funds for the free text-

South side.Cpme. Code of Ordnances states i' -' q A ,,'r-' "Nofoody In the world realizes morning session will run from and county superintendentkeep book programA :
the city must publish the budget :", better than I the midnight 8:30: to 11:30: and the afternoon the schools open will en- $3,259.0000 Increase In

One I t Come All! or even make one. But a' _j rIY hours apent on a budget from 1:30: to 330.: courage teachers who have capital outlay funds for school
newly elected Councilman P. :Mayor Hurst said, noting he Brief will be NOT resigned and maybe constructionA ;
HALLOWEEN T. Nolan moved to have the IY had worked on it seven years. given of the jobs and skills help teachers who have resigned $1 million appropriation
budget published in the Brad- The mayor said records in city teachers to < to reconsider this de for an industrial train
are expected per-
CARNIVALPratt (ft7W-founty! ": '! $ TelegrffpJtTto tell' 8r hall prove that It costs.., $800 tTotm'In the classroom, accord- cision." ing program:'

Street the public where its, money more per year to trade one ing to Mrs. M.' A. Payne, the In his latter Inviting the -A $180,000 appropriationto
PlaygroundllaJJoween goes car than to trade both. Repairson elementary supervisor who will volunteers to fine workshop, Increase the value ofteaching

Night Councilman Jimmy MoRse the, used car 'WIll amountto conduct? the elementary ses Supt. Casey stated the School/! scholarship from

6 to 8 spoke against the proposal, more than the saving by the sion. Secondary Supervisor L. Board "plans to keep our $200 per semester to $200

terming; it a "watea of money" time depreciation, maintenance H. Gibson will conduct the high schools open as long aa we per quarter;
Hampton School since the budget and any other and time lost when the school session. Supt. Tom have a sufficient number of -Additional funds for

records are available in City car is in the garage is counted, -Casey will speak to both qualified personnel who will kindergarten and exceptional
HALLOWEENCARNIVAL Hall for inspection 'by the pub- he Insisted. assume the necessary responsibility shots programs is well as additional -

lie. City Clerk Merrill Edwards But Councilman Neil Tucker, groups.The volunteers will also be required." Substitutes library service units
agreed,, .but said he the most hard-nosed "board
has had told of the liabilities and responsibilities should be thoroughly aware and financing to Implement
Sat. Oct. 21 no requests from anyone wanting member when it came to Increasing they face under that it might be necessary fo a new transportation formu

4 to 8 p.m.Sponsored to seethe budget. the budget, came Florida when they enter a keep schools open for "an ex- la.
NoUn, Gerald WlUUms! : Nell right back: classroom.A tended period of time." Shaw said the bill he favored

By Tucker, and Chairman Orle Mayor! you have $79,533 in of parents presenteda School Board Member Rod- and supported during
I Hampton PTA Wiggins voted* to publish the They're Working For You your police budget. Do you see lint of 85 volunteers to the ney Hall said he appreciatedthe the controversial session was

I Costume budget, and McRae abstained. anything you can cut to getit School :Board at a special list and that he hoped the KB 1235, which did not offer
Judging: The chairman appointed ?' Tucker referred to another Board would consider a formal the PEA wanted
now being repaired meeting last Thursday, Oct. everything
And Bingo NoUn and Williams to meet Books at the Bradford pounty Library z $1,200 for had
the second statement he prepared on
police which, he nonsldered a
Starke'a'' Club whose member<', 19, and the list has since grown but
Variety Booths ,with a representative of the by Senior Citizen car."No to 93.The. the school crisis fair compromise and the best

Everyone Welcome newspaper to determine which five of whom are ,shown above hard at work, are taking part'in sir I don't." Hurst ,replied 32 persons who signed The Board then adopted the 103 in state funds. he said.

portions of the budget will be a new ::community, project. with a laugh."I up at the beginning of the statement, affirming a policyof This measure was denotmc-

This Space Contributed published.It These six: HoId..te"n'. spent several hours Tuesday repairing don't see anything In the school year for substitute were keeping the schools open for the six counties he repre

will cost the city approximately worn ot-vbook covers and glueing old book hack rest of it either," Tucker replied also invited to the Workshop. regardless of circumstanceswhich sented. It would have given

Weekly to Publicize $1SO. together and they could never,be described as "old" all they also ''with a chuckle: They were not\ included among might "deny the children Bradford! an additional "00-

Community Events by. The council also formally laughed and worked their way through a big pile of books. "We got it down to $19,000and the 93 volunteers, however. of the county an open" ed by some Republican members
adopted their $939,939 something had to the volunteers col- door to their county school. and few Democrats
The Community spending They're delightful l ," said Mrs. Martha' Minx head go. Ten of are follow even a
It also Included the
bill after listening to. Mayor The Issue was resolved how- lege grads and IS more have as "a welfare bOV
Stat -Banli Carl Hurst plead for a second librarian. ever, by the adoption of the taught before or are retired ing statement: Shaw declared.] They self
Accounts now Insured police car to be included. The Club plans) to upend every other Tuesday workingon budget with Jut one new police teachers. "The Bradford School Board let the children walk to school

up to $15,000 by The mayor repeatedly,. told the books. car included. The Council "The whole purpose of the pleads with all citizens to help and buy their own textbook
find reasonable and!
Federal Deposit laear the Council the Police Depart- At left from the rear are Mrs. Helen McManua, :Alex: searched at? length for some list Is to let the School Board a If they want an education.

anc. Corp.: ment' budget will be overspent Morton, and )1,.. Emma Schafer, and at right. President Joe place to get the 1,200, but it know we feel the schools legislative the schools program and In to supportof alter That's not our responsibility."
was la vain. should be kept open" said [Continued On Page Two
Kerrigan and leis wife Dorothy. j
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Mr. and Mrs. George Red- I lent at times, but would pose Forest Ser+Ice.
dish and Miss Alma Jane Ak- Freedom Of New Drive-In i problems that more or less cffet W. R. HelX: Jr., forest

W ridge attended the graduationof \ rl5 /* that point. training supervisor said the
W' Pvt. George Larry Reddish Choice 'Silly' Window Cut The architect went over t the
of the course is to
from,; I ttfsU! i training: at Fort plans for Cue first story of :he objective (

Polk, La. on October 6. He Is I i Continued From Page One] In CourthouseA courthouse and said he had better acquaint new employee

now attending MOS for com- met with the officials con- with the overall program of

GLADYS MOOYY pany clerk training:. Pvt. Reddish I In other action Thursday, cerpied\ and worked out arrangements the Forest Service with special

I'hone 964.7608 recently won a color con I the School Board: drive-in window was cut to their satisfac emphasis on fire control.
-- sole TV at the Vernon Parrish -Accepted an audit from from plan for the tax collel'tor'l -
Accountant Nell Tucker and tlon.When for The rangers arrived at Camp
Glen Conner of Orlando wa Mr. and Mrs. Walter King Fair in Leesvllle La. office In Bradford'sproposed he reviewed plans
Mr J. W. Klncald visiting edr said a special meeting will and rought Blandlng Sunday afternoon and
visiting his parents, Mr. and have moved into their new was new courthouse last: the second story,
Mrs, Leon Conner, and Mr. home In Green Acres. MX. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe be set lOon to go over It Thursday.; Oct. '0, when t eCounty' lip provision of space for will leave for their home Fri

and Mrs. Barney McRae on Mrs. S. J. Hewitt of Jacksonville ; In Tampa over the weekend. item-fcy-ltem. I: Commission met wi!".t school administration offices day.
jinday and Monday. walt Tuesday visitor Dr.and Mrs. D. W. Whlffen Authorized a call for bids Architect Frank George. the commission told to proceed -

"! tand Mrs. W. T. Jackson of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzcn- returned Saturday from ten A (or food for the next four Chairman Dave Shuford ", on line basis that the

and i farr dy were in Keystone dorf Sr.Clnnouut. days In Montreal, Canada attending months. wanted to eliminate the window school board offices will not THE RIGHT POINT for the

Heights! on Sunday visitingNIr : Vi Frlco All Expo '67. They also 1. Formally accepted the but Commissioner Jerome be In the new courthouse. the way you write. Come In
arv- Mrs. A. G. Loudon Sr. Brand Nuine--American made visited their sister-In-law Miss 1.rt S1 2.942 Brooker School of Johns wsnted it left in. Tax Hamilton said he thought and select your favorite ES-
Watch Hand. Spvlilrl.. J-U Muriel Natt, In New York City N ',}, six classrooms and Inspectedand Collector J. R. Kelly vas calledto better to give the school board TERBROOK fountain pea
Mr and Mrs. Bruce Mathewsand
etc. Uulllngton'H.. Mrs. Donald Bagwell returned tentatively acceptaji: the the meeting and the window $30,000 to provide their own -
family\ of Gainesville\ were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields Tuesday from two eight classroom Hampton ; was eliminated .aftVr! he told facilities, In lieu of cimco In

Sunday evening supper guestsof and sons of Jacksonville were weeks In Nashville, Tenn. visitIng School which cost $186,708. the Commission the disadvantages : the courthouHe, and that: po- SCHEDULE:
Mr. and; Airs. Carl Mathews. Sunday visitor of Mrs. J. H. with her parents, Mr. and to the window would offset sii'iun t.'ns suppor cd :'y Shu- OF SERVICES

Wisse[ Carol Flesher and Fields. Mrs. C. S. Dixon.Attending the advantage; :!I ford ai.J Cornmls loner J. M. -

J-anette Friel of Gainesville I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall the FFWC Dist. ; Workshop Setup: "Personally, T can't see the r Norm ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH
were last Friday evening sup of rict Four meeting at the River. need for It," the Chairman met will Starke
Tampa were Friday over- George; and< h< had
per guests of Mr. and Mrs. night guests of Mr. and Mrs. side Woman's Club In Jackson ; 1,1 For VolunteersContinued commented, "It would require .I the Judges' Involved, and that
W T. Jackson W. H. Graham. vlllo last Friday were Mrs. additional employes and wouldbe he was still working out details Sunday Mass: 9:18: a. m.

Clone-nut Vi prl..o11 Miss I<:al'lleen Thomas took Guy Sale. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, ( From Page One) an unnecessary expense, as or faculties for them. Thursday Mass: 8:3i: ( p. m.

Brand Nmne..-American made her Beautician State Board Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. C B. the average person pays county He said he will have pre- Miraculous Medal Novena:
Watch IlaniN. 81..1dfo1.[ J-B exam in Winter Haven on TerwUlcgar, Mrs. F. W. StrlckI I I any conditions existing within !'axos only once a yea ." liminary plans completed lOOn, Saturday, 7 p. m.
etc. Bullingtnn'N.. Wednesday.Mrs. land, and Mrs. V. J. Spengler the state which may hinder But Commissioner Johns and another meeting was set Confessions\! : 5 p. m. and< 7

Sen. and Mra. Charley John Carolyn Frlpp Barren from the Starke Woman's the school operation." called the window "one of the up for Nov.( 2 at 1:30: p.m. p. m.
have returned from Chit Df; Coral Gables was visitingMr. Club, and Mrs. Harold Godwin. Sup. Casey supported the jest features of the new build-

'weeks at Glenville, N. C. and Mrs. L. G. Powell,. Mrs. Charles Hutcheson, Mrs. policy statement, saying the! Ing. It would be a great con- ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH
Mrs. M. L. Lawson and, family Tohn Powell and other friends Leroy Norman Jr. and Mrs I Board had no choice but to venience to the public, including Forest RangersIn Keystone .Heights

spent the weekend with here on Saturday. J. C. Dukes from the Junior take that course of action. the car dealers." TrainingAt Sunday Mass:. 7:30: a. m.

relatives In lAuburndale. Oranges and grapefruit 43centt Woman's Club. by More than half of Bradford's Commissioner Zedra Hampton and 9 a. m.WednsedaF.

Mr. and *s. E, W. New,> per> do/en." l uw ling's Mr. and' Mrs. W. F. Here 3k. teachers have submitted their opposed the window, saying Camp Blanding : :Hue and Novena .
tomb of Orlando, are visiting/ Produce Market. long and son, :Mark, of Jack- unsigned resignations, Richard It would cost more than 7 p.m.

their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and} Mrs. Herbert Thornis sonville and Mrs Mary C, Mrs. Loyree Cocomise Jockel, president of the Brad UOOand.the money could be Thirty-eight new week rangersare of Instruction ST. MART'S CHURCH
B. ford Education A soc., told the receiving a
Purvis and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb will have as weekend guests, used to better advantage. Banding In. MaocLennr
Board. at Camp
this week. it their camp In the Wheeler attended the funeral Tax Collector Kelly agreed I the first tailing: school: of its Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. OK.Savings .
Rev. and Mrs. Roman, Alvarez Mrs. Kathleen. Goethe of St'rub'l of a brother, Roy Layfleld In WOMAN\ OF YEARBusy the window might be convene kind, conducted ' and sons have returned to Palatka andMr.. and Mr. W. Lake Harbor on Tuesday. High School PTA

their home in Grand Prairie, M. Goethe and three sons. Mr. Dr. T.O. Ritch and son, Asks Solution r
Texas after spending five days 3oei'ie recently returned Tues- Dick, were camping at Okee- Mrs. Loyree Cocomlse sold locally through Den-

with their parents, Mr. and day from two year tour, of feenokee over the weekend. has been named 1967 Womanof mark Furniture In Starke. By Kirk, FEA
Mrs. Joe Starling, and Mr. and :duty in Vietnam. .Airs. Fred Bennett spent the the Year by the Starke Interested In all phases of
>.frs. O. R. Alvarez :Mr.: arid 'Mrs David I weekend with her son and! Business and Professional life, Mrs. Cocomlse is pre Telegrams to :

Oranges and grapefruit 45 Browning and Mr. and Mrs. daugh&r-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. Women's Club. sently serving as a Demo- : Kirk and Florida Education 1:

renU. per dO""'''". Dow ling' Theodore Rosier of Raiford Billy Moore In. Melbourne.Mr. Owner and manager of the cratic Committee Woman. Association officials, urging
Produce Market.Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hlggln- them to find workable solu-
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bradford. Furniture Corp. here She recently received the I I
and Mrs. Fred Graudonand Jack Cason at Ormond 44 Beach botham have returned from and Vita King Farm In Palm Outstanding Personalties of tion! to the problems of Florida I

family' visited their daughter. on Sunday. two months In Tuscon, Ariz. Beach and always on the go, the South Award trom the schools, were authorized by x
Miss Bonnie Graudon at and are residing in Lawtey. membership of I'ne Bradford te
ricme-mrt % Price All Mrs. Cocomlse Is very activeIn BPW Club In recognition .,:
FSU: on Sunday. made Local admittances to Brad- High School PTA In a meeting
Brand Name-American' civic work as well as her her past achievements, outstanding
Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green ford County Hospital this week here Tuesday night. I
\Vatrh Biimli. Si>elclel:I. J-B, professional life. Her fellow ability and serviceto
tind daughter and. Mr. and Mrs. etc. Bulllngton'H.Mr. include: Mrs. Edna Ray Crawford state and An amendment, offered by
:,RIchard Carter spent the week and Mrs. C. D. Williams ; Mrs Mary Bell.: Clarence BPW Club members say tha.t"Loyree nation.community: Wm. S. Haas specifying that

end at Cedar Key.PLUMBING. of Jacksonville were Sunday W. :Moore: Mrs. Marion F. always finds time to Mrs. Cocomlse Is presently any additional financing bo
lend helping hand
and Mrs. Willie Mae a
visitors of Mr. and,, Mrs. One Vndarhlll needed and her beautiful' serving as a member of the done at t-e State level was
Judd of Starke Edward Dahl-
; defeated by the group and the
Wiggins. Board of Governors of the
and : man of Hampton; Mrs. Emma roses which grace hundreds resolution was adopted with
Mrs. H. H, Adams, Mrs. Bradford County Chamber
Newman and \ Luckof of hospital trays each year
Mrs. Mary tnly Haas' dissenting; vote. -ahlae.
Foster Shl Smith Mrs. G. S.
of Commerce as a. memberof I
ELECTRICALRepairs Keystone Heights; Mrs. Lucite brings happiness to many pa- PTA President: James Blood- i'l
Brown and Mrs. W. B. Thompson -
the Board of Directors ut
tients In our hospital"Roses ) !
Cauley and Mrs. Gladys worth said Wednesday that
Jr. attended a "Faith at the Bradford County FR.r..
or Contracting Work" conference in Orlando Bennett of Lawtey; Wallie abundant: at many Association. a member cf the telegrr' .ns were being prepared -

I I from Friday to Sunday.Mr. Crews of Melrose; James G. civic functions can often be the Starke Woman's Out, bu' mlgr-.t; be withheld I
}Howell of Lake But'ier!: ; and in view jf a report on television !
and Mrs. H. B. Trescott J
John R. Duke of Florahome. traced to the Cocomlse'sfarnv and the Starke Golf and 5
of Macon, Ga. and Mrs. Ruth Furniture from her Cst'ntry Club. She Is also Lowe that: the Governorand
Fred has returned
964-6676() Trescott!of Lavonia. N. Y. were Browning S.301 northof nl the the PEA 'had reached a
or and from several days visit with factory on U. serving: as president; ,
Sunday visitors of Major Starke Is familiar to most Bradford County Hospital: '
friends and relatives in Plaevllle. compromise on calling a special ,
and Mrs...
V. J.
Mra.\ Spengler.
964-5088 Emma Badman. W. Va.Orances Bradford Countians and's' Auxiliary. legislative session! to deal

and grapefruit 45 'with scl .')01! @ J r
Mrs. Desta Dyal and Miss ; problems.

BRADFORD Della Rose bare",, laltendedii a. Produce cents per Market c dozen.:' Dowling' plied by state universities. I I II I ,
BPW State Board meeting at y .
West Palm! Beach, overthe; ; Mrs. Marguerite; Corn of In defending Bradford THE BRADFORD I
1 ELECTRIC ANDPLUMBING weekend. Lakeland 'Is'visiting Miss Crisis Blamed C.unty teachers against some COUNTY TELEGRAPH at

II Madge Mldd ton and Mrs W. of their critics Shaw said.
Mrs Myrtle Adlclns; of E. Middleton. "T believe that many of you Published every Thursday

sovill was visiting! her Mr.: and Mrs. C. T. Beasley\ On Kirk are d-vdleated to your profession at 138 W. Call St..

607 W. MADISON ST.' /in.week./ S.: L. Crawford the J.Ck//of Haines City are Thursdayand and the children youteat Starke. Fla. 32091 and Loan

Friday visitors of Mrs. O. [Continued From Pane One) :.." He said he was distressed -I Second class postage paidat
L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kln by and took stron,
Shaw voiced the belief thata B Stmrke :Fla.

cald.Mrs.. Comer Ferryman of majority; of the Legislature exception a recent to speaker the remarks here who of'I Subscription Rates: 41t.3 I ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
[ OLUTIONARfYnew "la now in' tune to meet the I
REI Jacksonville was visiting Mrs.E. ; told teachers they could not In trade area: $4.00 per
K. Ferryman! last week. Mi r. needs of education," and repeated get jobs In other lines of year; $2.29 six month 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000
Perryman joined them over the his belief trial there
entftavor:! :: It they resigned

performance! weekend.Miss Janelle Pollard formerly la partisan no place'pol in lcs.education for I, their"He teaching and Gov positions.Kirk are debasing )I per Outside year;trays'2.:10: area six month: J4.80 Save Here With Safety and Earning Power.

of Starke, has recently been lie said tto $191 million Increase our teachers, and I E. L. Matthews, editor and Your
extended a bid from Phi Epsilon for education. used by '. declared. Cash Is Available When You Want It.
dcr.'t: like It, Shaw I publisher
chapter of Delta Delta the Governor and his supporters -
F. "h. Delta sorority at the University Is not a true figure ------ .,' -

!w we' / of Southern Mississippi IrHattiesburg. because., much of it goes for ..........1..e....................N.
r Miaa., where she the teacher retirement fund, .

I Is a'student., and purposes:; other than actual ..
iiiE11 =Ii.sIl Mrs. J. G. Caldwell house classroom needs. : m m. .

keeper at Bradford County; He said that starting salaries 50 years. of craftsmanship developed ibis :
I| Hospital, attended a meeting -
wllr, t I In Florida are lower than
/ I / I mattress for comfort and :
of the Crown Chapter!: NEHA those offered In Georgia and durability

I at the Flagler Hospital In St. Alabama, while Florida Is With, these quality feature

Augustine on Thursday. forced to compete with those
I Mrs. John Bennett of Riverside states in the teacher market LIMITED> .
Calif. Is visiting Mrs J.. Comfort, of fosm wKk' ..
I only 33 per cent 01
I E. Wilson for a week. Its teacher needs can be sup- _- OffER 5 ..", Oft of ..*.*
(Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tlllej
l s
of Jacksonville and Mr. and o Havy I Ii&, ....
I Mrs. J. G. Stalnaker of Bruns-

Oranges and grapefruit 015 t \A ,'. el"I' ......fS
cents per dozen. Dow ling' GOODFOR

Produce Market

wick Ga. were weekend guests
I of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson., f'attress '
I' Mrs. Gladys Weldon was Q2 /t .

visiting Mr. and (Mrs. J. R... // ..
I / :
Weldon lit Jacksonville over .
only a beautiful I the weekend. C7 ,) .
Mrs. Linton Taylor Jr. and ,
I akers l /
daughter of Jacksonville are -
i n.me-out H Price' All LIFEr ,

Brand Name-American made _
OIL HOME HEATERgives Watch Bund. Hpeldel J-B,, ',srase

etc. Bulllngton's. :; .\ ''
so much wonderful comfort spending three weeks with her I, aft

parents Mr. and Mrs. Merritt r r
I Williams, while Mr. Taylor is '.'! ; run 'na : -

new heating comfort attending an insurance claim's A -- \ -

I, school In Massachusetts.Mr. : '"' Designed' by Malom's Bedding Craftsmen, renowned '
This new Siegler Oil Heater La all new, from the inside and Mrs. Lucky Norris i 'NIUUNC\ for quality workmanship as the mattress that they I
outl Th entire walla of the inner unit create I and son of Lee burg were Sun.
heat tubes that surround the flame. The result super i isJDore' day visitors of Sgt. and Mrs.B. would build for their personal alld family aa. ;i
/ '
heat over your floor more fuel. saving, and H. Spears. .
undreamed Worley Elliott of Green Cove 1 .
heating comfort
'. Why put up with an Good, up-to-date life Insurance
'Springs has been admitted to
'ezpel aive" SAVE
cheap heater when a Siea:1:ler will pay for protection. A good choice of poll t '
the Starke Home.
Itself with the fuel it saves. cies designed to fit your needs ex
Mrs. Oeorga Anderson returned actly. (Like our Junior, Family, or r .
new stylingClean Tuesday from a month's Executive Protector plans.) And 20' sack
visit ''With her broliier-in-law It's the same good deal as State pica
trim lines;.with a !'picture frame" front. The and sister, Mr. and Mrs Dale Farm auto Insurance! Three good .
jenuura porcelain. enamel is rich cordovan with bright Van Slckel In Los Angeles reasons to call your State Farm Foam Rubb.r leg.
Mold trim. This agent now. Still another reason? or Innerspring 4950scs
Siegler will b. the handsomest and Calif. The special training and experience S6SgDopblq
/ warmest friend your: home! Rav. E. F. Montgomery Sr. that make him an outstanding

of Lake City and<; Mr. and Mrs. professional insurance man. SheMatlrtii
see a SIEGLER soon at Frederick Daniel of Reldsvllle.N. Co; call him noW. wr DENMARK

C. were Sunday dinner; .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. David MERRITTWILLIAMS Box- Spring*
.utontgomery.lar. FURNITURE CO. ..

'. :; ana ,Mrs. James Waters 117 'N. Walnut St. ..
and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy HK-! ,
,CO. grbotham'; were guests of Mr.' Phone 961-5391& ;' el1 y J ::4 Vest Mltted( ( 1:''jg : I

and Mrs. l.. S. 'Rhoden at a IIT4T! *x5,4llr+ ['HT iTH ,. S i
fish fry on Alto Lake last I ItU..L Illd. UI.I./IJ"JN./ ... : ,edusANY'UJtela' : iI PHONE J 9645827IItCTION : I
431& W.. Cull St. Phone 96 &.5827 ,.J-.
: :"hursll '.) night. rifer.
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I _nroa...... OCT. to. IOn
BRADFORD COPTTTT .......,......... 8TARKB. irtORn>A' .
Section I Pago I

Woman's Club Hospital Auxiliary Brownie Scouts loons candle shoot' tire pitch,I Mrs. Joe Qiesy !I. chatrma-

Given RecipeFor Renovating LobbyThe To RegisterThere bingo, pitch a penny, cakewalk 'I 1 I of the carnival. and may be I

Happiness ana rortune teller. reached at 864-0875.

e Bradford County Hospital will be a registration .....
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Dr. William C. Young Social Auxiliary.: under the for Brownie Scouts on Tuesday II'ffJlnr I "'" '-'":. = I
Scientist, was the guest speaker executive committee com Oct. 24, from 3 to 4 -
at the Starke Woman' posed of Mrs Loyree Coco- p.m. In the Methodist. Fellow- -ter
GLADYS MOOTY Club meeting Wednesday after- I ; miss president Mrs J. V. ship Hall. .. Bill Oliver Says:

Phone 964-7608 noon of last week. KlncalH'!:' Mrs. H. C. Rltch Girls In the second and third

The program was under the ,, and Mrs. C. A. KrJght, are grades will be eligible. Regular MAKE EVERY MEALA
direction of Mrs. Warren Wink- renovating the lobby and meetings will be held! each BANQUETDine
I ler. chairman, of the Health i snack room of the Bradford Tuesday afternoon from 3 ,to

Department' of the club. Dr at County Hospital. 4:30: In Fellowship Hall. For Tonight and
A Y. Coving ton Introduced I The AuxlUary Is furnishing further Information contact' Every
I 1a the npe\ ker. I the rooms with new fur- Mrs. D. W. Whlffen, Brownie Night in the Clean Cozy

Dr niture and leader 533-2416. Comfort of
Young directed his talk I draperies. Permission lilhil
! to those who are "39 and holdIng II I was given to the

I r 1 1.a 1. ." He suggested that "If Auxiliary by the Board of ADK Observes i To-Rena Motel Restaurant
II we are going to be healthy J Ji Trustees to convert the pre-
I and happy we are going to I sent snack room off of the Founder's Day
have to work at It." He said i!' j lobby to a Hospitality Shop' Where Quality Food Is Expertly PreparedAt
a Alpha Delta Kappa. held
we are going to have t'o let 1 with small gift items am. Its Moderate. Prices
regular meeting
people go (husbands, children I refreshments. monthly
and. ourselves) and I Tuesday night at.the. nome I Complete Chicken Dinner $1.50 1111

dispose of our fears, anXletles'1 i Junior Hi MYF of Mrs. Clyde Sinclair wltn I Including Choice of Home-Baked Pies
guilts and hostilities, I Mrs. Ruth Reynolds as co-

on to religion. I Y askr ,, Enj&ys HayrideThe hostess.A Italian Spaghetti, Meat Balls $1.50 till

Mrs. Guy Sale, president, [ Founder's Day program .
.. conducted the business meetingand Junior Highs of the was presented by Mrs. R. S. ',T--- _" _
Mrs. A. Russell Norman, Methodist Youth Fellowship Mulllns. During ,the oocial
enjoyed a hay ride, bon hour a demonstration
gave the devotional using the''' fire on 1 .
phrase "Let us be done with i i H and weiner roast at the O. antiquing was given\ by E.I -- ,

fault finding and leave off W White Jr. cottage on W. Hodge. _...-..:.;....
__ .
Y __ Crystal Lake last '
Saturday "
self-seeking" as her topic. .
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? The Library chairman, :Mrs. Verna Loraine Davis Becomes night/ New River WMU MAN1 '
1 Bride The 27 young. folks attending \ '
Jerome Johns, invited all t'o
t ..., visit the library and pick upa Of John L". Rule In Church: Of God were chaperoned by Meeting Postponed 'I: PLAN 'II ,;
I their sponsors, Kir.\ and Mrs. '. ,
card whichis
J' new membership The New River Association
free to all residents of Bradford Miss Verna Loraine D!'vts, an empire waist and rounded Paul Hutchins and Mr. and WMU will "
not meet
Mrs. White. as planned .l.i CHECI.P,.. ;.
daughter of Mr. and airs. I : .
County. She also pre- neckline embroideredwith ; .
Oct. 19
on but will meet ,
'j sented of Oscar W. Davis of Starke,' The MYF also attended \ ... : ,
some the new books seed pearls The long Instead '
on Oct. 26 at 10
:a.,, < ; "oJ
'' : on varied subjects thatare and John Edward Rule, son lace train was caught at the the sub district meeting In m. at the Hampton Baptist> :0, ..... .',, l
i( available< at the library. of Mr and' Mrs. J. E. Rule back neckline. She wore a Lake City Monday night at Church. There will be a cov- "; 8c'wSave .
.... of dayjton, Kan. were unitedin lace the First Methodist Church. / (, :
.....- :Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, senior medallion and carrieda ered dish luncheon. Rev. Bob'I ,"" II J
fit i .....*" + -'. ."S. ... sponsor of the Little Women's marriage on September nosegay of white carnations. Mr.They Hutchins.were accompanied' by Cooper, pastor of the< First ", .! .;. (2JJ. .,' .. .. .
Donna Marie Club, announced that the Little 30, at > 7:30: p. m. In the Baptist Church Mission. will )
Rhoden Exchanges Vows Church of Ood with Rev. L. I
Women presented the club Mrs.\ Davis chose for her be guest speaker.Halloween .
With Mr. Davie In Hampton ChurchMiss with four dozen crystal salad S. Williams officiating. daughter's wedding a gold New Members Time and Money Cull

plates during the summer Decorating the altar were I brocade satin suit complemented Initiated By Carnival i :
Donna Marie Rnoden. the vocalists Mrs. Edith from money the club raised baskets of carnations and with a white carna-
daughter of Mr and lira\ Kennan, Carolyn, and Tony. last club year. pompoms against a background -' tion corsage. Little WomenThe Next Wednesday [ r.

and Leroy Pfc Rhoden Richard of Hampton' Given in marriage by her Mrs. Jim Ritch and Mrs. of palms and Mrs. Rule, mother of the Little Women's Club At Starke Element. .. BILL POWELL
Clifford Robbie Shaller acknow-' branched> candelabra.Mrs. .
father, the were
brie wore a groom, wore a green suit, held
Davie, an initiation of new
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Walter white satin gown with lace ledged as reinstated members, Canvoa organ- and! a white carnation cor- bers at their meeting \ Youngsters can take their
Davie of Gainesville, Jacket and- 'saftH"1" and two visitors, Mrs 'Aitt'.' ist, rendered nuptial, music Monday choice of 20
a train .events, at. t7ef PHONE
were united in night in the club house. }!? I 9646464tj
marriage at as the
Covington and Mrs. Fred Ped- guests gathered and sage.A
which formed a circle at the Mrs. Starke Elementary PTA Halloween ,
i reception Guy Sale, -
7:30: was held 'n president o
p. m. Monday Oct. 9, In bottom en, were welcomed to the accompanied Gerald Williams -. Carnival next a
and Wednesday
the Hampton was fastened at the church annex which was the Sta.rkeVoman'. Club, was 401 W.
the Madison
Btptbt soloist. Street
i meet'ing.
Church. the waist with a bow. Her decorated with baskets of guest speaker. Oct,; 25, from 12:15: to
choulder-length veil was attached The president made the following James McNeely of Anacoca carnations and Marilyn\ Bolllnger, president, 3:30: pni. at the school play-
The ceremony was performed to announcements: Oct. La served as best man pompcm3.The ground. Starke Fla.
a crown headpiece, bride's presented each new member: ,
'- by Rev. Bob Murphy, and her flowers were white, 1 -22, National Bible Week; and the ushers were J. I?. with was covered with a long stemmed carne Big! event of the day is a'

of Waldo, against an archway carnations centered with a Oct. 13, District Four tour Donn and Robert Griffin of centered a white with lace clothand tion. New members are: Patricia costume judging set for noon.

