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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME EIGHTY-NINE STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOV. 2. 1967 NUMBER: NINETEEN






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I Jail TermConvicted Auto InspectionsUnder


on drunk

j driving charges Isadore

Glisson was sentencedto New Law

10 days in jail by

Bradford County Judge

r Theron Yawn in plea day .

proceedings on Thursday .11B Board

Oct. 26.GUllllon..

a local plumber

was> also fined $150 after

b pleading guilty to driving L ... Requests
...
while Intoxicated. Oct. 21 on ..>.\
'Itr4 <
s T; SR-230 east of Starkft.; when j '

b ( 14p.r his car struck a boat. and I
PermitBradford
trailer, '
riri 1 1I
;: Judge Yawn said a jail Ii! ....._....... .1..jI" ,'
term was mandatory for a .,;r-"""..'' -10, (County will be

accident.drunken driver Involved In .I, .',. t in the auto inspection business

come next July if ac-
Another driver Wllltam! .
,
tion by the Board of
Holmes Jc., was sentenced to
4
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; X'' + r ,' -, + ', three days In jail lIi'ter he i County Commissioners
was convicted of speeding\ at meeting here Wednesday

95 mph. Holmes. who was morning is an indication.The .

arrested; by niP Trooper J. board voted 3-2 approval

R ij Y3 bhq.yp, K, WaJde.i a told the court he of a resolution asking the
IFe l w1 Florida Department of Public
d ? ; y was not paying Attention to
Safety for a permit for
his speed at the time of ar- coun- "
t" wr I ty-operated inspection stations
rest.The under a new Florida law re-
.. ... ... Judge also! Imposed a
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three-day Jail sentence on
The senior class float, above, won first place In son, ''and Sandra Register were borne along, Call J. T. Moods, who pleaded of all motor ve-

competition: in Bradford High's homecoming parade Street on the prize winning job. Miss Register was! guilty to public Intoxication.. hicles.

I last Thursday afternoon. The four senior queen cancrowned: : queen Thursday night at Tornado' Whirl Thomas W. Potts Sr. The vote was Johns: ,(For Hamilton) Commissioners

didates ((1-r) Linda Crews, Sharon Tatum, Della Wil- pleaded not guilty\ to charges and Shuford. (Against) Chas-,

of larceny of a pistol from h ,aT'.k 'ei'.i'41k tam and Norman.
Clay County Deputy/ Sheriff Chairman Shuford said the
Prevails At BHS HomecomingPomp James. F. Chesser and the
I Pageantry ,,a P1 cost of equipping one lane had<
ease was transferred to the been estimated at around $3-

trial docket. 600, although several" 'other

and pagentry, prevail Lawtey. and Miss Della Wilson ever, by the Tornadoes' 33-8 en, tenth grade, ana 'Miss His son, Daniel, also Commissioners thought It<;

ed at Bradford High's Homecoming of Starke. defeat in the homecoming; Sharon HoweQ?; nintn grade. pleaded Innocent to charges might run higher than that.
I celebration last] week' The Freshman. Class! won grid contest Friday night the The 1967 Football Sponsor of assault and battery In + 'Norman' said the county's

end! asp pretty Sandra Register second place In the float. first they had lost since 1957. were also presented Tney are connection with the same 6,000 registered vehicles would

daughter of Mrs. Betty competition and the Sophomore It was also Just the eecond Misses :Marilyn BolUn er, Incident, and) that case was mean about 13,000 Inspections:!
Register and Freeman Regis- Class anUI Junior High time the Fighting Tornadoeshad Beverly Mcftae, Kay Coteoii.! also set for trial. anoiuaiyr\ \ ,' and\ voiced the'''opinion

ter of Stark, had the coveted seventh and eighth class] been beaten at home Joyce Denmark Karen Pats: The two; and another lIOn ,y at.would' tequlre a tart of I
queen's crown placed on here Coats tied for third place. ainoe 1963. Palatka beat the and Gheryl.MCRae.Marilyn. Thomas Jr..- also face felony a ?< thr' ** tWhajills the work. He ,

** The 'Junior' Class' von the Tornadoes ::1-& on Bradford BoUliwer wad nq ned ,.filwaes .In Circuit. Court for .,I hg! a declarn>11.14DOt:' beta: -jL
Srruor C1aes'weilti first '"TDr'tuia- "Whr1'a" skit'compe Field.'urMOM" : and' burned the Interact Club Swe Vheart. money-making proposition,,but w
alleged assault Deputy -- -- ---
prize in the float competition tition with, a ditty entitled trick again four years later for the Homecoming< weekend.\ an on 'Shuford thought! otherwise. ,
\ in the Homecoming Parade ,"What's Happenn. ??" The when they won 13-7 two BHS's foreign .'exchange ,student Chesaer on Sept. 2 on 8R- Homecoming QueenPretty .'I'd like to have the permit
last Thursday afternoon with Junior High students, seventh weeks ago.Presented, Mias Ellsa Rekiia of 100 just Inside the Bradford If the county doesn't want Jt,.*.

the model shown above which and eighth\ grades, came In during the halftime Finland, was: named Honorary County line.Thomas he joked..
carried Queen Sandra and her second with one entitled show at the name Friday Interact Swet! hart. She rode Potts Jr. had been Miss Sandra'Regbter. daughter. of Sirs. Betty Register Under the new law, the

Court. Members. of the Courtare "Flower On The FlelJ.( night were the Class Princesses In the .parade and was pre stopped by 'the deputy for a and Freeman Register of Starke, was crowned 1067 BUS county must charge S1.75 for

Miss Sharon: Tatuxn of Celebration of BHS' big'' : Miss Bu0an Autry, eleventh aented to fans at halftime of traffic violation, and during Homecoming Queen at the Tornado Whirl lust 'Thursday. She each Inspection with 25 centsof

Law ley, Miss Linda. Crews of weekend was marred. : how grade; Miss Karen Breed- the game. the course of an altercation Is shown. above as she "was presented to homecoming funs at the this amount going to the

which, followed, the deputy game Friday. ,night. State. For the two inspections,
was allegedly assaulted and the county would net $3 annually

Tax Collector Seta Next Tuesday his pistol was taken from per car. No estimates
him. have been made of the cost
Extra Office HoursTax Other defendants who In Assessing Property of salaries or other overhead

pleaded Innocent, and whose The Inspection lane 'would
Collector'. R. Kelly cases were set for trial were: probably be set up in the new
has announced his office will Small B. E. McLeod removal of county barn at the site'of
Vote Seen
Nov.be open 9, and on -the Thursday Thursday Nov., property under lien: Bobby New Law Requires the proposed suggestion new of courthouse.On Commis-.

Lee Cohens, withholdingsupport
sioner Johns, the board gieed
16.Regular : D. L. DePoe. assault
officehours will be to let Frank Williams; County
and battery Jack: Eaves Land'Return
extended those two days Kelly : Ag Director of Civil Defense, obtain -
On School and Web Kersey, trespassingand
said, I I to allow persona vho Millage other, charges. necessary information on
their and other
cannot get off from Jobs needed equipment
earlier In the .'afternoon tIDta.ke An inmate of the State If farmers want their land classified as agricultural materials for the inspection

advantage! of the full Prison at Ralford. Ozell Wil for tax assessment purposes, they will have 'to file an service. It was stated that the
four per' cent discount if tax- A skimpy turnout is predicted for next Tuesday's school millage election when liams, charged with an s- annual return with the County Tax Assessor accord. ''Department of Public Safety
es are paid In November. Tax: taxpayers will have a chance to act on the School Board's request for three more saulit early this week on a would cooperate with the
law the 1967 Leg-
ing to provisions of a new passed by
I payments may also be mailed mills an increase of $120,000. I prison officer was offered county in setting up the service. -

to the tax collector' Office. Supt:.Tom Casey eays.he,doubts that 600 persons will vote in the biannual the assistance of counsel anda islature. iProvisions I 4
but of the now Agricultural with agricultural -
preliminary hearing lantf to get by an Refuse
: Plat
Several' persons have notified millage election. The School Board is asking for permission to levy six mills in
remained mute and the case Zoning Act were explained classification that The board refused to accept
him. Kelly saM. Wit they 1968 and 1969, double' the three mills the people voted in 1965.At to the Com used,
cannot get to his office by was bound over to Circuit County was not actually being! a plat for the Lewis Smith ,
the regular 4:30: p. m. cloelnjtune. the same time taxpayers! Court mission\ Wednesday by the for agricultural purponea. subdivision, Sampson Shores
are voting on mlllagi. !, every man Garage; No.'7. RJE High short over $100,000 In anticipated A preliminary hearing has board's attorney. T.A. Yawn. Yawn told the Commission Unit No. 5, as presented by
qualified voter wllll have a School gym: No.8. Armory; revenue because of tim been scheduled) this F1iday.rCol"ltln1lett Yawn said the act creates an that unless the return Is filed surveyor M. O. McMillan.The .
chance to >elect three new No.9. Southnkie Elementary 'Continued On Pag., Twol' On Paws Two Agricultural Zoning Board the Board has no choice but plat had been discussedat
'school trustees. Four persons School; No. 10, Theresa Com composed of five members of to reclassify the land as nonagricultural a previous meeting; Mc-

I'I are on the ballot; two Lawtey munity House; No. 11, Hampton the County Commission\ with Millan said, but no definite,
Negroes. Albert Johnson, 22, City Hall; No. 12, Brad the Tax Assessor and County Assessor Long said! that If action had been taken. "

I School a Sperry employee, and Rev. ford County Library; No. 13ATerwlUegar .. Agricultural Agent as ex of- the new law \la enforced the Several members of the
Daniel! Bright, pastor of the Motors No. 13B. flclo [non-voting] members. owner, of, agricultural land Commission said the board had '
Macedonia Free Will Baptist Broughton Building Graham: According to the law. no will have to file a return In
got into hot water by accepting -
Church in Lawtey. The two No. 14. Miss Kate Strut1 '8 lands shall ,be zoned as agricultural orcer to benefit by the agri- plats 'before streets .had
Trustee others are residents of residence; No. ISA, Brooker 'unless a return \U cultural classification Just as actually been constructed by
Starke: Ben Moxley Jra du-1 Community House, and No. matte to 'the tax assessor declaring the owner ot'homestead exempt
the owner-developer to 'county
Pont employee, and Dr. James'W. 1SB, MoodY's Store, New Riv- f f4m that. such lands, as of property' must file an specifications. Although ..the .
,*' P tray. local physician' er. Wc '1tl111 January; 1 of that year, were application] each year to benefit
CountY Is responsible for maintaining -
And and former administrator a.'. used primarily for agricultural from homestead exemption.
Florida the such streets after they
Under law.
Bradford HIM School. purposes. Yawn ,aald that. according Since the Tax Assessor does
School Itself have been built to \ -
Board levy specifications
Only those freeholders who can to' law,, the return not have a vote on the agricultural -
10 mills. The it is not for
to responsible'
can prove they have paid or up taxpaying would have to be made an- zoning board the responsibility
Millage owe 1967 taxes are eligible to freeholders In each school nually. {The taw becomes of-' for !setting classifies 'buildIng them.
vote In the pillage election. district ..may also give the festive January 1, 1968. ton* is t on the County 'Lot purchasers ''often do
Receipts showing the taxes Board permission to levy up Tax Assessor Owne Long Commission not understand this and seem
ElectionDon't have been paid or tax state- td 10 mills they so vote In a said yesterday that he was reluctant The new law further pro. to expect the board to build

ments must be presented or millage election making a total to require such a return vUes: "The .board I CountyCommission the streets If the developer
freeholders may sign an af11devIt of 20 mills any school In cases of bona fide ] may also reclassify falls to do so," Commissioner

which will be availableat board can levy for operationof re farms that had been on the lands zonal agricultural \ Johns said.. "Street-building Is
t Forget the district schools. 'f' ,
the polls that they have books as agricultural for when there la a contig- the developer's responsibility,
paid their taxes.Freeholders This year the Bradford many years, and would not do uous urban or metropolitan not the County's," Johns said.
Tues., Nov. 7 School Board Is levying 5.33 so unless compelled.: He indicated development on .two or more He received unanimous approval -
whose property mills of the 10 It can levy! of !Mayor Gets First Christmas Seals a request would be madeto sides and when the board on his motion that" the
la totally tax exempt are not Its volition end three
own the State. Attorney Generalfor the continued Smith plat not be accepted
finds that use
ONLY to vote in the mtUa-if Out with the first
TAXPAYERS eligible additional mills voted by the Starke Mayor Hurst was presented
"until specifications have bean
an opinion of such lands for agricultural
election, according' to School'Board taxpaying freeholders. of Bradford sheet of Christmas Seals by Bin. Desfct Dyal and Mrs. met.,
Pierce. Rep. Gene Shaw, who was purposes will act as a deter-
ELIGIBLE TO VOTE Attorney George County,, which comprises Evelyn: Haney, member of the Board of Trustee of the Tuberculosis
All 17 precincts In the School District No. 1, In 1965 a. member of the House Ad rent to the timely and orderlyexpansion date Ordered Down
and Respiratory Dlseaas( Association of Northeast
Valorem Taxation Committee, !At the request of Mrs Marie
county will be open from 7 a. for a total of 8.38 mills. The of the community."
Florida. which reported the bill favor- Johnson of Route 1, Naples
m. until 7 m. next Tuesday Board also levies an additional
,t This Space Contributed Nov. 7.p.according to Supervisor 1,35 mill for "debt service The Chlrstmas Seals are the only fund raising project that ably, said it was not his Intent Agricultural lands are defined : and her sister, Mrs. LeSago.
and he .believed not the as those used for: hor- the 'board Instructed the clerk(
Publicize \ of Registration Neva and' capital improvements, support the area TB associations projects) In community ,
to :
Weekly Flynn who Is handling the making its total 1967 levy service, public health education medical and nursing education.More Intent of the committee, to ticulture, floriculture, viticulture to write Commissioner of Agriculture
Events byThe'
Community election for the School Board. 10.268 mills. than S million seals will be mailed to more than require any return that was forestry, dairy, livestock Doyle Conner. orderingthe
No.1.Lawley What the Board Is asking not already being made. He[ removal of a gate acrossa
CommunityState The precincts are: residents In {Northeast Florid before November 15. poultry, bees, and ploclcultura
City HaU; No.2. next.Tuesday\ Is permission "to 200,000 said he would write to an attorney county road running throng
Bank Lawtey Recreation: Hal: ; No. levy an additional three mills :&1.... Honey said that she was confident that Bradford in the) State Comptrol. where the land III used principally the former Letsch farm.' northof

Accounts: no'jr Insured 3, Bradford County Fair of the 10 the taxpayers may County would surpass the 196O-47 figure of SMSO.' The ler's office for an opinion. for the production of Starke and west of U,' 8.
them permission to levy. for the 1647-48 campaign Is S1.SOO. Shaw said the new law was 301. The property 1st no**
Restaurant give
to SI5.000 by Building; No. 4. Guidon county goat
op tropical fish, and all forma of
designed to correct abuses un- owned by Conner and 1 used
Insor1 In Starke: No. 5.Bradford Primary reason for needingthe (Contributions are being OIled In the continuing fight againsttuarniosis *
Federal Deposit
School Auditorium additional\ three mills or der the so-called Green Belt. farm production. In his catOe operation '
High! emphysema and other long dlaesees."n. .
arc Corp. ; No. e, James"M.. Nor- $120.000. is that. the Board Is LaW which had allowed some [Continued On Pager-for
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t Mr. and Mrs. Mark Herlong 'I' two of the defendants en- wishes to give the School INVITATION- TO 1MIV .. I>ropert November)'. *. tCO'-Plna Quit,,

and family of Jacksonville tered pleas of "nolo con- Board permission to levy, STATK PUIU'IIAMIXOMIHMIOV. COM- Bid Hlunka, condition ants

were Saturday SUpetrUests I tenidre" meaning that while I from 0 through 10, and mark TALLAIIAadbN! "' pacineutlonii.. from the Stat may Im obtain
od
t Furchumni
I Mr. and Mrs W. F. Herlong they did not contest the an X beside the numoer. It Is KI.OHIDA CoinmlNHlon Room 112 Wl|.

Mr. anUi Mrs. George Hai- charges they also did not necessary! to write in both the Competitive Sealed Bide :n"'IIk'8; Bloxham. BulUllni,
gins attended the Spring ijt'l number of mills and the X will be reat'lvad by the Statu Florlilu.Al
admit guilt.County. on ,until J, DayExecutive
,
Pure'huHlnic' i ntnnilBnlon
Methodist. Church Homecoming ; Aha second, line to make the 1'1111) AM! EHTft. ,lull, Director.
GLADYS MOOTY on Sunday. ,. ballot vault shown for thf sale .>f surplus to/*a at l u/i!
.
Phone 96...' 08 Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Win Applies The! juoard is also lequest-
gate were In St. Petersburg, on
long one mill for 'District No.

Mrs. Alta Asliurst has re- Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. business last week, While To Inspect 1 Building and Bus Reserve

.M-turnodi to her home In COCOA I Johns Mr. and Mrs E 3. there Mrs. Wlngnte visited" I Fund." Voters. may again approve

'a tll" ,two months visit with I Sibley end Mrs. C. B Johns Or and Mrs. C. J. Houpt m Auto the one mill requested
Plnellas Park. Tags
her brother-in-law and sister returned last\ week from do or write In another figure! on
< Mr. and Mrs. Li. O Hazen. sight-seeing trip up the East Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowlandwere a second line entitled "Other

*trs. V. V. Hazen toturnod const to Hyde Park N. Y. visiting Mr and Mrs. f1 I [Continued From Page One I millage levy."
Dwight Marshall and familyIn
Saturday after two weeks visit -' Mrs. Gene Pass visited Pvt.
Apalachicola. and Mr and :Mrs.!\ Johnson owns property
with her son-in-law and Pass at Fort Bennlng. Ga.
Policemen
City
Mrs. George McDaniel in Tal- adjoining: Conner's and aid
daughter\ Mr. and MM. M. last weekend.
W'I lahassee last week. the locked gate prevents acce.s..
Undergo TrainingStarke
Furlong In Tlfton. Oa. Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and
Mr Itnd Mrs. B. F Allen Jr to her land. She is now offering I
Mrs. Furious underwent sur-i family of Merritt Island were!
attended the Ford Aatollte, her property for sale and Police Chief Bobby
pry. visiting their )parent, Mr. and Treasure Quest awaits\ partyat the gate prevents real estate ha .,..
Bigg completed a train-
Mrs.\ Robert Tanner! of Mrs. Barney McRae and Mr. .r.
the Voyager Beach Motelin dealer from showing the prop- Ing course in law enforcementat
Baldwin visited Mrs. J H. and Mrs. Lonnie Hariey over
: Fields last' Friday. the weekend. Daytona. Beach on Saturday erty to prospects: she _lei. tha Florida Law Enforce: # -

m. :Mr, and Mrs, D. F. William, ,HALLMARK CHRISTMAS as guests of Ford Motor Commissioner Johns offered ment Academy In Tallahasseeand Mdlya t
Co. and TerwlUegar Motor L Mrs. Johnson key to the
a I five city patrolmen are
: and family ot Largo spent I CARDS now on dlspl.iy. Quick ,
Mr. Allen was one of the but she refused It. ,
gate saying i this week undergoing similar I
the weekend with her parents, i iMr. Imprint. Service guaranteedat 1
and Mr*. W. H Graham,i Bulllngton's.Olen Jacksonville District winners the gate blocked a county training in Gainesville
In The Treasure Quest Con road and should be removed I I
airy all Attended the U. of F. Reddish of Green Chief Bigg said the training -

football game. woorfi S. C.. son of Sheriff test.Cheryl The Commission agreed, and will meet the new police
and Brinson Savage instructed the Clerk to tell
IMelande,, Kathy. end Lex and Mrs P D. Reddish, has minimum standards law passed
of Midway Oa. were visiting he could build a cattle I
Green HI of Gainesville were I been promoted 'to senior en- Conner by the 1967 Florida Lelalatur
Kathy Frees and too W E Sap to county specification YOU'RE INVITED TO ATTEND '
visiting their gran..J.PIII'ents.MF. gineer with the Ohem-Strand I The attend-
patrolmen are
,
Dowlinss over the weekend Is removed.
and Mrs. Lex Green and been I after the gate
over Corporation: has
the
ing a course set
Ben Allen attended a meet- Gas Line Permit up by J
thto weekend. transferred to Oalveston, Texas. Gainesville Police Departmentunder OPEN HOUSE
American Motorcycle -
of the
Ing board
In other action the :
"Miss Sue Morris ot West .
Hollywood was visiting her Or. and Mrs. Baryen MoRae Association In Valdosta, I Loyree Cocomise/ Given -Authorized Its attorney Florida the Bureau sponsorship of Law of Enforcement the- Sunday Afternoon November 5
Ga. on Saturday. with
T. A. Yawn to work out ,
Mrs: B.
mother C. Morris. and family of Lake City were
Patrolmen attending -
I laAt weekend. visiting! Mr. and Mrs. McRae Mrs. Effle Johns had as As BPW Woman Florida Ga Transmission Caa
Of The the this week
course are
Sunday visitors Mr. ioid :Mrs. permit allowing the companyto TOWN HOUSE ENTERPRISESOF
:Mr and Mrs. J. H, DuPre Sr. on Sunday.
Harold Crew C. C. Hutchinson
-
Kenny Frank of Lakeland and! additional naturalgas
have returned from two week Mr. and Mrs. Sate and place an
Guy J. W. Baisden of Jacksonvlll Mm.' Pat Henry, Bill Chamber, FLORIDA
Coroutine .
vacation. through the Smoky Mrs. W. B. Mundy Attendedthe Lovrpr owner of line under county roads. .
and Willie
** Mr. and Mrs. D.V.. Judd and active/ rlvlr lender -Heard Yawn report on Searcy.
receive
Mountains and Kentucky funeral of Bruce Cox In a plttqun
and children of Clcwisto Five will also attend next Showing A New Concept In Modern
of condemnation suit
where they visited friends Jacksonville: Mon.'af after Doyle preKlilrnt of the starke Business. progress
were weekend guests of his several of land week but Asat. Chief Ken
relatives on parcels
and
enrout
Women'M. Club her Bradford Living
naming Apartment
ww Mr. and Mi's. Curtis Ed- noon.Mr, and Mrs Thomas T. mother. Mrs Willie Mae Judd. needed for the rebuilding of Fuqua ,and Patrolman Billy

> wards had aa weekerki Kuests:! Long Jr, and son of Mt>mphin, They also visited his slate year.The the Hydrocarbons Road to primary Overstreet will take the placeof Jefferson
Orange and Sta. Starke Fla.luscious
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes In plaque. wait presented lint Tluirmluy specifications. Also that Crews and Hutchlnaon. ,
Earl Edwards of Mt. Dora. Tepn: are visiting Col.! and
:Mr: and Mrs. Carl Edwards Mr. Long Sr this week. Lake Butler. at a dinner lu ;Mm. Cociunixe'it' honor at the attorneys for :several timber
and children of Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Harrington rant. companies, planning to appeal
Mr and Mrs. Carl Mathews of Palatka and Mr
.. O*.. and Mr. and Mrs. G. C.Edwards i attended< the third birthdal adverse court decision In their
.. of< Jacksonville.Mr and Mrs. Billy Harrington and: tax suits had requested a I
celebration of their granddaughter Mrs. Kate Sheppard V Miss ,
Jacksonville
daughter of were Betsy
with Yawn at 10 a.m.
: and Mrs. Ralph Mor- meeting
I !' Laura Mathews at Mrs. the .
serison visiting their mother. Brunswick. Ga. spent drew College
and family of Leesburg Tuesday. I
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gladys Harrington over the weekend with Mrs. Paul Biid will be home Fir,,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Asked the County
Bruce Mathews In Gainesville weekend and attended the U. gas and Mrs. Edna Hart. Mr. and fire
Henry Morrison last weekend. Control Station to plow a
e. Tuesday evening. POI3 James T. Moore of th. f
) Tampa
of F. Homecoming game.
line around the county dump
'o U. S. Naval Facility, Keflavik tors of Mr. < new'Confections' in four
on SR :10O west.Granted .
Iceland Is home on six dayeleave Haddock. -- School Supt. Tom
'" this week. Mrs. L. U
thecounty'
Casey permission to uee
Mr. and Mrs. Roddy Struth daughter,
and family of Atlanta Ga Mrs. W. R. equipment to hold al ,
.. YOU CAN school trustee and mlllago election -
BE were weekend visitors of Mr. daughters!: of next Tuesday. "'- -- yummycolors
an*' :Mrs. Merrill Struth. Atlanta Ga.
iMrs. Ed Taylor of Orlando, end visiting Heard Clerk Darby report by
that he had received over COO II DlfliitejmzfJ
spent several days last week III. Mr. and !
Y replies aa a result of some,,
with Mr. and Mrs T. L. Casey on, to ''
and,, Mrs. E. T. Vestal! while visit their 1,100 Jury service question- T
mailed out recently
r. Mr. Taylor was in J. Hlllls in-law. Mr. nacres

QUEEN Miller Medical Center In Pollet.

.a. r I ,- Gainesville Wednesday Small Vote SeenIn .

Mrs Dlalla Chestnut of USS R. H.

Y Grove Park has been admittedto In Vietnam.Mr. Millage Election

of the the Starke Nursing Home and Next Tuesday ''a'Confection'
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dullard of Denver. "-

.. f of Eustls were Saturday! visit- Mr. and Mrs. 'Continued from Page One: I

., ors of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt the first of I
Williams.Mrs. Dr. and her taxes which have not

"" A .DAY Gladys Weldon visited: and daughter' been paid and which are still)I girdle

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon and Mrs in litigation.

n Macclenny Monday: / and Tavares were On the ballot for the mill- ,in Lace
Tuesday. dinner,guests' conventional.'I' age election ,there are two, 'n Lycra9
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hurst ofIndianapolis Jimmy O* lines under a title "District l I

: Ind, visited his Mrs. Jerry No. 1 Current Fund." The I

I s "h r grandmother, Mrs. W. S sonville and! first line says six mills and an l600ti

Slade last Saturday. Rlgdon and X placed there will give the,,

Local admittances: to Bradford darIn, were Board: the six mills it y irl

.-. I County Hospital this Mrs. George quests. The other line. I'e-I

week Include: Mrs. Lode Roberts the weekend. titled "Other mlllaga

4 Walter Strobe Mrs. Miss Madge I may be used If a taxpayer

Clembertime: Davis Mrs. Jean confined: In does not want to vote the six!

WIN lasklns. Mrs Jean Wade, following a mills. I
v
a new .
Ernest Whittle James Crawford Wednesday. To use that line he has to I i My.

and Mrs. Linda Nettles Mrs. Don write the number of mills he' r\\
= all\ pf Starke' ; Brenda Lindsey Jacksonville

outfit of of Graham; James Lively of J. D. Stalnaker -I 'Confection' bra

S. $25 Hawthorne; Mrs. Lillian Scottof Ga. were SCHEDULE .
choiceHere's Melrose: William: Pau''' ents Mr. and OF SERVICES -'

your Moody of Lawtey; Mrs Augt"* son on Sunday.Dr. :! with whisper-thin .. .

