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 26, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Big Weekend SetBHS
50 Attend

Teacher Homecoming

WorkshopAttendance Celebration Begins

was "better ill

than expected" at a work-

shop Friday when 50 of Bradford High's annual
93 teacher substitute volunteers -
of the
parade, crowning:
showed up even a I Ir I I, r 1967 Homecoming Queen Education Makes
after the prospect of a +
bt I V li and a huge bonfire will
teacher walkout Mondaywas highlight festivities as the

allayed.But Fighting Tornadoes pre
Local Tax
county school SiVsrvlaors pare to meet undefeatedLive
In charge a(, the curriculum Oak tomorrow nightin

program, appealedto
a wide-open homecoming -
the volunteers to st1l as-
grid contest.The Bigger YearTax
sist teachers as resource, per-
year's. biggest and fanciest
sona and teacher aids during i 8 Ysd ah
parade was due to be
the course of a normal 1 Ati
school year. Some showed h i i d kicked off at 2:30: () this afternoon Assessor Gene Long has been taking the School

Interest in doing that. Mrs. [Thurify' Oct. 261.J Board's medicine this week from taxpayers wanting an

M. A. Payne, elementary supervisor Tornado Whirl withs Its explanation of why 1967 taxes have gone up. '

reported after the Tornado Homecoming Queen To Be Crowned TonightOne skits 7:30: and() tonight.bonfire Big will event beginat of The average taxpayer's bill is up $30 to $40 this

meeting. year. ___ ____________
"There was no rush of of these tone senior coeds will bf! named Bradford High'stlxon. 81iirfc; !Sandra' Register, Starlte, and Sharon Tatum, the pregame activity will be
Tax bills mailed Friday by
crowning of one of four
volunteers. however," Mrs. 1961 Homecoming Queen at Tornado Whirl tonight. The public Lawtey. The winner has already been determined by a vote of senior coeds, Sharon Tatum, Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reflect crease came because' ", of

Payne said, indicating interest IN hutted; there IH no charge. grades 9-12, but the Vote IH. being kept in the strictest of 118- Della Wilson Linda Craws, an Increase. of 1.638 School Board millage. Some

has lagged since the Frwin left the candidate are Linda Crews, Lawtey! Delia crecy until the big event tonight. and Sandra Register as mills by the School Board. persona thought' he set the
U-acher will not resign Im mlllage, Long said, Instead,Of
Homecoming Queen. Mlllage now totals 16.944, up
mediately. "We were not too the. County Commission and
from the 15.258 set by the
Freshman Sharon
encouraged," she added.f3ecol1ljtal'Y princess School Board.A .
City Parking3mill Howell, sophomore princess School Board and County
Gibson told Supervisor the volun-Larry Taxpayers Are Asked To Vote Karen Breeden, and junior Commission In 1906. Mlllage resident whose property
Is valuded at
princess Susan Autry! will be has now Increased. 2.169 $30.000 paid
teers the crisis might bt Introduced. mills since the bl&valu. $209.14 In taxes In lead but;
over now, but the state, may Problem Eased atlon in wUl pay, $248.93.: up $43.74
Increase For Schools Theme of the Whirl for IMS. all] levied by
be faced with an Identical this
1967 Is "Tornado Happening." the School] Board.
situation in January.: Ha
The downtown Five skits will be presented The County Commission. The School Board's 1:683Incre :
urged! the volunteers to pre- Voters will have a chance on. total school mlllagv 10268 la totally tax excempt are not lem In Rtnrke has parking'been eased prob- at the Whirl to which the !however, did not raise Its In mlllaca means
themselves for that
event.pare Both Gibson and Mrs. Tuesday Nov. 7, to vote on mills. eligible to vote In the millage as/ a result of a drive by Police public is Invited free of millage this year. It; remains. that a tax payer will' In 1987

Payne made themselves' their portion of Bradford Coun- Four persona! had qualifiedfor election according to School Chlpf R. F.. Blgga, department charge. The combined seventh at 6.878 mills Neither did pay $1.69 more per thousand
ty's school mlllage and elect the school trustee posts! Board Attorney George Pierce. ? against overtime parkIng and eighth grades will present Tax' Assessor Oene Long dollars of taxable value than
available to volunteer '
any three school tru" 'eell. when! the deadline passed Monday The election is being handled a Junior high skit "Flo- raise property values; they he did In 1966.
Friday who would like
any The School Board Is askingthe They are two Lawtey Negroes 'toy Supervisor of Elections wer On The Fleldl" remain the same as 1965 The School Board Increased
In the
to become familiar with the the of course of the drive,
Neva. at
people for permission to Daniel Bright,' pastor Flynh request have Title of the ninth grade and 1966 except for persons the portion of Its mlllage
operation of audio visual city police .Issued a total
levy six mills. in 1968 and of the: Macedonia' Freewill School Supt, Tom Casey of 39 tickets for skit Is "Doomsday. Device,"" who have bought or sold voted by title Board by .638
equipment and teaching ma Voters will to their usual illegal parkIng -
terlal. 1969, double the three mill Baptist Church, and Herman go. Including many for ex- tenth grade" "What's Happening property\ or made additions mills, up from 5.38 in 1968to
j Thirty-four volunteers attended thA people voted for In 1069. Johnson, 22, son of Mr and polling, places.Freeholders voting In the ceding the two-hour limit ;" eleventh grade, or Improvements to their 8.918 In 1967. Back In
Under Florida law the School
Mrs Cef us and an employee holdings.The 1965 the
session granted fon parking "Senior; Love-In; The seniors people gave the
the morning school
mlllage (
Board to 10 mills election| nayvote
can levy ,
up of tho Sperry plant at,
i.A'IISt. are not eligible to win only reason. taxes are School Boar permission to
j of the workshop for elementary of .its own volition! and may Oalne vUle. any .number of mills. from. Police Chief Ken "
Instruction and 15 the )..evy._J0m.gre..a! << : .total! .of 20, Two ..other, .candidate are 0 through. 10,they wish I the ""Ii' ''I1I1A said Monday that 'the the, prize' for. the best.aklt. 'up in Bradford county' .in bllc1g.l Board 1oaiM..oIf"1'be had been. / only
1907 Is using
' afternoon' 'session! tot 'secon mills] ; If the'freeholder* of Ute Ben L.'Moxl y'.Tr' ? of.Starke, School Board to levy There police have' concentrated 'on ; however; since 'they won .ft becaUM.ot. the Increase
\ dary school. school district/ ? give their permission a' duPont employee,' and Dr. will be a line; on each ballot overtime parkers: a* 'well .a* last. year as juniors.cheerleaders In mdllage .by the two of them, but UV-s: :year

I Supt. Tom Casey was pre, In an election. James W. Patray; Starke physician. for a voter to place an X for those who nave: been. parkingin will.lead a. gigantic School Beard decided that. three were need
sent at the workshop all day This year the School BoardIs the School Board's requested. restricted aones. 'pep rally at the big 'Tax' Assessor long said ed for the operating budget.
and spoke. to the volunteersat levying /5.38 mill of Its own All qualified'voters may six mills. Violators are given a ticket Whirl and Tornado Head that most of the 35 or so _There wae no change voted .. I ,
various times. 10, and three additional mills vote for the '.three trustees. But a second ]line titled which cost a' dollar if paid Coach David. Huna will givea persons who visited his office in the .95 mills the ,
Starke Elementary Prin- voted 'toy the taxpaying freeholders But only Chose'freeholder who "Other millage levy" will allow promptly, quls ld, 'but If brief victory address. about their tax bills left Sdhool Board ha been levy
cipal Charles Francis: also of Bradford County can prove they, have paid or the voter to write In: the numi' ignored, can result ,ln an arrest Randy Jones, president' of satisfied that property values -, ing for debt service but an
took part in the workshop In (which comprises School Distract owe '1967 taxes are eligible. iber of mills he wishes, from summons,' the BH3 &tudent Council, will had not been raised after: additional .18 mills was tacked
appealing' to the volunteersto No 1)), In 1965., to vote In the mlllage election. 0 through: 10, and place an' X 'As a result'ot the drive, preside as master of ceremo- lie explained':to them the In- on for capital. Improvements

assist teachers even The Scnool Board can levy Receipts showing'1 the taxes beside. it. Just writing in the there la, ample space on Call nles./ [buildings], raisin
though they have not walked mlllage other than the 20 have been paid of tax statement number of mills desired without' Street for: parking; before It Teachers chose Thursday that from .25 mills In 1968

out. Mrs. Payne said mills mentioned above, but only *, must be.. presented the X) beside It will result took place, -some cars were and Friday as 'Vork days"so to .40 mills this year.
however! the response to for debt? service and capital or freeholder may sign In an Invalid, vote, Supt. Casey parked In violation' of the two- students would be free two Prospects Seen For 1968, the School
Francis' request' was "a little improvements. The Bradford an affidavit. 'Which will !be has said. hour limit;' thus restricting days to celebrate homecominghere Board Is asking permission

disappointing.1Gordon School Board presently levies available at the polls that they School trustee's elected In space for .shopper, and at tthe University of from'Chamber's to levy an Increase1. of three
1.3S mills In those two categories have paid their. taxes. 1965 were H. T. (Buster) Ben- A number of years ago the Florida" without losing time mills In the 10() the freeholders

making: the county's Freeholder1'whose property (Continued! On Page Two] Continued[ On Pago 'lwo1'] from studies.; Industry, HuntFreeman can vote. Back In the
Warehouse 1965 school millage elecfaUon

the people voted ,the three
Robbery Reported In BattleBHSToMeet Register Jr. repre- mills the School Board ask
Homecoming senting the Bradford County ed. Now they are being asked
A losk was broken on the Development Authority' J.
let the school Board levy
Gordon's Food Warehouse on Charles vice
six mills,, but they could vote
Alton Road sometime last the Chamber of Commerce,
as high as 10 or as low as
Thursday night. Oct. 19, and and Peter J. Novak, of the
$249 in foodstuff stolen, the Unbeaten Live Oak Chamber of Commerce and nothing.

Bradford!! County Sheriffs Development Authority, were
Department reported this Bradford County members of
3-Ccrr: Collision
week. a development team of 30

Deputy Sheriff Ashley A hard-hitting' running five and zero." The Bulldogs period of the Palatka game. the Tornadoes a third man kle put him out, end Tim men from Jacksonville and
Brown said the thelves simply attack in the form of the have beaten Madlaon, Bolles.St. Steve has a badly sprained there. Murphy, a freahman has surrounding areas who went to Causes $1,600In
cut a pad lock off the door undefeated Live Oak Bull Augustine, Perry, and ankle and Allan a alight Junior Scottle Smith snow been moved: up from the B-- New York City and Philadel- '
I of the Harare-warehouse and dogs will face Bradford's Macclenny. concussion: both may be out seeing fulltlme duty attacks team to give the ,varsity a. phia last week on a hunt for Damages t

;, helped themselves. Tornadoes tomorrow night The Tornadoes will go Into for several weeks. going both ways. He third man there Junior flew industry for Northeast.

I No arrests have been made. [Friday. Oct. 27] at 7:30: in the Homecoming fray Junior Willie Cohen has and "Allan Crawford had Donnie Elder has taken Florida. A. three-car collision en

I what may prove, a rough with five starters on the injured been playing] offensive guard been. sw.tchlnlr'off! Onann's place on defense Approximately 300 Industries SR-18 last Friday Oct. 21,
homecoming test. ltatThe tw> newestare as well ax his mtddleguard Guard Ralph Morgan "will 'and 'goes full time defensive:: were contacted by the resulted in $1,600 property

Home Cooked "Those that like a wide guard Steve Crawfordand spot and guard) Tommy also hold down one linebacker too."Our teams -during&. three days of damages. ; but Injured nobody:

open football game can come tackle Allan Crawford, Blackshear has been movedup spot fulltime. Injuries, of course prospecting seriously.
I TURKEYDINNER on out" Coach David Hurse both injured In the first from the B-squad to'give Since Onann'e broken an (Continued On Page Four This Is the first time that Josh Lee, 52-year-old

; says of the contest. The Tornadoes __ .. 1. ....-....- -.., ........._ .. ... Bradford County' has participated Lakeland salesman was
,r in the "shofgun ap-
have worked especially charged by Bgt. B. H. Spearsof
proach" In soliciting new
ST. MARK'S hard on their passing L4 L4Y : ,; "t .. Specific leads were as- the Florida Highway Pa-.
EPISCOPAL>> attack this week and BUS for vehicle ahead of
stop a.
'. signed to 15 teams of two men
PARISH HOUSE coaches feel It should be ,J, ,. I I each for Interviewing industrial vehicle under control. Lee's
I I Improved. prospect 1967 Ford sedan failed to
Thurs., Nov. 2 High/ scoring ,Andy Cheney, : I"'", ,"..If..;"'!':', :,:! \ It Is reported by the team top fora vehicle ahead of
5:30: To 8 P.M. a speedster with quick moves .. ; member that several good him which was signaling to

and excellent running : I. sr. ;; sli" ..; ;'A 3 ( ;" iJ'P.ij ) prospect, who have been considering make a left turn. The: Ford
u e 1 ;
Adults $1.50 ability Is expected to 'be the a .fJ .. : 1t 3" ;: 3 g.. new plant developments skidded 37 feet into the left

Children Under 12 bee in the Tornadoes' hat all : :" :' ,Ij,' r'> If ,; r ::1 t i are committed to giving hand lane Into the path ofa
75 cents night: long. He Is a continual \ serious consideration to third car meeting the e.

threat to break away and t. : ';; t : 'J1 -'B"'Ji... a. i 6.f1J.'I ::- ,' : Northeast Florida.At hide signaling to turn.A .
Lawtey Jr. High the Tornadoes don't have .. : least. two companies have 1965 Plymouth, driven
\. ,. .. ,;;, ,, J."" .f.
anybody: who could catch ::1'; ; stated preference for a rural
) by Mrs. Mary Nix Covert
i PTA Carnival ,:. 4 .... ri't,,;'. ;; ')'11" .oP.., ..... ""
for their
him.But ": : ,." "'11 ,, A ,. type community new and with three passengers
;. .
the Head Tornado r .... fg.; 1 ':!! plant locations was waiting to make the

Sat. Nov. 4 save his team's' strategy snot t ... ,. :: ';{ : : "A great deal ,of follow-up turn. Mrs. Cowart had not
Starting 5:30 P.M. based ,completely on, ? ; if, ,;.. ( work Ie required to determine turned because of a 1965

Pony Ride, Costume Cheney.ning attack The: is Live well Oak balanced run .. ''..,' ", '.. ."",... ......,'.... ", ,',..".... -- ,. developed other possibilities from' this which approach have,' meeting Volkswagen her on station SR-16.wagon

Judging. Cake Walk with fullback Hank Mc- a spokesman for the delegation
Driver of the VW Jamefl
Etc.Everyone Keith running the ball a lot
aid.The Michael Hitchcock. 91. of
Welcome to keep the defense honest. Committee of 100 of Ralford skidded 21 feet before -
''I McKelthen is a hard runner + the Jacksonville Chamber of creating hetud-on Lee'soar
who stays low and hits hard, Commerce bas made several ,
This.Weekly Space to Contributed Publicize but without the great: speedof -.. ..--... _n .... n" ... .. ." .. trips over the past three years Into which his traffic suddenly lane. Iles
which have
Cheney. produced :Ford struck the VW. bounced
Community Events by FIGHTING TORNADOES
for Jacksonville and have certainly
Bulldogs also
pass upon off and skidded Into the
J The Community occasion but they keep Tex Patrick ,Charles Ureedon Johnny Warren justified the expenses of stopped car driven by Mrs.'
Row Mercer "
Front Larry
both ends tight In this line (Left to right)- : such a trip, it was said. Cowart.
. State Bank to aid their running game. Andy :Mayton, J. Roy Chasteen Plen Cnann, Allan Crawford. A more detailed report will '

I Accounts now insured "We don't feel that Live Second Row: Gene Melvin, Robbie Smith, Charles Smith', Bill Adams, Bill Belote Ronnie be made at the Board of DI- estimated Damage. at to Lee's$600 Ford and was ta
rectors meeting of the Chamber
to SI5,000 by Oak has as tough 'defense Crawford. '
up a Gregg- Donnie Elder Steve the other two vehicle* at.
Federal Deposit Insurance '- as Palatka.. Coach Rune Morgan Willie Cohen .John Torode Stanley Crawford, Bill of Commerce'on Thursday "
Third Row: Dennis! Hall Ralph ,. Nov 2. $500 each ._ __..
Corp. says but adds, "They must Mike Norman Jimmy Temple. 'r-. --.- ,1
Butch Nichols -
have a good team, they're Busby Thomas Marks Reggie Flynn Gregpo-: : Greg ,

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n/ A'.I'VlVV" / I F "" City Escapee First Pecan Auction Of Year I

Caught In Hour:
Iw Setl
l 1 jI j//
A City of Starke Prisoner Nov. .2 At Farmer's Market

David :Naiamlrth.: : climbed.
I I tl
the fence At the City Jail ,

= GLADYS MOOTY on Saturday, Oct.),14, and escaped First auction snip of pl'"ns< I time for .weighing and label]

Phone 964-7503 'I but was captured an of this season will be held nt I inj/{.

hour later. i .. i the Stoike State Farmers The market jtuanager void

Byron Terwlllegar! was home 1 Local admittances To Bra"f: NnWnltU, :who( fives his ,Market: ohene. on Thursday, Nov that the pecan 'yield In, :iiRJ!
v section is iijfht but. noted !
for the weekend from the College I ford County Hospital this week Y w residence as Orange Park or I 2, according to Bob Allen that

of Charleston Charleston, include: Airs. Wanda Shr-nley kt ? P$ s J Ja Jh Clewlston, was appreheniJed::: ', market manager. In some Instances groves h.1ve

-S.C. of Graham; Mrs. Ruby Grill I In the woods bock :rf Hart- Allen said the sale will begin produced the I u good crop of nuts.I

JJJ Mrs W. A. Stern and Miss and Mrs Martha Erwin!' at man's Apartments on North I at 1 pm., but asked that thegrowers In opening sale ;an]
season, a total of ,
_Louise Stern attended !the CivJJ" Ralford; 'Peter 'R'tffony' of Temple Ave. about 1:43: p. m. : have their pecans ofthe of 147151. :
Ic Music Concert at the Civic Hampton; Owen<< Souther-lord y'I' i J by noon- pounds pecans were aid:
i 4 lv" the; same day he escaped' : after -' : market platform the total sale of the 1969
Auditorium last Friday night. of Lawtey/ ; Mrs. Willie Mw tn1r' I .oa.
M I tTA being free a Out nn hour. amounted to about 100,0001
"Mrs.' F. F. Stump and 'Mlsa Dobson and Mrs. Dolly Pace Y Police traced him to the son

Lillian Stump of Starke and of Lake Butler; Lori Ann Nor. I t wooded area but could not an officer returned to the I pounds.Allen said auction ,
Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Griffta of man, Mrs Ella Nuernbergor'j of ? k find the prisoner on first area and NaJsmith, was taken wa
held each
Ochlochn, Ga. were Wednesday Mrs. Estella 4 left few Into custody without Incipient be Thursday (except )
sea.rch."I1hey and a
a Thanksgiving Day)
evening:, upper guests of. Douglas, :Airs Alephla Redding, v I voluntary long as
minutes later received a call Arrested first for the simply of nuts lasts.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson Mrs. Nora McCullough Mrs j ar-
from the ownesof the apartments Intoxication and
_.,in Monticello. Joyce Jones Mrs. LeatM ; sentenced
i that NalsmltVi couldbe rest. Nalsmltti was
""> of Waldo Is Dykes, Mrs. Elizabeth Nn-
James Granger
I I then 30 I THE RIGHT POINT for the I
seen from a window< Assistant to 37 days in Jail
a patient In the Starke Nurs worthy, Mrs. Mary Bell, Mrs I '
'Chief Ken Fuqua" and more days for the escape the way you write. Come In [.
ing Home. Sarah Brown< A H. Hollidny his mother paid and select: your favorite ES-
Mr. and Mrs. RObert s. Mrs. Myrtlce Conner Mrs. \ his fine of nearly $500 and I I TFRBHOOK fountain urn
Pearce 'Wf Asheville N. C are Margaret Panoyer, David I been abolished in many coun- -

visiting her mother, Mrs L F Browning Miss Janet Nichols leg. he was released I I Adjustable whet, Book

Smith. Tor Btvcral days. and Mrs. Arrie Browning, 14111| 4r : e I Covers. Ail slwx: 31 oenti Il\. I
Mr and Mrs. Albert Stefa- of Starke. '
? 4&
nelH and sons of Jacksonville H, W. Moyer of Jacksonville ) rr r ; 1

were Sunday visitors of Mr visited hit daughter' l.fl's.

and Mrs. Henry Stefanclll\ F. W. Strickland and family

Mr and Mrs. Walter Harvey on Sunday. g

and Jim Patten of Atlanta, Mrs. Mary Lane of Jackson. iA t MEN

villa visited her mother<< iMrs.B..tha .
Ga. and Mr and Mrs Tommy
PearceV Saturdayto
Johns and children of Mac-
clenny were weekend visitorsof Tuesday. They also had as OUR, SUIT SALE

Mr. And Mrs. J. W. Ritch. Saturday, visitors, Mrs. a. V C6t

'(Mr and Mrs. Herbert Phillips\ and Mrs. Ethel Pink., Freshmen Ready Float for Parade
Schmltt returned to their home ilon of Lake City. ENDS SAT.

Va. Mrs. K 1<:. Perryman spent
In Faljansbee! VV// today
m after two ,weeks visit wltti Mr. from 'Sunday -to Tuesday with fills freshmen flnlHh up their<< float Wednesday night cess. Sharon Howell wait not allowed to view tile flout.un- a.

and Mrs. Charles Schmltt.i Mr. and Mrs. Comer ferryman They<< proved. to besuperstituous, though, and Class. I'rln- Ill the pariule today. It might have meant bad luck, her

.i Rev and ,Mrs.: V. J. Rags- In Jacksonville Mrs. Comer classmates, _y. '

dale visited their SOD, Dural, Perryman returned with her
sat Florida for the remainder of the week.\, It's Your Last Chance To Buy
Southern College Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Dr. and Mrs. L. Mrs. N. A recent that Call
Mr and Mrs. David Mont- O. HaynesJr. 1. Woodburn was proposal
Lakeland\ on'Saturday, 'gomerywere camping: in the Reddish were visiting Mr and, Dr. and Mrs Josh in Winter Park last Wednesday "r-ft>t t>p made a one-way Such A Quality Suit At Such
: Mrs. Mabel Mr.
Stringfellow, Mountains ,the and Mrs. Drew Reddish In Davis of Gainesville spent I to Friday visiting Mr. street was discussed, but It
Smoky past
.. and 'Mra.Morris. Carter,
II Mrs. Louie Bell Parka attended an:; week. Wilmington' Dela.' the past the weekend. at Cedar Key. ,, and Mrs, Keith Reeves and met much opposition on the A LOW, LOW PRICE!

: the funeral 'of, Mrs.. Harlen Mr. and Mrs. Ervln. Andrews week. (.Mr. and :Mrs. Oarl Mat- family. part of downtown merchants.

Smith'Auburndala: .:on Mon- and family attended the Jacksonville bust R. A. Newsom was in hews'were -in Folkston, Oa Mrs. Resale Thomas spent
Fair on Saturday.: Lakeland over the weekend last weekend visiting Mr. the weekend wllJh her parent
: day.
r Leaton Morgan III of At Mr and Mrs. Townsend visiting her mother Mrs. 7. and and Mrs. Virgil Mat- Mr. and Mrs. Reddick Thomas Schools Ask Regular $65.00 to $79.95

.. lanta 'Oa. -visited his parents,' Strickland and eon", Andreu, A. Howe. 'and ;jur, and. Mrs.R. hews, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell In Lake City and visited her ,
John Harold Andrews and Miss : E.:' Mathews. husband who entered the Lake .11/.11r /
Mr. and Mrs. L. tL Morgan' Jr. Mathews and Mr. and Mrs.
::: VA last Tues-
City Hospital
Pearl attended the 3-Mill Hike
Cartwrlght : Dillon Wihlsler.:
r and familyast.wveekena.1. E2| Jimmy Dowling, who
day for observation and treat-
Jacksonville Fair Sunday !
: Mr. 'lend Mrs% L.VI Il1g has completed, his basic Airman and Mrs. Harry ment.
r ,were weekend visitors of Mr training lilt/ Fort Banning, Trafford of McDlll AFB Mr. and Mrs. W. Now

-r and Mrs. :J. '0;"/.V1n1ng in Pa. the Forty-three Methodist Youth members'Fellow of Ga., was home for the week. Tampa, will spend the week- Brown of Staike George and Maxl Continued From Paso One] $58 _

latka. The Vinlnga had as eni with her parents. Mr. nett :
end.Mrs Kelly of Lawtev attended the Lawtey; J. W Kelly.
attended the movie,
r Tuesday visitors, Mr. and ..MrsJ. ship Curtis Edwards. and and Mrs. A. O Loudon and hospital committee meeting ot Brooker, and Charles Hardy,
: .' W. Tlmmeripan.. of Stock: the Bible. at the Phillips ,
daughters were visiting :Mr. will attend the wedding of the Elks Harry-Anna CrippleChildren's Starke. Bennett vacated. the

? ton. Ga., ... ,Plaza Theatre in Jacksonville and Mrs. O. C. Edwards In Mrs. Tiafford's sister. Pa- Hospital in Umatlll post? when he was elected to

.. Mr. 'andMSSh: Yaw. ? Sunday afternoon, The Jacksonville on Saturday I tricia to Marvin Barnhartat on Saturday.. ..- School; Board and neither Exceptional Details in our Suits are almost too
Sr of Staatibupg-! K/ 7 are group, driving In seven, cars, Linda 'Hood of. Pa.J. ..tko. the ttih
First :Methodist Major and Mrs. V. J. Spengler Kelly nor Hardy qualified much to believe at this Price!
r visiting Iher"eonands[ : family, stopped' for hamburgers\ en- spent the .weekend) :with !her Church Saturday afternoon and family and Mrs. Emma School trustees primarily

r Judge And.-.' .Mrs... ,Yawn- .Jr,,.tfhls: route home. cousin, Nancy Dowlng.) Monica: Jd and Tom Rowe Badman were visiting Mr. and 'School trustee's primarily

: week. .Mrs. B. C. Holtenzdorr sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. of Sanford spent the week- Mrs. R. L. Spengler In St recommend the hiring ol All Other Suits Reduced I

r Otto, Olson has returned to and Mrs. Guy Andrews attended Firth flew to Knoxville end with their grandparents, Augustine on Sunday. teachers and principals to the

: Ml home'.1n Phoenix Ariz. Missionary meetingat Tenn. last Friday, returning I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green School Board. The position has '
r after seven weeks' visit with the First Presbyterian home While in
Monday. and Mrs Eoline Smith.
: his brother' and sigter-ln-law, Church In Gainesville Monday City Parkinq
they were Joined
.. Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
and 1/lra. ; \
Mr. ; / Tltua Olson. Sewellhave
'evening. Mrs. ,..
.. 'by Mr and "WilliamWlohellow. "ieturhea" frSm Tihelr ," .' ISTABUSHID 1904 : -
I Eased < 'j i
who flew thers summer. home in Problem See BodcocfcH
( Little BodcochbSAFE First For The Heote
from Belleville. Mich. The I I -
Switzerland, N. C.
.. two couples enjoyed a oneday' Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. :Continued! from Pee One! To Do The-Job in Your Home!

drive, to. Gatllnbur;, I
Mrs. Keith
Ollllngham and city Installed parking meters
Tenn. -
.: 'hounded, Mrs Morris Williams and daughter, Kathy, .and Mrs I in the downtown area, as a f fit

children of Folkston, Oa. 'W. B. Mundy were In Mount means of controlling parking, DEPENDABLE ZI

: were visiting her Mrs Dora last weekend visiting but the meterswere removed gil
by r V'I n
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Monk 1 ECONOMICAL
Leila ,Newsome, last week about Jiveyears ago on the I ,
and Mr. and Mr. Lee basis that* the system was drivIng )!t'/--'!! 1'1' PORTABLE
: f .fuel end.Mrs. French and
and high : Eollne Smith of Starke families. business away" from the

/4r and Mrs. Ruth Reid of Atlanta, Mrs. Thelma DeVlne has district. ELECTRIC HEATERS

: _. bills?" Ga. have returned from a two returned: from six weeks visit Signs! were then Installed, CIRCULATING Quick, d.en.guard". warm air Each Arvin Hooloi" '

weeks visit with'Mr. and Mrs. In Indiana and Illinois. whiui proclaimed a two-nou H E A T E R S foaturot "Saf.guan/"llp..v.r/ control. '
Tombo Smith and family in Miss Nancy Clark of Eau- courtesy period tor parkers. DIL B BURNING '1320 WATT HEATER
Suffdlk Va. They also visitedIn Game was visiting her aunt Thormoitat cantrol-. ?

.w. Gafllnbnrgr. Tenn. Mrs. C. D. Williams over the THE BRADFORD a modsl''fo" .heal every horn lad, 'Instant rlbbor
weekend. Large or small at a tlandout Val 10% DOWN
.. .tvle Mrs E. L. Crawford was ; elomonli.
I f c r, f' I Ir Ir COUNTY TELEGRAPH ue-giving Price.QUAKER DELIVERS
.. visiting' Me: and Mrs. Carson Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rltch $1495]
.. Gorman' In Jacksonville over of Boynton> Beach spent the I' Published every Thursday :"LITTIE GIANT" 95

.. the weekend.Mr. weekend with his mother Mrs. at 138 yY'. Call St., Famous tmok.latt burners S89 "" ____ urea

.. and Mrs. Jack E. Miller Grace Rltch. Starke Fla. 82091 35,000 BTU. Efficient "'""""":;;;;;.:;;;::;:.,,,
Low$1 1 I '" '' '''''''' ;;j USD WATT arC
.. and son Jimmy, have movedto Mrs. Milton Harwell: of Daytona Second class postage paid Cost operation. 7S A WEEK f : 'i i;!;:?:u::::u::?::::::mr.:::::h":::::", Fan for<.d v onmTh.rmoitdt

.. : Jacksonville where Mr. Miller Beach was visiting1 her at Starke, Fla QUAKIR QUAIK a i i, I I ''I---' G,,,:!i ::::;;: ::iHiiimi", ::, cool

t 1. .pyeS MTS Is with the air traffic con- mother, Mrs. F. E. 'Bolllnger Subscription Rates: "'.''...!.!- '. "D.I... c...."....,- .,..- .QUIEI.... ChalUng.f" r : 'nlriliimnmhIrilttll:: I

? trol center Bt Milliard. in Bradford County ,,oaa iru *.M0*'" .1.ooo iiu $19'5
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hospitalon e m...A. w-. AarnrN en. 13" ..._,MmmmtmrU / r,, OIIH
Harley ..
ar ''Monday. Mrs. Bollinger was In trade &1'81.00; per .ulo. .m>h,J.. I nMil \\1

Y tiC Jr. spent the weekend at. Mer- ,celebrating !her; 82nd birthday. year: ; $ ,2..Ix. month. $11995 ,$)39') = ;
59'S "
1 ,. rltt Island visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugenia 1>. Worley ot 12.21 a wear IUO a wise .; wic r U50 a ing WATT H..t.r "II / H !'! !!! I'
Outside trade area: $U 50 10 A !!
C Mrs. Al and R
Harley family. Alken, S., C. Is visiting her 2 !enfant hUh, fan IIII i !
.. I They brought back tholr brother-in-law: and: ,1 per year; 2.50 .ix month. ferC.d. Th.rmo tal.ontrol. I''{ :' ;IIIIIII i
.. grandson. Phillip 'Harley for a I I E. L. Matthews editor and "" DRAn I d i
r.. short visit!! and Mrs. Claude -Crowson this I FAN BOOSTER '
.. Mr. and Mrs. Mack WI!. week. publish '29" "29" 1'J $
.. lams and son Frank Mrs. I II' 02lH
"- Harold Godwin and Mrs. Beauty, Comfort
.. Charles K. 'Johns attended the I and Scenofnical Heating i UNITED STATES CABINET Olj
: : : : Ji.i funeral of Mrs. Williams' Bluer I ACTION I e? A for Your Home' : ROOM HEATER!
,. nil/ Ned DoluM ., oooc
L. ''B"-, 1\\ Mrs. E. T. Mlms, In Col- IN TRUE-TO-LIFE r' Hea'
Li E"'E' 'E"e': quitt, Ga. Saturday. k= d'F' .e...'.-..r.....iw Oil 'w.. O.t... HM ur Wickles Burners
.. ', : I ....rs.rwasrr OOO BtU All' Sof.t 'Featurat
.." The Intermediate GA's of u .......... : y
.. I d' t. $
the First Baptist Church, with [ [ J169.! ..
I O@1@JJ1 t $179" Ct ..
f.... SINGLE "
heir leader, Mrs. Ruth Reynolds 1 BURNER .DOUllI M
and director Mrs. J. D. i Oil rind hI.l .. Nwl.r, loaaoe.u 20a",
I .
; .$OOO OTU IuI OAL 2.... r. L
= Et Warren, attended the 14th annual J .7 U OaaC 1 A..d PwtW Air. PtlIL TAN K "hop! I....I
1 ., Mrrrwd *-
Florida Girls Auxiliary]i ,, -__ v w, ".. 'r i $2995 $39

house party at the Lakeland 1 W.> ; : 'I j jIN 10% OWN MATH DIIIVIRSAHT I Quaker Thin Hn. furnliuro 249"Xfcoauty { _I oiroJO"

i First Baptist Church over 'the' f FIRSTTA. .tylod. and dotignod !. add __ '
weekend. Attending were Katherine -.... :
I CCILOR I ITV "M "-...,
BILLS UP TO 5u-/ol r Haas, Claudette Pet e r. 0 n, osG000 am?t n.oooiro 4O OOO ITU
.. .. .. 1. 'w'o-aa.e.w dr.r PortablejHEAJJR
Pauline Nichols Ruth Crosby; ; yurNnkblr.lrll" -"'
: A Siegler home heater wilj cut $12'9--- $ ; $ ,
your fuel bills and Robin and Betty Jo War $29 $39 s UTIUTyHEATERTQC '
.. : '
actually pays lori,itself with the fuel' it saves. ren. ....-... u.-.r PaIl..01. "..1 Bunt, I / ... r

: Exclusive Inner Heat Tubes capture the "heart of I GAS"HEATER -AS HEATER GAS HEATER 1 ,00017U. T

: the 'flame heat" others waste. You get more heat ii looooini- Moeonnit 31 000 ITU moOEBN UtilITY HEATER
for fuel .BARRIE 'Ju=,=- / n;M e.dr.rs s.d1w1"-t Oouo Saf.ty Pilot 1 11 I,One eru he/,
: your: dollar. And only Siegler gives'! you BCItEDULE I Iv .w. .w TMar.dwyn. cinac
--a -- Model fJ573SO ., for S.t Htotwi19s d. bl. ialoly ..'e.... I
Super Floor Heat for OF SERVICES; *dl.t $49" 55995 $ y,
- cozy,warm/ floor comfort. No ?227 q.In.plolun ]5" ..

: overheated'! ceilings. Powerful, bull*.in blower. flREllCHTffRFECTION

- Many.ftiora comfort\ and convenience features ST. EDWARD'S Ptarke CHURCH RCAVICTOR COLOR TV Bad d:7 CARLOAD SALE of BLANKETS ,, _HEATER_, I IlY's10"

: plus ..beautiful ,Siegler styling make .
Siegler your Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. I Watch football action' In color this fall) wIth( an I ,
: test! buy"! -.by far. Models for every need and budget. Thursday Mass: 6:39: ( p. m. I lob.. Round
RCA Victor Color TV. This smart table model !Is $/ QQ95 Electrk OH. Safety $2995
s- Miraculous Medal Novena- : perfect for family viewing.Features new RCA Victor frO*Ir fiber Woven. llonktlt Blanket f { '1 lalch.: ...I
. EiiI.: Saturday, 7 p. m. Super Bright Hi-Lite tube for 38% more highlight Roliabout Stand I ...,. I.y*! Jho ft" 14". ,'v' DUUXE ., ,
- Confessions 5 and 7 '
: p. m. I,I.,
.r. -. P., m. I brightness..I optional extra Nyloa lindin. R IOHIoyo ZOH TAI 1 All PORCE1AIN HEATEROroon : 'i
Avyuat T.a Aw
... f ,.Kao 4),
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:DENMARKFURNITURE Keystone Heights 3 rar31511 S a''
We Do Our Own SdjI II
Sunday Mass: 9:00: a.m. Financing 10%, DOWN

Wednesday: Mas and Novena .- DEUVERS ANT HEATER
q.d osro
T p.m. T11GC + ; D E C _
y4 oxo
CO. 8T. ,MART'S CHURCH .'I Winkler Electric ,Inc.