I formed by twelve lighted white orchid. She wore a from the Southsida Woman's Brunswick, Ga. cake a wedding Edwards: Linda Jo Gay, Other events include grab
placed .
candles, centered with an three-strand pearl recklaca, Club In Jacksonville. Miss Kathy Thomas attended the base of on the a cake reflector.At Janet Nichols, Jan Ritch, Doris bags,, hamburger stand, bowing )-
arrangement of red roses.A with matching earrings.Mrs. During the social hour the as maid of honor in garland of pink, and blue Spengler, Cindy 'Strickland, dart games, surrey rides,
program of nuptial Barbara hostesses served dessert, a pink brocade floor length Struth, 'I a
Crawford, a rosettes. The table Nancy Elizabeth country store, snow cones a
music was presented by Miss matron I gown. Her veil of illusion,|, punch ?
of honor, wore a yel- course. I Thornton and Betty Jo War-
Debra Hicks, pianist, and low satin II was secured to a matching was covered -with a white pound a nail, two flab ponds,
gown the
I rosette in her hair. She; car- lace doth and centered witha ren.Ginger Baldwin and Donna toss ring, make-up salon, '
: ried a Dink carnation nose_ crystal punch bowl. house of horror
bridesmaids. Miss Diane Patray were hostesses during push .wheel, '
Standing In the receivingline Njtlnjwldt( Mutu Chapman and Miss Kathv gay. the social hour. duck ponds, a clown 'with _bal I' Nitldnwld Lit .liuurinc Come ny' >ham otiicti, Coluntbu. Ohio
I were the bride and
Miss Sherry Lew la and .
Davis wore similar gowns in .
STARKE ICE CO. Mrs. Marilyn\ Bradley groom, their parents and --
blue, and mint green, re- bridal Recent Births
attendants. Mrs.
spectively. They carried: bou- gowns identical to the hon- '
Chat-Line Meres, sister of the j j STARKE PLAZA: '
or except In turquoise
\ of and -
quets yello.v roses
226 Bradford
N. CHERRY ST. bride, kept the bride's book. County: Hospital
white chrysanthemumsLittle blue. They wore Miss Martha Siemer cut announces the :following Open All. Day Every Day
matching veils and head-
j Under Miss Debra Davie pieces and carried the bride's cake, and assisting births: FRI. A'SAT. UNTIL 7 P. M.
New Management of served as flower girl. turquoise blue nosegaysof .in serving were Mrs. Kay Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
, Jim Davie served as best carnations. Wayne Stewart, Starke, ,11
Jones of Tltusvlle. MSB Sandra >
Diane Davis, sister
man, and ushers Char- of the
daughter, Christina Lynn,
: bride, was flower girl, and Colimin, Miss Jane
les Hicks and David Cox.
BURKE Oct. 12.
ELLINGTON Curtis Davis served Crews, and Mrs. Sandi Sim--
as ring
A reception was held at ko of High Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Michael An-

Ii I the church following the bearer. After spending some time, ston Dobbs, Ralford, a
i GIven in marriage by ler
BLOCK AND ceremony. The six-tiered with their guests the daughter, Rhonda Rena,
CRUSHED ICE wedding cake was cut by father, the bride wore a long couple Oct. 13.
left on a wedding trip to $15
Mrs.\ Don Hill, and Miss Car- white "Baroness" bridal sat- South Florida. The bride: Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. our reg
olyn Kennan kept the bride's in own trimmed:! with Norman .
Free Lawtey -daughter,
Delivery traveled In a blue shift with
book. :Mrs. Charles Hicks Chantllly lace and featuring! silver accessories. Barbara Denise, Oct. 14. LADIES' CORDUROY!

and Mrs.\. Edith Kennan assisted Mr. and Mrs. David Shel-
. Truckers Welcome They are residing at 3728 P w -lV'
in serving. ton Johns, Mlddleburg: a
J Ceramics Class Hopkins Annex, Brunswick.
, son Troy Abel OCt, 18. Car Coat
BLOCK AND SNOW ICE Garden Club Starts Monday Oa.The groom Is serving with Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt "t
the TT. S. Crews, Lake Butler, a daugh-
To Meet At Old ArmoryThe Navy. t
I --. MondayThe ter, Oct. 18. ;
HOURS: Jacket
Starke Garden Club Starke Recreation! or

MONDAY SATURDAY 6 A.M. TO 7 P.M. will meet Monday Oct. 23. Department will begin cour- 1
at 7:30 ses In Ceramics on Monday,
: p. m. at the home of
Mrs. L. L. Fullwood. Oct. 23.Pour j /
SUNDAY 6 A.M. TO 1 P.M. 1 I j/
Mrs. Earl sessions per week /
Jones willre- -<,.
PHONES sent a program on Harvest will be offerei: with evening Sale )

DAY 964-7269 NIGHT 964-7807 'I arrangements. Members\. are classes to be held on Mon- a:"' .rl
asked to bring a fall ar days and Thursdays, and 'r I
rangement for analyzing. morning sessions on Tues-I ."
I days and Fridays. Evening!I SALE I SAVE$3 en our already) tow prlcel j 4
sessions will start at 7 p. m. Your choice of the smart patch
and pocket,. belted back model with tfI.r Ladlas' Gar Coat"
morning sessions at 9
pile lining...or the hooded model
? a. m. Ji 1 with quilt lining, fur-Mmmed hood i from $18 to $ZS
gAf+K 1 \I The first cession will be ? PinwaleCorduroy I and cuffs, zipper front C...or

4 pg ,\ SALES devoted to Informing parti- t\\ ( choice in sires 818.
cipants of the basics of ceramics I ICOTTOpj

and the policies of the /0 ACRYLIC
T LAES'\ 100
Department concerning I j

f the course. Mrs. .
vC Florence Stuart will Instructthe \ Knit Cardigans
.._ I Bulky'
classes which will be ,
held In the old armory.All -

J Interested women are il $ 99't
fI $3.95
I I'w Invited to attend.: 5--:

Bridal Shower Fabric i i77c 1 ; Values\

Given For I\\ Y.'ll"\v1 ST'1S COLORS
/' end pick
Mrs. Hamilton I' .I\ A'/: \ ."' tYMUOUS\. tllat old -I:eater It Carp"s low
It's '
n "
Mm. '' oM al thl' naM1d completel ncashgrew '-
Mark Hamilton a recent I\I uP full 1 fas"'ion .
bride/ was honored at a' t yy40.d. tors.I
bridal shower I last Thursday'I : cnotcelves" _,
/ r ,
fl/fir night at the First a --.
Christian' t.itf :. -
Church Fellowship hall. Hostesses r
were Mrs. Edwin Williams a

Mrs. Ed Prevatt, Mrs. I .... \&$ MEWS
//s fastest way to.finance a new Gerald Grifflf. Mrs. Glen

car at the lowest over-all cost with Mre Moore Tim, Mr Warren*. Charles, Mrs. Charles Reese w oir( reg. 51 yd. I CROMPTq"S WIDE WALE

one of Zipperer, Mrs. Sam :Martin\ i "

Mrs. Jim Faulkner and Mrs. a Wow what\a boyt Over 25% off our already tow
OUR BANK AUTO LOANS? LonnIe Fullwood. :, price on this top quality corduroy. Use for jump
The serving table was covered ers, dresses, skirts and more. In-dark, neut'al, and % Corduroy Coat
.-r with a white lace cloth light solids. 37" wide.
Come In and MOW! j
see and centered with a bride doll a
... '
with a garland of greenery at BONDED P E.LIMED
the base. The gift? table held a \ : T4.5

:miniature bride and groom.A fABRIC! $999
FLORIDA 'bridal game was played 45" FLANNEL Value

during the party' hours and the PleatS 1\
honored won the prize. She Ideal wel<<1\t for dresses. suits or skirts. } : t .
was also presented with a and tailor eautifu\1Y.\

'S'A'N.K AT STARKE, place vetting of her chosen Crease resIstant.. Needs no and sheat hand OMin. 66w.l"abl. \ Full ;32" 'long and (altered of tupirlor Cramp-
liver pattern from her hostesses $1- ton 100'% cotton corduroy. Fully quilt lined
as a memento of the oc-. .. with full front zipper Bcachleaf and cocoa colors -
Member Federal .- caMon. I 'peg $1.99 yd. yd. SAVE ,sizes' 36.46. Compare-and you'll sea this
Deposit Insurance Corp. I Among the 60 guests were our' CARP' il I tremendou Carp value!
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Grout Mrs. N. B. Rosier, mother of I
Ole honoree, Mrs. Floyd Green) 'it Other Men's Jackets from 912.99 loI $1'.9'

I and Selves Starred.w T.iif'-nj j j

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1 PAOE & BRADFORD COUNTY T.w aux.n..w..a.. .,. noRmA': ... ..........._ ......
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30 Game Streak Snapped

: No Bones About It, Bolles Beats Tornadoes 217A r

rivulet of blood trickled down from a cut on the

of I1nd two big involuntary tears welled :1 ___ '1;
btidze bte nose,
I Baby Tornadoes Meet Palatka li' TD. Mercer booted the point
he stood staring at the Hodges
up In his eyes as ui_ t..\\i to tie the game at 7-7 at

Field Scoreboard. andveteran .b Tonight; Hope To Bounce Back '.. that point.
Andy Mayton, senior Tornado team captain y 4. The Palatka Braves un-

of two consecutive campaigns for the state v ,. / corked a brilliant game opening -
losing cl Hoping to bounce back from I Tornadoes will be: ends Tim
Class "A" Championship, had never played a 65 yard drive with ;
of football in his varsity career. a 2-2 record l"o date, Coach Murphy, 9, and Mike Faber, quarterback Hollis Tlnsley
name- Chuck Mason's Baby Tornadoeswill 10 or Joey Dampier, 9: tackles sneaking over from the one ,
written pn
The despair meet Palatka tonight Tommy Eiland, 10, and. Clyde 9 and Royce Hood booted the
the face of the big all-state; i Thursday Oct. 19)) at 7:30:
on Harris 10
didn't ; guards Ray Jordan
the portunltywhich he point to give the home teama y
mirrored gloomynerm
center I Bradford Field.
.. 'of BradfordHtgh's miss. With 11:18: left in the 10, and Tony Castlen, 10; center 7-0 lead and the jump in
Ul ,
Shut-out 13-0 two weeks
ago Jimmy Crnrtby 10; quarter
second period. Bolles took a the scoring which: could well
21-7 loss ,
stinging by Lake City the Tornadoes back Mike Norman
10; fullback I
7-0 advantage. have decided the issue. However -
Friday night to the un- | have had a long: preparation Dale Johns, 9; running
: Bradford gained possessionof I the Braves had to
Jacksonville Boiler
for the tough Bravea. Coach back Larry Kelly 10, and
the ball only twice in the fight for their life" all the
Bulldogs. i Mason will two platoon the blocking back Wayne Bennett, I
entire second quarter and '1 trI way with the Raiders controlling -
Defeat practically rIM' Braves far I
as as possible 9, or Allan Patz, 10. I
nonentity In the annals of was forced to boot to the to the ball more than
Thursday night throw up a Defensive starters will be: ,
BUS grid history was i ball-hungry 'Dogs on both tight defense and give his mlddleg-uard Hugh Stevens 10; H' g1f wwwryryry ry. I 10 minutes in the second

tough to take, and this un- occasions. ,, .raj" e1. younger boys a chance to come tackles Tommy Blackshear. 10, / rf I period In driving to the Pa-
Hard-rushing Bulldog end e ( latka six line before.
likely loss was the Tornadoes' piY i through offensively. and Tom Marks 10; ends Jim I yard
first in 31 games Hex Blsbee living up to his I The Tornadoes have looked Temple, 10, and Danny Jackson I the Braves held! and Oranga!

Underdog Bolles entered name, put an eveninglong"hex" good in practice and are in 9; linebackers David Naul, 1 Park lost the ball on downs.

the contest with an 0-4 season on Tornado pass good: spirits the coach says 10, and Mike Patrick, 9; 1 The second Palatka TO
record while the Tornadoes -, plays. Bisbee and sophomore and look forward to avengingthe cornerbacks Tim Murphy 9, came as the climax of a 60

-- seemingly off to an- end Steve Walter crashed In 6-0 defeat at the hands of and Larry Kelly, 10; safeties I yard drive on a 15 yard pass

other.. great season were 3-0. to drop quarterback Bill Be- ] Palatka last year. Mike Norman, 10, and Benjlel I from Hood to Carl. Johnson
If superstitious one could lote behind the line of 1 + Starting offensively for fheL' Moxley 10. ; late in the final period. Orange -
attribute BHS football mis- scrimmage three times In I Park drove to the Pa

fortunes to a Frldaythe13th the first half. yIsollee i Plen Gnann latka 15 yard line in the
jinx. The last time the Bolles quarterback, George first quarter and to the Pa

Tornadoes lost a game was Tomlinson finding his running quarterback George Tomlliwon; big; line. Tornado end Plenn Gnann move I latka 15, yard line in the

on Friday. Nov. 13. 1964. attack bogged down at with the bull, was .a nemesis. for the, Tornato rut Tomllimoa off.-I'hoto by Candy Out For SeasonEnd | final period as they fought
the Tornado 47 as half-time: the Braves for the elusive
when Lake City licked an does. nil night alf lie circled Bradford's. ) endVoodhiirn and lolulne: Murray. '
unbeaten Big Red 21-12 : neared. opened up with a I | Plenn Gnann, a Tornado score aU'game.
tJ1 and tent his! basks utk the middle behind a
gain a state plav-off berth sudden. aerial barrage. The :: stalwart at end broke his In Live Oak the Bulldogs

If the "unluckv" settlnlfwasn.t lanky Junior signal-caller The Turning Point Fullback Bob Davis lugged on the 'Dogs 31-yard line. leg: In scrimmage Monday and took a firm grip on the Yellow
completed three of six passes will be out for the rest of the Jackets and hung on
enough. Bolles' beefy The couUn't the ball about
'Dogs move two and one- Determined to get back {_ _
bulldog mascot must have to move the Bulldogs to the ball during the next serIes half] yards-Just shy of the into the game Belote pitched season. with their ace Andy Cheney
flushed out a few black cats the BITS 16-yard line as the F Gnann'a loss leaves the Tornadoes running over three touch-
with fourth-down- Tornado
and a yard stripeand :) a perfect sprint-out pass I t
half ended... with only two ends, downs in the first half
before the becausethe ,, ()neon
game and-six situation the stage short of the first down. to Mercer who raced to Bol
bedeviled Big Red made Poor Performance was set for what Hurse call-' Then, for some yet unexplained les' three-yard line. A fumble juniors Ronnie Orlggs and; a 70 yard punt return:
little els but "Our offensive performance 'I Don Elder Tackle Scottle and another on a 49 yard
? ed turning point of the reason the Bulldogs by the over-eager Beloteat t
particularly in the first Smith has been working there run after pulling in
ifcalnst a bewitching Bolles game" I, were given another down the ,two killed the drive I a pass
eleven In the nightmarish half was the poorest thai In rushing Bolles punter, I their fifth of the series!I. however and a jubilant Bol- this 'week from quarterback Chip Har-

48-mlnutee that followed. I've seen in my" ten years at the Tornadoes were penalized despite Tornado captain! An- les bunch waited out the The Injured end, one of six ris./
"The Bulldogs wanted to Bradford High, said coach 15-yards for roughing the dy Mayton's protest. remaining seconds for their'I 1 1Top seniors on the squad and one Fullback Hank McKelth-

win more than we did," said Hurse. kicker. The infraction gave The 'Dogs picked the'first season victory.STATISTICS. of two on the starting line, I en added two more touchdowns -
Bradford Coach David Hurse, "Our blocking was terrl- the Bulldogs a first down at flrst-and-ten and up three broke his right leg about six i for the Bulldogs as
Florlda's wlnnlngest Class I able and play execution was the BHS 41. and 12 plays plays! later inches above the ankle Mon- they ran up their 48 point
Tomlinson BHS
"A' mentor. just plain sloppy he added.Hurse'a broke Bolles| day In a. 20-miruite scrimmage. edge on the Ancient City
"They winner In the
played [and nine long minutes! away for a 13-yard TD run. 59 Yd. rushing 181''' Punt-Fann-KIrk contents who I
lamentations were "One of the hard
most nosed squad.
their heart out and stuck later Tomlinson plunged over Hollod converted again to 5 first downs will participate In zone competition In Jnckjumvllle this Saturday -
substantiated by first half 161 football players I've This week in conference
with It until ever ,
game. Bolles was they the won better the statistics which showed the for the 'Dogs second touch- give the upstart Jacksonville 34 Yds. Passing 26 : Ken Futpiuy, 11 ;year old winner; Roger Corn, 12year coached and a fine end," Coach play the Palatka Braves

football team on Friday the Tornadoes with a net offensive down.give Bolles Hollod 14-7 converted lead. to> squad a commanding 21-7 23Passes!' 4-3-0 ; Karon Dukes'', 13 year; Jimmy Prevatt, 8 year; Lonnie' David Hurse says of Gnann, will trek to Starke and Orange t

13th." effort of only 12 yards a margin 4-28' Punts 4-24 ElllM, 9 )'I'urU..n; Akrldge, 10 ;year. "He'll be sorely missed." Park's Raiders will
and Two plays after receivingthe With less than three min- 3 Fumbles lost
Early first quarter action one first down. 1 battle the hapless Jackets in
saw rugged defensive play Bradford opened shop In Bulldog kickoff Belote utes left in the game, MaY-I) 40 Yards Penalized 15,, Punt Pass And Kick WinnersTo this St. Augustine. In non-con-
fumbled at
on an optionrunand ton. and tackle
fore both teams to punt the second! half on !Its own Allen Craw- BHS 007 (0-7 ference games Live Oak wlii!
Bolles twice and Bradford 20-yard stripe alter heavy- Tornado Holies: 39.recovered on the ford blocked a Bolles punt I Bolles 077 7-21 I Compete In Zone ContestsWinners ior Billy quarterback Belote ,Starke's broke Jun- play In Perry Lake City will
footed Bulldog hooter Steve
once. travel to Ocala and Bolles of
Holies Takes GiftFollowing Walter pumped his second The gift wasn't enough.I, through the secondary and rronllnncH on next. pall'el!
the Bulldog kickoff of the evening Into however, for moments later' of the local Punt Fuquay. 11 years old; Allen ran 59 yards to the Bolles ,
second the BHS end zone. a misplaced down gave the I Pass and Kick Contest Akrldge 10 years old''; Lon- one yard line on the second Adjustable Vinyl: Boo
the punt near the end rf> Bradford fans finally 'Dogs an opportunity for I sponsored by Terwlllegar nie Ellis 9 years old: Jlmmv I IPreva play of the last half and (overs. All sizes 30 cents ea.

period, a Tornado fumble found reason to cheer on the their final score of the even- eF Motors will go to Jacksonville tt. 8 years old will!! be I then sneaked Into the end- .t The Telegraph.
gave Bolles a break-and': Saturday to compete in zone for the only1 Eradford
competing against
second play of the period othlrl
the ballon the BHS 23- Ing.It .
yard line.The'spirited. however, when speedy quar- happened like this: i the zone competition, the winners in their age group. L
terback Bill Belote raoed A Fifth Down next level of the contest, to Transportation will be furnished t NEED A I
"Dogs came to around end and through a Bolles had moved the ball I be held at the Jacksonville:: for the boys by Ter- '" }\. "
life, and at the end of th" Baseball Park, next to the wlllegar Motors and the I
bevy of wntilril-fa tacklers on to a third-and-one situationon L. ':
-; period were poised menac- a beautiful 58-yard jaunt. the Tornado 18 yarsj line. .r Gator Bowl, at 10 a. m. group will!! leave from the I
ingly with a first: down on .... NEWCOLOR
Fullback Tex Patrick pounded On the third down play.Bolles The local winners, Faron Recreation Center at 8:15: a.
the Bradford 12. I out 17 more yards In: was penalized five I Dukes 13 years old; Roger m. the morning of the contest 4. TV?

Three plays later, fullback I three carries to the Bolles yards for illegal procedure.,;' Dale Com 12 years old: Ken I

Jim McOehee powered Into, three-yard line. Tailback Bradford accepted the pen-, '..........' 9i
the end Bone from five yards 'Larry Mercer vaulted over a alty, the yards were marchedoff : I

marker.out with the /game's first pile of bodies. for two yard and Bolles was given the:I Brave's Loop Record Kept IntactIn a" J!

and Belote pushed across for third down to replay. With f

Tornades swarmed over the final yard and his sixth a thlrJ-and-slx on the BHS I -._-- -- .. 13-0 Win Over Orange Parkwas i .>, .
Bolles kicker Jim Hollod on TD of the season. 23. the 'Dogs( moved'' three t
the extra point attempt. An- Mercer kicked the extra yards to the ZO.where they Cal.talnncly Mnyton, 70, (gets In on one of his 21 tackles ,
dy Mayton grounded the point and at mldwa/ faced a fourth down situa-I 1 against HolloH. Safety John Warren, 40, backs up the play. PalatkaBolles School of played by Lake City ai & Don't Worry! I

pigskin/ but a BHS penalty through the second half it tion with three yards needed I Photos by Candy \Vomlhurn and lane; Murray. Jacksonville turned their 1 they dumped Santa Fe of

provided Hollod another op was a new ball game for the first down. "I. tide last Friday with a solid i Lakeland by a walloping 60- M A LOAN WILL I
21-7 victory over Starke for, 0 score with the Tiger varsity

--- !. 1'h. C-nunly .Iu......'. ('..nr. their first win since they players! seeing 6 minutesof GET IT :
or llruilfiiril. fount), Florida. joined the Florida Star Con- action and then the reserves FOR YOU! I
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IN KK: ltnte; of CARL ference and at the same time went in and had a
JO JINN.NOTICE n""PR."d.! broke a winning skein after hey-day the rest of the Maybe right now you cant afford to dash right :

All creditor TO of CHEDITOR3 the eutate of 30 games !long over the last game. out and buy the new color TV for your family. '

Curl hereby Johns notified, dt-ceasnri, arc three seasons which led to Bolles compltetly outplayed No problem! Come see us about a low cost TV ':
and required two State Class A titles for
NOTICEYou to file Starke as quarterback loan of the
any claims or detnumu just one many loans we make available :
which they may have against. the Tornadoes.The Oeorge Tomlinson who led to when
alii you you Convenient loan
estate In the office of his repayment -
Palatka team with
the County Judge of Bradford Braves kept 71 rushing plan too.
County, Florliln. In' the Courthouse their hopes alive for an out- yards scored two touchdowns -
within! at i HtarUe. Florida, standing season as they outlasted one on a 2 yard run
from the nix date calendar of the month first the Orange Park to climax a 65 yard drive Full Service Ranking./ We're always looking for

publication of this notlca. Raiders 13-0 in a confer- and the other on a fine 13 better ways to serve you.

are required by law to promptly answerthe 1 he Each In writing claim or and demand must state must ence game to keep their rec- yard run after Chris Regai.
the place or residence and ord unblemished for the a soph Interior lineman recovered FULL
|poet office. addre. of the 1967 season a Starke fumble to SERVICE BANKING
flitlmunt and I must be sworn
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Questionnaire recently sent to you con- his void attorney according, or It to will law.become this season, added another I tailback Jim McOeehee. a' HOME OPERATED

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TI.t1Kso'-v. OCT. 19, 1967 .. .. .,-, BRAnFORD COTTNTV TKMSOHArn."' RTARKK. FLORfi1A ....-w .. ... r..... .. S

\Palatka, \ To Field Best Team Since 1963In _I. .. .. .' .. w .. "

'Tornadoes LET'S GO TO THE .