Piddle of Keystone Heights: and Mrs. :ST. EDWARD'S CHURCHStarke L
Benny Downing of Brooker: ton and Mr. --

all Augus Alderman of Melrose; Trawick I
M you do! Edward J. Walnwrlght Ican Public Sunday Mass: 8:18: a. m. fiberfill ))0.

tion Thursday Mas: 6:30: ( p.,m. -i.
Kingslev Lake: and Mrs meeting
: Any adult woman to :
.
XlilMt. No .ptirchna $300
nicxiiry no Miraculous Medal Novena.
x- .uIg_....ll you do .to coma In, nglatar and answer asS Marie. Green and Mrs. Catherine day to .
., nyiUiy quaitlon. Winner will ba announced a p,m.;Sep Ramer of Ralford. L. C. Smith Saturday 7 p. m. .
fcrd.A Nov. 1L You do not. lima to be praienk to "win.' (Corps Mrs. Roy Ward anj Darby was visiting Confessions: S p. m. and t = ry I

.-.. mployau or their' famlllei ara not eligible.) Peek of Lake City vlsltej Henry O'Hara, m. '

their mother, Mrs. S. L. Peek end I ir

.-' r J Sr.. on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH ,

I Mrs. David Chrlstooher and dale were in St Keystone Height "4* a''} \
I t-a
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daughter, Tammy spent the the first of Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m.

weekend here with her parents her sister, Mrs. Wednesday: Mat and No- Deliciously fashionable 'Confection

-- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Din- Pfc Billy na 7 p.m. i coordinates in blue lemon yellow z
Sill Okla. Is '
kins They were accompaniedback ST. MART'S CUtTECHMacclenngr black and white. : 'n If. .
)1 JJght lacy .Confectlon" <"f
to their home In Dund- weeks leave of t C
) pt.
:: FAMOUS "MOVIE LADIES' ridge, Ala. Sunday by Mr. Paul bra-A, B, C cups $3.00. r d 6 sYF
STAR"Peignoir "' Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. OL ....
.... and Mrs. DinkIns and P. M. Holt of : Almost-weightless 'Confection long ...- f
., WARM COMFY Barefoot. weekend leg pantie (of nylon and "Lycra"

Mrs. H. H. I In spandex power net)-S 1\1. L $6.00.
Charles Chambers gradu- II ,

.-. X:. Poodle Slipper ated from Florida Tech IBM 'dale Misses Jane I Fitted

.. Sets ( : School In Miami on Oct. 30. Struth and Iwwr ..x hmk. : "r.n, 'erne" Lr..wKxMM Slips
Mrs. John Haney and. Mrs. /vxkI
-a $1.69 VALUE of FSU were
= Eldon Klmmons. of Keystone
eur 66 liJ. Mom "win, love 1 these cute poodla $ Heights, and Mrs.. Nate Dyal! weekend. 6.00
M rg. YY cloth sllppsrs with, soft, paddsdsola. of Hampton Lake represented Mrs. X. M. ,
In blue ,
lot3.99 f or pink Terri and son,
= Bradford County at a meeting -
other slipper to S2.99NYLOX last 7 y r 'lr"I' 'w } .
Thursday In
A beautiful gIN Nylon sheer /i itoep e/enlng Pa- guests of Mr. ,
aw tMinge> eoet evarlaKatat ( f PRINTS latka of the Board of Trustees i Taylor in Bikini Panties
bloat thin gowav \\ of 'the Tuberculosis\ d1Respiratory
lac ambaaidaiy trim. They brought !
Disease
S. Association -
rains Quilt Robes Smith who has
red ot black. $* of Northeast Florida. basic training ;

a. Lt. Thomas a. Dyal of
IlA
.w : ning. Barry Ask
( $ TT Nylon chiffon In Wright Patterson Air Force: Fort Gordon on
awl ,1 : 5 print. ;War wen bait' Base, Dayton. Ohio spent several '
Mrs.
:
- S:1: half beltMt or without. Harry "y ti
- Sun 10.la. Layaway days last week with, his daughter. Oerrl
aw now while eelecUona( parents. Mr. and Mrs Nate
.' r .,5.j to $'.'. ara complete.'MOVIE their cousins
- Dyal of Hampton Lake while Milton, St. E.Johns.

=- enroute back to Dayton from Beryl Holland

"' STAR" LABEL a job assignment at Elgin Air on Sunday r
:.: & Force Base near Pensacola.
Mrs. A. N.
FULL & HALF SLIPS He also visited frlenrts in Or- Miss
Jane
; Walter
f
S Y Vna lando while here, visited Arthur this question: ,{ iP
'r $188 $277 I
a \ AND Fort Banning, ,
:: TIlE BRADFORD' weekend. _Increasingrate! of i 4
a / \ .u r ng. $1.99 a $2.9 I
COUNTY accidents SIZES '4-5-6
:: I' 100% nylon tricot( and nylon satin.i I TELEGRAPH by air ; i
f with.i front shadow panels. lees end Published Jail Term and auto are fright ?"P y 1hL, q'd'rLth '
= /lass embroidery trim FUll slips. 32 44. every Thursdayat
- MAN TAILORED hell slips in f.SUW.nd e.tra I.,... 138 W. Call 8t,' Give DWI :. Does the Charley E.

St&rke. n a. 82091 Agency have that
:: w Nylon P. J'si I
: {Continued Travel Acci $250 SIZES
Second
- / Handbags$277AND467 olaaa postage paM and Baggage Policy *
at Starke. Fla..
\ Nov. 3, however.In covers sickness, in 3240STUM
: Subscription Rat*:
(t.lz ,F ;, other or death of the trav I '

::. In trade area; If.DO per man Lloyd and theft or damage I -
5 ff jllt4 \ i our r*.. $2." a $..9' year: 13.25 six months. was fined l&o : >
- silo. f>wr $3.f9 cense reVOked personal belongings'llCharley DEPARTMENTSTORE !

5 1. IOOH nyain trice* quality Choose from dressy and Outside trade area: $4BOp drunken driving P
w at a uarsnteed for 1 yeer.Expertly casuals" in many smart newstylse E. John S
S. wand web taper.aa lionuin. leathersam r ;year; $2.50 six month&E. liam Oaths and
_. % ; t 6" ) pass, piping trim and ) eesy'cere and.pr.cti.,. I liam. ':McRae Agency .
- ._ t pocket Choice of colors eel slways gift.ntlcome L. Matthews. editor and each for
- Uea J2-4O. publisher 'I 131 S. Walnut St. -
While most of j PHONE 964-5070 139 E. .CALL.ST.. elev.
entered .
nlaeths..rrltiw were PHONE 961-5423






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!lDAY, NOV. 2
1967
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: 8TARKK.! FLORIDA:
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Gateway Council JAI JAII I'[Birthday Party I I '!Junior MYF BAND CAKE SALEA Parents were asked by band

Host To SponsorsThe ;. f.'ti. 'For Mr. Leach Has Snack cake sale will mark the director Virgil Lovett to

i..... 'C ,iii ",. L- Supper BHS bands' largest fundraising contribute the cakes.

s Gateway Girl) Scout: ,,) ;t 'II James Leach celebrated hi. I The Junior MYF had asI eject this eemester Proceeds will go to help
Council was host .at a lunch- f' 41st birthday anniversary Sun- Band students wlU
I guest speaker Sunday night be takIng pay for uniforms and will
eon In the Pecan Room of the I day when Mrs. Paul Starling U William Dumpier of the house to house orders / help finance trips} on which

Garden Restaurant Monday ..' Mi s Sandra Leach, and Miss Special Forces Reserve Un.t for cakes until November 1.// the band will !go this year.
for the Bradford County i Anita Leach a for
GLADYS MOOTY gave party I I who spoke on Christian Responsibilities -
of the local Girl 'I '
sponsors him between
the hours of 4:30: in the Nuclear
Phone 964-7608 Scout troops. ,I' and 6 p.m.Among 1 : ; I II 1"II'i'! ''! i-_-= --= _- _,
Attending from Jackson. I Age.Seventeen
those attending were members of the
Casey Will Speak villa were Mrs Chance Adding the families of J. B. Crawford group enjoyed the talk and II If It's
first of the
vIce-presIdent James Crawford, Leslie t
snack supper ptecedng:
At Woman's ClubTom Council\ and Mrs Elsie Smith GrIffis, Paul Starling, George ,
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field representative. Guests 1 Lewis Lester Leach, Cecil' I II A Friendly
Casey, Superintendentof {from Starke were: Muss Delia. Leach, Cecil Leach Jr., and School and Is employed with
Public Instruction, will Rosenberg, representing the Mrs. Laura Leach.Retreshments the State Road Department In j Cup
talk on The Educational Crisis Starke Woman's Club, spon- were enjoyed Gainesville.
In Florida Today at the sors of the Senior Girl Scouts;I during the party hours. I Wedding plans have been I Of Coffee !
Starke Woman's Cluo Wed- Mrs. Curtis Edwards of the Janice Mott I made for December 2 at 7:30: JP'ii/
nesday, Nov. 8. at 3:30.: Junior Woman's Cluo. 'pm In the Brooker Baptist i
Hostesses will be: Mrs. Loy- aura of the Junior Girl ; Junior Club Board To Wed Mr. Jackson Church with a reception following -
ree Cocomise, chairman; Mrs.J. {r Mrs. James. Bloodworm,spon-I Meets ThursdayThe in the Brooker Com- Or A Delicious Shrimp Dinner
A. Griffin Mrs. Eugene sident of Beta Sigma Mr. and Mrs. Howard n'l munity Center.
Long Mrs. W. E. Dowllng. orlty, sponsors of the Brownie 1, executive board of the Mott of Brooker announce All friends and relatives of meet your friends at the COZYTORENA
:Mrs Venner Spiers, Mrs L. O troop; Rev. and Mrs. V J. ConklinThompsonEngagement Junior Woman's Club will meet engagement and approaching' I the couple are Invited to attend
Hazen, Mrs. S. I* Peek Jr. Ragsdales. Methodist Church Told tonight (Thursday) at 8 o'- marriage of Their daughter j RESTAURANTU.
Mrs. A. E. McKinney, Mrs. sponsor of meeting; place for clock at the home of Mrs. Janice, to Sam Keen, Jackson
B Searing, Mrs. Willie the two groups; Mrs. Richard I Mrs. Lola C. Lyon announces Curtis Edwards. son of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Recent Birth 1 S. 301 NQrtTII\ STARKE, FLA.
Denton Mrs. L, J. Green E'I Richards, of st. Edward'. the engagement! o( Miss The regular club meetingwill Jackson, of Lake City. j 1I
Mrs. E M Davis. Catholic Church sponsor of Joyce ConkLIn to Donald R. be held Monday night? at Mine Mott Is a graduate of I
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Pace,'
of the CaUet Troop. Also repre- Thompson' son of Mr. and 8 with a program on. Game Bradford High School and Is, BREAKFAST DINNER I
Dessert BridgeAt ; sented were Mrs. Harold God- Mrs. W. B. Thompson Jr. of CoriserV'a tlon. 'Hostesses for the employed with the Florida" Starke, a. son, Eric Duane, 6:30: 9:30: A.M. 5:00: 10:00 P.M.
born Memorial
Oct. 28 in Baptist -
Barnes-Green win, member of the Recreation Starke. I evening will be Mrs. Bill! Dodd, Farm Bureau Insurance Co. In'' I
Hospital
Pickerings 'Wedding Date Set Department Boird: ; Mrs. !Miss COnklin Is a graduate chairman, Mrs. Leroy Norman Gainesville Mr. Jackson grad '-
Pat Spengler. of the Board of of Bradford High School I Jr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson. uated from Union County High A Classified Ad hi the TELE-I=jgqRtPII rw
MM. Gladys Hatcher and Dr and Mrs. John Evan Directors Gateway Council Class of 1964 and is employed brine rw.lt
Mr. 1* N. Pickering entertained and Mrs. T L. -
Barnes, Jr., of Hattlesburg Casey. !! at the Vocational Rehabilitation Starke Elementary
at a dessert-bridge Mrs. Smith thanked the Clinic in Gainesville.She .
party last Thursday night at Miss ment of announce their daughter the engage, Fran group for the help each organization has made her home with PTA To MeetThe
the home of the latter. ces Marilyn, to John William had given Olrl Mrs. Lyon for the past two
A Halloween motif was car- Green son of Mr. and Mrs Scouts in Bradford County years. Starke Elementary PTA
ried out in the party decora- Allen Leslie Oreen, Jr., ot over the last five years. Mr. Thompson is a graduate will meet at 7:30 1: p. m. Tuesday -
tions with arrangements of Brooker. of Bradford County High in the Cafetorlum and 1

bronze chrysanthemums and Miss Barnes Is a graduate Halloween PartyIs School Class of 1964; St.:' all parents and members are
pumpkIn. of Hattiesburg High School John's River Junior Collega: urged to attend.
After several progressions and received a B. S. degree Given By June of 1966 and ta now a Charles Francis, principal
of bridge at' the three tables, from Mississippi College in Adult Glasses Senior at the University of will talk on The Explanationof
prizes were awarded. Clinton Miss, where she was Florida in Gainesville. Accreditation for Elementary .
secretary of the Student Body The Adult Classes of the Plans for the wedding! will Schools.
Association. She wasIce First Christian Church gave a be announced at a layer data.

president of the Klsslmee Halloween party for the congregation Recent Births
[cUiFUEL Social Club and was namedto In their Fellowship Madison Street
Who's Who Among Stu- Hall last Saturday nijht Bradford County Hospital
dents in American Collegesand The hall was decorated in Baptist Party announces the following
Universities. She is now the Halloween theme with I births:
teaching at Coleman Elementary black and orange crepe pope. The junior department of Mr. and Mrs. Robert George
the Madison
BILLS Street Baptist
School in Memphis, streamers across the ceiling Dawkins, Starke, a son! Jos-
Church had Halloween
Tenn. and pumpkins) and) black cats a eph Alton, Oct. 27.
(Mr Green gravated Iron: placed at Intervals. The refreshment party Monday night at the Mr and Mrs. Jack Edward
/ Bradford County Hlgi; School table was covered David Lawson home on Eaves, Starke, a daughter

[upto50/ the and holds University a B. S. of degree Florida from with centered a Halloween with a ,large cloth pum.and- Brownlee Forty-thiee road. children en- Jacquelyn Elaine, Oct. 29. THUR., FRI., SAT., SUN. --- NOV., 2 THRU NOV. 5

joyed relay games, apple bob-.
'
where he served as presideniof kin
the campus chapter of the Moot of the 60 guests at- bing, spook house and re Eastern OilRobbery : Open 8:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.
American Institute of Chemical tending were gayly costumed\ freshments. Costume prizes,. ReportedA
Engineers. He Is employedby in Halloween attire and en- were won by Gerald Wllliaim I.
the Buckeye Cellulose Corporation joyed Halloween games duringthe Jr., Randy Williams end Ed-. robbery and reported theft I 510 N. FIRST ST. LAKE CITY, FLA. ;
In Memphis. evening. die Blalock. of $737 from the Eastern Oil .
Miss Barnes is the granddaughter Mr and Mrs. A A. Pratt.1 Station on Brownlee Street I 3 Blocks North of City ]Hall on the Four Lane !I.
of Mrs. James Allen assisted the Lawson with Sunday morning, Oct. 21, launder ,
Stallworth of Beatrice. Ala Candy Stripers games and refreshments j I investigation toy the at the Foot, of the Overpass! on U. S. IIi way 41 ]'T .

.r and the late Mr. Stallworth! Plan Holiday Starke Police Department. ,

and the late Dr. and Mrs. ActivitiesThe District VFW Meet Station Manager Bill Alva- .,.. ,. .
John Evans Barnes, Sr., of Set rez reported he was hit in the .. .
Sunday Nov. 5
Mobile, Ala. met back of the head by an assailant : '
Candy Stripers ;...;
Mr. Green Is the grandson The who: slipped up behind him, u
Tuesday at the Bradford County District 6 VFW dinner
of the late and Mra. A. L. ..
Mr. Hospital and discussed is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. Chief Bobby Bigga'said.It ,1 .
Green and the late Mr. and ,
is the fourth such robbery
5.
plans for making stockings, from noon until 1 pm. at
Mrs. John C. Cone'>,,all of aprons.. and Christmas decorations the ,Civil Defense, Building at which has been reported at "
Brooker for sale. A bake sale Was the Fairgrounds, according 'to the station, Biggs said ,,
The wedding' Is for
planned <
held last Saturday Rev. Walter' H. Lee district
December 22 at; the Main
The Candy Stripers have chaplain.
Street Baptist Church in
also requested the parents and All VFW" members! wives pUshed soon. .
with the all new Kattiesburg. wives of all servicemen serving and members of the Ladles Homer Satterfield, airport

in Vietnam to call Elaine VFW Auxiliary are Invited. manager, was asslafud (Iby mem- ]3DH'.ftsH.ZAt. .:.
:
FUEL SAVING BPW Club Honors Foster at 964-6688, Wanda There will be a $1 charge for bers of the Keystone Aircraft ;

OYear. Prevatt at 964-5436 or Mrs. .the Kentucky Fried Chicken Owners and Pilots Association,
'Woman
I
David Penoyer af 964-6947 and dinner J. D. (Bo) Henderson, and W. ,
With DinnerThe give them the addresses and District meetings of both A. (Wally) Fordyce. The meet : M BIlElolJilil,
names so the Candy Striperscan groups are set for 2 p.m. Sun- was such a success and the I
.
Starke BPW Club's send a Christmas packageto day. The men will meet at I interest so great that?' the Keystone -

"Woman of The Year" dinner, each serviceman. These I Baldwin ChevroletOldsmoblleand Aircraft Owners and ..
honoring Mrs. Loyree Coco- packages must be mailed by the Ladles Auxiliary! at: Pilots Association is planninga I ,

miss, was held Thursday eve- November 11. Building: breakfast fly-in and golf theWORLD'S
ning:, Oct. 26. at the Garden ;; tournament later on in the fall,i tp j v?

9 1 Doyle Restaurant presiding.with Mrs. Mildred Class Of '1937 In Held I which owners should and pilots attract from all aircraft over,'

that now gives you The honor guest was pre- Has ReunionAt At Keystone tha statfe.

sented with a corsage, a Wo- HomecomingThe x ;
SUPER FLOOR HEATsee man of the Year charm to be Recent Birth: .
Air
attached to her BPW pin anda BHS class of '37 held For ShowThe :
it now! framed Achievement Award a reunion Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Pace
.
for her outstanding ability and a dinner party at 301 Restaurant Keystone Airport and announce. the birth cxf a lIOn,
DENMARK service to the community, preceding the HomecomIng the city officials were host Eric Duane, on Saturday, Oct. !
I state, and nation. football' game. last Sunday to a large number 28, In Baptist Memorial Hos ;
The program chairman, Mrs Among ,the 31 attending, of visiting aircraft Owners pital In Jacksonvlle. LARGEST : ,
FURNITURE Evelyn Haney presented a there were 16 clans" members. and pilots from all over Florida : :
"Thinking Game" with prizes" Those from out of town were and South Georgia. NOTICE
CO. going to Mrs. Leila Mundy and 'Mr. and Mra. Artford Brownof The main event was the arv .
Mrs. Dorothy Milberger. Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. nual show of the Experimental STARLING. I will not be
434 W. Call Street I Miss Delia Rosenberg and Chester Moody of Keysfon' and Home.bullt Aircraft Association responsible for debfa Incurredby :
Miss Made Middleton were in Heights Mrs. Alberta Hodge Over 500 spectators: anyone other 'than: JJU"8elf.SIdney .
Phone 961-5827 charge of dinner arrangements of Alcolu, S. C., Mrs. Marie viewed with much interest the -- Starling, Eox 48, MOBilE
1 I Mrs. Bertie Olson gave the in- Hlnooa) Self of Fort Pierce, contest between these very State Farm Raiford, Fla. .
L' .- .Jj vocation. Mr. and Mr*. Hal Alexanderand mall, fast aircraft, each of 2tp-2-9
Mrs. Vincent Bazar of which was either comDletelv Y yP
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Delores I built or modified by Its owner NOTICETO

-, .. yo" '. /Conner of Raiford. pilot. The show started around ALL CREDITORSI .. 'J
The class members had their 11:30: and lasted until after 3 r
"
_-"; -, ';J \" pictures taken In a group and am not responsible for
DEALER
'. the whole party sat in a reserved p.m.The following were trophy any bills made or signed by HOME
"' MAIM \ .. section at the stadium winners: anyone not bearing my own
/ for the game. Best Homebullt.a'Taylor personal signature.
I .'
PLAN 1 ,rfl{ monoplane built by Lynn Wag Robert G. Carlton
,j Mrs. Redgrave ner of Fort Myers. 2tp 11-2:

;J:i CHECK; j 'Honored On Smith Second mini-plane place trophy, built-and a .... NEW LINE OF MOBILE HOMES ::

.
90th BirthdayMrs. hewn iby John Dollard of Or-
".: WitJ'S'lld'fP'Ovetf I lando.
: Third place a Ranch hand
Minnie Redgrave cele: ?I
; brated her 90th birthday bl-plane, built and flown by :YSportscraft ''Frontier Lamplighter *Shelby
.' Tuesday afternoon when her Alan Wolf of Orlando. .

;; ....., ... . daughter, Mrs. W, E. Torode, Some of the other cont'e t- x Family First Commodore (MarriottDiscount
entertained at a party for her ants wero Bob Gilbert of Jacksonville :
at the Torode home on W. with a Knight-twister;
Save Time and Money, Call/: Madison Street.Twentyfive Billy Wiggins with a Wiggins
friends: of Mr. Meadowilard Floyd Lynn on'every Mobile Home
!Brown Jr. of Jacksonville with ,
Redgrave called during the
afternoon to have cake, coffee a clip-wing Taylorcraft: Bob This is who This is who $400 sold' during our
and ice cream with her. ('he Link of Gainesville with an
4 BILL POWELLPHONE
large white iced cake decorated antique cub; W T. Webb of to see for a to see for Grand Opening

with pink florets was 'Homerville, Go. with, an an- good deal the same

964-6461 topped with 90 candles. tique cub. on auto good deal

$ w Mrs. Redgrave was presented A cook-out by the visiting insurance. life and
R'I on PLUS-AM Radio FREE \With Home Purchased
with many lovely flower pilots, assisted !by the local Every I
401 W. Madison Street homeownersinsurance.
arrangements on the occasion) people, provided lunch under a
which were used as party tent furnished by DeWitt C. .
Starke Fla. I decorations. Jones. The flyers were Impressed -
I by the size of the air- .- COLOR TV GIVEN AWAY
STORY HOUR port and its facilities, and were See Mm nowlMERRITT (Register During Opening)
I AT TUB LIBRARY very complimentary in most

Instances. However, some of (Saturday &' Sunday)
i "Autumn Harvest will be the pilots complained about WILLIAMSfnsAIM alll1 FREE HOT DOGS & COKE t.
the theme for Story Hour at 1 loose gravel on the runways
e the Public Library this afternoon which caused some damage to 117 N. -8...

(Thursday) from 3:30: to their small plane propellers. WalnutPh. ..
I .4:13.: All children ages 8 If' Is understood that the city 964.5391 '"' 'ac' See / John DeasTIWR
through 9, are invited. Mrs. ,of Keystone has the funds' -- Emory Phillips or --
i ".II..,, will !be the make the STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
Andrews
110.11..10.." !! f{Vlul1 Inuirine Company.Natlonwld' Muluil. Fire. ln.ur.nc* Company Shirley necessary to// Home Offices: Bloomington Illinois
.
I. Imurinc* Company horn oHicti{ Columbui. OhioY storyteller. j ji and this should fee .
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Merchants DelightedWith


ILLEGALFor

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Any Person or Persons to Engage in Enforcement



Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless twohourparking
Call Street Merchants are delighted with results of enforcement r of the .

limit and say business has shown a definite Improvement now that shoppers
The Name Is Registered

can find a place to park, on "the main drag."


Read d This Florida Law
Roscoe Bulllngton, chairman of the Retail Merchants Division expressed appreciation

-- S t tr and other members of the force for
"It shall be unlawful for any person or persona, u defined .k.rla, t.* to Chief of Police Bobby Biggs

:. engage In business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein ... their efficient work In enforcing the ordinance.

= fined. without and unless Raid fictitious name shall be registered. with theM

lerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place .f bnateeagK r ,.i Here are 'some of the sentiments expressed by other merchants:

= witk registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an afftiartt [ "' t r 'tfl J'ti3

= signed by all interested persons' !!, stating: under oath the Dame of tell us what
wonderful. We have had many customers
It ba' Mrs Leila Mundy: "It's
= all thane interested In the business enterprise, the extent of the InlereRl .-J

= of each, and the fictitious name under: which said! business la carried a pleasure It Is to ,be able to park on Call Street again.

= on. Said registration may not*be made until the person or persons desiring

= to engage in business!' under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or Mrs. M. L. Proctor (Starke Hardware): "We used. to ''hear a'lot 'of complaintsabout

= their fntenlion! to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four "
no parking.' But the >situation'jeema corrected now. "
= ((4)) consecutive weeks'! In some newspaper as defined by law In the county

where said registration t Is to be made and paid registration JIhaD not .be rh "
::. J \ "Customers can find /a place to park now, and that's good.'
Lillian :
"accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except: : upon receiving: proof ., Miss Stump

= neb publication.

-r /1' Clyde Priest: "If been a big help. We've had lots of favorable comment from


g If you are engaged in business under any name tl+ ''M/d r f l lI b customers."

I

other than your own, and have not had this name 9/ Ray Stone (Eaglee"It): has !been. a lifo.'saver. I Just hope they will keep on


H y,11 ',ti R, (' *' enforcing it."

properly advertised and registered we will beg sIn
lots happier-now, because(:
'Mrs. James Williams (Cohen's): "Customers are

glad to give you all necessary Information as to they can find a place: to park." I

r

what should do.BRADFORD ... set forth In T. A. YAWN County Attorney. .
you The Clrmlt Court or' 'T6e I' NOT1C13 OF III3A11INO one of the Judges of the. Circuit You and each oC you ahereby uses nnd purposes herein. Bradford County CourthouseNtarke ,
I'Ilochth] Juillrlnl Circuit. In Notice Of Eminent Domain Court of the Eighth Judicial commanded to appfirby the Petition. filed Hand and the Florida, and
And For flrndfortl County.I Proceeding filing an Answer to the I Witness my '
I : Circuit In and for Bradford on this 19 RONALD E. LKRlluydon
Klorlcla.8TATK. In Tim+ Name And By The County, Florida on the Petition heretofore filed in Seal of this Court Burn. HullillnsTfillahasHae. /
...... 118.' Authority Of The Stale of '17 day of November A. D. 1967, thin cause in the entitled day of Oct A. D. 1067.SEAL FloridaOf
ROAD DPIPART-: Florida.Tl at 10:00: o'clock A. M., In the Court on or" before Nov.8.. ( ) Counsel For the Petltlo.1' ,,-
= MINT OF FUMtinA. an 1 > AID WHOM: IT MAY Bradford County Courthouseat 1961, to show what right title, Charles A. Darby ..
Agency of the. State of Florida. CONCERN and to .all persona Hturke. Florida. All partiesto Interest or lien you, or any of CI..rOf\ The circuit Cnurt Tn 10/28 4t 11/U
Mr and and parties claiming or having the suit and all parties Interested you have In and to the prop And Fur Bradford County.I
BRADFORD COUNTY a Poiltlcal any right, title interest, may appear and be erty described In said Petition Florida. Book
TELEGRAPH Hubdlvlslon of the Stateof estate, mortgage, or other lien. heard a the time. and place and show cause why the name By Beulah M Moody Deputy Adjustable Vinyl
.COUNTY Florida. Petitioners, 'iv. to or on those certain parcels, designated. should not be taken for the(( Clerk Covers. All >In* 39 cents ea.
CLAY KLiHCTRlC! COOPER. of land hereinafter deMurlbud.and .
AT1VE INC.. et a\, Defenil8UMMON3 the following persona, together --
anU. with all unknown persons -
TO SHOW CAUSE! rlahnlnur by thrautrh or
. AND under, known persona who are
dead ..or, whoare' not known Jackson Building Supply OF STARKE
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'. ,, "i: tf i! '::'\)!! "' f1 4t"if.": to Continental he"drtad1.or Oil alive Company: 1 ,
co J. J" Jergan; I

JO Rockefeller York, New PlalaNew York 1 BEHIND BIG DAD CO. PHONE 96<1.6078
,ge1'Tto1.. : 150M.-Sn01' ] l'I'r'T"' :
IIU.lll ]itll.: / n..u..NI. C0l.\-;

f TV!II Mlll itnH iowrnii"rio\s>NO.': of*I0e.1">WAY' I 1, 7h
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ALE1 That part of: I Cash SPECIAlS

MAYTAG $ 20 17.SW Lying!1 IJast Townxhlp<4 of wrest NW'4 T o-f South nf and Sootlon!wIthin Range' '


80 Coat of the survey ,,11ns,i iof 4 -

201111-2(01 I /state ROB said. I 8235.mirvey Hoctlon line ., u ,. 'F 0.. .