Macclenny __ ,
,,134 W. Call St. Phone 964.5827 Sunday Masa: 11:30: a. m, I '231 TEMPLK, PHONE 96i-1596 ". ,-

1 2S S. Walnut St.
.. Phone 961-5289

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;'rutmSDi\T. OCT. 26. 1967
STARItI:, F_ _ Section 1-. Pan I

i ,
Mrs. Smucker ,. Rescue Breathing I Boat Knocked 1 trailer knocking: the fishing, son's car was estimated at

Comptimented At boat off Damage to Oils- $IOD.
I DemonstratedAt From TrailerIn

Farewell PartiesMrs. I Rotary Club ( Car Crash

Vernon Smucker, James Pettla, associate en- A boat and trailer was
who with her soninlawand 1 gineer with tile Agricultural struck and damaged: to the
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.1I 1I I Extension!: Service at the University tune of $230 on SR-210 east Bill and Luanna .
GLADYS MOOTY Elden Mathews, are movingto I of' Florida, gave ademonstration cf Starke last Saturday Oct.
Phone 964.7608 :Macon, Oa.. this weekend, of rescue 21, by the driver of a car OF TIIRToRena

was honored with two going breathing: and heart compression -I charged with driving under Mo'elReltaurant

Teenage Party UDC To Meet away parties during the past at the Rotary Club Wednesday. the Influence of intoxicating
week. He was introduced by liquors.
At Jackson Home Last Wednesday Mrs. H.: O. T. Huggins. I yililhl
W. T. Weeks chapter, Florida Highway Patrolman -
t. H. Adams( entertained WSCS With the use of a specially )
UCC. will meet at tae horns W E. Sundberg placed SAY:
\, Becky Jackson and Janine Circle 4 members at :a lunch constructed "dummy" the I
of Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. on the charge against IsadoraGllsson. 1
Gay were hostesses< at a eon at her home on E. Call speaker demonstrated the cor-
Wednesday. Nov. 1, at 3:3D Starke plumber,
i teenage party last Saturday street honoring Mrs. Smuck- rect method of mouth-to- Our Every-Day Feature is
m. with Mrs. L. D. after. his 1956 Ford
p. Vinina, .tS.4( crossedthe
night at the T Vin
W. T. Jackson er. The three dining tables 'A mouth'resuscitation, and the
home on W. Mrs. W. S. Slade, and Mrs.J center line of SR-230 GOOD FOOD
Madison. ,
Street were covered with cutwork use of external heart compression -
.from 7 to 11 o'clock. E. Wilson aa co-hostesses. cloths and centered whose arid crashed' into a boat and
with arrangements jo revive persons
-- -- --- -- trailer ,
being pulled by Max I 11111 Our 'Specials' Are Our Guests.
The stopped
25 of fall garden heart has actually
young '
people enjoyed -
37 I Lee Dickinson, 35
Class ReunionThe Orange
a hayride the early flowers in silver bowls. 1967 FHA Officers beating:
Your Parties
Arrange By
'Part of the evening, accompanied The circle members pre- He emphasized the fact that Park.Dickinson
( by Mr. and Mrs. Bradford: High School sented Mrs. Smucker with these methods should be used was traveling 9646784Your
Tom class. of '37 will have a class Newly elected officers of the Bradford High Future I west one-tenth of a'mlle 1
'Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. the book "Leaves of Gold, Homemakers by the layman only when a
reunion and dinner party of America are Elaine!: Murray seated center, east of the Starke limit]
Marc Jackson. The' ride end- as a parting gift. Among the physician' Is, mot present and I city Tables Will Be Reserved
ed at the Jackson home Friday night at the Starke guests were Mrs. Foster Sh l Standing ((1-r') are Carol McKlnnoy, parliamentarian Mary cannot reach tie' scene within when Ollsson forced him off,

'where they had a hamburger! GoLf &: Country Club preceding Smith, president of the, Lou Cooper 'treasurer; Lynn Green. historian; Kay Narman, the required time. the pavement and struck hill I
the Homecoming football secretary; and Linda Patterson ; 1 _. .
;fry and played games. I WSCS and Mrs. V. J. Rags 'reporter.
game at tine stadium.BONANZA I Not shown Elaine
dale. are Foster, devotion chairman font
Ricks -- -- --- -
and Sally Ann Cobia, hostesses*, -
-- ., Mrs. Smucker and M 1., STARKE PLAZA: .
and Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
I Saunders were honored with Lawtey CarnivalSet Ladies Council Open All Day Every Day

I a covered dish supper at the For Nov. 4
I home of Mrs. Loyree Coco- Meeting ,HeldThe FRI. & SAT. UNTIL P..M.Come \ .

Y mise by members of the The Lawtey Junior High Ladies Council circle} &,
I Hospital Auxiliary last School FTA will sponsor a of the First. Chrhtian Church
Thursday: night.Arrangements Halloween Carnival starting met at the home cf Mrs. E.
of pink and< at {S:30: p. m. Suturd'iy, Nov. A I! red roses, yellow roses, and 4,. at the .school grounds. afternoon with\ ll members' and S r

I Troplcana roses were used in Fish suppers will be served, two visitors' present.
M BlLEffm tJ -" [I the party: rooms, against! a with., a choice of smoked fish Mrs. Louise Newman per-

I I background of tropical at $1.SO a plate, or fried aidcd. Mrs. Eunice Wilson and / h 1 1
plants. Added Interest was fish at $1.25. Children's Mrs. :Maude Andrews took part: ,, /'
a provided by decorative items plates, $1.Other on the program. .
tits II collected by Mrs. Cocomlse attractions. will inclUde The next meeting will be a See the .. '
during her travels in foreign pony. rides, covered covered dish luncheon on Oct. f
I countries. wagon rides, country store, 20 at :1 pin at the church. '

Guests were served from a spook house, pastry booth After the meeting and pro- BigSelectlonoffamouse 'J ;
buffet table overlaid with' an games, fish pond, cake walk gram Mrs. Winkler and Mrs :

II r ecru cutwork cloth centered costume judging hot dogs, George Winkler served refreshments .....,,; I ,
with an antique silver SOUD Ice cream, etc. i t. I r y !
: tureen holding: red and pink Fifteen minute movies will '. ; i

: roses. Mrs. H. H. Adams presided -,, be shown for the children"'a Altar: Society;. I ,, ,,.. ;-- .
at the coffee service Intervals In the school '
... '
Mrs. Titus Olson, assisted by cafctortum. st: Edward's: Altar Society I % i : L

Mrs. George W. Brown and The' public is Invited. wil"jreet Wednesday, Nov. 1,I .'"" ''I t d
!I Mrs. M. F. Ha=;en, were In at,70': p. 'm in the Parish Plir ,ffiji'f;" ('ft! t i \ I. I 4 :

i< charge of the dining room. Mr. & Mrs. Wiggins Hall All members are urged I .. .. 'El.. .1.. ." '. / ,.il.il'c.: .. "
After dinner, Mrs. J. W. to ,, !: I .
BONANZAIS Kincaid welcomed Mr. and Hosts At LuncheonMr. attend. ,,0. .It' ., 1 .-"- ."'l.;'

Mrs. Saunders to ..Starts StORY HOUR >" -1 .
and( Mrs. Floyd! ( Wlg :tas '-" :trl ,1 6' r J .
where Mr. Saunders is the A.T., THE!; .LIBRARY
of Brooker were hoata'at.,. a h'S Si
new administrator, of Brad- *
bridal luncheon Saturday.Oct2I "Take1 'off 'with BOOKS" 'and LASTINGCARE EE
ford County Hospital. Sho
: at the Holiday Inn: honor- coma with'us to all the places = \ '
also paid tribute to :Mrs. i .. 't
ing their n e ph e w, ,John booka'can'taka, : )'ou"'during the S ii, N'
Smucker, who has been .a.
Schnauss, and his fiancee; 48th annual celebration. .of
valuable member of the Aux Miss Jeanett Denmark both! ot National Children's B o 6 k
HERE lllary for many years. At Jacksonville.. Week, October 29 November

i present president-elect' ', Mrs. Smucker and heads fa The long dining: table was 4. :Curta ns: & "Dra est

mittee.the Volunteer Services Com centered: with and a silver fall floral compotesheld arangemenf be"Take the 'thenia'for off with the Books".library'sweek' will! 1

I nuts and mints. Bridal Start Hour Thursday,
Mrs. Kincaid 'presented lace! cards( marked' the seat Oct. :'::6,-from 3:30: to"4:13: p.m..
I Mrs. Smucker with a special Ing arrangement for the 20 Mrs. Carl Minx will be Storyteller ,
service pin, and expressed ruests. : All' children ages <8 i 1 : WRINKLE 1
regret on the part of the en- t Tieenly) ; window treatment Chats SHRINK-PROOF. OOF. WASHABLE ;
Among those attending were through 9 are Invited to come.LITTLE
\, 510 North First Street; tire membership at her loss the bride-elect's 'mother 'and<(3 : '. 'SAFE,,,SUNSAFE and never needs ironing. Combine' all' these'amazing features with a ,sm'art ,

LAKE In return Mrs. Smucker her grandmother and 'the WOMEN fashion look and Chats Fiberglas' drapes and utUi. .7'i, -
CITY, FLA. !spoke] a few words of grati- groom-elect's mother. TO SPONSOR DANCE .
tude for the cooperation of ,
Three Blocks North of City. Hall the membership In her hospital The :LittleWoapen'a i : ...Clubof I ? }
\ .at Foot of Overpass. work. Starfce ,la sponsoring a DRAPES
As guests were leavin; Told Homecoming Dance;.at the
.. ,
they were Invited onto the old armory. ; after* the football ;' I
New Line of Homes I patio to view the pool, with Mr. and Mrs .James H. game' Frtiay:! ,. .until 12 r ,-

Its central fountain, and the Faulkner' cf Starke announce o'clock. UFO Band. Advance. $ 49 .- $ 99 .'
OPEN FOR BUSINESS gardens which' were effective the engagement of their tickets! : may be purchased 48x63 5 48x84 5
I lighted by Japanese lan-. daughter, Carolyn to John from, any; member, for ,$i.25; 1 .r r
terns. JoBtlck, son of Mr. and Mrs. at the dOOr;.' 150.

Emory Phillips John Dees Approximately 40( mem- Rheaa Bostick, of Oalnesville. The dance is for.BUS students Choose from modern desrgn patterns florals, scenic and l
bers and guests attendedthis The bride-elect Is a gradu- grades' 9-12; guestsfrom
delightful occasion. ate of Bradford High, School out o!-,,town; and former solid colors. In white, beige gold and combinations: of :
and is employed at the University .-students up to 19 ,years. white/blue white/red beige/go! -r "IY :

-- of Florida College of cnndlMt------_._d' hv_ t.hll R.t.t"n. '"
Medicine. Mr. Bostick Is .a Department.; 1 .
graduate of P. K. Tongs High r
$49 $
School and Is a senior at the FIRST METHODIST 48x63 48x84, 49.2

YOUR LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER t University The wedding of Florida.will take place CHURCH, STAKKJS ,

December 9 'at:7- p.m.' in the Sunday Church School 1"", The Maraclay style In solid colors only of white or befgw. t. r'r' 1
First Christian Church), Starke. : a.mr; Morning Worship r.
: SATURDAY OCT. 28 ---- 5 P.M. All friends and relatives are 11 a.m.; Snack supper for Has all the quality Fiberglass features. ,,-- "* ,
: invited to attend. MYF; 6.p.m.; MYF1 meetings,
i:30: p m.; :Evening: Worship. ,
1:30: p.m.
t Turkey DinnerAt Wednesday Bible Study

TOBEA St. Marks and Prayer Meeting p.m.
1' )
Thursday Chancel Choir
The Women of St. Mark's Rehearsal, 7:30: p.m.
Episcopal Church will have a Friday Junior Choir. Rehearsal -
68 Oldsmobile turkey dinner on Thursday, 3 p.m.BAPTIST t, CAFE SETS .
Youngsmobile Nov.< 2, from 5:30 to 8 at the.'
'arlsh House with Mrs. Clyde WOMEN'S '
CAFE,46X36, VALANCE: 60X11
.." 'I' ..... Terwlllogar as chairman DAY OF PRAYER .
Ticket? are $1.5O-for adults '
." and 75c for children up to. 12 The; Baptist Women's Day r $199 (
years. The public Is cordially of 'Prayer will be held at 9 N 5319"se

TWIN WINNER Invited to attend. a. m. Monday. Nov. 6, in the land

First Baptist Church sanctuary ; ; ) sx; f The $2.99 In Fiberglass color of white, pink; gold and
everyone Is Invited to
Garden Club Irv'redarid
take advantage /of :tile opportunity ,3 f green. The $3,19; inxhQic: .of, beautiful prints
Has Demonstrationi 'for wilted"' prayer. cad+ f 1 ', gold blue' and'lcf.; ".. / .

i Starke Garden Club had .

GRAND' PRIZE I r program on Fall arrangements fimmy Blackshear. r'' sS .
at the meeting (Monday Is Wounded, t

i L.night FuUwood.at the home .of Mr. L. I On Vietnam Duty.. IAI1LEIl[ ] } From Carp'sI

Members were reminded of I Pfc. James 'Q. :Blackshear' ,
the annual district meeting inOca.1a. .
19, of I
Klwsley. Lake, was
on 1 OV. 0. I .
Mrs.. L. V. ..Kardln 1'4V 4 wounded by .a, Viet Cynjr BTe- THERMAL BLANKET
nade Oct. 9 wbil
I on 14
10-000 duty >
: Harvest.demonstration, door op arrangement making a Tuyhoa, Vietnam. 7 omplete/ selection Keeps baby extra] warm lit winter but '
Blcks&ear,4 the son oX .4r. Is cool In the 'summer. guaranteed ( '
during the program. Plants 9 9
and Mrs. machine or wgshabi.in/ ; solids
James M. .
Blaclcslwarof prints $2.
were exchanged for dish gard of toddler and stripes and .
Klngsley! Lake. His mother : ... .
ens. S3.99 VALUE.. .. . .
reported that young Black', -

2 OLDSMOB1LES OF YOUR CHOICE PLUS Recent Births fire shear In was'an. C&Ui'htIn encounter/ with.a cross the infants wear! i Famous NAME EZ brand BRAND warm thermal. KNIT knit SLEEPERS ft

Bradford County Hospital Viet Cong. He has. been on I with non-slip soles 2 piece 'In prints or 1$19 >'
BALANCE IN CASH duty in Vietnam 1-4. '
THE two months solid combinations. Sizes
announces Mr. and.the Mr following> James 1 births: Lin-: .and has 10 more to EO. 2-PC. COORDINATED PLAYWEART $229 VALUE ... 4'. : .

wood Rboden.Jacksonville! a Blacluhear; has been hospitalize. Corduroy pants with matching tops \ SPENCER KNIT TRAINING PANTS
son James Llnwood Rhoden .! with' a wound ,under of corduroy, cotton knit or woven" '
Register Now Jr., Oct. 18. his left shoulder. and It was plaids. Infants to 18 mo., toddlers 24. $2.99 Made with double thickness of ,
Mr, and Mrs. Lonnie Arthur also found that he and.most $3.50 VALUES ... . : lock cotton knit: and terry Sizes cloth.0 Inte"3| FOR-$1 Ofl
the finest you can buy.
Redding Jr.. Starke, a daughter of his company have rc-alarla. SWEATERS .
At Baldwin Chevrolet Oldsmobile Stephanie, Oct. 23.; '_ nit la attached. to Co.. A INFANTS & TODDLER ..
\ Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hulen 173rd ,Armored Bo. In Orion trime.sCoat solids with embroidery $199 TO STRETCH NYLON. TIGHTS '
style for boys or '
Shealey Graham a daughter.Ginger :
Infants to 18 mo., toddlers 13. Non-run nylon, knit"to fit with plastic
U. S. 301 North Phone 984-7500 Starke, Florida I Tellsa, Oct. 22. Adjustable Vinyl '''Book s. +$399 pant built.In. A comfortable garment $1'00
Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert D1j Covers. All pleas SO ccota'e*. for the crawling stage. Size 6 to IS mo.
;Jones,. Starke, a son. Oct. 2,3.hl: at The Tek 1\pb. -. >


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11t1'1Ro1DAY ____n_ __ __ __ __ ,

;r.tiurse Predicts Big Red Puts Up Tough Fight

.-.Homecoming Game Palatka Battles To 13-7 Over Tornadoes"I've

[ To 62 Wide/ Open

told you there is, I ford Field to capacity and I had nor been finding their] i! Tornado 13 yard line.

: Tcbntlnued' :From Pago one stop the Dogs' running game. no honor in losing, but many had to stand. I mark with consistency as the With time running out the

: Every man on the Tornado -I I'm proud that you playedas So exciting was the fourth j Tornadoes suffered' from a bad Brave defense fell back to prevent *

will hurt our chances: but I line played well In fact well as did," Coach period comeback effort of the er 1x'3 case of the jitters. a long Belote pass. But
still feel we Tia>;e a good Tornadoes that moat ,
beyond expectations, last' everybody Ron Origgs took a short the Bradford quarterback completed -
David Ilurse told his Tornado
chance, says Coalh Horse. was standing tot ,the last
week in the loss to Palatk Palatka kick off and returnedit three short ones, two
Live Oak quarterback Chip The Toinadoee played their gridders in an emo- five minutes during which the 1 1 to his 39. to Origgs and one to Johnny

Harris a 186 pound senior, best !game of the season In tion choked voice after Tornadoes continually threat': N"+ 'a t Turnad.JIlt Back: Warren, to the BHS 36.

has good speed and likes to: the 13-7 defeat, Conch Horse their 13-7 loss to big Pa- ened to win the contest with ,', 'A'' u N On first down Belote hit Another pass to Origga'

run the ends on the keeper. say. Idtka here Friday night. one< of Belote's 34 pannes. K Elder on a 19 yarder to the missed, but Patrick, on one of

When he does throw, he A surprisingly tough TornAdo ( A blocked punt, knocked .t ;4 r i ir + Palatka 42. A pitch-out to tailback his few offensive plays, went.

does so on the pass-run. defense kept the undefeated down by captain Andy Mayton, Y Larry Mercer went three through the loose Palatka defense

Blocking back Veru Roberts, B-Squad Bows Braves In midfield, ef gave the Big Red one chance + yards on first down for 17 yards to the Brave

a 150 pound junior, !la littlebut fectively pclfllng the Palatka from the Palatka 23. One of Belote's serond down pass 47.

has good speed and will To Palatka/ running game Conch Hurse Belote'a four Incomplete' passes fell Incomplete, 'tout then he Belote then threw two passes

: "crack you":_ according to said his underdog Tornadoes was almost caught by end hit Griggs, who displayed good \t'o Mercer first in the right

the BHS scouting report. In 20-13 Loss I IPalatka' plaYed well Dough> to win Ronnie Griggs on the one yard I I moves as a runner after ha flat then the left and both
: Biggest men in the Bulldog !- except for two, mistakes on 1 line, but' he couldn't find thehandle. t ""' caught the ball Friday night, went for 10 yards to the Pa

e line are right tackle I' pass defense ''on. a 13-yarder Cb the Fulatka latka 27.Belote.
: Wayne Cheney, Andy's cousin Baby Braves came In the closing minutes of tae 28. then ran for three
.. ,.
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from behind to take Bradford'Bsquad "c. < I "
At 205 the senior is I ,i' game the Tornadoes drove 63 i Mercer ran for two yards yards after being chased deepon
20.13n/ ,, i. 4 4a
grldders aeesi
: strong and tough, but blocks : yards from their own 13 to + Y II to keep the Braves honest forBelote'e a pass attempt His second
content lust I
< w ThursdayOct
Mike Pittman, the Palatka 24, but time ran I Incomplete tfo ChILlIt. -
high Center i ,I next two tosses. The try was .
: 20 Bradford Field
a 205 pound junior, is big The score, on was tied 7-7 : ,#.\,.. r out. Belote completed five i j junior BHS quarterback, "who, I _._..on" .In__ the. end zone.
going .
but slow. into the fourth period I '' passes before the clock .caught Two I Tornado :blnrkerw lay a Palufku. rump for ynnlagein an unmiial. stare In gained poise right before J!Js With 29 seconds left in the
with him.
One of the Bulldogs' best When Bradford' end Jftn Temple i up In a final effort to. conserve!Brave low quarterback. Billy Brl k>4e the 13-7 low" Friday night. No. 31 !la Starke's fan's eye the 1 second half, game Belote cpmpleted a short
p&ys is the"wide trap on the went to fullbacH J. Roy Chas- one to John Warren on third
Palatka ,
Intercepted a pans .yy tflme the BHS quarterback J toy Chesteen.
tackle and Live Oak's two with five minutes left to play j teen for four yards down The Blanker fell inbounds
lined >V steam without a
: guards are good at It. Right The Tornadoes failed to make huddle and threw up a out Hood had two chances to kick Palatka had tJit ball as the JoCen I Martlneau !in the flat Then on. third! down, com- and ,the clock kept
guard Danny Edwards >is a .y pass the extra when Tornadoes I. pletely fooling the Brave de- ticking off the seconds.
that break good, ''but It placed of bounds to stop the clock point the fourth quarter\ openedI.JI1d at Martlneau caught) the pass
1'711 pound Junior and left drew a penalty the first it seemed I fense, Belot'e threw to Grlggs With no time outs left Be
Palatka In a hole on the fol. with .two seconds left but it on things were go- down around hie knees and
: guard Warren Jernlgan, a lowing exchange of the ball L' was fourth down and the ball first but both went wide: Ing badly for them. From his then 'outran three Tornadoes who was in the clear and lote stopped the clock by

: 160 pound senior, Is. quick A fumble was recovered in went over to Palatka.PlayByPluy. Both teams played ferocious own 37 yard line fullback Hart Into the end zone for a 02- raced into the end zone without throwing a quick toss out'of
and stays low the end zone by the Tornadoes defensive football the remainderof got Just one yard. Tlnsley' ran yard touchdown which' looked a main> near. him. The play bounds, but it came on fourth
On the wide trap the Bull Vhe1 third period. for 20 second If : covered 26 yards. down and the\ Braves got the,
Tlrwley down
:a few minutes later. The ball d'a b, If' was the second defeat in on but a as It came, from a broken
: dogs will try to trap the Tor was placed on the 20-yard line y; r two games for the Tornadoes Intercepted a Belote pass but, 15-yard penalty called on 'pla'). The Tornado TD came with ball with two. seconds left.

nado tackle and .double team 'and a few plays later quarterback r after a 30 winning Cohen got the ball back for, Tlnsley pushed the boll, back to Hood made good his extra 8:04: left in the game .Mercer Praising the Tornadoes for

: the end to give Cheney a Benjle Mojcley took the streak stretching game all the Starke when he hit TInsley I t'ne Palatka 38.Itravcn point: kick and the Braves had kicked the extra point on his their effort secret a good

big hole. They also run the ball in for a touchdown on a back to 1984 when they were way, hard and recovered the Brave Strikn what seemed like a comfortable second try after Palatka was team, Coach purse told them

: wide cross buck very well. abort sneak The extra point downed 21.1;$ by Lake CIty quarterback's fumble. It was still first down when margin with 11:02: left In off sides on the first and BHS after the game:
The Bulldogs run from the attempt, a run, failed and BHS But this lose was encouraging.!. Palatka did make one first Tinsley was chased deep aa he the game trailed 137. ( defense came alive tonight.
I down but then tackle Charles to It was the Tornadoes' show ) They'll hear from us before
: I-formatlon and usually with led 13.7.But Five starters were already I attempted peas The Brave The Tornadoes had been un
a set man behind and outside with 60 seconds left I on the injured list and two I Smith grabbed another Tinsley I quarterback finally tossed a able to run on Palatka all for the final eight minutes. the season is over."

one end. They also run the game, Palafoa tied it In.j I { more, guard Steve Crawford I fumble at the Starke 43. low wobbly pass to Wingback night long and Belote's passes Fans. stayed on) their feet as Referring to the Tornadoes)
: I the Big Red defense, smelling fight down to the wire and the
the the
from dead backfield. with a long pass into end and hackle Allan Crawford. '
}' a comeback, held Palatka on injuries, the coach: said:
When they do throw 150 zone. The extra point< try was
were out in the first quarter
: pound senior end ClydeSperrlnff stopped by the Tornadoes.The Friday. Palatka's downs. "You've got pride and guts

] >Is fast and has Braves kicked off to i it Bradford tame eat tensely In Win Hardest FoughtIn Comeback Try and that's what'out.we'll" play on

: good hands. He is labeled the Tornadoes and on the first the seats almost ,breathlessly Captain Andy.:\,! Mayton then from mow on.

"tough" on the BH3 scoutIng down after the kick Palatka's burst through to block Hood's Statistics
quiet as they waited for the
report. bloats Intercepted a Moxley punt from the Brave 43. Hood BUS Palatk
big Palatka team to break 1 Florida Play Last WeekA
recovered the blocked kick but? First Downs 8 14
: BH3 quarterback! Billy: Be- pese-and raced 80 yards down ; lose as they were supposed Coda
lote will get a chance to direct the sideline for the winningTD ar But ,the first halt ended the Tornadoes god the' ball.Of. } Rushing Yds. 12 135
hard fought victory anda David Barber 170 I the Palatka 23. Passing Yds. 157 95
his passing and running with just a few Seconds In a scoreless deadlock and no- pound' Bolles. 1-4-0; fit Augustine
attack against a 5-4 defense remaining in the game. body knew what to think. Injuries tie featured. play in the senior back, booted the extra 1 j 0-3-1. The Tornadoes had a golden Passes Passes'' Comp'i.: 103413
Dale Johns scored Brad Florida Star Conference Fri point which proved to be but four Belote Int. by 0 3
Just like the Tornadoes run. } had dwIndled the Tor- I All games: Palatka. e-ao;
ford's fist TD on a 40 yard day' with the Palatka. Braves very Important later in the passes fell incomplete. The Punting Arr. 9-33 8-2S
Live Oak normally] substitutes jiado squad that only mine men Lake City, 6-0-0: Live Oak,
run. outlasting a battling team game, and the Jackets led quarterback almost 1 found Fumbles Lost 0 :SYds.
five men on defense. BU p were left on the bench. 5-0-0:; Starke, 3-2-0; Orange
Cheney plays one tackle and "Costly errors," said Coach encouraged by the first half of Starke Tornadoes, 13-7, 7-0 Park 2-3-1: Bolles 2-4-0; Griggs on his third try, but : Penalize 30 39
205 pound Hank Ratllff Chuck Mason as the reason n defensive show, local fans at and the winless St. Augustine The Raiders took advantage St. Augustine, 0-5-1. the end was off balance and Score'! by Quartera: '
BHS .__ __. 0 0 O 7- 7
Yellow Jackets fought of a blocked punt to the ball high. The ,pigskin ? ,.
comes In to take the other for the loss. "Everybody dida the halt were saying the Tor This week's schedule'
: Palatka ____.. 006 7-13
an unlucky band of Raiders score in the final touched the end's hands
period at for
Junior Terry Bosserman! good job, Mason said of hisTornadoes' nadoes would, as usual, come
175 holds down the middle- effort against a back strong in the second half from Orange Park to a 7-7' the Jacket 30 yard line Mainland at Falatka,] an instant but Grlggs was unable Touchdowns.:
K stalemate. where Joe Thursday f non-conferencel 1. to hold !it and the ball IX1 26 !.
; guarvl spot. Defensive ends much bigger Palatka eleven, But that wasn't quite so either Orlssett grabbedthe PHS Griggs, yl
are Bobby Fisher, 155-11 "But a few mistakes at the The Tornado offense, crippledby The other three Florida lose ball and the 200 Friday Live Oak atj I fell to the ground' at the !'It- pose from Belote. '

and Mike Hampton 170-10. wrong time cost us the win" End Ronnie the lose of two starting Star Conference teams romped I pound Raider senior tackle Starke [conference]; St. latka three. Palatka 1) Tlnsley, 1 yd.
Grlggs haulsIn
The remainder of the Bull- The Tornadoes had a recordof linemen and with fullback Tex over outside opponents lumbered 29 yards for the Belote's fourth pass was sneak; 2)) Martineau, 26 yd.
Augustine at Bolles
one of the five aerials bcaught [conference -
pegs go both ways Including .two wins and three IOSMS Patrick seeing duty mostly (on with ease as Lake City TD and Mark Moore Raider partially blocked aa the Brave pass from Tinaley.THERIGHT .
-the entire backfIeld: after the Palatka tilt They Friday night for 65 defense because of a bad knee,I chalked up their sixth win full back, booted the game ]; Lake City at Rlch- defense put on a rush

: : The homecoming tilt; will were scheduled to, play in St yards. The junior Is the Tornadoes' made only two first downs the! of the season, without a loss tying point through the uprights ands: Tallahassee: [non-con- Palatka took over at the

: ;Jwobably boll down toarhettier1 Augustine Tuesday night In a leading receiver first}? half and eight all night.1 by slaughtering Double \, for the 7"7 snore : ference] : Forrest [Jacksonville Brave 23 and made two first POINT for 'the

'' or not the Tornado I game switched at the lost minute Pass plays set up one Brave Unable to dent the big Pa Ocala' < 47-7 Live Oak whipped The' Live Oak Bulldogs Cutoff ] at Orange Park [conference downs as the clock wound way you write. Come 'In

: )defense which showed Itself to avoid the Tornado TD and accounted for the latka ]line, the Tornado passing Perry 19-0, 'and Bolles, a Perry drive at their 3 ]. down Hood punted 34 yards and select ;your favorite ES-

.tough, against Palatka. can, Whirl Thursday ;night. other. Otherwise the Braves attack which featured a new riding the momentum of yard: line late In the game and the ball rolled dead at the TERBROOK fountain pen.. ,
.II were never Inside the Tornado fullback in motion wrinkle, their win over Starke a! to stall off a-score after An
35. was the whole offense. Brad week ago clobbered Admiral dy Cheney, the Suwannee J -

Why should the "Cheapest" Color Set Bradford's lone TD in the ford had only 12 yards rushingand Farragut, 35-0. High's running ace had climaxed i

fourth period also come on a 135 passing The fullback The Palatka win over two drives with one
cost a working man a months pay? I in. motion extra Starke sweet, for
pass play from quarterback put pressureon was revenge 'yard drives for scores as the.,

Billy Belote to end Ronnie the Palatka secondary. The the Billy Bennett coached Bulldogs scored their fifth MY BROTHER *
A'are s.. Grlggs who was all alone whenhe tense young Tornadoes had team which has suffered a straight victory. IN HAS 50O
caught}? the ball and scooted men In the open but? passes tie and two defeats at the The Lake City Tigers INSURED/ ) SAVINGS -

Into the end zone went wild and were dropped hands of the Tornadoes dur- clawed the Double A Ocala AND LOAN ASSOCIATION' WHATS HE SAVING !'OR' ?
Unable to get through the In. the first half. ing their long winning skein Wildcats beyond belief an

I tough Big Red defense in the Held within the 35 yard lines which Bolles broke a week they scored often on the

I|' first half, Palatka finally In the first half by the stubborn ago passing of Bryan Johnson as

scored on a 69 yard drive in Tornado defense, It was The St. Augustine Yellow he struck with a 9 yarder to

,:.;... the third period to make it the Braves who came back Jackets made a homecomingcrowd Craig Busby, hit Pete Ole-
,i 80. The Braves added their strongest in the second half. happy with a fine defensive beig with a 21 yard aerial 1C

41 __ y>+t second TD early In the fourth Hampered by eight fumbles, battle as the homo found Robbie Dobelsteln for ,

y 'period on what looked like a the Palatka eleven, foutedas, team stopped the passing a 20 yarder and climaxed his '

broken pass play which ended one of the best Clang A teams attack of Mickey Brok&s and performance with a one
successfully Wingback Ken In the state, got up steam Charles
HudgIns as they yard keeper for a TD as the
:Mart neau took quarterback enough for one TD drive. completed only two of 19 Tigers were" in complete

Hollis Tlnsley's wobbly pass Palatka Pushes passes. The St. Augustine command of the ball for the ,

.....---.... and raced 45 yards on a play Sophomore safety John team scored ,in the second entire game
that covered 63 yards to make Theobold intercepted a Belote I
period as they took advantage Oeorge Tomllnson led the
PHILCO" It 13-0 with 11:02: left In. the pass at the Palatka 29 yard of a bad Orange Park Bolles School Bulldogs to,

CUSTOM COLOR TV game. line to start things. snap to take the ball on theRaldel" their solid victory over winless : Tb: H6LP PAY HIS
Undaunted the Tornadoes Tailback Larry Brinson,, a I
31 and two a Admiral .
peases Farragut as WAY THROUGH Coit1G
267 SQUARE ,,INCHES name right back on the arm of bruising runner, went 13 yard 17 yarder to J. B. Burney, a they scored In every period .

Belote, who completed four of up the middle. But he was 150 pound senior back, anda holding a 14-0 edge at half-1'
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stopped cold on the next
I five posses on a 61 yard drive, playas 12 yarder to Jim Stansel, time.
| to make it 13-7 with 8:04: left the Tornadoes' Willie Cohen a 148 pound senior end to AH Star StandingsConference I
AT in the gume.Hometown. and Charles Smith closed I I
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fans filled Brad- the hole. Cohen had nine
there quarterback Jack Nes- ka 3-0-0: Lake '
City 3-0-0;
,| tackles and six assists l .ito lead
for Tornado defense from his I bit, a 170( pound senior, Live Oak, 2-0-0: Starke, 1-2-

.. mlddleguard spot while tackle I sneaked !in for the seOl'e.and 10;' Orange' Park 1-2-1:1;: g'

Charles Smith had five tackles|* .
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and four assists. ,

+ 1 The next play, however! ,
gave the Brave the lift they rl 1r

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Y tie ; .
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THURSDAY, OCT ,", 1987 JaftdnpORD.CdirrI'C''rl1PmtAPn'MArt1tp1' : : ..KU1hft1C'
ECT'ON 1 r- PAOI ,,;-"
the city sewer system, 'but the'

Board members directed 'Casey ..
price...'" attempt to Pbtaln a better. ,[lee You At

Casey said the new vo-tech
neuter :will bo comol...t a same
time next week and cases are -
I tentatively set to begin there ,'
I on Monday Nov. 6. ]Equipment1!,,
i is set to be moved to the new,
j school on the weekend prior
'j that date.A "I I
"salt f i ii tour of the vo-tech centre1'
by the Crown Council of Chambers ', \ ;
of Commerce' Is slated I
Nov. 16 as part of nn 'edu-' ,
cational industrial visit to
Bradford County. I #
Lunch will be served to the : a
"visitors! In the center's new:
restaurant'* style cafeteria. The I
visitors will also be taken on'I
a tour of the various Brad-
ford industries Including Bradford : -,
i+aq tc I Furniture, Big: Dad Manufacturing -: TORNADOES VS LIVE OAK
)I : Co.. the dUPont Co.,
Owen Joint, Mutual Lumber, a
poultry plant and tho Florida
I Hydrocarbons Plant, at Brook-,
i, or The gas 'plant will enter'I
tale the visitors at a ) \
cue at the end of tho bar-be-I. !
; 1iin.V. Power Plant I

: ",; h a :Expansion FRIDAY, OCT. 27-7:30 P.M

I IOn ScheduleThe Y

city's power plant ex.
panslon project Is on schedule
r according: tto Utility Supt.' BRADFORD. HIGU SCHOOL STADIUM
Oscar Davis. -J -
r, "The contractor Is building;,'I
forms for the foundatlon C anew
1750-KW generator"

Davis said Monday, "and he I .
will be ready to pour concretefor
the foundation by the end I
Halloween's H ere! of this --week.
Davis also reported' that w
Ceorge Graudon, power plant _
The gala uplrlt of Halloween IK typifiedIn Elementary :School! PTA Carnival Wednesday foreman. ,Is at the Buffalo I_ 1a '
the Milling furrit of theun four HtHeIndians afternoon. Starting from the bottom: N Y., plant of the Worthlng- __
I ..'...m Corp., for Instruction on jrtuJu*yK J r ''ff Tuiikf'siH'ipt i.aemn&
ull from Ihivta *
the same family maintenance of the new machine -
by the camera! during a pause art tho Starker Kddlc;.. and Jimmy Akrhlgo. ,

The superintendent said the ,,,
w. w changeover,\ at the power plant
Is being: done In the -off-peak
season, to minimize any difficulties
which might arise
during the rebuilding of the .,
1 1r
I plant. '
Target date for completion vq .a
of lne $650,000 project Is .next 1
4 April 1.., t', ..
r iy '
wr O.K. To Use ;

Turn Signals r

Changing Lanes BHS BAND

I If.* still all right to use your \ ,
It turn signals to warn other
+ Qc
I .Y motorists that you're planning I
% t'o change lanes of traffic,

: t l' State Rep. W. H4 Reedy of ,, BRADFORD. ., .. HIGH. .SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE t
t t ; '
Jrv Eustla made the announcement .. '\
) Monday after discussing the Sept. 15 Macclenny 13 Starke 26 Oct. 27 Live Oak .. HomeS
tAblwr matterwith Florida Highway 7
'Jtatlbt'Behind + Patrol officials in "Tallahassee.The p't.' 22 Santa Fe 13 Starke 25 '

FlIP had announced ear- ..Nov. 3 Fernancl/na/ .. .Away,
lier that It believed a new!1967 .
; Sept. 29 St. Augustine 0 -:= Starke 19 '
law made the use of directional 'HomeOct.
Nov. 10 Lake City .
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Winners 'In the contume Judging for tho "Little Ked Riding Hood" signals Illegal.-indicate lanechanging 6 Open . .

Starke Elementary'. 6th Grade were Sally ijrulHe I I. two-year-old Greg Jackson son A further study of the law, Nov. 17 Orange Park. Away
Terode well dlnyulxml as an old man with however, has determined that Oct. 13 Bolles 21 Starke 7
of :Mr. and Kin. Tom Jacknnn, who seems
beard and cure (left), and larry ]u\lcl, continued' use of turn signals Nov. 24 Bishop Kenny '. Home
Andrews In wig and burlap as. a "Cave to 1m having the time, of hlH life at the Carnival's for lane-changing Is permias- Oct. 20 Palatka 13 Starke 7 -

Man" duck pond.: able and even encouraged.