Meeting, Underdog Friday> ,

Palatkn's best grid power Tito Smith. I one step to the rlgbt then son, the split end moves to
since If 3 when the Brave Left tackle Frank HancockIs cuts back over the opposite. I linebacker along with senior i
went 11-0 and.l shut out the a big tough 20ft. guard quarterback Charles Hood, a
Tornadoes 21-0 will visit Brad The entire backfield of '.le Tp stop! ltie Braves the Tor- 200 pounder. Chick Geiger FOOTBALL GAME
ford Field tomorrow night Braves Is made up of juniors. na/doe defense will have to sta: 183-43. ia a defensive tackle
Game time again la 7:30: and Brinson's running mate, full- the powerful running game along with Galloway. Jay
the Tornadoes will go into this back Ken Hart, 175, hits quick, plus the combination! of Tinsley Qinn\ J7 -12, is the middle- .
one definite underdogs. Palat- runs hard, and Is a good to Johnson. guard. Another sophomoreJohn
ka has won five games this blocker. Slot back Ken Martin.' The Braves can be expectedto Theobold, 140. plans one
season and Is undefeated. They t'all15>\ the smallest ,back at throw 15 or 20 times duringthe safety along with/ Tinsley and
are bigger, older, and more ex. 153:\ but he Is,quick especiallyto night. Besides Jphnnon, tho Mari'meau.
perlenced than the Tornadoes. the outside for passes. lie slot back, Martlneau .and tight The roving monster man, TORNADOES VS. PALATKAFRIDAY
'Carl Johnson, the Braves 210 lit a good blocker. end TilV Smith are also good who plays on whichever end of,
pound senior split ends is Pnlatka. will run mostly from receivers. the line he considers Is the
probably the best end in the a. strong I-formation with a The; ;graves. also twoplatoonfive Tornadoes strength, Is Ken ,
state Tornado Coach David spill end and a slot man between -I men.\ ''Sophomores Vic Hart, the fullback, or Walt I
Hurse says Tailback Lamar the tackle and end. they Mays, :173, playa the' defensive I Walker, JIIO->O. i
Brin.son, a quick, fast, 175 run It either to the right or: along with Smith. Big John- i i'I'I
junior, Is a fine football play left.
er. Best plays for the Bravesare I

Paalka! also runs a 11-. an Isolation play where i Tornadoes Must Have Superb OCT. 20-7:30 P.M.
monster defense, the am. one they separate the defensive
which caught tho Tornadoes tackle and end, thus isolating. Performance' 'To Beat PalatkaThey'll ,
unprepared at Dolled In their the linebacker. The Brave fullback \ ',
21.7 defeat at the hands of leads Brinson through : I .
that unheralded team last the hole and takes 'the. linebacker get used to it like us and expect to win,"
week. ,! they'll have to before the sson's .*- Hurae says referring to the BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
A strong point for the I They're strong on the full- over' but Coach David Tornadoes throe fumbles in. the
Braves Is their experiencedsenior ; back dive up the middle or off Hurse's Tornadoes are under- Bolles effort. ,
line, much like the Tornadoes -'tackle with the tailback, Brin- dogs In the go with Cough Pa Captain Andy Muyton was
had last' year. Small- son, flashing through. The latka tomorrow night the only bright spot in a Tor
eat man Is offensive Braves also the slot back Coach Hurse predicts a cold nado'attack that never got off
guard use .
John Kennedy, a 155' pound Martlneau, to run a revrse and rainy night for big -
game and he concedes that, defensive game of his career,
senior. From there it goes to after a fake to the tailback.
175 pounds with guard Chad They are also good at the unless the Tornadoes ''Comethrough he made 14 tackles and helpedon A ROW WE'RE 100% BEHIND YOU
10 others.
Motes and tackle Gary Gallo I counter, trap where quarter with a whale of an
way. Center Jim Wright back HolMa Tinsley fakes to effort, that's the way their w't the Bulldogs from Bolles .
!apiril'a will be when the &ame'li Imply ran over most of the
weighs in at 180 along with the fullback over right guard.On
over. Tornadoes Ihey ran up the __
Johnson running mate end that play. Brinson takes
"You always stand a chanceto middle and around the end and +w.+ Att
win," 1s the way Huns puts completed 4 of 8 passes. They'' rt11/r11/ .:' y
It. took advantage of Tornadoes,' : 4 4w
1 mistakes, including a fifth
FLORIDA THEATRE "Our kids are capable of
playing a much better game down the locale didn't catch
than they played against which kepI: Bolles alive on it a" ++ Fi sm'r
Showtime Bolles. their way to their go ahead .
-Weekdays 7QO-- Sunday 3:00: -
"If we plAY the kind of ball touchdown. I 1f1 :
t 1:00
Saturday : of which we're capable," the Pass protection was also bad ::4 ..:
Tornado 'mentor "We'llbe against Bolles. "We knew who v
FRL, SAT. OCTOBER 20, 21 says
right In there." to block, we Just didn't block
Double Feature Program The Tornadoes are headingInto them" Coach Hurse says. I \" I r "rt .,
the rough part of their But, the Head Tornado addedin

THEY CRASH INTO A VALLEY OF TERROR! schedule against Palatka tomorrow a statement meant for each ,,;; a
night with Live Oak team member, "Mayton will
I next on the slate have to play even better if,
& f M 'We can't make mistakes we're to win this week." -

t 1"MTECHNICOLOR'1kil.: against a club that's about 0 t -- [ ,

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COLUMBIA to quick start as he l I
Discount off
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hllue.il l got off to a good start passed for two touchdowns'I WILLIE COHEN, JUNIOR Bill Prolote, j scoryiE SMITH: JUNIOR.

l ,. by winning their first games in the 1st quarter. The first I Guard Quart rblA4'k Guard.
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SUN., MON.: TUES. OCT. 22, 23, 24 Conner Insurance, runnersup Danny
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game last and year won, a very hard it back 38 yds. for a touch- Sept. 15 Macclenny 13 Starke 26 Oct. 27 Live Oak Home :

fought contest, 13-8. down and Southern Discount I ,
Oray Flynn got Conner on left the field, at the half!, Sept. 22 Santa Fe 13 Starke 25 Nov. 3 Fernandina a Away
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a -
no good and ran it 10 )<\\II. for the touch-
i point wee Oct. 13 Bolles 21 Star k e 7
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I a J M7e Conner led>(!; 6-0. ';'hen,.'on the
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.. t ,.. j. .1 '1 i THURSDAY, OCT._ 1C. 1967_
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to county figures; Containerowes Drama Club CALENDAR SALE DONALD TILLEY VOTED The complain charges that

Container Corp. Pays $23,648, Rayonler $23,641. SPONSORED BY MYF BHS Class OFFICER OF TIIX: YKAR' ITimber Tax Howard's assessments, on the
Total back taxed! owed by the land are Illegal, unequal and
five firms fur 1965 U $04.000 Signs Up 65 A calendar sale. will be sponsored Donald R. tllley, son.of :Mr. I Trial Starts arbitrary and that hd Included

A tofel. 6f $00,000 Is owed by members of the Officers ElectedThe and Mrs. Rubble Shaller, and< values. for highway frontage

for 1900: Blacker 1,800, Ray DRAMA CLUBby Methodist Youth Fellowship on husband of the, former Sue In Union and lake frontage In making

$11 ,000 In Back Taxes onler $30,740, Owena-Illinalt Maria- Blallk"lI..blp. Saturday, Oct. 21, with prO-I Jackson, daughter of Mr. and hIs assessments.It .
I $2.75, Oilman $9.092 and Container !' Sixty-five students surprised ceeds going to Improve the four Senior classes Mrs. J. O Jackaoiw was voted The tlmberland assessmentsuit also claims that Howard's
$43,992. The five firms Mrs.. Bonnie Shel- Fellowship Hall. The patronageof High Identification Bureau Officer : Owens-Illinois of
co-sponsors at D.H.S. elected : brought by easements exceed the value
I paid $22,143 on Dec. 22, 1966. don and Mrs. Louise Barkeron the public will be appre- officers and of The Year by members. of In"1983: against Union Countywas the land for agricultural pur

Container Corp. of America. said Container admitted In Tax;< bills for 1907 were set Tuesday, October 3. These elated. representatives Tuesday, October the Frafernal' 0Ide'l"'of'1'li !, scheduled for trial In Lake ;,I poses.

one of five timber firms involved 2ourl last January owing to be mailed today, Thursday, students were all Interested In 17. Duval County Lodge 4o. 30, Butler Wednesday before Circuit When filing the suitS O-I
Bradford Oct.: 19. The total owed by the members of CARD OF THANKS!! The results were as follows: at their annual .ball. This)
In suit protesting County slightly over becoming 12th. Grade I Judge John A. H. Mur- submitted to the court a
but had not the five firms will be about 67- Drama Club.Officers event was held Saturday night, .
Bradford County's property assessments $20,000 paid Words are Inadequate fo President, Theron Yawn phrpe. check for $1,043: as payment of
paid last Friday remainder of that amount for I 000. Mike Jackson, Pres.I express our sincere appreciation Vice-president Jan Rakes;; Oct. 14, In., the Robert .Meyer. The complaint lists Tax Collector taxes it admitted to be due.

Oct. 13, about $11,000 more in 1966 until last Friday. The ident; David Penoyer, Vice to our friends and relatives Secretary, Beverly McRae; Hotel In JacksonylUe., I Helen Dukes and State I The amount represents about

I960 taxes the firm admits firm paid after Bradford attorney Bid AwardedFor President; and Bobby Dodd, who were so kind and Treasurer Linda Crews. Comptroller Fred O. Dickinson half of the $2,090 in taxes the

owing the county. Judge Yawn, wrote the Secretary-Treasurer, were in thoughtful to us during the llth Grade "as defendants but it Is company was billed for under

Tho money bad not roached Container attorney, Edward charge of the meeting. sickness and death of our be- President Sheila McConnell Vickie PuAnan; ltepteaentrj- based. on allegedly high valueson the valuation of $149,730 and
Tax Collector J. R. Kelly's office McCarthy Jr., that he would DraglineA Club members Unanimously loved husband and father. Vice-president, Cheryl Ward; tlve Janice M bley. Ow na lllinois ((0-1)) lands the tax rate of 14 mills.

Oils week but had been file a motion to have all five I supported the plans for performing Thanking you one and all. Secretary, Susan Treasurer ; 9th Grade in ,1903 by Tax Assessor Mar Under Howard's assesmenfa,
deposited with the Registry of cases dismissed on.. the grounds $34,270 contract for a plays for the high The J. B. Prevatt family. Sandra Hugglns.Autry; President, Dale) Johns.; Vice- cus Howard. the taxes amounted to $108

the Circuit Court here. County that the firms were not actingin sew dragline was awarded to, school as well as other schools 10th Grade president Nancy Dowling; At issue is the assessment'per acre; the company paid to

Judge T A. Yawn, who repre- good faith accordiug to their M. D. Moody and Sons of in the area. Secretary, Gloria I Orews; made by !Howard of 1,92S acres the court taxes amounting to
sents Bradford in the suits, has own testimony given in Jan- : Jacksonville by the County When they begin producl'Jon.the In groups on the sets makeup, President, Allan Patz; Vice-, Treasurer, Kelly Richards; timberland tot a total of an average of 51 cents per
tiled a motion to have the uary. I Commission In. a special meeting -I students will be working costumes, and backdrops, as president Polly Wade; Secretary Representatives, Erie Tornlin- $149,730.
well as acting. Sandra Leach Treasurer I son, Rebecca McMUlan,, acre.
money transferred to the coun- Two firms, Oilman Paper last Thursday Oct. 19. I ; | ___
fy and Nelson Blocker, have paid Eight bids were received on: m

Container's taxes owed in nil their 1903: taxes, but the the ?i yard machine Oct. 4
three still contestingthe ; and turned over to a committee -,
1966 according to the county other are
property values totaled $43,092 Circuit Court decision in including Road Foreman
to the First. District : R. E. Jones, for evaluation.
and the firm had paid $10,908on on appeal ,
A member of the commltl'ee,
Dec. 22, 1966. Court of Appeals. Owens-nil- '
Commissioner Zedra Hamilton,
The $11,000 included taxes nolsOlass Co. owes $1,227 In
said the lowest bids had .been:
and interest, the tax collector back taxes for 1665: according
studied and the Moody's was I I

recommended for acceptance .
as the lowest meeting specifi 1 HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL BEGS i USED VACUUM eleaners reconditioned I

i cations. CLASSIFIEr) AD & UPHOLSTERY WORKS $13 up. 10 different
MAYTAGThe Hamilton's motion that the w IIATU.MV 710 Lemon St. PsUatka Gulf Service name brands to choose: from. I.

Moody bid be accepted was t. II word ___.__.l.00Bach Furniture Repaired USED PARTS Parts A excellent repairs. altmakes. a -
seconded by Commissioner word over IS ___.e7 Upholstered & Refinished Top Price for Wrecked pars
SERVICE 712 N. :Main. Gaines.
Buck Norman. Ii passed 3-1
24 Hour Wrecker
Extra ..h..,.. If not BUTTRESSES REBUILT .Service role 378-7110. tfchg
With Commissioner Jerome
Most Dependable paid !. .d.".i'. _-_.211 '
Johns voting against It. New Innerspringa Fuel Oil -

& You Can Own! Johns moved that the bids UJOMOItltI.il. IIKMOM' ... llOXfcevula l arid Box Springs
Washer .
Dryers C p. / be rejected and that new bids AT LAST!
PAINTS Drop U. A Coord or Call I Hwy 301 N.: Waldo
For Use With VAil OP THAISKftBO
Designed be called for, but his motion ward .>. !... ____. ease PALATKA EA 5-9164 448-1098 A HOME OWNERS
Permanent Press Fabrics died for the lack of a second. Kmtlt: word over HO ____....l
The dragline will be used for MK8. PEGGY SHALLER LACY CONWAY'
Large (Capacity Lint Filter road building and drainage. 209 E. Adklns St. PLYINO: SERVICE For Mobile Homes

SALES Cold Water Wash & Rinse UNDERWATERWEED Start, Agent FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane That Qualify

2 Year Farts Free Art rentals. Greyhound Bus I
cx Charter. Keep your party together -
charter a bus. Phone

SERVICE'AS Object Of j jI All Types 904-4090./ tf hg George J E.;: LaRue MASONRYMATERIALS


Drag Line WorkJ. AT REDUCED RATES Keystone Hts. 473-4692
by Kay
To make art live again Is 'way you write. Com In and Ready Mix Concrete, Concrete -

the aim of the new Humanities -I SANDS LAKE & GOLDEN KETTLE 'itelect your favorite ESTER- Block Sand. Rock

course taught by M..... $2.700 to' $3.500 OK PIIONK 9UI-75OU NEW MOBILE: horn**, 'Chfekasha BROOK fountain pen. TELE Cement Mortar. Steel Oyster .-

Simpson. at B.H.S. Students GATOR BONE LAKE 20' Ok 2V wide, Buddy- GRAPH. Shell IJmerock. Roof
I lee art from Its very begin- I tI Clemson, Isxyton Travel. Trailers Gravel, Preca t Lintels and
$3,575 to $4.275 TYPEWRITER RENTALS: I. Window SIU. Everythingfor
ning. Liberty. Taylor; Azalea, FOR RENT Furnished 1.
Day, week, or nth.-Brsd- -
I'. First degree epic and how it I I EASY TERMS ford County Telegraph. Phone buy. sell, trade. Year bank financing and 2 bedroom apartments. Miwonry {Construction.ANNOUNCING .

effects i people Is taught the See S. E. McKay 964-630B. tf / Buckeye Trallel Mart, Unfurnished. ,2 bedroom
first aemester. Students read Inc. 8078 Roosevelt Blvd.!
house. W. H. Nollman. 810NT.
I Keystone Heights
I I$10'M Greek plays, hear music of the Orange Park 234-3131. tfchg '. ,
AS WE FINANCE? earliest kind study Plato and 473-4740 or 473-4139 1))OWELLI Cherry, St. tfchg A New

Phone. 473-4816 .
Socrates and learn the different -I RESENTSCORNER Myers Power ToolsArea
Per "; THE .RI<5HT PLACE to buy I Ready Mix Plant
h OUR OWN Slides, fllmstrlps, and listening THANK YOU NOTES-Beau- DID YOU KNOW lt'3 easy to Headquartenjl"Or'Lawnmoww. ; clean used' furniture. We do I atKeystone
own a Longchamp Home? -. Power, Tools household
tifully engraved In gold or LOT moving. Two houses
tests are to the students :
given '
silver $1.25 for box of 25, Including Better built for Florida liv Convenient two bedroom jrtCulloch Chain Saws), for sale. :Fennell Bargain HeightsFor
Buy The Best Buy Maytag, !I to give them a better envelopes. Bradford ing. Your plans or ours home, large comfortable Pumps a Water Sytteco Center. Ph. 964-C937. tfchg
idea of what they are study-!
I County Telegraph.. tt Your lot or ours. Contact Bu rooms, with screen porch and Brlgge A ration,.Engine Better Service To
Ing. I II ford Mitchell phone 9040853 Rentals gales Borvle
That Area.
Mrs. Simpson, who has always NO. 557 Pi-iced Right I 43 : P. O. Box Starke. car port. Low down payment, 7 ROOM FRAME, house for
I low monthly 230 _rfEie.y Ay ., .
Electric Inc.I I enjoyed beautiful literature acres with creek Good location tfcCig: Small Tracts close In. Gainesville.376-MU sale. Buyer to be responsiblefor We Will Not Be
Winkler .
,' art, and. music, emphasizes -I for poultry farm. Jucit Two to 20 acres. Have buyers -" tfchg moving. Contact L. O. Undersold.
FOR Powell.
what the students enjoy $7700. Terms. waiting. ,- 4- 993. tlchgHELP

PHONE 961-7596 234 N. TEMPLE AVE. the most. She shares what she NO. 550 two Miles Out. 3 ready for occupancy. 3 bed- FOR RENT-* room'and: bath

-_ I knows with the students so acres on U. S. 301. Older room 1% bath. Located just BILL POWELL furnished apartment./Call 964- ... Bradford
they will also be able to appreciate home. Only $5500.STROUT outside of city limits in Real Eatate 0832.: "-tfchg I '
music and art. REALTY Plnebreeze. Easy monthly ',,J WANTED
404 W. Madison St.
We think it's high time somebody Mrs. Simpson has traveled a 2117 N. Temple Ave., Starke, terms. Longohamp Const Co. NEED IMMEDIATELY' PRO- MALE
I lot, which aids her In teaching Fla. ((904)) 964-6600 Contact Buford Mitchell. Phones: Off 964-6464 PERTY ON KMK3SLEY EngineeringCo.

made a family size TV that the average I'ae Humanities course. She has pone 904-0853, P. O. Box WE BUY used furniture, appliances Lake. Contact BuforS' Mit-

afford. I gone to Spain, Africa, Wisconsin -I FOR SALE-White: Acre and 238 Starke. tfchg or anything of value. chell, phone 964-6853 P. '0. WilY MISS

family can taught in a private school Blackeyed peas. Clyde Cone, Dahmers Discount House, 964- Box 238. Starke.ttchg A PAYDAY

In' Cuba for four years, and ohone Brooker 485-2521: or 7923. .'* .
-,- ," also went to Almira College .064-6140. 2tchg 10-26 AquaticPlants tfchg PORTABLE WELDINOV < Phone Starke
where she met her husband. LI.I FOR SALE -Residential or Custom built porches, The University of Fla. -

In Washington, she worked for I FOR RENT Unfurnl hed 2 LLI & Snails Income property on two lots and patio rails. Ornamental' : needs 964-5403
bedrom house at :525: W. Prat
post, metal strips. Oil drums, ,
the government for eight Ready for 2li
St. Contact Mrs. R. F. Mun- =: occupancy.
stands. :
Hwy. 16" North.\ Turnoff
Mrs. Simpson's latest blocks of downtown
years. Eu- tiorff at 639 E Laura St. after5pm LI. shoppingarea. at Crawford Rd. :?'hc>rie( Building Maintenance Keystone" Ready
travels were throughout J. R. Bulllngton, phone -
tfchg Mechanic $3,300 Mix
rope during the summer of 984-7271 tfch 964-0113. "tfchg :' .
I Keystone!
1966. SINGER
I FOR RENT Unfurnished ,3 DRAGLINE and Bulldozer Grounds. Keepers $2,880 4734285FOR
work wanted. By the hour or
CARD OF THANKS DIAL bedroom house. Easy walking
distance to shopping area. contract. Claude ,Presoott. RENT 3
rooms and
In Heaven there is one more O Ph. 964-5403. tfchlJWANTED Write P. o. Box 404 er. Janitors. $2,700 bath furnished cottage. 515

jewel. In. our bereavement for MATIC phone 964-0405. Starke.' Nona St. tfchy
our husband and father our with Service Station 4tp 4119 Laborers $2,880

most heartfelt" thanks to the CONSOLE MODEL < EW1NOMACHINE attendant, reliable, someone GOOD, USED TYPEWRITERS -
friends and neighborswho Each who needs the work. Must FOR SALE. 1966 PontIac, from $55.: : Standards and
.,, ... many expressed themselves in Must place In PurchaseTropical have driver's license Candy'sGulf Catalina, 4 dr. eedan. .lr Plumbers $3,540 : Portables. Also, Typewriters
area. A-I shape Zig
To Dr. Ritch your Station. Keystone power brakes and cteerlng. for Rent. Bradford County
so many ways.
PHILCOCUSTOM and. hospital staff for their untiring Zags, makes buttonholes, Heights, Ph. 473 4793. StarkeI New tires. low rniloa-ge.. $2.- Permanent, full timework I Telegraph. tf
COLOR TV i 'efforts and Rev. Ramsey fancy designs sews on but- phone 964- 707. tfoh* 800. Call 964- 542, ,Jack ,Car-
tons, appliques, monogramsetc. and Gold Fish ter. '2tp 1019FOR" | paid vacation, I HAVE ACREAGE!: WIlL
267 SQUARE INCHES and RjeVj. ,.We"pfay'God's Butler! for! their richest assistance. Sold for new for over I 12x57 2 BEDROOM Trailer, ."sick l eavnprance.: i SELL OR TRADE FOR

$300. MUST SACRIFICE, To Choose r- M ,
5 UUU for rent or sale, unfurnished. CITY PROPERTY. Contact/
for ,
blessing Just pay balance $62 or assume ] From Also house for rent. nrufurn In Graham area. Ii.'TWBe! in to Buford Mitchell phone 984-
AT NASWORTHY'S I -'I'he Vjrgel Owen family.I $8 monthly payments. Ished. Inq. 1126 N. Thompson, Ph. 4021130. AlachUa. Apply person I 6853: P. O. Box 238, ftarke.

Call Credit Manager. COL- Full Grown. First Starke.' tfchg '2tp 10)19) CENTRAL tfchg
I LECT Jacksonville 353-1943: TropicalFish :
FOR SALE 1 Gibson Electric WANTED L. P.,Gas servo EMPLOYMENT I LOSE
i WEIGHT safely with
anytime. Will deliver no ob-! Regular' 89c Value I .
ice and installation. man for "CENTER1BIdrv
gatlon IP'S' ,It 1026 Guitar with carrying case I Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c
"'Swordtalls: And 1 large amplifier used Keystone area, with .Nationally "JS"1: ( at Mitchell Drug. lotp 11123
{ FOR SALE: 1963 Rambler 4 .*. 3 very little. Call 9647089. ltp known large organisation ..; Gainesville,
I 'door Classic 660, 4 new tires Platy Must have chauffeur license V Fla.'Equal ;
and motor rebuilt, $-911.00.& Call Variatui! FOil S50 BALES Pensacola Bahia and between ages 29 to'35.'We. .. OPENINGS DANCING CLAS-
964-5819. 'Aborted Hay. SOc per bale at the barn.J. offer year round employment, '' Opportunity i lee Ballet Tap. Aero etc.

Platys $ -| O. Bass Jr., Rl". 1, Box 112 good wages.tei.start, 'paid .Vaatlon. .J Employer;: ? : If Interested call 964-7098.
2tchg 10-29
LABORERS WANTED- Per- ""Mollies' JL Starke. ltp : Free insurance. and C > I

manent position. All Company hospitalization plan,. tPeereo I
., benefits. Minimum" starting All Live Bearers INTERVIEWERS: WANTED tirement plan. Only experienced 2tchg 10/19 NOTHING DOWN $5500:

I : IS WORTH scale $1.53. Age 18 to 45.: Ap- Market research firm needs men need to apply..Call .. mo. U,500.00 total. 2 acres
Interviewers for part-time tele- '
uly Southern. Wood PreservingCo. >
473-4351 for appointment or w 2 bedroom partially furnished
work in November
.. Baldwin Flo. 8 a.m. to 4pm. phone survey :
'V apply Keystone Saf-Oo Itchg FEEDS? home. Oo 2 miles N on
and December. No
Ztchg 10-26 Aquatic Gardens early I U. S. 301, turn night at 1st;
selling. Must have good phone FOR Because at greatly expanded
SALE Big. frame I road beyond Farmer's Mkt..
TEXAS BRAND sweet onion Highway 21 South voice, private line, and be will house, 3 bedroom partly furn line'.ot products, we have an i 7th house on
TWO plants. Hlway 16 West, Hell- Fla. ing to make calls In evening. ished. Garage. On Z' Jots. 723 opening for local sales and I right.2tchg
Keystone 1019:
; bronn Church left: 229, 4th Heights, Please reply giving phone McMahon St. Call 9 .IH63. service) representative. Full- I
house. Jean Terrell. time work. Thorough on-the-
Itp number, county education, and 2tp 10-23
FOR SALE2 15 H. P. experience to MEDIA STATIS. job training: and research I FOR SALE 6 month old

FLORIDA 90 Strawberry Wizards $3300.: 1-1966 New TICS, INC.. Field Staff, 8121 J b&eklna1txceUen: : ( employee Beagle puppies. Ready to
Plants for sale. Robert 1 FOR RENT Reasonable, benefits. Home'nights. Would i train.. 3 grown Beagles, fe
,,6 II. P. Evlnrude $20000 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring,
AT NASWORTIIY'SHALFPRICE Underhill Ph. 964-6733, Rt. 2, year around 5 room unfurnished male.
i New' 12 gauge Remington' Md. 20910 ltchg prefer' person who has beenn I to run deer
Box 69E3} Starke. Pump Shotgun $85.00. Call house, on Hampton Lake : business or farmed for self. i Ph. 485-2538: Brooker after 5

2tp 10-26 9647708. 2tchg 1010| HURRY TO FIRESTONE Call 403-1528.: 'v" Itchg All Inquiries held In strict con- p.m. 2tp 10-19

Use their convenient LAYAWAY fidence. Glad',to arrange Interviews -
FOR SALE: Coppertone Westir FOR SALE Mallard Ducks; PLAN for Christmas FOR SALE: House ,. Saturdays FURNISHED .
fop or
'ir->->> .. Refrigerator. $100 \ acres : evenings garage apart-
Furniture Sale Admiral. Stereo, $25; Telephone; 2 Duroc Gilts; 1 sow; 1 new purchases. A small deposit will Very good frame. lge rooms :;,"*,Contacts: James W. ment for rent at Klngsley

cutting torch and gauges. Call hold your purchase until Bath. Built S, yrs' Turn wes{ Steele P. .O. Box 65. Silver Lake. Will i accomodate a
-atund, $10; Fireplace Screen,
Grate &: Andirons $20. Can 82-3737.. After 7 p.m. call 782- Christmas 2tchg 2-26 at Desert? Isle Motel to'be Springs. Phone 236-2879. bachelor or a couple. Call Mrs.

J be seen at 701 1 Laura St. after 3200. Itp FOR SALE: 60x12, 3 BR, B2, hard road. Cum right' .,crolLSbridges 2, 2tchg 12-26 Pauline Torode, 533-2301.
Now is the time to Buy that Furniture you have been 6 p.m. Itp ANGEL Please hurry home 1967 Model Mobile Home. Pay 1st 'house o* right Ifchg

and HALF PRICE! and bring the children. We will Insurance and assume payments Only 7500./ Ferol '1'. 'CowartBkr. MALE HELP WANTED -
wanting at FOR SALE: Fruit Stand, well 387-5001. .589'Se., Edge-;
go to FIRESTONE and LayAWay of $75.20 per month. Men, kitchen help laundry REGULAR MONTHLY
stocked; 25-case Drink Box; for Christmas while selections wood Ave., Jacksonville.. Itchg Workers Steady HORSE A
Phone Keystone 4734178. permanent : PONY SALE
SUPER SPECIAL ... 9 x 12 Linoleum Rugs $3.99 electric Peanut Machine 1640N. .
8 hour 9 week.
are good. Jim. work. day day Saturday. Oct. 21
Itchg ;
.. _ _ I.
W Marlon St., Lake Ph.
City 10-26 '- -- FOR RENT t leave.
2tchg bedroom Pah} vacation sick Also lots of Tack.
We Have One of the Best TV Technicians in this Section. 752-9728.: 2tp 10-26 FOR SALE One Pony cart apartment. Utilities 'furnished., Pleas apply in person only. Come to buy or sell.JAOKSON'iflt .