3 DAYS ONLY --- THURS., FRI., AND SAT. Section Range being" IiPirln dowrit 20*7 on, Township the East as north.at follows 7 a, line south,.point of I, CULUERT' : :PIPE : LUMDER 1 ':ELECTRICAL, 1 1I :

1I3V.6: foot easterly from the
NW corner of said Suction IT i I ,
Just Arrived Solid Carload of Brand New Maytag Washers, Dryers and run then,'" 8. 01 d Kraes Bfl "

Wringer Washers. feet minutes to. the'34 seconds beginning K.: 1056.63 of al I I "N1 W" Southern Yellow Pine '12-2 with Ground
curve ooncav to the easterly
havintr a radius. of 11,459.16'' 18" STATE ROAD Treated Pine Wire
tho southeasterly'aluns
feet run nee
BUY THE BEST BUY MAYTAG SAI4. curve through a Fir CedarSPECIAL
--- total. ceutral. angle/ of 6 degrees SPECIFICATIONGALVANIZED -
07 nilnuten 30 seconds'a $$1798
I distance of 1235.00 feat. to ANDCORRUGATED
the end of said curve, run
FACTORY thence 8.: 08 .degrees, 04 minutes ((250'Roll)
04' seconds R. 01.02 feet *
to-th end "f said. survey line. 8 Cedar Studs Complete Wire and
Containing' 0.115. acres more
AUTHORIZED.SALE .or less c lIa'n existing: $3 I. 5' Per Foot EACH
road rlirTvt "f way. 69 Accessory Stock
owned *>v: A. V. Mc'DavId .
and MUldred Mc-Oavld. hi.

wl fe. ,
Subject! To: Unrecorded Option _0 '
to purchase held by Continental -

sale"riot: Oil Co.!IH'HIfI-atlOI' : 'MTAT..l' PLASTIC PIPE Pftift*' .1tN'; : f Jf Ittff, ) $
FOAO tan.: nil \I>KOI. II (;OL >- : .
'I'" ILt'all"1'I'i5sue. : '
::010. iMm.t nonnnwr PIT ]00'-- ROLLS .
I Knrrow IMt No. I Left Of

2 anti Speed Spin Wash ? Station That tart 11 0I'of:00.09 1Z2" -. -. -. $2.223Z4"
s; 5 Snctlnn K, B- ,'G'DISCOUNTS
HW'4! of NK'4
Township 7 South. Range 20 -. $3.33 Itg ,- >B.LE:>
WaNt dftsi-rllioil as follows:
: lint FillerS
Commence on the south line 1"' -. .. ? $5.75
Load Levels t of Hortlon 8. lr'>wn hlp 1 INTERIOREXTERIOR
3 Wash Temp '' eri South. flange 20 East at a AI.f SIZES '

Large Capacity point the 13\11.88 HW: corner feet." easterlyfrom of .said AND PVA LATEX
Section 8, run thence N. 01 .degrees I
84 seconds. ri'JG'i.KED'SPECIAL'
' 66 minutes
BUY 7116 PAIR W. 493.1), I feet run thence, .N. Wide R nge of Colors
0 degrees/ 24 minutes 21 seconds -
P ANDS AYE MORE B. T23.AO feet, run, thence Ji.
..
N. 1 degree 02 minutes 09 s uonda -
a W 1248.55 feet run then. i )FING.
N. (ft degree 61 minutes 611 ) Manufacturers
seconds K! Tl feet. to the Pointof .
beginning of Borrow Pit
No. 1, run thence N. 1 digress List .. .. .. $4.95
07 minutes fl'J swonds W. 3UO' Johns .> Manville
feet, run. thence N. 88 degrees

BUY NOW AND SAVE No Waiting No Delay In Stock 53 feet minute run thence. '8t seconds N. 1. degree 91. T4. First Quality
-- 07 minutes 09 seconds W.. 200)), GAL.toN
feet run thence N. 'Idegrees/ 235 'lb. :Shingles
52 minutes, 51 seconds T.:. 400,
feet, run thenoe. 8. 1 degree/ ,
01 minutes 09 seconds E. $00 nEG.S,$3 0
'24 New Maytag Wash a GREAT NEW MAYTAG WARRANTY feet, run thence H. a* degrees, .
52 minutes. 51 seconds" W. 4T5' '
feet to the Point of BejrlnnlTig< NOW
ers and Dryers purchased 5 ,2 5 of A Borrow parcel Pit of the N.... above I, ALSO do-: $7P59Square CHECK WITH US FOR ALL YOUR
LOW: 'PRIC'E ON FELT
a scrlhed parent tract for Pork,,
for, this sale. All VI'I! Complete- Years on' Com"......: Year" Automatic row Lying Pit Haul northerly Road of and II 90 LB. HOOFING BUILDING NEEDS AND SAVE MONEYIijh1

Tran..mL..lon. As- J\utom"tlo Whel' 'aHht'lr' or Dryer within 4ft feet of a haul I road I ,
to be sold at Special m+mbly of Autoor Dryer. Cabinet Warranty, lows survey: line described as fol-'',
matle "'_her, Against RUIlt. Benin at the 8W corner bf' !

Prices! Guaranteed Savings above Borrow, run Pit No thenca 1, as M described 88 d... Lartjcst Stock< in Bradford County *
Free of defective cabinet If It ruatll. { ,
repair ot' xchlmge parts or ..1'.... 12 minutes, 51 seconds
all models. Free In..talJatlon of parts 1. the reapomiblltty .of .lIn.r'. fran' W Tl feet to the end ,of said < -
on haul road survey line -
tydwrl. dealer within first year, thereafter tallation I I.* e tra. Containing 5.154 acres moreor

road]lens right., exclusive of way.of sxlstlnc SPECIAL -- STAINLESS STEEL SINK (SELF-RIMMING)
t Owned By: A. F. McDavId'
and Mlldrkd McDavId his .wife.
No Payments 'Til Next YearWe I Subject to purchase To: Unrecorded held by Con-Ot-*1 1tlon With 2" Basket. Strainer

tlnental. Oil Company. S" Faucets with Spray *
I',I' TLBA8K TAKE NOTrCK' COMMODES Galvanized Pipe
that Declaration of Taklnchas ReI
a
Do Our Own been filed\ In the ah"" .. *
Financing Iron
.tyled reuse by tlie' Petitioner TUBS, Copper Cast
the acqutrlnir' authority ]of
these proceedlntrs for the NOW $$3995
$49.95 *
taking of the property deprlbrd LAVATORIES All Fittings
WINKLER INC h.' Petition() for the .
ELECTRIC purposes ntt':. ,, described.' -
to wit, as right of way for a,

234 N. Temple Are. Phone 961-7596' portion Bradford; of County State, Road Florida 935. ,and I In
that the Patltleners! will ap- JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYIIIF.CTION
ply for an Order of Taking, J Jf
and such other Ore''r.' .. the
m1I \ Court deems| |>r.>pcv, beforethe .
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THURSDAY NOV ?, 19/7/! ftltAnVOUD roUNTV TIt.EGRAPn.: STARKB.! FTOniPA' ( SECTION 1 PAGE'
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\Rep. Gene Shaw Member Of police cars sold the City of unanimously by the Council. I I several businesses Is metered i Conservation
CommitteeTo Game Time 8 I Starke at a special council In another matter at the through one line owned by the
p.m. meeting Tuesday afternoon. special session Clerk Merrill ow ier. of s.. building; for example Forester > SpeaksAt
At Fernandma! The cars will be Ford four- Edwards told the Council a the sewer service chargefor
i
door sedans. Each bidder listed policy needs to be made to that person will greatly In,I Rotary
Study Local
: Government Efficiency Game time for the Tornadoes prices for one and two cars, charge water and sewer custo- crease I Jeet Rowell, conservation
'at Fernanuinn" Bench with trade-Ins of the city's mers who draw from common No action was taken how forester with International
I tomorrow night Friday, 1967 Chevrolet': Funds for lines. In one cage Edward ever. The Council instructed'I
District 19 Rep Eugene ed emotional. appeals" but I the' "''ctmunfttee will study Jacksoni.ttle, ,believes!' that the I Now. 2. In 8 p. m., Coaoh only one car, 91,200, had been said, the sewer service charge I Edwards to continue billing ...1 I Paper, Co., Panama speaker City Division at-
guest
jKiiiw of Btarke has !been must gather: "cold hard! facts"to municipal! government as wel! 1909 L-KlsIature will probablylook David Ilurse announced (budgeted but the Council on a multiple unit went up he has been and 'let the ten was, Club Wedresday.
the
named to a special Interim show why county lines r as local. more toward rearranging: thin week. dipped Into its contingency from $2 to $28 when the Council ants of buildings affected work Rotary the .
the
leflslatJIe'comm1ttee to study should not be altered, services A*. Shaw sees it the committee j-unty, lines rather' than consolidation -! Other (tames this year fund for enough to purchase changed its system of billngr out an arrangement! among of describing the wood dealer importance to the :
pa-
local government efficiency combined, or even. consolidated will take a candid look S'ade, a Bradford I have been itartlnip at 7:30 the second. < sewer service charges last themselves.
which will hold its first per Industry.
meeting to see if some counties are native, has the Jackson- ;month.
tcJUi at the request of local dally I Mayor Carl Hurst had argued Mr. Rawell: said that eaoiperson
Nov. 17-19 at :
a BnfIal'dCounty !' But Shaw thinks the com- getting' a free ride from the vile Tunes-Union, In
he believe newspapers which needed before the budget was an ordinance adopted
in the U. S.
I
uses approximately -
legislative' weekend. mIttee, even its urban members state. The committee will mergers of some small coun-, more time to'jet fuller coverage adopted that it would be cheaper two weeks ago, sewer ..service I THat BIGHT: rUINT for ih. 500 pounds ofpaper
The data U not certain, will be" stow' td" recommend stUdY''a county's tax-payin6: ties is Inevitable only for I I en high school football in the long run to purchasetwo j' charges were increased from the war: :rOil write Corns; In or products each
since paper
however Gov. Claude
the consolidation of ability and its economic: an: economic reasons, but he lames for their edi new cars. $1.5O per month to 80 per cent and select :your favorite ES. He illustrated his talk
Kirk baa'not year.
yet appointed counties without good reason. social structure to determine doesn't think the 1939 Legislature ( tions. of a customer's water bill. ) TERBROOK fonuUIn pen.
his five members to the Bids entered were: Noegel, with a film "Mr.. Wand Deal'er. .
IS But the Bradford legislator at this,..lie said. As Shaw sees it. will be Inclined to ao-I Coach Hume\ said however TELEGRAPH. "
panel. one car, $998, two cars, $1,996; In a casa where water foij .
man the same time says the com- the real answer to whether a ollsh a county against its will.I that came* at Fer .
Many" legislators think the mittee will have far reaching: :county can Jusltfy Its exist- nandlna Baldwin Chevrole.-Oldmnoblte. .
Beach
He begin at 8
suggests logical first
a :
will show that one car, $1,170 two cars, $2-
study consolidation
effects enc ,,is nat: In the amount of .'I I p. m.Noegel.
"tea would be countv.lined
to alter
:
of some small counties "Nothing "ha'' the coming tfe- i its ml'Jage but the effort th I 340; Terwillegar Ford Motors,
Is InevltstMe. to more intelligently one car. $1,239, two cars, $2-1
But Shaw representing bade or in the past two ""decad county' is 'putting forth
six small counties es will affect us as drasticallyas The Bradford native says join and areas socal of characteristics.Other similar economic. Enters : 349, and Starke Chrysler-Ply-I IMPORTANT NOTICE
says he hopes the study wll!! this study.. Shaw states he would rather see services mouth, one car $1,150: two''I
Justify the existence of small emphatically, within counties combined:) to senators, on the committee Low Bid On cars, 2300. I I
counties, such as Bra/.iford./ A study'such as this one Improve'' the efficiency:, of gov are Democrats Ray Councilman Jimmy McRae's',
TO TilE
The Bradford, legislator has been> neded for some time, ernment rather than counties Ktiorke< of Tampa, BUI Ohm- motion to 'accept Noegel's low I
says. however that with the Shaw says' He thinks many combined or boundaries! alter ter of Orlando L. K. Edwardsof 2 Police CarsNoegel's i ii i l bid, If ft meets specifications, | ,
present urban' o.-ltnted Irvine, and Robert i i seconded ''
; legislature places my be found where Shevinj I was by Councilman'
the small counties can governmental efficiency! can ed.One urban legislator. on the of Miami. Auto Sales was low, Nell Tucker and approved
no longer &'eby with "shout .be ImprovediuBub Shaw jays eom ;.tttea.8an. Tom Slade of House! Spaker Ralph Tur-l j l bidder at .$1,996 on two new ''J I I Tax Payers Of Bradford County
llngton of Gainesville named

,. I himself to the committee
I along with Democrat Reps. lit.IOW' ,, IS PRINTFD PART OF
Photography Jess! Yarbrough of Miami AEVIVAL The Bradford County TaxPayers
THE MILLAGE BALLOT TO BE
Paul Danahy of Tampa, ani
Association!;
ItecomVOTED
BullingtonCAMERAS ON NEXT TUESDAY
Republican Rep.< Charles Davis :
mend :3 I Mills, which is pres-
TELEPHONE 961.7271 of Vero Beach, and Shaw
ently the assessed Milluge, instead -
Shaw the tact that Fund
says A. District No. 1 Current :
of the 6 Mills
Turlington' appointed himselfto
PINE VALLEY
the committee Is .an Indication ._- Estimated! millajre levy required for
JEWELRY GIFTS of Ite Importance in OUR RECOMMENDATION regular term:
the minds of the Legislature.The .
CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS
FOR YOUR PROTECTION: IS
drive for consolidation THAT YOU LEAVE' A. No. 1 1. 6 mills!!
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POLAROID MOVIE\ LARGE SELECTION HALLMARK CARDSINSTAMATIC of s-arsHy populate"::I counties
began!!( this year when. reap- BLANK, AND WRITE IN UNDER -
DIAMONDS NORITAKE CHINA portlonment gave control of,.. CHURCH A. 2 2. Other millage levy
TAPE RECORDERS WATCHES the Legislature to urban areas.,'z
COSTUME JEWELRY FENTON ART GLASS[ Although: '! all It takes tlF':J :3/j! Miles' North of Starke on 301
3 MILLS ---------------------- ------
We Rent EARRINGS CHARMSMEN'S BIBLES[ BILLFOLDS abolish or Croats a county Ii 1 X
a simple act. of the legislature -
PICTURE FRAMING II. District: No. 1 Building and
JEWELRY there are several stumbling -
TAPE i blocks Including hometown STARTING NOVEMBER 12 Bus Reserve Fund:

local l officials who
pride
RECORDERSPROJECTORS Ask How You Can Save are comfortaible In their pub ALSO UNDER B. !No 2 WRITE Estimated millage levy required for
Y
20% DISCOUNT ON YOUR bonded lic offices Indebtedness.and outstanding It will Sister Dorothy Church IN regular term:

no doubt be difficult: to obtain -

CAMERAS CHRISTMAS GIFTS acceptance of consolidation 1. 1 mill ________________ ______
in the areas effected. EVANGELISTEVERYONE o MILL X

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Brooker to the Scout Hole of Homer ,and Barney Brln- were weekend! guests of Mr. MADE BY ANYOIMK OTIIKR!: I TilE RIGHT POINT for the Adjustable Vinyl Bom

I Hearings Set Bridge In Bradford County. In son. and Mrs.. K. W. Lee 'and THAN. W.MYSELF.uolm... tOfU Slftned alp: 11/U HS<1Jeun. HAMMOND the way :you write. Come In Covers All Sizes 30 cents ea.

Union County. It will run from I Mrs R. ),%. Hersey Sr. and family'of"' 'Bneu'. ORGAN STUDIOFactory and select :your favorite ES- at The Telegraph.

17 On Hydrocarbons Road the 'bridge to SR-100 in Lake Mrs. Minnie\. Johns of Hampton TERBROOK fountain pen. for tbe
RIGHT POINT
Authorized TIlE:/:
Butler.THERESSA. were visiting In Gaines THE RIGHT POINT for the
and the State' ville Wednesday. NOTICl; !) the way ;you: write. Come In Hammond Organ Adjustable Tln|I Book way, you write. Come In
In Circuit Court Bradford County NOTICE] ia HBKIUITtrmr OIVEIr favorite ES-
and select
here Nov. 17 on Road Department, are the ,.yyyy... ....YY9. Miss Jan Searle Is at homa th" .iindartriicnod dflalr. and select ;your: favorite ES- Bade b (IIJen1ceI.n Covers. All sixes 30 cents ea. your
>I"., to .DS.... In bualnan. un- TERBROOK fountain to play the easy way at The Telegraph. TERBItOOK fountain pen.
for following: with the chicken pen.
\: proceedings;\ po.c.MI' d"r the flcUtluu mini. of"WII1TEHEAD 110 N. W. 10th. A_ .
needed for the A. L. Green Johnnie Roe an-'i Mrs. Carious 'BKOTHEnS'' TELEGRAPh. I Gntnmvllle AUCTION
Shopping 0. ALIeTIOM AUCTION
of Stal'e? Road S-231' Green Agnes M. Johns L. L. I Youngblood of WiUiston at 1103 Mouth Culley Kuad,' -- -

Road." | Johns. A. F. McDavld. Mildred I were Friday night dinner Stark., the Florida." mild name Intend with toroitlHier

of that road to, McDaviti' Charle E. Scott, By Cheryl Griffin. 'd-iiesU of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. the Clerk of the Clruult Court A that in !
Is I Viola Scott, all of Brooker. of Bradford County' Florida tree may summer wear !
I y specifications Sibley. .: : UCTIQNjSaturday
&AAAAAAAiAAAAAAAhHOPE Maltlanrl Whltohand A neat of robins in her hair :
to acrommod I Also, Samuel and Esther May Belle Whlt..hu d .
from the Florida| Dot-man, Snmuel and Betty, 'II Mrs. Rhoda DampIer was THOMAS PIERCM -
BAPTIST CIH HC
gas plant at,' Jackobnon, all of Coral' Gables. Sunday School 10 a. m. vliltln Vlnelrm? Mr.and and family MM.of D.Olen L. 2 Starka I'
cover al[ national Kerr-McGca Minerals Oil Corp.and,Chemical Inter-- Morning Worship I 11 I a. in. St. Mary Thursday nlwht.' NOTICE! IS HEItlSUT 10/96 4t UIVKA 11/16: Nov. 4 at 1:00: P.M.
I
Training Union 6:10: p. m I that the undersigned a..lrlr.1Ilo
Walter
Mr. and Mrs.
parcels needed, for, Corp. Continental Oil Co. APPROXIMATELY: : 900 FT. of IT. S. HIGHWAY
Evening Worship 7:15: p. m. .. anvafro/ < In bualneaa undat
and for borrow and Clay Electric Cooperative I E'vtnefl and family wero r|>.riMnim name of -JACK'S This FRONTAGE PLUS GOING BUSINESS AND
ay tree Ilk. so others
of Keystone Heights.Tho Wednesday night Prayer the l1'Ut'ots Sunday of .Ill'. EGG FARM" at Graham. Plor-I many HOniE. Consisting of Living Room, Dining Room 0
the defendants in the I road will be rebuilt from I Meeting 7:30: with choir and Mrs. ..7"hnrecency and Plurlda. \r.), Intend o avM.HI t', >> ..tltark.I/ 'a'aiN. stifled In Alachua silently County and slowly hos been by. .( Kitchen. S Bedroom, 2 Baths & Brnezeway.Himlnows ZI
were tiled by the Alachua County line near practice afterwards. family of Oraham. the aald name with the I and Home In One Building: and Will Be
BIBLE CLUB Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dam- of the Circuit Court of Bradford z Spanish Moss public enemy I Sold with 140 FT. Frontage, Then Unimproved
I County number one of beautiful shade. Will Be Sold Front Footage. Buy
Frontage
Bible Club Is held every pier, M/s. J. D. Orlffis and Florida.JACK HINES ( By
,' and nut baarlng trees. Visual z An Much As You Like. TERMS: CASH TO
Monday after school. Please OCLJm! MAE! HINES
Cheryl Mrs. Rhea
Dumpier
NURSING HOME 10/11 4t 111I.IIGAL proof that Q SELLER.
encourage your child grades and her home guests Mrs. L. t;
1-6 to come andi bung a J. Moon attended the wed- I
808 S. COLLEY ROAD friend and his Bible. din of Kathleen Zeigler to WILL NOT NOTimI HE] HKHPON-' Spanish Moss 4I

Flo. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Crawford Rockne Smith at St. Mich static;] FOR ANY DEBTS 4j-j; ,

969-4271 Starke and family were guests aels Church In Miami Satur KILLS TREES !
at the home of Mr. and Mr?

We have complete nursing service<< for adult' of Jack: QrlffU In Alachua, day.Russell Lee of O'Brien wasa .-.

all att'ell". Sunday. (rue-t. of Mr. and Mrs. J. 7ot OSC ,Spanish Moss must !be controlled -

I Percy Sullivan Jr. and J. IRe Friday. now while trees are

We have K.N.:. and. L-P-N on duty :24 how Mrs. Percy Sullivan Sr. were Mrs. Sue Brannen and dormant. A row machinehas
visiting In Crescent City Mrs. Lvnn Hall! of Hampton, t666 been 'purchased by I P. O. BOX 87-A ROUTE ONE
aday. Florida Pest Control &
__ Saturday at the home of and Mrq. E. S. Sibley were This photo was made during Chemical Co. to rid home- I :ALACHUA FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas! in Pals tka Tuesday. the Spring. Notice the flowowners
and farmers of this
We have" our own X-ray and laboratory. (Mr. Mr. Thomas has been 111 and I Miss Cheryl Orlffls was a cling ehrubs and spreading menace another !
James Moncrlef Is our full time licensed technician had an operation and I h I (tuest at the home of Miss foliage I of neighboring thfj compan.y to 'toe of step better by .( To Reach Property: Drive Went. on Highway 441 5
I Out of Alarhua to Just West of 1-73 to Property.Z"
). doing better. We hope he Kircn Biwden at KeystoneKoMits plants. service to
you. Or Drive 1-75 to Highway 441-Intersectlun Then.
continues to Improve.
Wednesday through GETTING UP West to Property." I Iz
John Manlre of Jacksonville I
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Wo are llreniwxl for 50 bed by the State Board Friday.Mr. MAKES MANY DON'T: IT
of Health License No. 2. was a weekend guest of and Mrs. Harry Na-I NIGHTS FEEL OLD I I TAKI 1 INSPECTION: ANYTIME
: Marshall Cloventettle. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall night/ with Mr. and Mrs. E make many men. and women,
Call For Free Evaluation Phone 862-9563
We have modern with control Mr.and Mrs. Merle Packham feel tense and nervous from ftwquent: '
a fireproof building S. Sibley.Mr. burning or Itchlnar urination I night DIAL TODAY I
alr-condltloner and heat. and family were supper Kirby) and John Swin and day. Sfcondarlly you Sact."a ,
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leap and liava Headache.
,I and guests Mrs.Monday Jimmy night Ritch of and Mr. dell of Palatka were guests such nd feet CUM l *older. C'I'STEX' tired.! initially depreaMd.: brIne: In Fl (oumA' PEST CONTROL I

We are wlthla two block of the Bradford County Saturday of Mr and Mrs. relaxing/ comfort by curbing Irritating EAUOD end| AUCTIONEER "" 15I
family of Palatka. Walter Swindell. Kerma In arid urine) and quickly -. 3oo nrw LVI.MOUTH n.nnnuma.HA | Ij l
509 E. ST.
". !CALL
lIoNpl Mr. and Mrs. Harold, MillsJr. Mr. and Mrs Jessie: Lee! MiilnKpaln.UetCYSTEXatdruKKlata.MJEMORIAt.il./ f> CHEMICAL CO. ; _

I and family of Jacksonville -, I AUCTIOt.I AUCTIOPII AUCTION AIJCTiONI
We hare a One ntaff of Doctor serving tile were vlsitin Mr. and], .

Homo.. I Mrs.dav.We Percy Sullivan Sr. Sun-

regret to hear of the
Wi, are V.A. approved.
death of Mrs. Lenna Estelle

of Miami. She was the sister,

\' are approved by the State Welfare Agency. -


We are approved! under medicare. I

12 Wides. HASTINGS MATTRESS
,\' are large enough to give all anteing ser CL.SI..I'1D:.. AD I & UPHOLSTERY WOUKS I CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM: cleaners reconditioned

,that an adult may need!, but email enough Cu&tomfade! RATES I 710 Lemon St. PaUtka Gulf Service $15 up. 10 different S.
v. t. II wards -_. ..... I name brand to choose from.
to provide a family atmosphere. For Florida Living Furniture Repaired
1''Ieek word over .5 _.M I IEzDa Upholstered & Refinished USED PARTS!!! Parts & excellent repairs aW .
I Top Price for Wreoked makes. KIRBY SALES I
Get More (Cars
J. II. Monrrlef I. In charge of complete lab- YOU ...... .II. cot MATTRESSES REBUILT 24 Hour Wrecker Service SmVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville I
paid I. ... ... __-n I
and x-ray facilities. Laboratory No. 53"I I I For Your $ $ I IS New Innersprings 376-7110. tfchg '
I RBHOM' TIONJB Fuel Oil
I I and Box Springs -- --
.
Comply With Title 6, Civil Rights Law No Salaried or Commissioned I Seats per .. *<
Employees CAnD OF THANKS Drop r. A Card or Call AAA 8 & K Green Stamps' AT LAST!
: CALL, WRITE OR COME BY I IM word .. .... '-__..aXIMIIfineli PALATKA EA 5-9166 Hwy. 301 N. Wald
'I A HOME: OWNERS
: AND VISIT WITH US. DAD & BRAD LARSEN word 0 v.r OO ..-_..0 MI MRS. PEGGY SHALLER M319BHOONWAY POLICY

LIKE TO WORK 200 E. AOkln St. LACY
: Owner-Administrator SILVER SANDS LAKE For
ton B. Thomas, StarUs", Agent FLYING SERVICE! Mobile Homes
:: \ CVertrude. Kauffman-Asst. Administrator YOU Benefit! $2,700 to $3.500 F-LIOHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane That Qualify

GATOR HONE 'LAKE rentals.' Greyhound :Bus CALL THE MAN
: WE COMPLY WITH TITLE VI >
_ MASONRY
AD Sizes 9n Display II $3,575 to $4,275 Charter. Keep your party together FRO1KEYSTONE

: Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones 8-10-12 Wide EASY TERMS 964-6001)-_charter a baa. Phone tfchj George E. LaRue MATERIALSReady

IVt Baths See S. E. McKay INSURANCE AGENCY

and Expandables Keystone Heights INSURANCEAT Keystone Hts. Mix Concrete, Concrete -
4734692FOR
REDUCED RATES
: Many years ago Ford made the automobile a lot I'I 473-4710 or 473-4103 AUTO, FIRK:, BOAT Block Sand! Reek
.
Phonest 473-4816
more than a rich man's toy. Today Philco TV's New and Used : I. DOYLE E. CONNER RENT Furnished 1 Cement. Mortar, Steel 0,...

: dedicated to bring color to everybody.PHILCO DID YOU KNOW it's easy to INSURANCE AGENCY and 2 bedroom apartments. ter Shell. LJmerook. Roof
I I 8-Yr. financing: available own a ngchamp Home? tfohg Unfurnished 2 bedroom Gravel' Preca.t Untels and
Better built for Florida Uv- house. W. H. Nollman, 510 Window
Use Our Rental-i'air- I ngYour plans or ours.Your Myers Power Tools N- Cherry St. tfohg Sills. onstruetton.Everythingfor

chase Plan-Payments lot or ours. Contact Bu Area Headquarters For THE RIGHT POINT for the Masonry

Under $50 Per Month t I ford Mitchell. hone 964 'TY.PEWRITERDay RENTALS: Lawnmowers Power Tools way you write. Come In and
P. O. Box 238 Starke. week, month. Bradford -
I 6853. or MrCulIoch Chain Saws elect! your favorite ESTER
: tfdag County Telegraph. Phone Pumps & Water Systems BROOK fountain pen." TELE. BradfordEngineering

FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE 964-6306. tf Brlgirs & Stratton Engine GRAPH.

:1' NO ready for occupancy. 3 bed- Rentals Bales -" Srnlce FOR RENT 3 Co.
-- room furn-
.I room 1H bath. Located just 1)) DWELL 230 N.E. 16th Ave. Ished upstairs. apartment. Air

;: Mobile Home THANK: YOU NOTES-Beau outside of city limits in I Gainesville 378-34II conditioned automatic grns Phone Stark I

tifully engraved la gold 01 Pine breeze. Easy monthly RESENTS tfehg heat. Newly decorated. Private .