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Under Study By School Board Having firm bids every four THAN MY8EL.P. Hllfned: HSU H '" :
Jean VV. Holmes. !UO/att! atp ll/
months increases the competition --- -
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Bids School Board members
on approximately were NOTIVI3NOTECE "Let's Have Another :Winning SealiOnEDWARD'S' ENJOY DELICIOUS MAliLARD'S 5 &,10
000 of foodstuffs for Brad able to break their schedulesto "Tliafj: one reason we have 18 HKKKBY GIVEN :
ford's school cafeterias were attend. The contract period. been 'able to keep our school that to the nfffticeln undersigned business, desiring under -- Kentucky Fried ChickenAfter Your Friendly Store :
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have a meeting to evaluate 1''>foodstuffs every three or ( of Urudror'l County, Florida. 1968 DODGE 'NOW AT" :
the bids Monday( but only two four months Supt''! Cpsey says A bid from one contractor Maitland Wtlltrhmd. '' STATE BANK r
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BRADFORD COTTNTT TIL1Coa'AI'I!: 'atAft3o' iOtim T1HTR3DAT, OCT. !If__i911"
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clzcd the mileage members of ed there Is. about $3,000: leftover Game Supervisor $37.50.
the staff of the jfoighborhood as the Oct. 31 end of Ell Gibson, reckless driving, INVITATIOV' : TO BID

Labor Dept. Funding Date UncertainFor Service Center proj.! <:t;. ider- year approached. She requested Heard At RotaryTruby driving without a license and HTATM PUHCHASIMU BY : COMMIINIO'V. -

way in Clay County1'turned In and was given permissionto leaving the scene of an accident ''ALLAIIAJIUiIi, : ).
with :Lee, North Florida fined court cost's of $6.60 FLORIDA
for rvlmburseliumt for October,, purchase equipment
Youth Prpjvct blrrptftr ffh H f 1 Ie" those funds. Heney explainedthat Area District Supervisor with on each CB8e.Howard Competitive Saulud. Bid.
CUBB's Neighborhood Corps. the Game Management DI- will b. received br the 8fi t.
Holmes turned 'iri* XUileags" totaling if the fund were not Motley, failure to, : until"
I 2,TOO ttMof MA Assistant spent by rae end of the budget vision of foe Florida Game have vehicle under control and I 10:00 Purchanlnr:>> AM. Communion BST. on !' date l
Dlreftof Susan Rudder .reported fear they would revert back Commission, spoke at the Rotary causing an accident and driving Down; for the Sal. of mirplusproperty.
Uncertain when the new rectors Monday night that ey to hire a project director they would not attended I abou 1,300. mlle\ .*. of to' the federal government.Next Club last week, review- without a license fined November. 1H87- Pins Gum.
Youth the Labor Department has at $150 per week. But since classes and finish the pro Ing measures being* taken by court costs of '8.CO and given
2M4J.OOO Neighborhood: I travel. Holmes. was not prrs- year's budget nIght even Bid Blanks, conditiOns: and
project will be funded by the assured him since Au;,. 1 the I the program has not been gram. entbutMrs; .Rudder etrplalned be out by that amount of his department to Improve< two weeks to obtain driveralicen.lu I specifIcations) mar. b.. .ubtained -
will be funded but funded! and the starting data In other action at the"I hunting conditions for Florida from the Mtat. PurclmnlnVtomml
-Department of Labor project turned back, he said.
:JT. that much ,travel Is Incurred money. I Hton, Room III WilI -
.&h* tyur-county ,CUBB Eco"homlc naive given him several uncertain In the face of the CUBB meeting: delivering food to the ,y*rlous It: was Indicated that about sportsmen. Rufus George Jr.. allowing I I haul L>. Bloxham uiiUtng.Tallahassee. ,
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I Florida.Al
starting dates. the latest vacillation. In: the Labor Department's Lee said that during 1936: ,
la sputtering tJUt
Agency A 22-year-old Nero from day-car centers'in count,; *13.400 remains unspent inradZord' unacthorlzed person to drive, J. Day
wits efforts to ready: the Nov. 6. Just a WCBK away.'I'h.Inkh.g regional office in : & the first year of the establishment I Exeoutlv Director
Atlanta the Board rescinded Euatls Bertram Robert Dir. H.ny' e&Mutt;d" with Head Start pro- of the Camp Elan/ding forf "4 bond of 02.90. 10/88 Sc liSI
jjrotrram.'CUBB the project was Fountain was named asslst- the Board ft-atn. Those funds will also
im'bpr' objectionto :
those instructions Monday Management? Area, only 247 __ __ __ __
Director W Pjitney I to begin Nov. 1 the Board and director of CUBB. A \he mileage; ite.,4Id I i he Ba spent for equipment before hunters visited the area. Last n

told his board! of di- had Instructed Director Hen- Ten applications. were rea.dI special effort was made to had wondersd/ why fhhl/lh/ the budget year ends next season 24,000 hunters visitedthe

I the Beard by Heney. then. obtain a qualified Negro for figures, which .totaled] l8 8 tor week.!\ 70.000-acre area, he said. FISH MARKET

turned over to a personnel the CUBB staff Heney said. that one' project had rot been. Mrfi. Rudder reported thatsewing The speaker was Introducedby ?LLEE'S

"'I7 committee for evaluation Fountain is a graduate of ntione4 Jut month when. the typing and shorthand Carl Hurst, who had chargeof "
vie re Shoot'in' The Board indicated n special Florida A & M In Tallahassee Board approved'bill. Hf'ftey' seetn to be most in demand in the program. HAS MOVED TO

meeting can be held 1 il with a bachelor of science said he .had told Holme he iay'*, service centers. The'

the project Is funded! before degree in agricultural science. was not being pud 9960 per typewriters and sewing machines -

another meeting.< ', Heney had. been given per- month to dellvef food.' will be purchased for MAYOR'S COURTNine Cor Thompson & \Washington Sts

The Neighborhood Youth mission by the CUBE Boardto Mrs. Dsreye5cpUlna) ; to the that program.
I Corps project Is designed to hire the assistant direc Board that Ci e budgets for the An.. in Starke cases were disposed of :Acrc3 Street from Starke Builders Supply
attempt Is being madeto Mayor's Court before
give employment. to needy tor. Mr*. Ruth Darley who year-round Head Start, program Mayor Carl Hurst
boys and girls between 16 has been acting. in that position totaling, '114,000, for make the service centers night, Oct. 24.: Tuesday

and 19 years ot age who are will be shifted back to Bradford! Clay, and Union' referral centers for employ- Lonnie Woodburn, failure to Full Line Of

I' attending the school. Duringthe her old bookkeeper post. Mrs: Counties and the 144.000 qUBB ment services and for CUBB have vehicle under control and

school term they will ba Patty Crawford who has budget for ,next. year.have( hot programs. The day care service causing an accident fined
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; For 300 In Sunday School allowed to work 10 hour per been filling In at the book yet been completed. for small children will be con- court costs of 78.50. O FRESH FISH ---- SHRIMP

'. week and up to 30 during keeper post on a p .rt.-tlme The CUB bud .t of j 144,000
tinued in Lizzie
I the summer months.It basis will leave the staff at is the same ''as last'-ya.r.' the service centers Grlffls voluntary intoxication OYSTERS .-.- CRAB AND
until the forfe:ted bond of
SUNDAY AT 10 A.M. [ was Indicated that. the the end of the month, Hen Mrs. 'Rudder, .sistnt, dl. year-round Head $37. O.David.

150 students would be divided ey Indicated. recl'or of ,Cla '. Neighborhood' ( Start program begins next CRAB MEAT

; I among the four counties Board members also crttl-:1 Service Center project, report- June, Mrs. Rudder indicated. 1 Hatcher voluntary intoxication -
"Ride A Horse Hitch A
Wagon according to the number of forfeited bond of.

students enrolled. in the top

or Come In Your Car, But three grades of each county.

Director Heney said that will

Ya'll/ Come"'ROUNDUP give Bradford, 45 students. I I I _I _
Clay 65 with the remaining

I 30 being split between Baker

SUNDAYOCT. and Union Counties. .fl TTI

Beginning staff for the

29TH youth corps project will be ... -. ......,."'.oi"""" ...1o. '"'(". "
the director, ioLJII
project an assistant :

'* Bradford Roping Club to ride to church on director at $125 per I- CL..S..flII-: ''I''&HASTINGS UPHOLSTERY MATTRESS WORKS CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM cleaners re- -
week, and a bookkeeper at 1gti1f! ; H"'I' .
horses.' I 710 ,Lemon St. FiUatkuFurniture Gulf ServiceUSED conditioned $13: up. 10 different a -
: Special music to be presented in the morning I $90.There v. .I. Ii nurd i_... 0B name brands to choose from.
was discussion between Repaired PARTS
service. the Board and DIr. I ..h word ..*.* IB ___.S4 Upholstered & Refinished Top Price' for Wreekrd (Cari Parts & excellent repairs aW .- aI

.*. Dinner on the grounds immediately followingthe Heney as to where the pro- I Ii' Extra: chant. H ,not MATTRESSES 24 Hour Wrecker Service makes. JURIST SALES ASKRVICK
morning worship hour. I ''e"t director and staff would fill. ...Id I. .
q I work from. The CUBB HCSOL1 nose. New InnersprinKa -. Fuel Oil .-. 370-7110. tfchg
q ', S C ...!. .. and Box Springs
"' '<
Board favors making the 9
Pine Level Church '. ,'14 AAA S & II Gr wn "lIfI1p"Uwy.
Baptist In Bradford Drop Us A Card or Call
I central office :' qL CAIIO: 'OP THANHSM 301 N.VaJdo
County since CUBB'i main wi>.r .
warS .er BO. !*
IIIVVAY 100 WEST offices are her. Heney had MRS. PEOOY SMALLER A hOME OWNEUS

suggested allowing the pro .209 E. Adklna LACY CONWAY POLICY
.I< St.
D.. L. RAMSEY PASTOR ject director work from his SILVER SANDS LAKE 8tar1t1.... Agent FLYING SERVICE
home wherever it happens to $2,700 to 3.500 FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- For Mobile Homes I

be with visits being paid GATOR BONE;; LAKE. k I plan rentals. Creyhcund Hue That Qualify
I Charter. Keep your party together ONE STOP
the various counties as need $3,575 to' $4,275 ; CALL TIlE MAN

ed.There EASYTERMS, 964-6090.-. charter a bus. Phone FROM KEYSTONE

MAYTAGThe from were some strenaus. board obJections See S.E.: McKay INSURANCE tfchg George E. LaRue MASONRYMATERIALS

members tq that plan. They Key t n.;.lWghf;: "L.. AT REDUCED RATES: INSURANCE AGENCY

apparently felt the director jr1 1 473-4710 .r.71-U AUTo FIRE: BOAT Keystone Ills. 47.1-4692

Most DependableWashers should work from the office Phones. t1..u1.j.. DOYLE E. CONNER
in the USO Building here to 0 INSURANICE AOENOT
keep CUBB's work centralized DIn YOU KNOW'h's! .easy town < ., TilE RIGHT POINT for the Itnuly Mix: Concrete, Concrete
& Dryers You Can Own! "
., and In hand. I aBetter LontfchijnjJ'Honie' ? 4 GOLDEN KETTLE way you write. Com In and Block, Sand. Itock .

Designed For Use With Heney Bald however, tha.a built XorIh.rda3We OK PIIOXI3 604-7300 Myers Power ToolsArea select BROOK your favorite* KflTKR-!: : Cement, Mortar, Steel. Oyster .

Labor Department repre a a p ing. Your plan. ; 01' ours fountain pen. Shell.' Lhnerocl Roof
Permanent Press Fabrics UKAPIL
sentatlvewho- visited here Your lot or ours.: Contict Bu- TYPEWRITER RENTALS Headquarters For TJoLE'1 Gravel, freravt; Lintels and
Large {Capacity lint Filter ford Mitchellphone. 86468S3. : Lawnmower Power Tools
the Nelghborhooc Window Sill. .
said Day, week; or month.-Brail- Everything
SALES ('oldVater Woah Itlnso I. I I P. O. Box 238, Starke. BtcCulIoch Chain Sawn 11 I .
& Youth Corps project should ford County Telegraph. Phone Pumps & Water. FOR RENT Furnished for MMtonry ( luastruetios.ANNOUNCING .
2 Year Parts Free have separate office from tfOw: 964-A30S.. tf and 2 bedroom apartments.'
& Stratton Engine" l lA
,& CUBB and a separate bank' FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE Rentals. Sales Ren'Ice Unfurnished 2 bedroom

account as well.\ ready occupancy,! :3 bedroom ) 230 N.E. 16th Ave. house. W. H. Nollman. 810NT. New t
SERVICEAS There was also objection Itt bath. Located'Just )POWELL Gainesville 376-3411 Cherry St. tfcha

from some board:! members outside at city 'limits' in tfchg I Mix Plant
about the method of choosing Pinebreeze. Easy, monthly THE RIGHT PLACE to buy
students for the prog tifully engraved la gold. or terms. Longchamp .Conat Co. 220 ACRES FOR RENT-4 room and bath clean used furniture. We do atKeystone

ram. Herman Johnson Law- silver. $1.23 for box of 23 Including Contact Buford Mitchell Excellent natural drainage. furnished apartment. Call 964- household moving. Two houses Heights

: ley said needy students at envelopes. Bradford pone 964-6853,. P. O. Box 33SA feet HI-way 'frontage. 6852. tfchg for' sale. Fennell Bargain

RJE High School here weredlscr1rn1ne.ted. C'ounty Telegraph. tf 238 Starke. tfohg Suitable for development, Industry Center, Ph 964-5937. tfchg For Better Service To
because can
NO. 537-Priced Right! nacres That Area.
arranged. ON KINGSLEY
school officials picked with creek Good loca- TilE RIGHT POINT for the
Lake. Contact BuforJ! I
students they felt would tion for poultry farm. Just I I fi,, AquaticPlants 'Mit I way you write. Come in We Will Not B.
20 chell. phone P. O.
acres good land. Concrete 064-6893
the successfully. -
complete program
t7700. Terms. I block "house. Pecan trees. Box 238. Starke. tfchg I, and select your favorite ES. Undersold.
NO. 550 two Miles Out. 3 & ..SnallsTropical. TERBROOK founlaip pep. ;
Priced to sell.
Prln. Calvin Brown of the acres on U. S. 301. Older PORTABLE WELDING -

Dunbar School In Green home. Only $5500.STROUT Custom built porchesand I Bradford
LITTLE said he felt his Have two 2 BR homes.
Cove Springs patio rails. Ornamental COULD YOU SELL
school picked students fairly 2117 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Quick Move-In. post metal strips. OH drums! ,
AS WE FINANCE though some were rejected Fla. ((904)) 964-6604 ; BILL POWELL stands. Hwy. 16 North. Turnoff MOORMAN FEEDS? EngineeringCo.
because school officials felt I
Per FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 Real Estate at Crawford Bd. Phone Because of greatly expanded

10 Month OUR OWN bedrom hou'e at 323 W. PrattSt. 404 W. Madison St. 064-6113. tfchg line of products, we have an

Contact Mrs. R. E. Mun- Phone. opening: for local sales and i
: Off. 964-6464 WANTED L.
12 Wides P. Gas servIce -
rtorff at 639 E Laura St. after' service representative. Full .
and Installation for I
-Buy: The .Best Buy Maytag 8 p. m. tfchg I -with WE BUY used furniture, ap- keystone area, wllli Nationally time work. Thorough on-the- Phone Starke
Custom Made llances or anything of value. known Jab training and research
SINGER Each ahmers Discount House, 964- large organlZHtion. backing. Excellent
I For Florida Living aPurchase Must have chauffeur license 964-5403
7923. tfchg benefits. Home nights. Would
DIAL and between ages 29 to 35. We I
Get M... prefer> who
Winkler Electric Inc.PHONE person has beenIn
YOU o FOR. RENT Unfurnished 3 offer year round employment. business or farmed for self. Keystone Ready
Fer Your I I good to start,
and Gold Fish bedroom house. Easy walking wages paid va- All Inquiries held In strict con- Mix

961-7396 231 N. TEMPLE AVE. No Salaried or Commissioned MATIC distance'_to shopping. area. cation.: Free insurance and fidence. Glad to arrange interviews : Keystone
hospitalization free
Ph. 9645403. tfch plan retirement -
'p ?
.. Employe CONSOLE MODEL SEWING 5 000 I To Choose plan. Only experienced for evenings or Satur 473-4285
days. Contact: James W.
MACHINE Must place In I From WANTED Service Station men need to apply. Call '
DAD Steele, P. O. Box 65. Silver FOR RENT and
attendant, rooms <
r Ir"ir--.P------r: your area. A-l shape Zig! reliable someone 173-4351 for appointment o<*
I t r- LIKE TO WORK Zogs makes buttonholes Full Grown, First, who needs the work. Must apply Keystone Saf-Oas. Itchg Springs, Phone 236-2879. bath furnished cottage. Sit

1 _-:.--._#y-' .r \ flr fancy designs, sews on buttons -II ; Quality Tropical Fish have driver's license. Candy's 2tchg 12-26 .N'ona St -tfchg

I: t rMAN- : \. YOU Benefit! appliques monograms Regular 89c Value Gulf Heights.Station Ph. 473 4793 Keystone Starke house FOR SALE 3 bedroom- partly Big frame furn- FOR RENT 3 room furnIshed HAVE ACREAGE WIlL
etc. Sold for new for over upstairs
Aircondltlon.ed. SELL :
apartment. OR TRADIifQR.
I shed, Garage. On 2 lots. 725
Swordtails( phone 964-6707 tfohT12xS7
rI LAN Ail Sizes an Display McMahon St. Call 964-5453. automatic IB-IS CITY PROPERTY. Contact
Just pay balance $82 or assume .Platy' O. heat Newly decorated. Private Buford Mitchell phone 964-

CHE KI* 8-JO-12 th.Wide $8 monthly payments.I Variatua FOR rent 2 or BEDROOM sale unfurnished.TislIerfor ._ _ _---.2tp_10-26 entrance. 414 W. Washington 6853 P. O. Box 238, ftarke.
Call Credit Manager COLLECT "'Assorted Also house for rent. unfurn& FARM OR PASTURE LAND St. Call (Waldo) 468-1885. tfchg
and Expandable Jacksonville 333-1946 Platys About 40 acres improved 2tp 11-2
$ ished.! Inq. 1126 N. Thompson pas
I anytime. Will deliver no obligation : Mollies "- 'X'' Starke. tfch ture. Approximately 300 acres LOSE WEIGHT safely, with

I 10'5' 4t..10126! woods pasture for rent Call: EXPERIENCED GARDENER Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only.Jl6e
Now and Used I All Live Bearers HURRY TO FIRESTONE 46S-152S Hampton. Up Could use high school student at Mitchell Drug- lotp 11123
FOR SALE 1963 Rambler 4
: afternoons,
Use their convenient LAYAWAY FOR RENT 301S. Saturdays,
Shop on
I 8-Yr. financing available door Classic 660 4 new tires PLAN for Christmas Luwtey. equipped with Hunter holidays. Permanent good OPENINGS DANCING CUAS-

and motor rebuilt, 49500.: Call BILLY ROSE purchases. A small deposit will Alignment mach. Ideal for equipment. Call 833-2381, ses Ballet, Tap. Acro, etc.
I Use Our Rental-Pur 9fl4-MI9. hold until Klngsley Lake. ltchg If interested. call 984-7098.
Aquatic Gardens your purchase front-end mechanic. Reason

Save Time and Money, Call: chase Plan-Payment; *. LABORERS WANTED-Permanent Chrlstmu.2tchg 2-26 able rent. Geo. Estes, Lawtey.Ph. FOR SALE Western 2tchg 10-26
Under $50 Per Month Highway 21 South 742-3592.
position. All Company MOTOROLA STEREO record Itp Saddle Bridle, Breast strap.
benefits. Minimum starting Keystone Heights Fla.,
player like new with A-M and Mo-Ped Motorcycle. Single
scale 153. Age 18 to 45. Ap- F-M radio used less than 0 FOR SALE OR TRADE shot 410 ,ga. Shotgun. 12 ga. MALE HELPWANTED

BILL POWELLPHONE NOW'Mobile uly Southern Wood Preserving ANGEL Please hurry home months for half price. Can be Springfield Custom 30:06: rifle Noble Pump Gun. New. Sears
Co., Baldwin, Fla. 8 a.m. to 4p.m. $70.002; h.p. table saw, ban-
and bring the children. We will heard at Dahraers Discount Chain Saw, like new. Ph. 964.
2tchg 10-26 jo, dishwasher, 26" girls .English -
I to FIRESTONE 6763.
9616461r't I go end LayAWay House. 112 East Call St. Itp bike 12O each or trade for lCp"BILL'S
for Christmas while Production workers tormoct..J'J'J
SitesAVAILABLE selections
FLORIDA 90 StrawberryPlants woodworking tools etc. Need MOBILE Home Service"
I are good. Jim. FOR RENT 4 room apartment plant In the
for sale. Robert
2 20" bikes.
401 W. Madison Street girls 961-5287. Patio Awnings, Water
;. 2tchg 10-2 entrance. 224 Murray HIM sectionof
Underfill!, Ph. 964-6733, Rt. 2., ltp Heaters Kool Seal. Miller
.*I Full Lake Privileges I Box 69E3, Starke. Lafayette Phone 964-6149. Gun Burner Service. P. O. Box westJacksonville.! .
Starke FIn. 10-26 FOR SALE Alum. 2tchg 11-2 Writ established rom-
Homestead Exempt- I 2tp siding WILL BABYSIT In my home 37. Keystone Height Fla. Ph. .
kit- ; puny permanent
1,000 sq. ft. complete wit
Financing i FOR SALE: Fruit S&nd" well aU access., trim corners nails, FOR SALE Cheap. 1963 Biscayne day or night. Call 9647306U. 473-3083.6763. Starke Phone 964- position open. Must
4tp 11-16
stocked; 25-case Drink Box; etc. Reynolds Color-Weld 20 Chevrolet. One family have own transportation. -

Lake Geneva I electric Peanut Machine. 1640N yr. warranty. List price $595.( owned. Small mileage. S'O I II I MALE .
Marlon St., Lake CIty Ph. First $300 can be financed. Maude (Andrews) Weeks, 947 SWAP Refrigerator and HELP WANTED Call Mr.
I 752-9728. 2tp 10-26 Geo. Estes, 301 S. Lawtey. Ph. W, Madison./ Phone 964-6116.) stove for used piano in frond Men kitchen help, laundry 889-0306 from a&
Trailer S Sales workers. 9 avm.
782-3392. .Up Itp I condition. Call Flo. State Prls Steady permanentwork
I on, 431-1555.: Up 8 hour day,5 day week. to 12: noon from'Monday
FOR SALE Twin beds complete through .
Paid Friday.An
vacation sick leave.
OB Route 100. One MHa 8EKeyston
end tables and large toolbox LOST Black Angus better FOR SALE Jersey heifer FOR SALE Honda motor- Please apply in person only. equal opportunity
I Helfhts I for pickup truck. Leo calf. Weighs approximately 400 will be fresh in April. D. A. cycle Model S-65, employer:
very good Personnel ,
,....._. Com ,,KetionwIdI Mutlltl Fire IniuUncS CompanyNptidI Open Sun. &: Evening Office, Sunland .
pan .
N.tIeiwde$' LIII nIws Gisipafl' P himI OftICII Columbul Ohl. Champion, Phone' 9647627. lbs., Reward. Phone 964-7099. Orlffls, Lawtey. Phone 782. condition. Can be financed. Training Center, Gainesville. y.- .

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Cooperation Of Public Asked i I

7rt wFME.. U ))1 11IIDear 'In Handling Christmas Mail .

Sale Of Smut To Minors ProhibitedAlthough jj-r Ms.f. Editor: The Post Office Department mestlc air mall should be In

I Would you please allow me has completed) plans the post offices by December

it remains difficultor The Rhode Island court upheldthe 1 ,: ,' t :ia 4 pace in your paper for a for handlingthe expected 19.
few words in regards to the record- breaking volume of Special attention will
even impossible to convict constitutionality of a state teachers of our schools talking Christmas mall. Starke Post again! be placed on the' delivery -
anyone in our courts on a chargeof law written in such a way thatit of walking out on the :job master T C Hazen says of mail to servicemenin

selling pornographic materialto specifically prohibited the sale k some say' for higher wages, '"We can handle the In- Vietnam and surrounding

adults, it appears now that to minors of "indecent" materials.The others for better working con. Increase and get. it deliveredon areas but the following

there is at least some hope of U. S." Supreme Court's 1964 1 ditions. I can't say I don't time If people will coop- deadlines have been set:
preventing sale of such materialsto opinion reversed the conviction in Q envy them their Jobs, :but I do erate by mailing early."" -Gdfts weighing more

minors.A Ohio of a purveyor of material : say higher wages calls for Hazen said experience In than five pounds sent by
higher prices In everything we
the Atlanta Region shows
law passed at the 1967 legislative described as indecent, but in doingso ,', buy. Every kind of workers that 65 per cent of all surface 11.postage rates November -
session is aimed at putting the court observed "State 1 0 ('
: have their problems.Vha Christmas mall la delayed -OUts five pounds or less
a set of new and sharper teeth and local authorities might well would happen, df our farmers, until the final 12 work days plus letters and greeting

into efforts to curb the sale of consider whether their objectivesin who produce our food, quit just before Christmas. If cards sent at surface rates)

pornographic comic books, maga this area would be better 41'a1 every time they drove out and this happens again, he said [these go by air on A apace

zines, and paperbacks to children. served by laws aimed specifically saw their crops covered in the 48.000 postal employeesat available basis!, December 1.
This law allows a prison sen- at preventing distribution of objectionable water, or too dry to grow, or 2.400 post. offices in the -AIr mall gifts and greetings

tence as high as five and a material to children : the bugs eating them up. They region will be deluged with December 11.
years, can't alt down and wait for
fine as high as $10,000 or both rather than totally" prohibiting its : : 'v ::: the Government, to help them. during 799 million this critical pieces of period.mall 13 The has deadline already. of passed October for

to anyone who "knowinglysells dissemination. They have to solve their prob- "Handling. this volume sending Christmas) mail to

offers for sale, advertises One supporter of the new Florida lems themselves. would be an almost hopeless civilians in the Far East but

for sale, lends, gives away,. shows, law said that in its opinion, Higher wages mean higher task, Hazen said but added there's still time to meet the
transmits, or distributes" porno- the Supreme Court seemed to be prices for the coat of living, that
graphic material to any person saying that children were in a and higher taxes. And what vented with the cooperationof other areas' overseas, Hazen

under the age of 18. different class than adults, "butwe will it do to our .children? mailers said.
What will they be doing In the
Pornographic material, as defined didn't have a statute in Flori- tit. .' school, and no The Starke postmaster Air mall overseas can be
; meantime
: ; urged that these dates be sent until December 1 to remote -
in the statute consistof da that them in different
may put a y' Job. Please consider before observed for domestic surface
obscene phonograph records class." Apparently, the courts tU: y r: + t .....: ... you take this step.It mall: routes, and areas until off main December air

and tape recordings, as well as have recognized that it is proper ,..Jit.'. 'only the whole world --Guts to distant states! Iff to areas on heavily trav
books magazines and photo- for state to include in a statute ..(. would Mve the rule God .
a .. ......'" : by Greeting cards to distant clod' air routes, he explained.
graphs.As designed to regulate the sale of himself gave Love the Lord' states December 10. Hazen said the 478.8 million

pointed out by its supporters pornography to children, special r r4y.U .', with all your heart and thy December 4. pieces of originating! '
the differences between the standards broader than those DON'TyouR'ORGe.T rr ,: ,!' neighbor as thyself. Think OUts and greeting cardsto : Christmas mall from the Atlanta -
new law and anti-pornography found in laws aimed at controlling : what a wonderful life we nearby areas, December Region Is! > comparedwith
5ET ....- !': j' all have.
eL'OC.J.t.. 344.9 million In 1960
laws already in effect in Florida the sale of such material to 18.Hazen -
'I.l Sincerely, said that gifts and an Increase of 133.9 millon
are these: adults. BACK 11 1- :Mrs. R A, Nettles .
greeting cards ent by do-
( < pieces.
AN '
-The new law provides much This certainly makes sense, and HOOF -: :. '". Rte. 1, Starke e

stiffer sentences for a con although we wish that the sale k' ;
person THIS SUNDAY ,.'. .. .(
victed of a violation while the of flagrantly obscene materials U : 1 -. .< ., ""it""1W. Dear Gene: reached for induction on account -
law already on the books providesa could be stopped altogether, it is L :. i I do hope that you can of your age before you

maximum imprisonment of only encouraging to know that the Goodbye Daylight SavingsFARMER'S find space for a story abouta 25 Years AgoBy enter college, consideration

one year. courts are at least more sympa little, stray dog.I bit be given to the granting

-The new law specifically af- thetic toward preventing the sale feel .that, I must expressmy Alice MoGarvey of a H-8 deferment even if

fects pornography which falls Into to minors. DIARYland concern for the "stray there was a period when you
were not in school. Once
minors while the law has dog situation" in our county. you
the hands of the Although new yet enroll in your undergraduatestudy
old law made no reference to age. to be tested in Florida, we hope Since our present stray Bradford County young'
The days are growing assessment suit over In men who enlisted in the program you must file
To those who may wonder why'laws that it will be vigorously enforcedand shorter, there is a growing Lake Butler\ last week Sam. dog Is. crippled and we are Coast Guard in the fall of a request with your local

I ] seeking to protect children anyone selling the prohibited t chill in the air and soon the learned that you can approximate treating and hla I wounds feel that. my we 1943 were. George Packham board for a II-S deferment

from pornography were needed materials to minors will be speed- frost will be on the pumpkinand the age of a pine !husband merely exercising our and Earl Geiger of Theres- be ,a full-time, satisfactory.

when broader anti-pornography ily brought to trial and prose- on anything else that tree by the number of whirls are acceptance of the rules made sa: Sidney IT lest and Wil- student and one who has not

regulations were already on the cuted to the full extent of the ventures out In the night of branches, 1. e., one year for all people: "Be Kind To lard Wynn: of Starka:. Alvin yet reached his 24th birth
Police air. Reports indicate that we for each whirl. He also pick- Wynn, Henry Parker and
books, the sponsors cite two land law. Our Department, Animals.:' day.Question
is such are in for a cold winter, so ed up the information thatIt Eugene\ Chason of Hampton.The : How can X become
mark court opinions one written which now doing a good
This little mutt, though
now U the time to prepare takes about eight fair-siz! a member of the Local
by the Rhode Island Supreme job of enforcing the two hour for shivery weather. ed* trees to make a cord of crippled with a hole in his Brooker Draft Board?
Court in 1959, and the other* parking limit, might also keepan pulpwood. leg has displayed his thanksto following
citizen at
boys were recent enlistees of you are a ,
I handed down by the U. S. Su. eye open for violations of the market will us by sitting: up on his least '
The pecan The Air Corps: Resale Col-, 30 years) of age, reside
Court j in 1964. new .anti-pornography statute. Srm \ :: -.... '. ., .hlndlegs.I '
preme.! opensoonHt; has tentatively By ,, McGaryey ...:;. ;. '" ion, Herschel Layfield, Pasco in the- area over--which the
t. :: been set for "Thursday, Nov. Incidentally,! when Sam never realized how'much Mott, A, Z. Padgett and J.: board has Jurisdiction and
91] but from what we've! they would taste. met Judge Murphree at the need there is for a Bradford) R. Mott. They will go to are not a member of the

l Time For A ChangeDespite heard this will be an "off- *. trial. the.. Judge remarked County dog-pound where Valdosta. Oa. armed forces or the reserves -
:year for nuts. Come to thinkof And speaking of'changes, county residents.can. deposit you are eligible. Contact
that if Sam continued to
t it, it teem that we are the Reds are coming; back stray dogs and where one Lt. Howard Moore, son of .the, present members of the
the tremendous build- ing we still have a distinct Impression the red- cover assessment trials he look for his lost
and pet.
having more poor years for again, we mean can Mr. and Mrs. D. W, Moore, board or write the State Director
up they received in advance publi- that there was more to pecans than good ones for fish and not''the' two-lened would be an expert on timber I can't see where another completed an officers' specialists of Selective Service in

city it seems that none of this the proud history of our country some reason or other bomb throwers.We're told growing. And when Sam county office shouldbe course at Fort Sill, your state, or the Governor,

fall's crop of new TV shows has than barroom brawls at the Long that the trout and reds are replied "Oh, no Judge, you under constant thunder Oltla. and Is now stationed indicating your Interest.

made it big in the viewer surveys. Horn Saloon' stagecoach holdups Last weak the berry growers appearing down at the Gulf 're the expert." Judge Mur from folks who complain with the 92nd Division at Members are nominated by
between out and we hope to get down about stray animals whed'there Atterbury Ind. as motor officer the Governor, and appointedby
to be duels setting
We don't pretend an expert quick-draw gunmen were busy
phree replied wryly( .
there and catch a mess of Isn't. county dog
andit for the B9tJi Bn. the President.
on television programming and feuds between cattle plant all over this area
them. seems to be some question pound or animal shelterwhere
but the know and raisers. But that'sthe was a common sight to Sgt. Ralph Nettles, who Question: I am a graduate
as goes, we men such complaints or .
see the workers in the field, about that. started with Uncle Sam as a student Will :I be eligible for
what like We enjoy good "idiot box" version of what
a with
we dealt
While timberIH requests can
a weeks
and Irrigation systems squirting buck private Just a I-S [Cl] classification?
Western as much as anybody but made our country what It. is. properly!
; water on newly-set ago, la now wearing' three Answer:' No. Any regis
there comes a time when we geta Somehow it has managed to skip patchw. We still haven't had I think it Is high time tripes. He completed] ; train" trant who has been deferredas

bit fed up with the good guys almost entirely, those dramatic any appreciable amount of that our County Commissioners Ing at Aerial Gunnery a student in Class H-S

and the bad guys shooting; it out colonial days when our countrywas rain'' lately, and those who NEWS And NOTES get on the bail: and School, Keesler Field. Miss. and has received his baccalaureate

in shabby Westerns on every in the throes of founding.. We do not have irrigation are do something about this ] degree is) not elegl-

channel. Some of the overly coy can't recall any serials dealing having to wait for a good For Today's Homemaker matter I. will! be voting again during Small children enjoying a ble for this classification.