I FOR SALE On. blackAnl"JS on bicycle wheels 2500.: Phone $60 mo. M. R. Judd 127.iAfay- Personnel Office.. Sunland.
;. C. H. NASWORTHY Furniture and Appliances FOUND One Greyhound. bull also 3 cows. Phone 964-7649 C. S. Haddock. ette St. Phone 904-5931.: : : Training 'Center.. Gainesville LIVESTOCK AUCTION

I Call 964-5154.: Itchg 04-0433. D. L. Kite. Itp Itcbg Itchg Fla. 4tchg 11.9 Itchg

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SoMSh1MGS > What Protection Do Property Owners HaveIn

Bradford County? Reader Says None

b : .
business next door to them? atlon to deteriorate to this
Editor Telegraph:
3-Who can and should extent. I have been a victim
I have been a taxpayer In
place these zoning restrictions of "the glad hand preceding
Bradford: County since 1933.:.
) on and in Bradford: election." You ask, and the
.. During this time I have,
Vig2 County for the purpose of aspirant to office will assure .
through the of ex:
4 protecting bona-rtde real- ;you It shall be done. You
penditures of monies laboron '
;( dents from being infringed CweJ) vote for this friendly ;
the part of myself larA
N ,, : .. upon by unscrupulous people candidate with complete assurance
family, managed to acquire
: my
., moving in
$ : '': a fairly respectable: any destroying all we have registered.
that those of us who moved Results? Negative, My suggestion
domicile. For the
... here in the first place were Is that unless we, the
part of this time I have/
seeking? taxpayers and voters of
been a registered voter of
4-What can ana: MUST Bradford County, can do
Bradford County This Is
)be; done to rectify this situation better than we have obviously
,I and has been my home for
11Now! done in the past, we
boy :Q1 several years now. I am a I
shall proceed to should and ARE duty boundto
staunch supporter of the
answer my questions as I VOTE THE PRESENT

iE-h;;;; 0 'S county and feel l in that.I which and l'my.\vlfe reside, have been Informed by the SLATE OUT and get a
I ;
Heights Sets Good T.L. are fortunate to Uve In this limited research made by County Commission In who
myself: will be MORE FOR THE
community with so many 1-The answer to questionNo. COUNTY THAN FOR
A dilapidated, deteriorated, vacated ing was notified, and was givena friendly, neighborly' 'peOple: 1 Is there are none en THEMSELVES.I f

building on the main streetof hearing on the matter. He was But I did not start this forceable.. Most property sold would like to reiterate

Keystone Heights an eyesore told that he could have the build.. l letter for the purpose of by realtors etc. have restrictions that I have no quarrel with

to citizens and a bone of contention ing torn down himself, or the The praising people Bradford, of ..BradfordCounty County. ( listed for the purposeof anyone. But how would you
at Council meetings for ,City would have the work done are not the ones suggestions to be followed like to wake up one fine

the past year or so it at long. and ;have the cost assessed against with whom I have a quarrel t. 1 by purchasers, leaving the morning and find that a beon-

last being demolished. him; He chose the former course. : t Nor do I have a quarrel with manner followed up to the parlor was opening up next

Starke could well follow Key.stone's This is by no means a unique anyone. Merely a few queations Integrity 2_The of answer the purchaser.I have door to you? What could
with Heights.In I' wish to 'askI shall you do? Absolutely nothing.
example In forcing the re. procedure Keystone found to this question Is WE A bowling alley? Absolutely
moval of crumbling buildings that Rome, N. Y. the City has enumerate them as listed: HAVE NONE. nothing.

are not only spoiling..tbe] -APpearance -,.. }moved to demolish thirty-two ,,.. 1-What, If anyare the S-nThe' answer to this isebutous That is the sad positionwe
zoning buflding
of the town, but are an act structures that were declared un on THE\ COUNTY are in fellow property
in the ? .
ual threat to public health and fit for habitation. First, the City county COMMISSIOERS. owners and voters.
2-If none, what protection 4.-To this X
safety. notified owners that they must THINK ABOUT IT.Henry .
There seems to be an Idea in either rehabilitate or demolishthe have do in people like myself shall ask: your Indulgence Easterllng
preventing typeof
any while 1 elaborate. We, !s Rt. 1 Box 84BStarke
some parts that our City could buildings. If they fail to take speculator from building property owners are all :

not force the removal of such action, the city can order the and conducting any 'type of guilty of allowing this situ- Fla.

buildings without, going through\ structures torn down and bill the On A Collision Course

lengthy condemnation proceed. cost to the owners. Failure to pay

ings. But the City Keystone. by the owners could then resultin HIGH SCHOOL HEADLINES

Heights took no such long;; drawnout the costs being added to prop FARMER'SWhile DIARY I

procedure. Councilmen got erty tax bills and would open the

",- the job done there with a simple way for the city to take title to the estimates on .attendance :. visors .kept tha! organizationgoing : An Open Letter fn your efforts and will be Mike
ordinance "authorizing1: the City the tax-delinquent properties. at the recent Calf with income realized more than. happy to assist you Jackson

Council to declare structures a Starke has a number of structures Scramble vary from 1,500 to from ,rental of..the farming-', :tTo The Student : In -.jay way. Enjoys Being
2,500, there can be no doubt equipment. How about' it?
dilapidated and uns&tft condition that '! Council Of BHS
f1 are just as unsightlyand BHS Drum
that the event was a great / Linda Colson Majorby
to be a public nuisance, providingfor apparently just as unsafe as talk
There's ; already
the condemnation of such the one in Keystone, or those in about plans for one next year And" speaking, of conaervavatlon -., Has anyone. seen the B.H.S.flag BHS HomecomingOnly Susan' Fogg"I
-, we read a statement ? ,
';i buildings, and authorizing, their Rome N. Y. If they can be re. !
but as usual, the only big problem by ,a.t.ouis Burno which summed What flag? Week enjoy being the drum

.' demolition, after'notice- 0 to ,the- .....t habilitated and put to useful purposes is how to raise the money it up well.'In part! It read: I don't see .a flag. Awayby major, but It's a lot of responsibility -
'\ owner. .again, ,well and good. If for the calves. However, 10 "'Beyond'ellplans and programs Well,'if you'haven't'seen It Mary Sue Thomas and hard work
In its first action under this they cannot, it is time-past time donor. were found quickly this ,- trueconservation Is either don't be alarmed. B.H.S. that takes time and effort,"
ordinance, the owner of the build. that they should go. ,year, and It may be that the ultimately something of the has no school flag. Homecoming Is here. Students says Bradford High School
sponsors of the event will have By Sam McGarvey mind, It is an idea of men and Way back In 1803. the at BHS are busy planningand drum major Michael Jackson.

'I Compromise Could Allay Crisis the same quick ,response, next women: who cherish their; pest: B.H.3.: Student Cpuncl) passeda 'making floats, electing Seventeen-year-old :Mike, a
year. held at the home''of Mr. and and. believe in 'their future. measure to produce, before their'Homecoming Queen and senior Is taking on the drum

!Mrs. Lloyd Green, and after Our civilization will be measured year's end, an official echooj Princesses, and planning skits major's responsibilities for the
Millions of words have been be t.. This month.:Sam relinquishes! the business was disposed of, by its, fidelity\ to this Ideal flag for appropriate use's. and 'other activities for the second consecutive year. He

written in recent months about Anyone acquainted with the the only public office he has the members' enjoyed refreshments "slirely as' Its"arts and poe In order to come up with an Tornado Whirl.Homecoming1.- likes having authority and

Florida's crisis in education.- local school system knows that ever held\ that 'as a member and long discussions on. try and system of justice. In original ,design .a cenbesfr was- /was previously 'works well with the band director .

many, in fact, ,that even though the'money spent now.is not .of the Soil and Water Con. agriculture.. and'con rvatlon. our perpetual search for abun"daflceY .- planned and successfully! exe- planned for the Bishop Kenny to formulate the foot-
?_,we're getting a. little "Weary oflt:, : "enough. 'The' being": problem''- ,back -getvatio&MMfttirtM\ :7 Supervisors.-" .9 .t;,," v- ':tiI "b auty'and order",' We ;, cuftd.\ producing."a winger;.: game, but thanks to'' Coach toaU-- halftime shows. ?

all, we feel compelled to put in [ goes He had to give'up the position While erosion in one of the manifest both. our love tot the An agreement was made David Hume It has been chang. Quail hunting is one of
two cents worth. to poorly educated adults and the. because 'of his job, which often big'' conservation. problems land and ,our sense of responsibility with the principal Mr. Connie ed to the Live Oak game Oct. ''Mike's favorite hobbles. In

our state's rapidly increasing population required hirti to cover some elsewhere, it is not so here in, -'for future. generations.1 Clark, 'that 'If "the 'Student' '27. school he la serving as president .
First, i it 'appears from talking in connection with which ether C C Council ran the contest and PRINCIPAL:
meeting on the night the Bradford County, except in of the Drama Club, and la
there is a crisis. 'to those who state support has not been sufficient S611 Supervisors were meeting, places like the Clay Hill area," -The weather Is staying dry earns up witha design the by Stephen'' Wade an active member of the Interact

with many local teachers, that to ''keep the system mov- and tot another thing, he had and for the most part the light on, and is hindering the ,,Principal would have the flag Chess, and Bible Clubs.
have handed in undated resignations forward. Bradford "is served on the board for 12 board was concerned with setting ou..of.? berry plants. We made and It would b.e paid for 'Mr. Jim Temple attended a He plays baritone saxophoneIn
ing an example !March of Dimes In
the "crisis" means they're years. drainage and the renting of have an Idea that many of our by funds other than those of Workshop the band In addition to
of with New Oct. 810.
larger Orleans
county a .
fed after of pleading. .. farm equipment to landownerswho growers!!! would welcome -a'rRinyperiod the Student Council. playing the guitar
I up for fewer number of educationally deprived When he was elected to the were participating In a1: which 'would soak The design was" given to :r.'r." Over 400 March of Dimes Next fall, Mike plans to goon
pleading more supplies, children, who come from board, the' Meetings: 'were held conservation plan, The Super the soil and help get the berry Clark ,but the flag has never workers from Tennessee, Arkansas to either Santa Fe or St.
students per classroom, better homes where education is not ( crept off, to a good stark been unfurled.* Loulaana, :Mississippi Johns River Junior College.He .

5. pay, more modern textbooks and stressed. .L., -,tt The big ,question now la ,. Alabama, and Florida attended Is undecided right now
. other necessities. 'To farmers "the-; eight of'a "What :ae the .holdup?" the meet. The meeting's whether his profession will be

?i Their resignations, which may These children start behind in NEWS And NOTES ... i barnyard rooster strutting Is there_ one or is it just purpose was to inform area dentistry or teaching but he

t\ separate them from their chosen the first grade and fall farther .., around with his tall feathers that no one has' bothered 'fo' leaders on the National :March wants to become a dentist.

:' profession in this state, they con: and farther behind each year For Today's HomemakersBy ( arched out hi back of him Is see that the flag "was made of Dimes program.Mr. Asked'how much his drum

| sider the last straw. But they even though they're "promoted"to -W' Sommon: sight. But according and given place of honor flyIng Temple was chairman of major's hat weighs, he replied.
the next grade. Far too Martha to an item we read the high over.BH.e.: the Bradford County Marchof
, consider it even if it many Sue "It weighs enough!I"
necessary, end with sub-standard other day, the Japanese far I propose to you, the Student -. Dimes drive that netted
a high
*. means leaving the state for jobs. up County Extension '. outdo us-or at least their Council of B.H.s. to look around $:SOOO last year. Most
Many people apparentlY' think school education. Too few are Home Economics Agent roosters deThe, story said. closely Into this matter and of the 'money/went: for medical -
mass teacher resignations mean prepared to enter a college and that roosters there grow tails assure the student's: o( the aide and research for children ed In Florida and the fourthIn

irreparable harm to the. state's are not qualified for further job :;'. -. r' that grow as long-as 25: feet- high school the flag that was with birth defects at the the state In a competitive
school children. Yet teachers who training.It and that's a long tale if we" promised them two years ago.I University Medical Center In game" Manassa said.
, HOW COME CHEESE of the many different varietiesseem heard one. am sure that the students, Gerlich and his brother hold
. ever' Gainesville.
have handed their will take than small .
in resignations more a
In anclen.t times, Arab the woild's "twin brother"championship
I an to add an element of interest \Will 'toe behind you 100 per cent ,Temple says the March this
feel they are doinsr the best thing effort to upgrade education in a trader sat down at the end of when Caey are served. It; may be difficult to figure year will be In January and ..
for all concerned. They feel it maybe county like Bradford. It will takea 'a long day and 'began: drinking ((2)) Add flavor and' texture. out J Just why geneticists in. February. Admission prices at the Park

''I better to have schools closed large local, as well as an increased milk from'his pouch made otlamb' Different varieties of cheese Japan have gone to such FEA it associated .with NEA!: Theatre were: Children, 15

for a time than to have Florida's state effort. Teacherssee stomach. The milk tasted have deoUely different flavors lengths to-prove that they can which Is made up entirely of cents; students 25: cents (except

children continue to get substandard this, and that is the reason rather strange and the Some supply a mild! and blank produce .roosters with the' educators. There are no plum- ? Sunday); adults (matinee
education for to that thousands of them have now Arab noticed that it seemed flavor, while others provide longest tails In the world, as' bars, carpenters," or assemblyline ) 33 cents; evenings 40
years resolved clumpy. He enjoyed the new zestful, piquant and tangy we.,had a_(fine; Rhode' Island worker In the FEA nor 25 Years Ago cents; midnight shows, 40
come. not only to recognizethe flavor, however, and the clum- flavors that are characteristic{ Red' that had trouble'I keeping' NEA All members are connect cents to all.
There also appear to be many' problem, but to do something py milk satisfied his hunger of some cheese. It is not always his tall feathers from dragging with the teaching profession. By Alice McGarvey

parents included who are about it even. if it means their 60 it was, i it Is said, that necessary to add large e.t times. Secondly gpoji Senator; the A total of 3,669 drivers' licenses -,
not convinced of the charges man invented cheese. amount's of strongly flavored TEA: does not want to dictate were fold in the county /*

made by the teachers. This is jobs.Entering this year with great .Cheese Is a concentratedfood cheese to get the desired effect '.'We4night'also.add that in.' the running of the state1* Sale of War Bonds! and Defense according to Judge E. K.

apparent by the fact that some expectations vital containing most of the (in a: salad, sauce or a casserole stead' of that effort, our biologists school" IYltem.Tlc1'' would Stamps In Bradford Perryman. They were classified
90 have volunteered to they saw pro food materials found in milk (3)( ) Supply needed 'nutri have produced\ chunky, however like to be able to suggest County from the inception of as 3,032 operators' licenses
persons Bradford's school doors grams cut back instead of going from which It is made! To ents. Cheese is a source of birds, with more meat to eat,' possible -1rn ro.emenu. I the drive in' :May 1941 to Oct. ; 600 chauffeurs' and 137

keep forward, as they had been led to make 6ne pound of Cheddar high-quality protein and cal and we :would far rather eat hope you don't think lt lai 1, ,1842.' totaled $323.618, with junior operators'.
open if teachers resign, but fewer believe. It 'was the last straw. Cheese, requires about nine cium. Three ounces of most fried chicken than gaze In admiration : wrong I for :a.teacher t4.h&ve'' several 11.000 bonds sold in --

than that turned v.out-for the 'Things should never have been pounds of milk.j The exact' nutritive cheeieexcluding( .cream 'at-an.old rooster who a cay about the school tystexn. the last; month. H. T. Bennett, Lawtey farmer

Crisis Sunday to '''have-shortcomings allowed to deteriorate to this extent yalue of cheese. does cheese) compares favorably ,didn't know one end of his till, He does'not work I in It you ; recently butchered a
of the schools explained by and the present stalemate depend on the variety 'of With the' same 'weight of red from another, know. 'If a teacher does rot. Starke City Council received shote that had two feet on its
the teachers. ..,'" could have cheese, the manufacturing procedure meat 1 In the amount of protein know what Is wrong with the a petition signed by 169 left front leg. Bennett brought
been avoided. With and the moialta-e( and it provides, and more calcium school' system,"wlto floes? -L .' citizens asking that steps be the leg into town to show. He
Florida is thirty-fourth in the most ,of the talking being done butte fat content. than a glass of whole mUk.r outside of politicians, of taken to Improve the Seaboard said the ahote weighed 150

nation in the amount' of money by "no compromise" .spokesmen ThC calorie value of Cheddar? For something: different in course) . Airlines Railroad station waiting pound and he had not noticed

per capita spent'on education. on both sides, things have reached and cream cheese is comparable the way of a' cooked cheese Third.! Senator Blade you rooms and train sheds. the deformity until hi had

This really proves nothing, since the point of no >f81uf1Most and is about twice as.high try CHEESE PWF., and serveit EDITOR 1 stated ,that teacbers, will The petition was presented by butchered Ole animaL
the state is thirty-third( in total progress' in our1 Nation *- political per serving as for cottage with lima beans, beets, not ,be asked back by the Re. L. A. Reynolds.< The council -

per capita spending. These figuresare and otherwise ...- has been cheese. Both Cheddar and cottage green salad, or a fruit cobbler. .. .. publican" party If VM& resign,' agreed to have Gene Connell The Red Cross urged girls
from the October:; issue of made in spirit of cheese are excellent sources Ingredients 'needed'are, 6: Oct. 10 1967 KM democracy slipped so write tG the General Passenger and local women with some
Changing Times. a compromise, of protein and good 'sour slices of bread; l4 cup* Editor drastically! in the State of Agent urging the improve business training to join the
Florida may' and it is hoped that this spirit, as ces of rfboflavln, one of the BVitamins. ground or grated cheese 2 Bradford County Telegraph, Florida that the Republicans ment. American Red Cross Staff Assistance
be exerting as in )1 effort as exemplified by the study commit. Other action taken by the Mrs. Dorothy
Cheddar Is an exceptionally eggs; Itt" cups milk; H tea Btarlce Florida now have the power that was" Corps.
the average stata'r J.but "aver tee headed by Rep. Fred Shultzof good source of calcium spoon salt. and pepper, paprika :Gear; ,, Sir: originally{ intended for the council was to lower the license Cpjwrson was the director.

age" for Florida ia not good Jacksonville, will yet come up but cottage cheese .1* and nujtaxd it desired.{ This letter 1a designed! \ to benefit thooi boards,. the srenreal fee for ,pinball machines -
enough. Progressive in every oth. with a' solution to avoid the only falf in this respect, since Fit 3 slices of bread into the senator. Tom Blade who public, and the courts of law from $2:$ to''$15. The license Officers elected to the Worn.

er way, our schools l should'be\ the threatened head.on collision. moat of'I the calcium' has been 'bottom of a greased' ",baking has many' misconceptions about Since when has the Republican on penny weighing machines, en's 'Service Organization.
removed. dish. Sprinkle with half the the FEA-and who seemingly party taken the place of cigarette vendors and the like Auxiliary of the USO were:
Cheese is a staple In many cheese and cover with the rest has made no effort to all three groups? What would was reduced from. $10 to $3. President, Mrs Frank E. Wll-

The American home. Three-four of the bread. Beat eggs, add eelc the trotn) Since it la so you do if Ute Republicans did son; Vice-president, Mrs. J.
Bradford County Telegraph the of the ''nation' homes mUk and seasonings, pour over embarrassing 1xJ-see an important not ask the teachers back but A perfect bawling score was ,W, KIncaid: Recording Secretary
ESTABLISHED 1879 stock cheese within an average bread and cheese,' and cover public official. Ifte everybody else did Declara a made by soldier Bill Gerlich of MrsW.\ B. Mundy, Corresponding -
'week, according to a of cheese. Camp Blending at the Bowl. Secretary Mrs.
survey with rest- him spouting fallacies I shall state of anarchy perhaps?
it a wwe E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and PubllilherFlorida' .of The large number of* hot water. and bake at 350 degrees First of all. Senator Blade: has served to enlighten you. be chalked up for a service G. Duncan.
Oldest Weekly'Newspaper Published OMit11aacM17 Varieties" and Sts.versatility (moderate oven) about the FEA is not union. Pr'host Senator, as well as others who man anywhere since war was The following committee
see Under. .The Same Matt Dead. makes it possible for cheese' tb 40 minutes or until.custard is t'hb please share your unfortunate mlo- declared' according to H. A. chairmen were appointed; Pro
110J'u1alWlod \\ fulfill many needs and wishes set and bread Is puffy. wrtte the APL-CIO. I am sure conceptions about the teachers Manassa, manager. gram. Mrs. O. 1. Beaaley: Attendance

that you the homemaker. have For more information on they would be glad to rove you of .Florida and their represen The pin-balj phenomonon occurred Mrs. A. Z. A-dklns;
each Thursday aatf entered as Second CIw* !Matter a* the Post om.at when meal: planning. Cheese and Cheese Recipes the word.. There: ,' are such Uttw. the FEA.: In a match between Finance!, Mrs./ R. A. Green;

Starke. Florida eider Act" .f March'3rd.- 187. Cheese may be chosen. to:. contact this office by writing things as teachers' union. HOM& :Most sincerely.B. Ccrlich and Manassa, in which :Membership Mrs. E. K. Ferryman

Subscription ta trade areal 1 year, $.00; 8 moatlaa, '%.:$ (1) Provide Interest and spiritof to Box ZflT, or Phone 964-5471 ever ,the FEA Is not one ofthen. : R. Hoffman the former's average score for .; Constitution: W. B. 1

Outelde trade..... I jear. S4JOa:! 6 meat* $240{ adventure'to a meal. The for the Bulletin entitled Yon were probably thin Box: 513lgeyetno the five games was 231. Sewcll; Hostess, Mrs. X W.
WOrl -wide scope of cheese asa "CheeliO la Family Meals. trig of the APT whlcn Is affiliated Height Flo. "Gerlich'a feat was the Kincaid: Publicity Mrs/ K. I*

tM4 'And the unique flavors with too AIT I& aigbfii perfect score ever bowl- :Matthews _._.. .


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Sunday School 10 a. m.,
Morning Worship\ at 11. .4-
Training Union 6:30: p: m.
Evening Service. 7:15.: Wednesday -
Prayer Meeting 7:30:
p. anti followed by Choir )If
Practice. .
Bible Club is held every ":.

Monday afternoon. Please Ai """ ... .. ., ..-" .0-..".. "' ', .'> ". n' .,.\:
encourage your child to at- :c. : .-: ..: r.. : :.::
tenit:!\,, bring a Bible and a 1 Pl US -. ....1' ,; Iflt" ,,' if( _.,. ....,J AW', .4"
friend. ;, ; I :,.... ., I'. _.....
GRIFFIN-LEE j ',', .... ".. ".' '......... ".'Ii',_ .., .,>1> '
The wedding of Miss Mar-
cia Lynn GriMls and Jesse
James Lee was solemnized at SAVE LARGE
8 ix m. Friday. Oct. 8 In I I
Hope Baptist Church with ;SAVESYOU MONEY !k S ltzer 56 / "-

Rev. .Merle Packham officiating. a _
The bride la the daughterof 15-o SUNMAID
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griff, RAISINS 27f2 and the groom Is the son of e

Mr"O'Brien.and Mrs. K. W. Lee, of Lg: f.'ME.::: 87d 8 Loaf Bread 4/79/ ; 4d I

We were sorry to hear tltat .
some of our neighbors have QUAKER OATS 53d 2t( 1
been sick. Including Olenda 18-oz. KELLOGGS Regular 25* 9 Pk. FRENCH ,
Batten daughter of Mr. and BRAN BUDS . 39d 4t(

PvUsseltsort Mrs. A. It.:' of Batten Mr aivt; 'Brat Mr'. RAISIN BRAN . 39d 4t( Har d Rail 5 2/39/ I. '.