AVAILABLE silver. $1.23 for box of 23: Including terms. Longohamp Conat Co., FOR RENT-1 room and bath entrance. .414 W. Washington 964-5403

Full Lake Privileges envelopes. Bradford Contact Buford Mitchell. 220 ACRES!C furnished apartment. Call 064- St. Call (Waldo) 468-1885.
County Telegraph.! tf pone 9fM-6853. P. O. Box Excellent natural drainage 6852.
_ punco Homestead Exempt- 238 Starke tfchj 3356 feet Hi-way frontage. tfchg 2tp 11-2

--...-1. Financing; NO. 557.-Priced Right! 43 Suitable for development, industry FOIl SALE BIg: frame "BILL'S :MOBILE Home Serv- HAVE ACREAGE WILL
SELL OR TRADE FOR
.. a. I acres with creek, Good location or ranch. Terms can be house, 3 bedroom partly furn Ice" Patio Awnings, Water
CITY PROPERTY. Contact;
Lake Geneva for poultry farm. Just AquaticPlants arranged. ished. Garage. On 2 lots. 723: Heaters Kool Seal. Miller Buford Mitchell phone 9646853. -
: CUSTOM COLOR TV $7700. Terms. Lu McMahon St. Call 964-5453. Gun Burner Service. P. O. Box
rtarke.
P. O. Box 238.
NO. 550 two Miles Out. 3 20 acres good land. Concrete 37. Keystone
liLa L & Snails 2tp 11-9 Heights Fla. Ph tfchg
: 267 SQUARE INCHES Trailer Sales acres on U. S. 301. Older block house. Pecan trees. 473-3083. Starke Phone 964

home. Only $5500.STROUT Priced to sell. FOR SALE Modem hospital 6763. 4tp 11-16 LOSE WEIGHT safely with
E Easy Payment Plan Up to 36 Months REALTY/: bed In good condition. Ph.
OB Itnnte 100, One Mile !SB! Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c
2117 N. Templo Ave., Starke 964-S300. MALE HELP WANTED _
Itchgr
IIeIhtiOpen Have two 2 BR homes. at Mitchell Drug. lOtp 11123|
AT Keystone 1<'111. ((004)) 06I-66OO' Quick Move-In. Men, kitchen help laundry
HASWORTHY'S Sun. & Evening) WANTED' :Married
man
workers. Steady permanentwork. FOR SALE 1963 Jeep truck.
I FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 BILL POWELl. with small family to work on 8 hour day. :5 day week. Model 200, two tons, 4-wheel
bedrom hou e at 525 W. Prat Real Estate farm. Must have experience Paid vacation sick leave. drive, heater. Perfect for haul-
St. Contact Mrs. R. E. Mun- with livestock. Must b, able Please Contact' T. L. Norwood,
Ing.
apply in person only.
dorff at 639 E Laura St. after 404 W. Madison St. to' drive tractor. House and Personnel Office. Sunland Rt. 1, Box 493: Melrose or

5p.m tfchg r v Phones: Off. 964-6464 utilities furnished. T e a r 1 y Training Center Gainesville. Phone 475-8003. 3tehg: ll-
with
work
$260.00 month salary.
11 FOR SALE Twin beds complete Each WE BUY used furniture, appliances Write "E", Drawer. A. Starke. Fla. -4tchg-.. _11-9 FOR SALE-Registered Angus
end tables and large tool p'- ,
PurchaseTropical bulls and heifers. Phone 964-
or anything, of value. tfchg 20 ACRE FARM 1 :MILE
box for pickup truck. Lee
6742. Itchg
OP STARKE
Dahmers Discount House, 964-
RETIRED Man desires
Champion. Phone 9647627. full or
7923. 17 acres cleared, timber
tfchg some ,
2tchg 11-! part time work In motel as one UPRIGHT PIANO for
- : and Gold Fish manager or assistant manager.Experienced. newly redone 3 ,bedroom, 1 tile sale. Reasonable. Very good
_ bath house 2 barns fenced
FOR SALE Wheel Drive
FOR RENT Unfurnished 3 Ph. 964-6947. condition. Call 964-7073 after
IS WORTH Jeep Station Wagon. Warren To Choose bedroom house. Easy welkin 2tp 11-9 and cross fenced. Valid reasons ::5 p.m. ftp
Hubs, good condition good 5 000 distance to shopping area. for .selling. Take over and
Urea. 964-5392. Itp From: TAP DANCING Classes'form- go to farming Immediately. FOR RENT Fl1rnJshed.Apt.
Ph. 964-5403. tfch ing now. Begin 1st wae'c! in A. J. Thomas RealtorTel. $60 Month. Utilities furnished.
FOR SALE 1061 Duca 250: Full Grown, First November. Applications also 964-5701 M.\ R. Judd. 127 Lafayette St.,
I Motorcycle. 964-6073. Itchg Quality Tropical Fish FOR SALE Jersey heifer being taken for Ballet, Aero Ph. D64-5931. 2tohg 11-9
i TWO Regular 89c Valve will be fresh in April. D. A. Etc. Ph. 9647098. tfchg $100 DOWN, $48 Month. 'Move
FOR SALE Record player Griffla Lawtey. Phone 782- in today. Spacious, Modern FOR SALE 63.000 BTU
115: ; Waffle Iron $8; Bassinet *SwordtailsTlaty 3.534.' 2to 11-2 FOR RENT 3 bedroom frame, carport. Need interior oil circ. heater with draft
|8: Infant Carrier $2; Port. 3 brick cottage W. Call. 3 bed- finishing. Large lot. $4800.00.Go booster and blower. Call 964-
radio $8; Refrigerator $15; Variatua FOR SALE F-85: 4 door room house on N. Cherry. Ph. 100 toward Keystone 4, 6813 after 5. Itp
2 vinyl folding doors $3. First FOR Oldsmobile sedan. Factory air, 964-6491. Itp! miles look for house 500 yards
I! : AT NASWORTHY'S\ house on graded road. Southof 'AssortedPlatys power steering and brakes. off highway on right fronting FOR SA.LE-1 Gibson Electric
Tatum Sawmill Lawtey. $ Very olean. Call : FURNISHED garage apart sand road. Mr. Raymond 7203 Guitar with carrying case and
Itchg *Moliiea JLAH 9645300.ftp ment for rent at Klngsley Florida. Tampa, 2391161. 1 large amplifier used very

,; Lake. Will accomodate a bachelor 2tp 11-9 little. Call (9647089. 2tp 11-9
FOR SALE or Rent New! Live Bearers FOR RENT 3 bedroom 2 or a couple. Call Mrs.

decorated 4 bedroom 'house. $5f: \ bath unfurnished house. 664 N. ,. Pauline Torode 533-2301. TURKEYS for sale. Hazel :WANTED D-agllne work
I HA LF_PRICE I Furniture Sale down. Take up payments. Inq BILLY ROSE Water St. Contact Elizabeth tfehg Swindell. Ph. 9645845.3tp and Bulldozer work. fi yard
1126 N. Thompson. Itp Seymour :527 N. Walnut 11.16 dragline on tracks small
i St.Itp RIFLE FOR SALE .44 write
: Up To :36 Months To Pay : Aquatic Gardens magnum dozer. Ph. 964-6493 or
SINGER: AUTOMATIC pump. ISO. Like New. FOR SALE 2 wheel, 6 h.p. Claud. Prescott, P. O. Box: 404.

Now is the time to Buy that Furniture you have been CONSOLE:' MODKL.: I Highway 21 South I REGISTERED' ANGUS Phone 964-5721, Dick Thomas. garden tractor; all electric!: Starke Fla. 2tp 11-9
coke machine; small electric
ZIG Itchg
ZAG SEWING MACHINE
:: wanting and at HALF PRICE! Blind stitches buttonholei', Keystone Heights Fla. l Cows!, wtth FOR calves SALE at side, and cement mixer; 3/4 ton 1951 1 HOUSE FOR RENT 2 bed-

decorates. etc.: Original price ra-.bred; Bred Cows or Heifers; FOR SALE 1966 4 door Chevrolet pickup with 4 speed room. Corner Jefferson &

SUPER SPECIAL -- 9 x 12 Linoleum Rugs -- $3.99 $300. Has balance $61.20 or WILL CARE for children in Open I Heifers; Bulls; Bred Jetstar Oldsmofalle. A/C. power transmission. B. C. Holtzendorl Thompson St. Ph. 964-3424.
reliable in this area can my own home. Grace Van Pelt Jr. Edawrda Road Phone 964- 2tc'g 11-9
party Grade Heifers to calve In the brakes, power sfeerlng, new
:, We Have One of the'Best Technicians in this Section. assume $8 monthly payments Phone 064-7770. Itp spring.T. tires excellent condition. :Makereasonable 7961. Itchg

Phone Jacksonville COLLECT W. BAKER & SONS I offer. Financing THE RIGHT POINT for the

: C. H. NASWORTHY Furniture and Appliances 333-1946. Ask for Credit Man- WANTED' Kitchen helper. Phone Keystone 473-4704 or available. Call Gene Shaw Adjustable Vinyl Boot, way .you, write come la
Her. Will doll vcr, no obllgalion. Apply In person The Branding write P. O. Box 2. Lake Gene. 96 1-6328 or 964-5205. Covers. All .l Ixets: 30 rent ea, and select .your favorite ES

Atchg 11-30 .Iron, Itch*I..*. IfcW 32fi 0, I. 3tcbf. 11-16 at The Telvcraph.. TERCBOOK fountain P. ,

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School Millage;! Request Is Valid f: i-J4E ___ 1942 ,jt axon at the Starke
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J1a.rmeq. Market, averaged. 13

For the third i straight" year Loss of the timber revenue rM 5u 1Nt3 71 centsa "pound," -
,
,,1Y ; ,I..,T, Dyes; County Agent,
; Bradford County's 'SchoolBoard I l }bas finally caught up with the said"' 3,339 I "t:.pound .of nuts

la faced with a S35,00fr l loss--6 School Bpard and, its sup intend- were eold, eomo'jgoing, as

revenue. By loss, we ipej rr\pney\ ,ent, Tora; Casey;:, 'ile Board. due I !Tit high as" ,25 cents'; LJ' pound.: 'i '

; the Board expecled'to.come'iriunder '' to the same shortage oFt timber v4r'r : Matrons topped the ..ll6le.Sch.leys' 4 .y .a

the countyfs pIgpperty'va1-" ta te?, )tad\ to bOrrow/$65j OO last brought '20 cents.. w

: 2 uationa, but which has?'not> yet .ear tos\pay teacher; salaries the Stuarts 'and'' Curtis.. 15!V4;

: been paid. ""- tYnonth-of trip fiscal TheJoan Success. 14' and other 'varieties -

.. I After three years tb;; :.2.f.flvJ' .iha3"bee.n: : ;: but Supt. .from 12 to 13 H cents.'

: a timber firms which originally Casey has .found it ,ia/ impossible' k' : :, .: Dyer; said he fth1s.crop was' ma'turing ,+
I' 1965 to coritime'efidt -spending indefinitely 'lat ear', two'to
: protested paying property \ Hued We kil: ''Sales will '
.. taxes in this still in r + .
: county are I ; t
be held'every P'ridaydunIpa;:
: court, appealing that issue. None The extra three mills is neededto the season. ;

: ;;of the five has paip nIl of its 1966 offset'the load; 6f timber taxes.
.
.. -0r| 1967 taxes, leaving., the School Casey has said ,the'funds, ,df voted ,Another cttdlty turned uoll \' r

: ; Board over .100,000 )hb'ft "bT"an- by the taxpayers; will'go into the ,-. Lawtey farm. ,J. 8, State Officers Wjll Attend,

ticipated revenue. operating; budget of the; Board, 4 Austin discovered an ear of :
: ;? To offset that loss, the .&::11901 possibly for teacher salaries or / I'S .
Board is Bradford hand. When ,the grain was
; asking taxpay- badly needed.and ; '
: :'''ers next Tuesday for equipment make partially shelledront', the. Fob a perfectly I r*John\ M. Carney: of Eau In the CD building at "noon
rmjssjon
) to the budget valid. '
hand Vice Com- Sunday followed 1 by; 94
,, proportioned Game Junior
: :Ito\ levy threo more mills.)than in $Jo I' one can say .Pow ..whetherthe complete ",with thumb andfour.flnaer3 mander, Dept. of" Florida. afternoon business .session:

.. 1966. In 1965 the .,taxpayers voted Sch .Board would .relinquish .w -"L/-- ,, :; 'was pvl lent.'.It, veterans of Foreign{ Wags Rev. Walter Lee ,end PaulE.
:
: the Board permission to levy the three mills ,wh.etr"'the timber rival item to'' Bennett's..,tlveTfopted" and Mrs;Bernice Zangenbera Canova are chairmen

; three mills on top of the lOthe taxes are finally paid .in full, if i( ate." i ', ..' of Lantana;; president of the of the committee ors -ar
: '
: Board can levy on its :.pwn; npwJ they ever "are;' -Most'"any experienced Ierpart.rnent' Florida, Ladles rangements. Between :-80 and ,

: they are being asked for six mills. taxpayer will tell you mill- Cows iooee. .In Starke. : werea AUTdllary' of tt)9) VFW 100 VFW members__frouj ,
: Since a mill in Bradford 'County : problem for,the' .city.coiun? will be .among the state.fcf(p- eight, counties In trtatrlct;
: raises $40,465, Tthe 'additi nalA age goes up a lot easier than it ell, flat, ,Ullams; .Mold. that cers attending a District' 6 are expected to attend: tha :

three would net the School, !,Board ,comes down. \It people in ,and out.,of town meeting here Sunday. meeting here. ... J I

: : slightly over $1;0,000 more ..inoperating But it's a fact the Board is in 1"01f.4.:repair ,their back; ,fences ; The quarterly> \ jneatlng will Ten units of tae LadlesAuxiliary
e now ,H would, be ,a great help. 'be held In the Civil Defense are scheduled to
: trouble with' i its budget '
revenup.
.
:Jn cpntroUlnc :JJhe animals, funding at the fairgroundswith
.. 4 1, aw members of StarkeIfoet be )pn glared from unite Including \ i

. : :: What's Right .With America 'Editorial staff 'of' the '1943 8058 ,as hosts Doug \ St. Augustine.. Pa-

A t .:! "* ." II_ tll.. The Great American PastimeFARMER'S .. Bradford' High School' Journal :Baldwin Commander of Post 'l latka. .Jacksonvllla, ., and Lake 1 1
: I I -, ,- -: : Editor-ln-chlef., Idalou 058. said the meeting would 8ly.1 ; ; 1
(Condensed from an address by comparisons (In ,buying power. Davis; ?,Sports Editor!: 'Virginia start wlt.q.acutp} ] served 1I I

: : Williard Deason;' Cdmhiissioner"Interstate The average Russian!' labors DIARY; ( SewelI: Junior Report

+ 01 Commerce!! Commis- lour times as long as'the er. Juno' Blossr; "B" Club. '. .

: lion) American to buy y. pound,average of beef. The dry weather continues project may be announced Patsy .Keen: :, .Safety Alice RECREATION
SELECTIVESERVICE .
and poses .a problem both for June tending; Class News. ---
As a schoolboy In south Texas Six times aa Itfng for a ,pound of soon., NEWS 1
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the berry growers 'who have J Jewell :Powell; Olee .Club.Lois" .
I was taught to lovfe and "honorour butter: "And-eleven 'times as long not yet set out plants, .and. for Some drivers on US-301, or Newsorne; BJo'gra' ,} hles. '

country to respect its flab, to for a dozen 'eggs. In China these those who have Irrigation sysCena c any four-lane highway persistIn Eva Fay Oalney and Martha. t I' ,WARRIORS' AND BANDITS

believe in its greatness. items are not available to the and were thus able to staylng'1ntheuttlde'' or Marker; Band. Clarice cm- .Questions AnswersQuestion .' LEAD -SR ,LEAGUE Y;,

Today, it seems that some average worker at any price no get plants started In the fields. M passing: 'lane, to the annoy asi!Special: ,.Feature; !Nina After two weeks of play

2 people have lost sight of that matter how long he labors. The planters who do not have ante 'of others who want ,to Bishops Edna Edwajxjs; ,:Mar- The Zardoc Warriors!l '[senior

greatness. They have embarkedon. The fact remains that Americans Irrigation are.waiting day Iby pass but cannot, unless they jeW ''Orlder:, Pep Squad. : How. might I. as Class], and Nelson's 'Bandits
day forea,, rainy period when an employer obtain Information -
do Sd on'the'wrong side. A Shirley COlley.,, [Junior'' cl.a8sr] lead tha senior
the best
; path of negative ,thinking; are fed, best paid they can start planting. concerning, occupational
cited last
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of.""downgrading;or .berating .their and best educated people .in theworld .., week classic' *"example y"a state''Was trooper, who Total taxes: .sseSllt'ld.on deferments?' flag football and no losses.league! with tr+owins

government: For them every that's what'a RIGHT, ; Bqt those who already have said he gave a ticket to a man Bradford CWinty property In j Answer: Information con
day in every wayythinga-are*.get with America. !i' plantain the fields are having By Sam McGarveytoday 'who had driven t U the outside 1943 came to ,$56,171.: Thfl cerning H-A occupational deferments The league Is made "p of

ti.ng ;worse and worse And how about health conditions a-Cough time of it.Crying to with 'the architect;; however Ian all the way from h Ocala" sum was -divided as follows; Including a free Junior two senior teams.> "teams-"TeftnTnatnns and two

Xh ,'.:'hawk&1> ;tell that we "' get'theM off to 'a good start, and sl'art: the to Starke. Fund: 'l3fr'Fnes; : : Selective Service pamphlet
pus ,?! V .,, b caftic..,of a lack of rain, the so a on General "Information For are Zardoc'a Warriors Snookies. -
entitled,
should escalate! .our 'foreign' in- Deaths from once dread causes .Hot sun' during the middle of .-. .. and ,Forfeiture. $3.348; Widows' be cotalned Nelson's Banldtts.; and
'
Fmployers may
: volvements. have been cut fn half' iu the l teat the day. and! ,wlnd which whips ( pension. 837: Road frcm Local Board of tfe Padgett's Rogues.,

The "doves" cry that we should 50 years. Life expectancy has the plants around;( and dislodges NEWS And NOTES ",. and Br9ge. $10.145; General.- Selective any Service System., ). 'Tie 'Jea1P*,play everY Monday
de-Jac.a1ate.:: the root: system. 'School Maintenance. 111 night at West Side Part
nearly .doubled in .the last 100 : Question: My draft board
Interest
719; Qeneral School with the 1st at 7 p. m.
critics game
Some decry big ,
govern- Infant mortality rates have has issued two different
years. One explanation for the difficulty ForToday's Homemaker and Sinking' J-und. 5O22; ) and 2nd at 8:15.:
ment and cuss the gdv( : been cut'n half In to and told me to
er9ni.entswelfare just the last amount to sub cards me ,
: .VAujOthera .18 i frat there Was not Total t; echool;: all Monday: Nov. 6: Warriors
programs. 30 years. enough 'moisture in the I berry ,By .Martha Sue McCain dlgbriots.. UO.CB3: Total carry them with me at Bandits Rogue vsSnoolries.
believe .the programs ,I do not suggest to you, how beds when tho plastic mulch County Extension amount:.iwweiwed for school times. :Why did"' -they'--,: give mo VII 8:15.:p. m. .,,

should be enlarged. ever that all is perfect. We still was appll d:And now that the bonded di&trI.6e.._ ," Wo cards? Standings: Warriors 2-0

.Labor .wants: Jiigher wages. ,have: many problems.Including unemployment beds are covered, it is next to Home Economics Agent ,. Answer'The: first card you Bandits 2-0. Snooklea I-! }.

Business grouses about too and poverty. And 'Impossible t6'correct the"situation /i.,_""" .... -- I The Malaria Control Crew ;received Is tour Registration. R3gu 0-2.

much regulation. even though America's poorest bcause the plastic shod sponsored by the Unite;! ,Certificate tS33 Form 21. BANTAM LEAGUETO

1>?Sate critics think that our high ''housing is* In luxury: class foe like irrigation water wafer off a''duck's off the back.'"beda ,MEAT, FREEZER TIPS early settlers, to give thanks. States local Public Health Health Department Service :Tjhe] of other Classification card{ Is. your[SS3 Notice RESUME PLAY

'schools are "fn dequate..1 : .the) masses i lof ,other nations, by However, the 'irrigation ,systems Dai1't'.t: meat stay in l the Just as the corn ass. been anij busy digging and: maln- Form 1101 which tells you The Bantam football league,
our standards we still have 'uitad ,overtime freezer' for extended periodsof an ,"Integral part of life in was after an open date will resume
Others believe that our collegesare" are being drainage ditches In how your Local Board classified ,
slums. now ill an effort to keep the time. The longer frozen these'' United "-States' for so \the\ !'ng Bath cards should play Saturday night
te'achfng'all the J.i1t.Y'-. you. .
-- wrongnthings.'Housewives But alive and get them meat is stored), th.-Tnore flavor long it plays an Important Ncrl 4., at ,he BItS
: today there are seven mil plants the f work was 'under the always be In your possession.They .
complain, that food ;
lion growing. 'r and quality 1C loses part In diet. today. 'There( '' be mutilated ,The first game at 7 v-
fewer people living'in poverty S. Bayer must not
pries too, Jiigh. direction ,0f'HarmoL' Insurance
T are i have been changes/ and ,additions. will match Conner
"Storing over a long J '
than there 'seven period by altered, burned or destroyed.
Were years agp. area engineer,;,assisted the second
;The farmer decJares that farm : It Is some time now since of time lowers the flavor The popular self- ami Brooker., \while In
Now let's summarize Paul J. Hunt. Question: ;Does ,a regUtrant Dlscounswll
; Southern
prices !are' too' loti -. we've had any appreciable of both fat and lean composed .of
have the of Iedtey
The crew wa right appeal
what'sright'ivith America! 1uur. league leading
fieldsarid :
) the
amount of rain and throughout our County, and meet
Too many Journalists would haveus The more fat. on a piece of Walter T Naaworth. :fore- to the President from "
ucati9nl! system is sec woods are Airy and getting to
aiyiouh It 1s a short-cut
believe that America is""oh"ie'r meat ,and the,more the .meat ; man; Tip A. Hunt assistant an appeal board classification MEN'S RECREATION'tBASKETBALL
ond 'to "norier: We arp the most drier all the time. This Is cut, the end product, it is In nowise
last .social economic;, and moral prosperous nation hi'' the world. worth keeping in mind, as far la up the shorter its a compromise in contributing : .James C. Baxley., Louis ? MEETING
freezer life,.
legs. : Our lilting standard is the as,the, fire hazard Is concerned, to good health and Crews. '. Joeeph'1vf. .c l1rfIs, Answer: Yea tf one 'or There will be an organizational
highest
Here Nov.
.
are some recom Jeff .Frevatt, Tuesday
wltji{ fall here, the amountof Earl Prevatt.. ot the appeal meeting
\ as members
'?:And more
EVERYONE cusses ,taxes. in, the ,\9rld."We produce more mended storage periods of good,, eating. the old arniory. -
dry vegettation Is increasing James ,E.: Shadd. Noah Taylor boaxd dissented from such 'I. 7:30: p. m. at
Most;ot7us are 'simply'Joo, busy.complaf goods -.consume more: goods meats: Consistently good! baking< : the men's dty
: ,the, danger ,of ,fire. ., and Harry: .9kerson., cts lflcatlon. The vote by to organize
ing and i cussing,' *to sit transport:? .more ',goods' .than.
dqwn '.anti count ,our blessings: ', nation in .the .world. ,We qwn .29 We all knew that productionof ground meats, 2-3 months beginning cook as well as The W. T. Weeks Chapterof classified you Is shown on tereeted In entering the league

H On the occasion( of his 90th per: cent, 'of the world's railroad broilers was. Increasing 10ara"'od -Pork roast, 4-8 months. the "old, hand" when'' v.using-. \the UDC was: enfcertSUned; \ 'the .ttoflco' of ;'Classification'mailed'to'you \ are ,,lnvlted to attend. Entry rules

,birthday; Herbert Hoover said mileage. We own' 60 par cent"of. : County, especially -Turkey, wild' game.ducks' self-rising meal. bv Mrs. Ethel M. Blgtrs( and -- lee. ,entry deadline. and dlscuseed. -
: within the past few years, because and geese, ,6 months.1Bee1 O. Powell at the and regulation will be
its automobiles and 47 Mrs.
wither
"Criticism f fa no ,doubt good ,for per cent HAM AND CHEESE ,CORN .
of its trucks. Wewn',43 cent new poultry houses are roasts steaks andchicken CAKES six servings "-" home ex.Mr*. .Blears. CLASSES"1N
the soul [ ]
but we must, beware that per CERAMICS:
going up all over the area. 8-12 months Mrs. L. A. Davis. retiring'
ifr.-doe8..not of its radios,"and' 35 per cent, of 'Two tablespoons butter, :2 OLD ARMORY
upset our confidence But not many knew that Thin cuts and ground president of the Florida Div
in ourselves., J3o perhaps the,time its electric power,output We own* Bradford is now the leading: meats will not keep as longas tablespoons. enriched self- ision. was In St. Louis. Mo. FfA NEWSSTARKE \ Ceramics Classes" are balm

has come for" Americans to take 15! per cent'of' its i,steel. ,Although county In the state in that roasts and )steaks.. .' When rising flour: dash! pepper, '1 VMng'STrepprt: of the accomptsbmsnU.sf .. hoct:: in the old armory nights on'MdtKiay

stack and to think something'about we: account( for+ only six per cent business, until It was publishedIn packaging. for 'the .freezer, be and one-fourth cup milk\ i ; \he" ,j.; division. .. CHAPTEROn ., \; ant Thursday
and
,themelves. pf, the world's population, we own a booklet put out by DoyleConner's !sure ,to keep air out, of the cup cubed cooked ham.luncheon Miss Olive Ray tea,} a ccpy sirento. ; 10.mornings Tuesdfy from 9
and .Friday ,
; almost 50 per cent of its wealth. ,agriculture department wrapper because oxygenmakes meat or poultry: one of, the report to the local 5!

'For the'next: few minutes, let's i What's right with America\ l'' ., .' 'meat rancUl and contributes half cup shredded oheest ehenttr. October 20 the Starke till""Fee noon.for the classes Is fo

count some of our blessings. Let's to freezer burn. one halt teaspoon parsley New officers installed bv Chapter and.Bradford Chap cents session',pius cost pf
compare,for the cussers some of .Last and perhaps,most important In addition: there are a Foils; polyethylene. bags or flakes. 1 egg 3 tablespoonsoil "" tlrlna Mr G. ter FFA went to 'the Forestry materials.per Mrs. Florence' Stuart
large number of here r ,.presldent.
persons
:fUr present; 'day conditions with America is a nation whose in ,the .egg business: and some freezer films are okay aa or melted shortening; W: Roberts, were: president. Contest at Austin Oary Memorial Is the Instructor. ,

.the,"good old days," or In relation citizens are free to cu3s"'the"gr'ovVernment In pultet.pjwlucflon\ ; so the total long as they are' molded' to three-fourtht to 1 cup milk. Mrs. O.'x.- sley: first' vide: near GalneavUle. The :For. additional 'infonnatlon.!

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tries. out recrimination. try Industry! here in Bradford Freeze chicken either corn meal. c'lrton;, second vice prr'! si- chapters> attended was cord ment; B64-4791. It :

,County.must be tip In the -mil 'whole or curt Into pieces.; For" Melt butter .in saucepan 'd titr' Mrs.1 Hal Edwards.: .estimation, eye estimation, TEEN DANCE CANCELLED'
Fifty years ago, only 10 per If I could wave a magic wand lions. The strawberry which beat results; though, put the Blend In flour and pepper. secretady Mrs. Ethel M. and "Jo1iroUI 1g' and"sawln&( { Due to ,circumstances, qe-

cent of our young people finished and stop all the cussing, I would used ,ito.be our leading crop meat In a large-'poLyethr1eie l ; Add ,.milk gradually and cook B terra;, treasurer, Mr. E. K. Results were as follows: yond 'the control 01.the Teen R !o-

high 'school. Today, that figure is not do so. The right ,to cuss the Is.now In second place, !but la freezer bag and leave at until smooth and thickened Feirts: nan: htotorUn., Mrs.""X.A First, cortteat.-.jCord ,Estl-: reatlon Department, Saturdaynight. the
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neariy.-75 per cent more than Government is one of our great still,one of our most important least. two lruxhes-of: Sl'&Cep.t starring constantly:. Add ,', .Davis; regletrsrMia', matlon: Starke Chapter rjance 'fcfteduled, 4.will for not ,,be
activities., the i top. cheese and meat.'Stir until t placed. thIrd '4th :'JJoy.
double that of France West Ger- freedoms and should not be taken agricultural QMv; Ray; recorder'! of dosses1tra. JohnKlt.e' Nation
"Press air out of the ba 4.twist cheese U melted. Add'parsley score. 0'1'p.33.' ,acres. held. The Rock'
,W.Roberts chaplain
jtway. O. : -
'flaIY( Italy or Great Britain. ,.The. crisp fall weather wear It and then secure with flakes. In bowl l, ,combine Bradford. :'Chapter ;placed Shadows were ;
Amelia
Miss.\ Ray. prior com
I fty years ago. only l about In closing however r would r 'having\" is good for work- a rubber band. This gets. rid egg, shortening :all,, .and .. fourth. -- play mittment, but due had to to a cancel. :,j jon

four cent of like to paraphrase! President Ing ouC In the yard. It has of air. pockets and. eitmlna.tra milk. Add corn meal and mix -TOltf\ EDWARDS NAMED Second .content, Eye Es-. Nov. 10. ::1'111
per our young people Hoover and his wise warning thatis slowed down, the Insect population loss of' flavor and' tex only until blended. Pour .JR. ANGUS OFFICER'Tom nitration\ : "Starkei Chapter 'Friday. band *.rcbs1d
"went to college. Jades. popular
,Today, that:fig- sp you can work outdoors tune"'" .about 2 tablespoons batter Edwards! of Starke. p'aced third while Bradford \
is just as timely today as ,it the North Florida area. ;v.p\1
lire: was
nearly forty per cent. without getting! chewed One last' hint-keep freezer rice of Charter
,
for president
when each corn cake .onto :.was: ,e\pcted/\! placed fourth. provide the music. ,
first
:. *.Tnflatioh and the expressed: "Let's not up, and *there'; just enoughof temperatures: at least 0 slightly greased llTid proverbial cuss so loud and long that'we a nip In the air to keep degrees F. -air the' time. untU golden brown. Serve Angus Association' I Ink: Starke chapter placedWtfrd

fchlfinking dollar are favorite tar- upset confidence in ourselves." you moving. One of the pret- Bay are you In the marketfor hot topped \with, cheese and <'urtn r a recent) field day; at because of the toodJeamworle '37.
Eatsfor the 'cussera. But let's tiest things around Is the scar vule Fair on Friday. Oct.
-That perhaps is the
greatest a home freezer? Want tJ ham sauce.: the "Bnvawip Angus TRaiwjh, of Lnmar Clem- Contest
arnslate these criticisms into danger we need to fear. let leaves" ,of .VUxlnla .Creeper know some of the facts about. ,near,, Ocala,, 01)8. president, and one of for Livestock'Judging.: Melvjn.
to were:
which add patches of,color members= gene
.
N the woods. frost-free and about cheat ATI'ENTIOnOME All Florida youngsters who the members. The time that' Cecil' Stalnaker pames: Mot

green as well as upright Then CONOMISTS are Interested:'Jn, AngxA cattle the two boys made was 24 8and Greg Alvarez.We .