"family situation comedies" getus with the fascinating plots and soaking rain birthday party for little
By Martha Sue McCain the next election and Butch Smith given by his '
down too. Way down. And we counterplots of the Revolution.. wil not exactly sit up on my mother Mrs. Junius Smith, Graudon
have long since had more than the War of 1812 or the way Experts. advise the growers County "hind legs" but I will remember were: Julie and Nencle Bev- Get Winn-Dixie r\; ,

our fill of what passes for for our nation grew. State by wonderful who do not haw irrigationto Is Home Economics Agentby that our County. .1\-,l'am -lane'-and Henry Rleh- .. ",
until the Scholarship
wait ground
eign and domestic intrigue, a la State.It before setting supposed to be "The Progressive arde, Sandra Johns, Mary
moist enough
James Bond. Even the. variety makes us wonder why .the out plants rather than go County" Agnes Matthews, Virginia Miss Bonnie Lou Grauilon.

shows are beginning; to pall, pos- TV tycoons, thrashing around so ahead and have the plants >N'T FORGET SOAP feel when It Is the right -Mra. Alice M. Pfleahlnger! :! Jean Darby. Billy Torode, daughter of Mr. and (Mrs.

sibly because we .keep seeing the desperately for new ideas, new Just sit around and do nothing FOR HALLOWEEN consistency. Now you are P.Hampton S.Many. Fla. Jr., Ann Smith, Carol and Frederick W Graudon and a

same faces, and hearing the same situations, and new plots fail to until the rain arrives. Most women who have little ready to become a sculptor.An thanks for the Walter Jennings, Sherry graduate of Bradford County
children In. .the house, or In first try- might be. great Redgrave Buzzy and Lou High School, has been awardeda
sonjrs and jokes on all of them. realize what a gold mine of material Then, too, there will be the easy cooperation from our local
Job of resetting to fill in the neighborhood, take out a a cat perhaps' an orangeone. Green Gail Duke, and Glen college ''scholarship by Wino
it's tremendousjob
Obviously missing. They'repaying
a they Station WPXE.
are "' kind of Halloween insuranceInsurance Roll a "snowball" of suds Radio They and Bill Wood. Dlxle Stores, Inc., it was an-
11dI' and the general result
to feeding fresh material writers millions tried to find the rightful
hard-pressed stand. In the form of ap- and set It Into a fluted muf nounced by Secretary James
into television transmitters hour of dollars annually! for dull- will bea., .spotty. ples marshmallows, raisins, fIn 'cup. Insert colorful toothpicks owner of our stray dog. Mrs Neta Brown enter- Cameron of the Winn-Dixie

after hour day and night, month as-dishwater trash, while fascin. Don't and other such treats for the to represent whiskers, tained friends at an all-day Stores Foundation.

after month, and we don't envy ating material much of it still untapped -: clocks back forget to hour!set Satur-your )'oungs 'ers who come to the twists of black licorice sticks quilting' party. Out-of-town Miss Graudon, who will attend -

the TV writers and producerstheir lies waiting between the an back door. Some mother recom- aa ears, and small gumdropsfor CARD OF THANKSTo guests were Mr. and Mrs. Florida State University' ,
job. But it seems to usthey're of our history books. day night, we go If mend that SOAP should be Included features. Then paste a Chose who expressed their David Kelly and daughter is one of 60 deserving students)
pages Standard Time. you
on In the Halloween loottThat' place card to the cup, and sympathy in so many thoughtful Mamie of Pine Level, Mrs. J, throughout the South who have
overlooking an obvious Maybe it .would help to wake that extra
doyou'll gain
right. SOAP. presto! a fine favor. \ and practical ways duringour C. Sapp Mrs. Eston Brown, received scholarships for the
way to make things a lot easier these fellows up if we all took hour' --sleep you lost last You can write on windows How about a witch 7 Again recent bereavement, we Mils Hattie Vames and 1967-63 college year.

for themselves, and a lot more our pens or typewriters in hand spring'when we went on with soap. You can mark the begin with a ball of suds, set extend our heartfelt thanks. others. .
interesting and enjoyable for their and asked them to at least look Daylight Saving; if you car up with soap. You can on an Inverted paper cup. ::-The'family of "A: L7 Crosby, $375 The: Individual for, awards of
per year one fouryears
viewers. into the matter. If you miss one don't you'll be an' hour early scrawl all over front steps Chicken corn or licorice drops Sr. The Guidon Grill served are based on scholastic,

How about -.,; for instance ,Tot this! fall's new programs while for everything'and !in .a.. with soap. And what happens will do nicely for features. To lunch with two vegetablesand achievement, merit, leadership

an occasional dip into American you're writing, you won't have general state. .of .confusion. The kids have fun. The windows make a realistic witch's hat, sprinkle with lemon Juice and choice of shrimp >"- potential and the desire tor
the car, and the steps attach a paper cone to a brim lied crab, fish, chops, calf's
history 7Faint missed too much. one-fourth of the educational advancement.The .
will be glad cup sugar.
Many people de-
probably the "head.
gef a bath they and perch< this on liver or sirloin steak all for
as the memory Is'' becom- to get back on regular time nerve _' because all the home- Insert licorice "curU" beneaththe Mix cinnamon flour, salt, 35 cents program, which was begun

again* as they were opposedto maker has to do next morn hat, and attach a place. and remaining sugar Mix in In 1943, has assisted more
fat until mixture la crumbly. than 1,800 students since in-
Saving in the Its
Daylight ing Is give everything a once card to the cup. .
Ii Descrying Of Careful Study first i place, and if it had over lightly with a wet sponge. Set these fanciful favors) Stir In cheese. Spread over SELECTIVE ception. There will be 213 students -

come to a, vote, we're sure The place will look all slickedup [aside to dry.. They will remain apples. attending more than ,90
that rural people would have and without paying one solid and shapely to serveas Bake. at 350 degrees (moderate SERVICE colleges and universities under
Lake Butler attorney Hal -Y. more .difficult to maintain'serv- turned it down. But it was cent for labor or r Jo... unusual and popular favors oven) until apples are Wlon-Dlxle grants during the

I Maines is adding his voice these ices demanded by the public and put over .by the, people in Watch the little faces brighten for the gay young ghosts and tender about 45 minutes. Questions Answers current school year.

days to those who suggest a study at the same time keep taxes, the transportation and communications when that soap Is distributed goblins around your table. Serve hot or cold with creamor In addition the company,
of ways to consolidate all governments -* within' bounds. industries and with a smile. SOAP is) fun\ APPLE-CHEESE] DESSERT Ice cream, If desired.You'll .. which operates more than TOO

within each county in an Another plan, being studied by they have a big say-so" in and every kid knows It! When you want baked beansor if you never explore get tired the of many apples Question: In order to Wlnn -Dixie and Kwlk- Chek

effort to eliminate duplication'andspiraling the State Legislature, would com government.' SUDSY HALLOWEEN beans in any form, one good /ways of serving them FIll the qualify for a rt-S student deferment supermarkets throughout the
costs that are causing bine some small counties into WITCHERY way to increase the protein Intake cored center of each baked apple must I enter college South, makes annual grants to
The :hunting'season la at Are you entertaining some"witches" for the day Is to servea
taxpayers sleepless ''nights. single,, political units thus reducing with vanilla or pecan ice in the ,first class commencing 17 colleges and universities) to
hand-i; and we don't mean or "black cats" this dessert that includes cheeseor ..
with' thawed frozen after graduation from assist student In their '
cream. Top Junior
Maines advocates
consolidation costly duplication still further. -
[ As
the tang-bang kind. Now' In Halloween T any young eggs. Here's a good recipefor
within a county, rather than the This is the less desirable this cool weather we are'\ masquerader can tellyou, Fall days, prepared by berries. high Answer school: No.? If you are not and senior years.

merger of one or more counties. course, perhaps, and might) be hunting the sunshine, whenwe these spooky creatures make USDA food specialists for six
Under his plan, each county would forestalled if small counties would sit ,down to rest and It Ideal companions"a* well as' exciting servings.
retain its own identity but duplications take the bull by the horns and feels good. Bt not to long costumes. So why not'match This recipe ..le appropriate The Bradford County Telegraph

In law enforcement, tax do their own consolidating within ago, 'we werehunting the party-placecarde to the during\ the Fall cheese festival ESTABLISHED 1879E.
shade, so It look as though disguises worn, by your guests TIt and while apples) are plentiful.
assessing tax
collecting voter their boundaries.It
own .
we're always hunting some-. Is easy and economical to Six cups apple 1 slices L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher
registration and other services is obvious that,, eventually thing. use ordinary suds as an art (pared)., 1 tablespoon lemon
would be eliminated, something will have to be done to medium. Simply pour packagedsoap Juice, 1 cup sugar, one-fourth a Florida's Oldeet Weekly Newspaper Published OoattneastyVoder

His advice voiced In recent bring about more economic and efficient The quail will soon be or detergent Into a bowl teaspoon cinnamon one-half ? TIle Same Maat flsext.

talks before civic groups seems government at all levels hunting the swamps and '"with, a little water, and beat cup unsifted flour 'one-fourth

deserving of serious consideration, local state and national. Thereis place of safety: ,We saw a until the suds resemble whip teaspoon salt, one-fourth cup
especially when applied to coun- nothing like starting at home; pretty covey the other day. ped cream adding vegetabledye butter or margarine, two- Published each. ThcnWay aM catered a. Second! class Matter art the Pal Of n.e

ties of limited financial resources and Mr. Maines may have touched and all we could think of for decor In "technicolor." thirds cup finely shredded .4 ...,k.. Florid under. Act e' Hardi' and. 137..

and declining populations. Such a vital in his advocacy of was how good platter of Then stir In more of the product Cheddar. cheese.< .._ batao.4pd.ss la trade near 1 yes ".00, I -.... t1JS
spots, ; them/ would look cooked to to form a clay-like mixture Fill a large pie pan or shallow .
aokdii .. ,
counties axe finding it and o.teMe lode M 1 Fear. $4.50 0 er..tak P-IO
more fpniolIdatlQH!, t1'9m 1ftbbi. ...:..._. .Oros,;. and hojw good for molding; you can tell baking .Olafc wit* s ples(
4 : .

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be home in just 139 more !lW'4 of NKH of Section 8. tion to purchase, held by :: 171.10 feet to? the end of PARKS ANI) RECREATION DEFT. (Contd.) IH-pnrtment!
Six/ Inmates las DMrlbutlon
( Synlpm
I Township 7 Mouth Hang 20 tinental, oil Co. lateral ditch survey line. I I 79,500.01)
Runt. fur a point of beginnIng ""'1"1'10" aHua: .-_ Containing 0121 acres more Gas Sale to Pubic Consumers ------ ---------.

days.Mr.. and Mrs. Sonny Bias and thence run W. to the nO.1)III: : UH\I) less* exclusive of .xl tlng Salaries (Others) ______________________________ 6900.00 Miscellaneous Revenue --- -7---------"-------. 2:0.0

;Got Extended And Mr. and Mrs. Steve Nipper Kjutcrn; boundary" of County (-oI VfY'IIJ"i: : \IIIP'MIMMttl right of WA!(. Car Allowance ,__.-?___.,_______,.____-____... 240.00 Material for Resale -_________________________-" .
rBSrt' known as DrooRArScouTHole >)>. 10.1.3 Owned By: A. f.; McDavldt __-_
Postage and Box Rent __ __ __________._______ 75.00
north. his
of Starke were visiting/ Road ; thence run OF WAY Mildred McDavid.
Sentences Alten ly along dud iMrl? boundary That part of: ., Printing and Stationary _______________________ 100.00 Total Estimated Revenue Gas Distribution S stem 80.88000
Mrs. Rilby Sunday.Mr. of saId. road to point divining 'W\o\(i of WH of NE\4 Subject To Unrecorded Op Telephone... and Telegraph _____________.-__________ 300.00 -.

and Mrs. Ancll Tet- '! the BElt of NWH and West 90 yards of Kft., of to> purchase held by Con- Garbage Repair Vehicles ________________________ 300.00 Combined Electric and Gas Inuome ----------- 624,19500

Circuit Judge George i. ston of Hellbronn Springs Township SU'Ui o-f NHH4 7 ]Mouth of Bangs Section'* to 8, 7 of South NEV4 Range Section 20 S, East PLEASK: Oil! Co. TAKE) NOTICE Conference and Meetings ________________________ 200.00

Patten Imposed additional< were dinner guests of Mr Kant: thence run on said dlvla-. Lying westerly of and ( a Declaration of Taking Office Supplies ________________________________ 300.00' 8TATMENT OF DGETAKY APPROPRIATIONS

"prison sentences on six Inmates and Mrs. George Tetstone Inn line to point of hefrlnnlnjr in 80 feet of the survey .. b. e n rol<'d In iu.* Recreation Supplies _____________._____________ 900.00 1967-68
KXCKPT that portion of ot Stats Road S-231 styled cause by tnu Social Senior Citizens Etc. _.__________ 300.00 Kitlmutod. Dlllblr..lt: Budget
-- of the State Prtson near Tuesday.We NW .. At'tlvly ik.pIirtfllentPlafl' :
4 of NEW of SectIOn 8, 11I530-2 OI. said uU ner the acquiring _
: Ralford hi courL last Thursday. are sorry to learn! that Township 7 South Itang. 20 being described as survey follows: *of thaaa proceedings, Special ______________________________. 3CO.OI Light Water anti "IwIr --------------
Jaet which lien west of Begin the the taking of the proper Medical end Surgical Supply _________________ SOOi Consultant -.-------------- 1.20.0
The )heaviest sentence wan JI Ollhr Polk. USN" Is In tHe on south ___________________._-.__.
Brixilcer-Scout llqlo Road, Section 6. T. 7 8.. R. 20 .described, In the Petition' Books and Subscription. ._____________________.. 100.01 Electric! Inspector ____________________ 80.00Publc .
Eugene Naval in Jackson- _____ .
Hospital AND .
< of eight years given : a point 1548.61 feet the. purpose therein de Works Supt. _
: _________ _________ ____
Rent ______ 80.01Dues
on Buildings
:- of of ot ________________
convictedon ((3)lE") BW14 Ruction from the HE corner of to wit aa right ____________ ..600.00Bnd
Brazil, who was ville.Mr. 8, Townahln 7 Soutli Range/ 29 Section 6, run thence N borrow pit and drainage and Membership ______________._.______._ 10O.O( Inspector______________________________ -
charges of posaesMdn on an and Mrs. H. B. Stokesof East (S\V nf the present degrees 46 minutes 21 .... .. for a portion of Donations and Contributions ___..______________ 15o.od( Trustees ___ _.______________ 1.80.00
tnsfruraent% or weapon. By a Starke are spending a few Mrnokor-.Vew RIver RAail") and 19. 441868 feet tothe Road S-831 In Bradford Utilities ________________________________ 'i______ 1800.00 ((3) _________________ __ __________..___ .0
the ___________ _
( N" of SB of Section that
(4)) 4 14 nf Florida, and
state prisoner. days here with Mr. and Mrs 5 Townnlllp 7 South Range <20 the ning NW a curve having a will apply for an Contingency Fund ___________________.___.____-___ 100.0 Plant Operators ((3))Foreman ______.____--.----- 20.594.81

One-year terms were meted Edd Polk. Neat (north and Went of 1)109.86) feet run thence .... of Taking and such Payroll Taxes Ins. __________._________; ____ 1440.00 Mechanic Plant Maintenance______________________. ______. _____ ".S07.0
Unioker-New RIver Order Court
Road the .
) north
easterly and a.
out to Norwood Lee Wilson, ______________
Mrs. Gerald Roberts of Lying each aide of and tony along said curve proper, before the Hon Mechanic1 Helpers ((2)) _________ 7.312.0
Phillip A. Perkins, Gary Ed- Starke was visiting Mr. and within 60 feet o.f the aurveylino an angle. of 24 degree 68 Uoo. L.. patten. oneof Total -,- 28,235.00 Line Foreman _________________.. _______: -__ .

ward Lyman and Bobby Ray Mrs. Edit Polk Monday. of Stato Road 9-231. Saidmirvey utes 06 seconds a. .. Judges of the Circuit ADMINISTRATIVE, OFFICE AND GENERAL: : Lineman ((4)) __________________. _______________ 16,525.1): &
: line being described ... 83228 feet to the end of of the Eighth Judicial/ I
and Jerry _______ _____ _____ 4.381.00
for ((1))
Clenney escape Sgt John Lewis Is a patient fnllowa: survey line.Containing. It. In and for Bradford/ I Heavy Truck Operator ;
Lee Wolfe was given an addi- (Commence, on the Mouth liner 0.349 acres Florida, on the 17th Eat Imated IMrfhurMTnrntsr. 107-61 Budget Electrical Helper ((1)) ___________________________ 3.10.0
tional eight months for the In the Alachua Hectlon B. TownshIp 7 or leas, exclusive of of November A. I> 1967 City Clerk __-_.___--_ 7,093.24 Meter Reader ((2J ____________.______________ 9.66t.0
Hospital in Gainesville Hnuth. Kaniio 201"at at a road right of way.Owned 10:00: o'clock A. M., In the Office Salary ((2)) -______ 7,404.80 Water and Sewer Department ((4)) ------------.-- l .
same Infraction.In where' he underwent major point 1&48.61 feet of Westerly from Uv: Agnes. M. County Courthouse' Overtime ?______________-_________-_____ 200.00 Agent ((1)) __________4_____________ 4.813.0*
addition, Perkins and the HF] corner Bald Section 5 and K Ii. Johns, Jr.l1'thJ9.t Htorko. Florida.' All parties Purchasing: (
his knee last .ond.'W i Councilmen _- 6000.00 ____________________.
sunrery on run' th n<-. N 16 degrees 46 rolnutca To: Lease .., the suit and all parties In City Sewer Plant Operator ((2)) 9.239.81
Lyman were given an extra week. 21 mu-nndH K. 4I11.6S feet on Oft nook 8at: page .. may appear and be City! Surveyor __----- 30O.OO Overtime ____ ________u-__"____..._-_---- .
year tor larceny c-f an auto. Mr. to the Point of Beginning of In favor of Kerr-Mcllee at the time and place Building Injector ---_____- 1,440.00 Due Municipal--- Association _______.___4______ 40000

In other cases, Judge Patten : and Mrs. Ronnie Wig- H aald 16 di'irreea survey, 4(1 lino( inlnutea run 21 thence 1 m>eondu .- Industries. : Inc.MKCTION 214324)-24ti. : i '] Dog Catcher _-__________?--_________-__-- 1.200.0 Freight- ________"____________________"___-__ 213.00
ordered prcsenCenca investigation gins and family of Oalnesvllle ; '. You and each of you. are ______ ________._____ f2.00000Oas
.. a 't% 44IH I feet to the nOd > H-XII: lilt A It .. commanddd to appear Advertising ------------ ----------------- ----- Fuel _______-____n____ ""
were visiting Mend< Month line of SectIon 5, Town- -Li__-_ 4,50000Beautlflcatlon 01 :
on Charles W. Stuart. ( 01'I'rv ItKMCIIIPTIOMNHKII. filing an Answer to the Pe Accounting and Auditing and Truck Repairs _-_-!- ------------ 2,500.ooInsurance
who pleaded guilty to a fond- Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins Sunday lull 7 MoUth HunK" 20 )'1/IMt l. 'Si). lOtl.I UotAI.''! heretofore filed In this of Parks --.-. 10CT.OO General _________jJi._A__________ 12,000.00Instlrance
II.'l'IIwn..hl" .
North line of Section
ling charge and fined Bon.nyLeonard ; afternoon.Mr. ( ", 7 Mouth. flange 20 "l.OF.'tIII1'rLat..rRI! Ditch Left Of ..before. In the November entitled Court 16. 1967 on Carl Johns Pension _____-L-l .---- 2145.00 Hospital _______-,p___._.._________ 600.00
Paul Emory 1'R.t: ) ...t point IB.IS.61 featwesterly Codification, of City Ordinances 500.00 .
$50 for unauthorized and Mrs. a tlnn 1D2I' 20 B6 show what right title In- --"--- --- 2.10.0
and family spent the weekend from tho NK corneri That part of: or liens> you or any of rae HctlBUIs.0pcTaVe"Vnd'iTank" Electric Bills --
usa of an auto. i mild Section 8, continue N'/4' of Si l'.4 of have Donation: ____
In and the _
to prop- .j __ _____ _
Fuel -
,the with the Carl Emorys In thence s. 16 degrees 4ft mlnu- 7 t Natural Gas Plan 80.00.0
Townahlp South Range
In the proceedings, described In said Petition _._______.______
__ '
tim 21 se('onIe W. 1470.94 feet East ____ : Of fled supplies ____________ 1.00
was represented by; Ea. tman. Ga. shaw cause. why the same Library _____________ -_____ 3.5OO.OO 0
prosecution of ___________________
the _
t to beginning a curve Lying" southerly of not be taken for the National Guard -___ 600.00 Taxes _____________ 8.0.0
Gene Whitworth! assistant Kotlre Of AtfiillriKlon; For (cuncavo, to the NW havIng ariicllua within 80 feet of a ... and purposes set forth In Bradford Co. Health-Dept. _-___ -- 2400.00 Payrol Repairs and Supplies ________.___________ I12 JJ. 2
state attorney1, and the defendants \ of 3819.73 feet run ditch survey line, said Petition filed herein. ?- -___._._____ a
Tin Deed State Tax ________ --- ----- >552
thence( southwesterly along Chamber of Commerce ._________ ____ .___. 4,50000 Utility .O
by Public Defender K N'.... I II(.i U. .'j H.NOTtcw acId curve throuerh a total line being deacrlbod as .Witness my Hand and the -- 100.00 and Telegraph __.___ _______________
ifriimnr lows: of this Court on this 19th Bradford High School Band __ Telephone .
( is otvKM 'ontral" anglo of 17 dourer 37 ____________________
A. Green Jr. and hid assistant. Frank William" Commenceon. the of October, A. D. 1967. Bradford Co. Public Health Nursing Council' ____ 50.00 Employees Christmas Bonus 35000
: : :f"/J : : tnlntitea a distance of 1174.44 ( ,) : ______ _.. ___ ____ _.._
Jim I1erce.r'5lyyyyyyyyyy. the hot of the tojI.wIngerHtcatp ; feet tn t the anti of aald curve line of Hectlon S, Civil Defense Operations --___<- 2,500.00/ Work Uniforms .. BliO.G
'- $ hiik tiled said cerllflrutea run thoncn H. 34 deirreea. 23 South Range 20 Eaet Charles. A. Darby, Description and Survey Work _______ 1.000.00 Advertising"r"r.._____ 9.0
for" tux deed to bejsacua4 point 1648.61 feet Of The Circuit Court. In __ _______ -
yyy'v'vyv. mlputea 21 aecondn W. 1535.70 Mosquito Control 8000.00 Engineers Fees ___________-__ : 1.20.0
l thormn. Tho certificatenuinliera feet to the begInning of from the tAK I corner of For Bradford County. ___.________
a ... ____
anil years of laauanceJio (curve concave to the 814 tiavInil Section 6. run thence Election Expense -____- 8OO.OO Travel ________________ ___ .
description' of the property a radlua of 1904.86) feet degrees. 46 minutes 21 ".... Beulah M. Moody, Deputy Insurance General __.________-_______ 6770.00 Fair Exhibit"___ ----------------.--------------- 120'00Contengrency
BROOKERBy inrl the name In which it way> run thence. nouthweaterlyiilitnfr K. 2918.10 feet to the Insurance ,___ 630.00 Fund _________-_--_____._.________ k'JI5'.G
: iMaetiiu.r1 arc fin follow: Beginning/ said ditch Hospita- ____________
Year of aald curve through a total A. YAWN. County Attorney Legal and -___ 1.400.00Ofie "ole-Pull Attachment? ___________ 750.
Certificate :.No. central angle of 33 denrueafio line, run thence S. 74 County Courthouse _
Joyce-Stokes esuen1964.. minutes a dlatance of 28 minutes 61 seconds .., Florida and Equipment _,- 500.00 Boom Extension ---------------,.- ,-i.------- 700.00
Uenrrlptlun of Property S 60FT 1112.78 feet to the end of said 178.00 feet run thence K. LEE! Supplies and Printing ________.-.___ _____... 1.300.0 Tapping Machine __.__________--i.-__---;__ 4OCt10
: AA_>AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAU- of 1-ot 4 of BL.K 83 In L T curve anti end of saId survey. degrees. 26 minutes 61 .. Burn. Building Payroll Taxes _: Compressor Pratt Street Station ________________ 450.00
A: Name COHo. S/D.In whrih| ) aaanaaeiPRANK .
HALLOWEEN; CARNIVAL [I.. WikMAMg KT AL.All .' aa A doncribecl parcel. of above the'parent tract degrees W./ 100 feet 89 minute run thence Bl .. Counsel For The Petltlon- Right of Way on Rol. 301-- 4000.00 Spare Parts Sewer Plant _____.______________ 20.0

The Brooker PTA Annual the County- of aal<|of property Urudford.being-State. In'I Lying: Northerly of and degrees 30 minutes 00 ..... 10/26 4t 11/16 Transfer to Police Benefit Fund __-__ 300.00 Pump House and Reservoir Repair __?________. 40.00

e Halloween Carnival will, of FlorIda.L'nlose ( within 60 feet of A survey line Transfer to Police Pension Fund -_- t.o

: start Saturday Oct. 28. with such certificate or being Commence; dearrlbed on a.the follow.north :line Utilities ______ 2.271.00 Total 275,803.: 8

a Costume Parade at 4 p. certificate shall be redeemedaccording of Section 8, Township 1 CITY OF 8TARKK, FLORIDA Due Fla League of Munlu. -_- 10.00 BITUOETART.
m. forming as usual at the de'rth..dIn: to law such the certificate property South.' Range 20 Rest South GENERAL CITY FUNISTATEMENT ) Preparation of Road and Bridge Statement? ___- 371.00 STATEMENT; Of' : APPROPRIATIOS
Farmers Market and pro- or ,rtlflcRtes will bo. .old to line of. Hectlon K, Township 7 1 ESTIMATED REVENUE Employees Christmas Bonus -_---_______ D.PARTENT
the highest bidder at the courthouse South Jlnnpte 20 .East at a FOR THE YKAR: ENDING SEPTEMBER 80. 1908 Repairs and Maintenance of Office __ 1000.00 Entlmated : . Bud
: ceeding through. Brooker to door on the first Monday point- 1S48 81 feet westerly Euil. DI"bUIIm"lt ." 191-8 t
and to Travel
from the SK of said .
corner Registration Ins> Dlstrrhuflon System Dept. .
S the School grounds. Prizes i 1961.In which month In the of et4'November day: oNovemJ ; Section B, run thence N. 16 deureea E"tlmlltl'dRf'v" 1ii : 1967-68' Budget Fla. League of Munic. -.-__-__.__ 550.00 Ufility Director ---_._____._ 1.223.40Oal ,

: will be awarded In several ) r, 1907.Imted ... 46 minute 21 seconds Ad Valorum Taxes: Travel Expense _____-..-_-,-- 530.00 -. : 600.00
: groups. A chicken pilau supper thin 26th day of Octo- I 10 50 feet tOo the 'Point of be- Real Property ____________________._.___.__..$ 69,430.00 City Directories _..._-_-, 200.00. Inspector -. : -- 3445.00
1967.I ginningbf saId urvay line, Personal Property ___________________._.. Clerical _-_-y-<-
will be served 1 beginning 'jer(SEAL) run thence S W degrees 46 ___._. 16,194.00 Due Southern. Building Code Congress ______ 23.00 Plant Employees ((2)) ----:__----- 10,812.83Labor

: at '4:30.: There will be a t Otarlea A. Darby minutes 11 seconds W. 50 feet Radio Malnt. Contract -. ______. 1,176.0 and Overtime __________?. _._-__?-...___- 3,00a.OO
tot the south linnof Section a.Town..hlp ,
Clerk 8S.624.00 Contengency Fund .
of Circuit Court 01 1
country store fish, pond Bradford Florida 7 South, Range 20 Less1! Discounts ___________________.__...______ -- Advertising: -.---: 800.00
County. 2,568.00 Pension Plan '" '
: dart' game, 'bottle game hay. 10/5 It 10/26 )East (IN. line ot S..... 8, T. 7 S., 7,500.00 Engineering _,---____________-______:. __Z___- 300.00
R:: 20 E.) at .a; point 1948.8 3,000.00
.4 ride and many more ''attrac feet w.aterly from the NE Net Tax: Collections ________._______;._..__. 83056.01: Total l ..272.23 Gag Material and Supplies -.
S tions this year. Later in the In, The. llrrull. Omrt Of TliKlKhlh ... corner of said Section 8, con Oas, Oil and Equipment\ Repairs --- ---------- 1,570.00Insurance
Jtiillrlal. Clrr-lt. In tlhue thenne* 9. II degrees 46 Tax Penalties UTILITIES SYSTEM; REVENUE -- General -j--'=rczii'.i-t.: __s__-_:::. 1,000.00
: evening the; King Queen. and Advertising Cost ____._ ___ 700.00 FrN" .
'And For lirndford minutes 21 seconds W. 1470.9 Fund _._.________
S Prince. and Princess will be feet to the beginning; of..a Bonds and Fines __________??____?.?___.___ S.5OO.OO STATEMENT OF ESTIMATED: : Contingency -? __ .. 370.0
crowned in the auditorium t.nw.. ,e. curve concave to Ib.W: hay Building and Plumbing Permits _______.?_._??_ 1,500.00 I Natural Gas' Purchases -,---r-w-i' _-- 28.00.0
: XTA'TH' ROAD DEPART! radius of 9319.72 feet ___ Estimated Revenue: 1967-68 Budget Material for, Resale --j-_i_-., -'- 40.0
leg a Cigarette Tux: -- __ _________.___.___-: ___??, 78600.00 ..
with the cake walk to folow. T .
MKNT Aiiency! OP of the'IA'H.IDA.State of Flor-an run thence antithweiterlalong r>og'Poun" Fees _____________________,y.l:;..__?__ 150.00 Light and Water I>Department) State Utility Tax ,

: Please make plans now, andS h'IamI.' BKADFOKD CUUNTV total central saUl ) curve angle/ through of n( de-a Equipment Rental ___i-_____________i___:._.:.____' 100.00 Electric Current 4111.000.00Water Work UnIform- 128.00
DONT, miss this HalloweenS : Hvlltlcal Subdivision l.t .... Election Sales ___ 02,125.00 Dues Gas As QI Uon. -----.-' : ..--t... .--- 65.00
a Fees ___
\ .1' A7 mlnutea Ti itlatanre ofIlTf.H Qualifying ____________-.._____. 860.00 .
Carnival. thu State of' Florida. Petitionera. I feet til i the end of said Miscellaneous _____?"' __________________________ 2300.00 Sewer Charges 30,000.00 Insurance Hospital -- ;-_-__..-_.---- 79.20
V. A. McDAVID et atrtiofenclnntil. n thence H 84 jde Transfer and Connection Charges __ 200.001&tei'5TaY"P'e" Pipe Locator 323.00
: Mrs. Alberta ---
StoleAnd :: t .Occupational! Licenses'Y't' _
> w ftVW"1 M.n1ri4.e( > "ITWliriit( : ? .rr.o8.500.00- =' ___ < __ __ .__t._ ._' 2.40O.OO Ditching Machine -___ 2,000.01)
daughter. Ruby spent the ,*4t11IAIta'S! TO SHOW CAUSCAND Police Retirement FundJoIH.. __ 823.00 :----.4. > .\j..J.i!...
to the begin
: W. 1935 70 feet -- -- .
Sewer Fee __ ___________
Tap 1,620.00 I
S weekend In .Panama,. City fling of a curve concave ,'0 Road and Bridge Tax __.____?__?___..__________ 6,803.00 .i 1 -
: with Mr. andMrs.! Donei l. Notice! OTNul'IEARIN(1' Of Kmlnent. Domain the 11/0186/ SK having a thence radius southwesterly of Penalties on Licenses:! _________________._____ 200.00Police Miscellaneous Income ______- ---uu--------n 2,000.00Total : I Totals _*_i_ 64,315.48

: Stokes. Proceeding: feet along run said, curve- Benefit Fund ____-____.________________ 25000
In Tli. Name. And By The through an angle of 11 de Special Assessment Taxen- ____._-_.-:._____'_.::_____ 200.00 Estimated Revenue Light and Water Dept. 543,345.00AREABIISINESS j I
: Our sympathy .!to Wrs. C. .Au. horl'y. 4Jt Tim State OTO greea 32 minutea 03 seconds a Transfers from the Utility Service Tax Fund ____ 60000.00
a !_. Atkinson In the)- --lass-of 'Fitri43 \ dlatance of 884."" feet to Point Transfer front the Utility Sys. -
ALL WHOM IT MAtfcXiNCKHN ot Ui-glnnlng or aald ..urveIIrle. i i in z==a= i -. = L i =_ = = -
a her sister. Mrs.-Rsa.Smith., ,' al'd. to all partlea run thence S. 87 degrees( Revenue Fund Va Surplus ___________._ 65,000.00
of Auburndale. .< UUminor, having any right 67' minutes 00 ....rond.V.. Payroll Taxes -- Rec. Dept. ______-__-______,__ 1,700.00
Wayne Stalnaker of Cape title, Interest 'estate., mortgage 200.00 feet to the end of said T
: or oher Hen to or on thOHeGjertaJn. ''
a Kennedy spentthe> weekend parcel. of land hereinafter .ur'A .y parcel line o-f ALSO lanoV: being :Total Budgetary Receipts and Transfers _..,_____ 315,744.00STATEMKNT : DIRECTORY
here hv=' deacrtbed. and the following by the
: with .paren ., Mr. bounded on the east ; OF nUnOETARY '
together with/
persons, of line
west 60,foot right way\
and Mrs. W. 'C. Stalnaker. all unknown persona" claimingby of State. Road 8-231. and DRPAItT.MENTEattmnte >> : ;

S Mr. and Mis'Raiford; Tet- through. or under knownnnjmna bounded on the.-.outh. by .the AUTO SALVAGE
stone are the proudr parents vhn are- ciMnil-- of who-' north SO oat right or way line
of IX are not known to be dead or of State, ( Ttoad 18 and bouhdedon" Fire Chief ---__________.__________.___..___ 6,323.40Assistant
their alive .
first .
ojbor.>>; Sunday ; NW by the are of a
the Fire Chief _____________ .__
a Continental Olf Companyco to the NW ? : ______..___ .293.00 Equipment
Oct. 14. at University curve concave hayIng BRASINGTONAbICLSIOBI
the J. J. Corgan Captain .:. ._.. Cherry'sGalnesvte'l
said 3M3.00
a, radiuS\ of 200 feet ----------------------------- ----- .
a Medical:('Center. He has 30 Rockefeller Plata rilrv being tangent tO. thenorth Firemen ((2)) ____...___..,.._________:.___.::_:!________ 8377.72 Hancock Office

a been named Rallord.: Jr. JCerr-McQea New York.. New Corporation York 80 foot right of Vayllu Volunteers ((15)) _____________________________ 1.9liO.OOOvertime Most Fashionable
e Both mother 4 of, State Road No. 1$ at Holidays Vacations ____... _______ 1,000.00 I
and baby are formerly known a. Kerr-Mo- the went end of Bald curve. '- I Santa Fe Tractor For Ladies EquimientSmithCoronaAuthorized
a doing fine.Rev. Ueo- Oil Industries, Inn.rio and tangent to the- NW 80 foot Gasoline Oil! and Truck Repair _____::____________ 415.00: DRESS8SSU1ToA3MATERNITY

: T. C. .Pogerty and (leorge. H. Cobb Vlcerresldent. -; right of way line of State Miscellaneous' ________-______._____________......___ 432.00 8U.8" SERVICE :

family of Gainesville .-log Oklahoma... )Kerr-MuLe Ulfy/,!: Okalbq.mit. DuII!
the Sunday dinner were ., at curve' ALHO: 'Linen Supplies ___?__-__________________________ 150.00 Taken On Cadlllao 7 W. ACCESSORIE ,
a. Mr. guests-of' "'f'TIO'1\ : : : KTATHIIOI A. parcel of land In the parent Uniforms ____.___________________:._:.________ 300.00 2001 N.W. 13th. lIt 441 University GainesvilleMEN'S Dealer
and Mrs. Shurley Tet- ('O'\lTT> 10-:1:11 lEMtRIP'llO9slim. ::! \PKOHI! ) 'trab..r/! ",; described by Telephone Fire Alarm System:! ___.____________ 720.00 PHONE 878-5301 FORD .

stone.. :\o. lent metes and boundsas follews of: Contribution to Firemen Retirement? ____________ 3,009.00 WEARL 'Clary-VlctoloAddtnl
S Mr. and Mrs. Ruey Tfct- "".H'r OP WAY the tfrxin easterly/ at the 80 Intersection foot right of Household Supplies (Soaps, Polishes, Ffarnlture, etc.) 200.00 Farm Tractor* & ImplementsFord .

a stone and family of Jacksonville That part of: way line of Htate Road 8-231 & L Men's Shop Machines. Cca.tO

: spent Friday with (1)) All nf 8WV1 that of part SectIon of theN13V4 5. Hectlon 2DS20-26Ql.and the ;Totals To Exhibit "B" __________________.._ 34.013.12 CRANELLlUERCURY Industrial Equipment S
westerly 61: foot right of way .
: Mr. and Mrs. George Tet- .Township 7 South Hanae 20East line of Slat* Itoad." Section '1'OLICE DEPARTMENT USE' Forshelm Shoes :SJRVCnA
: stone ) lying weet of existing 2H52fl-2r. run thence S. ) EUMEN .so Plums. Suit 8.4 TLME DtooOM

,. State Road from right IJrooktT of way to running New- i 34 degrees 23 mInutes 21 aecondn RHtlmatPd. Dkbiirscmcnts: 1067-68 Budget/ Authorized Sale A Service SALES PART Ladles Sports Wear .\ 7'
Sgt. Lonnie W. 10 fi-et run SVC
Tetatone ofWUdfiicker River lesa one acre square In 6 feet more or I Mayor -----_----____________._____.:.____________ 3.40O.OO 606 B. University, Galneivlll Arrow Dress ShIrtS : rpqulrenientJ* with a) flral.
Germany writes 'the Sit corner : and Nli: :ofNP4 lepe to the westerly .60 foot 'Chief of Pollen __________________________________ 6200.00 Phone &724251Crane'z PIC UP & DELIVERY I

: home to his mother. Mrs.I I'Hi.otlon\ and 8. Township SV4 of 7 NUVi South.of right of' way. Una of aald 'Assistant Chief ________________________________ 6.060.1\0\ 4488 N.W. sixth I %V. Unve.lt. Gainesville ';. (;;N. Main St. oet

: George Totsfeme. that he will Range !0 End ANn Slate Hind. 10 Hectlon feet southerlyfrom 23630-250 Sergeant _______________________________________ 129.74 Imports Gainesville
at a point \
((2) Oomnienca at HW cor. of the Point of Rcirlnnlnit, Corporal -_____________________________________ 5,513.76 Pone 376-2948 MOBILE HOMES Phone .8788581PAfNT
a run thenre In feet northerly Patrolmen f2l New fhla Year nun o Ana ttt .. .
.. ''I along said westerly 60. foot Patrolmen i '((3)) --:::.:-:::-:-:-::-::::::::-:::::::=: 15724.80: : Volvo (HerfeB) MUSTANG .

nf right beginning.of wny.llne ALSO to:saltS point I Radio Operators ((8)) ____________________________ 11.074.. F -

I INSTANT HOUSING I I, A parcel of the- parent. tractilitfciihod School Pal'rol __________________________________ 3040.00 2201 N. Main Gainesville GARDEN SUPPLIES Homes Inc' t &.GLASS:

I aa follows: Colored" Patrolman ________________.;_______..____ 5,241.60 Phone &T2-4373 Mobl ',

n".ln.t the Intersection' of of r Overtime _________________________-____________ 2000.00 tialiwavllle .
the westerly 60 font right Mobile
: NEW 12 WIDES I' Wily. line of Htate Road H-231, Cook for Prisoners ______,___________________ 2300.00 Dome Dnt. Liddeli Paint &
Section! 2HB20-2R01 and the Gasoline, OH and Auto Repairs _____________-_- 2800.00 Beauty Academy se Lt .