Tommy Russell: and Rev. 8-0*; CAP CRUNCH' .
Merle P&dtham. We hope r
you an will soon be feellrg CRUNCH CEREAL 37d880d 2d< Save 64 ..6 Pk., HOLLYWOOD 1 _

better.Mr. and Mrs. Walter BABY FOODS 1 9rt ,' .
Swindell and family wad 8-oz" HERSHEY Cdy Bars 19 r Ir

Chery) Oriffls visited Mr l CHOCOLATE 43d 2dIYsoz.ASTOR < :J
J. H. Swln I "
Mary Mr. and Thursday' Mrs. A.night.L. Batten LEMON EXTRACT 33d 2d< Regular 39* .8 Pk. DIXIE DARLING RAISIN i a t F''

and faintly visited Brad r-ez. WAKES UP FLAVOR 0ACCENT
Russell !in the hospital Wed- : . 31d 2d< ( Buns 29"
nesday night Id-oz. YOU'LL LOVE 'EM'' .I I-nnam' .. /
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips TOASTEMS . 42d 3d of Mlddleburg were dlnguests ( CARNATION1 t i I No. 30 J Con STANDARD' wraxa CANT ( I
of Mr.' : and Mrs. J. D
Phillips Sunday.Louis' INSTANT MILK $1.09 4d<
Alfred! and Mr. add 3 Lb COLONIAL Tomatoes
Mrs. Walter Dobbs were SUGAR . . .4? 10rt D/$1/
guests SniunfEt of Mr. and 5-lb': .. T' .
Mrs. H. P' -Cloversettlo.Mr. RSHEyrSUGAR 55d! 8d< t t .....i'
and Mrs. C. E. Searl :
and family' were In Oalnea BISSOUTHERNFLOUR i '
\ _
vine Saturday. 39f6 5-oz. RONCO \ "
Miss PatricIa Crawfo"
was an overnight guest sun, EGG NOODLES. 2/29d .I 2ct
day"at the home of Brenda 14-oz. ..
Hester, daughter' of Rev and MINUTE RICE . 47f2 Mt!: Jf. C. F eaters. '1 1 12-c*. PETER PANPEANUT .. '
Mr aftdi Mrs. L. 1(. ChfidV 43f2ct
Alfred Underwood1 an.t Clnd1:: 10-oz. DEEP SOUTH WIHN.Dim.' .Tom.* INC.-COPVNICHT-I..Y "'
were In TallaeaM last S'ln' GUAVA JELLY 27f2ct No. !4 Cant VAN CAMPS ,..> 11r\ .
sis=: 24-oz. DEEP SOUTH''
i day visiting Mrs. CIMlds'
ter, Mrs. Tom Vountf. Mr*. GRAPE JAM 4 A <
. 391 .
f Young came back: wltti. the 8-0*. WINDOW CLEANER Vienna Sausage 5/I.t/

I Chllds Mrs. to Rhoda stay Dampler a while. WA. 3'i WINDEX RESCUE.. . 29d ,,2 .7... '.*

Vining visiting and Mr. and children Mitt. D. and L. SOAP,PADS . ."27d" ,'I'2rt. ,_.ReauJ e "Mrs. Fannie Moon at- Glen No.' 2 Co"COMSTOCIC STRAWBERRY '

St. Mary. Sunday afternoon1 PIE MIX . ; 47d \ 2ct a Tissue19oz. 4$1/ D. k 4/$1/ -.
Mia* Anne Mills .of JacK 24oz. THRIFTY MAID .. \ 5 ..
sonvllltf and Atlanta was rCH. GRAPE JUICE . 35d2[ d .
cently visiting her fathefHarold "
:Mrs. Percy Sullivan sr and

Mills.Mrs.family and Mis DOrothy JUICE Qt*. REALEMON. . . 63f2 I:
Rhoda. Dsmplw had i o
as house guests last weekend TOMATO JUICE 33d 2dCOCKTAIL
Mrs. Lester Zelgler and 4o-o*. V-8 i 1 ''Ij

daughters Teressa end JUICE. 41 dISMoz. 2rt .
Kathleen BocOme. Smith LIBBYSLOPPY
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Glatiey JOES . 65d II 1 i and four children of Miami *: LIBBYPOTTED

who were here for the QrU- MEAT 21f2ct.
fls-Lee wedding.Robert <" 7VS-O: SNOWSMINCED
Morris left last CLAMS 33f2ft
Thursday for a visit! with/ 2K-OZ.: GREEN GIANT SLICE

relatives Mr. and at Mrs.Philadelphia.Harry Na-Pin. MUSHROOMS . 31 d 2d<
deau of Miami No. 303 Can NEWPORT CUT
were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Slhley CUT GREEN'' BEANS 2/25. 2
last Saturday. Mr. and MM. No. 303 Con GREEN GIANT ,
Nadeau were on their way to PEAS W/ONIONS 31 d 2d<
Canada for a vacation.Mr. No. 303 Con ACRE 1401. CRACKIN' GOOD MINI CREMB I t r t'
and 'Mrs. R. O. TIelsWr PEAS W/SNAPS 33dlOd 2ft __
of Gainesville
guests of Mr. and were Mrs.Sundae' J. D. No, Rili THRIFTY I MAID' Ch I ate Sandh 29; .
Oriffls and family. DROMEDARY BEANS8oz e 2d< oco i
The Hampton
School Is having a Elementary Halloween DATE NUT BREAD 23f4 Carnival on Saturday Ort 40-0*. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE W/MEAT BALLS \ )
28, from 4 till 8 p. m. at the SPAGHETTI . .73 d 2d Preserves 391 r
school grounds.< There will btI ALL SEGO & METRECAL St'berry }

costume judging. Bingo, ex- DIET DRINKS . 29f2 citing booths andi all kind
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of fun. So dress:\ your litt'e' 2-Lb. DEL MONTEPRUNES Regular 32* No. 2H Can DEL MONTE SLICED & HALVES i
monsters up and don't loot '. I 73d28o 2d

the Mr gobblins-get-ya.and Mrs. Jessla Iff, APPLE*.' MUSSELMAN BUTTER . 33d ; 2Q 51d P eat h"es 3/89/ -

Mrs. Ruth Oriffls and yours No. 2V4 Can SIOUX.B F

truly were in Miami Sunday HONEY . . 95d! : 4d< 1014-01. THRIFTY MAID Chicken & Rice, Tomato, Chicken Noodle, Vegetable & Mushroom
through Tuesday 'or the 24-oz. LOG CABIN \

funeral of my first cousin SYRUP . . 65d 4dQt. < a.
John T. Seara.Adjustable RED LABEL Canned Soups ion./ r


Ylnrt Book Regular 39 .24 Pk. DIXIE
Cover AH st.ea t 19 ooat ell. . 49d 6
ai The Telegraph., QTS. KRAFT

MAYONNAISE; . 69d 41! Coconut Donuts 2/59/
that the und.r.lvn.tl. 4..Jrln.tIY .
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County, Plorld4.JACK! : fit '. 1 Ica ONI pica IINAND'(I P.) ".a TWO mat.CMACKIN : 1 N4. egg 100 R. ::1-- tit ONt So. lOa n. : .ft* TWO II L._'__to I
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OLJJB MAR HINES I Diet Ban j I Chopped Steaks : Cookies : A Notebook Paper : Bogs.. Liquid Detergent I.
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RONCO .. ? .,??. 1-Lb. NABISCO PREMIUM Personal Size 4/314 M.d. 2/25! ..Large)

ORGAN HAMMOND STUDIO Lasagna : ? ? 7 ? 39* Premium Saltines : 35* a Ivory Soap : 23.9rt.0. .

notary'AMftorlzc &- .. RONCO MACARONI! ? "-> '430, ZEST DEODORANT .GOLD. Regular 2/3 U..Bath JOY yQUID.,12-o, 34t 22-oz. 61* .IKng Si*. .; '

Fleraleeat 47egetl' Sea Shells : r r 2/33 Bath Soap ? 2/43 Detergent 83; <
IWM.a rele.L.are .. -
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Plaintiff; v* AfAftra: AtlLE'Nm
AVjr q'T' f.nUant.NCXriUB ,
PAEPIIIPV TinMario Arlene J Marocau
Lu1i MONEY Olin.
l you are heroby nutlCUd hat
a autf ttnf< Dlvorcir" II.. been
riled acalnct you In the above
named tiourt and* aauiM and(
you are, raqulroil) to ...rv. a
copy' ot youi an..wei* or plaou
Ins to th. nplalnt on the

ae Plaintiff'H. Pierce Attorney. 4-ao6 Han.N. Oeor-'lem-
WRW I IL pie) Ave. Ktarkv, Florida, and
S VING me the original, In tb. office
of the Clerk; of the Circuit

Wi : Court day of the 1>n October or.aUffvatlona foto,1II, lU1.uf the oth 23rd aaldComplaint .rwlee .

will be taken aa
I confeaeetk by you
Tau .notice enall be publlBh-
II ed onceeaclr. week. for four
V AppD S anneeoutlva, week In' the Brat
.. STOa ford County: .Telea-iaph..
fated till ito day pf September
19 7.CMARLB8.
(81I &1))..
By Banlah M. Moody Deputy

Chuck Steak LB. S91 Round Steak. m99/: Clerk.. -ddTh--.9/3,9:br' 4t JQ/19

USDA'CHOICE "': -0 BRAND CORN FED USDA CHOICE W-D..sRI-NO CORN FED TOP'' P1 t In accnrdanuewith of Section no.au.tha Flor-pravlslona .
1 : Ida Mfatute. The Board of
Short Ribs 4.91 Round Roast 99 HublloInetruatMn of BradfordCounty
/ I' LB. that an .Hereby.rectlon'will. .rvea ba notice held

NavejntMr T.:' 1967 fur the

Rib Roast LB.991 Beef Stew La. 79 Trueraen for the, .enuHlntf and-Dlntrlot.blvntkluni.10/B, tax 4t 10/24 levy

e :'I......: oi A.....ae/o./ F..
ii .
r ? I Ni>... I.....-, .'< S.

Deimonicos1.49 Plate Stew LB: 2'9Woo the: ,;holder thfft. ,ilcvrr old bee tna riled t>k aald followinguurtlflcutnii Winiamn earrtlJicat.e -,

BRAND Plus 100 Free Stamps With Coupon" FrorA" Nawipap.- I Imuext themnn.fur u.tnx The dead certlflcutoniUKlb to. be..
PLUS'100!' rKll' STAMPS ." and. ye&ra of l..uanc" ,,
,. WITH COUPON I U>v daaLrlntlttn -ol th- property
JNirr: 'GROUND' BEEF 5 $1, !99 and the name In which It was
i FROM NIWJPAMR : j atmttiieed are aa follown. :
: [ Ortlflimta. No.' IIIIY.ar of
to I 1-L.b. Pkg I laauauce 1984.D.ecrlptien.

.' FAT-RITE BOLOGNA : : : : '- 53 of t-l of of BLK Property 9> In; L.H. T.COFT

V CHEESE DIPS 3't.BOSTON All of Bald-WIt.MA.Vr3, uraperry. being KT: ",AL.In,
1 the County of Bradford. autt.'
( BUTT o-f Florida.
; :
I Ualeea au o''ir ,csniflcate off.
FRESH PORK ROAST 49- c.rtUIc.t.: ahalL", be redeemed.
t ( : : u. according. to law the property
ni.I:: described In much certificate1'
V ; crrtrftfrttter wm be cold to
SLICED.TURKEY, & GRAVY $1.59"2lb. the hlcheat/ bidder at the court.lou..e .
/ : / door on the rtrat Mon..
month of NovemberLy07
iluv: ln
4 Pkg W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN BEEP which la tha 614 day. ofivfuvember

CUBE STEAKS : : : ; : '1.392VLb Dated, 1B67.this, 1967.milt day of October

Pko. French Fried Heat f Serve FISH STICKS or 12_. pit;. GOLDEN FLEETPEELED lak lAL)
Charlea, A. Darby '

SHRIMP ;:; JI 99* Bradford Clerk. of County Circuit Florida Court of

10/5 It 10/28.
t .
IM. In Tbi Candy Judaje'a Court
Y, r Of llradford Cooaljr. Vlorldia.la .'
Probata No. '
? I Tit- Ref Estate of EDGAR

SUNNYLAND I FRANKS ,;-TTTs: 3i! $ rA Eda-ac AN creditor Lawienoa TO* CREDITORS of Kirk the ,estate decaaaad of" '

are hereby notified and re*
SAUSAGE quired to file any claims ofdAnMndt
which they 'may have
_' Sunnyland Bag ..Hot or- i1d'i1d39c against said estate In the ofrtverof ''
3of. PM F the County judge of
"" UraJforif. County, Florida In!

COPELAHD CHIPPED BEEF : I>: :, : 4/$1. the Florida Courthouse within nix at calendar Stark;

'. yr month.Leoltllhel, date "qf, the
e i r c..t "
t-Lb. Cup-vBREAKSTONE 9ozBORDEN'SSLICED ': 4 ? flr. ...pabAcatlon of thla notice. '
iwrltlnNr, and' must .tat. the._
CHEESE 29* CHEESE 49* t plat oi.raaldenda and poet office
ao1.rr. of the olalman'
MILD DAISY 8-01 PILLSBURY of BALLARD. Cann* a / claimant, hl$" iri-nt or hla attorney
CHEESE 69" BISCUITS 10 ,r or 1C' wUI baoom void
lb. according to law.Charhta .
2-Lb. Box KRAFT VELVEETA )2-or. Pkq. SUBER THIN SLICED M.of eehmntExecutor the Estate- of

: : Edvaf: Lawrence Kirk, deceai
.. a' a .d. Eugene F. ShawEUOHNI
183 South Walnut Street
Utarke, Florida
Attorney for Executor9f9
4t 19/19

In The ClrroK Court Of 11'1....
1. lila) Rlarhlli Judicial Clrrnlt-
GRAPES 5 : '
ws- And .frnr llraiU I rd Cuuatr
<..t !No. IT* .


i i I/ I I APPLES 5 a 59*: y WILSON TO: ICMMA, Defendant LOU Nf>TICK WILSON

.. c/u A. C. Katlrdite" Sr.
Route 9, Box 20'JMiicknvllle
U, S. No. I GA. RED SWEET North Carolina. .

I POTATOES 5' 59*: J1028tolT FILL; that ARE!sulk HEREBY for divorce NOTl' or.
1 l the annulment. of the marriagebetween
l you and the Plaintiff
hue been filed against you a*
; Defendant. by NATHAM WtL-
ONIONS 5 a 39, LIAM WILSON a* Plaintiff In
the above atyled Court: ,and
Cause and you are r.Qul..dl'+; to
,' file defence or to
].S-Gal. Jugs FRESH CHILLED FILMARORANGE the Complaint aa filed therein

2'f.MARGARINE QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU OCT. 21 .I' with ,the Btarke Clerk, of Florida the Clr.1JICt and

JUICE / ,. -, ."-"-"" .,1 aerva Plaintiff a copy attorney thereof Barton upon T.Dou.I. .

r "r ..., loa North Main
: GOOD LUCK QUARTERS a Street. Poet Offlna Drat' -r13M.V
PLUS 100' Qalneavllle.. Florida, ''on
$ t or before the 6th day of November .
I 4' 1. STAMPS FREI"'J Ue11 i and If you fall to
US. do eo a Default Judgment will
COUPON. be taken ....In.t you for the
.. relief demanded In tha CoJm
.t ... -it plaint, and thereafter raid
.. ... .
1 Cam shall proceed Ex Parto.
'1'' Brand Br odd ChorA*. WITNESS hand and aeal

e 1 Rolls .' 2/69/ Corn '. 2./'1. Shrimp .. 1:89: of October(Florida.SEAL raid) Court A. D. thla 1987.4th at day Starker. of

>> Chance A. Darby Clerk of {the
1 3-COURSE AU \ STOUFFERS GRATIN w 8-t*. Pkg.,OCOrM CHICKEN BEEfy TURKEY Ckr. *.tV Court. Eighth Judicial
/ Circuit In and For Bradford'''"'

eST'hM9F. Potatoes Pk. 39jsate: Pies 51./ County.By Beulah, Florida.Deputy M. Moody.Clerk I

204x. ,CASSEROLE CHtESP'SBroccoli < '" 1013( 4t lop6$

Pkg. 39z: Souffle Pkg. 39x: Macaroni, ,,39 r,BRRDAIMRD.' -TO COUNTY Bin BT BOA TrlH/.D"']

PlASTIC..Qt. 22< J.-2-Gol'. ..,,tm, _.:,, Competitive ceded bid. wilt
ALL VARIETIES" __- IVORY SNOW. .Larg 39, ..Giant J f r b* received by the Bradford

Pko.Cook BANQUET in Bag Meats 29* Detergent ? ?' ,? : 83 Clorox Bleach 7. ?, 7 .S 35 County bi T until, 1967 Board,10:00 at:of the Public A.office M. rnatruu.tlea Nov.of the....

.' DASH CONDENSED,! SUDS. Glont 77, .Jumb* Supt/'Slz/ DASH CONDENSED SUDS "f *u* *>r gtfperlntendent/ Bradford of Public In.atructlon
12-ox. 34.22-o* County

I I rDetergent: v ;( ".,.. 61'rf. Detergent : .: ? *2?9, Detergent 7' j ,'.!. 7. .101I'j.:' ,$46 concrete the Courthouse....Ie and block, Starke removal hou., Fla.of located. one for'

; t I- 'lb. Pk.. BLUE' 8ONN*T "SOFT" and altuated at 605' North Or.anaa .
<' SPEC &SPAN.Reqular' 29* .Giant '
i 37 .Gt.Detergent ?' ,
; CHEER Larg Six < "if" Street Starke Fla. 1.
39g.V The aucoeaeful bidder mttHt r
' i y :, 7 .: ,!fl ': 83rf. Cleaner ? ? : 93 Margarineq. be .aM* to forty move five the aald(45) honnawlthJal day
I4" / 28-or. 69.40-1). KSr NEWt '" JIIf;C"' ''; 1 from date of award of bid.
.. .
LARGE SIZE DREFT r -. _. "ZZ.'r. l '' Further Information b
may *
99 Sour Top ? : 39 obtela4.rV,1. the office of theRup4rfnl4ndent
Detergent : ? ? ? 39 Cleaner : : : ? .. I : ( of Public m' \ .

......--.....see ee e S.......---.-.. ...%............----.....-.........-......... .-...... ..._...-..-.'......--....... --...-....................-.....'Vi ........on aaaeeaeare......j ruction The.1'.Board....of....Bradford of the Public right Counfy.Inetrh.ction to ...... I"

-- '-- -- : i XTRA EX: .. eept or reject any or all bidet .
: : EXTiRJ I: Ex-.rA>. : Thomas. L. Caeey. Jr.
I t
i I EXTRA GREEN STAMPS i I I dTwGREEN S MPS i I I 'sx G>t,.,N, STAMPS,, II. .4".ClR.!!. +.... i: I ,:.f.R.:: !!!!.STAMPS : ..t\1\(www.wer.G j Superintendent.
: dt ._ : ?ie ee I 10/11 4t 11/1
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1 #it ON. ..L.. rue. : : "o".ua .tu..o.t .AL UOUTNI_ 4 eOOe" LUCKGround Z

1. wa .""NO Beef i 1J4rf17..._..ola TWO CUT Fry Vf.r.On' i C fa'81'Htne.OM.Lt.e i : Canadian Bacon .. :, : Whit Ace ocri'eol.. .t woanaecTr MoryarirN aa, t I'Z

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8KADFORD 0011NTY TEl.KORAPn. STAftK1C. wrrnttmf
I ._...e.nenae.___._ n._.. nr-T___._.. _la_. _10/57___

Funeral Services Alice Davis Crosby. He wasa daughters, Mrs Eula: Hudson -
Held Saturday retire: farmer a former SumtervlUe; Mr*. Fran BAPTIST
employe of Bradford
County ces Kelly Jacksonville
Sunday School, 10 a. m
For J. B. Prevatt and a member of Dedan ces Kelly Jacksonville, Mrs. Morning Worship, 11 a. m

Baptist Church. He had beena Nancy Glisson, Starlm, ,; and Training Union, 6:30: p. m

J. B. (Brack] Prevail, 83. reildent for 42 of Bradford, County Mrs. Clara Johnson West Evening Service, 7:30.: Prayer
years hers
of Hampton died Thursday.Oct. from Vero Beach.comlrg Palm Beach; three eons Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. :
13. following a sudden John Barfleld Tampa; Earl m.-Rev. R. H. Butler y
JIl1J'I' SS. Surviving are six daugh- Owen, Starke; and Isaac pastor.
ters Mrs. Elmer Jones of ,
Owen Tampa; three brothers -
Mr. Prevatt was born at Norwalk Call .
Mrs. Myrtlce Arthur
Starke on March 6. laU and Owen
Nichols. Starke
was a lifelong resident of Walters. ; Mrs. Benny, Stephen Owen :: l\tR.dISon'j: was the daughter of the late
Philadelphia :Pa.
Charlie Madison
Bradford Owen and Lydia Wilkes
county. He was a
Mrs. Louis
day. Jacksonville!
so surviving are 29 grand- Hall. She was
of the Church of Christ. His Beach rfoel a member ot
; Mrs. :Hardy, children and three great the Church of Christ.
parents were the late Peter P.
Pompano Beach
and Mary Lane Prevat ; and Mrs. grandchildren. Surviving are her husband, BO.TDRINPTIST RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST
Agnes Bleasdale, Mcrlanna: : Funeral services were held Thornton Johns of Starke CHURCH GRAHAM BAPTIST CIIURCII
Surviving Is his wife. Clifford ; CHURCH
Ennlson sons Albert Lee Crosby at 4 p. m. Saturday in Jones two daughters, Mrs. Delano CHURCH
Hampton; ,one Prevatt daughter of Starke: and Lamar Crosby. Memorial Chapel! with Rev. Thomas, and Alias\ Emily Sunday School 10:00: a. m. Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule of services-: Sun Sunday School 10 a. m.I Sunday School 10 a. m

Mrs. Marcelene of Pompano Beach; two brother Donald L. Ramsey and Rev. John;;i two sons Edwin and Morning Worship 11:00:: a School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 day-School 9:43: aj ra. Morn- Morning Worship. 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. m.:

New York;; one Campbell son, CharlesJ. F. T. Crosby and Frank R. H. Butler officiating. In- W. H. Johns, all of Starke; m., Training Union, 7:00: p a.m. and 7:80: p.m. Training: Ing Worship ,.104&In.: and 7 p. m.Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.:

Prevatt, New York; a bro- Crosby, both of Vero Beach; terment was in Crosby Lake five brothers, Ben F. Hall, m.. Evening Worship, 8:00: ( p Union 6:30: p-m. Rev. Jack Training Union. 8:43: p. m. Baker pastor..Thursday Prayer Meeting Wednesday
ther. T. D. :Prevatt Jocksinvllle 6ne sister, Mrs. C. N Clark Cemetery under direction of Starke;; John S. Hall,, Gainesville m., Stolte pastor.CHURCH Evening Service 75.: Mid- Visitation 10 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at 8
Jackson Springs, N. C.; 23 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ; William II. Prayer meeting 'Wed., 7:30p. :: Week Prayer Service Wed- p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pas
and two Clyde .
: sisters .
,, Mrs.Neta grandchildren and four m.Rev.. Virgil Loett, m. and 7 p. mNEW tor.
Johnson Hampton great ffrandcnlldren. Home. Hall,, both of Theressa, and Pastor. OF GOD nesday 7:43 p. m

and Mrs. Iva Bowden, Macon : Funeral I Clyde Hall Keystone: Heicrhta-! :. 423 N. St. Clair St., StarkaSunday RIVER BAPTIST
services wero held SMYRNA LONG BRIDGE B.\ :
four sisters, Mrs. Ida MISSIONARY nST
Services Farrlah
Oa.Funeral to .
at 11 a. m. Monday in the BAYLESS HIGHWAY a. m. .
of Earleton; Mrs. Minnie! Harris BAPTIST CHURCH 'Sunday School, 10 a. m
services were held Worship Services, 11 a. .
Dedan Baptist Church near For Arch Dobbs BAPTIST CHURCH m. Sunday Fcliocl:; 10 a. m.
at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Waldo; Mrs Delaney Fischer and 7:30 63- W. Pratt &.- &1ndmY Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Brooker :
with Rev. W. p. m. YPB. Wednesday Morning
A. Worship. 11
graveside In At Church and Mrs. Florence Johns, Sunday services: Sunday School. 10 Training Union 7 p. m. Evening & m.
Prevatt Ceme- Hogan officiating. Intermentwas Calvary School 10 a. m.; ( 7:30:: p. m. Prayer Meeting Training Union 8:30: .
both of Theressa; and seven Morning a. m. Preaching, 11 Worship 8 p. m.Wednesda.y p. mrEvening
tery near Starke, with Rev. In the Dedan Cemetery Worship service 11 Friday, 70: p. m.-Rev. a m I Worship, 7:38:
Talmadge Pope officiating. grandchildren. a. m.: Training Union. 6-30 L. Training Union, 9:15 night service,,
under direction of DeWitt C. Arch Williams paator. : p m. Prayer Meeting
Dobbs. 76, of Lake Wednesday
Funeral services held : p. m. Everyone .
were welcome.L
was In the family Jones Funeral Home. p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: Evening Worship 7 p. m. 7:30.
:Butler : Vernon
died Tuesday morn- at 10 N. Williamson
plot with Dewitt c. jones a. m. Saturday In Jones p. m. FINE LEVEL BAPTIST Everyone welcome. Elder Palter, pastor. .
Funeral Home In charge of Ing In a Starke hospital Memorial Chapel wllTn Rev. Prayer Meeting Wed.. 7:30p. : T. C. Williams, pastor.. I pastor.
arrangements.A. I Services Held after an extended Illness. Hs! Harold Dowdy: and Rev. Doug- m.; O. A. Meeting Wed., Sunday School, lo a. m CHURCH OF CHRIST

For Mr. Owen was! born in Union Countyon ins Lyell officiating Interment 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal. I, Morning Worship,,, 11 .. m FIRST PKKSBTTEaiANSunday IIEILBRONN BAPTIST
I Sunday Bible 10
Dec. 28. 1890 the son of t was !In Hope Cemetery under Pre ', Study Sunday! Schuol a:45
Wed.. 7:30 -erv1ces [Booster "R : a. m.
L. : p. m.; Erother- band,
Crosby, Sr. ..In[ Jones Chapel the late and I direction I Sunday School, a. m.; Morning Worship and Morning .
Joseph Mary of DeWitt C. Jones hood: meeting, last Monday! Youwr People, and Pray' 9S: a. m. Wor nip. 11 a. m.
Services Held I Dobbs. He was a retired correctional Funeral Home. in each month. It. v. David I Service], 8 p. no. Evening Morning Worship, .11, a. m. Eveningservices Communion Service 11 a, m. Training Union, 0:30: p. m.

At Dedan ChurchAlbert Virgil Owen, 70, Starke, officer at the Flor-| Active pallbearers were H. Medeiros, pastor. I Worship 7 y. m. Midweek I I Youth Fellowship 6 p. m., :: 6:30.: Training Union 7:00: p. m.
Ida State Prison a member i P. :Morgan, S. D. Goodman Choir Wednesday Worship service '=:'
died Thursday, Oct. 12. in I Practice Wednesday, Evening Service. 8::00. Mid
local hospital after a sudden a of the Ralford:! Masonic| Henry Talbert, T. C. HazenJr. HOPE OAPTIST' CnUECIlHighway : Service Wednesday 7:30: p I 8 p.m. 7 p. m. Minister: Jack P. week Prayer Service 7:30p.

Lee Crosby Sr., 70, illness. Lodge,, and a member of the ., Raleigh Brannen and John m.-Rev. D. L. Ram lY.! pas Rev. f :Ben. .
I ilorrls.: [ : 100 at ThercsoajJ3imday Robert D. .Bupch. m. Wednesday.
died Saturday, Oct. 14. in a Mr. Owen was born In Johnstown Baptist Church. Honorary pallbearers tor.
Jacksonville hospital follow- were members of: Lodge 112, School 10 a. m. -. ...
Ow.rgla\ on Nov 29, 1898 Surviving are his wife : 11
ing a long Illness. ana was a member of the Evle Dobbs; six: sons Joe I Brotherhood of Locomotive JWornlng Worship.-11 a. m.

He was born In Aucilla] Pine Level Baptist Church. Dobbs of Fort :Pierce: Carl, Firemen & Engine Men and Training Union-7:00: p. m.

Fla. on May 14. 1B97, the Surviving la his wife; Susie Dobbs, Lake City: Rev. Alton;! Division 920, Brotherhood of p.m.Evening Worship 7:45: An investmentIn

son of the late Wilbur and Tyre Owen, of Starke, four Dobbs, Jacksonville; Clyde!I I Locomotive Engineers Wednesday Nlgnt r"ayer I Your Future

Dcbbs and Rev. LonnIe ,
-- Services 7:30: D. m. Rev.

GET CASH Warren Dobbs.' J.of.lnesville Dobbs[\ Palatka: and; Merle Packham paster. I .ATVO' CftU I fJj

one daughter, Mrs. Fred SELECTIVESERVICE .

,, Halslop, Starke; six brothers, NORTIISIDE BAPTIST I
IMME JATELY ltrtlrp.hwta.
MIR talk sY
?J, ; { Earl and Clarence; Dobbs, Located
Ralfo'rdf I on Uayieos rflch-!
; Cue Dobbs, Jack-
'sonville; Lester Dobbs, Questions Answer way "ISR'2231kt"Ratford[ :l Road? l ; r.. r.... *-oox; { ,
[SR 16]. Services: l HuiwUj: fctt#;:;:;:;:;:#;:#: W rrrrrrryv. : Y;:? vgnw; ; qrry; i
.. .Oalnesyille; Arlie Dobbs,
"" Lawtey; and Ode Dobbs, School 10 a. m. Sunda L '
I De'
$25 TO $600 ,' Ralford: one -sister, Mrs. Question: We have farm Morning: Worship 11 a. mTraining
Edna, Cason. Jacksonville; most of which Is planted in : Union 6:30: p. mEvening' I 1 I LAND

11' grandchildren, and 12 wheat. Should there' be a Service. 7:39.: MidWeek i

DO YOU great-grandchildren. shortage of wheat this year, Prayer Service, Wednesday \ :::
HAVE. r: .
.. Funeral would this be a, factor for 7:30.: -Rev, Glenn Law- p}ySVy r WttM'tov.wAy.w..vv.-tv::: ; MXWX: : *>X<.:-XX.X.XX.: :::::'::>.vX':.::.::.
s Too services were! held receiving an agricultural deferment hon, pastor.
many payments to make
? at 3 p. m. Thursday in Cal-

-Too many bills to pay? vary Baptist Church, Starke, Answer: Under the new BETHEL BAPTIST CDURcp:1: K
with Rev. R. 'H. Butler' Rev. law, surpluses and shortages -t- "% r
Alton Dobbs and Rev. Lon- Of agricultural commodities Sunday School I .tYy '"

DO YOU NEED Ale Dobbs officiating.[ Inter- may now be considered by 'a Morning Worship, 11 a. m r t Men have a thfrat/and a longing 'for goodness and Z 1t
ment was in Sap) Cemeterywith local board in reaching Evening,' Worship 7:30: p. m ,

EXTRA CASH Masonic rites at the their decisions agricul- Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m rrr "
NOW : + righteousness. Even the parched $ouI\ I G touched
graveside. by
.. DeWitt C. Jones tural determents. Rev. W I .. most tr, c gy
Funeral Home was in chargeof Newmans, pastor.
: LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR arrangements. Question: How do I apply acts of kindness, forgftenesf' \ and! I Iciye. Jesus said. ':Wh >a
I for deferment as a college FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ; .ear

v :MONEY PROBLEMS Mrs. Oweida Johns student? OF ,STARKE ever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never
Answer: You may obtain a I .t .
convenient form for this West Weldon St. and Hal- 411 '
4 We Are Trained To Help! Services Held purpose. Request for Undergraduate ford Road. thirst, but the] water that I hall give him shall. be In him 4, '

liaJ'"n s Chapel student Deferment Sunday Services: 10:00: a.m.
V [tSSS Form 104J from:> your Sunday' School; 11:00: a.m. a well of water springing' up Into everlasting life." f'May f'/ "'

Town Finance Co. Mr. Owelda Hall Johns, local draft board or from Morning Worship; 6:30: p.m. ,
of Starke, died
Thursday college registrar. However C. A. Services; 7:30: )
your p.m.
12 in a local hospital after Evangelistic all who are thirsty. for a oneness with man and with I
228 Services.
N. Tempi 2'// a letter to your local y
Phi 964-7449
extended illness.She .
Wednesday: 7:30
board requesting a student p.m. MidWeek ;
.-.. .,. .. . was born In deferment will be acceptable. Prayer Meeting. Goo find sari 1 faction, and fulfillment by attending church r !
I Heights on May 10 1915 Question: My father;; an Pastor: Rev. George Gree.i, gM- -tea

Army sergeant, is Being Jr. I f ,_ -I

transferred outside the' KIXCSLEY LAKE y Ii
'-- country. I will not be 18 until BAPTIST CHURCH I J i
after we have departed tahRry"" 4/5,,.
I i "What is it Sunday School 9:43: &. m. ,
the United States. What doI Morning m.1 ;
; Worship 11 a.
that husbands dishes do about registering for Training Union 6:15: p. m.
Selective Service
7:3&: ( p. m.

clothes and kids birthday Answer:or On within your 5 days 18th Midweek Wednesday: 7:30 Prayer: p. m.Service Come, ; frm-- -; .