How about that fine new contact I this office for the have been Invited: to ioln.Thq' :tno markers.ere knocked ;- placed first In beef cat-:

The Bradford .County Telegraph: building going up at the fairgrounds bulletin entitled "Home, Jimmy Blocker of. Ocala may "'dot,j so by. writingVie. over. Bradford ,- Chapter tlret tar the Livestock. Ju4-
will *
J site! It 'won't be long Freezers Their Selection present a program. j ..* president. Bill :lIro"tt.Box TxacTa eoore of 28,5, and one) ,Ing ;
"Trends In. Home Furnish Contest.John
ESTABLiSHED 1879 now ,before, County Agent and U e. inga" at 12 'noon 1056.! p keechobee. Fla- ,marker was knocked ovet. Allen, rpol'tMr
COKN CORN: COBX Saturday.
0 George,Hugglns and the other TWO ENROLL IX t Fourth contest }-Log' Saw-
bile 3
E. L. JIATTIIEWS'Editor and Publisher Nov. 4. at Ramada Tad '
In'star'ke
'fig* worker will be let out There is no more iltttngway BUSINESS COLLEGE \ : Chapter: place:!
in Ocala [
r 'ur ..1I10J.i..OJdJ.. Wetekly:: 'p.w>p.per Published 'OonttnouilyUn of their old jail and Installedin to pay tribute to the 73 and Highway corner 271 Interstate, The Patricia Ann, Raley: daucthtet"4f"Mr."and'Mrs. third because: pf th .'good ..

+ $ 'I.< r ''Th,same' Mat Dead.Tfeoraday ,their new "ag" center. II>lritqf a, bountiful harvest Central Florida Luther teamwork ae: uses president .. ..
Home ..
Economics ne' M
JI ?vy than ,by serving coni bread: D Raley. of Route 1. Starke. George Browning and tress.urer ; '....-
r Another new county buildIng or a com .meal dish., Aa ri.:.would nke for all 'n' Shiner CT! IIItl1Sen.chlnhter !! Lloyd OUpln, The eco>;e rg',,.-=. ,ft.

rrubllehed each and entered a. Second Clan Matter mi the Poet Of floe has bean completed the Although' .the turkey\ 'Is home economists. In this area of Mr. ands: Mrs.: H. was ';39JrBrsidford ; Chapter 1o.\' w OW'_

at under 4ce of March county barn and,repair shop now ,the symbol$ of 'T a.nks-. to attend. For more lnprmaUori ( Christensen of Lawtey. have placed fourth and had aacre
_e.l1orlda ltd, ,1879.A1becipttepeda at .the.qd Legion site but glvimr,It wasreally the ",:orn contact Miss Martha enrolled In ,the Secretariat of 436.
: trxUr areas 1 jear:, ".00; .' _D.th.. $226rh the new cdqrthopae is still a harvest'and' Its promise of Su? "Science Course at Masse r .;.....John Kite. Reporter. Better Homes Furniture Co.12pO .

'; tjriuta areaii 1 .,.(liMa t 1DOD tII.'.1J.50( longl' way: off. .,",Cownty food for the Winter that en.ou2.a McCain.. phone 96JM7I.SUwke. }: Business! College ut jact*>ivllle. \- BRADFORD rMAPTftWThe'BradfoVd : R. Edcrwood AvaJsckpcmUle. ;

.*--- a *- -_'?- .. *? r"a...1.- Communion"U.; alaUKl! to ,meet ,: ,:l'the! farmers,. the Both gills! are */g1' dUat. s \ Chapter4 FFA" Florida 3z2g5

;C' sa: of Bradford High School. not to the Greater, Jackaonr. :

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TlilfftCDAY, Nov, 2 1967 BRADFORD COPNTT TKLKOnAPW. STARKB. FLORIDA
SECTION 3 u MOB 3
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y yyy y the Army In 1961 and wwlast 'I rude Motors people suggest I ,

I Homecoming stationed at Fort Eustla that you choose nn anchor .
Pageantry If
I
NEWS ABOUT Vft. with a great deal more care. .; .
.
Moat familiar toi! outboard : f ( .
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n. ,. j
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Fife.Calvin J. Varnes son of boatmen are mushroom anchors f < '
Mr and Mrs A. F. Varncg of. and varlout patented .,;,: ,- .
,
MEN
SERVKE Route 2, Starke: has been assigned types with pivoting ;flukes. Although '; 'I.j

to the 884th Engineer': I mushroom anchors: are \. .,t:;
....". Battalion In Vietnam where' suitable for small timts used t,""- 1

he to serving as a carpenternear on calm waters, ancfltors with !j. .
Airman Robert F.. Edwards, t iS j
Dong Ba Thn: A 1968 flukes are a better ..b et. They .J
., :
son of Tommy P. Edwards of
; ;
r graduate. of Bradford. High are lightweight! but have tremendous .
? rt I Starke has completed basic School he entered the< Army holding er. It's a '/
povf
training at Amarillo Air Force. ,
ysM r'' i In September of that year good Idea to choose "''11 anchor .:' ::.
Texas. He la
Base now assigned -
at { ,: and .was last stationed a( Fort that will hold in. the: worst ::';
.. .. ttrl'v as a statistical dataepeclallst HIs ,. ;i.
Ord, CaJif. wife Dorothy conditions! you expedt to en- '
.
with unit of thAr
a :.1'
lives on Route 1, Starke. counter rather than 'one that <" 1
Force Systems commandat .- Is just all right for averagaboating. .J..a"

Sunnlvale Calif. 'Bollermah 2nd Class William '
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; Navy Ensign O. Todd! Ovens R. Ooodyear, USPJV,son of Mr. When preparing to anchor ..., .i.
and Mrs. R. M. ofRoute N
Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Goodyear approach the area Into the 1.d'.i
G. T. Givens of Keystone 1, Keystone Heights, wind or cunent, whichever Is 'Ys '.'f"

Heights, recently completedhis .rec/ntly graduated with the strongest. When you are over .
'
'ry first solo\ tU hJt after approximately 40th, Engineering Enlisted the spot lower the anchor; "

: one month of Primary Maintenance Class at the U.S. don't heave It. Make sure the .. .
'
Flight Trainingwith Naval Destroyer School, New anchor caught on the bottom i
y r'r port.< R, I. The.eohool offered and then out additional ..
r Hg Training\ Squadron One at .the pay ... ;
Naval AuxBlaay Air Station a four-week course In the 'oP. line until the ratio. of .,. ..?
+ eration overhaul, and maintenance length of line to depth .
.
+ In Pen aoola. Re will now con- 011 ';;t'
ti w tinue with more advanced of destroyer,machin water" Is about six to one. : $ ,: ::

; phases of flight training for cry, rough water the ratio should .:: ':
$ be Increased. I .N'Y
.
approximately 13 months before 4 ..
receiving his pilot's wings. I Stow your anchor In a con- Y r

.. //venlent place In your boat '
Airman 1st Class Irwin A. : where It can be reached quick- Do know the
Junior _
ICtms. I rln&' Simon Autry swung orated for the Homecoming I'urade. you .
(Martin son of Mr and Mrs. ly. Keep anchor lines tree of
I prettily from the flout her rliuMinateH. deeM knots and Before J
F. A. Martin of Starke.; has
__r JI received the U. S. Air Force' lowering an anchor make satisfaction that
Commendation Medal at Sey< I I sure one end of the line Is) N .

mour' Johnson Air Force' Base attached securely to the boat. comes with making :

.In North Carolina. Now assigned An anchor if you can keep t .
to a unit of the Strategic R. 1 from losing It, should last almost 1.1 '

Air Command Martin, indefinitely. Anchor: > progress through

was decorated for meritorious; however are a different tory.1)

9 aet+vice as a! weapons mechanic They should be Inspected! regular bank savings?
at Phan1'' Bang Air Base ularly. for rot and fraying.

In Vietnam. Replace lines before they get
i A 1963 graduate o* $ radfondi too bad. Then you won't have I
High School MfHtn attended to worry about losing your SAMPLE IT-HERE rFL

Fiirman TPVerslty In anchor or maybe even your

Oreenvllle. S. O:" and also By Lynn Hamilton boat. _
studied at St. Johns' River
Happy boating. R.IDA
Palatka. The size of your boat and
: in
Junior College
the '',type of water. on which .

you do your boating are the Adjustable Vinyl Boo.
let Lit. Joseph E. "nlol'Dton.eon ,
4 of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer moot Important considerations lover All ri e. SO cents eat / t 1 r
', 4t t\tW1. selecting an anchor The Tclecraph.THE .
4 Balfoixf h
Thornton of .
about'
)M anything; .Includ
been assigned to the 214 l ing' 'brick tied to a piece RIGHT POINT for the --
a.
Member
Reconnaissance Airplane Co. Federal Deposit, Insurance Corp.
'
I>l clothesline will hold a small way you write. Come in
near Flelku Vietnam: A 1961,. 'fishing boat In a -deaf calm. and, select :your favorite ES. One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
graduate of Lake Butler Hlgtir.; .
r ,
"But to .be practical, tin .Evln-.. TERBROOK fountain pen.
School. Lt. Thornton entered .. era
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Cars CollideIn attempting the left turn onto I I Asa 1 p nd.wa efeelin930yearsyoungtodayl! !! ._- .'. ., 'E TL ) 1 1f

SR18. A 1963 Pontiac A fle TEIXGttAVlt .. .. ', .. ) .
Left TurnAttempt sedan driven by :Harold brings remit. i.,. JmZJ..I J ', "tV' ..../

Wanton. 49.- was going .
On SR 100A south of SR-100. : he fckldded I : I
I THE ;RIOHT POr.frfor the IiRAyONI"E,1.
: 62 feet before colliding with ''A\ r
Bradford school teacher the way: :you write. Com In : ; ... :
Mrs. Fhilplfs 1966 Chevrolet .
Mrs; Evelyn Brown Philpot and select :your favorite ES. r, ,.,' .. .. \ .. .
68. was! charged with faUure sedan. TERBROOK fountain pea ., d,. ,, r -" '-- i .. ..
The collision occurred lathe \ .
to yield the rlglU-af-way, I ; .. >. /" 1. .
I southbound traffic lane : : lade f.r"+atlFAl ." '". .... { .
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last Thursday Oct. 28. a V.! .
ahe two and a half feet from the ti 1GETTING .: .4IIf ., aI
when -
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collision occurring center line according to the' ,,1 1'k. '\>.II'
attempted a left turn onto UP .1 .rA".t., 9" .. !r "
6.4 report of Florida' Highway ."", > .
SR-18 from SB-100. "
of Starke. Patrolman J. K. Wade. MAKUMAMY : ,. Q',. ._' . :):,)0: ,
mile south Damage to the right side NIGHTS FEIICUDAf .......' ..... ..._.,,,. ..... i ..
None of the five persons the Ur :38.common Kldnvf.e Bl J f tfflT Tf* .,.. ... I. '.," .1y:; : '' ..
of Chevrolet driven by J. II. .
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but damage t
InJured. and mJ h.s. a.eand.' .
aasac both.day ''; t' / .
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t375.Da.ma.ge to the right .-, -.. surfs I I. I I. .; ,I :. .
$400. you cost Ir.qa..dYbe. -.. \
totaled pt. -
two vehicles front end of Wanton'i Pontiac :- l.ck-cli. Md: f.M sZd tlr.d, m 1: ., . ''W i ,- .
Mrs. Phllpot was traveling was estimated at only I d.pn..d... ) brlng In Mich(..<. "Irritation 1&Jr"l "Ua. oomfort, CT9TIIny bteurbtng I!i Rayonler Incorporated Southeast-.v-operetlorba'atrJeaup J and Glennvl11e, O.4 Fernandlna Beach and Tulsa n..' .*' ""'IIF .' .:,8 1 ,.. 1"-
north toward Starke on SR-t Irritating V0rm la ctivnil. el4 r '* >... JI :
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$75. sins Lnd bjrCKa'UJt .nal..I.pua ell.1. Oe1 i Ty : '"J' ;; .. ,;,. '
100 when momentarily she'slowedamistopped before M .Oil. fla.ua Mrt MMI awe : '.." .. .. '.

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ActivitiesGrace '
Metlu/tliat; : Sunday 1
.school 9:40: Worship It a.m. -
and 8 p.m. Laymen' Day was tir
.observed last Sunday oooduct.ed r'71 r 1r
.. (by H. EX Priest, Hubbard ,d I
sJ 'r7
"Harley, T. V. (Duck, and R. E.
,,Lee who was the speaker of
., i the. day. The WSCS. will meet
-at the Church Tuesday, Nov.
.7, af 8 p.m. I
First Baptist: Sunday School
10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and Y F I
A p.m. Training Union 7 p.m.
d'
'Midweek services Wednesday L w'r i 1
(' __
.8 p.m. F0 _
Church of God: Sunday O STORES
= School 10 aim, Worship 11
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. TPE Wednesday U
= 7r30; p.m. Prayer services .
1, _. 7:30: QUANTITY -
Friday
,. Highland Baptist p.m.ru : Sunday '.. r es: -'_ W'NN.' ...,.no.... IN:....CD. ... ,...1. i
= 'School 0:49: : Worship 11 a.m. Reg. 63* PILLSBURY Limit 1 w/$5.00 '--' ..M-" wN.rLrw
and 7:30: p.m. Choir practice
= '.;6:30: p.m. Prayer services Wednesday -
= 7:30: p.m. The Church ,
has rocestly purchased a ibus F lo ordeSr. a'.G' 49" i ., "'\; \ <
= that conveys .the people to and u r : :; ,r.r, 1 '
from Church. Ralph Wise Is the --

"-operator for the present e .'. '% \ ,'.. '. .. 4q. .
= Also there will be an old- A. ,
w fashioned, social! at the Church .," ., St1CE v '', f-I#' ,
'on Friday evening, Nov. 3; at RIg cSStt. ,-T.. WHITE OR BLUE DETERGENT Limit 1 Your Chok.w/S.OO order ,s' and \ :q..r.;IV s ,;,
e" .6:90: p.m. Barbecued ribs'end '1.4 ,.. .. >.0....
0 "
chicken and all that? goes with "
::. "them will be served. everyone :
"
la Invited to take part" in this Avrow 39 ,co.' 3r\\ :.
''event. *<9 .b '
.
= *"- Mrs. Lee R. Greeh enteredSt -C'\\
Vincent Hospital In Jack- 0 Q '" r 9 '' : :
= 'I4 onvllle on October 29 for sur-I .... >
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.. .err '''
g-ery. Her friends hope the bestfor e5\\ < "'
her and will remember her Reg. 73' .--. GT. DETERGENT Limit 1 Your Choice w/$5.00 order tJJIO! .'nt\\ c.o" t\, c.G .. I S\. .,
= tin the .
1
prayers.Mrs. 0
Robert C. !Moore 'of: I to" I \ '- t-\o.30\ "eJtoli ;
= !Lake City spent the weekend I .1s\\s gad S : -a GR EE>, w
Mrk !(* o. ReO"Io iP tIIO
w with Mr. and W.Moor F. F b 49 0
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and Micky., Mix: and lant M
=, .JAta. J. 'W. Thomas of Live( a J P ; alf 3" Cr1Co ;; r"

=_/ Oak called and en attended. the Moores the football Ja tFriday { 4 No.oti "' 'Or\I Ragulor 1sd 0 a :

_' game In Starkewith Mr I '- < M S1lpo ,.
and Mrs. Tom Casey. PINEBREEZE GRADE "A" ALL WHITE FLORIDA FRESH '-tEDIUM. Reoutot .1i t .1t\a( oMtNal rr \
41- : .
c.\i
= Mr. and .Mrs. Mitchell % ,
; '
_ "Frown' ..:p.. tt-l'-IO t \ t-\o.\ 30
!Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pre- 'n
4 '
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d '"18tt. Mrs. John'' and tMR \ C 5'NE-
Bl'OWnt &. -0.
= '}drs. Bill Powell visited Mrs. .w.. .1r "tJI. MrC0"SNalf \0 .

-_ 'Hospital'Selma Eunice on Sunday.In Methodist Eggs 3 Dozen $1 aequlor'314 'JOt.o. .\a1iP\\''Y" ,.. Ys .. I\s\.

_r Mrs.was D.a Nolan weekend of visitor JacksonVille of- 10\\\. 30'3 Cof\1 Mtplt. A r. 154 t'J\
ReO"\Of eS IQ "
- her -\
parents Mr. and Mrs. T.
::. V. Duck. Reo"IOf'J,9: tot\l\at \rLNES\: b S\. .
- Mr and Mrs. R. E. Lee and ",4 ) V oa"O\ ,

.- John visited Mrs. Lee's par- ..,t.. "( \,\ s\ .
eot, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. A I 11154, .
- t' 'I No.1y1 ReQ"IOf 1))e.-.. 1D
Peterson in Arlington on \ cO't .:.. L tW' \
'r f S
\\ e 0-
3H" 'x
: ,I, Thursday and attended the Reo"IO' ft "{\-\Rlft'l \
L Fair. Mr. Peterson has returned II SLICEp\ O. 'JV' coo c.\I :
home after two weeks Re : In a hospital. f APPLE V ., A Np10 Zequlor "" JD
. Sympathy Is extended J. C. A / s \'\ t.. <
Knight in the recent death of Con 1\\e. ot\ Cold S\ "
. his slater, Mrs. Vera Jackson 0 Sauce. .,6/$1./ No.1\ S N. 3p3< \ .
in Chattanooga Tenn. Mr. and \
Mrs. Knight attended the fun- Rcq. 2/45*'; :''No... 303< ,Cgn THRIFTMAID; doe I,,",,0 .. A\I 0..oulot112 9 ftee\S ..09''" LL
; eral. Mrs. Knl ht.a mother, < t.s < .
*, ''Mrs. Mooneyhan of Jackson : ""rr' s.N41fN.
/ "
Tomatoes 1.. / .
4rA
; vllle, spent the 'week and kept f \t\\\\\ tuu. 03
0'\\
the children company wl.lh MAID S\ ..,.., I .
a their parents''were gone. Reg. 201t No 303 Con THRIFTY Uf.'I A\\ I 'J/'Jlot./
Robert Pyal left on Fridayto BLUE LAKE CUT \ \, fZItE rpotnl:
\
report to 'Fort Lewis Wash. Cofr. // > MChicks" "'
y1 tie
He has been assigned for overseas r Gr. Beans- \s\

Mr.duty and and Mrs is Bud on his Harley way. 61'.1./ t\a tNRIFt'< ICS"f\ 'o\af<< b Chick n $4a\\\IS ISM'1 .

and David. were visiting Mrs. Req. 2/37 No. 30: Cons THRIFTY MAIDfir. 'J-1 Cots I tHIR:Oe\Oble
Harley's mother, Mrs. Delores N"\ s 1001() .
Carmichael, in Jacksonville on Peas' 6BLANKETS $ \Of'J,9= eo'. "{
Sunday / : asp"' f'S

Mrs. O. J. Phillips and ,. .
L.ree ...,.10
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Caskins
spent the iwekend with Mr. and I CNAI 3\\\ ,.
Mrs. F. M Redd and son In l 354 .O 46-0S. e
Macon, Ga. Reo"\Of\ ,Jut"
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frankof f o
Lakeland were Sunday "
'luncheon 'guests of Mr. and "ot\\ -
Oscar Carter. -
Mrs. \ : -
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweatof
Macclenny were visiting gSGOlylf
"' their son-in-law and daughter. \ t ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goolsby, dur- -
ing the week. .
Mr. and Mrs. !Mark Hauler-
Regular! 474 On. DEEP SOUTH pllld
son of MontlcaUo spent Satur- 1 (
i 110, day with Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Raulerson and they all visited Salad Dressing 39
Mrs. Raulerson's 'brother, Clifford -
Cannon, at Troplcana Rest r -
1
_.Home in Jacksonville.. 60 Count
!Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cruce ELECTRIC
of Augusta Ga. announce Ole \ Arrow Hapkins ,101 '
arrival of a daughter on October -

25. Paternal grandparents I Regular 27 .2.Ro"1 I ANITY FAIR .Limit 3 w/:5.00 order
are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce. _

during Visiting theweek Mrs. Effle were Miner Mrs. $988 .L 'A .BathTsue..19? _f ,

iM .Mamle Oliver of Baldwin, the
first of the week; Mrs. Nell ,, 3 p;
_.Andrews of Starke for the day i :Ifc-oz. CRACKIN'' GOOD Vanilla. ChocolaU, Coconut, Butter &
Tuesday; and Zack Roberts of I + ,+
Hastings on Thursday; Mrs. CANNON REGULAR "' 1r4P 0 ;Banana Box Cookies .' '. ., 41.

--for Bettie the Miner weekend of; and Jacksonville Mr. and 'll'-p*. DIXIE' DARLING I\ _

_...Mrs.daughter H.of Fitzpatrick Jacksonville, Sun-and BLANKETS r CAKE MIXES . \L 41.

day afternoon.Mr. L Regular 29< 13-oz. DIXIE DARLING CAKECAKE
: and Mrs. W. R, Dixon 99 '
are visiting their son, H. E. 1 2' t I rt FROSTi IDS ,. 41.Regular .
and family In Bear-
'Dlxon 29* 1 l-Lb. DIXIE DARLING I
creek, Ala. .
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Mr.Tallahassee and Mr .spent Ernest the Hewittof week- Ij RAISIN BREAD .,) 2/49 ,

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end with, Mrs. !Hewitt's parents f Reqular 25tf 9 Pk. ) -
..Dobb., .:Mr. and Mrs. A. D. H IRTRSPRAY l + I FRENCH 1iS.GA:1.: : : :\ 2/39 :

Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett -. 8 Pk. ,
Regular39* DIXIE' DARLING RAISINCINNAMON I /

_. Mrs.of day the dinner H.State W.' Bennett guests Farm,of were Mrs.Mr.Hat-Sun-and 4 91 P BUHS { 29*

;fie Darley, and* Miss Sinna Requlor, 39* .24 Ct. DIXIE DARLING Powdeijcd,; O' Ccrrmut
.Prescott at the Bennett home.
Mr. and :Mrs. J, R. Devore DONUTS .. .' ,:_ ,2/59'

r.and how family at Keystone attended Heights.X the. air CLIP THESE: ._--------..N....-...-.---:--.-..------...-..-........-.-.-.-..----.----..---....--.. a-.-...--.----...---..I ...S--..-. .-.-----.-.-.-----.-.-----.-.........,

_- Mrs. onle and Thornton Mr. and of Mrs.Aubumdale > e EX.--R.. : E71L'i": A. I EX.--R : SE7iICTRA I: l E L'a'RA IER : ,

.Richardson of Orange Park COUPONS FOR 1 1 (.GREEN. .STAMPS"'"+. : i1( I.r...w..r.STAMPS I I t .N ww.w.wr.w.i GREEN STAMPS : I I AIf Tl..rr.GRSlN."!.rrrwr STAMPS : I I /a .fsr.alrrrwr CMtM STAMPS /1 I I dryf..GREEN.. ."..STAMPS. : i'
wa.
,.were visiting Mr. and Mrs. / *t o..eoz.. .. CAM 1 1 Ia '.-Ml FK.. .UICC' /a 'tw '' I 1 1
Crews Saturday after- 1 dw LY OU ""T s '4., tillS '".to! rr.', 1 I..., rNOasN W.e eINS. 1 IfJI II"iro'IIA.\:n.A.O".A. I tIII4 ON"CA.e ...lelC 1 Ii, W'O a.LS.Na..... 1 I,
Pierce La's I1: .un Handi Wrap : rOn Cub Steak : rOt: Cut'lFry.... I Dog fsodOOB a 1 ,, Ground No BeefIItCTI i
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noon. 000. :a."= .
r 'N''V'''__L.J-T_' EXTRA .STAMPS U LOCAL wI.M..... ; OT 000.LOOLL T""U'"ov.W.NN.D,.,. 1 AT 000.._.TM110.. VflNN.VtXI'NOV. .1 .WOOD,. LOU"TN U Y/IIN.NOV........ LOCAL THRU....MOV..'.10''.0AT '. 1 Il 00010 .TN"U.. NOV., s S II

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qr Cheryl) 9plffl

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HOPE BAPTIST CJ'UjtCJ1'
Sunday .School Iff a. m.
i Morning Worship 11 a.in.
: (U $ : TraJnl6 Union 6:30:!: .p. hi.
1 .
: $ Evening Worship 7:19 7: p. tn.
.Wednesday night P1'I\iYer
Meeting' 7:30: with. oholr

a _practice BIBLE CLUB Afterwards.

p t, Bible Club la held every!
D t yy. Monday after school please
: : encourage your child grades
1-6 to come and bring a-
+' '., .}..;,. friend and 'hls Bible.'
"-' Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Cnijvford -
and family were guests
.
\ ',..,\ :ct!! '..I I a t !the home of Mr. and Mrs.
> ". ''K. N Jack OrlffU'! In' Alachua
.
-:11': "' I ,.,
.. "My jM r'H 1, I tr QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES,GQQD THRU NOV. 5 f Sunday.'
I c'
a
d: + 4 hhl hl/
U / waaSSu.reeu.Ixa-coeaIaer-Iwr PercY SuUlvan Jr{ aid
.
? Mrs. Percy!! Sullivan 64. were
: visiting In Crescent CitY

Y !J;sa:: 't: '":'> FRESH PORK SALE Saturday Mr... and Mr'at. .Joe'''finehome Thomas.Mr. ) ',of.

sv. ", -Thomas hew been 111 and:
1'rr't9LCt W. '- -w'! t HALF or WHOLE FRFSH It' f had an operation' and -la
: "
,,Bllf doing "better.. We hope he.
loNQ continues!' to Improve.
NRN FElJ P r'k H ,LD. 5 9 John\ Mantre of Jrfctoon-
# a fi I a I ''illf' s .; JSOq oms O Mirshall vlli W4* a loverBettIe.weekend guest.f .of

,I'r' ,Or m. IIIJ: S W CNOE ')y WHOLE'FRESH Mr.: and Mrs. Clydw. Eat 11.


3-4; r8. ,, Nf-s I dii ";ii I: CUr I Hr0 'EI> Po r Ie Pic i n i C.5 l9f '3 91I' and averts Mr and: !and Mrs.Monday Mm.family.Tlm"Merle"" "night were Rltch Packham of supper and Mr..

61"0 ,
farotty of Pal ka.
.....' 0 .. ..." ASr FRESH CENTER CUT Mr. and Mrs Harold MU13

> / ;'"is s P 0 r k C h LB. 79 Jr.yln", and were family vlsltlnor of.Jeckaon.Mr. and-
$ ?: 2$ (Bo 4. t' 0 P S dAY.!\It"II. Percy Sullivan Sr. Sun--

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E ERgGE 2 Lb. Pkg. SUNNYLAND COUNTRY STYLE We renrrrt. to hear of the
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I ".'.,J.2. ... "4 death of Mrt. Lenna Estelle

Uso", .i...._.... fj '';. o',:';' tI !. S' 8 9 pf of Miami.Homer She and was Barney the ,8IBteor Brln-
a
..".. ::..U. : I ,U 5 a g ..e o c o F lion

Rr-I'NroO CORN FED Cllr 7)..oU;::,;... .:rc":""ate: ... II 9 ,..>., 10-o. Pkg.. SUNNYLAND BREAKFAST LINK Mrs.Mrs: Minnie R. M.Johns Hersey of Sr Hampttt and\ -

a @ONFLFSS eelff<:Otfar.J./,; J t vri 1 vlnitlng In OalnesvWe' -
\
s S 4 9 J. Wednesday.Miss Jan Bearle< !Is at home
Bft.t. ausage ,
(11I O E 9 O ,, O : with the chicken po:!:.