: FROM $3,299 UP easterly 60 foot right of way New Patrol Car ((2)) ________.___________.__ 1200.00' Johnson & Paris Inc. Purchase discounts o entire ; ;

line of State KoadSection ,. Traffic Lights __________________________________ 979.00 chain guarantee bug aavlngs.NEW'MOON tha1a1'c:

E Reconditioned 34 degrees 21520..250 23 run minute thenceN. 3t Telephone ._________________________________ 850.00 POWELL'S
8 &10 _
Wides Complete -
second 13. IS feet run thence Uniforms' Badge and Supplies __________.._____ 900.00 Line ot8FJEP'sPLS CPE1

:: 1 2 'and 3 Bedroom Models. northwesterly in ft. more or Witness Foes ________________________________. 30.OO Beauty Academy : KTANECB PAINTSOlLa
I.... to the easterly 60 foot '_.Ammunitions and Equipment ________,-___________ 100OO Used Mobile Home L

E ALi; AGES ALL PRICES I right Rnad, of way Section line of said 28620-2BO Slate Office Supplies --...__.___.__________.._______.____ 1000.00 Learn a Pfealon, IiI. T u Insecticide*-Pef Supplier Priced. Wit approved' ,'i'wifToii' I fflldtog. DoorK -
Jail Repaln. and ____ ___.. S10O down.
at a. point 19 feet northerly Laundry ? :_______.___ 200.00 Spare Te FU Part T '
from the Point of Ileglnnlngrun Supplement to Police Retirement (By CIty ,______ 1,000.00 I 4820 N.W.ISt; t 441 North T uoD"

; ,Bob':. Dodson. SEE Bruce Martin thence southerly 16 feel of flog Food I -_____________________________ 230.00 DAY ft EVENING .CLASSES ; FRTER Ganve 378-1844 :

along wily" line an Id to 50)said foot point right of beginning Police School ___?______-______________________ 150.00Totals LowTuition Term We Rent Fertilize CAL COLLECTMOVERS I wr .tWalpp.8r.

ALSO: 219 N.W.. 10th Are. Spreaeu'
: FOR TilE BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR That. partT oft To Exhibft "C" -_.__.__________.___ 79,533.03 _
.- The parent tract as described : \G&vWe a7SZ768 224 N.W. 8th Ave
..h..ve.. 8TRKKT: AND I .Ct
Tvlng (I) southerly of find PHONE 872-0478 .
: within 60 feet of a construction .KHtlmitled'HldhurspliKnl: ; ; : 1967-68 Budoet; CONCRETE PRODU Long. Distance Moving 116 N.W.. Sixteenth .St.

Mobile Home erly centerline of said. construction and ((2) north contirllne Street Department Foreman ____________________ 5.053".00 G Jh vUl le; FU.. L Day

and to the easterly 60 Laborers ((2)) ----,---i_.-..:_____________________._ 8.1541.84Garblge INSIST"THAT ALL YOtli. Storage C G-ESy 12I.I
.. .- '- -- foot right of way line of State Thtck'Drivers ((2)) ___________,__.____._ 7763.88 CONCRETE PRODUCTS 'S. -1( Shipping -
: : : '- rOW"DQVNPAnlENT\ Road Section 23620-250. Garbage lAbor ((4) .. .. 1374l.OO ARE BEST FROM I FRED ESTIMATES GAIL.HILL'S .
------ -
centerline ----- -------- -- --- Tl
being said described construction" a. follows: Train Truck Drivers ((1)) --._____________:1:______ 3792.88 J II S

.. MONTHLY\ PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT Commence on the north line Laborers ((2)) -_____________________.._____ 6,53484 Edward's I LS MOVING SEmNGMACII .

I of Section 8. Township 7 Relief Driver ((1)) ___._.______-________________ 3,599.96 Buidig: .

: FREE DELIVERY and SET UP line Houth of Range Section to(B, Rust Town.South hlp 7 Overtime ___________________._______._____ 1,517.00 Supply, Ic. \ &. Storage, Inc.

: South, Range a Contengency Fund .---.__.._____..______ 750.00 I National Sewing
point U210f :tatw.tt"rl Con.struction'Material -.:.-________________..___ 3,500.00 728 8. Main-373-4844 GAINESVILLECLASS 8& NE.' VaIdo R

from the NF corner "''f. Mid Equip.'., Repairs and Malnt. __.__________'-_______ 5.30O.OO; FLA.ELECTniC Oal.1e' -
: -
J MUSTANG Section rees 4(*8, run minutes thence 21 S. seconds 16 a> Tools and Supplies _____._____.____:._________..,.. 550.00 OV Machine Co., Inc.

W 14484 feet to the Point of Gasoline and Oil ---.-________.__________._.____ :2,400.00 CO;, INC. MUSIC .

Beginning of aald. construction Utilities ..______...________________._________ 567.OO MOTORS I .
\ f' survey llqe said. point being Uniform' ._..- J:____-____.________________.__._ 750.OO Music New Home Pfaff. Nrfoo,

; MOBIIEHOMES: the beginning tn the "SBhavlna of a curve; a concave radius Street Paving and Repairs ____.__________-.. 3.000.00Street EECTRIC .%ERrriikI: ; Vt: GLASS1 Lipham. Co. Universal

i of 22111] feet run thence Markers _____....___.__._____-_________._ 900.00 IJeN

.southwesterly along. .said. curve Rotary Mower _______-----__-------____________. 420.00 pai Co. Store Front Mirror; aJneTlll- Shopping Ctr. alee & aerrto
INC.UJS. through /a total ....lrU angle :Mechanical Tamper -_-_________.__________ 550.00 : 872-8353 .

seconds of. So !degrees jt .dietcnes 29 ndriu uf te.3.1794 10 Street Sweeper (Eat. 1/3 Cost) __-:_.....;".:,:_:______.____ 5,000.00 O Gainesville, Inc. Window ._ gilding OlW! 10' X. ,W. '10th Yet Nearly New Unit$5 mont!
: }llwy. /! frorth Phone 752-2797 : feet to i the and of said. curve

: 1- Florida' and th* .end i of said construction Total _.-----.--..----_____________-_...___' ___:.___. 72,439.20PARKS RpalrlnlRewd.New Doors -. Tub. Enclosuressos1 utore : Budget Ter
Lake City .Usd : A&le
ceIItrIfl5! : ad Baldwin Pianos A
Containing 11034 acres AND RECREATION'IJEPARTMENT.; \ Nr li Wade 'ItdOalnesyiTha ; Orl'aa i 1 1/11/ W."cntWmlt7.. ,
more or leas. exclusive. of existing WORK GUARAv Guitr -. Goya G.e
Headquarters For Instant Housing!f: I rood right of way.twn.i EaftnintfMl IrNn.ir-Wnncnt -SIh1g: rlajid .
: 1967..flll L
., A. Bintgrt Po 37-831S a1szo
!. ny. F McPnvId Salary ._ ___ .__._____ .-. --' 1"eUder 11S1S
and Mllilred McDnvld. his wife. Supt. -- : ; ___..:_________.:_ aoonuOAsst. a_ .ple. _.. _. _
To Supt. Salary ___ .__________ -t -aP5 "
.a Subject' ; Unrecorded Up- -- ,____. OOOO.OO.> ,:. .5 :_ -: -:i:7

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Mrs. Julie Thomas In the -Hampton area for the I Wokshop Held there will bs a display of

past 14 years. She was a teacher materials including.
Services Held member of the First Presbyterian audio-visual equipment:, at the

In Mexico, N. Y. Church of Starke. For School USO for any persons to study
and become acquainted
Surviving are her husband
Mrs. Julie E. Thomas, 59. Stanley C. Thomas; VolunteersDespite

died Saturday morning at two sonsRalph S., of Jacksonville New Statutes

her home In Hampton after and S. C. ThomasJr. a cooling oft in the Regulate Funeral
an extended! illness. She was ;., of Oswego N. Y.; one state's education crisis due to''
born In Gettysburg Pa. on brother. Harry 8. Morita Jr.. a compromise between. Oov. ProcessionsThe
Nov. 15. ion and had lived and a Mater Mrs. Joe S. Claude Kirk and the Florida
Education Association work Bradford Couny Sheriffs
J shop sessions were held here Office has called attentionto 1
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home last Friday to Instruct persona 1 new laws, passed at the
hit In the classrooms In event? ing to traffic control for funeral CHURCH cutpqcu I CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
STARKE PHONE 964-6200 of mass teacher resignations. processions.A ; ,
Schedule of services: Sun School. a', .
I Elementary school principals funeral procession is defined Sunday School 10:00 a. m., Schedule of services:: Sunday' Sunday m.Corning Sunday: School 10 a. m
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176 motor day School 9:45: a.rn'MOjrn-; :* Worship. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
11:00 ;
Charles Francis and James as four or more Morning Worship : a. School 10 a.m. Worship 11 '
Hobbs spoke on classroom procedures vehicles accompanying the m., Training Union. 7:00: p. and 7:80: Training ing Worship 10:45 e. m. and 7 P- .in.-.Rev. Xeland A., Evening Worship 8 p. m.i

Rental Services at the morning session body of a deceased person in m.. Evening Worship, 8:00: p. Union a.m. 6:30: pm.p.m.- Rev. Jack Training Union, 04S; p. .m. ..Baker. pastor.Thursday I' Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
attended by 86 elementary daytime when each of such n., Stolte Evening Service 7:45.: Mid Visitation 10 8 f: m. Sing each Friday" at 8
HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS school volunteers.The vehicles has its headlights Prayer meeting. Wed.. 7:30: week Prayer Service Wed- a. m. and 7 p. m. 'p. m. Rev. Harvey Lan., pastor

CRUTCHES I afternoon session, for lighted. p. m. -Rev. Virgil Lov U, ; OF' GOD neaday 745; p. m *.

those volunteering for work In The new law states: (Pastor. SUrke NEW RIVERBAPTIST
I 432 N. St. Clair St.. SMYRNA MISSIONARY '
the high school was attendedby "Pedestrians and the operators :.CALVARY BAPTIST'
Sunday School lOa. m Sunday
: 10 a. 'm.
15 of all vehicles except BATLESS
persons.The Worship Services, 11 am.. Morning Worship.. 11 a. m. ';. Sunday School 10 a. m.
sessions were conductedby emergency vehicles shall yield BAPTIST CHURCH 6U.: W. Pratt St. Sunday
and and'7:30p.'m.: YPB. Wednesdw services: 10 Training Union.- p. m. Evening Morning ''Worship, 11 a. m.
GET CASH L. H. Gibson Mrs. Lucille the right of way to each ve- Sunday School
, Payne county supervisors hicle which la a part of e Sunday: School, 10 a. m.: 7:30.: p. in. Prayor Meeting a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Worship, .a p. m Training Union 6:80: p. m.
Wheneverthe Morning Worship Service 11 : Friday. 70::: p. m,-,Rev.I Wednesday' night service, Evening Service 7:30.: Prayer
and Wanda Prevatt funeral
I Mrs. procession. Training Union. 6:15: p m. '
: IMMEDIATELY aid.County lead vehicle in a funeral a. m.i Training Union. 6:30: S. 'William" xxutor.: 7:30: p. m., Everyone welcome. Meeting' Wednesday 7:30p. :
library Evening Worship! 7 m.
, Superintendent Tom procession lawfully enters an p. m.: Evening! Worship 7:30: I Everyone welcome .- p.Elder! :-L. L. Parker, pastor. m.--Rev. R.- H. Butler

, Casey said he felt it was Important intersection the remainder of p. m. : fINE LEVEL 1I.u"1'1S'k I T. C. Williams pastor. .1 pastor.
Wed.. 7:30 CHURCH OF CHRISTSunday
I Prayer Meeting : IM
hold the the vehicles In such procession
to workshops Sunday School 10 .. m '
; though a truce had been continue to follow such p. m.1; O. A. Meeting. Wed., FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: I ; HEILBKOXV: BAPTISTSunday
even may Morning Worship/ 11 a. m : Bible Study 10 ,
IJIF" $25 TO Choir Rehearsal '
I $600 reached In the teacher resignation lead vehicle through the Inter- 7:30: p. m.; \ Pre-Servlces [Booster band, a. m.; -Morning: Worship and School >y:4a: a. nt.
II I threat. He gave !these: section notwithstanding any Wed., 7:30": :p. m.i; Erother- Young People, and PMysiService Sunday School, 9:45: a. *LMorning. Communion Service 11 a. m. Morning Wor ap.! 11 a. m.
hood meeting last Monday I .Worship
control device or right 11 a. m. [Training Union. 6:30
traffic :
reasons: p. m.
". ]. a p. m. Evening: Evening services! 8:30.Wednesday :
'David .
e&cJa month. Rev.
DO YOU HAVE. I 1)) There are vacancies at of way provisions\ prescribedby In Youth Fellowship 8 p. m. Training Union 7:00: p. m.
: Midweek Worship sere1lce
Worship 7
I present Iat'he school system,. statute or local ordinance, Medeiros. pastor. m. Choir Practice Wednesday .Evening Service. 8:00: Midweek -
I and he wanted to : the operator of each I Service. Wednesday, ''7:30: p 7 p. m.'' Minister Jack P.
.Too many payments to make? encourage provided HOPE 'BAPTIST CHURCHtnifhwaV 8 pan Prayer Service 7:39
) teaching prospects to continueon vehicle exercises due care to m.-fie.. D. L. Ramsey, pastor ; Rev. Robert D. Burch.- "'- '" !t Ben.- ..; ..p.:;:m. Wednesday
: -Too many bills to pay? and become certified to avoid colliding with any other lOt at TherewaJ '
I teach. vehicle or pedestrian upon the) Sunday School 10 a. n>I. o' ,

2)) It is not certain by any roadway."No Morning Worship! -11 a. m:
: DO YOU NEED I means that the education crisis person shall operate any Training-! Union-8:30: ( p. m. toAn"

is over yet. vehicle as a part of a funeral ;Evening Worship .- 7:1: !
: EXTRA CASH NOW? 3)) The sessions presented an procession without having the pi m.* Investment In Your' futureATTEEI

I opportunity to acquaint a headlights of such vehicle Wednesday Nlgnt T"':ayer

: I number of persons with class lighted. Services 7:30: p. m., Rev.,_
room procedures. "No operator of a vehicle Merle Packham.. paster. e 6 l1C
shall drive between vehicles In
MONEY PROBLEMS I Casey said that each Friday -
a funeral or otherprocessionwhich *..Iall.aena6ia.slla..rlealepvwnvr.v.w.vrrrrrrrS
are properly Identified
J We Are Trained To Help! while the procession Is In motion
Rechard both of York Pa.; : on .Vayioss .rttr'
and six grandchildren. except when directed" to way tsa 2231at: aattord Road .. wttM! ,!r".Tt +Mr, wnvtixM.w.4vbt1'Qh'wtn:%S4T.ra?:x:!.'}, ??fi r'1..t w
do so by a police officer. Services itiri. :?iiuea:SSi ,ii'60'CiwSiVYY.awSri .
Funeral services were held [SR_ 16]. : Hundj :
Town Finance Co.
t Tuesday In Mexico, N.V.. School. 10 a. m. Sunday r
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral" St. Regis Bought. Morning Worship 11 a. m
,)) 225. N. Temple Ph. 964.7449' Home was in charge of local $54,855 Worth Of Training Union. 8:30 p. m / H A H U Yya11'
.) arrangements.A4vrtUm :Evening> Service. ,::30. Midweek ;'
l Wood In Bradford Prayer Service), Wednes 'Ps

I>) < ..it> day. 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Lair :: t It's Sunday I An exciting'day 1 Fv. planned BO" many Interesting way to\ **

i) j I __... .. ,_ St. Regis Paper Company hon_pastor.
-. bought some $34,853: worth of j present God's lover to the wee' small people rtoiteacMng'H6'w' they joVe God ?r

:i j ; NEED OIL EMULSION wood grown In Bradford County BETUEL BAPTIST CHURCH A.!
during 1963 for its kraft 4 and Ills church! They are always there arly."Must hurry I My young'ones.wantto.fcej '
I 0 paper mill in Jacksonville. Sunday School, 10 a. m

now Most of the wood purchased. Morning Worship. 11 a.' 'm' < i+ ; there;early,to. HowJpleised.; our;;Tatter iA i E aven
:: Shrubbery must bcTsprayeclfor l In Bradford County Is handled Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m 1

through Dyal Wood, Inc., Prayer Meeting. 7:30: P. 'm L must be to see so many preparing excitedly' ahdu T s
operated by E. E. Dyal an Independent Wednesday. Rer. W. .XNewmans : > : .- t
maximum protection dealer shipping ,, psvstor, happily to have a worship experience with Thm. r

I wood to St. Regis. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD. ''tI See thero'k little wI1i181 I a 3 L
'com y6u
) | Ifs shrubbery spraying time! condition more capable of surviving A Chemical Co. substantiatethe According ,to figures OF STARKE very y
1 for Starke! September has \ the cold winter months. importance of this spray. piled recently St. Regis bought .1 3| Psilm2 "Lori koed the
::8 J have ,
'I|I been set aside as the monthi Home owners are fully Don't take chances with some $0.3 million worth of West Weldon Sf. and Rot-.. tra '

i i for the application for the oil aware of the vast expense of your shrubbery. Call 064-5745 wood in 52 counties in Florida I ford Rood.. l| :'' habitation of ftiy/ houge, tai4 the ylaet "'
emulsion. spray, a necessary landscaping a home, and of today, tomorrow for sure. To where the company owns or I Sunday Services :OO a.m.

- safeguard against plant( pests the increased value a home enJoys neglect your shrubbery at this controls 600,000 acres of forested Sunday School; 11:00 ajn $y'& where thine honor dweUeth.t "*
and cold weather. as a result of a well land.Landowners. Morning Worship;. 8:30'p.m.: ,.
i time could'be
'ThIs application'''should not planned AND WELL, PROTECTED very costly. and tree farmers C. A. Services: 7:30: p.m.

i be,.used during cold weather.. landscape. The number Don't be half-safe! Call may secure forest? management Evangelistic Services. 1 }y...; .}

I A spray now will send plants of requests already .on Florida Pest Control &; Chemical advice and counsel at. Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. MidWeek I :};?,:{:': }'14v G::<:}:}:;r{:v{{:}a' 't:{i :{:;:;:?:}: }:}rh:: :y'j }{,,
t Into dormancy in a healthy record at Florida Peat Control Co. and be surer r ri no charge from St.. Regis foresters PrB.yerMeettnrl.. ,.
I i woodto ; }i hd f}a::.{
or dealers shipping Pastor: Rev. George Green
f }} ti5,ix: .' {:Si :
: ; ;. .
i i St. Regis. Jr.. }{}: ,.'an; ,},;
- .J __- The company. owns or controls
1.6 million acres of wood.

lands in Alabama,. Florida BAPTIST. CHURCH _
-- Georgia. Louisiana and Mississippi. Sunday School 9:43a.: m.

Though the company is Morning' Worship 11'' a. m ..
J which Training Union 6:15: p nt ,
a large landowner forest practices Evening, Service 7:30 p.;, m. MrM ta waaM DM krmMft W Hk bM ? .
I intensive manage Midweek Service ;zJ M.w./debtt.e.edraeeraaIM f ',ljy '.
Prayer ,,
: .
Will Electric ment, however, it depends on :- It Itut Ice ky Mi.*Ib MlM* Without .ih W tttSi
Irrigation Wednesday .7:30: p. m.. Comelet ''r c
landowners and .
Other private worship All imMdhi In ttw few rf M,M SHU* r'' } '
tree farmers to supply'' 'about us together a fetid, s' wpq r H.. "IBpnwrn Ir,. c"e'Ai
Boost 73: per cent? of the wood used ; } ed IM frwd m kk1 M M< r 1, n r
Y our Money-Crop? by its southern kraft mills. FIRST'lUETJlODIST j b1t IV tar rg kwtlitly ,.6a. 1kr.Ie..we 'I't ti' 3 v K
CHURCH. STARKE /' } (ran MUM pM 4 fc.,*e ibuM; aw.d S :' ';. ] ,', C IN ,
NEW CORPORATION Sunday 1 Church School., % IMOtenafrarwk.de.wseemdIM. $ f

CHARTEREDSecretary 9:45: a. m.:1:; Morning Worship i'Q re .Id W Stilly, Irym1.IMMow,
r 11 a, M..'Snack Sup-
of State Tom Adams :.MKp.nM i o M(pftoU and portlcffrt
has announced the chartering per for MYP, 6:30 p. m ; 4 Own* hum a jrt.fti.fnit .6 e R ..f: ... Ji $J t
I i
K of Starke ChryslerPlymouth MYP meetings -7 p. m.; eYt// ,fco*nrf Minn as 1nwk nkks }. v.,7.... .,Z n.:...4..,. f fq
Inc., 1903 N. Temple Evening Worship. 8 p. m. W erMM duN d "7a: s,}.... :,.... 4

Ave., Starke; authorized stock: 10 Monday. Prayer Group;; J /.1: I ;!,} :.':}:; .;::;..{}:{,:}. :;} {:! ;? : ti ;y... Rtl...}
200 sores of common at $100 a. m.Wedne&day

share. Dealing In auto Bible Study '
per Wr6t .W N4S6rrr
e ; ,{ I.
sales. Incorporators: Thomas and Prayer Meeting 7:30: p., Cason iistif? { {: ;

E. Roberts Gainesville: Eliza, m.Thursday
beth C. Baldwin, Starke andJ. -chancel Choir ,

... W. Walker; Mendenhall, Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. .
Miss. Filed Oct. 12. 1967 by attorney FridayJunior Choir Rehearsal '

George H. Pierce. 3 p. nv. This Feature Published. in the' 'Interest; of a Better. Community by the Following

- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL' : .l Civic-Minded 'Business, Firms '. f. -

STARKE Sunday School 9::45.Mom1na' ,. ,
Sunday School, Worship. 11. Training -
Sunday -
Worshipat union 8:15.: Evening FAULKNER 'Edwards STARKE' BUILDERS
9:43: a. m. Morning Grocery &
11. sermon "Man's: 'Will Worship 730.: Wednesday SINCLAIR 'SERVICE -
Salvation. Training Prayer }Meeting\ 7:30.: Choli .SUPPLIES Inc.
and Mkt.Graceyies >. ,
Practice 3:15.A1R.PARK. .
d/ Union 6:15.: Evening Wor- U.HAUL'RENTALS .
,.. ship. 7:30.: sermon, The *' Truck :: : rMtOrtDC'Am Hardware
.... GIft of Oftd) That Is .Within BAPTIST.Suntay. /' : ; Trailer'.. -Meat's-Feeae Complete Paint Supplies

,,. 1 ,,Gila.a .OiJ, _, ,and Sporting Oood
JJ1fllrduJl You. .. School 10 :la::. m.,, ,Complete. Lubrication
r Monday RA meeting 8 Morning/Won IP. '11 am' Minor, !-Tune-up. ; Ph.: '904.5312 :gtark .:Fs.r / t'COJSCKJ19 / 1'mrn: US'JI'iasr-
p. m. Youth Choir' Practice. TrainingUnlorr..- 7'Po'111, Eve '
4flll} s / -- 7. <.,. *. ...J I rung Service,' 8 ;p. m.--Rev,, '709 S.'Walnut' 'Ph. $M- S9' .. 'I .PbNogtoo, ...S&. M4-A3TO

Junior Choir . c'
.. You bet it will! Tuesday Leroy .Olive, PAstor.MADISOV ; i '
Practice and Sunbeam. 3:30: Lawson ''Meat Market
p. m. Primary Choir, 4:30.: STREET DOYLE CONNER' 4 !
Wednesday Sunday
V Insurance .
: A modern electrically-operated 'pump'and Agency '
School Superintendents OF ING.
I t for service: STARKER Ve BpedaHas) In Custom Slaughterrag. -
] will increase: productivity'and'conserve'water. .
sprinkler system Meeting., 8:30.: Prayer 8-A.V-E; patting A WrappingfMpafed -
I. Sunday School 9:45 a.ca,: U.301 .
_ ,.'. You can sprinkle just Meeting. 7:30.: ChUrcli Choir Morning Worship 11. Tout: With Your Mutual Agent For Deep '--

i the amount you need .where and when ,Practice. 8:15.Thursday: Bible Class, Choir.Practice 4::30 p.m. Tout h: Ph. 96'.7600'Starke; Fla. PHONE 964-7049

_ water is needed. Night operation can minimize 7 Choir Supper. 5:45.: Training 222 N. Temple. .Ph.- 964.7369.. .
10 a. m. Visitation,; p..m.ITIIE
loss. 8:13.: WMU Prayer ClrcJe
I J' axi.II. .;4''" evaporation 7:13; Evening Worship, Starke 66" Service Bradford! County ,DeWITT, C. JONES
..r Electric motors give dependable perform. ; RIGHT POINT for U1r : :

,. ; r 1 r.; ante and peace of mind. Can be controlled the way yea write Come to 7:30.Wednesday Prayer anA BILL EDWARDS TELEGRAPHTYPEWRITERS ,FUNERAL HOlIES

, by time-docks or float-switches! to make and select roar favorite E3- Praise Service. T:30: pan. Starke, Ph..9.64<6200

irrigation automatic. And now the average TCKBIIOOK fountain pen. Church Choir Practice. '::80. Braka,' Service.-Wheel Balance Keystone 1 Heights -
Tn.F.OR4'P .
kilowatt-hour is one-third Thursday Sunbeams anGA's d and Alignment '
price paid r
per i Ph
1. ,, 473-3176
A meet 3:30.: Visitation,,
a less than it was just 10 years agr incetownRettrr t p.m. 612 ,N. Tempi-Ph. 984-7231 New''& Used TT !

..... :

ay See your equipment dealer or enact u.. 1! "........KAOISaOMM..:. W, I/Y.a.=.. ::M: DED.VX BAPTIST pnm.cSunday .I Charley E. Johns FOR SALE OR RENT Hurst: t Shell Service
a w .4a.
.- j : School 10 a.m.t; Worship Agency .
.. 9444070.OEKER.it
Ml. > Walnut Ph. ,
>" ** -
| HELPING 111111" UAion 6:30: << p.m. Worship Service
me Homes Furniture Ceo : : tNBCEANCBKTelMWIy !! MACHINES
:1200 8. E4Fwood Are.Jacksonville. 7:30: p.m. Rev. Lacy Conway Uwy. SOl & 100 Ph. 964-6111

Florida S220S pastor. Charley Bat K.-Nobody J.ha Affmey UDd8neQe Pfcvn- 964-6305. 003,.. :'.w...... II....


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By Lynn Hamilton
There are those boatmen STOR
who like to stow the family
aboard and take off for a
week end or a full vacationof ;'!
flolltuds. There are also
those who like to take the

.. pany family with and others.cruise In com- looking Oil'e. 39'c i

Organized group cruisesare
gaining In popularity. .. i
Many outboard runabout I
clubs and outboard cruiser '
clubs plan several group Qts. DEEP SOUTH Limit 1 With A $5.00,
cruises each season Inolud t tSHEDD
Ing from 10 to 30 boats 1
With the organization, of o'ise 39,1
pore active cruising .clubs _

organized around the cruises country are ,certainto ,these '. 'c

continue to flourish.
... .Some. of these group cruises *S'PEANUT BUTTER & 2'. ARROW BATHROOM y
such as Floi Ida's annual I I I '
Kissimmee River. Cruise, SAVES' YOU ,Jelly 69 Tissue. 19; ..
have ''receiVed nation wide' rmcEO* .
publicity. A cruising club In
Milwaukee popularized the. 6-01. SWEET 10 '1-lb.1 Loof.DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH No. 2111'Can THRIFTY MAID Unpeel.dBread '
"Smorj-Aboard." a sort of LIQUID SWEETNER. 87! 2ft' '
< l : I
II' pot-luck affair ,with a number -
of boats rafted together pin 2/35/ Apricots 291I _
'...; for social calls or a meal. PRUNES .' 47* 2 _
The most common form of IS-oz I : DEL MONTE
u. group cruising say the folks RAISINS .27*! 2<2 ,
at Evinrude Motors Is the 14Pk. SUNMAID Gsrtl

W''" informal excursion of two or RAISINS 27* 2 more boats. These are made-\ Qt Angelo Sherry Flo Beer & Wine Licensed Stores Only '
up of friends members of the SHERRY 'WINE 87! Ba<2: r ; '
same boat club or people
who keep their craft at the 3A Qt. Angela Burgundy Flo Beer&Wln Licensed Stores Only _ _ .. (
..\. same anchorage They _Blm- BURGUNDY WINE 69d! 6a: SanbornCOFFEC
ply !get together and decide V4-oz: KELLOGGS A \ V
.. ,'
.... to cruise to the same spot. SPECIAL K . .35*! 2ft
This type of cruise Is very 18-oz: KELLOGGS \ AE1Ula
much aka t' to the group pic 'CORN FLAKES . 43*! 2ft V. _
nic. Everyone brings supplies:
for a day or'a week end of _
REQUEST PACK 31 rf 2ft
a cruising: they raft together _
or stop together for meals '
... and: If overnight anchor FRUIT LOOPS ; 35* 2 e ; f
close together for the night. 1 1M.:. POST CEREAL 1j .>' Y
Not only Is it fun to cruise GRAPE NUTS 45! 4ft
. *
,n. In company with others It Is fV4-oz ASTOR w" r F rUB-t Drinks 4/$1/

also tive. Informative Any boatman and can rotecu always -- VANILLA EXTRACT .33* 22 : : -
No. '300 Con,LYK6S
learn skills' from WAKES UP THE FLAVOR
,", another. They some can swap experiences ACCENT w 95* 3ft
and find new 32oz. SOFT AS ILK Chili w/Beans/ 4/$1/
e" cruising waters by this ex CAKE FLOUR e 47* 20

., change. The caravan nature Tall Cons THRIFTY MAIDEVAPORATED .. 3"".....-01: LYKES '.
of the group cruise la ideal MILK 3/47 2ft A ,.
-, In the event any member of 15-oz. EAGLECONDENSED Potted Meat 101
the group should have any ::
mechanical or technical dif MILK ''39* 2a: _
ficulty. 8 Qt. THRIFTY MAID
Boatmen are a naturally INSTANT MILK 69* 4ft
friendly lot. They love the 10-ot.: CARNATION INSTANT p

... company of other boaters. DRY MILK . 32.* 3a<:
,,' For that reason the croup L I 7-oz.: MINUTE 4._
cruise, be It formally organ- MINUTE RICE ,25 2a
ized or of the spur-of-the . : M
"" 5-lb. V
moment variety will continue '
to grow in popularity. zIMJIDANDY 'GRITS 43* 6a:

.. PEANUT BUTTER .,,43* 2 .' New Life Bible 12-oz. SKIPPYPEANUT '
:. Club Meets BUTTER 430 4 .-" Each 24-oz DEEP SOUTH PINEAPPLE L
nt The New Life Bible! club 2O-oz. WELCH'S MINN.DIXll' .TD. I DWmBNT-l I
meets each Tuesday from FRUIT OF VINE 39* 4 _
N o. /j Com VAN CAMPS ,
"u3:30: to 4:30: p. m. at Calvary Or RED LABEL i

to. Baptist Church In Starke. KARO SYRUP 67* 2ft Vienna
I I. Each child attending la 28-oz. Sausage 5/$1/ .
eligible to earn a free week '
of GIRL SYRUP 37* 2ft
,- summer camp and other Pfs KRAFT No. 303 Can' ARGO CUTGreen
t awards. Any child grades 1-
B. who attends each week MAYONNAISE . 43* 2ft
I.,w throughout the school year 32-oz. DEEP SOUTH WHOLE Beans' 8'/$1/ .
.. memorizes the required Bible DILL PICKLES . 37* 2Q
aa. verses and the books of the 24oz. FRENCH'S PREPARED ,No 2 Ml Can1 VAN CAMPS .

Bible is eligible! for an MUSTARD ., 33* 2ft
'e award. Pork & Beans
,,20-oz. HUNTSHUNTS 4/$1' /
The .
club is sponsored by -
37 2d20oz. .
nrM the Children's Bible CATSUP :
Mission HEINZ Regular 89< .20 COUNTBeechnut .
with Mrs. Charles
.",.. teacher. All boys Oehrlff and girls as HEINZ KETCHUP 37* 2d t 69J
are invited to attend. JUMBO ROLL KLEENEX Gum /

For additional Informa PAPER TOWELS 35* 2ft .,
-- tion, call Keystone Heights 16 Ct. LIPTON FAMILY GLEEMToothpaste .

...... 4734214. tI TEA BAGS .. . 23* 2<<2 78J


... ... .....-, .; ... INSTANT TEA '. .,; 87* 2* Regular $1.00..GIANT RIGHT GUARD .. :

.. 'f' 303 Can DOLE -
...... FRUIT COCKTAIL;. .29* 2 , a. '_ .
wt"JAM ., .


M, Fryers ? '! ? : ? T5 1 i. -? 1, ',A'vu 8.5* Liquid Starch : : : : 13* ; .

:/4-Gal., COLD WATER ALL 3* ALL FLUFFY \. ', Pkg HOWARD J.OHNSON"Detergent

..u ""'" : ? ': ? ? ? $229 Detergent f f f w : 85 ', Chicken Croquettes 69<* .

( ... J, ." __ 3* CONDENSED ALL t*... .*JM ....V-......: 10-0. Pka. LIBBY'SGreen

.. ? ? ? : : 39* Detergent :' ? : M 79* Peas, 7 : 5/$1:

- GIANT BREEZE 4 -. .j fr --* 1 l-Lb. Pko. In Quarters KRAFT

.e ,Detergent : : : !:' ? 87*" Detergent; ? ? ;? :,U?. 239 Parkay Margarine 4/1 : .

*" te..Jwa f i> ) DISHWASHER ALL ,r. db ... i I''

- Detergent ? ? ? : 85* Detergent 7 7 : ?, .,A 79* Toastettes : '7 : :r 7 43*

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,II I CLIP THESE : IEx- r/s. ;r'I EX.-rRA. ;: -- E:' --RA. '- IEX-TRA. : I EX.--RA.+ I I4T I

....III! : : !..GREEP_STAMPS : I I 4 ( GREEN. ."! STAAAPS : I I dx CitEEN"' ..STAMPS : I .x. .HJEJEN.STAMPS.... ;:i d"..GREEN... ."! STAMPS : ;;
: COUPONS FOR 8 8 1 #49 ONe 1.'* BOHA : I.. NOUN.Ar C"N.
8 : Ie7 'TWO PINT. HtCH.. : J I 43* PUNCHA.II.oo WOXTMHalloween ora 8 I 044. .ewe 1OO e LKAf1'Notct : J4.' It MOWAluminum :I J6t1: ..0000 I...M.. :
1 i Coffee Rich I Candy : n ..>ok. Binder e !. Foil 81 J.:! Stem Mushrooms eI ,
.. ". j ... ,I.s::: :+ ..
....".. -. 88 EXTRA STAMPS ..8 ae OOO....TNttU... .OCT,.......... 1.. = AT.000 LOOAI.TMHU WIMN..IHIM OCT;'a., 8 I ...000.. ..-,.,.... U waN.eUlu OCT a., a; AV aOOO LOCAL THRU.OCT,,,,,..,a..r. 811 ..10100.. ....T..U... wMr 00:1'....I 8 8 IY f I

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7 THURSDAYOCT.. 26, 1967 nnAnmnn roinvrr Tr.i.rnRArn.: "''TARR PWRmA .
- -I. .. ___ wrccmow: % PAOR: :5
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,I '.

.I Colored l Citizen!

SAVF 4pr .. .. Neap.. .! .

lU8' MON.EY IttCltUTI. All tttys IUN and.NEWS'girl between-

theagot" 0 and 15win?
wwultf like to pnrtlcip, < ; in
.. '" the City Leaiue> '' Basketball
:t proenifn are asked td renter :
( 0 SAV I"
\ \t {( :. .. Center 6:30:' p. ,'m.'Record .IIDpa'dally from are <::30 ling to

held e&cfti Friday night! from
.2 v r 8 td 11. aid all teenagers
,,, ,: 1'9J I are Invited to attend And
A L' i.t" STORtS endoy with supervision.an evening of fun

The Reno Recreation basketball
I team and th') Bradford
by ,the Starke Recft8
+; 1 tlon Department are prac-j j
STEAK 98i 549 tldrift{" every Tuesday ana:
w '
Thiirsday: froirf 4:30: ( ku 7 and;
frdln""'7:30: t6 9 p. m '
Paris' tie Invited td' barn

L $1O9, .,practice.The Hawk "are coached 55 b/

$ STEAK Lb. STEW .1. 291 ltecreatfon Charles! Jackson, and the',
team IS coached,
or bv Johnnie Jackson,

I 9trl Scout( Troop 623 Is >In
C ;R p vited to attend. the Youth*
: y:2 STEAK 59 Lb. Program at 2 p. m; Saturday -
; ?; S AME Starke., Oct.Church 28. at Mt.In < Ptegato South

W-D BRAND GROUND Plus 100 Free with coupon from PTA MEETING
USDA E-Z CARVE RIB newspaper The PTA. meeting of RJE

1 a ASfcND: : : : wlir X, at'be'7:30:held p.Wednesday m. 'All parent Nov-' !
e 5
I u QK F RFFF 1 invited and OBITUARY Interested to attend.persona arq$

:ReV. Clyde Hankerson, 99.'