I .-.. .: .t all have in common?" thereafter the nearest, present diplomatic yourselfto or let us worship together.

consular officer of tle) United FIRST METHODIST
States and he will register CHURCH STARKE I
you. 9:45: Sunday a. m.-; Morning Church School Wor-, f.::::::.:.r: :.:::nitiwLC: : :::::;:}: :;:;*';:::::.:;k.:;m: ;:<:}i ss;:;;:;%:;:.vivr: : ;}.\:rn:" :;:vtv;:::;:;:n:;.:.vr: };* :::-,:;;:@: :::::m ;:x:::::; : :;:; ; ;; :;:m;;:;;;:::;;:::: :;:;:;;;:;:::::;:;::

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.< Center on Oct. 24 at 7:30: p. Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. v a

m. Preparations have been Friday -JunIor Choir Re. .
made by the Entertainment hearsal, 3
p. m. This
Committee and Executive Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the
Board and expectations are MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL FoUow-

high that !this year Sunday School 9:45: Morn iec/fLk 1 lag Civic-Minded Business Firms 1

,', will equal or surpass past ing Worship. 11. Training
events. Prizes will be awarded Union. 8:15.: Evening Worship FAULKNER

.i for the most original, 7:30.: Wednesday SINCLAIR Edwards Grocery & STARKE BUILDERS
funniest, and prettiest cos- Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Choir SERVICE

tumes. Highlights of the Practice, 8:15.: SUPPLIES I i
Mkt. Inc.
evening will be the Grand -Bob L. Cooper pastor.AIRPARK U-HAUL RENTALS / ,
March and movies taken 'hi I
That'j rfght.They oat dirty.And when they do tfierw's Just no point In trylrtt President Oene Bishop. BAPTIST Truck- Trailer Groceries
to get them properly clean In hike-warm water (Or cold I) The auditing committee,) Sunday Complete Lubrication : Ga Aa{ and Sporting Good

Ever try luka-warm water It won't do the fob.And half-claar Is no fun H. C. Drlscol Marian Dds-i I-MorWni..Worship School,. -11 10 '-a. m., Minor Tune-ups Ph.: ,964.5312 Starke FJa.VIIEpi WITH
'. .,whether col and Mary Allen"exam am .. .. rs FIRST"
husband, -
dishes,clothes dogs or kids. fined Treasurer E. Bona Training Union, 7 p. T*. Eve- 709 S. Walnut Ph. -
961-5399 : 219 Washington St.
ning 0646270DOYLE
And Service 8 p. m.-Rev.
the problem-solver Is a "quick-recovery" wandt's books and reportedto I -
I the that
WATER HEATER.The membership they
key word Is
k Today's electric Water heater Is a technical achievement from the Industry elactrie. founji; all in good shape and : STREET CONNER { Lawson Meat Market

I that's determined correct. I BAPTIST:! Insurance AND
l. to make your life a lot more livable. CHt."RCII'Sund3Y Agency COLD STORAGE
l.istento these Correspondence from Oovi. School 9:45: 'a.m. OF STARKE, EVC.UJS. .
new FLAMELESS ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS: Kirk and Rep. Oene Shawwas I Morning Worship atf 11. Youth S-A-V-E w. Specialize( hi Cuitom Slaai1it

Whisper-quiet Silent Look for then" : tough!) to find because they tuck received and reported Choir Practice, "4:30"p.'m.: With Your Mutual Agent 301 NORTH Inf.. Cut tine A \Vrapplnr
Into' closets Under favorably on supporting tho Youth Choir Prepared For Deep n-
( sinks inside cabinets.In secret alcoves Supper 5:43.: : Ph.
...you name it Wony( about them: why bother They're Vvorr-fre retention of the $10,000 Training Union 6:15.: WMU 222 N. Temple Ph. 96 '1-7369 .. 964-7600 Starke. Fla.Bradford PHONE 064-7039

\ No flames No chimneys flue Homestead Exemption clause Prayer Circle 7:15.: "'"Evening:
< No mesa. No ventilation .
problem in the "
Pi. revised State Consti Worship, 7:30.: i
The result is. precious, peace. of mini tu. tton. Monday-YWA's meet with Starke66" Service 'County DeWITT C. JONES

j So when you're ,fn, the market for lots of hot water..,fast*.your electric" Come along to the )party, :Mrs..J.: Q. Gay 7:30: p.m BILL EDWARDS TELEGRAPH FUNERAL HOMES ,

...'. appliance dealer plumbing or electrical contractor Is ring a friend and we ail Wednesday Prayer and .
w Starke
ready to Ph.
Stop by will 'spend an enjoyable Praise Service, 7:30 Brake Service 964-6200
now and see what he has. Could lots \ : p.m. -Wheel Balance
save of
you problems,..
money too evening together.Joe Church Choir
Practice 8:30.
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l GA's meet at church, 3:30: p.m. 612 N. Temple-Ph. 964-7231: Fh. 473-3176
Visitation, 7 New & Used
) p.m.NOTICR

...it's cheaper, tool We are sincerely grateful to Hurst Shell
J ServiceCARL
friends and neighbors for Agency

ij'. L e e l s a ,-, I I a sea r 1a their many acts of sympathy To whom It may concern: 111 .. Walnut ELECTRIC
A a Ph. 964-8070;
I" "u ,,,. .",.. no.,.. during our sad bereavement. I will not b" r".pon"lbl" (or HURST
Our appreciation any dAbt" contracted GENERAL: INSURANCE I
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cannot be ADDING
I other than my..t.U..ol MACHINES :
adequately expressed. The M l K. Norman Nobody But Nobody.ITxIencfli. Hwy. JOt ,& 100
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: At Science Park Film of PalmsA ,', .,,*fl ., '- : Baits' Kicking Is Bright SpotIn

full-color motion picture, Keystone's Loss To CallahanThe _-
produced. by Moody Institute _
of Science in Los Angeles will \ _
I, be shown at Park-of-The- -
I Keystone Indian I point was added by a running :
Palms Saturday, Oct.: 21, at showed Improvement In their play 1 ______

7:30: p.m. team effort but were unable. Orayson received the kick on _

The. film shows that some orman' to halt CaUahan as the Wildcats the 30. ran it back to the 40, y- $
most ingenious Inven- '
rambled to a 34-13 victory and Murrhee carried to th"
I _
tions, like the snlperscope,
there Friday night.
F 49 as the quarter ended. On '
have their prototypes in na Keystone seemed destlnel! the opening play of the second k F
ture. Producers say the film for the break fumble .
as a on quarter Homer carried. 48
leeks to that? God has
the opening kickoff was covered yards to the one, where Murr :
claim since He
prior man
upon by Murrhee. giving the )hee
carried It over on a 1
gave man his very existence. Indians the ball on the yard plunge. Batta' kick was _4i t'c'
& 18 line. 4 _________
.. GARDEN CLtti PLANS 1 Ramblers yard A five wide, leaving Keystone trail- '
yard penalty helped close this ing by a single point. The .'. _
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distance: to the coal and then Ramblers lost no tlm In Increasing
Members of the Garden Club Mike Murrhee, No. 45, of Keystone Height la being tackled
Batts Named lady luck showed her fickle their lead. There- .
I i of the Lakes will have a field nature M Keystone fumbled ceived Batta kick on too five by Jim Stokes!, No. 40, of Keystone Heights.!
trip to Gold Head State Park
giving Callahan possession on ran It back to the 27, pickeded
at 11 Oct. 26. Lineman 30 line, A Indian
I a.m. Thursday, the ten. Neither team wa' up another penalty first yard tough first half with the Ramblers

......_, ., .. Mrs. Carol Beck, chief[ naturalIst able to first down defense forced them to give leading 21-6.
-- pick a down
-, ,-'-"""' "::''l.. ; up a 17 yard pass to the
with the Florida Board of Of The Week up possession on the 16. A
and exchanged punts a coupleof SO a 34 yard run by Brad- The second half started:
Parks, will be the speaker. loss of 5 yards In three plays
Ride 'cm. Cowboy! times with the Indiana' dock and a 16 yard run by with Homer receiving the
Members are asked to bring pointed up the ''Value cf Baits
Jeff Batta of Keystone second punt giving possession Smith into the end :aone. An- kickoff on the 15 and running -
sandwiches. kicking as he punted to the
to the Ramblers on the other it out to the '
Heights was named Lineman run added the extra 37. The
If you can believe your eyes fish grow big In the Keystone Airport BPeIIo Rambler 45. Callahan utilized -
of the Week by the Gainesville Indian 45. Callahan's offense point. next three plays gave a neb
Pictured antrlde this galloping black base Is E. O. Darrow 6 plays via the air and
of Baltimore, Md.,. gon.Inlaw started
Dally Sun for his performance clicking picking up a The Indiana received the gain of only 4 yards and
[ of Homer Satterfield, Airport mantrger. Mr. Darrow, an aerial photographer, stone Heights last Friday. Mrs. against Oallahan last Friday first down on three running kickoff but had) to punt ground route to again cross Batts kicked to the 25. Cal-

> caught "monster" on s recent vlnlt here. Just In case you doubt that the fish Tracy's many friends are gladto night, even though the Indians plays another on a 15 yard from the 39. Batts kick was the Keystone goal. This TD lahan had. some trouble

really was'this big Mr. barrow admits there might 'be a little bit of trick photograpliy see her home, once again, lost the game, 3413. penalty audi terminated withan to the 23. but a 47 yard run march was featured by an 8 fielding the punt but retained -
o yard pass a 24 yard run by
after her visits In Santa Fe
11 yard from Craveyto
| Involved In producing this ..hot.I Batts put one kick-off into pass possession on the 19. A
back had Callahan Braddock and the TD
again pass
N. M., and Pittsburgh. McMlchael for the night's 33 yard pass from to
I Cravey
the: end zone and two more
: from to Braddock.
.Mrs. Charles Qarber was a first touchdown. The extra threading on Keystone Cravey McMlchael
andi a 19 yard
within the ten yard line while
This concluded action in the
week's Issue. patient at the Medical Center being called on to punt nine I I run into end! zone, added ,3 .
last week where she receiveda
KEYSTONE HILCTES times 35 more points which was followed
LOCAL BOWLERS examination. averaging yards on -
I PARTICIPATE IV LEAGUEThe Lee diagnostic[ Sutton was at FSU last each try. 'He made 11 unassisted University, where she has decided to settle down here for Is enjoyed very mucK 'I by the first kick for

By Jim Pox Northeast Florida BowlIng weekend, where he visited tackles performing all maintained a high academic awhile. Mrs. Mary Green and Mrs. extra points that the Ramblers

Pleas* Phone In Your Items 473-4148 League, which started its Bruce Moon. of the Indians' kicking choresIn record. She has made the Mr and Mrs. W. J. Grolick Williamson and daughter visited have made in several

season off with games at.Or- the hard-fought game. What Qean's List many times.A and Mr. and Mrs. Al Bachmann Mrs. Jo Strandberg Satur- i. years.
mond Beach on September 10,I David Schaeffer was visiting Batts lost In distance, he made former Melrose resident, have returned from a trip to day evening. Baker received the kick on
with Loraine Dey, a student! the 20 and ran It out to the '
held the second round of up for In quantity. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kite Jr.
WOMAN'S: NEWS Miss/ Rothhammer graduated Lake Toxaway, N. C., to visit
Henry Carleton, State President at FSU, last weekend. 48. QB Baker utilized the
The Junior and Senior Wo- Mrs. J. tournament play on'October 8 Mike Murrhee, another Indian from Melrose High School as the R. L. Bridges. While there. !pent Sunday In Ocala celebrating
C Pratt Mrs.
; Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Haynes, running abilities of Homer,
at'? Jacksonville Beach. The stellar salutatorian of class. She visited Interest his birthday with his
I man's Clubs of Keystone Charles Hunt. Mrs. James Dixon of Orlando, visited their son-in- performer, received her they points of Murrhee and Turner to
. Heights sponsored the FFWC Mrs. Thomas League, which meets once a mention for contributing[ 13 has received scholarships from and enjoyed the beautiful fall parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Harrison, and law and daughter Mr. and move the ball to the 20. He
District 5 meeting In Keystone, Mrs. Winston Little. month, will be having tournaments week unassisted tackles on defense the Melrose Woman's Club andLittle colors. Kite Sr.
Mrs. Jack Methvin, last then concentrated
at Ormond Beach Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hall and on Gray-
and running for 59 yards from Rock University.She .
on Thursday Oct. 12. We were to hear
The program began with a Beach Banford Ocala, Chris of Savannah Ga. son who, aided by a B yal'dpenalty
fullback 'offense for ,
end.Mr. on Keystone -
Is the daughter of Mr. of the death of Mrs. Thornton
State officers of the Florida
coffee hour and used 3 carries anda
registration Schaeffer -
Jacksonville; Daytona Beach and Mrs. George last Friday. ] visiting Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. ,
and Mrs. Grant Rothhammer of Starke who Is the
Federation attending were Mrs. period at 9 a.m., at the Keystone Gainesville and Falatka., and daughter, Martha Jane, Johns Ellis this[ week. 4 yard!' plunge to give[ the
formerly of Melrose, and the I mother of one of our new
-.- Masonic Temple. The were Sunday dinner guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swearin Indians their final touch4'.
The local team, sponsored :by -
of Mrs. and and Mrs. Edwin
i sister Joyce Rowe residents, Mr.
down of the
called to order at and pvenlnz. Baits'kick
meeting Bill
former Keystoners,
DeWitt C. Jones of Keystone The subject of his talk was, Mrs. Wanda Chamblee of Mel- Johns. The Johns family were gen attended the Springfield
10 a.m. The devotional' was Heights and Starke, has the following Mary Slprelle, of Jacksonville. of course, blueberries. The rose.vyyvvvyyvyyyyyvvvvyyl. neighbors of ours at Sarat'ogaHeights Advent Christian Church for extra points was
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS given by Rev. Leon Mllner, of members: Gladys TIUls, 'MIke Slprelle, youngest son 'of Langnerkers and Freemanswere In Starke. Our deepest Homecoming last Sunday, and good.

the Community Church, followed Nicky Crowder, Joyce Barton, Mr. and Mrs.( Slprelle[ and his friends when 'both livedin sympathy is extended to the enjoyed visiting with old Batta' kick went Into the
by the pledge of allegiance In. from Atlantato end zone and the Ramblers
Joyce iMassenglll, and Neoma fiancee came East Lansing, and Mr. Free friends. 'Sunday afternoon, they
to? the flag, led by Mrs. Nelson. At the last tournament spend the day with the family man Is currently; program amily. visited Vera's nephew and moved the 80 yards aided bya

Steve Moore, President of the Joyce Barton, had high) : Another former Keystoner chairman for' the Mt. Dora INDIAN BEACHLake Mr. and Mrs. James Meeks wife, Bruce and Betty Mathls 15 yard. Keystone penalty,
'Junior Woman's Club of Key- Sue Spencer, who is the author family of Jacksonville, were two passes of 21 and 23
game, with 208, and-she also Mens Garden Club. The Long- Miss Linda Sue Young of
stone Heights. of '"African Creeks I Have ( S.... r. down at their place over the yards each, and Braddock's
had high series, 712. The, team neckers were also entertainedby ) Lake Butler was a Sunday
Mayor Raymond Starnes had 3,853 total pins, taking Been Up,' was also an afternoon Mrs. Longneckers cousins, Byi BOcJiMl H. CUttyPh. weekend.Mr. afternoon guest of the James 8 yard plunge over the goal
visitor. Mrs. Schaeffer .and Mrs. Middleton of line. An attempted! pass foe
greeted the officers, presidents, 4 Va points. Mr.'and Mrs. Van ACta. 47ft-m Chittys.
MELROSE and members representing 17 reports that Mrs. Spencer's Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 'Finn I III Cleveland, Ohio spent last Mr. and :Mrs. C L. Morrisof the extra point was brokenup
FIRST BAPTIST ..&& .....&&&&&&..
clubs of District 0. Mrs.- David I verbal anecdotes are ;Just as I and children spent Sunday F inWaycroaa week with Mr. and Mrs. Houston Texas, Mr. and by Homer.

Nelson President of the CI1URCH, NEWS' amusing as those which on. II Ga., visiting Har-' Greetings, friends! This Is T. Lott. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mrs. Pete Barton ,and Mrs.: Orayson and Batts led the

Senior Woman's Club' Intro- The ladies of the Woman's J reads, about, in her.book. "ivey I *. 'parentsMr.> .. and ':Mrs. your "you know 'who" with Harris of Cortele, '(]a. Tspent Louise Ward of Starke "spent defensive efforts with seven
BUSINESS duced state officers"and'othir MIasloflarythftOt0tthUday : \' Mr. and Mrs.-J.-J. Sullivan, Earl Finn. the "you know what." the weekend with them. the weekend in. Tampa with tackles each.

dignitaries. morning. Oct. ,16, at the Nelson's, Point,returned'recently Plans are underway the Jean and Tony Ball an
DIRECTORY The meeting adjourned at educational building cf the from a visit with friends Halloween Carnival which will Shawn, were dinner guests of fourth birthday Wednesday and Mrs. .Alene Moore. Keystone 067 0-13

, 12 noon, at which time a First? Baptist .Church The and relatives In New Jersey.Mr. be held November 4 from. 5:00: the Chlttys Sunday night. My ((18)). Happy Birthday, Bunnyl! News la running short again Callahan 7 14 7 634 "
Board met at a.m.
, luncheon was served In the Executive : : ,and Mrs. Philip Clark, p. m. until 9:00: p. m. Rev. mother and father, James and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James this week, so until next week,
BEAUTY SHOP Educational Building of the Following the board meeting, .of 'Keystone Club' Estates, entertained Win. Poppell .is In charge of Crickef, visited my grandparents were In Vero Beach over the I will say goodbye, and here's Yds. rush. 113 253
R. L En-
Community Church. Follow the president, :Mrs. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Charles the Carnival.Mr. Hubert and. Palma Chit- weekend visiting 'Dick Billiard, Leeon Passes 0-2 6-13

ing the luncheon, Mrs. Thomas nls, called the regular monthly I Clark, Mr. and Mrs. George and Mrs. C. A. Ford ty, in Starke. grandparents who had surgery while he was LEEON'S CORRNER"MY Yds. Passing 0 124

KEYSTONEBEAUTY Harrison gave an address business meeting' cession. to Kaufmann. and their daughter, have recently become grand had just returned front Cedar there on a visit. Mrs. James FUTURE" Penalties 35 28 _
and Introduced newly elected discuss the board's recom- Janet and :Mrs. Karolyn Jackson parents twice. Their daughterand Key, and had a load of oysters says that Dick is doing fine, After a year of rest Fumbles" lost 11. 1

SHOPEdith state and district chairman. mendations.Mrs. and her daughters, Deborah aonrln-law, Mr. and Mrs. and several varieties of fish. and they will be home Friday. I'm going back to school.

Mr., Henry Schuber, general Lawrence Carroll presented and Sandra, with a cook- John Bellerjeau, of King of > Last Thursday, we spent the Mrs. Ruby Dyal spent the One thing I'll try to learn,
Johnsoa" Owa. chairman of District 8, meet- the program, Modern out at their home Sunday Prussia Pa. recently adopted a day in Gainesville, and visited night with her daughter and Its how to write real kool. SCHEDULEOF

Personal Ing, wishes to express her sin Buddhism in the United Stat'ee,1 afternoon.. baby girl. ,The baby has been Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hudson, family, the Jack Millers. They I may not learn. It all SERVICES
, & Creative cere gratitude to all who with the assistance l of Mrs. A. We were sorry to learn named Carolyn Rene. Another and another aunt and uncle, took measurements to send to Exactly right off the bat.

" Hair styling helped make this a most happy E. Anthony, :Mr Gall Brewtonand that Mrs. George !Massa's daughter and.. son-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crenshaw Lou's sister, who Is in the But I'm going to do my best, PARK
individual Beauty Pare and memorable occasion. Mrs. Cathy Limchouse, father Edward H. Croft of and Mrs. GaryKaloa, presently and family.' Philippines. She plans to send And you can be sure of that.. -

Brery Form of Beauty Culture Junior[ and Senior Board PTA 'TO SPONSOR Berlin Ga. passed away last of Montreal, Canada, be- Well, the fishing is still 'picking clothes from there, for Christ I want to be an author, of-the

I Open Tuer-Sat. 8-C; Members of the Keystone HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL weekend. Our condolences are came parents to a ,baby boy up. K. P. Reddick, fishing ma. So I'm going to have to strive,

Closed :Monday Heights[ Woman' Club entertained Edwin Bennett. general extended to the family. Howard Kalos. Mrs. Kalos Is from Barnhlll'a Camp, caught Mr. and Mrs. David Rape And you can never fell. PALMS

I. the state president and chairman for the annual PTA Mrs. Isabelle Edwards of Cne former Virginia Ford. 13: bream and two 4-poum were In Monroe, N.C.vJ.IUnl'l Someday writing may keep me
I BOATS Halloween .CarniVal, has announced at the his mother, Mrs. a. v. rape; alive.I SUNDAYS
MOTORS officers of the FFWC at Jacksonville, is a guest Melrose will soon have a bass on flics.
home of Mrs. John Bird, tentative plans for this borne of her brother-in-law and dime store. Mr. and (Mrs. C. A. The Griffins of Griffin' her mother, Mrs. Tessle Bowles,I would like to make my : 11:00( A.M. 7:30T.M.THURSDAYS: ; .

BILL'S MARINESALES Wednesday, Oct. 11. th.1 event, which will be held on' sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ford are busy stocking ,their Lodge, had a real busy week- and the rest of their families. career,

SERVICE A 'buffetf dinner was Halloween night, Tuesday, Oc Wallace. Mrs. R. A. Welts, alsoa old grecery store ,In preparation end, with the specs biting ,on Mrs. H. B. WatkIns returned In some field of writing. 7:30 P.M.\ '

"The Fun Fleet's In" and.a novel. Idea: \\ntroduced 31. sister from Jacksonville for $the opening. So 'be' the brush piles. Elmer crosbY: home Saturday after a three- Cause! I find its opportunities, FUNDAMENTALBI
'The Carnival will bVheld at Edwards, and Mr. looking for and 57 week visit In Georgia, with And challenges so inviting.I .
Service & Parts for Curing dinner, made ,Jt a trujy' I ; joined Mrs. the grand opening. party caught and t
"get acquainted" gathering. I the keystone Heights City;[ and :Mrs. Wallace for a short Mr. and.Mr..,Carmen.Fisher Jimmy Chesnut and 'party; relatives. really like my column > TEACHING
AU Outboard SPECIAL REMINDER Park.immediately-*fter.a spectacular trip to Lake Worth last week. have returned to their home in caught 37. One of their fisher, Judy and Billy Weber were Even though it Is small. j
Chrysler Lone Star Boat parade, which will Include sis[ visiting theIr parents, Mr. and I 'Cause before learn to AH Services: Held In The
The Woman's Club will havea where they visited another Long Island, N. Y. after 'a men caught a 10-pound bas) you
Chrysler Motors luncheon meeting on Tuesday pre-schoolerl students, tars Mrs. W. J. Lang, and month's visit with Mr. Fisher's and wanted to have It mounted.He Mrs. James Robbins Sunday. I walk, New Bible Center

(Corner Rte. tl A 26 I Oct. 24, at.the educational school administrator' and local family. mother Mrs. L. W. Neefus. hung It over the side of Judy has just purchased: a new I [Continued on next pare]

Melrose 475-4851 building 'of the Community dignitaries. The parade will Mien Jane McMurtry and her Brig. General and Mrs.,Phil t'ne? boat on a new stringer, sIts Mustang, and was trying it

Church. Alt members are urgedto start at the Firs,Departmentat roommate, Dee Gunther of 'ip Kromer have returned! home scales and color would not out.Claude
4:30 p.m.-The- children will weekend after be messed If have't :Martin and! Art
attend. Mrs. E. Lamm's Pensacola were a trip,which ,took them up. you ,;
CLEANERS pupils will present a programof bo divided Into three divisions, guests of Jane' parents, Mr. to Columbus.* Ohio where, they guessed it by now, the bass Wheeler attended the Show

piano selections. with each division receiving and Mrs. Kyle (McMurt'ry of were both born> and grew up. broke, the stringer\ .and ,swam and Tell Training at Camp

Keystone DUPLICATE BRIDGE three prizes for the funniest, Little Lake Keystone. The girls After a visit with .friends away Echockatee Saturday. Boys I

Cleaners, Inc. Winners for.'Dupllcafe Bridgeon prettiest and most original are studying at Troy StateTeachers' there they went through the Col. and Mrs. Gordon Berlinare from Troop 109 will go to the

G. K. D vtsBvery .Thursday,. Oct. 5, were! Halloween costuine.'A panel of College in Troy, Ala. Smoky Mountains to Atlanta, now_ living at Griffin'. Ross Allen Camp at Silver

Dry Cleaning Service First place with !63 points,. six ,judges will .determine the Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson, Oa. where they'visited t their Lodge. He Is retired, and they Springs, Friday to Sunday.
.G winners for each! division. Texas are visiting son and This i Is an annual affair which: H
Laundry Finish or :Fluff Mr.i and Mr, Raymond of Houston family, Mr. and Mrs. ,
2 Day Service Starnes; second place with Individual booths, will bo Mrs. Peterson's aunt, Mrs. Henry. E. Kromer and children.

Pick Up and Delivery 33 Vi ,points, Thomas G. Bar- decorated by" students from Margaret Howe. Airs jjernioe Gene spent last
Keystome: Height 47B-M44 clay and Aubrey Bannister. grades 7 ;through 12, with On Sunday evening, Mrs., weekend In'MUanopy visiting\ 'Under Original Management 1'4

There was a tie for third place three prizes awarded for themqs Margaret Howe was the hostess Mrs. Rudolph Grlder. who,was ; !
CONCRETE with 53 points between Mrs C t.ingeniqus and decorat1v* for a birthday dinner party ilL

Joseph Dey and ,Mrs. .Arnold booths. Ds'ructe4.< Items are honoring her sister, Mrs. Bess The. Melrose football team

Hawthorne Concrete Larsen and Mr. and,Mrs.. 'Fremont & needed. for"the..COUMr7 store. Grocberg of Lakeview Drive won their third victory of the ManagementBEIDLER'S
& Inc. 'Tolles. : and broken or chipped dishes Guests included Mr. and Mrs season by defeating the Bell
Supply .
Winners, for Thursday'' eveilng. -<" are '-neededfor'.th. "Frustrfc- John Peterson, :Mrs. Jan Batts, Bulldogs at Bell Friday night. ''A

REDI ,. Oct. 12, were Mr., and eon Booth If. you have any Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles Garber, This victory put:' them, third .. _
MIX Mrs. Aubrey B nnlstar.. Items to don4ttj please contact and Mr. and Mr. John Walters In the Riverland Conference.