(p CORN fED C"' c'.R /( FRESH BOSTON BUTT PORK'' "'.. ,4 Lb Ayerpoe FRESH PORK'RIB OR LOIN yoiinjrblood Mr.' anil, ,(of Mrs. Wlllletonwere Carious

o' Roast ."....tt of.Mr.-and Friday"* nteht Mrs.dinner E.' B.
W4) ; Lo. 98 11.491 ,Roast LB. 59; SIbley. .

vU .ft I( ; I 1 Mrs. Rhoda: Dampier 'was
> .. vUttlnqr Mr. and Mrs. D.: L.Vlnelrwt .
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CHOtcu :- a I ; and'tamlly"of Glen
S 1S St. Mary Thursday: nteht.
.E : :i I I -X.--RA. Mr! and Mrs. Walter
GREEN STAMP
T '" :AI \.:e- 'dx 1 Swindell and ,.family were
: I; w """" FL'4s ( sS9J i J4>..' itt.wipr'e A-Lm.PREMIUM CAN r thA * w.0 ,. Canned Hams i and Mrs. John Mecenoy:! and
@ '- .n"" family of Graham.,. '
I aooo THRU MOV.AT a ;
L8 ,
I .eA.MN..La' Mr. ahd,'M1e.. 'W. '''E.''.Dampier
Sllfl A 7' .... ... .........:I Mrs. 'J. T>. "Ortffla and-
I !pit ? -lr n a et. Pka.+'fARNOVWCora Oa19 Chlpped Beef Ham"df. //p ,ChervlLthEya:., ); ; Dftnvpler l
"fier.hoiMie\ intents 'Mrs. .I*.
17 'I b IiWd@RAND Turkey 3/1./ .'J, Moon" : attended the wedHnr -
/ of Kathleen Zelgler to
l B 1.Lb. Pkp.J COPELAND tttcknt Smith'" ...t. St. Mlch-
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'w$ A Q ,..
fPLATr : 'V Church In Miami Satur
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Bologna 59/ day.- ;
u ,,. Rirmeli. Ll'e of'' O'Brien was
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10 Count PILLSBURY'or BALLARD CANNED"[ a .attest> of Mr. and Mrs.. J.
: vs''100 S'J'il L.,. I '.. ler Frldayi' : '
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Fre.'St 4t biscuits 4/3/ 9* Mrs. !Sue'' Brnnnen and
11.0 O"' 1 Mrs. 'IvnnT'
.. U .rv'Ir.u.: ..: .. 1f : Hall 'of Hampton.
fA' ..... 1-Lb. BORDEN'S Twln, .Packed Sliced Processed American r and Mrs. E. S. Stbfty'" were
I lit Patatka Tuesday?:
Cheese 79x Miss Cheryl' 6rlffls wi a a
/ 29 w'H"&M t; at the 'home"of 'MissKrcn
JElF'tB. ,
; Broken'' "at 'KeystonlJfT."hts

,. Wednesday thnWghMr
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P//( and'' Mrs. Harry Naif
l9 s au of Miami' spent Friday
9 nl< v 8.. Sfolmr.'
:- -- a Mr.:' Klrbv and.John SwIn.
: r
:
'J 4 : I.-- dell of Pa'at-ka were guests
; ,C"t>irday *of'Mr. and Mrs.
d4
Wniter, Swindell.:'
Mr..: and Mrs Jeule Leawere
PAN-REDI
\ BREADEOiSHRlMP! ,
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weHcerxt ruents' of Mr.ant
.I .. : ; : 2 '& 'T'1 Mrs. K;'W: 'Lee, and'.
O'Brien.
a family of
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1 a.01. Pkfl;TASTE O SEA .

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FROZEN FRENCH FRYPOTATOES HAMMONDORGAN

I I : ; r 5 'Bag '69"8ci 'STUDIO
FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM r'Airltb.rfu.llIammnnd s
1 ; s "ka. MORTON.. Faetorjr Or..r

MEAT PIES' : : .: .5'l.'MORTON $ n 'Corn- 10. EARS' 'S9J. -- Learn to Salon'play A'llrrvlc thn fIaIJY b w.f

r QaT-OAVES) **. U. S. No.I; 1 REGULARPotatoes, 110'N.' W. 10thTlltTR AK "
I
: BREADED DOUGH ; ::pkg:59: 10 'LB 9"'39; -! .::8IIoP.1q- Olds

X/I&R'TO'N/ 'Ab.f.: FLAVORS JONATHAN: BAG 1 '

J MEAT) BNHERS* 2/89 LBO
:
Apples *5 8AG fjf ,
MORTON ALL FLAVORS (C3 COURSE'\ ) ,
U. S.No. J SWEET..JUICY i

I \ DINr"* ,. ;; : : .69? Oranges 5 B G-49;
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pk : ''' u. S ."!o. 'I 1 YELLOWOnions, r Fryers
DJPIW.S... ,. ;" ,. .... 3/t...,
:;VO"R..rON: DANISH 3 BAG 25;

t : IW :PECAN'TWIST .: ; p,069* GA. RED SWEET ,
a) I .
,MORTON"CHERRY'OR' .. Potatoes'I. 5 LBs.59, ff', '!
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BLUEBERRY!! PIE
21.
,,, ". a LARGE FRESH HEADS
"i8-''or. p* MACARONI & CHEESE 4$1.ORtOWMINCE'MEAT Lettuce 2L .HEADS'39LARGE / W .
SMpITHp'S LEMLONEMfR Np"GLit.'I' cE
6Tit R 21/ 1 MEAJY! '$11

Adocados 4
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:", TW. .a. .. f S TWO 'OU". 1 /10 cwt 1 .AeR.R. I 1 I'I COUPONS FOR
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per # 'TII' 1: 411' .ANI"'ICNte HOLiexMAV MOUtC I : ; 3 riNT mewc : J ,/I7 .4. .. : .. .
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_BECTIONT PACK .MX IlRArroun OOTTNTT TKijcoiiApn.: RTABian. 'lnonn T 111 TRill O"Y. NOV. 2. 1D7AAAAAAAAAAALAAALA1



I NEW CORPORATION A parcel of the above. depscribpI 11902 feet easterly from the seconds) W. II&> feet. run Co.nmIM.lo. Room 112 Wll- folow.: Section as5 U-26ll( and the and L. Ls Jobn. J...
tract for Dar- SW corner of saul Uov..rn.m.nt thence S. IS dir s 01, mln It. Bloxhnm ..
parent Building, ". on the. aouth line westerly BO foot right of way Subject : recordedon
CHARTERED HERB row Pit Haul Ronl.Lying Lot 10 of said Section ut... Bl ..cond. W. 101.IS( fart Tallahasa Florida.Al of 6. Township '7 line of State S..clo OH Book 61. page 3H6.

HAMPTONBy Secretary of State Tom northerly of and IBt t thence. from a tangentbearing run th.nc., a '87 degree Ge J. OiY.mx..outv. South,Se..ton R.n. 20 East at a | Uo.l.t h.nc. S. In favor of Kerr-MuOee oil i

Adams has announced the within 40 feet or a haul roiulaurvey of N. 67 degree imlnutea 8 minute 61 jscfontln W. 600 Director point IG48. .. Westerly from ..28610.ao. minutes 11 >eoonda Indlltrl. Inc.
In.. dencrltwd a fol 28 seconds W. continue r.et. rm thenen N. S degree 10/2 2t 11/2 th. SE corn.. of said Section. 6 W. 10 feet, run thence MHCTIOM' : $1i'0-900I! MATHHOAI
chartering of the following lowe: northw..t..ly along 00 minute. 05., aeoonda. ; W. V run thence N degrees. 46 mln- southeasterly 6 feet mora or ) lt-till! BKADFOHBCOUNTr
Jo Ann Inch In Bradford Begin at the s'1 corner of said curve through an angle 480.38 feet the Point of Beginning NOTICE Utaa .. J E. 4418.68 feet less to the westerly too JDKHCHIPTIO
corporation
new 3 .o'nd.
Borltow Pit No 1. daacrlbedabotfe ot 06 degrees 21 minutes 41: of Borrow Pit No 1, to Beginning; of rlgut of way line 1 said SRI). NO. 100.1 IIiA'AGJ

AAAAAA.AAAAA4 .. .AA... County: Howard Floyd Enterprises run thenco S 8ft de- soconda distance of 268.0 AI.O Haul Roa For Bo..ow .TO ALL CREDITORS said survey line, run thena State Road. Section MG20-US EASEMENT

Inc.. 0X1: S. TempleAve. grefH 112 mlnutea, 1 anconda fuel to the end of old curve. t I am not responsible for S. 16 d.lr..1. 46 minutes 1 aeoonda at a point 10 feet ..outhe..lylfrom Lateral Ditch Left Of Station -
W feet to the of paid run thence N. 72 degree 48 A parcel of the above described W. 441A68 feet. the the Point nt .,
FRED M. DEES
.. Starke. Authorizedstock haul 7 road nurrey linn. mlnutea 09 aeeonda W. 376.6'' parent tract for .Bur any Mils made or signed by south line of S 6.tO Township 10 feet S..lnnln. 152I- 2'.UThat
run
IVed M. Dees of Plant Cttyparsed feet. to the end of ...Id ..urv..y'In. row Pit Haul R6ad. .
100 shares common at not 7 20 E"tNo..th
: own bO root
Containing S164 acrea more .. each aide of and anyone bearin my louth. along Ild westerly Nto of 8E14" of Section 8.
away on Oct. 30 after l exclualve of Lying ( Section 8. right of line to anJ! point
$10 per share. Dealing, In or I. exl.tnl ALSO: within120 feet of. a haul road personal way Township 7 South. Range SO
Township 7 South, Hang 30( '
rood right of way. of beginning ALSO.A .
tf lon illness Funeral rerv- real and propertyIncorporators That part of: survey* .line Maid survey linebeing Robert O. Carlton East
personal Owned By: A. F. McDavId I East) at a point 1648.61 feet parcel of the parent tract
J held Nov 1 in H14 of SH of Government descrIbed aa followa: Lying .outherly of and
ices were on and Mildred McDavId his wife 11-2 westerly. t..m the NE corner described follows:
Howard Floyd aa
; 2tp
: Lot 1 In Section 80), Townahlp Commence at NW cornerof of said continue within SO feet of a lal..1'dItch
the Plant Ctty Baptist Hunjart To: Option t. Begin at the Interaction of
Sharon A. Unr."ord..d 6 South, 20 Real Morrow No..I de 1..ton. line. acid
Richard T. Jones. Range more aa thence S. 46 minutes survey aurvey
of
held by Continental the westerly 60 font right
Church. Mr. Dees was a former to purchase ..
Hodge. ail of Gainesville. Oil Company. partluularly described aa fol acrlbed aboverun thence S. I. "The Circuit. ConeS Of The 21 aeoonda 1470.94 feet way line of State Road 8-131 line being d.lrlbed. follows -
resident and Is survi ecby Iowa: V S degreea 00 minutes OH aeoonda Idlaihtli, JaillHail, Clmult. In to the beginning of .5 curveconcave S850-anot and the :
three sisters Mr*. E&.wlTldwell : 1 Filed Oct. 23. 1967 ty Richard PI.EASF TAKE NOTI'CE Begin at the intersection ol!' W. 145,52 feet to the Aad for .Ur.df..d CountyKlarliUi. to the having a Seton 80 right of way Commence on the south
.. N
of
Tlklnl the n..rthol.t..ly 60 foot right Point of Beginning of BorrowPit radius fo line Section S Township
T. Jones, Box 1113. of feet run line of Road of .
889.13
'
Bertha Mo- the
Mrs. has been filed In
and of way line of State Road 1. Haul Hoad survey line, Law thence )' along South Bangs 20 East at a
Intosh of Hampton. and Mrs. Oalnes'Vllle. atyled cause by the Petition- S..olol 2H64O-2601 and the run thence 8. .87. degree 45 STATE No ROAD DEPARTMENT aid curve aouthweaterly) total. Section. 18510-lAO run thenceN. point feet. w.t..lyfrl
Starke. era. the acquiring. authority of southerly 60 foot right of way minute tl seconds W. ltl.03feet OF FLORIDA an central angle through.... 8 degrees. 13 minUtes 11 the 148.1 corner of sid
Pearl Ralunes of thane prooeedlnl' for the line of State. Hoad run thence a, 80 degrees Agency of the State of Florid minute a distance d.lr. 8 .ond. E. it feet run th.nc. Section 5. run thence. N. 16degree.
,- PERSONALS taking daurlhed Section 28130-101. run thence 65 minutes 21 aeconda W. J74.( northwesterly 10 ft. more or ..
THE RIGHT POINT for the *. and BRADFORD COUNTY feet to the end of aald 46 mInutes second
2 Dennis Boajk Is home from In the 1.ltlon. for thepurposea southeasterly alonl the aoutherly 556.1S f tet to the'.nd of said a Political 8ubllvl.lon of run then. a. 34 .*, 28 le.. to the eaaterly. 60 foot E. 291.0 feet to the I Point of
25 way you write. Come In d.c..1 b..d. 60 foot of way. lIne survey line the State of minutes 21 seconds 4..I..e.. right of way In. of said StateRoad ( of said ditch survey
Camp Lejeune N. C. on a to wit. .. right of way for apo..lon of State Hoad Section 28130101 Containing 10163 acre Petton. 28520-150.( .
.
and ajelect your favorite ES. era v. A. F. .t feet to> the beginning. a Seton run thence S. 74 degree
day leave. He will go t to Camp of State Hood 235 In a. diatunce of 60 f..et.. run more pr (eaa. Defendant curve concave to the Sit having at a point .. northerly In.minutes secOnds W.
TERBROOK fountain pen. County. FIO'la. and thence southwesterly a distance Owned Bys KerrMoQeeCorporation. from the Point of Beginningrun 2 5
= Pendleton, Calif for two TO SHOW CAUSE a radius of 190986 feet th.nc. ft 69
TELEGRAPh that the P.tlth>. apply of 18 feet. more or leaato. : SUMlON ANI> run aouthweatrly th.nc. oul..rly. 16 feel 18.00 t.t. minutes ..
wetks training before going of V th.no. said & right of 2 .oondl
for an Order 1'.klno., the northeasterly 60 foot PLEASE ? TAKE NOTICE NOTICE OP HEARING along saul. through a total .1. t.ot W 100 run thence 8. 69 i
= 'to Viet Nam. and such other Ordur right of way line of State that a Declaration. of Taking Notice Of Eminent Domain central angle u..v. of 3S degree. line to said point of beginning degreee t..t minutes 61 seconds ,

Those. from Hampton attending Court d.ml proper before Road 231. Section 28640-2001 has been filed In the above- Proceeding: 69 minutes a distance of ALSO. : W. 100 feet. run thence N. edegreea ,
In The Circuit Court of The the Honorable O"o. U. Pat.n. at a point 60 feet 8., 42 d*<. styled cause by the Petition V In The Name And By The 1133.78 feet to the end of said That part : 80 minutes 09 .ond.> I
the Halloween tarn KlKftth. Judicial. (.....,nlt. laAnil one of the Jildgea of greeN 14 minutes. 89 Seconds eec, the acquiring authorityof V Authority Of The State Of curve and end of said survey The parent tract aa described W. 171.70 to the end of
= Ival In Waldo last wek were For Uradford (;0...,.,. cuit Court of the Eighth JudIcial E from the Point of Beginning these proceedingor thetaking Florida. line, ALSO: above. said r.t."Jlt survey line. ,

Mr.\. and Mrs. Pete Harrell Florida. Circuit In and for Bradford run thence N. 42 do.gr of the V property da TO ALL. WHO" IT MAY A parcel of the parent tract Lying ((1)) southerly of and Containing acrea mora. .
Law *o.8TATIO. County. Flo..lda on the ...* 18 mlnutea 39 secOnds scribed l In the .Petition I for parties a* deacrlbed a',ov". within 60 feet of a conatruo- or lea, .. 0.11 of existing .
and family& Mr. and Mrs. ROAD DEPART. 1 day of D. 1567, W 60 feet to the Point of Be for the piirpoee therein da- CONCBRN. having. any right tlon c..nt."lne and ((1)) northerly road right of way.

= Charles' Hicks and family.! Bill MENT OF FLORIDA anAgency 10:00: o'clock A. M, In the. ginning. scribed toi., a* 'the rights title, Interest .estate mortgage within Lying BO feet Northerly. of of ant construction centerllne Owned Byi! A. F. McDavIdand !
and Louise Hocan. of the State of Florida. Bradford County Courthouseat Contalnlnl In the aggregate 'o-f way pit for .a or oner lien to on those a survey and to the ..easterly' 50 aiJIclred McDavId his
.Underwood, _n., Starke.. Florida. All pR..tle 10.81 more or less, .x- portion 'of State Road S.23. certain parcels of o land hereinafter b.lnl de.crlbe aa folow.: foot right of way line of State wife.

= BRADFORD COUNTY a Political to the ault and all parties. In- clu.lv. of existing road right In Uradford Coun '. described and the following of Section 8. the line 7 Road Seton 110-250. Subject To: Unrecorded Option ,
Mrs. formerly Subdivision of the Stateof may appear and be way. and that the Petitioners will Township said
= Grace Beal t..e.te persons together with con.truotlol c.nt.rlne to purchase held by Con-
!
South. Range 2(1( East (Southline
the and placedealgnated Owned By Kerr-McOee apply for Order of, .
: Corpartition. an Taking.
hems
Florida Petitioners v aa :
Of week lm. all persons claiming folow. tlental Oil Co
the Bahamas. spent a unknown of Seot'on 5,
CLAY ELECTRIC: COOPERAT1VB and auoh' other Orderaa tile by .. under known Tow.hlp Commence on the line
= with. her parents Mr. andMrs. INC.. at al)., Defend- You and each of you are suit '. loLl 1(51.2 Court deems proper before persons who are dead. or who South Hange 20 feet. a of S.ctl. 8. Township 7 7 hat: PLEASE a Declaration) TAKE)of NOTICE Taking I

J. E. Adklna. She now .nt. hereby commanded to appear ItlliHT OK WAY the Uonorabl. 0< L. Fatten are not known to be dead or pont the 14.1) .. of w.t..rly said SoOth Range 20 Ea.t (South has l e, e n filed In theabove
&SUMMONS. TO SHOW CAUSE! by filing an Answer. to the That part of: one Judge of the Circuit alive: corn. line of Section 5, Townahlp 7 .
'will reside In Jacksonville. AND Petition heretofore filed In Lots 2 and 3 Section. 80, Court or the Eighth: Judicial Continental Oil Company Section 6, run thane N. 16 degreea South Range 20 Ei; .t) at a styled o.u. by the

= Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Brook- NOTICE: OF HEARING this cau..n. the entitled TuwiiHhlp I South Hung 20East Circuit, la and for Bradford o/o J. J. Dorgan E 50 feet 46. minute the Polni 21' seconds of beginning point 1548.61 feet westerly, Fetltlvnera,of theaa acquiringauthority .,
.
Notice Of Domain County, on to from the N23 of said 1 proceedings
imminent *
Ins celebrated their 42nd Flortl. t. Rockefeller Plaaa corner .
of for the of
""ov.8, aald line taking
Court cr before survey property
on ouch aide of and 17 day of
Proceeding: V Lylnl A.' 1. New York New York Section 8, run thence S. 1ft degrees -
wedding anniversary on Oct.S. .I In The Name And By The 1967. to ahow what right title 60 feet of the aurvey 18 ut 10:00: o'clock A. .. Corporation run thence S 16 degreea 41. 4g minute. 21 seconds described In the Petition

= They have S chUJren 15 Authority of The Stale of Intereat or lien you or any of line of State hood 231 Sec Bradford County. Courthouse K..r.\oGe. a. Korr-Mo- to minutes the south 21 seconds line of W.Section 60 ..6, W. 844.84 feet to the Point of acrlbvd fur the, to purpose wit therein a. right'Sn.

Jrrandchildren and two step- Florida the ton 21020"1. said survey at $tarkC'Wlorids.-. ; Gee Oil Industrie, Inc. 7' Beginning of aald construction borrow .
have In and to property Township South 20East and drainageeaaument
you way
V TO ALL WHOM IT MAY lne d..I..d tta fel parties to the auH and apartlea c/o George H. Cobb' Vice- n.nle survey line, said point being 11&
deitcrlbed In mild ( 7 S. for of
= grandchildren. CONCEHN.: and to all persona and .how cause. why Petton. l.wl: lnter.t.d' may appear President Ker.-M.o.. BuildIng H. 20 N'En.att...H"':'t l545.ei the beginning of a curve con &Slate. Road S-8JI. In po..ton
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks and parties claiming or havInir fur .m.the Uegln on the east. line of and be I..d at 'the time and Oklahoma. (lif: OkalhoKKCTION cav to the SE bavlnl a rad- Bradfore
be feet Florida and
wealerly the NEcorner
nut County ,
& .lloul. t.k..n Section : Township 6 place. ,.. of j
any right title Intereut.estnte d.HI.n.te 229.18 th.ne..outhw..t..ly
.
Sundw S.utl. ma. r..t
nd : forth In
,
T family spent
purposes pet of said' 8, continue i'elltlonera will apply for aaordvr
.
U".I Range 20 East You. and S.ct..n .
mortgage or other IItnto at a poilt eacP5O( )you are among said curve
= afternoon, at Six Q'in Territory or on tlloae certain percaleQf the Petition flied herein.Wltnean !31.tU feet northerly from hereby commanded to appear 2:21.. IT"'NlO"U thence .S. II d..r... 46 through a total central angleof of T.klnl. .and such
Hand and the "A'"UII minutes 21 .. ) W. other Order Cotdeems
land hereinafter. my corner of said Section by filing an \ Answer to the .ot'd. 170.04
at Ocala. described 19 th. 11" IlKMl'HIPTIOMilHHI : 39 degrees 29 minute 10aeconda .b.to: !
this
thla Court to the the
Real on beginning Honorable
of
and the following persona, together 30, thence N 44 Petition filed In t..t dliitanra. of 237.94 proper
= Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kelly of with all unknown per- day of Oct, A. O. 1007.SKAL. 1 IH minutes 39 aoconda d..ro.. thla 010.heretoor. entitleCourt HHillT NO.OF 10J.1 WAY curve concave to the NW having feet to a enil. of said. cu..veand
_> Winter Haven spent Saturday None rlulmlnir. by. through "I' ( .) 3H13.SJ feet to the beginningof on or before Nov. 16. That part of: a radius of 3310.72 feet.run the end of said con.t..u.cton the Judges of the CI..cul

Jill; Tuesday with their parents under known persona. who- are Charlea A. Darby. a curve concave to the HW 1167, to show what right, U. ((1) that part. of the along said thMC.uthw..te..ly. centerllne. Court of th. Eighth
Al curve through a
dead who having H radius of 264.70feet tie. interest or liens Circuit. and fur Bradford
or are not knownto you or
8
NBU HW'4 of Section ,
=! Mr and Mrs. J. F. Ad he dead <>1'. alive: Clerk elf Tho Circuit Court In run thence. nDrthw..t.rlyolonl any of you have in .and Township 7 7 South" Range 20East total central angle of 17 de ontalnlnl 1.08 ac..e.mar. County Florida, on the 17th

_I kins. Continental Oil Company And For Bradford County. said curve through an the piuperty described' In' lying Wept of exlatlngState greea 3T minutes. a diltanc. of road 1..1.. right of of exIntlnir I day of November A. D 1967,

2 O.en Harrell of FSU In Tallahassee c(o J. J Df>rgan l'lo..lda... M. Moody DeputyClerk .nlrle of 23 degrai 07 min P.tl. and chow cause. why Road right of way running 17,4. run feet to thence the end H. 0 said degrees Owned By: A. V. WiY.McDavId at 10:00: o'clock A. M, In tint.
opus 48 aeconda should I Bradford Courthouaeat
30 Rockefeller Plaaa a distance of not be take New County
from Brooker to and Mildred his I
= and Miss Oeraldine New York New. York 1236.61 feet. to the north line for the ue and set Hlver. lea in 23 minutes 21 seconds McDavId. wife.Hubject I Starke Florida. All parties

day of Starke were visiting "I.-I-TIOM: amMi'taimI 8'rATII: T. A: YAW County Attorney Of Government ( ot 3 In Section forth Inthe m::file the SB corner one acre, eua.. atNBK W. 186.70 r..t to the beginning to purchase To: Unrecorded held by Con Option to the cult and all i parties In-

>.lr. and Mrs. Pete Haireh IAI> .EtC IIMAIIKOIIII i'UI.;"- Bradford County Courthouse SO), Tnwnahlp 6 BOlth. hereto.Wltn. and SVT% of NE-4" of' the SR] having curve a concave... to oflOonfCi tinental Oil Co. created i may aj>pear, and be
'ivElulir SndRONALD Kange 20 East south Hand the .dh.1 heard at the time and
ItKHtlllPTIOMHOF: Si a ike Florida, ( 1m. .ft'ov..rnm..nt V Section 8, Township 7 South .. .. HKfTION UNI2O-ZHOI: place
lust weekend r.t. run aouthweaterlv "TATF
= WAY K. LEE Lt 10 In Ion Seal of Court on this Rang 20 East, AND C : HH dealgnated.You .
Mrs. Ruth Matchett and Sill) NO. llia.l 19, Townnhlp South Range 19th day.l O'lobor. A. D along said curve IIOAII:1 "
llaydnn Burns BuildingTallahaaaee I of ; '' UNBRI and each of you are
((3) Commence at SW 0". through an angle of 11 degrees .1' '
20 East
That ) at s
of 11902 .
.Airs. Mary Williams accompanied part : FloridaOf from a point feet 1917. SwIg of NEK of Section {2 tniniiten, 02 seconds u ,I. "(). let... KM.U RIGHT hereby commanded to appeal
of easterly the SW
8WU NW of Section )
14 of
Counsel the Petitionr" corner Township 7 Rang 20East of 384.46 feet td Point WAY I by filing an Anawer to .
Mrs. Barbara Pierson
0.
= said dl.t.ne.
7 1'01 Government Lot of lolth.
17. Townahlp South. Range 10 Charles A. Darby, for of of part. of: titian I heretofore. filed. In
Beginning aald
a r
:Ito Jacksonville airport; Mon- 20 'Kaat. said Section 19. thence froma Of The Circuit Court In b..lnnln. .lrv.y cause la the entitled Court.
C.r and thence run run thence S. 87degree* W* of of NEVi andWest
Lying o-f and within 10/3 1/1 tangent bearing of N. 67 For Bradford lne. Ri or before November 15. 1967
to weat County
= New York to catch a pllna 80 feet of the. aurvey line Circuit Court Of The W. rlorlda na Brooker8oouTHole 200.00 feet. to the end of saIdsurvey of NE>4 Section C, Townahlp to show what right, title, interest -
of Htate. Road Section In The conlnl. By Beulah M OF liens of
.1-235 northw..t.rl Moody Road ; thence run northly line, ALSO: 7 South, Range 20 East you. or any
:for Malta ta visit her husband 280110-8601 aald survey linebeing ..JI.I.1 Jatllrlnl Circuit la curve Clerk. you have In and to the -
V property
l..puty along said easterly bound
.r Uradford County.Florida. of OH degrees 21 minutes' A parcel o-f land being Lying w..t.rly of and within .
deacrlbed followa .nll. T. County In said
aa : Attorney Petition
who Is I In the Mediterranean d""rlb.d
d
Dan. point dl-
bounded the 60 feet of the lineof
= a distance of on east by the I survey
dottO
Benin the north line of .cond. Bradford i and .
on 88.07 County CourthounStarke r.lnt'a why the same
'
SHU NW and cu.
: six months feet % west 60 foot State Road 8-211. Section
: for Section 17,< Townahlp 7. "South LAW :NO.STATF. to the end of said and right of way line ahould not be taken for the
rd Florida ftW'A ot of Section 8,
S duty. While there she plans Raha-e. 20 En.t.t a point V ,ROAD DEPART run thence N. 72 degrees RONALD Townahlp NI" Range 20East of 8t..t. Road H-331. and 2112"-2901. said purvey line uaea and purpoaee set forth In
follows
13:11I.8:< fret eaaterly from theNW OP FLOHIDA. an minute 01)) ."ond. W. 376.67 Haydon Bunfla Building bounded on the south by thenorth aa : the Petition filed herein.
to visit Paris. Rome and othet corner. of aald Section 17 Agency the State of I'iorld., feet to the end. or aald survey Tallahassee. th.nc.. run on auld. division 60 foot right ofway'' line: Begin on the south line of

: :jxlnta of Interest. run thence S. 01 degrees. 118mlnut. and line. V. Of Counael .Ilorld.. Petition ln. to that point of b"llnnlnl of State. Road Itl, ana boundedon Section 5. T. 78., R. 20 1 1.. at Wltneaa 0) Hand and the
a .. SORADFORD COUNTY. a Poll- Containing 7.162 acres more V FXCJP the NW by the arc of a a point feet weaterlvfrom Sel of ,.thla Court on thla 19th l
34 aeoonda R. 1058.63
era
O'June Ellis left '%aa;. V NEK of Section 5. 1".8 day of October A. D.
Mrs. or .. curve concave to the NW having ,
tlcal HubclHlalon of the Stat Ie. of the of sail 187.
feet the of .
to beginning a .lu.l. 4t ll/l lE co..er .
: :'Sunday for Georgetown 8. C. curve concave to the eaaterly of Flrida. Petitioner* v. road right .I.tn. ,1/1, Townahlp South Hang 2.Ba.t' a radius, of 200( feat, ...Idcu..v. Section fi, run th.nc. N. 19dearritea (1 1A

Rafter .spending a week with havinga. radIos of 11.411t.18 at a,!l.. Da- Owned By: Samuel Dirman which lie. west ofBrnokercout b.lnl. tangent to thonorth 41 mlnutea 21 aecondaE. Charles A; Darby
a feet run thence aoutheaaterly. t..ndanUI.SUMMONS. and Esther. Dorman and his INVI'.MO TO 1T ) BY THE Hole Road fot right of way 4418. feet. to the begin. Clerk Of The Circuit court In
I her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. along aald curve through TO SHOW CAUSI! wife; V BRADFORD COUNTY BOARDOF AND line of Road No. 18 at nlng of a curve concave to And For Bradford County.