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU OCT.; 2''' a minister and a member of,
a / WNN.D, ,.,.RTONU. ''ND.-ca".RIClNT-I.I1. the Greater Bethel Baptist;
Church of Starke: ;: died at his
I 1 1Lb. RATH'S BLACK HAWK r home here Monday. Oct. 18,
,k Survivors Include threrf
'Sliced Bacon .'' 69, brothers, Dan. Saul, and;
t VII'RO( Hankerson, ill ot
t a S '_ 1Lb. Bag COPELAND : : Starke. .4 1 1Funera
e S '' services

1 .. : Pork I Sauna e LB. 49,; at Greater t 11, arrr.. Bethel. Sunday! werp.tin Baptist helc the

Church with Rev A.. Vlnaonofficiating.
i2-oi.'pkg.'TARNOW .
Burial has In
Franks .391'12oz. S pjeaekntx drove CL+Ctfmotety
.. .' under direction. of Chestnut;
At Halle' Funeral Home.
Joseph Norrls son Of Mrs.
12-ci. Pkg. .KRAFT INDIVIDUALLY'WRAPPED SLICED, Pork Sausage 55/ Irene Ferguson, was promd-

American Cheese 59; ted to Army aprtlallst-S
: .i FRESH BOSTON BUTT while servingflth*Headd
quarters Co.\: ', XT. S.,1 Army
BOROEN'S BIG TENCanned c Pork Roas LB. 4.9x G .rt18on..t. Fort tawton
43' WashHe entered th* Army
Biscuits / ; r tit) 1963 /ahtt J., now: serving,
TASTE 0' :SEA; OCEAN (IN.THE MARK t 4'.B'' p1otogrehpbr'{ '., J
3-oi."BORDEN'S' ITALIAN STYLEGrated Perch ''Pvt.: Clinton KeJly80n' of
Fillets 3.9
LB' Mrs' Mabel Tyson"rf'; I 'Route
Cheese 37; .2. has completed Hind weeks
_l, S 12-ci. "Pkqs' < FRENCH FRIED -. of advanced infantry' ; tttrfrtliwr -
14-oz 'Cup PALMETTO FARMS' $ .,., At, .For MqClella.it, Ala
Fish Cakesi. simulatesVietnam
/ The course which
Pimento Cheese 69 .. condition*, Ihcludea
training! In' uoh' subjects as
__ land navigation 'communi
cations.. guerrila and survival
Bethlehem Free" Will Baptist
; i ; Church. Rev, .Lewis .Mc
r 1 I Kay. pastor. Monday night.Choir .
I No.3: and) Ushers
1 .1 -' r---------: i Board No. 2 will rehearse at
i LI 7:30: Tuesday night.' Choir
r Ir No. Land rehearse at 5to/;
Y I m. Wednesday 'nlKht Praytr!
d L r.... ... .d A. a.I Meeting. *Thursday night
ms&msm Ladles Circle meets I,t', tna
home: of Mrs.,Moseiy Friday
night"the pastor and' congre-
a ''SUPERBRAND ALL FLAVORS! gatlon will go' td Waldo to
I 1 render services for Rev. 'S.
White. Choir No.. '31. will
-" Ice Cream HALF 59 i iI serve.' Sunday choor. 9:30.:
a GAL. Morning Worship at. If with
I Mrs. ,,Marry >IMcdoud.) super I
v4s9r." .In charge of Educational -
tJ observance. YFCL- at
a OR 4:30: with1 A. C. Carter In
J PUMPKIN __ charge Mrs. Mary MoCIoud
PIES t; I ; : 3/$1 w1k be In charge of Sunday!
nlehf services with Mrs.MauFice .
f J TASTE 0SEASEAFOOD; 'J. White taf (speaker.
i PLATTER ; -; 2/$1. Th" public' Is Invted'' to' attenK" -

I Miss Ellne Penlon and
Pk0. of'6 ESKIMO 1I '

I 55.5 : ROCKET BARS' : : : : fu; 29i Mack Greater(Lee,' Free faithful Will membersof BaoXlst:

Church are still In' Bradford
OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF: TURKEY HtjigpitW 1 recmJertttHtif!! after
MEAT; DINNERS = ; : '=' 39 .accident. 'bout.twtt'' :weeks
ORAWGE i 2/'l. ,, Each a visits and 'cards. from

DONUfs"0! : : .a' 31.- POTATOES .. :, '69- i i iPk Church.-friends.Greater' Allen", v. 't*%Chapel A., ,,Sampson AME

I of 2' MRS SMITHs.. HOWARD JOHNSON CORN'' pastor.< Sunday School 10 a.
j j : in.:Schedule''for the day-will
PIE SHELLS 39 TOASTEES.I -Pkg.Aw terminate with a Missionary
., .... Service afr 1 1 a mw Choir No.

REGULAR SIZE"Praise ; .I_ REGULAR SIZE!''ASSORTED -ox. LUX LIQUIDDetergent1, ...;.-.. 1 will:aerve. ""
1 Regular ''serrlces will beheld
Soap : : ': 2/33* Lux Toilet Soap. : r? 2/35 q' .35 -. .. Sunday Nov.,5. Sunday

. BATH SIZEPraise BATH SIZE JU.4.Lax { 22-oz. LUX LIQUID ..... .... bra. u School Ham. ()Holy a. nu,, Love communionwilt l"e" .a.+..

Soap ? 7 n '.,f> 2/45/ Toilet Soap : '7 : 33 Detergent ': '1 .63st. i '. service.be given, at the 6 p. m.

REGULAR' SIZE 12-)z. DOVE LIQUID '.fc..wi** Pints WISK CANS .+..1NL. aA. ....ratlNtb'U'. AM Appreciation Service'
p :3/45* 3 ? ? 35# Detergent 7 '?' 7. > 7Ouart 43 will *be' given In. honor of
LifebuoySoap/ : :, .. Detergent 7 : ? "Rev. LT...A.. Sampson orijltov.
BAT 'SIZ 22-oe., DOVE LIQUID S4' .: .. t'' *&' s WISK CANS .f jnt'-jj ti l.,- 12' at' a p.: m'by, ,members orGreater"

Lifebuoy Soap -:_ m 2/43* Detergent : ? ? 3 ? ? 63st Detergent : 7 ,?:!, I 7 77 77*' years ofrvteel'Allen ,Chap will\ her!l", con Nine-

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NOUTNLNN NRLLR W.D NA.No JOLO KtN" .4 war you'Jfc. ..Tlte. codIeIn
Devlfcf'CrobS"! "I'.a: X 1 'Ground Beef : I Onion Ring ,j Cube Steaks : Turkey Roast I : .
and Heist
: tour favorite CSTERHROOK
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tyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy will be interested in knowing.' Elboon of Gainesville were Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Mrs. Gainesville spent the weekend within fi>rly "'.-I 14ft days' the riclltluuN name of -JACK'S JOHNS IDeuea.d.NoTreld .. tile plauo or ,i-oHlilunc-n' and
1 from, iluln, nf 'aw.nl. of bid ElJO FARM" at Qriihum, Flor- TO CREDITORSAll pout office add I',-.. .r I Hi,uclaimant
that he is in the army and visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ruby Johns and Mrs. Mun- I with his grandparents Mr. and I Kili-tlior, liiriii-fiiiillon," tuny bn lilu (P 0 Box 721 Stnrk uredltora of th. estate of I and Ill tiNt I h<> Hwnnto "
stationed at Ft. Penning, Crosby Wednesday after- dorff were Sunday:! guests of Mrs. Joe Dorko and other "htlll"01It. tin-, "rrii'.- uf the Kluililii. ), i Ititxnd I to rvtflater Carl' John, daveaiiod. are bv thu clHllniint. lilu, i UKnt,
Bavless Hivvav Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan. relatives. SUIKII" \," <-nd.t, ,, or I 1'1., ,,- I Intrm the sKId| lIen,. with the Circuit hereby notified and required ur lilH itt t..l,n..v. or It u III I l 1..ncoiTiv .-
Oa. noon.Rev.. Mr. and 'llun of lira On our sick list this week and Mrs. David Me- Mrs. R. E. Lee and, Mrs. T. The Bminl, ,of I l'ull I.' Iimtru- County Florida J which they may have against! I /H) HANDHA: .1. DCKICMM:!;
n By Mn. O. E. Crosby B. Whitehead Br. and deiras and children: were Mrs. R. M. Hersey Jr., V. Duck attended the Extension ,'11"," rcAITMU. t">l". iNrlll. tl> '0.'elt "'' JACK tONES: aid e.t&t.. in the office of b"u'":: !L; .IIJH.VS I
A. ,;
are I ,,. ,
ui rujoi' t aiiv, tip, nil bldHThiintaM OLLIB MAR '11 INKS the County Judge of Bradford of Ihi "Kul.ili.; nf I
AAAAAA&A.AA4AAAAAAAAAIWe Mrs. J. D. Terrell. called to New Bedford Mass. Mrs. Ruby Johns and Mri. Homemakers Council I.. "I"UH<'\-, .j r. < 10/tS Miss Kay; and tyyle\ Kurlln because of the sertoua illness Wayne Hlnson were guestsof meeting and Christinas workshop !Mupi-t! lnl.,.mli'ill hoime at Stark. Florida EUGENE\ \P. :S H A V .
I Id I' I I. It I II'I 'J within' six calendar manthe las :Mouth,, Wnlnut, Sin' it
are glnd to see the of Jacksonville spent the Of his mother. Mrs. LarincUMedelra Mrs. Blair of Perry last at the recreation hall In In The teensy Judg.'a CniirtOf from the dati- of the first eltaikiKlulklii\
Educational Bulldln going Starke on Thursday. A covered I llrnit'oril County, fliirliln.In thin notice. foi Cu-r> .. ,
with thAr grandparents .*. publication of Attuincy xi.i inirM I
we ut at Bayless H way Church. Mr. and Mrs. tix>4>- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johns week.Mrs.. Helen and Isabel dish luncheon was servedat tlmi,,,I the) unriii, ,,.Ivri'il dwHllIngin IN RE: Extbte, of CAfU., Math. claim or demand must ntutu must !"J/ l I""> I II I I II/I'I )
The men worked Saturday. ard Brown and Mrs. rfeta and children were dinner Swindell were In Jackson- noon I nKave 'n l nnlnoH. undtl 1.0. In writing:

and got the top on! Won't!; Brown. They were acCWn- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ville Saturday. shopping.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilkison I -

be long until th, building panied home Sunday W ffllxson. They all visited Bessie Cochrane of and son of Orlando spent the -

can be used. : their parents Mr. and Mts. MaXvllle Zoo Sunday I Cordele Ga. Is spending; weekend with his parents. Mr. r OPEN EVERY FRIDAY TILL 9

Hiss Dianne McRae of Doyle Kurlln. afternoon. sometime at her home here.R. and 'Mrs. B. L. Wilkison Mr _

Jacksonville and Mr. and Congratulations to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Cauthen M. Hersey Jr. was In and Mrs. Jerry Wilkison, who

Mrs. Joe Sapp and':' children 'and Mrs. B. R. Andrews on Padgett and children of pal- Tallahassee the first part of have been visiting; his parentsfor

of Jacksonville were guestsof the arrival of a (granddaughter metto spent the weekend the week for a meeting of several weeks have gone to SPECIAL!

Mr. and Mrs. EJdon Sapp. which Arrived Sunday. with Mr. and Mrs. Loyd the hunters. make their home In. Orlando. \ : T

Mrs. Vernon Taylor of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kelly at Padgett.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin- Mrs. B. Lk Wilkison Jr. and

Jacksonville was visiting her Jacksonville are the proud and Mrs. T. NT. Nor- dell and family were Sunday children spent Sunday .with her 4,, -

parents Mr and Mrs. Lola parenta man, Gerald Nortnin and: guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. sister-in-law in Manor Oa. (
Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel
Newmans Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby Miss\ Annette, Padgett visit- C. Rhoden and family.Mr. (

Friends of Skip Nichols' and son and Mrs. Marie ed Mrs. B. J. Euiers anJ i ar;l Mrs. E. S. Sibley spent Monday fishing &t May-

children\ in. Jacksonville and are enjoying a vacation trip port.Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Mc-
attended the Fair Saturday to Canada and Expo 67.
Clellan Mrs. Maxie Reddish
afternoon.Harvey. FAMILY GET-TOGETHER -
and son Randal and Mrs. Rob \ :
Serving Florida Edwards of Jacksonville The Henry C. Pee lea anJ

m Since 1950 visited, his mother Mary Emma Wainwright, ert Mcdelluin were visiting MrMcClellan' ----L.d _:__oj__=
Mrs. Harvey, Edwards andsister families had a Love Feast at I mother Mrs. .
're.s4Ig S ecd 9nI and brother-in-law. the home of their eldest H. Hall and his brotherinlawand
sister, Mr. an\ Mrs. Harold WEST\ -
.. .. Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez daughter.' Ruby M. Sullivan.
.." ..". .. ..... Spaulding Jacksonville on
Sunday. and husband, Marion Z.. on Thursday of last week 1E1 11
I October 7 In honor of her! '
Mr. -and Mrs. Oeorge Mrs. C. K. Strickland of I
brother Earl E Peeples. wtu
Datfdson of Orange Park
Gainesville I
Cordially visited Miss Eliza. !
Mrs.\ Carolyn retired from the Florida I '
visited their brother and beth Terry over the weekend. I I cash & carry
Eaves Welcomes I sUter-in-law/ Mr. and Mrs. Power &: Light Co. on Sept.: On Sunday they were visiting ,

Representative MtJ Harry Faulkner Sunday.THERESSA. 30. He had been with the I their aunt, 'Mrs. Ott Terry who

Ph. 964-5812 You and Your company since 1925. U a patient in Live Oak Hos- I I[ BUILDING I : J '
,yyyyyyVVVvWVVVVVV' Those present and enjoy- ,
'122 N. Bay SI Family to Your pital. While there they visited
big the occasion were: Edna their cousins, :Mr.; and Mrs.Carl '. 1' r- : -
Starke New Home Featrle and husband W. B., Moore. On Monday Miss' [MATERIALS .

of White Springs; Edith Terry want home with her sister -

Holder: and husband. Senegal .ito visit untU Wednesday. _
The State of Florida V., '
Orllll"I ---
By. (Cheryl L., of Miami: Earle and wife John Olin who resides with .

It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and & & A Ruth of South Miami; Anna his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ver-
Belle Bellllng and husband. non Olin is visiting friends and
To Acquaint You With Your City.
Hope Baptist Church of Providence and their relatives in Syracuse N. Y. 2

Sunday School 10 a. m. cou.sln.Carl Brown and wife Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pauley .

It you are new in the area a phone Morning Worship 11 a. m. Annie Howard Brown and accompanied by their daughter, _

Training\ Union 6:30: p. m. Carl's mother Aunt Lade Donna and Mrs. Pauley's
call will bring you a prompt visit Worship 7:15 m. Brown Russell '
Evening : p. Epperson. mother, Mrs. R. H. Fut'ch met -

from your local hostess. Please give Wednesday night; Prayer passed away last Februarybut their son S/Sgt. Grady M. SPECIAL! .

'Meeting:.; 730; p. m. Choir his wife, Nellie was present Pauley and Mrs. Pauley InBlackshear. I

her a call! She has maps and many Practice afterwards.YOU for the occasion. Pour Ca. and enjoyedthe

kids 1-6 grades don't of the children. Russell, Ruby day picnicking. Sgt. Pauley \

free and wonderful gifts for yen forget( Bible Club held every Edna, and Edith have Is stationed at Ft. Gordon, Ga. I

from local businesses. Monday after school. Each passed their \80th. Wedding (Mrs. O. J. Anders and Mrs.

fhUd Is, invited to come, Anniversary. Heater Hicks were Tuesday LEAF

bring' a friend and a Bible. through Thur (h!>y visitors of
.. : I W.V....V V w'vfly wnnflWLAWTEY their sisters Mrs. (Marian I

: : Mars and Mrs. Cora Hodges in .

i JACKSONVILLE BUSit SSiDIRECTORY \ Jacksonville.Mrs.. Clara. Olson and (Mrs. RAKE '

By Enut BianehardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA3.444J Virginia on Daniel business were Thursdayand In Jacksonville -

C .. ... CP1QTOU1A.P11 Frlrlay.

APPLIANCES' MOBILE HOLIES! .:::USEP !_ ERBANETT's!= Church Schedules Pauley Visiting on Saturday Mr. and Mrs.were Obed Mra.

1 Grace Methodist: Sunday, Pauley' aunt Mrs. J. Q.

0 Appliances Color TV School, 9:45<< a.m., Worship 11 Futch of Plant? City and cousins ,

Stereo Magnavex f ; : a.m: and 8 p.m., M.Y.P. 6:30: Mr. and Mra. Lacy Futchof JT:5:
J. & J. Swap Shop
Zenith Motorola Commercial'and p.m.First I Waycroaa, Ga.' and Mr. and
General Eleotrlc USED TRAILERS Portrait Baptist: Sunday School Mr. Brookale Futch of Lake-
"You Get A Good Deal At- Photography 10 am., Worship 11 a.m. and

Camper fi'om.'' 6?; .' 2O .tr'ss.C C A Custom: Framing 8 p.m., Training: Union 7 p.m. land.Mrs.. Pierce Crews attendedthe ),VhY
Midweek \
r: 1958 Blandlnit Blvd. services Wednesday funeral of her cousin, Mrs.
MILLER' Mobil Homes 32' 05' 8 p.m. .-. I
F. "lICksonvWeHM Rosa Lee Smith In Auburn-
Church of God: Sunday dale on Monday. Also attendIng
Trades Financing
.... --.- Bank School 10 a.m., Worship 11
the funeral were (Mr. and
Ilgwy. Orange Park a aPIANOS aon. and 7:30: p.m., Y.P.E.:
Jaek.onvilleAuto Zl'f, Mrs. Oscar Carter, (Mr. and
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Mrs. Richard Mr. and
Tel, 284-63M meeting Friday 7:30: p.m. STfEtAVflL'
Sales & Service
':' Mrs. Morris Cater Mr. and
,1\ Highland Baptist: Sunday Mn. Carl Carter and daughters
LAN'DROVER For Musical Advice School 9:43: Worship 11 a.m.
;; 5 Mrs Frank Sweat and
0I194rcLEsHONDA i L"- C?. CARTER NICE and 7:30: p.m., Choir practice I Mr. and Mrs. Wesley (Woody)

f_ 6:30.: Prayer meeting Wednes- Arwood, Mrs. Mabel String- unit IITINOt: R uIStili::
The World's Finest In day 7:30 p.m. fellow and Mrs. Louie Belle WOK 'IIIK WI:>|,:.H .MOMII.VlMM

4 Wheel Drives Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyetteand Parks.
Sold and Serviced by .1 children of Valdosta Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Griffls VP
Roberts' Chevrolet were weekend guests of Mrs.
&WMM&Zlk .. &*
f V | 4.4JUUK/ of Sanford was visiting Mrs.
Green Cove Springs, 8083 Boyette's mother, Mrs. Ed '
Established 1948 D. R. Redding on Sal'urday.
Jacksonville 204B6uOJEEP Durban. Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
Checkering & Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mc- AIN'T
ALL, MODELS mond Williams and son of
Other Name Brands Clellan spent the weekend with

I Jacksonville were Sunday their son and daughter-in-law( : "." : Prell-n. AI.y OOnl%
Merchant Green, Stamp PIANO? CONN ORGANS afternoon visitors and they all
Mr. and Mrs. Romny, McClel- ed
2631 Park Jacksonville 388-8519 attended the family Halloween NATION, < P
Vehicle Ian in Sylvania, Ga. |'I I'
HI' Wagoneer Station Open 8 A.M. 7. P.M. party Hampton.at the old All Williams of the brothers homeIn Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pierce'' : .. i- 7 : .!! .<('x8' PNI LS'_I.'VLI noo.

S Jeep Wagons Universal Tuea.' Wed., Tours., FrL PICTURE FRAMESWe and and numerous sisters other were relatives.together C-ews grandson on Saturday W. S. Crews was their of I I I) ''"'.... f ::-a: :::. .IJ .G"T%

Jeep Gladiator Trucks Open: Sait 8 A.M. e P.M. Jacksonville.Adjustable. '
Young Kenny PhLlipaof .
Authorised Services ... '
) Approved Parts 2 9 Lnu1 vnise$3 15

4 Wheel Drive :2 Wbuel Closed Sunday 4k. .Monday. can preserve your diplomas STARKEBUSINESS Vinyl. Boo 3

Drive documents etc. permanently Covers. All size 30 cents ea ,,..Iar IIIa'dEIflf.JllhlIIS1.17

EDDIE BLAND MOTORS eft CYCLES by laminating: them on at The Telegraph n...:A.'Iq.. 7IIfII1IuI/Ii(( /

: Ute Blooding" "Blvd.I a wooden plaque. Unbreakable ii/AIi4fi/II/ I IIo
MOTORS, Inc. washable.! Moderately priced. I. ','h.. Circuit fourc Of Florida LI Dire .;..4/ 47ST.8f.8Me )

633 W. ADAMS Jacksonville '1I-8U" KlKhth. Juillplnl' Clrpult.' IAMI 1
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JACKSONVILLE 834-7751 SPILLERS'"GALLERY DIRECTORYAUTO !('a.t For >llrndfnril G. no County. '''alout '

Parrish Motors ., )" : RON NATHAM Plaintiff. WILLIAM v. RMMA WIL-LOU GtJ"n.'N1'F. :,"OT Oft ..''".. 9 !!!!!' I

MUSIC I I. .: 1043 Park Str-In Five Point I VVIbSON, Defendant NOTICE, ) (;OV,, ,\ IN O .. .* ccan .t-.,..:8f.JU... 4, ,_

Jax 833-8331 c/u A. C. RatUolffl, Sr.
SERVICE Route 6, Box 209 LATEX
PARTS Mnrknvllla North Carollni
.' Paulus MuaicCo.. Earl's GarageALL 27028
32 Years As A Dealer Band StringInstruments KINDS OF that suit for divorce. or .
ACTO REPAIR WORK th. .annulment of the marrlair ,
Always Good Used Cars h"twoen you and the Plaintiff f1fti
021 Laura St. Jacksonville Gibson Guitars' & Amplifiers H. & N. All Work Guaranteed NATIIAM WILLIAM. WILSON.ha. Gi:4
*v Phone 964-7003 bn filed upfnlniit, YOU a>
Phone 3S65654.BEAUTY : Defendant by NATIIAM WIL
Instruction So. Walnut Stark
School Supplies -
SEWING CENTER LIAM WILSON' al Plaintiff in .....I''''T
ACADEMY the .above atylcd Court and
0 Robert Recorder Cauiie and you are required. to 87.30
.w. 1967 Singer AUTO SERVICE file your defenne or Answer. to
American : the Complaint .aa filed. therein 43
Music LibraryExpert with the Clerk' of the Circuit
Hairstyling .Auto Zig Zag Gilbert S. Brown Court Stark. Florida. and '1 -
: Repair Department atrve a copy tikureot upon aald .- I4 LOCATIONS
Plalntlft'i T.DOulrl. '
attorney, tturtun .
4 Academy Like New Standard Oil Service Station .... 10:1: North Main -- .. I PA '"' WESTp IN 10 STATES!
... xi w. MONROEJACKSONVILLE 41 W. Monroe St. ATLAS Ire..t. Pont Office Drawer stercoaT.T: imumut.. u w u.'
.. 1223. Oalneavllle, Florida on : .
355.9591Riversde Jacksonville 83:1-8.: ..., Console Model .make fancy designs TIRES & BATTERIES or before the 8th day of Nov. I. ", :",, '
Budget Term*-Road Service ember 1987 : and If you fall to yolJfl STORE Jloun
S310 B aoh Blvd. stitches, monograms do ID a Default Judgment will' p: '
Phone 9&17011t01 b. taken against you for the .1. w.J Mon.-Frl., 7:30-5:30:
Jacksonville! overcasts sews on buttons N.' Temple. Stale relief demanded In the Complaint _. ari'IG B ILI5t Sal., 7:30-4:00:
1 Hairstyling 898-8001. : make button holes 4 blindatitche and thereafter auld "rB': U rt" a'I 3330' N. WALDO RD.
Came Khali proceed Kx: Par to. \ .. -
,. No. attachments WITNESS:. my hand and s.aI ." .' ; GAINESVILLE
of ald Court till. 4th day orO..IOb.r. aC j1qt31jATE .W1TU PHONE 378-2601
2O09 PARK ST.JWKSONVILLE Demonstrator. $64 or $IS per HURST'SSHELL A. D. 1SU7. at Sturke, :.. L
mo. Call Jax 771-1350: Florida. .p C Ocala 1221 R. Orange Ave.
hs<-8337 OPTICIAN : .
Accredited< CharIe1. A. Darby Clerk of the' GsS C29.7967!
Qualified Instructors-i IL & 3(. Sowing Ctr. Service Station Circuit\ Conrt. Kighth Judicial IBEB Orlando ISO WJ MlrhlganAve.
) Circuit In and Bradford 4
For .-241-SI4I
Modern Oas Oil Lubrication .it11
(( Styling.- County Florida.By .
Tires & Batteries. APO. Tampa 5306 N. 56th St.q.er. .-
4.9&tbiyCleaseg Goodyear B.u'ahIoody, pgats .
ROAD SERVICE .. Deyuty/ .Ch.rlF ,. .1I.-'RR..; 6 !)-T181
*: "Where tomorrow'. WESTERN STORE I $
363 ...
lois, 41 10J26INVITilTIO.V .0. IIAIU\IGS; :
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-'----.. STARKW. rixmnAy. incnsDAY. OCT. 28 1981 SECTION s PACE ONE .

I ..! KEYSTONE huES Homecoming Events Under Way ...... -- J I Indians Even Record With 21-13

I I. At Keystone Heights School
By -Jim Fox

Please Phone In Your Items 473-4148 'Win Over Bunnell: Team EffortCoach
Student.* a* Keystone" High School have been busy this

week completing; plans. and projects for the annual Homecoming -

"JUNIOR'DAT"OIJSEKVKD the public. activities which got under way with traditional pep rally Ray Bayless carriedhis Two running plays and a 18

HEKE 4-H CLUB NEWS Wednesday night, featuring a "Snake Dance" at the park and Keystone Indians to I yard pass carried to the 29

Members of the Keystone Members!! of the Keystone a bonfire at the school. Bunnell last Frldiy: where and another first down.

Heights Junior Woman! Club, Heights 4-H Club will have Thursday. afternoon the clnsaes. display their float. in the lie was presented with the Three running plays were
were hostesses for "Junior their annual tea on Sunday, scalp of the team he helped able to account for only 5
anniiul Hoineroinlni' Parade and the climax of the festivities
Day" on Thursday, Oct. 26. Oct. 29, from 2' to 4 p.m., in ; coach last year. The Bulldogs yards but on the 4th down
Other participating clubs 4-H will 'Tie the football game tonight (Thursday) at 8 o'clock In
were the club rooms loca&d i were gentled early Williams broke through/ for a

Crystal River High Springs, above Thies' TV Service Cen when the Keystone! Indians! meet the Branford Buccaneersat the first quarter as Keystone 24 yard run into the end '

Ocala, WUllaton, Duiuiellon The Rewrvatlon. took the initial kickoff and zone. The kick was ro good; '

and Gainesville. ter.Mrs.. Ernie Tomes, co-spon A record crowd of fans. and spectators In expected at I after a 25 yard run back by and Keystone led 7-6 at the :

Theme for the day was "Our Soc for the local unit, has extended those events.FlyIn I Hinck marched 55 yards to end of the first quarter.

American Heritage" and during an Invitation to. all interested a touchdown. This march Homer ran the ensuing .
the opening session the U. residents to attend. I was hlghllghted> by runs of kickoff from the 25 back to :.. :..... :S""!:: ;.hIW ZI"' l"--' ":':.lJ -l

4c S. Flag was presented by Boy this tea and social hour. It Hinck and Murrhee with the the 45. A fumble and an Incomplete IJ. Alike Murrhee of Keystone Heights scores a touchdown

Scout Troop 105. Rev. Leon will be a wonderful opportunl Set Five Appointments later making tha longest run pass resulted tn against Bunnell in last Friday's game. Photo by Glen I

Mllner, pastor of the Community ty for you to talk with the Made To BoardsIn of 19 yards. Homer cappedit 3rd and 10 where another I Mooneyham and Van ElUs.I .

Church gave the Invocation members to see what they are For Sunday At of! with a 14 yard run fumble gave the Bulldogs the

and Mrs. Steve Moore, now doing, and what their Clay County for paydlrt. Batts kicked the ball in good field position on I thee :flinch and Homer al'. core in the final quarter.
president of the hoet club ex- plans are for the remainder of extra point. the Indian 33. This break
'Keystone Airp't.Chapter ternated to the 4 yard line Keystone got inside the one
fended Five Clay County appointments !
a welcome to the visit the year. three to the Zoning Robert Baits' kickoff to the 10 wasn't exploited and! the ball and Hlnck carried over giving -I yard: > line before a fumble In-
ors. Mrs.\ James Dixon, District SVPT. JESSE TTNES I I was run back to the 24, buta was returned to the Indians: j II
Batts another chance: to the end zone gave Bun-
Director 193 of the Experimental Commission and two to the
led the collect and Achieves
SPEAKS AT PTA piling-on penalty gave the on the 37.
the Junior Aircraft Associationwill Library Board have been to display his skill by kick- nell the ball on bhe 20. The
Woman's Club I The regular monthly session Bulldogs the ball the 39. A 7 by Murrhee
on yard run
As inn another extra point. Bulldogs apparently revitalized -
pledge. Each club hold its annual Fly-In at announced by Ral.?h L. Eagle
presented a of the Keystone Heights PTA Three running plays ended up coupled with a 15 yard penalty .
Bunnell allowed Ba.tts'kick by this break, start-
kit on the the Keystone Airport this Sun Thomas of Orange Park
different federaHon was held Wednesday evening Robert with a first down on the 50. advanced the Indiansto to roll dead on the 19 ed a drive that was finally
departments. day, according to an announcement chairman of Oov. Klrk's. ad-
After the morning session in Oct. 18. School at the Keystone I by Don Wiggins of visory committee for Clay Mr. and Mrs. Bunnell's 41 where blurI and had to punt from the broken up on the Indian 1!)

Heights Cafetortum Lambert of __ 26. The ball placed In by Hlnck's interception.
the Community Church educational with President George Murrhee Waldo, Fly-In chairman. County. n was pass
and (grandson play on the Bulldogs 33 yard Coach Roy Bayless, attributed {
building the grqup presiding. Shu< explained that Wiggins said thero was no :Appointed to the Zoning
moved to the Masonic Templefor the meeting was held on Wed- way of knowing bow many Commission were Harold Mrs- Charles Panther Scream Is Terrjlil&',,,.*,. line after a 27 yard run-bade the win to. "fine .
luncheon. Members of the would attend the eventas Keystone by Homer. The Indiana were team effort" and singled out
nesday, instead of Thursday, planes Hagglund of Fleming Island;
Keystone senior club assisted so that they could have Supt. "a lot depends on the Dr. Walter A. Weaver Orange cently awarded Sound, Airport Manager SaysIf able to pick up only one linemen Mike Heskett. Daryl
the Eagle Scout, : first down and this by way Johnston and Glen Few for
juniors at both the coffee Jesse P. Tynes to speak on the weather. The Fly-Tn. Is expected Park: and Mr. Hilda
achievement in of a 15 yard penalty and relinquished their defensive
and the work.
subject "What Would Have to attract planeownersfrom Neth. Green Cove SJ,>rings. you ever hear a panther, I at the rear of the hangar
DUPLICATE unman Happened Had the Walk-Out all parts of Florida and a Court of I where he .22 rifle. possession on the Keystone meets Branford
Named to the Library especially when thebig' kept a
Winners at home town. 11. BunnelTs offensive drive Thursday night for annual
Duplicate Bridgeon Georgia.The
Occurred. Board was Charles! Titus of I II cat la hardly 20 feet "I came back out front and
Thursday, Oct. 19, were: was cut short by a pass Interception Homecoming event.
Membership Drive Chairman, Experimental Aircraft its sound the panther started: stalking
Keystone Heights who replaces a you'll !
1st place with 47 I. has been a by Orayson as the Keystone Bunr.cll1'
points, Mr.
Mrs. Charles McGlave an- Association is dedicated to the Mrs. Beatrice Cooper forget, says Homer Snt- awny. Innlclnback/! at ran' as
and 'Mrs. of 8. and Is. ended the first hal.!.
Albert Eaclimann: ; age gun 11 1st Downs 11
nounced that Mrs. NancySmith's advancement of aviation edu- also of Keystone on tho manager of the Key he went, Satterfield snld. "I
2nd place with! 44, Mr. and ber of the Sea [ 'The vaunted Bulldog tenacity 231 Yds. Rushing 211
class: won the room cation, homebullt aircraft, andprlV'8.te five-member boarj. Mrs. Airport. took a shot at him but I
Mrs. Fremont Tolles; 3rd place count. Mrs. McGlave also said aviation. Many of its Francis Quarltlua of Orange plorer Unit. 'Mr. Satterfield had tnnf guess it's a good thing I didn'thit was demonstrated in 0 Yds. Poftbing 43
with 43*!i/a. Mrs. Harold Sutton take! trips on the first series of plays In 0-3 Passes 3-11
: that a cash prize would be members fly aircraft that they Park was reappointed to the '! experience several him. That .22 wouldn'thave
and Mrs. Joseph) Dey. awarded to the room which obtained have constructed themselves board. cruisers. ago, and be doesn't care done much damage and the second half as Batts' 2 Passes Int. by 0

Duplicate Is played each the highest number of and others fly "antiques"planes The Lambert repeat It any time soon. might have made. him mad kick was taken on the 13, :3 Fumbles lost (0)

Thursday night at 7:30: in the members in the PTA Member of a bygone era which The three new appomtees dents of Ke> While doing some repair enough to attack." rub: back to the 39 and in a 70 Yds. Lost Penalties 90

I Masonic Temple and is open to ship Drive. As of this date, have been rebuilt and put into to the Zoning commission, time, and on a plane In front of !Mr. Satterfleld and his wife series!! of running plays and Score by Quarters
place Roy Tyre of Keystone school ihere in one; 11 yard ended witha
137 members are Included on service. airport hangar, Satterfleld say they have heard panther pass Keystone: 7-7-7-0--21
this year's membership roster.' Wiggins said that members Heights and Or. William .. !grades. I hI! midrtpnly: heard a lior- screnmn several times from -two yard plunge into the Bunnell: 6-0-7-0--13

: Mrs. Jack Miller Clinic Chair- would fly in during th..morning Mulford and Harry L. scream that sounded as the nearby woods, and Mrs. end 'zone. The first kick for

KEYSTONE man, pointed out the necessityfor enjoy a hamburger fry at Blackmon, both of Green Mrs. Warren It came from all directions.He Satterfield reports seeing large extra point was nullified by

additional mothers to volunteer noon, and then participate in Cove Springs. looked up from his work tracks i in her garden, which ,a1 /8 yard penalty. The second -, SCHEDULEOP
and !
their cervices and 'time spot landing and message drop The Zoning Commission' especially saw hardly 20 feef must have been made by the also !split the uprightsand

for the operation of the clinic. contest during the afternoon. a nine-member board. Other Nelson for the : a crouched panther anlmaL DunneD was back: in the I SERVICES
If you; -interested: in offering "The public Is Invited to visIt members are Frank W. building four feet long (not "It's not a black; panther," !frame trailing 'by a lone

\L:: HEIGHTS- your services, please con- the Airport during the Fly- Brown and James crawl Due to ; tail and standing Satterfield said. "I would call point. PARK

tact Mrs. MUler under the I In" ,Wiggins said. "Some of the both of Orange Park; Louis meetings and two and a half feet high. it kind of a. tawny color, and ( Orayson trot' a 15 yard, of-the

Melrose .directory.CarnIval homemade planet and the an- B. Huntley Doctors Inlet: eral changes in The panther did not move, it must be pretty old, Judgingby runback on the kickoff antf

; Chairman Ed Bennett tiques should be /worth seeing," Roy Watkins,, Keyetone be checked by said, and the air- its actions." Homer picked 'up a 1st downon I PALMSSUNDAYS

v MELROSE announced plans for the he added. Heights; Louis H. McKee then' passed on manager ran to. his office a' 11. yard run. Hlnck

Halloween Carnival, which will Last year's Fly-In was held Hibernia; and Fredi Earth- The Executive picked up the first' down .

be held at the Keystone City' at Herlong Field in. Jackson low Mlddleburg. Church Women with a 32 yard. run. A\r6u loTh 11:00 A.JU. 7:30: P.M.

Park, on Tuesday evening, Oct. ville. The terms of Crowl Hunt- October 30 [ now and. do tell others.I easeful surgery and 'await (foal line defense forced QB THDHSDAYg7

BUSJNJESSDIRECTORY 31. Mr. Bennett called attention" ley, aud Barthlow expire in the 231.1 Due to avoid the onslaught' ot fiheLnay* of when he will be Baker) to use Wurrhe,jjp.8'U!' ,

,. to the tremendous. Job 'todIng1 1968. and those of Brow Club' card party ''to 'Mrs. Weyman.'. .Call' returning to Keystone and four downs 'to' cover the 'last ? d P.M.

accomplished by his 'co. -WOA- have been invited for a Watklns, and McKee'In 1969. the SOth the reporter, if necessary; his many friends. 5 'yards. Batts' kick was good FUNDAMENTALBIBLE \

chairman Mrs. Jim Zowarka. tournament and luncheon at board'meeting next luncheon [covered I Mr. and Mrs. Hector Own--- and the quarter ended' with TEACHING

I On Monday evening, Oct. so, the: Green Cove Springs Golf changed.Mrs.. L meeting will be held on L beyreturned lost Sunday: what turned out to be the
members of the PTA will build &: Country. Club on Tuesday, NEWS NOTESBy Cooper [tel 28 In the Masonic I from' a weekend trip to Winter final score 21-13. AH Services Held In The

BEAUTY SHOP the booths in the City Park. Nov. 14. All members are requested Helen Egaa man] asks 7OUZ'I I at 12:30.: Always pro Haven having taken Both teams-- made serious J New Bible Center

Assistance? would be greatly. to register for this rh.ek on this. your own beverage, and their daughter and! twin attempt to change this

appreciated for this project. Cournament.On WORLD' Co mn> 'I forget your serving granddaughters home from .