CONCRETE The Duplicate Bridge Club, :Mr..'Jim Zowark orvKd Ben- of Clearwater.MELROSE. This Friday night _they .will
Hwy. 20 W. Hawthorne n "' *, Christian I- .-- t' -'
play In
which Is sponsored by the Key- Jacksonville.
481-293.'!, 2031 gone Woman's Club' is held tt.Special features at this I rvv'vvyvyy. V VY yVY TV y. Former Melrose Girl Awarded 2! ; 4 _s ._
NURSERY every Thursday evening, at year's Carnival Will Include: a AsabtantoMp I =' = = =:= *
7:30 at the Masonic Temple. baby sitting .rvloe, bingo, Miss Carol Rothhammer recently RESTAURANTFOR -

O.C. Carries Nursery This Is open to the public. square! dancing performers anda : was awarded an assistantship :- Because Little Dolls
for local golf
WOMAN'S GOLFASSOCIATION putting green In English for the ac-:
niway 100, Vlorabome ers. There will be entertainment By Joyce Rowe ademlo year of 1948-69 lot

Nursery 2* UflM Stock SBJ-of Thousand Stark On Thursday Oct. 12, the for an ages! ....&&....&..&&..&&.& graduate work at the StateCollege Need Gentle Care .
ladles of the Keystone WGA The food will be prepared by of Arkansas In Cton-

of Plants from.A Nice Fnrtt Shade Tree TreM tovtioo.e completed their second roundof the ladies of the PTA, the Mr. and :Mrs. Virgie Rowe way. She. was notified by B. Delicious Wholesome F You lavish her with love as she does her dolls
the 3-week team-play tour- Lions Club and the Rotary and children, and Chester Wesley A. Lewis, Dean of Graduate ,
IDvergreens A: LandscapePlants. namnt at the Keystone Golf Club. A..1n years past, all spent Saturday. In Cedar Studies. This financial. assistance and you know there 1 Is something: more.

All In container Club. The following points items will 'be sold $t reasonable Keys visiting Mrs. Rowe's par- will enable her to work HOME COOKED FOOD You must plan for her future, the moneyshe'll "

Plant anytime. Camellia. *:. were ,posted for,,last.week's f prices. F ents. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Roth- for her :M.S.E. degree in Eng surely need. Start saving early in an

azaleas. f event: ,The "Titlelst"\% received Let's all support cur local hammer. Sunday the Rowes lish. interest-bearing1 Savings Account here .it.
Let us do Tear aU-21M tandscstplag- 8 'point, the Max VIW' received '. PTA, -and make this- the most had as their guests :Mr. and (MU Rothhammer M our'rently Eat At grows with her.

Phone' :3.S the "Acushnets" received successful Carnival Keystone :Mrs. Jack Gavin and children a. senior at Little Rock

USED CARS 3, and the "Green Rays" has witnessed! of Fairbanks.Mrs. BEIDLER'SHoliday COME IN GET ACQUAINTED
received none. HERE N' THERVMr. : Cecil Harris of Welake

Hanks Used Cars In the 9-hole torunament, the and .Mrs, Bin Ottlnger visited her parents, Mr. and MURRHEE
'iChippers"' received six points and son, Michael ,of. Gainesville Mrs. R. M. Cason, last week. Restaurant KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
BIG CASH DISCOUNT and the "Drivers' received ,' were weekend guests of Mr., and Mrs. E. D. Long- Insurance AgencyRichard

TERMS none.' Joan Wright 'won low :Mr. and (Mrs. Frank ottinger neck:er visited Mr. and :Mrs. V. Uvrrhee, Aft. F.DJ.C. Keystone. Heights, Flo.
BUY SELL TRADERt. putts? for the of Lakevlew Drlvs.Mrs. A. Freeman In Mt. Dora re General Ineurano 2 Blocks' North of Stop Lighton
1 Boa M I Final results of this.tournament Marge Tracy and her cently. While there Mr. Long- Pus Casualty, 'i.- ICartae Hwy. 21 Keystone Heights Your Friendly Bank In Tour Friendly.

Hwy. 100 I Miles 8. Starfce will be Included in next. brother Mr. Meck1ena'of .Pitts necker was the speaker at the Auto Bond COL. JOHN E. BEIDLER. Community

I burgh, Fa-, .returned. to-Key- Mt,"Dors Men' Garden' C'1j zqso.m ,...-!- ,

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SFCTIOV :3 PACE 2 .HKIOFOKU) COUNTY TF.I.F.fHt.U.II: l'I'fi\.tKF.. .nltIOA< THURSDAY. OCT. 19, 1987 4 4i

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] INDIAN BEACH vv.vvvvVeLAWTEY and Mrs. H. C Wa nwrl"ht Charles Shulord. Mr. and Dennis Starling Ralph Bryan

on Sunday. Other visitors Mrs Jimmie Hlgglnbotham Keyhole Bobby Carter,[ Lead Racq!! Van Prescott Murder Drama .1 I Adjustable Vinyl Mfu.t4Yble Vlnrt !
were Mrs. 'Wainwrighf' and daughter have returned Cindy Jordon ;Mark Hersey. Robert Jordon, Bill I Cover. Ail dire l 30 e it Boo&l. Cover, ,All .!... M ...., '

[From Preceding Page) brother-ln-la-tv and Bister Mr. tl'Dmruson.,,:: Ariz., .a.l1d, are Dennis ,Brown Angle Fox= Forsyth Gerald Joyner Set At florida J at, The T.len ph.l Ai Tb Telegraph." I
and Mrs. Al.Per er .and ion with .Mr. and MM. James Dora Trlest. ,II II l
Adro Brown.
Ralph Bryan
You have to learn to crawl
So from now on 111 do my !best By Enza Blanchard die) of Jacksonville, They Waters and :family for the 0 Thru 12 Keyhole Van PrescottRobert Sun. Alon.;; ; Tuc. I I !

I'll try to do 'better than most a44a.A.uauu.A.AuuCARNIVAL .,also ,participated In Home present Barrel Weave Randy Joidon, Bijl) :foraytb.. I Serving""Florid ;
other coming. Visiting Mr and Mrs. H. E. Joyner Ronnie Hall, Klmbo Ralph Bryan, Jerry< Wads-
guysAnd "
Borne day you might read PLANNEDThe Mr. and Mrs. Freak WeJJ.1of Reddish on Sunday were Forsyth Paul Brown, Jimmy worth Gerald Joyner. An unusual and UwovocaUK! J ;::SInee1050Mrs. / ,
Lawtey Junior IHen and M. and crime drama "1n The neat,
.Mrs. Reddish brother and Brown
the and Perry Bryan. J-uk Benny I ;
"MIKE paper CHITTY WINS PULITZER PTA met at the school cafe- Mrs. R. XK .Matnls: ,pf Jasper 4J0ier-to-Jaw. Mr. and .Mrs Flag Race Ronnie Hall, Barrel Weave' .r Junior of the Night," filmed (In I ag ,n...
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torlum Tuesday. Oct. 10, attended Homecoming and Ray Dorman and son 9f Steve Gay Nate Shannon, Tennessee and Illinois in the ;t
Hersey Mildred Easter, + "
M'M Mr r "' 1# .. ,
with a large attendance The visited Mra.\ :little Miner:( Jacksonville. Keith Jones, Paul Brows, fall plays at the Florida.,i t ; .
Joyce Warden Imogpne Bryan "'!
panel discussion was follow Mr. and Mrs.;.TUchard: Car- I ilUKTHPAV PARTYOn Randy Joyner. Gail Jordon, O L. Lester Theatre this Sunday', Mon-' I >
ed by a question and ans-vcr ter and children spent Sun Saturday afternoon Lead Race Randy Joy Fag R.alce08011 Jordan day and Tuesday, Oct. 2224.': I Cordially( {

) period. day at Cedes Key. Mrs B L. Wilklson Jr. gavea ner, Paul Brown Klmbo Miluied;; Easter Junior Her- Academy' Award winner Carolyn i I !
The Hollowen carnival. Including Mr. and .Mrs. W L. Durban Sidney' Portler and Rod stei- :> ;
for tier dtughter Forsyth. Nate Shannon, Eaves '
party :
sey Imogene\! Bryan, G. L I, Welcomesnd
fish dinner, will be i
and son were 'guests of Mrs Geneva In celebration; of Rodney Orlffls Jimmy Lester ger and actress Ie Grant Representative 'JJ .
St William's Sunday held Saturday evening Nov. Ed" 1 ''Durban at Homecoming her sixth birthday ,anniver Brown. Lead Race -Junior Her co-star in the murder mystery 'Ph.' 964-5812' :Yon't:- Your' '

Mass, 9 a.m. Wednesday, ,Mass 4.HOMECOMING Sunday sary. A three-tier butbday Keyhole Randy Joyner, sey, Mildred Easter, Imo- raked ''bY social and,' 122 N. Bay Si. 'Family tto tYour
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Euniceof psychological crossfire The
and Novena 7 p.m. cake was .presented! and Ge- Ronnie Hall Rodney Orif tin, gene Bryan G. L. Lester. 'I ,
at the Meth-
Homecoming Starke
Graham. visited Ills par- neva made quite ,a ceremonyof Nate Shannon. Paul Brown.Klm.bO United, Artists release casts .New1:1loine. :
Keyhole '- Junior Hersey, .
6. odist Church last Sundaywas ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Polter as a detective from' ,j: '."
Community Church Rev blowing out the caudles Fol'6yt.h.Boys G, L. Lester, Imogene Bryan, '
Leon P. Mllner minister. Mrs, Wakefield a great, of event.Gainesville Rev Trny, Eunice and grandmother:: The chief .entertainment; 1\as 13 Thru 19 Gall Jordon, Joyce Warden,, Philadelphia arrested in a' The, State of FloridaIt !
George Canova, organist Mrs Selma Eunice during the horseback: riding. They Barrel Weave. Tommy Mildred Easter southern town by a bigoted, ; =
'WUHam Warren Secretary, brought the message, and:! week. hardly wanted to top for refreshments Smith, Kelly Forsyth, Ernie police chief portrayed by Is Our Desire 'To Make You Feel:Welcome anTo '

:Sunday School 9:40: a. m the choir furnlshnd good, Mrs. O. JVnders.. Mrs! Cake Ice cream Trlest Ralph Hazen, Randy Rod Bteger. Acquaint *You With I Yours' City*1' dIf *
(Morning Worship 11 a. m, music with Mrs. Ma''el18 Billy Anders and B'lly'! Jr. and
'Nursery at 11 a. m. service at the piano. spent Tuesday' with 'Mr. and About .20 children and adult Flag Race- Kelly Forsyth, FFA NEWS\ starlet Quentin Dean who I
only There were!; about 75 visitors !- Mrs., .Johnny ,Jenkins and .gueets were :Mrs. ,WUklaon's Ernie, Trlest Leaton Morgan appears nude In her first J you are new in the area a phone

-PftJ..bytflrllll'll. from out of town including family ,In Jackso, v1U'!. parents. Mr and Mrs. Stanley .Tommy Smith Rand. scene in a movie ae she porgy vlliitl
Mrs. C. B. North of ;Mr and Mrs. Marvin Rosier BKADFOUD CHAPTER: call will bring you a prompt
Faith Presbyterian Church I French Mr. and Mrs Lester, trays a teen-ager who false* J
--Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., minister High Springs whjse husband and Mr. and Mrs. James I Bob French Mrs. Jean. Bennett Lead RaceErnie Trlest ly accuses one man'' of from your local hostess. Please give
deceased was
Mrs. W. A, Wallace orKanlat now 1'01,1 Rosier were In Ocala during I Miss Virginia Gaston! Tommy Smith. Ralph Hazen. cing! her while sedu-I '
; :Mrs. Carl Swisher ,pastor at this church 1 the week .visiting Mrs. James Mrs. ,Dorothy Cox. And Miss Randy Lester Kelly Forsyth, The Bradford FFA Chapter an abortion to her a call! She has maps and! ma;
summer organist. two years.A Hosier's brother A. n. Syjwa. Ginger Gray, ,all of Jacksonville Buddy' Dyal.Keyhole held its third meeting of pregnancy caused by an-
Sunday School 9:4& ..m. bountiful picnic t.nr.crwas !! who J.s,111 ,In the hospital. Mrs.. Fred Amons and Tommy Smith the school :year on October other. free and wonderful /gifts for you
Morning: Worship, 11 am served on the cl:'nrch! Mrs\ W ,P. Moore visited! Mrs. W. Willis and son of Ralph Hazen, Ernie Tries<. 17 for the purpose of Inlat- The film is suggested for from local businesses.

Sunday (Nursery open both lawn and everyone enjoyed her father, Rev. E. D. Boyer Manor Ga. and :Mr. and Leaton Morgan, Randy Lea Ing Green Hands, The new mature audiences: .
fcours.) visiting, renewing old acquaintances and .other relatives }Jn Tampa .Mrs B. L. WilkJaon Sr. ter. Kelly Forsyth. members are: Marvin Andrews .')

and remlnlsc .over the weekend. .Girls Thru 19 Cecil Gasklns, Sklp- u.. M rw ...ill a
-FplncopolSt Ing Mr. ,and Mis. John MorrisJr. Barrel Weave Angel pv: Crawford Olenn Bitch, -
(Asianm.ollNEED !
Anna'm Rev. W. W. CHURCH ACTIVITIES of pinesvlUe. Oa spent ROPING CLUB Wood. Sand! Morgan. Elizabeth Harold Strickland Jerry ..... -.. ... .....- .; --c.: ::
JVorstall :
vicar. Grace Methodist Bun- the weekend with her par- Easter, Debbie Bobo Redding Ronald Garver, t. .zo:.
Morning: Prayer and Sor- I day School 9:45: a. m Worship ents. Mr. and Mrs. il. E Debra Wood. Donna Bryan. Mike Patrick, George Crupe! OIL EMULSION
.mon. 2nd and 4th Sunday. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m,. Priest. Mr.( and Mrs ,John ,RESULTSFollowing Flag Race Debra Wood Ronnie Patrick, Wayne ( er-
.0-80: a.m. (nursery open.) I MY!;'. 6:30: p. m. Choir prac- Morris Sr. of Little Rock, Debbie Bobo, Sandi Morgan. mall, Donaldi Spencer, and

[Holy Eucharist and ....rmoiiist tice Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Ark. were p-rtday-and 'Saturday Lead Race Elizabeth! Richard Sapp. We think Shrubbery must :be sproyVd.noy
and 3rd Sunday.' 9:30: First Baptist SundayS : visitors. are results Of Easter :Betty Ann Grlffls, that these boys will support \
m. (nursery open). Church 1oQo1 10 a. m.. Worship 11 Jack Waln/wrlght/ of way- October 13 In order ,of finishing Sandl ,Morgan Glend.i their chapter very well.

,'School 9:30 a.m..HHoly Euchariat a. m. and 8 p. m, Training cross da. spent the weekend : Thornton. Debt Wood. The Bradford Chapter had for maximum protection
8 am. each Sunday, Union 7 p m. Midweek with Mr, and Mrs. T. L.Nainwrtght. 7 &: Under Keyhole: Debbie Bobo two boys to attend the FFA .
.Evening!: Prayer. 7:30: pm sir vices Wednesday 3pm, Bill walnwrUht Barrel Weave Dora Sandt Morgan. Betty Ann National Convention -Raymond
each Sunday. EYC 0:30:: pm Church Of God Sunday of .Atlanta was a Sunday visitor Trlest Bobby Carter Cindy Orlffls:, Angel Wood Debra Thomas and Cecil Its shrubbery spraying: time I condition move capableof 'surviving Chemical Co. .BBbatanttgte
For ,
each Sunday. School 10 a. m., Worship 11 and. attended Hrmiccom- Jordon. Dennis Brown, Mark Woods:!', Donna Bryan. Stalnaker. September has the cold winter months. the importance .of this spray.
Dally offices of Morning a. mand 7:30:; p. m., YPr: lng. In the ,afternoon: Mrs Hersey. Men 20 Thru 38 The Chapter will to, for the set aside as the month Home owners are fully ,Don't take chances with
rand Evening Prayer 8:00: a-m. Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer Mrs. C. B. North of HIgh Mag Race Bobby Carter Barrel Weave -Van Prescott Gainesville go i application for the oil aware of 'the vast expense of your shruDbery. Call &645713jtoday.
services Friday" 7:30,: nj.. on October 20 emulsion spray a necessary landscaping: a home, and of romorrowforeure'
'and 5:00: p.m. p. ) Springs and Rev and Mrs .Mark/ Hersey Dora Trlest, Doyle Hazen. Bill ForaythLeo for a Forestry safeguard ; To
Contest at against .
plant the
Highland Baptist 3nri- Oalnesvllle .\ Randy Brown Dennis pests increased value a home enjoys -
Wakefield of neglect 'our
Troy Star 'Thornton, Ralph Austin, Cary Memorial. and cold weather. shrubbery:at this
-Lut.h. __ day School: 945; a m Worship as a result of a well
called. Bryan. .Mark Adkins. This time could be
11 and 7:30 ling.Lead -James Allen, Reporter application should not planned AND WELL! PROTECTED "Veryleoetq.Don't ( .
a. m. : m
Lutheran Church of Keystone Tommy Wright of Tampawas Race Dota Trlest, Flag Race Doyle Hazen be' used durlngHcold'weather.: landscape. The 'number < be Aalf-aafe! 'Call
practice (9:30: m.
Heights; Vicar Richard.Meyer .p. a .weekend visitor of his, Bobby Carter Dennis Brown Robert Jordon Gerald A A spray now will, send
Prayer services Wednesday Joy- ClmulfliMl Ad In the TELEGRAPH plants of requests already on), Florida Pest Control"A Chemical
minister.! 7:30: p. m. grandparents Mr ands Mrs. Cindy Jordon Angle Fox, ner Jerry Wadsworth,, bring redultn.. ,Into, dormancy. in a ;healthy record at Florida. Pest'(Control .Co. .and .b*...ure!
Divine .
worship, Sunday 11 In the afternoon after . I

a. m. Holy Communion 2n Sunday of each month. Joe Dorko held open house '' ", I ,,' ,e( >.. ..

Services held each Sunday: for a ..familygatlvj.ng at -.j I

;lot St. Anne' lEnlacopa.Church their?home. Vlsltlnc vws en-
-. Ceystone "Jelghta,, joyed and. punch was served
;J. ,
'FV' through the :afternoon; y

Those, from: OJlt.of town 1' \
-ZtaptbtWortihlp tending were Mr. an.I. Mrs.,
,_ ervlnea : Sunday
Dan Harley and son Tarn; of
I, 11 a.. m.. 7:3Q: p. m. inurcen( ],
J' open Nugen: and daughter R'ltX' : .
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m and' Mrs Ruth Bartldow .oAUddleburg

'tnureeiry open]. Training Un \ : Mr and Mrs.. A '. ,
4 task. 6:30: p m. [nursery opevil)
ML, Harley. Mr.
of,Starke. and/ ,. ,
Rev. Lawrence Carroll .o. '
Mrs N. Blocker and eons and ," ;.
l paste! Mr. Blocker's mother cf Lake

.. J City H. C. Harley, Mr. and
Mrs .Bud Harley And son. p -
Sunday Services!! "l
: Sunday David. ,Mr. and Nrs.: 8. CHarley .
6ohool 9:43 a. m. Morning Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur "

Worship 11 a. m. Training Green and 'children, and ,
Union 0:30: p. m. Evening Mrs. Mae Wells. .
(Service 7:30.: Wednesday Dr. and. Mrs. Hugh Ha&ton ; 1i "

Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. mBev. of Jacksonville were visiting ,
'Leroy Olive Pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman -

and :family dining the ..

TIlE RIGHT POINT for thi and Mrs. Horace Cox
the way you write. Come In of Waldo Mr. and Mrs Jim I :
and select your favorite ES- Burton ''of Jacksonville, and -
TERBItOOK fountain pen. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dlnklna tan : im ,

TELEGRAPH. Jr.tine and.accompanied David of St.their';'Augus'par really gel .a tree "".:}: s into a lesl' !u&e? '

ents. Mr. ,and Mra. P. L. ;
Dlnklns to
i- Mrs Charles Nasworthy 'I .
\; vincetowa i
and of Whltehoitse i
son were '1'
M"MOtltnto met"MIICII.y...... visiting Miss 'L ,
.. w., ArthurtneBlanchartt
OMi.*"to*!NtlNM 'S :.And "
!: ..QUAI. ,IV MAni U1HX (\: and Mis Eliza what comes out Fs '
+) : .*IDI' MW QutfcM' even more ;r
amaz '
Blanchard 'at Homeco:u1r.g; : More .
Inr..Ask .
I of recently we developed ,
any Rayple a'planf"
I Sunday. John B Dye of Fort : our cmployees..onfi's ,

Better Homes Furniture Ca Lake Lauderdale was also and a guest Kingsley for ,' '1 ': 0# ably your next door neighbor prob; I j > food that helps farmers raise larger..healthler crops. i

1200 8. Edgewood Ave. .
tho 't
Jacluonvllle fl
Florida 32203' I
Mrs. Patricia Waters *nd i
I children of Jacksonville. were He'll.tell you Rayonler Js'a research t I r Next came Raymlx, a concrete additive!, that to l. .
.... visitors of her parents Mr. presses
blinded company determined j r the.strength of roads and bridges ,,
cqax the .
I e :;1 t
; ,,tnost out of its t .
'j ... trees.. \' 'T :

Along with RaymTx,'the conslruclfom 4 'J;''f ti!: i; .

'leading' role in developing the new field of for building a.ms.Junnelsbighwa'y.;' $and ",,1//

?ilvlcheml als..usefuJ! chemical skyscrapers, .,. '
yJ products : ;

BWiJe,from the leftovers: In pulp making ;' ',;," ,

Ii .. ,Nexttimeyourfavoritef8creatlflnllK87 i '

JWe star ed with an oil! well drilling/ ] r you' to one of our local l tree farms remember!I ..' !f::'

.tana additive made 'from tree bark. these trees also play an important part-fns :r.r .

.. ;--_ ..:.. H_ .. 4 ........tJ.. f .the' .foods you eat, the roads you travilandj jJ I

.1 liii 4h 0 p rfd.,, Teiy9uCroSSe ._ 'I.' r :.. ,

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Our man with the Armed Forces ( pl; a1,3 4 ti ''a, '" .

14 Because beer Is such a favorite with service men we .. -,.....t., .1..r. o 'c... k
brewers like to do all we can to keep its surroundi nga r 4r
I + right. .so USBA :jreprenentativen -nerve .aa adviser" r : f oq4 P1a e .

.members: of the Armed Forces Disciplinary Control "to :' 3 1'.: .; 4, I 4 '
Boards throughout the country.
: These men from the USBA operate hand inland "
with service and civilian polite, with,malt beverage) 11'r'\ RONlE", .
licensees public boards and committees: military ) .... : : ) .... ; :I ...'R. '
Htiional. Object to those who .. .
civil"proI : protect are 1 m. ..
underage; and to insure strict observance of the iaw.lye're .- Rayonler (noorporaiecfX 1 -o ..M .sr.artJ +
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of _Southeast. op.ratlon.4( .r
proud the work they do. m !
UNITED @ ,Jesup and Glanville Oar\ (. ,.d. '
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.. y vvyyyrtv'tevm 100 and .skidded several, 143 feet before finally leaving rested them for public intoxication .
and Saturday. ;
f .. I will be Drunken Driving hundred feet. the pavement and skidding and resisting ar-
t I .DeWitt C. Jonw.":Funeral Home ,Colored Citizens held\ ,at -the,Reno Recreation HAMPTON Neither Couch nor a passenger 375 feet more before rest.
I Saturdaynight Charge PlacedA David Nalsmith 22, of coming to -rest 60( feet off
>Cent every '
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: Park injured. 'the roadway.
I from: 8 to 11 PI m
PHONE.t.6200 I .All boy Interested in By Jo Ann Hicks driving under the influence Couch was traveling easton & Florida Tlisnway;\ Patrolman THE RIGHT POINT for the

beverage SR-100 at a high rate ot J K. Wade who investigated -
basketball of an intoxicating -
KEYSTONE HEIGHT 'playing City League uaa.A.Aaaa.uuuauaaHalloween way you Come
PHONE 473-3176' when his. 1966 Buick the accident statedin
>1\m: are asked to watch the was placed against speed and select favorite ES-
Rental I ,paper for ,the ,announcementof Carnival Lloyd Darwin Couch, 24, sedan ran off and along the his report that Couch and \ your
Services, the swUng date for The Hampton PTA will Friday" Oct. 13 after. his car I pavement for 300 f jt, slid ''I Naismith caught a ride to TERBROOK fountain pep.
t the Halloween Carnival the load for Starke where ar
IIOSriTAL BEDS practice. sponsor went out of control on SR- sideways across city police
WHEEL! CHAIRS a Johnny Jackson will ap- pn Saturday Oct. 21,
from 4 till 8 p. m. at the I
CRUTCHESINSTANT prectate the cooperation of
school. There will be a costume -
all Interested boys. It is you
Ii judging at. a p. m. with
i who can a success.help make this activity -' prizes-being awarded for the OPEN EVERY FRIDAY TILL: 9

following costumes; Most original '
SHOWER r--------
scariest, prettiest
baby shower was lIven I :
ugliest, tackiest. Bingo will ya "Take: it
for Mrs. Willie Mae Ran-
HOUSINGNEW ." I be played throughout the
'Mrs. Annie Press
'dolph. -by from
,'', 'r I evening. | me... J
of Jacksonville at the
I ley
i 'Everyone la Invited to at- I II
WIDES i home,of Mr and Mrs. Brown I

fROM $3,299 UP I,........, ..... ,?''> I I Hudson obey 16. of Lawtey, on. Get: i,tend.Intermediate Intermediate GA's OA's of the ,I WEST\ has I!f- -

The shower was a
Reconditioned 8 &10 ,Wides \...i,,' '' .. .- colorful,, event. The ,refresh Baptist Church elected officers I El:

1 2 and mtnt,able covered witha this month to serve for I '
3 Bedroom was
i October through May as follows I theREST .
.. Airman Jerome Jackson. beautifulwhite( linen cloth Elaine YoungUlood. ,-
AGES ,- ALL PRICES of Starke, baa completed I The oenteWleee consisted president: Gloria Rhoden J ....
arrangement of .pink:. ,
at -
basic training ,
,Bob Dodson SEE Bruce Martin Air Force Base. Texas. ,He is I.n 'and yellow roses. vice president i ; Sandee
'Youn 01ood, tre- i
:The; gifts i were opened by eecretary f oTLESS"I I .1
'.' ... nowassigned( as a ecurltypoltcwum asurer." j
:nith a unit of ,the -the tnoUier-io-toe.' and were L
FOR BEST-PEAL ON Committee chairmen are WEST I .
TILE A NEW OR Strategic Air Command: >..tVand !-&na1ltf4dl very )lartistical l.Y'
Joanne) Salter program;
!(>RECONDITIONED' "%..;. : .nberg APB, ..Calif.Pvt. I upon'a this 'purpose., stand designed 'for Joan Hinson,mission action; -

I Susan ,Dyal social and \ -;

Mobile! ( fame:( \ Mrs.; .:-Mable Clinton rryson.Kelly of, son Route of> I kets"Thei igowns.I gifts ''kimonos Included .sweatw 'Man- steps.Elaine>:Mrs..Kennan.Don Hill is forward coun- cash & carryBUILDING i rt r I

a. Starke recently completed 0'' sets booties, ,undershirts. selor.
i ir 't
I nine weeks 'of advanced Infantry I etc. "There' were ;also. .cuh \
LOW DOWN PAYMENT Young Woman' Auxiliary I I
training.I ''at Fort Mo- i gifts '>'aiven 'by some= ''ofth I I .
Four members. of the I
MONTHLY\ IENT8:LESS THAN RENT :fj Clellan.Ala.'Tne course, o guests.> Young Woman's Auxiliary ._.._. .
j .._. --
which slinulatecr Vietnam\IThe guests Included members .
I Iin
met Saturday afternoon with [MATERIALS,
) conditions. Includes training In
FREE DELIVERY and SET UP !: of the 'Church God their ''counselor at which ,
in such subjects us land I Christ' 'Ju 'Lawtey of "'Which
time had a method study
'navigation communications. I Mrs. Randolph Is a member. :followed by covered. dish >t the building. material -
patrolling guerilla .and survival I' : -
MUSTANG < Elder tJL .L. Pressley. the supper. t

.!, techniques with infantry, plus. quallfteatkm wea-- pastor,''and mother of Mrs.nInie.L..Thomas Jackson- ''Those attending and installed b..iincss' since 1392!: : .A' '/* ''

I ,
officers chairman '
as and W
pons. I vllle, were .among. the out of 4 '
of yfiv
RECREATION committees for the ,
HOMES I town guests- Y ,
Activities. are now being, new :year were: Carolyn t a
The honoree expressed her 3
Kennan, president and mu-
held at Thurstone Elementary -
INC. 'SchOOl 'In" ''LIncoln "City.aoutit ppreoiaMon ''to Mine group sfc chairman: Lynda Stone,

'OtartM-- -.Wednesday The: shower was .well -attended vice president and mission
( UJ5.'Tlwy. 41"North' ? 'Phone"15'2- and Friday from 4:30: and enjoyed. action chairman; Debbi ?