: E. Adklns. total central angle of, t de- AND Samuel Jackobaon and PUBLIC INSTRUCTION : (3)( NEK" of SWK of Section the west end of paid curve the NW bavlnl a radius of Florida.By .
gre57. mInutes, 80 aeoonde NlOTJCH OP HEARING Jakob.on. his wife ,Btl Competitive,ale bid* will I,V Townahlp 7 South Range 23 and tangent to the NW 60 foot mo.86 feet th.nce northeasterly Heulah M. Moody Deputy-
u illatance of 1335.00 feet tothe Notice Of Eminent Domain Subject To: Option recorded be received. >br .. n..4fodCounty East (NW of the preeent right of way. lln. of State north and northwesterly Clerk. "
Inm Book 61 at Botrd Public Inatruo Brook r-Naw River. Road) and Road Suction 285202001ar along said '
Davis Grocery end ",'t..LI curve, run Proceeding Page H36, S-II. curve throughan T A. YAWN County Attorney
thence iii: 03 ".d.greea, 64 mlnutea In the Name And By The In r.o Kerr-McOee tlon until 10:00: A. M. November <(4)-'NlOt.) of SEt" of &Section. the .... end. ;.cf ...Idou..v. anll. o-f 24 degrees fig mlnlitea Bradford County Courthouse
*"* State Of Corporation. 7. 1967.. ..t.the office of th.Bupelnt..nunt 5 Township 7 South. Range. 20Eaat ., ALSO: seconds of
And Market 04 a.JB. >da. E. 1113.02 feet Authority Of The Formerly Known a. distance Starke Florida and
: I to t CatS aurvar Una Florida, a* Kerr-McOee OH Industries,,V of _Public Inatruatlotn' (north and Weat ofllroOlterew A parcel 1 of land In the parent 8U." feet. to the end of said RONALD B. iZjfca

co.tarttnlr ..11& acrea, more' TO ALt. WHOM IT MA' mo.: V V Courtnouaa ou Rlv.r"Road). I tract being described by aurvey lne.Contalnlnw. Haydon Burn. Building I
: Opens Thursday I 'f sill,. Vo. II..1 IllS su"i for Lying. each aide of and '
metes and bound
; or leHirevolaelT. of ..xl.tlnlrIr..a. CONCERN and to all pe."on.and the Hale and ; aa folow.: 0.349 acres more T.laha..e., Florida
.. jftpW Df way. .. claiming. or having IUol'" 0V WAY oneconcreto wlthtn60 feet o-f, the survey Begin. at the ....... or lean, exclusive of .. For The Petition..
: Davis Grocery & Market., 0flW *yf A. F. MoDavId part.right, title Int..o. Lateral Ditch Left Of Sta and altuated block at house 60S North*Orange line of State Road S-231. Sold the easterly. 60 toot right of road right of way. .xl.tlnl ... ,
'1
Mfdred hIs Lion 850 -/- 16.0O survey line being daacrtbeti aa wav line of State Road 8-811. Owned ,
and McDavId estate, mortgage or By Agnes W Johns ]
Street Starke VI l .
0/2 f
Starke's newest business opened WIle.Sibject. to or on those certain parcelaat That part of: 'l'h. ". Joustbe TL -- V.- -H.--- 1/1

its doors to the publicS .T..: Unrecorded Option land hereinafter. de".lb.d. Government Lot 3, Section able.ucr..tul blddi honeswithin .V
a move
Thursday at Its location on : to purchase held, by CotieentalVOfl ,- and the following persona. to- SO 80 Eaat Townahlp 6 South, Range I for' y, $th.iat4) 4oy ,
Co. celher with all unknown per- Llnl (1) IHt of and from lat ., of bid{ .
wd '
: W. Brownie .$t. [Highway' MHCTIOV' SW 4H2 H>t" STATEltAl aona elalmlnl by, throu.1 orunder within 3 and ) right Further lnforuiumlien l of.rh. be : I
9.1K KHAnFOItO 'COCN- are of and within 30 feet of a BUMNESSDfflECTORY
: 16 West.] '. lateral. ditch obtained at the office of thSuperintendent .
TY DKMCHIPTIO'VH Vslim. who known survey .said
dead ,or are not In. .
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The store la home owned .. No.. ......I HOMItOW ,PIT dead or alive ditch survey. line d.- ,. : ot, Publfc. Inatruotlon ARE
of Bradford
and operated by land\ Borrow Pit No. 1 .i,.ft Of oECb' .40-2a01 STATE scribed aa follows: .The Board.-ofPubilo1'1nezru.' County.
: Commence on the north line ; :
Station 110 -/ 00.0 ? 8-2:11: Bradford County
: of ot ctlo-n reserves th* 'right!to aocaptor -
Davis
Mrs. Dorsey L. of Section 80, Township S
That part : Namea And Addreaaea raj ''bide. !
It
Starke V and will be open SWI4''. 'ot NEVt Section ,5. K..rr-cGel'. Corporation Range 11904 feet 20 East. at a point -. otThnm- an'r a Cue. J,. AU' SALVAGE. I LADIES WEAR Office Equipment

: seven days a week, from 8:30: Townahlp 7 South, Range I* 0/0. George II. Cobb, V. P. NW corner of.easterly Government from Lot the IQp1l.jt.Jt. n,; : r i
I Kerr-AfcUee BuildingOklahoma ELECTRIC MOTORS
East deacrlbed aa followa! 112NOTICE' iI
S In 0/J
S a.m.tolop.m. Commence on the south line City, Oklahoma being. said Seton. 30, aald point _, -; ,c V BRASINGTONCADILLAGOLDSMOBZLPi Cherry'sGainesville' I
on of
of Section. 3. ". wnahlp 7 SlID No. 1041, 10:1.1: .c a curve V '
'Mr. Davis says that. fresh South Range 20. ffiaat at a 105.2, 111.1, concave to the SW having a, rs 1llR8ny.ntvEN,, 1 ,Hancock Office

: meats wUl be cut to order In point 13S9.U feet eaaterly. 111.2. 900.1 radius of 2164.79 feet thence that. the :un..IIDed. dealrlnf' Most
from a tangent bearing. of. S. to engage. underthe ELECTRIC
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SRCTIOIMtfHoanni:
the store. and fresh fish oy- from the SW corner of aald ITATP 67 Addren For
Section 3. run thence N. 01 degrata .> ROAn H-ltll: : degrees 26 minutes 28 seconds fictitious dam' of 'JACK'S Faaoabl.1 EquipmentSmUrnaAutor
: .rters. and shrimp from Cedar 68 mloutea 84 aeconda. CoUNTY DBUCBIPTIONSHltll E. run .0uthealltel3 EGG h m, Flop- I' JDRESSKS .

Key will be featured. W. 423.94 feet run thence N. WAY No. M.t RIGHT OF angle along of said 14 curve degreea 36 minutes Ida.. "Ftp'U"Xo1,' ., reglaterth Htarka. BALKS ,SERVICE Motor Repair Co.Of MATERNITY
94 mlnutea 11 aeo- .
Mr. Davis recently return 0 cods degreea IS. 723.40 feet run thenceN. That part of: 19 seconds a distance. of said name .With the Circuit F Selection of Used Can ACCESSORIES

: .ed from a year In Vietnam. 1 degree 02 minutes 09 aeo (I) 8W14! of Section 2*. 70.1.feet. of to lateral the Point ot Be of the Circuit Florida.Court of Bradford Taken GalnervlUev,.Inc. T W. Unlveraity Gain..vflh.MEN'S .
ditch County Cadillac Trade
survey Dealer
thenceN. Township South Range 10
ond. W. 1248.55. feet run O
where he was employed! on a I run thence S. 72 d V JACK 'UNES
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88 degrees bt mlnutea 61 Eat AND ((2) 8ft of S',4 of In. tOOl N.\V. 13th. 441
: construction Job. The family aeconda K 71 feet to the Po4ntof I and all of Lt 12 In W.gre 220 Oi minute 86 econd .OU.1B ilAB HINES & ReplrnRevde WEARL
of Pit Section 80, Townshln South. feet to th* and of V: 10/14 4t 11/3 cVceo
is originally from Baker No.1.beginning run thence N.Bo..rw 1 degreaa. Range. 20 Eaat. AND lat..a. ditch. aurvey line. .. : -. ,. PHONE 378-5301 and Used & L
Men's Adding Machine
: County but lived in Starke 07 mlnutea O9 aeconda W. 100 "Ie.t th."f. of In. 0.104 acrn' moreor :' le The. Ce.a
prior. to the time Mr. DavU. feet run thenoe N. 88 degreea 5wt4 .. road lees, exclusive of e"l.tln. Bradford ......1. VlurldajIn WORK GUAAE
r>2 Ilnute.. 61 aeoonde B. 7 Wt41 of NVVV4 and ami 0 fSw'4 right or way ALO: I PreSets We. : Florahelm Shoe SAL-mRVc.RA
: went overseas. They row re feet run N. 1 d"lr.e Lt...I Ditch IN RE: Eatbt* ,of CARL CRANELiNPOLr4MIRCVRY Phone 372-8318 F

aide at th.lr home on W. 07 minute. 09 ..ond. ) Lying went. of State Road That -/- 16.00 Of,81'.1 JOHNS, Deqeaaed. V, wo Pluma Suit SAVE. TIME Discuss

Brownies Street with their f .et. run thence .N. 5* degreea. 231 and being In Section 31. Lot part a of and: 3. NOTrcw TO CREDITORS; Ladies Sports Wear J
,mlnutea. 51 aeoonila E 400 Township ft South, Range 20 All creditor of. the'...estate of : Arrow Dress Shirt
: three children. 6 f.et. run thence 8. 1 degree. Fact. Township 6 South, Hang SO) Carl Johne ,deceased. are rut with n* flret.

07 mlnutee OK aeoonda K 600 Lying each eld of ani" Idast.Lying hereby and r.qulr.dtf'
II a feet. run thence S. 88 d.r...... within 80 feet of the. survey In ((1) right of and with. rile .nottl.d or den> nd. Authorized'Sale a Service Farm and Industrial 13 W. UniversIty OalneevUle U .Main & .
26 .
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feet and (2) left of andwithin
A ClBMlfled Ad hi the TELJE4JRAPH !:- 62 mInute 81 .oond. W. 476 line of State Road 11. Section SO feet of a lateral .\hloh U.y may hay against 806'B.: Unlverrttji Equipment !1.
feet to the Point of Beginning 281)40-3801. aald linebeing .14' _In the office .of Olu MOBILE HOMES
: brings result of Dorrow Pit No. 1, ALSO: d..crlbe aa toUowa: ditch survey line said ditchsurvey County Judge of Bradford. V ,1..1Wl

.' Begin aouth line of follow line being d."rllo.a* CountyFlorida, la ..the Court. Phone 3724201Crane's V

a Section 32, TOwnshIp 0 South, : house at, MUSTANGMobil
Range 20 Eaat at a point Commence on the north line within ala cal.ndlr, month -
1828.10 feet from the of Section 30. T. 4 8. B .20 E. from tb.-'-
easterly date of th*: fIrst Imports Santa Fe Tractor
I SW corner of call Section 32. at a point 119.A3 feet easterly publication of : this i I Homes Inc. P AIN. GLSLiddelIPat
INSTANT/ aotca
HOUSING run thence N. 28 degreea 49 from the NW corner of Oov- Each claim or' demand ,

mlnutea 39 seconds W. 666.60 ernment. Lot 3 In said Section I I b* In. rltn. and, muet.>.tat* Volve .e..t.. to nthe beginning of a 30. said point being on thea..o the ., r..ld.n0 and OalnegvUle Discount Mobile

concave to the NE having of a curve concave to the post office the i'IAT-rnl1JLtr Home Eat. &
'ad.r. (
NEW 12 WIDES I a radius of'' 10D.1.-U feet.. SW having a radius of 184.7 claimant and be sworn V Purchase I
entire
run thence northwesterly feet thence from a to by the JlalmbnU hla* agentor FORD 0
: FROM $3,299 UP I along said curve throu-jh a bearing of S. 67 degree 26 ho"aHorn.y. or It .wlU be 2201 N. & OalneevlUePhoiva chain iiarantee hug cartnga Co.

I I total central angle of 27 degreea minute 28 aeuonda J Pun law. GJas
43 minutes. a dlatanne aoutheaaterly. along old i Ix 372-4373 Farm Tractor A Implement NEW MOON CAPEULA _
Reconditioned 8 &10 Wide. 1"0).2 feet. to the end of curve through an angle of 14 / i' rgRo1I'"t- V. V

.rv.., run N. 01 dewraea. 0'1 degree 36 minutes 19 *econda C..Ex.culor Estate' of Ford Industrial Equipment PA KY

1 2 and 3 Bedroom Models II! mlnutea. 39 aeconda W. Ul a distance of 730.27 .feet ., decejiaedEUGK.NB Beauty Academy Used Moble Home L A PA
I r..I. to the beginning to the Point of H..lnnln. of F. SHAW USED Priced. aocroved
filldlnc Door-
curve concave to the SW haying lateral ditch survey lln*. run 132 South .Walpul .Street EUM Wit et 0..1
- : ALL AGES ALL PRICES a ....dlul of 1664.75 feet thence N. 72 degree lit minute sHarks, Florida ., -' ",-, V ,' .1100 down.

run thence northweaterly. 35 econde E. 400 feet to Attorney ,for Coexacuter. sS PART 8ERVICB 820 N.W. ISth &441 T Enoloaj *-8O Deer .
along .ald through an the end of lateral ditch eurvy 4t ll/' POWELL'S Nor
: Bob Dodson SEE Bruce angle of 20 cur.degreea. 21 mlnutea line. 101 V iC UP A DHTLJVERT Gaa.v .VlndowmAwntorX5arpe4WaUpaper8torefron !,

Marti 29 aeconda a dlatanca ol1017.DO Contalnlnl 0.486 acre moreor LEGAL .iJ C OOLLJCOT
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ft to the north line of le.l. of ..I.tn. WILL NOT NOIC. Beauty Academy 4488 N.W. Sixth Qalne vlH.
Sen. 32, T. A S.:. R 20 E, nt a road right of way. RFlpNSIBL"J
: FOR BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR point| ft. from Owned By: Samuel FOR ANY : lUWER
TiE D..man :
18.2 .te..ly MADR WY- AMYONEJ OTHKK Profession Phone 378-2348
RECONDITIONED the of Ild Sea. 3i and Esther Dorman, *: L a I YOU OonanlUUo.,
MYSEL.V Signed S.SO !
: V
(aouth line of Section O Samuel Jaakobaon and Betty TIA
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II Tow .hip t South Range 110Last Jackobaon his wife Holmes *02s Itp -1/t s Spare Time. Fl or Part Tie Long Distance Moving 1' N.W, xte attk .
) at. a point 8..3G feet Subject To: Option recordedIn Local .
eaeterlv. from the &8W. cornerof OR book 61 at page 216, NOTICK DAY A EVENING CLASSES Drya
SUPPLIES
Mobile Home I said. Section 29. thence In favor of Kerr-McO NOTDJ( 13 HERBBT CilVEN GARDEN Storage Pag prating OA8V ITJ-Bltl

1I 1, from a tangent bearing of N. Corporation Formerly known undersigned dealr Shipping

I 21 degrees. 25 minutes 08 aeo a. Kerr-Mcde Oil Industries.Inc. Inl to .nol.. In busfneaa/ on- ,L Tuition Term FREE ESTIMATES CAll

LOW DOWN PAYMENT onda W. run northwesterly I the name of
I along aald curve th..ulrh. an Nlill NO. _.1 "WHITEHEAD[ BROTHERS" '219 N.W. 10th Ave
angle of 20 degrees 53 mlnutea IIOHOOW PIT at 1102 South Coller Road. HILL'S MOVING SEWING MACHINES

: MONTHLY PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT 3' aeeonda a dlatanca of Borrow Pit No. 1 And Haul St.rk. Florida.., Intend to Galneevllle :

I 1001. feet to the end of aald Road Right Of Station 338 -/.- ..I.t.ro the said name with 18218 Johnson & Paris, Inc. & Storage Inc.
curve, run thence N. 42 de- 00.1 I th of the Circuit Cou..tor. ,
V FREE DELIVERY and SET UP I greea U mlnutm 39 aeconda part of: Bradford County, Florida., 1 National Sewing '

W. 1052 55 feet to the weat SV4 of B\t of GovernmentLot Maltland Whltehead" J CONCRETE PRODUCTS Complete Line 5540 NJC. R4.Oalneavtlle .
line of Section. 29. Tnwnehlp 6 1 Section l 30. Township 1 May Belle 'Whlt hea.
South Rang 20 East (teed. 6 South. Rang 20 East and a> PIIIE : SEEDSPLANTSIasectlcldePet --- 81.U1
MUSTANG line of Section 30 Townahlp 6 HWU" of NW' of Section 29 201-5 North. .. I Machine Co., Inc
V
i South Range. 20 East) at a Township Rang SO Stark, Florida' : INSIST THAT MUSIC ;

point lU5f t.t norU..ly Bust, described aa 'olow.tComm..nc. ,10/2,,4t' 1/," A TOU SuppeFT ,
from of aald on the Nw Home V
Section SO, run thence N. 42 of Government. Lot 1. Section INVITATION. TO153'' I CONCRETE PRODUCTS Lipham Music Co. &Nalco,,,

18 mlnutea 3* ..0. Township 6 South Hang BYTATK "
; d"lre.
MOBILE HOMES, 3813.83 feet to the ::8'E at a point 3244.17 feetnortherly PVHCIIAIIIWG- ''cowMISSiON. ,ARE'TDK BET FROMEdward's Universal Sewing KU.

b.wlnnln" of a curve concave from the SB Co..no .. We Rent fertilizer Spreader1 Gabaagvlll) Shopping Otr. '
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'ILA'SSfl.IJ.oa.o"
tl th. having a radius of of said Section 80 run Isles Service
2864.71 feat, run thence northwesterly N. 87 degrees. 45 minute I Building STO-uss .
: INC.U.S. along said curve seconds E. 10 feet to .Competitive. Sealarf1 Bids 224: N.W. 8 Ave 110 N. W. 10th Arena Unit
though an angle 25'degreea. Point of Beginning of BorrowPit win b.' received by the State V N.IJ.Ne |5 monthly

: Hwy. 41 North Phone 752-2797 07 minutes, 4 aecenda. a dla No.1. run thence N, t d.. Purchasing Commission,. until Supply Inc. PHONE S7J-O479- AutorBadv Budged
(:
lance ot( feet to the gree minute aeconda 10:00 AM ESr, on data T.r Araflabl
u:1th: '
Lake City, Florida north line lf.5 LotS W. ::4:2? feet,. N. hownTfor': the sale',of.eurplusPOpePtl' V P15.V Piano* tc Organ

: '. In Section 30. Townahlp 8 67 69 minutes 61 **oonda V \ 726 ,8. Main.8724344OA1NZ3VflL GaeyWe Gut Glbaon Ooya .II W.

; South Range V 20 Ea..t (south E. 700 fact .run thence November .<..,UU'lln..,Oum Ludwig V t1rt. G
For -
Headquarters. Instant Housing line of Government Lot 10 In S. 2 degree 01 minute 09aaconda Bid Blank, andapeclflcatlone n Slingenland.Feuder '
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E 400 run thence be obttlnd V 1-18
Suction Township South. may Stdr AmpweV
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BRADFORD COUNT TFXKORAPTI 8TARKH.! FLORIDA 8J1CTlON: S PACK I
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Hand Tornadoes 3rd DefeatBulldogs

Unbeaten l



Teams. Top I -,c '.c:_'' Bounce 336In

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'J PALATKA Lake City and r't: E'o.f 14
:' Live Oak continued their unda- I .
an unhearaled passing attack set with
." -4: up a
feated tmi- L
football race this weekend F-
while tough, patented running game Live Oak's undeafeat-
the Palatka Braves
dropped from the charmed i.: ed Bulldogs demolished ,Coach David Hurse's Tornadoes

circle season/wise/ with a loss I0 : : 33-6 to end Bradford High's homecoming celebration '

\:. to Class AA Mainland but still W on a dark note. on offense. Even !B -team I wi'.4:
remain unbeaten in the family S I It was the Tornadoes' third quarterback Charles Norman I. :,n'
' circle. c, 4 5 .straight: defeat leaving them Is injured with a bad shoulder.

i- The Bulldogs of Live, Oak S S > rsM 3-3 for the season.Quarterback Mercer's Injury now leaves
,
will be favored to remain in ,- j I, Chip Harris the Tornadoes hurting in the
the select group \tills' Friday S passed for three touchdowns !backfield as badly as they have

against Orange Park. However 4 S I,and set up a fourth with along been hurting In the lice. The
they cannot take the S. S throw. Three of the big situation comes in the face of
Raiders lightly. .5 5 aerials went to end J. W the toughest part of the season

Lake City and Palatka will S J' Stamper two TD fosses of 17 Fernandina Beach Lake
S
tangle at Tiger stadium in the S 4' and 31 yards and a 52-yard City Orange Park and Bishop
second billed display of undefeated S. ,. 5 I pass play which set up another Kenny in the last four

teams in a row /iwlth J Bulldog score.Speedster games.
the winner still having to meet I Andy Cheney held PlayByPlayWasting :
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Live Oak for the title and a 7; I : to SB yards by the Tornado defense no time employingtheir
hot at the District 2 crown k did score one TD on a running attack the Bulldogs -
and a chance of the state Clnsn' seven yard run and fullback cranked up after Andy
.A championship, which Bradford Ken McKeithen' bulled across Cheney returned the Torna
County High has held for Bullring, tacklers corner the Tornadoes' Larry'TVIerrer Mercer played quarterback most of the time against for another from the one. A does' opening kick-off 23 yards

two years for a IOHS in second period play In laat Friday's homocomLive Onk because BIIS's regular signal. .. caller Billy Brlotey fifth Bulldog TD came on a. and then took a pitch oat from .
Lake City met its stlffesl Ing tray which the Tornadoes lost 83-6 to Live Oak. It had bad .shoulder and could not throw effectively.] Brlotewasn't 17-yard pass from Harris to Harris and skirted his left end' "- ..' .;- I.

competition In several weeks so all the time, however, ]Mercer gained 120 :yards Mill be bark this week however. slot] 'back Steve Law. for blockers.14. yards BHS safeties behind'Mercer three Live Oak's) vaunted Andy (Cheney scamper- for yardage in
Friday as had to 'bustle Two fumbles by quarterback-
they i
top for the night on both teams. and Warren finally the second period of the Tornadoe's homecoming fray. FridayIn
Johnny
to keep ahead of the non-con running back Larry Mercer,
ference Rickards of Tallahassee on the BHS 19 and 15 yard stopped him at the Live Oak which the Bulldogs soundly trounced them aa-& CheneJ

/Iby a 20-14() score. Bryan John lines, set up two of the Bull- 47. gained. only. 85 yards! however a bad night for the Live Gals
eon kept his flinging arm In Weakened TornadoesSet JY ''Games dog TD's. Calling the signals Keeping the attack on the speedster.

practice by throwing two Injury because of quarterback Billy ground Harris mixed his running Bradford's Larry Mercer gained 1X0 yards and had a five-

touchdown pasaes a six yarderto Set TonightA Belote's bruised shoulder. Mer- backs well alternatingthe :yard average before ,jhe was forced from the game with a
Roby Dobolateln and a 43 cer turned in a good performace ball between himself, full- broken collar bone In the third He the
period. was leading
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back and Cheney
yarder to the speedy glue- Fernandina except for the two fum- McKeithen
For PiratesCoach doubleheader football contest -
ground gainer of the Bight.struck. .
fingered 'Craig Busby while is set tonight Thursday bIas] one on. a missed handoff The Bulldog speedster, a threat
Cie Tiger All-State fullback Nov. 2, when Bradford High's and the other on a punt re on every play, was not favoredat
candidate Danny l? Greene David Hurse will take set right or left' ; most ot the one direction for a sfep, then ninth grade team meets: 'Lake all in the ball carrying department. :. Belofe. at the helm lifted Live Oak's first play Unit

smashed in from the two yard his Injury weakened Tornadoes time. Rowe a left handed going through, am opposite Butter at 6 p.m. and the regu- turn.But the BHS senior 'back lost 10 yards trying to pass then Harris went to slot baek
line following a fumble re to Fernandina Beach tomor- passer, throws well tout likesto hole.The lar Baby Tornadoes meet pow went. out in the third period I Tornadoes Fooled when Mike Hampton and Terry 'Steve Law for a 15 yard TD
covery. The Tigers also ,took row night for a confrontationwith run the keep around either Pirates' offensive line la erful Gainesville High's Baby with a broken "collar bone sustained -. Catching the Tornadoes completely Bosaerman broke through to pass. The Bulldogs' final score
advantage of two pass Inter- a 3-3-1 Pirates eleven. end. He is a good runner .ac- more of a size to the Tornadoes Hurricanes at 7:30.: when ,two Bulldogs hit off guard Harris\ tossed nail him. came with 8:19: left in. the third
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ceptions. Described a's' a strong team cording to BHS scouts. than most teams have Now 2-4 for the season' the :him after a 23 yard run. Be- his rirsf pass of the night to Bulldog Break period and they led 33-0 after
Live Oak, which added a star In preseason notices. the PIrates Rowe mixes! his running at- i been. Biggest men on It are B-squad lost to St. Augustine' : lote had to take over the signal -'Stamper standing all alone in Mercer fumbled the handoffon Harris added his third extra.
to its performance last season have beaten Macclenny. tack well alternating the ball tackles Tom Lohman 180 6-0 last Tuesday night in another >, calling: then but could not the Tomado end zone. The TD second down and Hampton point of the game.
by playing the State Champion St. Augustine and Camden ''between his three backs. Left pound senior and Denny Robinson close one. But one of ,throw effectively although he came with 0:19: left' ; In.. ,the first recovered at the Tornado 11. Harris ran an excellent night