KEYSTONEBEAUTY Charles McGlave, who introduced Thursday, Nov 2, the hOMEMAKERS CLUB The World or fork. When in L Visit hero.rvvyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvv. 0.1- ; .1

Supt. Tynefs, said that Keystone WGA will have their Day pnvram will call Mrs. Egan at,
An Interesting
unusually busy and -
SHOP the large attendance at this regular business meeting and morning meeting) ed Monday, Nov. : as she Is the club's i
meeting Indicated to him the luncheon the club chairman and will
at house. It of ,tile. Homemakers. Club Each,r year the '
Edith Johnson. Owner town's interest and concern I. hoped that all members will was held Wednesday Oct. en make several you Informed. MELROSE ; I

Personal over the possibility of a teach attend. ettes, and a STAR
In Electric
A Creative ers' walk-out. In his, introductory VNICEF DRIVE meeting 18 the Clay hM on Oct. 18. Two colorful and approp By Joyce Row.&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I II ,

Hair Styling remarks, Supt. Tynes reiterated Miller Wrinkle, of, the Key- room. The Board of courtesies were extend I ::1
Mrs Oeneva
Individual Beauty (Dare that this same type of tone Heights Community gave the Church will : to OES members Tuesday ,
the review of :
Even Form of concern was expressed Church, has announced leadership Oct. 17. A '
Beauty Culture -that "Wise Buying." and reports nlirtit' Nov. 3. surprise :Mrs. R. :M. Coson celebrated .
Open Tuea.-Sat 9-8; throughout the sCate. He wenton the Young People vvill conducta I Mrs. John Bird voyage" was given tc> her 81st birthday at her home ,
were heard from the adult I '
Closed to that he supported door-to-door i ,,.
Monday .say campaign for vH, Nel on. Mrs. Bull and Den Schr- Sunday. Her birthday dinner .
at Lake Placid
camping days
the teachers' objectives, but JNICEJF ,
on Sunday evening, on the occasion of .z .
Wftlji and Mrs. attended her children -
was by
he was not in favor of certain' Oct. 29 from 7 last July, and the Council'sfall I j '
to 9
BOATS p.m. ( their cruise. They '
MOTORS tour of the Ollddon f'nloved< the Ralph Cason of Palatka; 1 Grbvy : enri iw :
tactics which used. When ,
were I you are called upon,, meeting of the by Jet to California, daughters, Mrs. Pearl Harris ,i '
BILL'S MARINESALES Supt. Tynes briefly outline) it is hoped that you will be Company in Jacksonville. of Community they boarded a cruise. of Welaka Mrs. Debbie Ford j' ': -+: :
possible measures that? would I most in Interesting Peru art items ; '> ., i
generous your con Jensen which will take them to cisisSeeSc
Beach of
&: SERVICE i were on display during tho Palatka Mr. and Mrs. & 17 W"
have been included in thecounty' tributions. The group will be South Seas stopping In ,
"The Fun Fleet's to"Service Their reports George Thigpen of East Palat- ,
meeting which hostedby ,
was .
emergency program, wearing authorized Identification I
at the general Zealand and Australia. ka; and granddaughter. Mrs. hi,
I & Farts for Mrs. Helga Fluejge and:!
: had the walk-out actually oc for this cause. November 8. returning to Hawaii. In Marilyn' Weddle and her son, ,
All Outboards curred. He pointed out an 1m HERE N' THERE Mrs. Zcna Scheibe.
December. Chapter
There I* a call Shawn. Those dropping by to .
Chrysler Lone Star Boat portant factor. when he .asked( Mrs. Henry Schuber, of A Safety Seminar Day U to keep the presented Past Ma. convey their congratulations. 1
the audience to consider planned for Monday, Oct. ; rugged &
whyreputable Clover
Lane is at X
Chrysler Motors a patient rhur-h JvMirs, : t : Bea with an approp included Mrs. Lois Tyro of 'I iH
citizens (the teach- the Medical Center this week 30. from 9:30: a. m. till 13 I
Comer Rte. 21 &: 20 Small salary. gift. Lake Geneva and Mrs. Under-
ers) would be driven to this where she has undergone sur noon at the Clay County extension -
Melrose. 475-4851 R-v. ton Past Grand Matron Vera I wood and grandson and Mr. !
point. Mr. Tynes indicated that. gery. She Is in room 341, and office in Green Cove ran'ring for a Past Grand Patron Grady Williamson of Theresa. it.' : andsave '
an Important reason was due would be moat appreciative if Springs. Members wishing to
I mediate. age youth and Past Grand Pa Happy birthday. and may you
CLEANERS to the fact that nothing major you would make a short visitor attend this covered dish to become E. W. Garnish were have many more. ReplacesC. :
has been done for education in send a get-well card. We luncheon meeting! are askedto ....
church and '/ with a courtesy a Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelley
Keystone Florida since 1957. wish her Mrs. Mildred
a speedy recovery. notify Pay- they contact !;:>> -Through The OES and Samuel Kcllcy spent last
Cleaners, Inc. In lila closing remarks, Supt. (Mat Tyre, son of Mr. and ton, president. chUff''Iotrlce; ." Hostesses for the Sunday In Cedar Keys. While & L MILLING CO.Keystone .
Tynes said that we must all Mrs. Paul Tyre. returned home Mrs. Grace VanBusklrk;
tour were Mr. Belle there, t'nuy visited the Cedar
O. K. Pavfe look forward to< a brighter future from. the Medical! C.&..r Uat was appointed chairman of hlii : chairman; Mrs. Key Museum. ]Phone1733001 Heights
Every Dry Cleaning Service without dwelling on the week. We are very glad that the Nominating Committee ,
Cunningham. Mrs. Members of the Trinity =- -
Laundry Finish or Fluff past. If we are to alleviate the"eyesores" be had such a fine recovery. for officers for 1968. The time Is '"
and Episcopal Church attendingthe
Cunningham: ,
2 Day Service this annual event
within our educational Pam Cromer, of
daughter Mrs. Hazel Davis will represent -
District 3 of the
Lee Klngsbury.
Pick and ber Mrs.
Up 9.
Delivery R.
program such as a deficiency Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cromer la the club at the ,
Key &oNl Helghta 47S-34M4 Initiation ceremonies will Episcopal Church Women at
in.. proper facilities, home"convalescing after havIng -
Council meeting on Safetyand held at the next meeting the Holy Trinity Church in
CONCRETE then we must work together as an emergency appendectomy Mrs. Deltha Hlclccy and know how many November 7. conducted by Gainesville included Rev. and

a group. last week. Her many Mrs. VanBusklrtc will attend for so please Mrs. Wm. Poppell Mrs. Lee

Hawthorne Concrete more __ more __ more friends hope that abs will .be the November Leadership,I tickets now from Matron Geraldine Patron Helten, Mrs. Bill Singleton, "ir>
and Worthy
BOOSTERS !CLUB MEETINGMrs. feeling well a on: I member or circle
Meeting the subject of
on This Is the Mrs. David Gano and Mrs.
& Supply, Inc.: .. William Sumpter has Mrs. George Mossa appreci food buying. Many 'Ownbey. John Davis.
announced that there will bea ate. the many cards ihe store for seventh birthday,
received -
Each, member given a ..
all Past. Matronsnd We were .",," to hear of
MIX Boosters' Club meeting on during the recent lou Consumer Education! Activity pers. There win I
CONCRETE Thursday evening Nov. 9, at of her father, Edward :It. sheet of questions relative to galore sweetmeats of OE3 chapters will the fire thai destroyed the

n".., 20 W. Hawthorne the Keystone School.Gymnasium Croft, of Berlin, Oa. Santa's Toyland, < honored. house owned by Mr. and M'''.
the Scavenger Hunt the feature -
4SI-293.: ?. 2031: at 7:30.: All members are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ot- of next month's 'pro Barn t'White 1 Oarl Ford. Mr. ana Mrs. Kennetn the- II Buried Money Don't Crow
have welcomed Hayes were living in .
requested to< attend this meet- tinger were camping out last needlework, arts Keystoners
NURSERY Ing. I weekend. gram. Members are to work delicacies made with pleasure those too house at tho time, and all their

WOMAN'S GOLF ASSN. I Herb Nelson"Jr. was visit during the month, and return In the book being vacationers to the .belongings were lost. Many of !
But Do
O.C. Carnes Nursery On Thursday, Oct. 19, members ing with Ills father last week- month.with their finding: next Mrs. William Mrs. Elmer Howe is the churches and residents of Steady Savings

inway. 100 FUnUtoow. fall to get : after four months of a Melrose have been helping to
the Keystone WGA
23 Ifle. SB arC Starto. end.Earle COMMUNITY! CHURCH summer. she re replace some ot U.e things
completed their third and final Jlecklem, who has been Poems" from the
Nursery Stock Thousan round of the Team-Play, Tour- visiting with his sister, :Mrs. Mrs. William the Rebecca'Warren. beloved former :$. The glad hand was Continued[ on next pagei Put your money to work earn-
chairman of
of Plants & Fruit Tree to nament at the Keystone Golf Marge Tracy, re mAd to his Circle and representativesof Mary Holt. to creel back home Mr. I ing more money for you. Small

choose! from. Nice Shade Trees, Club. The following teams and home la Pittsburgh, Pa. Wed- This la the last Mrs. Clarence Sipe, who
the other circles held a about HOUSE FOB RENTExtra I deposited regularly in
Evergreens A: Landscape their placement in'the tournament nesday. the Bazaar been north for sums, a
successful Rummaze Sale, large, 3 BR. 3 bath; j
Plants. All I
In containers) Homer Satterfleld manager umn. See you at months. William Reyn
are as foUows: First here
I savings account quicklygrow
Oct. 18-21. All remaininggoods I 1 block from lake and swim
Plant anytime. CamelUazaleas. place with 19 points., the of the Keystone Airport entered a'' Nov. 9. 9 a. m.FELLOWSHIP Sr. is back home with
ntlelaf; in' second:' place the Veterans Hospital In have been given to and Mrs. C. .1. Tlllinan.. ming area. '113. C. T. Park-: [ to substantial amounts.
Let o. do year landscaping Lake City this week, where he neighboring church for their er 'home. Key next door or
with 11 President Congratulations ex
: points, the 'GreeuRays" are Start !
Phone 44-2163.. sale which Is pending. Appreciation call owner collect Jacksonville : saving keep saving
undergo surgery.Don't :has ,
been Titus
; la third place' with 8 is extended to ;) to on 724-0047. 3t ChS 1H9,
USED CARS points the "Max Flies"and; forget the Bingo folks calling her appointment by Govern COME IN GET ACQUAINTED
in fourth place with 7 points, games on Friday night .C 7:30: I meeting. Seems Claude KIrk. to the Clay MURRHEE

Hanks Used Cars the "Acushnets." st St. William's Catholic ,each week.AMERICAN, though the club Library Board. :Mr. I KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
Church. State law .
In the 9-hcJo tournament. : LEGION 2nd and 4th I has. worked faithfully Insurance AgencyRichard

BIG CASH DISCOUNT the "Chippers" received first- anyone under 21 yeats of 'American Legion Post 202 their meeting for. long for the Library, :Murrhee, AgtGeral F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights Flo.
TERMS to participate in the
place honors with 14 points, will meet Thursday, Nov. 2, at years, other Khl.i appointment Is well Insurance

BUY -nt.SELL i BO*-M TRADE. and the "Drivers" came in sec for Iren money.can play However(tree of, the g &. ltlJ) 8 P. M. If arrangements are pick the same .- Fire Casualty Marine Tour Friendly Bank In Your Friendly

1fwT. 100 8 Milce S. Btarfce ond place 'with 4; for candy If they so completed they will meet la er folk find it Everyone Is happy. to hear} Auto Bonds Community."

'. II Member of 'the Keystone TIM' jack-pot is getting their new Post Home. keep So please track chock of. Bernard StocanVh'a v'- .lteJ"tone: Height .,3-4,"1-

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persons who. are and uh other
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Atl Continental '(ill Company one wf the Judge of the petition tiled herein.
'4n QO J. J Do-riva.! cult Court of the I Eighth
Witness my' Hand and '
'Rockefelloi Pin.*. cial Circuit In and for : the
Jo Ann IUcks New York, New York'n1I'I'ION ford County, Florida, on Heat of this Court on this in '
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Tanner f Oct A. D. lUll 1.
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A. Darby.
Hi ii'!' nv WAY ut Htarke. Florida.' All
lYI Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Red- !4RI It >O.: JIKl.t tn, the suit, and: all i Irtr., ;; fli-rk of The Circuit Court Tn I
I I (tp, ding announce the birth: ofa Receiver At Murray State That part of: terosted may appear ,. I'rol'I l, And 1'or Bradford County I
u and Florlcln. ,
October In HVV uf NW14 of H"fll-n heard n the time
daughter on ,
17, Tuwnahlp 7 Smith( Range deaignnted.. liv Uvulah Moody Deputy i
the Bradford: County Hos 80 Kant. You and each of you, Clerk I IT
pital. Maternal grandparents I Murray Ky-Harvey' Tanner wi'hln one reception of tying Lying I went of ahd within. hereby commanded to A. YAWN. County Attorney ,
60 feet of the etirvey lineof by filing an Answer. : Uriidford 'ounty Courthouse. !
j n are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. former Bradford County: the .schoolrecord for asingle lieu" Road 8-1:15: Huotlun2HOI)02li01 I''t! lUon heretofore ( Sturke, Florida, and i
U 4 1 Williams and paternal! High School star has had I amc.. needs only 16 more re- ) sold survey line thin cnuae in the .. !to.>JA I.D I 13. UKH I Ii (

'] grandparents are Mr. and trouble finding a home or I (repllc-ns to set a pew school being livtfla demrlbrd).n. the a north* follow.line: of Ct,,,irl, oil cr bofnro I.,ov Havdon. Burns, Florida Ant td ing '!I ITnlluhnsHce

1.. M.rL\ Arthur Redding Bt. of the Murray State T/nlversltj, record: for a season, and only .Bnctlon 17, Township. 7, Smith, I'in7.'! tu show what right !' I of Cuu."imel. For the Petition-
", llvna-v BO Meat! at a pulnttlH9.d
b Law y. football team but finally he, 24 more for a new conference : feet ftuwtfcrly. from theN Int'r"t, 01 Hi,''n yon nt + rre.,
Oli', Mr. and Mrs. WillitunsStowlcr "! seems to be permanently lo record. W corner of Bald Seotlon/ 17 you hay' In and to the ] i 10/26 4t 11/11 !(

J,.,"," SM. 1 t r and family of Jacksonville cated. Last week*. Tanner l Je>di the minute pun th..no..IoI.34 seconds(01 degree K. 1050.53 66

J were Sunday guests As a fresman Harvey, nation in pass receiving with teat to the beginning off a
of Mr. and Mrs. Jim WU- played halfback for the Rac 22 receptions, three more curve conuave to th. easterly' GLASS That's Our Business t

; Two Local Boys AdvanceIn liam'e. ers and saw enough actio]L than his closest competitor. feet having. run a thence radius.southeasterly of 11.469.16
(Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wil- to letter a feat seldom accomplished Murray Coach Bill Ferguson along .auld curve through/ a 1
I by a {Irosh alMurray. ; is of tho total central angle of V do- CALL, WRITE or VISITs
P-P-K Zone Contests llama gave a chicken supperat says Harvey, one neoomln.
their place northeast of As a sophomore, he. best' receivers he has ever dietance of 01225.00 feet to FOR ANY GLASS NEED I
'ioI town on Saturday. night. was a defensive back and I seen. the end of said, curve, run
J'1 After winning the Local i nnd Mrs J. T. Prevnt't won I Hayrldes were enjoyed by was the anchor of the Racer r "He's not nartlculary fast utee thence 04 S.eeaonda OS dofrree H. 1118.02. 04 min-feet We Design Modern Store Fronts ,

Pt 11 Pans and Kick Contonti first place In the 8 years old the children: and around 80 pass defense. During spring He's small ((170 pounds) and to th end of Bald survey line.
< nsoi i rl! by Torwllleifar AIoi group, and LonnIe Kills son friends and relatives attended practice last year he was I all lie can do 11 catch the Containing lend excluclv..011 or acres existing moreor r Just Mall Us A Pattern For J

1 i ,inix,) boyi advanced to the of Mr. and Mra. Leon C. Ellis from Oalneavllle\ and made a split end because!:! of football and beat you" Fer- road right of wny.
?one ( onli-it. held\ [Jarlnon-, won the t 9 year old group. The Hampton.The a shortage of material for guson says. "He's also one of Owned Bv: A. F. M,'1avld.
M. In ,it t Saturday. boys were competing; against community wishes! to the position. He soon had the the most unselfish players und wife. M1ldred MeUiivttl hi* 14 14t SHEA'S"GLAsS CO.

iiiniiiv Picvatt, Ann of :Jfr. other boys" In tholr age groups express! deepest sympathy to starting spot and endedspring :! I've seen. He's always 100 per Hubjec .To: Unrecorded Optldn "
from North Florida and South drills the l to purc-hiMlo. held by Continental -
,- -- Stanley Thomas and family as leading cent for the team. Oil Co. J
Georgia By winning the Zone' In the loss of their loved Racer pass receiver.He Tanner quarterbacked the n Flt"rloY: N'HIO.\OI' : "''''T'': "If It's GlassWe Have It"
HAMMOND1 Contest Jimmy and Lonnlo began practice tnls fall 1959 and 1960 Bradford High IIOVU :1KUI: 11I1u..nu, COLIN 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
will advance to the District one.Mr. at end but before long I TY :
and Mrs. Roy Roark split Tornado teams and led themto MHO. No. IMM .I UUHIIOW PIT
ORGAN STUDIOFactory Contest*. also to be held In left Sunday for Le- troubles appeared at wingback .' an undefeated season and Morrow I'll No. 1 Left Of

Anthnrlrrd I .Tl:
Hammond Orpuu 28.I son. Buddy, who Is comlnfj again.It Championships. He was a 133 ; ot NN% Section S. i 1
Side A ServiceIxnrn be that Harvey was linebacker in those Township 7 South Mange" 20 I
I There are six levels of com- home furlough after receiving may : pound
on 1 described an follow:
to. play too eniy wa) Just tired of moving but It. :4D.ai. ml 1 1Ilty3 named all-con- Meat
ni-tltlon: I.oral Zone, District his boot training. j : -: days and; was Commence on- the south line STALLING CORNER J
110 N. W. 10th Ave. more likely because he has ference at quarterback.His of Section: 8, Township 7 /
roa-Atlanta! Division-Phila Mr. and Mrs. Verno/iT .'!'L : Yr: Range SO Wast at apulnt '
It'DeflVUle Shopping Center I good move and a great pairof y'' high school mentor, J ,
delphia! National );'lnulB.Mlaml.1: Slade pent! Sunday sndl' hands that in the first (1: .J" ';" Coach David Hurse, recalls from the I 14Wecorner! oftenld I

Monday In Margate :yia.l' three games the Racers' have ", ,.v.. : J'. Harvey a.. "one of the toughest Section 50 H, run mlnuteM thence 8*N....01.con.llI.W. de-, OASIS LOUNGE ';

-. played this fall, he has .. ball players Dye ever gree.. 433.1)4) fret. run thence N.
"' ------ .
caught 30 passes and Is well coached." 0 degree. 24 mlnuta ill *"- Your CLOSEST For
onil W. 72J. 0 teat, run thence Spot
on his way to completely rewriting of which went for 32 yards
O'l! -
the Murray and Ohio and a touchdown. In the I Graduating from BUS in N. 1 degree W. 1248 02 56 minutes feet run thence LIQUOR WINES BEER :
; L k'I I r J Valley Conference record third game against Morehead 1960 Tanner served a hitch N 88 dBKreKH"' 52 mInute..* fit
studying accounting In Mur- aocondH H 71 feet to the Pointof Open 9 A.M.12 P.M.
book in pass receiving.In < University, he caught 8 for beginning of Borrow I'll
jII f HI his first game Against 90 yards to bring his totalto ray's School of Business. No. 1, run thence N. 1 degrees. ,
I University of Tennessee at 30 and his yards gained to Murray State In 19 US. He Is 07 minute thence Oil ueeonds. N. 88. de W."'cr SOO..... Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 AJVl

II I Martin, he caught Z passes In the service and enrolled at feet 61 nilnuteK run 1 St aeronil M. 76 SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTIIS I
I for 58 yards. In the second'' 269.He has caught 10 more Harvey is the son of Mr. feet. run thence N. 1 degre. 200
: S'// and Mrs. Ernest E. Tanner, 07 minute Oft .iconUV. '
I Tennessee Tech he OR
I against passes than anyone elsa in feet run thence N. UN degrees QUARTS
f caught 14 for 121 yards, one the conference, has come C8 minute.,. Bl seconds. 10.' 400
feet, run thenceS.. .1 J 13 degree 600[ d Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301

4 '1 /A/y/; : I OT feet.minute, run th.nce Oft .econds 8.: 8H d"Bre"+ .., i

I visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. vs. Rams 3:45: ; Cowboys vs. and fumbled with Lawfey recovering 1 GJ: minute the*. Point Bl .i of;ondi Beginning.. W. 475
feet to
Sherouse. Colts, 4:45.Conner: on the 18 yard line. of Borrow Pit No. 1. ALSO: t
Mrs. Barbara Hill, Mrs. In only three plays Lawtey A paroel' of the above. ; tract for Bor-
'J Edith Kennan Mrs. Betty scored with Donnie Wise going row Pit parent Haul Road, qaJ StORM DOORS
Hayes, and Mrs. Lila Dyal! Lawtey over for the T.D. With 4:14: Lying hortherly of and. lLOW cost, i iSTORA'

attended, a Sunbeam, leader- Win Games In left in the second quarter, Joey within urvey 40 line feet deHcrlbed.of a haul an. road fol- PORCII EUCLOSUREj :
ship course at Parkview Bennett: went over from 5 1_.: WINDOWS !
....irln. at the SW corner of ,
DnptUt Church In Gainesville yards out and Lawtey took a '
Borrow Pit No 1, a* dem-rllied -- BL.! -
on Tuesday.Mrs. Bantam LeagueIn 12-0 halftime lead. above, run thence a 88 degrees till
I II II II Clifford Prevatt has The third quarter was score BJ minute". Bl ."oonl.W WITH. ON'. ,
i I I purchased a new trailer and Bantam League action less but in the 4th quarter haul 71 road feet survey to the end line. of ald -H : !IlCZ.Che.I... Ol.H .u f

I moved it on the lot next to last Saturday, Conner( Insur- Carl Wilkerson went over from Containing 6.164 acre moreor '.
A. C. Dennison. the one yard line, Joey Ben lens exclusive' oC exhltingroad
ance Southern DIs-
I slipped by right of way. WInDOW MA"tERfAU ;
The Intermediates and nett passed 30 yards to Donate K. Mi-David
We welcome count 7-0, while Lawtey remained Owned By: A.
iou| banking Young people of the Baptist undefeated by stopping Wise, and Lawtey won the and Subject Mildred To McOavId: Unrecorded his wife Op- 'Plix ,SHATTIRPROOr.MADI BETTfR LAST 1ONOII i

\ bt mail buts Church will meet at 6:30: for Brooker 240. game going away, 24-0. tion to purchase held by Con 'justCufT I
| depositors, \ a visitation for the Church There will be no games this tinental Oil Company. r
In a hard fought wen played
; and afterwards have a Hal Saturday, but the schedule willresume'Saturday PLBASP1)I TAKE NOTICE r TI ,andTatk09
We wish you'd / game Cqnner shut out Southern ; Nov. 4 with that| a-i Declaration of Taking)
us visit :
a personal ;
pay more loween masquerade! party for Discount 70. Conner's has boon filed In the ahove- I

oftenl! Sure, banking here by mail saves you them and their invited score coming late in the first Conner and Brooker in the lilt era Htyled' the Cfiune acquiring. by the II
and Lawtey and Southern p"tltlon-r
time and travel. lets you bank at any hour guests. half when Q. B. Steve Strick- game three. procendlng,
Discount in the 2nd game I
taking of the property de- II
of any day, in bad weather and good. but land, on the option play went Game times are 7 p.m. and crlhrd.. In the Petition for the I i
we miss Ah well if Cowboys Lead 23 yards for toe score. Joey 8:30: at the BHS Field. purpoae therein deHcrlbed. la lt's I
youl is p.m. :11ji y ,
your supply running Bakken made the extra point to wit, a* right of way for a' s l N1L'rtl'1 Prat t
'ow.' uortlori of State Road 235, In i iBradford I
and Conner took a 7-0 halftime -
Small FryAfter County Florida, and iiwrni
Write for free lead. Tax Bills Totaling that the Petitioner will ap- I
us Banking ply for an Order of T..klnlf.j.+
the first week of Flag In the second half Southern $686,000 MailedIn
: By.Mall/ forms RIGHT NOW/ Fpptball the Cowboys, coach- Discount had several drives I

e4} by Richard Williams! led going, only to be stopped. Bill Bradford CountyBradford
"n the League with two wins and Rosier came up with two defensive i I
County Tax Col-
no losses. gems for Conner Intercepting -
lector J. R. Kelly mailed tax
The Colts and the Rams are two deep in GMyou've :
IF LOR IDA !tied for second place with one. their own, territory. Neither b III II ,totaling $888,000 to

I win and a lone each. The Packers I team was able to score and around Friday. -9,000,an increase taxpayers of $57-last Meet a 1968 ._ ::-

I have yet to win game.. Conner won their first gameof 000 over last' year's total bill
r j 1 1 ; t'' 1. The Cowboys gained the lead the young season 70.
r. "
by downing; the Rams 13-0 and The second game was exper- ing.The Increase was due largelyto "'

the. Colts 12S.Schedule ience against \Inexperience. as a 1.6S increase in schoolmlllage "yun9Tpbile"fom| i ;

I, Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. tor Thursday, Oct. Lawtey trounced Brooker 240. ($1.68 per $1,000 of as- :
26: Rams vs. Cowboys, 3:45: Lawtey got on the Scoreboard ceased valuation.) !
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Grouc p.m. Colts"va. Packers, 4::43. I quick after kicking off to Around COO more tax state-

-____. _________ Tuesday'; : Oct. 31: Packers Brooker. Brooker ran two plays I mnt were sent out this year
.....- ._-- u ....._- _.._...--....-..._ .._n. _K'IO'' !! ___ due to the normal increase in Oldsmobi0 !
II I property ownership Tax Assessor ,

I I Gene Long said I Ia ,
I Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reminded A I

THIS WINTER GO MODERN taxpayers that this II I
year for the first.' time, they

will be able to pay their tax
bills on the Installment plan i

if the amount due Is more than

$::10. Payment may be made In
HEAT YOUR KOPJiE' WITH NATURAL GAS five installments, but the tax-

payer will not be entitled to

the cash discount if this planis

NATURAL. GAS COSTS NOTHING TO INSTALL. (within 200 ft of used.
Kelly also said that the last

Main) NOTHING TO MAINTAIN. YOU JUST "TURN ON legislature passed a bill making -
It compulsory for him to
THE HEAT" AND INSTANTLY YOUR HOME: IS send the tax statement to tfna

property owner rather than the
; FLOODED WITH COZY COMFORT.: mortgage holder. Persona who

are making payments to a

mortgage under escrow -

flHD'! YOU FEVER RUN OUT: bill on, should to company the forward oompany.the Kelly tax Now that -

/T o Safe 0 Clean o Low Cost said. been

A CloMinea Aoi m the TIOUGURAJfU : ;- introduced
I Ia brine ramutev ;
Let Us Make A Survey Of Your

lit:.T.... Ctreejll Court Of The

Needs Today No Cost 11 And florid:,......*..For Judicial JfnuKoml ClrcmU: luuatr: !., why not get together?

. No Obligations. Law: NwS'rATjd ROAD DEPART

MENT OB KUOKIUA. {Why net fake the) whesT'hxhaust, '
Agency of the State of Florida, to laKy Sport ,

("'Only A 10.00 Meter\ Deposit) And".'..-wVDFOHD) COUNT, a Political of of the this"young Cutla.mobiles"S-youngesf from (..Sutpemlon.safety features, (All are the standard.new CM!

Subdivision of the Slate ,Old. A new 350-CID Rocket' What It adds to 111h1... '
JJL8. of Florida, Petitioner. T. I IV-8 deliver more power at' I" you like cars up with a lot

FOR MORE INFORMATION ClAY ATIVB. KLJiCTHlO INC..t! al.! ,COOFJSH-l>.fend- lower operating eoit. (And.of' pizza In the way they)
(4" seta does It more smoothly and look-can with a lot of
s// ( //IUMJUONii: TO SHOW CAUMli! quietly, ot well) You lay YOti moxie hi the way they drlve-J
CALL 961-5361 AND prefer a Six Oldi hat a your Oldsmobile Dealer b
NOTICE OK HEARINO 250-CID Action-Line 6, too. the man to see.They're the> .
Notice> Of llmlnvat .Domain Thete are only *.You '
opener can" only kind he carries.,
Ii(JII Procaed Tn: The ing Name: And By The tailor Cutlass 5 to your fancy ::::- __.w
and f finance .. .
NATURAL GAS DEPARTMENT Authority Of The Stale ofKlorUlo. peed itick See Oldsmobile
nearby Dealer
r-- to stereo to sporty pinstrlpina.\ your
i 1X> A7.L WHOM IT MAY front disc brakes to dual
CO.\C.EUUf.. and. to all poraun
.:r' and partle claiming or having
CITY OF STARKE ; any right, title Intermit,
..tat., mortgage or other lien
OSCAR DAVIS I to or on thoM certain parcel BALDWIN CHEVROLET
I 04 land hereinafter daeertbed. INC.
Utility Director 1 ,and the following persons, together ..- ,
with all .unknown p. -
,' .o.a, Maiming. 7. through or ,U. S. HIGHWAY 301 NORTH .

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I reduce the number of such Ing services, t$ a highlight Purchasing Commission, until
I dangerous atops." 19.00: AM, l IIT., on dale
of this special. occasion.Vinyl .
shown' for the .nle o f surplus
It hILSbeen unlawful for a I property. '
person to walk on express- t 1 November 8, 147-Pine Gum r
ways. The new law also Adjutabse. Boor Hid Blank, aondl tI.... and
places '."era. All .......10 cents ea. .p.etrlcsttune t may be obtain
a driver In violation If he stopsto .d from the mate Purchasing, '
| *t The THes'raph.LEOAI.. ,,
receive or deposit passen- Commission' Room 110. William -
t>. Blmham Bulldlnc,
gers on the limited access I Talltihnimee.. Florida.Al .
I I roads. I J. DayHxecutlve
The old law required all v.I .- I WUvL NOT HW REMI'ONMIBr : Director 1 I. 41 .
10/29 st 'n/a
I hlcle&with three or more axlesto I KOK ANY HKMTHMA : I
atop at railroad crossing, THAN MYSELF Sign*.!. MAR!
A i but passenger vehicles pulling ,I dean W llolniiM/ 10/46 Sip 110I NOTICETO

trailers are' now exempt from ALL CREDITORS
M ,tr this requirement. I SIOTICMNOTIOH ; :
; 14 IIKKKHV GIVEN: I am not responsible for
"In Florida last year 16,86: that the undemliined., dealrInic any bills made or signed by ,
accidents resulted when to enwaire *In buelneiiH Under -
the flrtltloue. name of anyone bearing my own
r car was stopped in traffic not '1v111TI' FIEAD HROTHKRH" personal signature. I
at an Intersection" Kirkman I at 1102 Mouth Col ley Itoad,
turke{ Florida. Intend toroKlnter Robert d. Carlton KI..C Slzwhen g
said "and der
we hope the law ;
the said name"' with ftp 11-2 .
I changes will reduce this num- the Clerk) of the Circuit Courtof ,yon need'" car In.
I Cheerleaders Ready Bradford ,
ber. BHS County Florida
Maltland WhltehendMay .aran..t eh.okStato
: Belle Whitehead. WOMEN SUFFERWITH
Fly 4 Bradford Adding punch to the Tornado attack against Live Olrk Thornton. Ginger IluMwIn, Evelyn Sinclair Cindy Sink, TIIOMAH: < PIERCRailJR Farm'afjutMtui low rate*'

Hospital Friday wilt.be three varsity cheerleader. (l-rj) Elizabeth Palsy' llltchcnrk. June Hardy. Beverly McRae\< and KayColson. North Temple Ave. BLADDER IRRITATIONCommon for careful driven M
Starke. Florida
Ends Fiscal Year 10/26 4t 1116IN'ITATIOY ,Kidney. or. Bladder Irrll low that on. oatf of two
N tlnni effect twice ea many women R"
I'i In The Black men often('''''aln_ t*..Bone.. and may save Intportane
causing an accident forfeited rvommoM. from /rvQuont. burning
Set !
I 'Barefoot In The Park' Set bond of $27.50.Henry Round-Up TO HIIIIIV Itching", urination. Secondarily you dollar*.And aback State
Bradford County mav IIMV sli>ep and nave Jleailiivhre.
HospLta Louis Smith driving For SundayAt HTi'lM PI IIAHIMJ. C'OWMIMeItY. Bui knrhPH and eel older tired, dopr Farm ..r.,..* too-.o
Suzanne Judd I wound up the fiscal year ended .'. I.ljAIIAHMHIpf.oiiinA -!. nfled:i. In eiirh CHMCI. CYSTKX! : usu.
i I March 31 with net income of At Florida Sunday-Tuesday without license fined court Pine Level ally brings rehixlnic.. comfort by curb- I outstanding: that'p.opIa
.. .
costs of $6.50.WinnDixie Inn iterm In nrld urine and eating
1.1 fo Fly Eastern 9841.59, alOiou the hospital Competitive Heated, Bids I pain let CVttTKX; : <1ru" t.u today. Insure .nor ears with
Sunday', Oct. 29 has been will be .revolved. by the State/ ,
Incurred an operating lose I Can a trait-laced, conservative of marital bites strikes a n* than any r..... .....1
I based on patient revenues .Sets designated as Round- v '
young lawyer find discordant note. Problemsare one .a... Call
JMlss Suzanne Judd daugh- alone. Sunday a.t Pine Level Baptist -
ttr of Mr and Mrs. MUlard Legislative Auditor Ernest happiness with a kooky compounded upon prob- Big Harvest Sale Church, I RECEIPTS, KXPENI)|TURK.S AND BALANCES I ate for detail! I
bride who treats life as a lems. And with each problem NIW* ct
Judd of Starke has start- Ellison reporting on an audit Special services will place FOR ALL FUNDSOF !
game and makes the pursuitof and each twist or turn of Areal tremendous sale"
f19. her career as an Eastern of the hospital which Is oper- emphasis on that! theme of TilE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
fun a near religion? the plot the true to life anguish Is the way Wlnn-Dixi Manager -
(rUnes stewardess aftergraduating ated by the Bradford County That's the ;problem at the of the newlyweds offers Ernest Phillips describesthe the day. The goal !too purpose BRADFORD POUMTY! FIX>RI )A "" '" MERRITT

['<< from Eastern'sF1lf1'ht Hospital Corp., said today that core of ,"Barefoot In The grounds of laughter store's Annual Harvest of the services will be FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEITEMWER!: a0. 1067 t'
Training Center at the net? loss from service to WILLIAMS
enlist member of ,
Park" at the FloridaTheatre is every RECEIPTS
I : playing: "BareXoot In The Park" Bale set next week.
Miami. patients was 12971.11 for the I
,JjJ Miss Judd graduated from fiscal year. But. he added, a this Sunday Monday not a film fraught with suspense The sale will begin Monday the church in active servic Cash Balance October 1. 1966 ___.,_________... $1,000,646.03
attendance the
JfSradford, :! Cunty High grant of $1 .OOO from the county and Tuesday Oct. 29- and intrigue. There U Oct. 30. and continue for: day. Inveatmnnt Balance October 1. 1965 117 N.