Lake City, Florida to 6:30.: All teenagers are. Invited CHURCH NEWS Hicks secretary and prayer .
to attend. Antioch Baptist ''Churcl. chairman; 'and ,Debbl Hill i .

Headquarters For Instant Housing The Reno Recreation basketball Rev. L. W. Thomas pastor: program and, mission studY'' 1 s\

team Is ..practicing Sunday Schdbl TO"a.m.. chairman. .10. Anne Hicks :

every Tuesday Thursday Morning service at 11. Choir was the installing officer.
,'Union, 3 p. m. Evening service SYMPATHY'The PAINT ,
1 at 6:30.: The public Is t
Community wishes to T i
invited. to attend all service ft .
express their deepest sympathy i ,

JACKSONVILLE Mt. ZIon AME Church to'the families of 3dr'... ** Sti

I BUSINESS. DIRECTORYBARNETT'S Rev. McKnlght pastor. wW Lucinda Perry, and Mr. J. .B.Prevail. : OWE CO INTERIOR
,observe Women's Day. Sun. .. 'r .EXTERIOr ]
day. Sunday School at 10 a PERSONALS -

m. All members are asked to I Mr.. and Mrs. Rueben Holt I '

APPLIANCES I MOBILE. ,HOMES. -- USED. I IIOTOG t'IIER': please cooperate to make announce the birth ,of a son ''I r, ousW'Mts oe0 LATEX I HOUSE ,PAINT

I ... :this a successful: activity. Gerald Edward, on Oct. 10 ,
Appliance Color '
Free Will Baptist Church la the. Medical Center In
0 Magnavox J. & J. Swap Shop Rev. Lewis McKay Pastor: I QalneavilleThe ;maternal I A 1 GUARANTEED TO

0 0 Zenith Motorola ... ,.. : r 0 Commercial l and Portrait Monday night Choir No. .j 3 grandparents. are Mr and -- RESIST'MILDEW ..r..LI1tT. ."
General Electric
USED TRAILERS Photography; Board Na. 2 will Mrs. Willlardl Thomas. i iI r---
and Ushers F :FULLe
.. ..
"You Get A Good Deal At- -- 395. to
0 Frames 4* diatom Framing rehearse at 7:30.: Tuesday I Mr. and Mrs. Tom' :Pala-I FREE
Campers from 8' 20' i GALLON
night Choir No. 1 and 2 will dlno announce the birth of a I W
19158/ Blandlng Blvd.
rehearse at S m. Wednes daughter' Carol Marie, on
Mobile Homes 32' 55 p. 1 9x12
F.: O. MILLER Jacksonville 384-1464 day""nlght Prayer'- Meetlni r Oct: IT 1n"the'Medb : .

.lQ'r Trade > Bank Financing C Thursday night Ladles Circle ter in Gainesville. ,The maternal 1j j Drop ClotK I wt;ODEN LADDER $47:; Y"

--1--- Ilgwy.' 21, Orange Park meeting. Friday night Prayer grandparents are Mr. with every STEP ,
Jacksonville. PIANOS Band meeting.! Dinner and. Mrs. A. H..Perry and I Purchase Of I COMPLETE; .eL ..CTIOOF. :LADDKHS AVAILABLE;
Tel. 264-8324 will be sold 1 from the church the paternal grandmother 18 -
,'Auto Sales & Service kitchen. Mrs. Laura Greenlee.. LI-2---_---or- --.., .a I 'Pan. Roller Frame, 79c
LANDROVER For Miuloal Advice Greater Allen Chapel AME: Ronnie Knight spent the /

MOTORCYCLESHONDA 'C. CARTER. NICE Church' Rev. L. A. Sampson ,with weekend In Highland City I A KMT: If tS AM.TOl'n :
:Mr. and
t ''pastor. Sunday Schol. 10 a. Mrs. Leaston P.\IVTI>G NEEDS: %

The World' Finest In m. Morning service at 11 Forsyth! and daughter /)
'Mr. and Mrs. W. s. ,Horn V
Wheel Drive 6
4 i Evening service p. m. I
of,'St. George. S. C,. spent
Sold and Serviced' by Sunday will be observed a. ,
- - -. -
several '
Roberts' Chevrolet 'I'ru8tM'Day.. All members'' days this week with -
BOSS MOTORCYCLES;: :Mr., ,'and Mrs. J. W. Horne ; -- i
Green Cove Springs. Established. 1948Chickering are asked to attend these
Mr., and Mrs. D. E. Hall
Jacksonville -ft 264-9600 I* ALL MODELS Other Name' Brand A services. spent Tuesday night ,and ;GIVE DID MAN WTOTtK ATOUGH li lNSUtAT"N.DdISJir carA5c4

Wednesday in Marianna visiting .

JEER Merchant Green Stamp PIANOS ti, CONN ORGANfl' I their daughter, Wendy ,, PAY.S "
I 2651 Park JackaonvWs388.8819 THE'RIGHT POINT for the Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Priest "( .., ( :

Vehicle '. of Ft. :Pierce and Mrs., Wade 'IllJ I {lIl9U'l1"L lll!; 'IY-r 'i
7 way? :you write. Come In .. .
Jeep Wagoner Station Open 8 A.M. P.M.itt J I ;
1.Tuea. .. and elect your favorite E8 Prlester of Falatka spent 'oV.

Wagon. ., Wed., Thur. .. FrL ,, TERBROOK fountain pee I I'TI Wednesday with :Mr. and Mrs. .
e Jeep Univereal.A I PICTUREFRAMES; I "
: ..EOB.APU.STARKE. J. O. AdklrM
--- I
Jeep Gladiator Truck Sait8 A.M. b P oM. ;
Open Mrs. Alma Taylor sister of :
S Authorised: Service Mrs. J. E. Adklns.. of Jackson : '

.. Approved Parts Closed Sunday &: Monday, f vile .Mrs. 'Grace Beal of the
We preserve
can diploma -
I your
2 Wlueol .
vi 4 Wheel Drive \ .
I Bahamas Mr. and Mrs.. Clar-
Drive *, documents, etc. 'permanently I FIBERGLAS31HCH
MOTORS CYCLES by. lamlnaflng" them on ence of.Bowline Green and

EDDIE BLAND J \ P'.t a,wooden plaque., Unbreakable' BUSINESS Mr. and! Mrs. Rudolph Hutchinson -

MOTORS, Inc. 4949 Blandlng' ,'Blvd. waahable. Moderately priced and family of Starka:
JacksonvIHe' were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
655 W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE -... SPILLERS' 1 DIRECTORY '''E. Adklns over the weekend. 1
804-7751 I I Rev. and Mrs. Jack: Andrews rr..r---rprr.' w... r..rr-r '..r r r -.- r..4. w

Parrish MotorsSALES GALLERY!+ ..".. s:' 'r I II .and children from. Welaka' ____________-. I BERKELEY 'PUMPS 'DESIGNED :FORI
MUSIC was cite: guest speaker..Sun-
1015 Park !St! _In Five Point I Rvpl.e.Th.s.Dirty, i,
I IEarl's
I ;day at ,the ,Hampton;; Baptist I tlotfged Filler ij ,
: JaK S5S-8S51 I Churclu l'rtr..an4} .Mr*....K..B., I .DEEP WELL i il
'SERVICE Watterson had the Andrews I II .j 1 j ji 0
"1 PARTS Co. I I TheM model "D" pumps develop D13:! II.P. Basic Unit $57. 3
Paulus Music Garage 1 I family as dinner, guests ''that I 'FILTERS of for modern'
SEWING CENTER i ,pl nty pressure
afternoon.; I I I ,
ALL KINDS OF washing appliances/ lawn prlaklrm. -
32 Years A* A Dealer e Band &: String Instrument AUTO REPAIR WORK Mr, and .Mrs. Calvin R1ChI I j .. 47 C I etc. Cholr of 1/5. %. H D-5, 1/2' ILR Basic Unit $67.79!),
Always Good Used Car all Work OtnmuitaedItione ard and daughter ,of Ocala I .!Ir'Osly -. I nr'1'h.p. at economical price for
Ml Laura St. Jacksonville: e Gibson Guitars & Amplifier H. & N. 964-7005 I .spent c Sunday with .Mr.and. ; ___________.J flm". t qualltr l>lgnMl. to operate
Phone 356-M.14: Instruction .,"'Vn.'Walnut. Htnrkn ,Mm. J. O. Adklns.: i reliably with welbt'ZO' to 120 D-1, 3/4..II.P. Basic I Unit $71.49 ,
School Supplies{: SEWING, CENTER Oliver Tlson of 'Macclennyand I fret dorp. Delivers up to 15OOgtvllona

BEAUTY ACADEMY e Robert. Recorder .> .. AUTO Walter Tlson of Jacksonville J per ,hour at 20 ,pou"'D.IO" ) 1 ,H.P. Basic ''Unit $8".49 'j

1967, ..Sinper.Auto ... SERVICE were visiting Mr. and t 43 pressure.

American 0 Music Library-Expert ", yfrs..Joe t Forsyth.: lost Sunday. SHALLOW WELLThis

HairstylingI I Repair..Department", -. :*. ;kigZag, "-Gilbert S. Brown Rev. WUbur ''Hall, of Wau- LOCATIONS dependable model "S" ,S-3,1/3 .Jl-P.( Basic Unit 59.46| '

chula.' was, the j supper guest IN'13 STATES!! shallow well pump In' available In 'I

Academy .41-W,Monroe $t. 1 lake New "Standard' 011 Service Station of.Mr. and *Mr*. K. B. Watteraorvlaat WEST IMCIIKM 'IIM UJ! four slz s 'for ample water In S.5, ,,1/2 H.P. Basie ''Unit. 69.47
21 w. :MONROEJACKSONVILLE ATLAS ., ,'.Tuesday. and around the home..il/3 V4. Hand

835-9591 Jacksonville S55-S147 ;Console Model makes fancy de. TIRES 8& BATTERIES_ Mrs .Robert.Cox of .Oran continuous doty. Delivers to
Budget Terms Road 15e..1eeZboae up
signs, .Utch .. Parkspent Thursday visiting bion.-Frl" 7:3: .5:30 ,
"NU 'Beach/Blvd. st monogram ,964-7071 1700 gallon. per hour even .ati! I.f ? \
relative and .friends.Recent Basic .
1 Unit 9142. /
Sat., 7:30-4:00: S-10
River deHairstyling 'Jmcksonvllle 898-3091 vercast;*, sews on button, 407 N. Temple Start& ( visitor. .at the home 3330 N. WALDO RD. dischargeprepare. of SO pounds. |

nake button holes. &: blind of-Mr and.,, Mr*. Pete HarreU GAINESVILLE "VERTICAL 7HT .

.tltchea N, attachments were Mr, and UM. Raymond PHONE 376-280 The 100 eerie* Dingle stage Jet 105 Basic ,Unit, 1/2 H.P. $11.65'. '

Academy Mmontrators. $64 or $3 per WURS.TVSSHELL: : Jordan and Mr. and Mrs.. Ocala 1224 8. Oranga Ave. pump In. designed. to- pump water '

X659 PARK '8T. OPTICIAN *10. Can Jax 7T1-1880 .- : Lewis Marton of 'State 'Farm 829-7987 day after day year In and year' 110 Basic.. Unit. 1 HT. 103.25'
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JACKSONVILLE 388.8531Accredited : Glenn Hrrell' of FSU. :TaBaiasse out. Thin dependable pump re-
II. & 'N. Sowing Ctr. Service Station ; Orlando, ISO W. Michigan' .. ..
: : .Mr and, Mrs. Frank" rulre.,,almost no attention afterIt
Qualified Instructor 7. 4 Gas Oil. '- Lubrication Cahoon and : daughter. of.. Tampa 5306 N. 56th St_ M Inntalled.. Yet the 10O-wrle-
Modern Styling outperform many more epen ,
Goodyear Tires &: Batteries) Fairbanks Mrs, Adolpil 'available
ClaaeeaWbere &net'l f 6297181Jacksonville Hive pumJndudtng, two and Raindrop (Centrifugal )
Monthly WESTERN STORE ROAD SERVICE! Day of Starke. 1143 Harlne three stage model la Florida. .
tomorrow'* stylist
I< set and 100 I. '
.. -. are trained" I' ; 1 1I 8&3SS.0611" TANKS '
A Clwwtfleara m. TELtVORACH

ELECTRIC MOTORS' ,, ; .[,SS.2''.Ir1L: .QPTICAI.v S LITTLE DUDE METAL! ,WORKTHQiyiPSON I :.fcrtog*, ......... "i il .Jacksonville Ave.150 388-0573 S. Edje- ,12 Gallon Horizontal I t Tank ---------------------- $23.911wood

l; : 30 Gallon Horizontal Tank __ $32.29
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Peavy Brothers .Prescription. ..Filled" Western" Store i : NQTJCB( .' la ,HBRBBT GIVEN: i 'Penaacola 100 Ease Blounft438v575 42 Gallon Horizontal Tank _________________________ $10.93l
Electric Co.ELECrRIC Broken Lenses Duplicated- 'Where* r Youll* "* Findp* Everything Sheet Metal Works that& nar th .una.Dtgn.d In bu.ln...detlrlnfo uncfath ,f < '42 'Gallon Round Tank Gal.,.. ____-_____.....__--__ $21.00 ,

: fictitious nam of ''JACK MMUIUf U1 MM ITMII 42 'Gallon Tank Galr. ,_______.._____ $22.39
: Squat
] HarORSSOld8ervtcedRepalrecS 1 .J ...;1 .. For, the 'Hors* .. COO FARM" >| Clraham, Floe a.trefrla.r j
Artificial Eye Enthuatact" -AIL Types Metal Wort. !;r da rld"i(\ i'O.Box tn 721.:, r.glstrrIlb. Btark.' I -"

Generator*--Starter Wtern Clothing Leather. Heat & Air Cond. Hold. nvntftiwltr th. Circuit 1 1 / / 1
I Alteration Eyeweor' Specialists good.' Sofldle! and Trailers '0' the Circuit'Courl Bradford,. SAVE 20-50 I I

I Armature Rewinding 213 Laura /Ht.! Jac 336-5393 Charles A Sharon Petty Systems Installed i''Q UDtJ'. e'lorkis.LACK' 'HINRH'" / WEST WAREHOUSE, I STORES I
, ...
-4044 L.nos.Ave.Jttclsonvtlte -M3: .JocIcewood: Avc.
,S87-2333 .1034 Park St,.J- 494-WUI .J.el..oa'v1Llefi84! lale J> Hd.- ,18--'Ph.-'OI5123-. --- -- =- OLI.lm- "MAPI-'tvtalift' iii.Nta: t ;," .,. __ .. -.. _-_.




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their distance from other this la taken into consider I Oct. 19, from 3:30: to 4;13
...y.y............... I vlile. Training Center at Keesler the Brooker Civic Center.I night, Oct. 28. water ski- ation. m.
boatmen However
Pvt. Moore entered the AFB. Mississippi for special Rev. V. N. Williamson W. Clark will
Army In April 1967 and waa ized1 schooling as a commun- resigned as the pastor and Our sympathy to Mrs N i era do require a considerable Mrs.
NEWS ABOUT O. in the amount of landing space. Story Hour be the Storyteller.
last stationed at Fort Knox ications-electronics special will be moving to Jacksonville Hayes and family Children 9
Other boatmen can show All ages
1st. He Is a 1I1a7 graduate of this week. The basket! death of her brother-In tan
Ky. Thurs. Oct. 19 invited to
their consideration by staying through 9 are
Bradford High School dinner was In honor of the Warren Story last Wednesday
-- -
SERVICE LIENL.ALAALAAAA.A.AAAAAA1] I Aviation Structural Me- Williamson' family and they Mr. anji Mrs SUn.v i landing away from areas the used starting by 'the ski ana. At Library"A come.

chanic ant Claw, Timothy D ----- -- .. were .given a gift to show were spending a few days
Knight USN. son of Mr. and ;; ; I appreciation for their labor with MI'.and Mrs. Hayes Stand I ers. Since the general direction Haunting We Will 0.>"
i the skier will is controlled RIGHT POINT for the
Mrs. John P. Knight of Keystone I here at the Chureh. The affair he died at their nome I go will be the theme for Story TilE
Heights Is a memberof j was well attended with Sympathy is also extendedto to a large extent by Hour to be held at the the way you write. ComeIn
the boat driver, it is Important favorite ES-
'' and
Attack Squadron-45 which about 80 people present. We the family of Lee Crosby. StarkeBradford County .
Lens that the driver use as
won a citation for meritorIous hope the Williamsons will be who was burled at Dedan G eat red Public Library. Thursday TERBROOK ruuntaln pen.
: much caution as possible I
achievement In aviation: happy in their new home, Cemetery Monday. He was a'' skin
The : ----- -- -- ---
Skin diving -
Cecil Field. The their former resident of Brooker. .
safety at and have enjoyed stay asks
diver like the fisherman
Squadron files In the TA-41,1' { in our community. We feel Those who remember Mrs I I only to be left alone. Meat GLASS That's Our BusinessCALL

Skyhawk jet aircraft and I I that we have been blessed to Mamie Plnliolster demons skin divers use a float'ng' flat
t has accumulated 43,000 will regret to learn of her ,
have them in our communityfor _. to let other boatmen know ,
hours of accident-free flying. the past year. death. She was burled at they are in the area. If you or

I BIRTHDAY PARTY New River Cemetery last By Lynn HamiltonCOOPERATION see a skin diver's flag It FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Pfc Calvin Varnes, 20. son Sammy Halmark celebrated week.: Mrs. Clemons was a NEEDED white diagonal
I I I is red with a
of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F ,A his birthday last Friday cousin or the late TrubyPlnholster :; ON WATERWAYSAs stripe stay at least 100 We Design Modern Store Fronts.
Varnes of Route 2, Starke with featuringa and visited' with I
night a become
various water sports yards away.
Just Mail Us
A Pattern For
has been' assigned to the ,
the fre-
weiner Pinholster family ,
r hay,jIde and more popular each year SwiznmersCommon sen e
864Ui Engineer Battalion In After the hay ride the 15 quently.We more and more pressure is put dictates that boatmen keepa Table TopsSHEA'S
Vietnam. He entered the back to are sorry to learn that
young people came on existing facilities. ThI.4means good distance away from
Army In September 1966 and Sammy's house and enjoyed Blake Hamilton was admit- that all users of the swimming areas. Swimmerson GLASS CO.-
was last stationed; at Fort -' hot dogs ted to the Alachua General should -
4 dancing and eating waterways must learn to cooperate the other hand
I Ord. Calif. He is now assign cake and Coke. 1 Hospital Tuesday for major with each other. If stay within approved areas,' r
ed a carpenter In the "If It's Glass We Have It"
Pvt. George Larry Reddish as BANTAM: FOOTBALL surgery. you are not real familiar! with especially when boats are operating -
battalion near Nha Trang. Mrs. Nora Sapp Is ill at 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR24353Come
son of Mr and Mrs. George PARADE the other fellows point ot on the waterway. It ,
Reddish of Route 2. Starke, His wife. Dorothy lives on 2nd Lt James D. Simmons Well. Saturday Oct. 14. her home. We will be glad I view, try to learn more aboutIt. is often difficult for the boat'I'
.Route. 1.Airman.. _. husband of the former I for to see her and out again.I swimmer In
has completed basic trainingat -----'- marked a big first up This short summary sup driver to spot a
Linda Cox of Starke has entered Foot- Friends of Mrs. Ollle Cow- Boat- the water. I I
Fort Polk, La. and is now Brooker-Its very own plied by the Evtnrude
attending M.S for compaay i ,, U S. Webb Air Force Air Force pilot ball Parade-sure was a nice art of Ft. Myers, will regretto ing News Service should help crutsingThe cruising enthusiast -, Where The Action la .
training at
clerk training.: He has enlisted I parade too with all the learn of her death last you get started. 'asks very little from
for six years with the National Base in Texas He will fly Bantam Football Team and week. She was a close friend Fishing All that most other boatmen. Naturally he

Guard and his address Is: Pvt. the newest Air Force Jet Cheerleaders In their uniforms and frequent visitor of Mrs. fishermen ask is to be left does not like to be buzzed iaii BOBBY'S HIDEAWAYWALDO

Geo. L. Reddish. National i trainers and receive special; and right through Ophelia Moore. Mrs. Cowartwas alone. They do not !like to by other boats especially wheal: !
training )
academic and military
Guard 24-53-39 Co. D. 1st dear ole Brooker they'!! went. known and loved by be buzzed by fast boats or his boat Is at anchor :Many: LIQUORS-

:J n.. 2nd THNO. BDE:: Tort during the'yearlong awarded Then on to Starke to play many people here. I rocked by the wake of a boat cruising families enjoy cooking '
Polk La., course and will be their first game of the sea All who did not attend the that comes too close. Keep in and eating aboard their; t. Music by "The Poor Souls"
silver pilot' wings upon completion
of the Air Training son. Spirits were a little low recent Calf Scramble in mind that when a fisherman boats. A wake thrown by another i I Wed., Fri & Sat. Nights
Pvt. Robert C. (CChuckl on their trip back horn' 1 Starke surely missed a real' l is trolling he may have along boat can really shake

Moore son of Mr. and Mrs.i i Command. Simmons flying earned program.Lt. a B. though as the score was a show. Gene MeLvin: came'I' line trailing behind his I things up. Remember you are' GO-GO CONTEST

W. F. Moore of Lawtey, has,I" from sad 26-0, favoring the opposing home with a very nice steer. boat. A thoughtless joy rider responsible for any damage
A. degree in history Nights
I Wednesday
been assigned to the 1st the University of Florida!' and team. Southern Dis- Jimmy Drawdy was a proud I who conies in too close can I caused by the wake of your!I

Armored Division at Fort: was commissioned there this count of Starke. But the winner and put on a very easily cut the line with! his boat. I Discount Prices on Package Goods:

Hood Texas. completion of the boys are back at pratice: this good show, by staying on propeller. As long as they use It properly -
Pvt. Moore Is a driver In year upon week and are looking forward the bucking horse. Good Water skiing-Water skiers everyone has an equal 1
Headquarters Company, 1st Air Force ROTC program. to playing Lawtey this work Jimmy. who are considerate and most right to the waterways. And''' One Mile North of Waldo, U. S. 301
Bn. of the divisions: 13th Thomas N. LyonJr. I Pvt. Gary W. McRae son Saturday. At this time they I Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Adkins I of them are, will try to keep everyone has more fun when I I
Armor. He is. a 1963 graduate .,. son of Mr, and M"s. Wm. of Mrs. Iris C. McRae and are determined to be the of Lake Butler were visiting
of Bradford : ''soto of Starke has Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stalnaker -
High L. completed Pvt. Francis M. Van Pelt. winner. Good luck boys! "I I -"
I 1983 basic training at Tuesday. 1 1
School and a graduateof son of Mrs. Grace H. Van ROYAL CONTEST
Lake City Junior College.' Lackland 'Air Force Base in Pelt of Route 1. Starke. recently Well our Royal Contest Is' Mr. and Mrs. MarshallMott
He also attended the University Texas and has been assignedto. graduated from eight well under way. With less 1 and family of Pal&tka

of Florida in Gaines the Air Force!: TechnlcarSTALLIRG'S I weeks of recruit training at than two more weeks to go were visiting Mrs. Emma
the Marine Corps Recruit the tally looks like this: Mott and family Saturday. Showing. eLARGEST
Mrs. Doris and
Depot, Farris Island. S. .C. Brenda Hayes 500; Rickey Layfleld
They will now undergo from Carroll 552; Rhonda Barrel Mrs. Mary Simmons of

two to four weeks of Individual !, 510: Dwight Emery, Gainesville were visiting>
CORNER combat training and 600: John Knight, 210; Peg- their mother Mrs. Emma

then report to their first gy Stokes, 210; Preston Wilson Mott Sunday. I STOCK OF

Marine Corps assignment, 617: Thressa Jones, Mrs. Mattle Barry has
OASIS LOUNGEYour following a leave at home. 872; Phyllis Jones. 500; been transferred to the

Christy Riggs, 105; Sammy Bradford County Hospital in
TYYY.YY.YYY..Y .Yttr Porter Starke and Is still in very
CLOSEST Spot For Halmark 256: Stephanie
serious condition.
100; Billy Reid 488:; TYPEWRITERS
LIQUOR WINES BEER BROOKERBy Martha Stokes, 50; Rickey Eddie Douglas of Atlanta.
Ga. spent the weekend with
PJM. Mott 190.
Open 9 A.M. 12
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H.
Stoke Well, your guess is as good .,
f Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. Z AM. 1. Joyce as mine. Who will be our C. Douglas. Miss Marlon'

i 1 f, SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS BAPTIST A CHURCH and miss next Princess King this ,Royal Queen? Be Events sure Prince not Win-to day home.Green guest of Starke at the was Douglas a Sun- !ll'::j lh EVER IN STARKE

OR QUARTS BASKET DINNER David Prescott of Starke
at the
ners will be
The Brooker Baptist
spent the weekend with Mr.
8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301 Church had a basket dinner annual Brooker PTA Hallo and Mrs. Paul Prescott and
immediately after the mornIng ween Carnival Saturday I et :;"T'
family. ...... ,
; service last Sunday, at Just received a phone call

from my son, Pat Cutlen.'I .
= USA Fort Knox Ky. He had StandardsNEW

'I Just received his first stripe

I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYr : and is an now eight a PFC.weeks He track finIshes AND

Knox.school this week at Fort -J USED

Mrs. Alberta Stokes Mr. "" MANUAL OR
AUTO SALVAGE Farm and Industrial LADIES WEAR Office Equipment and Mrs. Leroy Stokes. Dale

and Ruby Stokes, Charles ELECTRICPortables

Equipment. Cherry'sGainesville's Castlen, and Mr. and Mrs.
Hancock Office Joe Vicker of Alachua enjoyed .
? ,
OADn I OLDSMOBHJE: Most Fashionable a successful day: fishing a4

LnaA Address For Ladles EquipmentSmithCoronaAuthorized at Cedar Key Saturday.Mr. .
Santa Fe Tractor

Fine Selection of Used Car Inc. verne Dyal of Columbus. Q.\ 1 .
Taken On Cadillac Trade 7 W. University, Gainesville Dealer were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
tool N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Lloyd Dyal this weekend.
r PHONE 818- 801 MEN'S WEARL CIaryVlctol'TotaUlaAddtnlr Zedra Hamilton is spend

ing several days in Tallahassee .
Tractor & Implements -
& L Men's Shop Machines CalculatorsSALESSERVICERLIDTTALS on business. ,
i .s-
CRANELINICOLNMERCCRY Ford Industrial Equipment : : -
Florahelm Shoes

USED EQUIPMENT Peso Pluma Suits SAVE TTME Disease your

Authorized Sales &: Service Arrow Dress Shirt requirements with u* first.
606 B. University, Gainesville PICK UP & DELIVERY ORGAN STUDIOFactory
Phone 3724201Crane's : ISV.. Unlvenlty. Gainesville 628 N. Main St. Galnocvllla Authorized

4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville Phone 876-5551 I Hammond Orgaa j'.
Imports Sale Service
P Phone 376-2548: ,
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