3| hoot In Starke and Jack- plus other revenues resulted 31" In Technicolor by Para little doubt that the young through Saturday Nov. 4. A The': Riding club will ride I Receipts From All Sources ?____?_..__ ? $ 74t.3M.5i

1'1.jSonvllle University, In Jack- in the net Income listed mount. people will kiss and make up above. The film features beautiful by the end of the picture at reduced prices I special guests for the Roundup. '1
( ji nvllle. Prior to jolnlniit Vouchers. payable September' SO, 1BI17 '
and talented Jayne Fonda Just as there Is little doubt Special-
8,* astern, she was a social The audit report showed net Phllllpa says. music will be 961.5391
patient of as the wife and Robert that the bride's mother and In recognition of the i presented for the morning. EXPKNDITVRKSExpenditures
|j roiker In Starke. revenues $373,075.08 !: For All ___________
and total Bedford as the husband. Costars the older lotharto t Charles event Wlnn-Dlxle will be services. Purposes ? $ 798,371.80

|V,;.;, alning Upon completion course in Miami.of the $388,046.19.operating expensesof are Charles Boyer Mildred Boyer] who lives on the roof decorated In country harvest I Dinner will be served on j Cash Balance September 30. 1967 ____________ 1003629.74 .. .. p eiea

|V..; Iss Judd reported to Atlan The gross patient revenue Nat-wick and Herbert of the building will "tind"e theme with pumpkins cane, the grounds after the morn- Investment lliUunre September SO, 1967' Art rui WTWt UtMMft! _.MnUMt temp
; .
jiA 11 I where she will be based. totaled $404,01835, but (deducted Edelman. .ch other. corn stalks plows. Employees Total ?_________________i.?_?__ $1,802,001.541 MM Bjmt: sea slats
from this was $993.03 As the ecstasy of the hon- It's not the "what" that will be dressed In blue I'

for free service to indigeMs ey moon gives away to the matters it's the "how" jeans and straw hats.
ew Prevent and an allowance of $27,948 horrifying reality of setting which, in Barefoot easily

otorist Pickupsn for uncollectible accounts. up housekeeping In a five- translates Into "howl." I '

The auditor noted that the flight walk-up, the harmony I

ExpresswaysThe financial condition of the hoe FFA NEWSBRADFORD Now Showing.

pital was good and that the .
Florida Highway Patrol
minds, motorists that law financial operations were conducted Wreck Injures MAYOR'S COURTMayor
In accordance with CHAPTER
[hanges by the 1967 Leiilature
business practices. Collections ( Carl Hurst faced 38 t
rohlblt drivers from Raiford ManA
stopping of accounts were good, the cases in a bTvy load at Mayor's -
pick up or,, unload passenrs LARGEST STOCK OF
auditor noted and collection (Court "Tuesday: which covered (Members of the Bradford .
on limited access roads, '' .
Raiford' man 48-year- the "*?' weeks of Oct. 10 -
procedures included the use of Chapter attended the Forestry .
|nd cars pulling trailers are old Herman Leon Sapp. was and Oct It )
court action when appropriate( Contest last Friday In Gaines '
10< longer required to stop at
During the fiscal year the hospitalized last Wednesday, Edward Williams recktes

[jtlroad Col H.crossings.N. Klrkman, Direct- report showed the hospital! Oct. 11, after' his car was driving in school tone, fined ville.Following are the one who TYPEWRITERS

of in- struck entering SR-121 .8 $12.50. in the
ir of the Department of Pubs provided 11.302 days placed various events:
Safety said, "It Is always patient service and 6.317 outpatient miles west; of Ralford on James Bland two charges of G r e g Alvarez Raymond

occasions of service. SR-121. vagrancy sentenced to five Thomas third In Jog rolling I
hazard for one vehicle to
when Hospital operating costa for Sapp was taken to :King days In jail on each: charge. Raymond Thomas, fourth In
top on a busy highway
Inpatient services ,Increased Memorial Hospital In Lake Virginia Terrell failure to land measurement.

\ loving.there want These and new expect laws to should keep during the year from $29.64 to Butler. He was released Saturday have vehicle under control and< tog! Sating Richard Sapp, EVER IN STARKE

$29.85 per patient day the the,, hospital reported. causing an accident tined Travis Wynn.

auditor noted Sapp was traveling weston court costs of 650. Land Measurement Marvin -

Ellison said that Internal the Sapp 'Cemetery Road Harold Simpson driving Andrews Raymond Thomas

control of flashwas generally and ,was pulling onto SR-121.: without a license, attempted Volume Estimating-Travis

FLO'RIDATHEATRE adequate and that. receipts of His 1965 Chevrolet sedan B oft E2, and. attempting. to do Wynn Richard Sapp. I

record were properly accountedFor WM struck In the left aide bodily harm sentenced to a Ocular Estimating' : .

and deposited intact daily. by a 1967 Oldsmobile coupe fine of $500 or 60 days In jai Alvarez Everett Henley j:, J .

The audit report contained driven by Thomas J. Fraser Edward Eugene Rhodes, ''being Greater. Jacksonville 01'1 ., .
only minor criticism and that* 41. of Sanderson. Fraser an accessory to disturbing Friday. Oct. 27 StandardsNEW

included the notation that traveling. north on SR-121 the peace and attempting to Judging: Gene Melvin

methods used to record major struck the Chevrolet with his do bodily harm, first chargewas Stalnaker Travis Wynn James AND

movable equipment needed im- right front,, fender accordingto dismissed and sentenced Mott. Parade: U J. Kite and I
j SbO'wtilDe-W kdays 7
provement.The to 30 days in jail for attempting the FFA Riders. USED .
[ Sunday 3::00. Saturday 1FRIDAY report listed assets of Trooper kOj C. Garrett of to do bodily harm. Jamea Allen Reporter' t { id

the 50-bed hospital totaling the Florida Highway Patrol. Vivian Burch disorderly con- "f'A,
(854,830( This included buildIng Damage the Sapp. car duct by fighting and disturb- CARD OF THANKS te{ ;,

27, 28 and fixed equipment val was estimated at $500 and I ing the peace case dismissed An especial thanks is here ELECTRICPortables ..

(Double Feature Program ued at $627,185, after allowing to the Fraser! car at $1.000'1 Lillian by Burch flghtlnand disorderly disturbing conduct .- in expressed to Doctors H. IA
depreciation of around $100- H. Adams and A. J. Barry
Fraser and i passenger 'n, the peace, case dismissed
000. and the members of the
the Sapp car escaped!: without Junior Leon Kersey 'driving Bradford County HosplUl] '

AFe'r'a A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH !: injury. under the influence of betr: staff for their tireless! efforts I
failure to have vehicle under iAS11
brings result in behalf of our loved one ly MANUAL OR
control and causing an accident "
"Owelda Hall Johns. We
leaving the scene of an >ni ELECTRICUsed
remain indebted and ,
accident forfeited bonds total-
ful to them and all the 1

ing 1127.50. to many friends and relatives I \ a /
Margie Krummlne failure
who have helped make her
301 DrivelnSHOW I
yield right-of-way: and causingan
accident fined court costs passing a little more bearable I
of 6050. to us by their condolences -

Betel EL .Freer, driving and remembrances. 1'P
I .
without a license forfeited The family. I .
ADMISSION: Adults t5e, Students 60e bond of 153.M., "'. rr

Children' Under 12 Free Rollle Lee Turner failure to i '. iro

have vehicle under control and THE RIGHT POINT for the
Fill., SAT., SUN. OCT. 2T, 28, 29
PLUS Double Feature ProgramTWO causing an accident, forfeited way you write. Come in I
bond of 137.50.
and select :roar favorite ES-

Lloyd Couch voluntary' in TERBROOK!: fountain pen.) ,
w- toxication sentenced to a fin

SAILORS TRAPPED of 937.60 or seven days In Jail.

"" ON A "VIRGIN ISLAND- David Couch voluntary in-I I .
toxlcatlon, sentenced to a' :" ,:

Q''I.b BIKINIIPARADIS'E of (37.50 or seven days in, JalL

,( : Jail.James D. Rlcketf', voluntaryintoxieaUon .h
i ( J.
sentenced to five
:J days In jaflUClarence r
PARAMOUNT Jones, voluntary Intoxication

: sentenced. to five Royal Standards - From ,. $65
days !in jailGertrude I

WLT RE r EASTMANCOLOR hare vehicle'Kauffman under,' control failureto ., Used1' : '

Royal $150
and causing aa accident. flaw Ask -? -
court costs of 46. O. M

PLUS David. NaJ mJUI. voluntary CharleyE.
Intoxication and restating 'attest -

SUN. TUES. sentenced to 37 days In

OCT. 29, 30,_31 David Nalsmlth, escaping' Johns New ,Portables w 49.95 Smith Corona Elec. Portables

!S city jail sentenced to 30 daysin up From 149.50

jaU.,1' I

HAL Tony Nathan Cowart, drive about this question: Used Hand Adder 55.00
JAMES'c Bohn Machines
log while under influence of

beer and failure to have "On weekend trips, both I Used Elec. Adder ... 75.00 and Duplicators
BOND hicle under control and 'Y8'I'I the belongings we take I .

ing an accident driving along:, or leave behind are .
.IAN FLEMINGS out license .sentenced to eo vulnerable to theft or dam- COME IN AND SEE OUR DISPLAY

days in. Jail. _.. t t'.J"
also ; :
YOU age. We are more apt t
I. failure to
Ruby Goodwin
have vehicle under control and to injure someone. Would ):I 'l"n"' !' A _Pic.And ,Style To, Suit Every Jaste' .

causing an accident forfeited your Homeowners Policy i l', N

I bond of $27.50. cover: our personal belong' I

>fnercaoa George Robert Dlllinger, disorderly ngg at home or away, and I ALSO TYPEWRITERS & ADDING MACHINES TO RENT

1 IMi/aayg rfNtf ; ar U'' conduct( by use of profane provide Personal Liability I
.I i
a w and indecent language Insurance for the'entire I '

voluntary Intoxication sentenced TELEGRAPHPHONE
,.iint"TWICf"i*tin fnff wir tf lift t to one-year's probation.

AWRBROMUHAWSALIZMANPAHAVlSIOff Morris Williams disorderly Charley E. John
-? conduct by threatening bodily
S2 """" 9646305t' :
TECHNICOLOR" n n ? harm. sentenced to a fine of Agency

,? P$5 A S Ail $37.60. 131 S. Walnut St., a wra

Robert Fanalau, failure to PRONE V64-5070

have "vehicle-under-control and,, -

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) : OCT. Zg.' 1907
_!!F.CTtON: S __ PACE.I -I

I Thursdrt to Sunday.Mrs. in the country. 2iiH, 111 fort, run thence north- northerly from 'the !SB! eorn i" 'I' _
football when we went to I from (Earthquakes w, Htcrly, aloiiK said curve.. of wild Section 301 run thence
MELROSE game Geol''C Aberorombl You will detect a feeling so thuugh an angle 2fi degrees, N. D7 degrees. 451'mlnutss' HI Come Where The Action Is .
I the Starke-Padatka. of Jacksonville and Mr. anc gay. (In Florida? 07 .mlntituB, 48 Hocmula" a die- second E. *0, lost 'to the
Friday night. Even thoughStarke of 1256.51 feet to the Point of llenlnnln of BorrowPit
[nom proceeding Page] lost 13-6. I would say Mrs. Chuck Mil! Is Of Onlnes It will make you plan your; Seven Since 1870 north life of Qovurnment. Lot No. 1, run thence N. -1 ds-

vllle visited Mr E. B. Watkins life. 2 In 5.tlon 30, Township S grass 00 minute OK second BOBBY'S HIDEAWAY
tost. both teams placed a good I South: Range, 20 Uust (south ,v. 149.82 (act, run thence N. .
Belote Saturday e vei Ing. To witness a beautiful Fall ''INot' Lot 10 In 87 degre CD minute 01 second .
Mr. and Mr. :Donald Roun As usual Bill Earthquakes In FlorIda line of Government "
game. and Mrs. D.| W. Carpenter day. Section U, Township 6 South, Jii.; 700 feet run thenc IJ1 -WALDO LIQUORS j
with Mr. .......... intensity
Darlene ot from the rest ; many and of 11.'ht 00'' '
tree and daughter. stood out I ''aU ghter and Range 20 1J..sat: ) a point S. 2 degree minute OH! .

Orlando spent a couple ot a good game. their C and Mrs, but this state ha< 11 1!hI' U2 f fi,>*t enstorly' Crom tne. e'J.dlld. B 3 400 f'I't:; ';.:; .thane 61 1'gfl Music by "The Poor Souls" &
son-in-law. Mi' SW corner. uf said liuvornn."nt r *
days visiting; Mr. Rountrea'aparents. Last Wednesday: night my. Reddish ai\ti I chlldroi had seven earth tremor lout lOot said. Section second W. in5 'fset, run LZ.41'l Wed.. FrL & Sat. Nights! 4T
Mr. and Mr. W. E. grandparents. Hubert and:! Dolph since 1370. 19 thrice. : from a tangent thence, 8. 12 degrees 01 mln
and other friends of Starke, spent the weekend, at Cedar The Environmental Science benrlnc, or N. 67 degrees 16nilnuteH utesj, 61 second W 103.08 feet -
Palma Chltty: I I1t. GO-GO CONTEST
\ ,, 28 eronn. W. continue run thenc..a :lS7i degrees 59
relatives.Mr. visiting us. We Services Administration, seconds W Sod
and I were down Key.We to northwesterly along minute 61
and Mrs. VirgIe Rowe all had fun playing around are "ery nappy < commonly known as the< mild curve through an anglo taut, run thence, N. 2 degree Wednesday Nights
XOlck\ Hllllard 41 00 minute ot iscondi. W.4liO.as ,
William's Bund minutes
have Mr. and Mrs. *] or or degrees 81 "
and children Danny. Dexter, i with my new General: Electric Weather Bureau report! distance. of 263.07fuet feet to thAt Point of Beginning Prices Goods.TOTALLY
home aft, .I' an extended JI.t"I M, 0 a.m. Wednesday Mass sui'onda< u EtII Discount on Package
and Debra spent Sunday: tape recorder which I back that each of the earthquakesoccurred to the end, of said curve of Borrow Pit No Ir
Fairbanks visitIng visit in Vera i Beach. ,,tnd Ni>vena 7 p.m. run thonee N. 74 degree 48 Also Haul Road For Borrow
afternoon In Western Auto in the months ol
purchased at I of I rtlaml, 'Is: minute. 09 seconds W. 37H.5T Pit No. 1.A 1
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gavin 'I'' where Otis works. I will be Randy Clark t October through Jdnuary feet 10 thu end of skId survey parcel of the above described One Mile North tf Waldo, U. S. 301
visiting his parents. !Mr. and Community Church Rev I line. parent tract. for Borrow -
and family. recorder In class,, which might be called the
wing Chester Clarki this i .[,pon F. Mllner. minister. Mrs. ALSO: Pit Haul Road,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grollck to tape lectures. and make I Mrs. I George Canova. organist.: Mrs. state's\ "earthquake 6eon'1 That part of: Lying each side of and,(
have returned from a trip notes. week. It's not much of Slj', of SV of Government within 20 feet of a haul roadi
mountains.The Sam and Dorothy' Butler II Wlllliam Warren Secretary Lot 1 In Section 30, Township survey line aId, survey line
through the Mrs. Ororge Greek. her Henry ol I Sunday School 9:40: a. m.Moi7.ing son' a'* earthquakes BO! for:, tf South. RanK. 2o Kast' more- being descrIbed a* follow:
Woman's Club held its daughter Sybil! and friend and son all the shocks caused little particularly described u* follows Commence at the NW corner
semi-monthly meeting Ormond Bench, spent Sun- Worship 11 a. m. : of Borrow pit No. 1 as described '
regular club decided were Sunday dinner guestsof Dorothy's mothsr. (,NUrscry" at 11 a. m. service I damage! except for scaring Begin at the Intersection of above run thence .'S NEW !
Wednesday. The Fred and Corlne TWe-! day with on'ly.! folks mompiitarlly. the northeasterly 611') foot right 2 degree 00 minute. 09 *ooond '
that? they would sponsor the I Jo Strandberg. 1 : The first''seismic occurrence or way line of Stll ti< Road 2.11, W. Il9.a3 teat, to the
Linda and Tammy Section 28810a60snd< the Point of Beginning of Borrow
:Melrose Girl Scout Troop.Mr. man.Mr.. ana:!! Mrs. Ralph Til- Len Prenhyterlim reported In Florida Hoiitherly' CO foot right of way Pit Haul' Hoad survey line, 1' DARINGLY DIFFERENT!

: and Mrs. C. A. Fordopf'ned and children of Tampa Lynn Swearingen were visit Faith Presbyterian Church was' on Jan. 12 1079, and It line i ot State' Road run thunc l S. 17 ..degrees .45,
the Variety store last mon ing LMI'S parents, Mr. and -. Rev. J. R. Ncale Jr.. mmIi Section 28130-101, run thence minute. 21 second "". 811.02 oJ
were weekend guests of Is considered the strongestto southeasterly alone the southerly feet, run thence d. 20 decree ,
Saturday. It is located In their Pete and Joyce Barton. Saturday Mrs. Fred Swenrlngan Sun-' ter. Mrs. W. A. Wallace or- date. 00 rout right of way line 55 minute ai locands' W \ \\ REALLY TERRIFIC !

old store building.Doat Bartons f anlst; Mrs.\ Carl SwIsher, It felt I II I <>f Stute Road Section 28180101 856.18 feet totlsb'.ead. ofSaid
the was by residentsfrom .
night, 1 '
day.Nineteen u distance of 50 feet run survey line t .
to make plans and' three
forget : had a fish try with nice boys ummer organist. I Savannah. Oa., and thence. southwesterly: a ctis- ContainIng, Jfl.163 acre l
attend the Halloween Carnival of Troop 109 of Boy Sunday School. 9:4R: lento "on I \\ ELECTRIC:!
to adults a.m. Tallahassee\ lance of IS feet more or more leNM ; -' \ FULLY
fresh-caught fish. Those en- on the north to \
I rootrllt'ht .
sponsored by the Melrose Scouts of America attended MornIng Worship, 11 a.m. the northeasterly' 00 owned" By: ; I
besides the Punta Rasa and Davtonn. of State *
loylnf! the supper !! of way line "
PTA. It Is slated for Saturday. Bartons and the Tllmona the camp out at Ross Allen'sCamp (Sunday: (Nursery open both Reach on the south, covering Road 231, Section 28640-2601 PiEASJH:: : TAKE:': NOTICE!: \
Nov. 4, at 5:00: p.m. at the at Sliver\ Springs. (hours.) at a point 60 feet S. 42 do- that a. Declaration c.f."Takln&' "
were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie\ 25 000 square miles. veoondaE has false ;) '
school. i. : 2.754 boys from irrees 14 minute ftO beonf'flUd! In above- 1.J .=
rest Morris of Houston, Texas There were -F.rr"rnroRJ Only damage sustained: r from the Point of Beginning tried catiso by1 i Jthe Petitioner 1 .
Friday: was a day of three states enjoying this run thence. N. 42 degree the' ucaulrn( > authorityof \ \
for the students at Melrose Fred and Corlne Thloman Our local boys won St. Anne's Rev. William was at St. Augustine where 18 minute 39 second these proe.e School. and James and Cricket Chit- event. I :'I. Jones VI ar. some plaster fell in a few W 50 feet to the Point of Uoglnnlng. of the /property de-
High first for their troop. "Good houses. / crlbed. In- the 'petition, tot
The Melrose Mustangs won ty. As soon as supper was boys!!" .1 Morning: Grayer and Ser- Containing hi. the aggregate for the purposes 4UorQln ,described -

their fourth game of the sea over, the men were' off againto going Hudsonof .. *lion, 2nd 'and 4th Sundays Six slight quakes followed 10.618 acres more or less, exclusive to wit, a*- vhe 'rjgat
My uncle. Alfred of existing road right of way '..nil'borrewf pit for a?
catch more fish [or try during the next 88 the .
Jacksonville ,
B:30 years
son by defeating Gainesville will be! down : a.m. (nursery open.) of way. portion of State-a Hoad- 8-231. \
Christian at Jacksonville! Friday toJ.The week fishing with me.f Holy Eufharlst and sermon last one on Nov. IB 1952. All Owned By: Kerr-McQce Cor- In. Bradford County.! '! :" .Florida.and : ;, ;

night? by a score of 60-14. specs are biting bet- this 1st and '3rd Sundays 9:30 of them were In the northern nnrntlnn.MIU tnat-Iaw-Fewesoners ''will
I He and a friend have. been : a :><>. 1 tII.: t i 1611.2 apply for an Order tot ,,Taklns! ;
they will ter all the time on the n%. ( Florida:! area ex.TeDt: one .
This Friday night up" on the spe, slateJy. nursery open). Church iiKiirr 01"Y) and such otner Ccder am the
face the Sharks of Cedar Keysin brush-pile! according to the "mopping School, 9:30: ajm. "Holy Eucharist on D<>c. 22. 194$. when a few That part of: Court deeuiflproper, before
I'm going to try Lots :2 I and 8Section 80 the HonorableOeo.: .'. I,. Fatten;
Cedar Key. The Sharksare Griffins of Qrtffln's Lodge. get him to teach me how 'It's 8 am. each Sunday. residents In the Miami Township. B South, Range 80 one of the.Judg<>aof...the Circuit .
the number one team in Everyone was catchingfish Eveniwg Prayer. 7:30: p.m. Beach' al'pwere/ alarmed by Eaut. Court o-t -the' Eighth\ Judicial -
800 were done. each the tremor. Lying; each Bide. of and Circuit; In a'nd: \ for Brad
the Rlverland Conference. over specs Sunday. EYC 6:30 ...
p.m. ,
Tlry- of the ford the
Mr. and Mrs.! Owen within 60 feut survey County, FloiUda on-
Duplicate Bridge brought' In In four days. Mr. Gainesville! 'over eacW} Sunday.\ line of State Road 281, Section 17 day of November,. A. D. ,
Here are the winners for am!:* Mrs. Henry Irving and ant were In ronrsr FIRE 28640-2001, auld survey 1H67 at 10:00: 'o'clock'A.: it. in. .
the weekend visiting Mr. and B'aily' offices of lino being described as lolImvs the Bradford County Courthouse .
the last two weeks of the :Mel- Mr.and Mrs. Ruben Fleming ami Morning REPORT: : I at Stucke!; Florida.. All .

rose Duplicate Bridge Club. spent two days fishing. on Mrs. LaGrosBe. Evening Prayer. 8:00: a.m. Three woods fires, with 7.3 Begin! on the. east line of panic to th# ; ,.j suit and tall '

Those for the 10th were: the weekend. The Irvlrigscauorht Well I Just recelveil '-'j and bOO: p.m. acres burned were reported by Section 30, Township 6 South, parties. ) Intoro.,tti4- maw upbear\ 'S
: 20 East at a point and be heard -atthe. time and 2.50
fishing Range
order of .
:Miss Iva Hillyer and Mrs. John 200 and the Flemings large WklO'j' -LutbBl'' the Florida Forest Service In 1633.03: feet northerly from place designated. ITH-CORONA COMPACT

Strawn. and Mrs. Roland Bry-- cauvht 84. and: I'm Just itching Bradford County during the the SB corner of auld Section/ You. and... ai-h of you, "af$
tied It out..Slnca there is no Lutheran Church of Keystone week 30 run thence N 42 degrees hereby "cernenunBeU'toappear,
and. Mrs. J. .P. Vose. Barnhlll of BambUl'sCamp ending Monday. So far electric'office
an Mrs. and Heights 18 minute. 89 seconds W.51i1i.83' by filing an'', Answer, to the A'fuIl-featuredfully typewriter
Livingston news, I'll close for now, ; Vicar Richard this there have ,' filed In .
for 1st place; Mrs. Gay had two nice catches year been 103 : foot to the beginningof Petition heretofore

and Mrs. Ray Starnes, of specs brought In. James leave you with' CORNER teeon.IEEONS Meyer, minister.! fires with 816.9 acres burned., having a curve a concave radius, to of the 2884.79 SW Court tills cause on op (4n beforeVov.theentitled. 161967. at the price of a manual. !

3rd place; and Mrs. Robert Baker of Jacksonville, : Dime worship Sunday 11 as compared with\ 73 fires and feet, run thence northwesterly ) to ehow-whn'r4gSttr tl- ,

Clare and Mrs. F. T. Hogue, caught 30: and Mr. and Mrs. FALL a. m. Holy Communion 2nd 176.8 acres burned during the along Bald i-urve through an :tie, Intorcst or liege. you.\ or .5." ., ... \ \ t I I iii / ./ I ,/ ./ /;
07 minutes of haveIn... andto '
again it's happened\ angle ot 25 degrees 'uny you -
4th place. Hayes of Orange Park, Once Sunday of each month. same period last year. 48 seconds a distance of the property de*crHi6d '"h\.'...ahl \ -
?hose for the ITth were: caught 25. That time called Fall Is liere. Rainfall reported during the 12SU.61 feet, to the north line Petition, .and show Cause: why ; FOR$25Oeius.'v. -
distinct Services held each Sunday of Uovernment Lot 8 In Section the same should not be. taken ;: \ ..
week oj"
Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mrs. It is a very ending Monday: New .
Jack and Lou Miller were at St. Anne's 30, Township. B South for the u....- and ..purposessot -

Ray Starnes. 1st place; Mrs. visiting at the Ruth Miles And beautiful time of. the Church.' Keystone Eplacopa heights River .2 inch; Louis Hill 1.5 Range 20 East (south line ofUovrnmeflt forth in" the* .'>FetU1onwi,". .& filed. .('11' I /1 J''jv\/ ; ; i \ \ \ \.
John Inches Lot lOin Section herein.
Paley Boyd and Mrs. nome !In Gainesville last year. Fl/t." ; Santa Fe, 1.2 Inches; and'the
South. my..HJtd
6 Range Witness
19, Townahlp '
Straw 2nd; Mrs. E. B. Ooss Friday nlsrht. plans were Summer now Is over county average, .07 20 East: ) at a point 119.02 feet Beat of this Court on< this\ a'Fu0.lzekeyboard ftv King-size carriage)

and Mrs.' Ed Longnecker 3rd being made for the 23th reunIon Our hot swimming 'weather Baptist easterly from the UW: corner of 10th day. of 'O"'tober'. .A n.> .- Autgrrntlc carriage return :Automatic repeat characters
of .
plate! ; and Mrs. Mary Cook of Jack's 'class: fro'" Is gone. Wor'8h111 eervlc s) : Sunday In The aid said Section Government 19, thence Lot 10 froma ''Ion.(?EAL) t'f'\' i >. Half-spaca key .. Electric back.space key

and Miss Iva HUlyer 4th place. P. K. Yonge. Mr. and Mrs. Fall" Is to help prepare' us. 11 a. m...*J:30: p. m (.nurseryopenj. i;Id Inn Circuit Judicial Court circuit.Ot The I..tud tangent bearing of N. 67 Charles'A. 'Darby,1: And Jots ,more, ctrlctypewrter' features for full-performance
For the cold Winter weather ]. Fur Bradford. degrees. 26 minutes 28 secondsW. Clerk; Of \Circuit-Court. rlI I ,
YYYYYYYYYYYYY.INDtAN M. L. Shea Jr. and children Florida. County continue northwesterlyalong 'And FOP ra fptd11 CouSty.FlorId'a. ';. Tul-duty( of f/ce/ .typing. See it today I Try it today I IV
1YY. of Gainesville, visited the coming1 on. Sunday School 9::45 ... m. L.W0.: said curve through an v ." .

Millers' Sundar.: ,Ma. end T. You're out for an evening tnurery open], Training! Un. WrATh:) ROAD DEPART angle of 03 degree 21 of minutes 268.07 t By: Beulah M Moody.: : ,
distance .
41 seconds a '
BEACHLake C. went dove hunting, but walk, tO.n:3O: p. nursery( opewl ;MENT Agency; ; OBFLORIDA of the Stato of 1'lorldj! an, feet to the end of said curve '1'.Deputy A. VAW.V.Clerk.. County: .r'.AttorneyBradford -'. :

didn't have much luck. I, A nice little woodland\ : stroll. :Rev. Lawrence Carroll. and run thence N. 72 degree 48 County'Courthouse.Starhre Bradford County Telegraph
seconds W. 870.57fuet .. .
minute 09 .
When all at once, tho wind aI,, BRADFORD COUNTY, a Political Flprlda Sail < '"
( _ante F e) Bunny cele- Subdivision to the end of said survey RONALD E. iltE.r S
: of the State .- : .
ttfl MIchiMl IL ChlttyPk. : brated her fourth, .tlrthday comes up. of Florida, Petitioners v line. i Haydon Burn Btilldlni 1 Phone 964-6303
cold. Containing 7.183 acres moreor '
And suddenly: It turns DEDAN BAPTIST [Breaker SAMUEL. JJOIUIA.'I.t'/ al, De Tallahaeiea Florida '
&752171AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&W last week. received a pretty ] exclusive of existingroad
lees .
This Is the time of year. fendants.UUM.MO.VS.. Of Counsel For ,Th. .Petition.4f ,
white kitten which she is Sunday Services: Sunday; TO SHOW CAUSE right of way. I ..
When we have our first School! 9:43: AND' Owned By: Samuel Dirman 10'/14 4ti1i1u
very: proud of. The Morris a. m. Morning and Esther Dorinun und his '
Good evening frtendB. family visited Dee's motherIn of frost. NIOT1CE' UK HEARING: wife .. .! .
Worship, 11 a. m. Training :Notice Of Eminent Domain ; -- -----
Welcome to the Indian Crystal River over the And trade the many Fall Union 6:3D: p. m. Evening Proceeding: Jackobson Samuel ,Jackobson his wife. and Betty --

Beich News section of the weekend.Mr. beauties, Service. 7:30. In the Name And By The Subject To: Option recordedIn
paper, by your. rolling reporter and Mrs. Bob Wilson For the Summer enjoyment) Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. mHev. Florida.TO Authority. Of The State Of In OR favor Book of 51 at KerrMcGeeCorporatIon Page 236.. IN DOWNTOWNGAINESVILLE

and son of West Palm Beach, we've lost. Leroy olive. Pastor ALL WHOM IT MAY Formerly Known.

:As you can tell, the news visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. The trees are turning to CONCEIt.'Iand purtlus claiming to all or per.uneI1nd having as Ke"r-.lcOee Oil Industries,

is J dropping every week. So Norwood over the weekend. pretty, !JVOT1C-H'] any right title. internet, Inc."It.). Ho. 111.1 111.2

during/ the coming weeks. and Mrs. M. T. Jones of Or- Their leaves are red yellow, in accordance, with the r>>rt>- to uuuite or, on mortgage those certain or other parcels lien muirr OF" WAY

I'Ui] be trying to fill In the mond Beach was visiting and brown. '1la visions. of Srotlon 230.J9. Plor i ot land hereinafter duscrlbed, Lateral Ditch Left Ot Stat DO YOU

TAPS with bits of information -I the flrrt\ of the week. Then towards the end of ubllo Blat"Invtiuutlon t<'e, The of llnnrrt tlrndfnrd< ot gothcr anKl' the with fa-Mowing all unknown pciaon, to- tion That 350 part-116.00 of:

,and anything I think Mr. and.; Mrs. E. W. Revels Fall. County Hereby( serve notice claiming' by through persons or- Government Lot 9, Section NEED HELP
'that an election 30 Township 6 South, Range -
gracefully start driftIng will be hold under known .
They -
might -interest you. Jr. and four children of persons who amUoud.
I November 7. 1087 for the or who 20 East, Lying (1)( left of and
ure not knownto
Otis Melton and I saw a Plant City were visiting1 Mr. down. f."rp'"B' of voting for dlstrlc bo dead or" alive: within 35 feet and (2) right i :

fin exhibition of dt.fensive and Mrs. E. W. Revels Sr. It you will go out for a visit for .the."ea.nuulntf and. District blcnnlum.tax. levy/ RUAU SECTION S-J31: 8H640-2001 lirailfurU. STATE County of lateral and dltrh within survey 30 feet lino of said a WITH YOUR

104t 1016P7TiiIo Names And AdIreneoc.KorrMcUeo ditch survey line being de-
ucrllu'd us follows'Commence
-- /,) George 11. CoW, V. P. on tho north line
of Section 30. Township 6
Oklahoma Korr-fllcUeo City Uulldlng-, Oklahoma 1 Kungu JO East at a point ,e-d ?
liD! 03: foet easterly from the
Sits No. 1011) I 105.1,
NW corner of Government LotI .
Klo.2. 111.1, :I In Bald Section 30, Bald point .' ',cf,
111.3. DualSECTION s t
being on the arc of a, curv. r
TiCi :UHIMU-UIMII\ : HTATKHU.11 : concave to the S\V having. a YOU NEED AWILSON'S
radius of 21U4.79! foot thence
I II( \'rY 1)1"lII1"'IIO: .S
from a tangent bearing of S.
\a. 11>-1.1 NIGHT OF
W..ay I i7! degrees/ 211 minutes 28 seconds S, -
E. run southeasterlyalong ,
That 4' -
part of:
((1)) S\V'I.r Section 29. said curve through an
angle of II degrees 36 minutes
PI a
Township 8 South Range 20 '
I East, AND (2) tH: .cvf a: % nt 19 seconds. a distance of ,
730.27 feet to the Point of. BeginnIng -
tat l'an,1
all of Lut 14 In
of lateral ditch survey -
Suction :::10. ,
Township a South EQcA
linn, thence S. 72 degrees -
run I

'. ;, You are required by law to promptly answer w'SW'/Ranffo sv4, of loss So ot NVI Enm.the SWt..aouth A.VD and, NW-4 830 Skit feet ot of, lateral" Containing 220 05 ditch feet minutes survey 0.104 to the acres 35 line.end secondsW moreor of r'' ; 0

lass, exclusive of existing
Lying went of State Rond '
231 and being In Section: 3J.: road. right o-f way ALSO: : EARLYSHOPPER'S
the recently TnwnBhlp' U South Jill Lateral Ditch Right Of Station ,
Questionnaire sent to you concerning Hunt Ranee That 1)60)!part./. of 15.00: .

Lying each; side of and Lot 2 and 8. Section 30 \
within 60 furl of the Burvoy sOoth 20
t Range

I Jury Duty by the Board of County line being 81140.2001 Ill-Kin of doscrlbKd.State on, acid the Ituad as south survey 231 follow, line Section lIne of East Township within., Lying 36, feet 30((1)and feet right((2)of of left and a of lateral within and : \_ S ACCOUNTDO

Election 3J. Township. t Houth: ditch survey line said ditch
Hang 20 Eat at a point survey line being described a*
isjs..10 feet euBterly from the
Commissioners. 8\V corner of laid Section 8J. follow Commence: on the north line ..:

run thence N. la degrees 46 of Section 80 T. 6 S. R. 20 E..
mInutes as seconds W. 648.50 119.03 feet easterly YOUR CTMAS'ShOPPING
at a point : IN NOVEM-
feet to the
beginning of a from the NW corner of Oov. .-. .
curve concave to the NK haying ,
eminent Lot 3 In said Section
a., radius. of JJH3.4H feet 30," said point being oat the ikwriitelG"
run. thince northwesterly arc of a curve concave to the PAY 133PTI< NEXT YEAR. NO
The Board would it much along said curse through a SW having a radIus of 2364.79feet
appreciate very total control angle of :H7 da- thence from a tangent
gruel 44 mInutes. a distance ofl007.27
I bearing of S. 67 degree 26 I SE&tV1C1o.LA1E ON THIS ACCOUNT
( feet to the ond ot Bald minute 23 *cond9 B. run
,. curve' run N. 01 degree OJininuta southeasterly along said .. t

if you would comply with this request at feet to*concave the:nu seconds to:livglnnmar the VV.8VV: 3i ot having 4.ls acurve curve degrees a through) distance 36 minute an of angle 730.27 19 of seconds feet 14 : > 'YOU' PAY

a radIus of 2*"".71!* feet, to the Point of Beginning of
run thence. northwesterly la .ral' .ditch survey line run ... 1/3 IN JANUARY,
.I along said an .
curve through
thence N. 72 degrees 05 minutes
: .nllie ot 20 degree 21 minute seconds 13. 400 feet to '
83 <
earliest convenience. 2S lecondi distance of
: .f.;', your very 1017.90 ft. tu the a north SInS otU the end line. of lateral ditch survey -

c. 33:. T. a a.: R. 20 K., a-t U. Containing 0.488 acre. moreor > 1/3 IN MARCH
point 1190.26 ft. easterly. from less exclusive of existing
.. the N\V cur. of said' Sec.: 32 rond right of way. '
... .
(South line of lit, "
Owned By i Samuel Dorman ... :B.ur
Township' 6 Smith. Range :2U and Esther Dorman his wife; 1tfHEMB: E.s.Aa

.. 1u"tI> at u point UStt.ai feet Samuel Jaclcobson. and BattyJarkobaon.
; Thank You easterly' 11'0'1the' SW: coiner his wife. IS ONLY FOR PURCHASES
of said Section\ :2 III), thrnc* Subject To: Option recorded .
from a tangent of N' '
b.-arlng In OR book 81 st page 231.
HI/ daKrem 45 minute 08 secondc let* favorof, Kerr-McOe. <: MADE IN 'NOVEMBER-"
VV. run northwesterly Formerly known
along,, ..ud curve through an a* Kerr-McOe Oil Industries, I
angle of 20 degren 63 mln-
ut.. 31 ieuond' a distance of Inc.

Board of County donininim l curve 10J1.1H, run fmt tu then ti...--"end N. of 42 said de-. nonnow Hn NO. Pit Pf\PIT.t Nr I And Haul. YOU Mrt HOWTVEH, USE YOUR E. S. ,A. FOR PURCHASES

grees! 1!IH '"'",","!' a :\9! iwooml Morrow MADE
Road Right Of Station 328 -/ OCT,3e'N:
VV. 10o2.8i fuel to tii.' west 00.74 31 AND TAKE. ADVANTAGE OF THE SAVINGS -
line of Seutlun 21. Township 6 ,
'I That part ot:
I 'South'nB of, Section Range 30.Jo Township tlast
South, hangs 2D List: ) a' a
20 East and

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA from!point' the IBja SB 64: corner fuet northerly of ald 8W4 Township South.of NW4 Range 8 South Of Section Range. 29.>HO> t"

.. Section 30, run thence N. 44 .
East. described as follow: IS'
degrees 4r
; J \V. "U.sa n mnulr.! 39 1e0onis the Commence on the east line < / 'f' I"
fast to Section
beginning of a curve concave of Government: 4 t.utk;;:
100 the sw THRU SATURDAYS 9:30 AM.9
having a radlu. of 20 East at a point 3244.17 feet. P.M.
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