Tornadoes of Starke to a 7-7 County Ga. They have lost Co half Steve Solomon, a 165 185 pound, senior. their two wins was a. 14-O Victory 'completed] four of nine aerials. period. Harris kicked the point Cheney made good his only-passing for three' touchdownand
tie. came back Friday to show Santa Fe Bishop Kenny and pound senior has good speed Guards Mason Bean and Mark over GITS' B-squad. Mercer completed two of three after for a 7-0 lead. strong. 'opportunity of' the setting up still another
this was no fluke by flouncing Green Covo Springs and tied and runs well. Fullback Larry Bean both 165 pound seniors Coach Chuck Mason said his short tosses.Before With Mercer at the helm the night' going the 11 yards in with, a pass. The Bulldog signal -
the Hursetnen 33-6. with Madison. Robinson, a 190 pound junior. are quick and trap well, the Baby Tornadoes turned In an- being. ; forced ouf of Tornadoes made one first downon three straight attempts and caller, stealing Cheney's
quarterback Chip Harris steal- With nine Tornadoes aide- rums high but hard and Is difficult Bradford scouts say. other good effort against St. the game Mercer picked up 120 their first chance to handle getting the TD on a seven yard thunder threw! for 139 yards
Ing some of the 'Andy Cheney lined with Injuries' and another to bring down. Lohman and Mason Bean Augull ',"e. but not quite food yards in 22 carries for a 5- the ball. Mercer and J. RoyChast'een run on.. third down. The Bulldogs and completed seven of 13 pass
thunder as he passed for three fullback Tex Patrick. Right half Lee Goodwin, a are the only Pirates that go enough to win. yard average better than Live at the mnlllnback had> their third TD Just attempts. He also mixed his
touchdowns two to end J. W. hobbled with a bad knee the 185 pound senior Is a 'bIg both ways. Bean 'plays the important weakened Oak's vaunted Cheney. spot< ran for seven yards each. 2:10: after the second and led running attack well, callinghis
will be
Stamper for 31 and 20 yards Pirates will have the Torna- strong boy who runs hard. His roving monster position The Tornadoes loss of- Using their bruising running They were two yards short on 20-O with 7:03: left in the first plays excellently so that
Harris also' booted three extra does at a distinct disadvantage probably the Pirates' best going to the strong side tonight by the game to draw the Tornado defense the second series however, and half after Harris added the the Tornado defense could not;
points in the Florida Star Con although Tornado coaches running threat, although he of the offense, on the Pirates' six startena who have to been in. tight then hitting Belote] punted to the Bulldog point after. key on any single back.
moved to the 'varsity replace -
ference win.Cheney are preparing as carefullyas does not have great speed.< 0-3 monster defense. there. Stamper ''With a pass the Bulldogs ]- li. The Tornadoes, on the attack fillS Crank Up
an All-State half] possible to prevent a fourth The Pirates are not primarily Defensively, however the Pirates Injured players be the scored on their opening< In bad field position the wfth Mercer calling signals Finally] cranking up \their' offense
back prospecf, did run for one straight defeat. a passing team but will are bigger. Their two Those who will on drive of 87 yards. Using 12 Bulldogs ended up a yard and Belote at running the Tornadoes drove'
TD a seven yarder and full- The Pirates two platoon' all throw around '10" times a senior tackles are Al Talbtrd varsity this week are end Tim running plays they moved to short of a. first in three trys back made their second of from their 40. to the Live Oak

back Hank McKeithen' added but two men, which will give game mostly to Solomon and 200, and Bob Johnson, 210. Murphy guards Tommy Blackshear center-. (he BBS 17, then Harris passed and Harris punted 60 yards on first downs 'of the half..Mercer four yard line in the third
another on. a 3 yard ''blast. them still a better advantageover end Stewart Flkula a 175 Both are strong and tough. and iDavid Nail to Stamper for the score. a long roller that was well skirted his right end on a period, tout failed to make good
Billy Betote Starke's tine the Tornadoe's' who will pound junior. The Pirate defense will havea Danny' Jackson and quarter- It was the same strategy all covered! to the: Tornado 17. keeper for 19 yards for the the scoring opportunity. Mostlyon
quarterback sneaked over from have around 20 players and Their best running plays are weight advantage over the back Mike Norman. night long except for the two Mercer completed a pass for first. !But on the .second 'seriesa the running ot Mercer, who
the 1 footllne late In the game will have to hold substitutes, off 'both tackles a cross buck Tornadoes with ends Ron WildiC.180 -, Blackahear played the entire TD's set up ""by the Tornado four yards ,to end Ronnie two :yard lo* and a five had gains of 8, 3. 13, 54., 3.
after the Bulldogs had hold] t'o a minimum. going to both altes2ad Ca: fullback ',-.e..:: and Ed Mercer. 183. Live Oak '''game af offensive tumbles. Then the Bulldogs Grlggs'"and fullback Patrick yard penalty .leftSMnt' ,just and 7 yards' the Tornadoes
"for three downs from the same Pirate quarterback Terry I keeper from the cross- Lehman at 180 holds down guard on the 'varsity and simply bulled over the out- back In action on offense after short. of a second first despite out Mix first downs through
pot. i Rowe directs his eleven froma buck, a'reverse, and the counter the middleguard pot. Murphy got In four quarters manned Tornadoes. laying off a week with a another run of 13 yards. the !Bulldog] forewall. But :Live
The other league game saw pro offense when a back. with the 'ballcarrier faking too. Three more! TD's were added bruised 'knee drove for four Belote's punt was returnedto Oak stiffened Inside the 10.
Bo)les take their third straight for a 26-0 lead by the Bulldogs more But Mercer was stopped the Live Oak 21; Four yards throwing Mercer for a six yard
win. after opening tho season In the second period to for a three yard loss on third short of a first on third down loss in three tries. A final pass
'wIth four straight lessen, as 10 Tornadoes Hurt puf the game out of reach. down and Belote'a] punt went Harris went to Stamper again from Belote! to Bonnie Grlggawas .
they clobbered a hnplena St. I Beating the Tornadoes for only 28 yards gIving the Bulldogs on a pass play that covered low and, incomplete.

Augustine Yellow1 Jacket team the first time In five years, possession, on their 45. 52 yards to ,the BH3 21. Mc ,With the game grinding on,
27-0. George Tomllnaon again Live Oak never let up. But Bulldogs Bite Keithen iwwaf around, right Live Oak could get only one
led the Bulldogs of Holies on Hard the 'Dogs were able to reach McKeithen was dropped for end for 20 yards through' the first down and Belote returned
the ground and in the air as Injuries Hit Gridders I'paydlrt only once in ,the sc- three yard loss' on first down unsettled Tornado defense and H..I.' I'mn0 his 43.Tornadoen .
by Cohen and But ---
be scored one TD and set up ond half] as the Tornado peas Mayton. on then plunged] over from the ; Make It
Harris
two others. defense tightened up. That I second down hit Stamper one for the !Bulldogs' fourth
for 14. to BHS 89. time, the Tornadoes
the ThI
The Yellow Jackets got three TD came after (Mercer's' second yards TD, giving them a 26-0 lead,
drives going (tout Bollen defenders "We're putting life Jackets low as one would expect.under Back Dennis Hall was also arts: Ronnie' Grigga quarterback fumble. McKeithen got two and Cheney< Harris' point: after kick failed, would not be denied as Mercer
Kee Eng. a 200 pound on them when they're In the the conditions under which the added to the 'list when he< Billy BeloW fullback The lone Tornado TD cams two and nine on two tries for with 1:52: left la first half. Charteen Belote'and Patrick
senior guard. and sophomore whlrpool" joked one coach as Tornadoes are going Co play broke his hip in the Live Oak Gene Mel>';in. running back early In the fourth period on another first down at the IBHS Mercer end Patrick ran for ground out all but one of the

back Bob Davis led the attackto the Tornado tutors sat around the Pirates.S game. J. Roy cnaTteen and flatJcer a. 52 yard drive which saw 23. one first down before the half 48 yards in seven plays. The
the Fornandina In addition to fullback ] In. addition guard Steve Jr>"n Warren. game ended that way, 33-6.
stop them. Wayne Silver, evaluating upcoming Cohen Mercer put out for the season. A motion penalty pushed ths ended but they' couldn't move
Tex Patrick will be Crawford and tackle Allan Defensively the Tornadoes ;with another sophomore defensive game. With Belote at the helm the Dogi back to the 31 before the ball when the Bulldogs
:back. intercepted a Yellow Injury riddled is too weaka hampered Friday because of a Crawford were Injured In the will have Melvin' at middle- Tornado attack was clickingwith Harris went to Stamper again kicked off to the Tornadoes to for last year's 7-7 tie.
Jacket pass to set up the first description of the conditionof knee: Injury which is still hobbling I Palatka game and will still be guard Bill Ruby and Charles] his passing and Mercer's for his second straight TD begin the third quarter. But from the Inside the one
Bolles touchdown and /get the the Tornado grid grid squad him. Junior Gene Melvin out this week. i Smith at tackles Donnie Elder running. It took IBHS four toss. Harris point 'was low ('be') going was tougn as Patrick
as they prepare to travel to who has been out with an Injured Two bright spots have: appeared and Scottie Smith at ends downs from inside the one to and to the right and Live Oak Tornadoes Stiffen and Belote took turns at
Fernandina to take on a Plrafo foot until this: past!: week in the lnju-y story,. Mayton and Ralph Morgan at get the TD, however, as the led 13-0 with 9:13: left in the A stiff Tornado defense the denting the stubborn Bulldog -
STARKE team 'which was described as, will replace Cohen at middle- 'however. Captain Andy Mayton's linebacker Warren and Belote Bulldog defense stiffened unwilling sooond period. stopped the (Bulldogs five forewall. Belote finally
strong In pre-eeason talk but guard. and Patrick at fullback. back I etrained l.i the at cornerback and Grigga and even with a 83 point Belota returned Harris kick- yards short of a first but Harris went over on fourth down but
which 3-3-1 '''Melvin has a reputation of Palatka. ; seems to be Chasteen at safety. off 'punt was fumbled by Mercer to run the extra
now possesses a game lead Co give up a. point to the nine yards to the Tornado ,his attempt
BUSINESS! record In seven games. being tough In Tornadoes practices !- okay now and quarterback Big BUby a 103 pound Bradford eleven. 29 before disaster really at the Tornado 15.
P&lrei
Latest loss making the ninth but the injury has kept Billy Belote's ahnuldur' whlcn sophomore, will also see plentyof Fine defensive performances Off Hefting penalties nul [Continued on nexV
starter sidelined this season, him out of action for the first kept him from
DIRECTORYAUTO Is mlddleguard] WlUle Cohen, half of the season. his usual effectiveness cgalnst: and perhaps center. captain Andy Mayton, mlddU-

who broke his Httle finger In Counting Patrick there are Live\, Oak. Is coming around. guard Willie\ Cohen, tackle
two places In a drill Monday. 10 Tornado grldders who won't The Tornadoes have been 3 Charges PlacedIn Charles Smith, and safety
Cohen has a cast to his elbow, see action this week; .did: six depth shy all seawn! lona! Larry Mercer 'before he was in HUNTING NEWS
WreckA
:AUTO so serious was the break and are out for the year., Two, They have never been able to/ Auto jured.
will be out because of Chat for center Robbie Smith and I fl"V1' two, team. to cnmmll-lfi Mrs. Beth Mayton. playing his usual
Starke
woman,
at least this week. Jim 'whole line. Now1 they don'tdare the
guard Shuford were out Connell 88, had three charges superlative game, paved
Earl GarageALL It's a wonder Tornado even before \the' season started dare scrimmage at, all. 'her Sunday way for the Tornado score bydrilling
KINDS: OF coaches could still crack a with 'broken bones. To that list Six players have be M moved when placed the agaliut car ah* was driving through the big S DEER SEASON OPENS SAT. NOV. 11

AUTO REPAIR WORK joke ,or'even ponder playing a has been added junfor' BIll! up to the varsity from> the crashed into the rear of another dog line as Belote Bun-I .,

AH Work Guaranteed. football game Friday night In I Adams senior end Plen Gnann. B-SQuad. Sophomore Guard the Florida Highway ball behind him.. The
the face of their Injury crisis and Tommy Blackahear has be- Be The
Phone 961-7005 ,, 'the Tornadoes' ]leading Patrol reported. contender for' al1- tate Prepared --- Shop Where
,but both players and rusher running back Larry: come a starter: he played the was In on 18 tackles to lead
Stark
So. Walnut. seem to be bearing up.'CoaOhe'j! Mercer who broke bIaS collar whole Live Oak sramo at offensive Charges of reckless driving, his feam In that category too Latest Is In ,Stock
Equipment
and valid
the no
morale doesn't seem '' /fbone in the LIve' Oak game. guatlt! End Timmy leaving scene Cohen,was In on 12 tackles
AUTO: SERVICEGilbert Murphy. a freshman got In driver's license were placed and Mercer9., Smith was also
four quarters in the Live Oaic aR'BInst'MnI. Connell after.her '
offense rolling. I a 65 yard Tp run made_ it a game. He will play at offensive 1950 Buick ran into the rear a standout on, defensa. as he USE ,OUR LAY-A-WAY 'PLAN
S. Brown Orange Park moved out of 78 yard play.. Tlnsley also hit end to spell! Doinle' Eld- of a 1962 Studebaker, drivenby shored up the out-manned Tornado. ,
the conference to take on a Carl Johnson on a 64 yard and Ronnie Orlsus and at LassIe Joan Holder, 54. i forewnU.
I Standard Oil Kertlee- Station Class AA Jacksonville ,team In .touchdown.. pass,' and sophomore er cornerback to spell Belote and Mrs. Conned received bruises; Had it not been for those and Bank Financing On Guns --- 20% DOWN
ATLAS a strictly defensive battle. end Walt Walker caught a John Warren. and abrasions and Mrs. Holder' three Mayton. Cohen

TIRES & BATTERIES finally whipped the Forrest 21 Tinaley TD aerial. A third sophomore, Hugh was not Injured in the mishap Smith, the Tornadoes would
5 Budget Term* Road Service. High School 7-0 when the STANDINOSConferenoe S Stevens. a 175-pound' running which took place Sunday. Oct. not have been to, the game in C SHOT GUNS C HUNTING CAPS
Raiders recovered a. fumble at the second half. BHS coaches
All-Seanon '
Phone 0647071I4O7 29 one-tenth mile west 'of
back from the B-team. may C CLOTHING
C COMO.
midfleid. ''Freddie, Solomons WLT "'LTLake Indicated. RIFLESHUNTING LATEST
N. Temple Starl.eHURST'S see action at middlesuard! to Starke on .8R-16.
skirted end for 28 yards City 300 700 Short handed! and injury C COATS SNAKE BITE KITS
spell; Melvin who will be going Damages to the front of the
quarterback Mickey Brokas, on Live Oak, 30:0: I SOG I both ways for the first Buick were estimated at 9100 riddled'even before the season 0 HUNTING VESTSWATERPROOF HUNTING KNIVES
a fourth down.. and eight'situation Palatka 300 I I 810 the Tornadoes 'Were even la '0 BOOTS. C SNAKE PROOF LEGGINS
officer. Trooper -
Investigating
threw 23 to 'Arnold time.Danny by yards 331
Park 121
Orange Jackson, a 195O.Il'Id O. C. Garrett and at 1150 GUN CASES HUNTING STOOLS
'
Guard Steve
SHELLS Braden for the score of contest.
only ISO 330
Starke sophomore,( may see action to the Studebaker. ,, C NEW TYPE GAME BAG
:MOST CAL. RIFLE AMMO.
and tackle \Allen
the. game and Wayne Sweat Bolles 240 340St. at center to rest MaytoS.Other \ | Crawford
rvice Station
booted the extra point. Augustine 041 0 8 1 sophomores moved up A passenger in Mrs. C\m- Crawford both starters,, WeN C ASSORT. GAME CALLS ALL. WEATHER SUITS

Gas Oils Lubrication In Palatka the Braves, suffered RESULTS!:! : are guard ,David Nail and nell's car David D. Hatcher out with Injuries. End Plen C SHOT GUN SHELLS HAND WARMERS;
(Goodyear Tires' ft Batteries a lapse In the first half Mainland 61, Palatka 2S quarterback Mike Norman. 34, Hampton was charged with Gnann a Tornado stalwart, I C INSULATED SOCKS SAFE KERO HEATERS &

ROAD SERVICR' when four .pass interceptionsand Orange, Park '7, .(Forrest 0 AU the B-squaders start a voluntary intoxication. was already out of the season C INSULATED UNDERWEAR I..ANTERN'FEATURING .
SOl and 100 Stark a strong Mainland Buc Live Oak 33, Starke 6 very good chance of seeing a with a broken leg.

team ran up a 41-0 edge before Bolles 27, St. Augustine I 0 lot of action. In each case CARD OF; THANKS Belote'a shoulder, Injured! In ACE HARDWARE

METAL WORK the Braves got cranked up and Lake City 20, Rlckarda 14 they are the back up man Our recent. sad toes leaves the Palatka game, had been. a
finally the game ended 61-28 FRIDAY'S GAMES should any substituting be us with grateful hearts toward well guarded secret. !(Buf it was

I THOMPSONSheet with Charlie Hood the star, In Orange Park at. Live, Oak done. Working Tuesday the neighbors and ,friends. Their apparent something was wrong
spite of the loan. The big (conference) Tornadoes 'had 20 men in comforting expressions of when the Junior signal caller
[ Metal Works Brave played the tailback spot Palatka at Lake City (conference pads, counting the sophs. sympathy and thoughtfuiness: gave way to Mercer Friday Starke Builders Inc.
because of injuries and probably ) Starting offensive line up will always be remembered. night although 'Belote played Supplies

fc-All Types Metal Wori.- won the spot for keeps, St. Augustine at' 'eleiay" for the Tornadoes at Fernan The family of Arch Dobbs. defense all night became.there:: ,
running for 109 yards In a (non-conference) dma will\ be center Andy May- was no one to take his place
, Heat & Air Cond. dozen tries and a !58 yard TD Starke at Fernandina. (non.onference ,. ton guards Tommy Black- there. 219 E. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 9644201TI1UR'InAV

'.' ,_ Systems Installed, plus catching three passes for ) shear and Ralph Morgan, tackles Adjustable Ylrarl Book ''WIth Mercer's injury. there I
,...Rd. 16 E. ph. 961-5723 88 yards. One was a short Belles at'' Green Cove Charles] Smith and Scottie Covers. AH sta*. 19 cents eo. \\M now no one to. relieve him,
pitch from Hollia Tinaley and Springs .(non-conference). Smith, enda Connie Elder I


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3 PAGE UKAU1"OKII COUNTY TRLE<.iUAPII. HTAKKK. FLORIDA _


1r .,, . an action to foreclose nrreement.
under ratio determined by 'I""t" ,
a : '
'The Trip Psychedelic Study I for U toed encumbering1/ the fol-
I I the type of program. lowingde crlba I
.dfo-rd County, Florida:
Of LSD To Screen At Florida Because It is a new college, The NH Quarter of the 810 STALLING'S CORNER
Santa Fe has not nod tune Quarter of the NW Quarter of
] Hoctlon' It, Township 6 South,
'.nte Trip,'* which: plays at Ity 'Gorman discussed, LSD to build an extensive scholarship Ranir 82 toast ,

the Florlte Theatre Sunctay-: with more than 50 subjects program Thus, its resources w has been tiled against you. and LOUNGEYour

to Tuesday, Nov. B, 6, and 7. who reportedly took the tfrua.: for the matching 4 copy you are of your required written to defended carve. a, OASIS

Ia billed a* the. first motion Voluminous notes were compiled funds programs must comeprimarily If any. to It on Kali' Kata
picture to tell the real story by leading "experts" In from local scholar S r rh attorney. for Plaintiff, whoaoaddreaii CLOSEST Spot For
Is 33T East Fomyth
of ISO. the psychedelic field.. Under ships and gifts. Scholarship i ih Street ''JuckBonvlle Florida, WINES BEER
The psychedelic mix-up: medical supervision, Gorman and gifts of ,an unrestricted 12108, and file the original LIQUOR -

vo- Open 9 A.M.12 P.M.

da's mind after, he takes LSD and Incorporated his own experiences can be used to match Federal H 17, 1961; otherwise a
-tn "an effort\ to solve the problems into the body of the funds Under any one* of judgment may the be entel'.da.aln.t demanded Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M
for relief -
of his' life film's matter you
complicated subject
the several programs. A few In the complaint of
and rain peace of mind The To Implement Peter Fonda's scholarships have .alreadY petition.Wltneae. SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST :S FIFTHSOR
'Trip" which also stars Susan my hand and the
Journey into the psychedelic .ben made available by local n- neal or said. Court on October QUARTS .
Strasbertr. Bruce Dern. unknown the director: usesgraphically professional and service SS. 1KOT.
Dennis Hopper and Sail! imaginative acts ) (SEAL: )
groups but additional money ,, ea'T of Starke on U. S. 301
Sactose and exciting J 4 8 Ml. South
a young and costuming. The use of T rl 1a tYd; 11ftu. ,1a Charles A. Darby,
C\\ from local Is needed!.
sources '
h- Clurk 'Circuit Court
cast. Is underthe producing
for vivid color Is stalking as an One of the best known e rjral'Ib itlDo's1.. By Ueulah M. Moody Deputy
of
reins Robert Gorman
Integral part of Fonda's wildly Clerk.
'American International Pictures. changng moods and exper- government' programs for Thomas Gary Daniel I 11/3 *t 11/23

college students is the Na- ._--_.. ._. ....... --,
iences under the drug. tional Defense Education =..4-. '
fro give his film authentu-. Bedford Lake Family
Act which provides nine

Federal Funds AvailableTo dollars local for sources.every Loans dollar, from are Has Three Sons In Service IT'S EASY TO \WRITERESULTPRODUCING

available to deserving students Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Potts now at home on leave before units.

who maintain a specified Sr., of 'Bedford Lake, claim an'I(going to Vietnam. 'WANT ADS
Aid 'SFJC StudentsOne : grade average. A student "all service family." At: present the boys are all : Army Speclallat-4 William C. ,

-:--. begins repayment of his Sgt 'Thomas Potts Jr., 24 at home with their family on I Carnes, son of Mr. and Mrs,
dollar will get you expenses. called loan after graduation fromcdllege. has served seven years in the Bedford Lake. between Starke' Carl C. (Carnea of Keystone Follow these simple rules to make your Want Ads bring better results.
Junior Under
system
nine at Santa Fe a
If he enters the Including tours of dutyIn and Keystone Heights.Pvt. I Heights has ""been assigned
Army
College Sound impossible? "matching funds money is teaching profession, his bal- Korea, and Germany. He to Headquarters Company>> Remember, a.good Want Ad Is nothing more than salesmanship In print.

It can be done under certain obtained from local sources ance may be reduced by 50 returned home Headquarters U. S. Army, In
Federal programs which and the Federal government per cent. has from recently duty In Vietnam Patrick W. qaatlen. son Vietnam.A Write -your Want Ad In the same friendly style you use when telling
'help students meet college provides "m&tching" dollars of Mrs. .Stokes of
,, Educational Opportunity Sgt.. Daniel }.. Ports, 22. has Joyce senior clerk-typist In the what have to offer.Jon't .
about
,.Brooker,, hall completed) a.general friends .and neighbors you
Grants [tEOG] may provide served three year with the company near Long JBInh,
up to one-half of the moneya Paratroopers ''in Panama and vehicle repairman course Carnes entered the Army In
at the Army Armor School', Don't be Penny-Wise and FoundFoollHli -
Serving Florida student receives providedthe Is now homo on leave from October 1965 and was loaf: Abbreviate:
Fort Knox Ky. During the :
Since 1950 school matches with an Korea, to. see )hU new son for eight-week 'course he was stationed at Fort Benning, Ca. ..Surveysand atudlea prove that moatWant
equal amount. The local the first time, He U a 1963 graduate of Key- under- It makes rood common sense to ellmf-
trained Ole wand Ad readers do riot like or
_j C7r40i11a4 'fJ.Gng CJeIOtC4',. 416 share Is derived from scholarships Lance Corporal W. In. l recovery stone Heights High School anda
Gary maintenance of wheeled and I stand abbreviations Make It easy for pate unneeded words groin your..Want
gifts, loans. or Potts, 18 V. .s. Marines has I 1965 graduate of Lake City to ad ,
.. track vehicles Issued, to armoriNvrTNTtoN'Torn1D people ito respond: your Ad, but make sure you don'truin! toe
'rI'M. 7/M'M"V ment.part-time These college grants ''employ are not ,been stationed in Cuba and Is Junior College. ations.don't keep them guessing with abbrevl- effectiveness of your, Want Ad by making

7 loans whlchare: made to the I it Incomplete. Remember','you're not

I : Mrs. Cordially students I FINIAL NOTICE Ad to .
Carolyn ; they are gift bur. Loan Fund financed: by local Notice I* Herwby Given that Put Yourself the Shoes placing Want save.money
I Eaves ed primarily on financial donations. ,Its objective Is BY THE!: the underaigned( on the firstday PrOllpf't'ta you're Inserting your ad.to get results ,

'Representative ; WelcomesYou need. The student does not helping students meet emergency OF BKADPORD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION COUNTY: BOARD final, of.accounting September: 11)67.the filed Estate A Give full information and all the .deend.mak&money.! Making YOlr.II too

/ have to repay the money ha situations. The loan t Is Competitive sealed bids will of C. M. Boedeiilcer?also known tail about what you have to -offer- short may, save a few pennies that lose
.. Ph. ,964-5812 and Your receives from the BOG pro- repaid within the term In be renetvBd by th. nradfardCounty a* Charles E. Uoedecker deceased Describe your offering in benefit terms you dollars In results.
Board' of Publlo Inatruo-
and notice Is ftirthurITlvan
;1' 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your grant which ''it is borrowed.The tlon until 10:00: A. M. November ''that after publication of tell 'prospects why 'your offer And It Is Easy To Order Your Ad:
: Starke New Home Another 'Federal program college also operates a 7. 1967 at the office of theSuperintendent thl* netle once .eanh week for satisfies thcir-needu. Give slaw, dlmcn-
of Publlo In-
M- which allows the student to Job clearing house where local truotlon.. Bradford County four consecutive will be made week,to application tha- ,dons, capacity, .condition, advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Vlsoss:

work part-time In order to employers" '' who are Inter- Courthouse, Stark.. Fin, forth Honorable Theron A. -yawn'/ \ ;And -don't ,forget ,;iprlce\ Want Ada help you word your ad for beat possible

The State of. Florida meet his expenses is the COl- ested In hiring part-tlm. oonar sale..t. blook and removal house of located one 'County County, Florida jM'life for of the Bradford appro- :without price are 80% less effective results. All you do is pick up your

I Make lege Work-Study Program. students help may list job and situated at Soil North Orange val of said accounting and for then ads with price. telephone and they do the rent.
and
li k Our Desire To You Feel Welcome Santa Fe provides 15 per Street, atarke.! ITla. the I final discharge of Ute un-
fro Acquaint You With Your City. offerings. The successful bhld.er must .derelcned .a* Administratrix of
cent of the money for his Persons Interested in assisting be able to move -the said house aid Estate
within forty "'" MS) dayi For 15 W rdsT'E'L'E'GI'RAP'H
program and the Federal in the support of this from date of aw.M of bid. Clara C. Gar t Only $1
A* Administratrix of thaRsLale
: If you are new In the area phone f- government meets this with program,, should! contact ''Mrs Further Information may b. of C. E. Boeclecker, alHo known
85 per cent. Under this program Elizabeth Crockett in the obtained at the office of the a* Charles E. Boedecker, da- CLASSIFIED.

: call will bring you a prompt visit .a student usually is Office of Financial Aid at Superintendent of Bradford of Fublln County Instruction ; oeaied. 11/2 4t 11/23 ADS

given an opportunity to the College. The Board of Publlo 'Instruction -

''from' your local hostess. Please giveb'er7a work in a field in which he oept or reserves reject) any the or right all to bid.ao-. la T.. Circuit Court !. AsidFar SET RESULTS

is interested. to gain experience New Morrisons Thoma 1.. Casey, Jr. Bradford Voaaty. Flerlds.Caw .
) call! She has maps and many ,.Superintendent ] No. IIn
which will be valuable
United ,.State Finance Co
10/12 4t 11/1 mi .
free and. wonderful gifts ,for you when he has completed his Now OpenInGainesville', pany.tiff v*Inc.. a Calvin corporation W. Goodman Plaln, PHONE 9646305SPECIAL -
formal education. \
tn The Conntr tfadce'e Courtof .
'from local businesses.
In addition to these sources I 'MallThe .Urndford ('....... Plorlde. Defendant.NOTICE OF SUIT I
,....
In Pr.hnI.
1 To: Calvin W. Goodman :
of financial aid the college ::
.. new Morrison's Cafeteria IN REt: Kiitkta of CARL Reeldentie 'unknown.You .
/ ..
JOHNH, Deoeaaed
operates a Short Term :
are hereby notified
In the Gainesville Mall NOTION TO CREDITORS that$. .
.
-. All creditors of the estate of \
,
w, !T Shopping Center opened to I
Carl Johna, daceaaed.' are
the public today [Thursday] hereby notified and required
becoming the 27th Morris to file any claim or demands,
JACKSONVILLE) ,BUSINESS DIRECTORY which they may have against tl I
1 on's In Florida and the 54th wild *tute In the offlu ">ofitire I ..
in the company's constantly County Judge of Bradford

.' -- growing chain throughou t., house County at Flurldu'tftarke, In the Florida Court-,

;Auto Elates & Service ..the seven Southeastern I within mix calendar. months
''A. states. from the date. of the Ur.t
i MeBMMW HMVWeVWWV. W M* MOTORCYCLES
t PIANOSPICTURE publication of thin notlae.,
LAND' The new Gainesville: Mor- Each claim or demand must
;. rlsons Is unique in that its be In writing and must stale.
w.R'OV the plum. or raitldence.. and Tax School
District Election F Bradford
i. E R HONDA' For Musical Advice interior is designed to create' pont office address.. of the or County
The World' Finest in a turn-of-the-century village claimant and must ba swornto
c. CARTER NICE by the his
claimant agent
4 \vTieeI J>rlvesr8old ,and
atmosphere
green '
MOTORCYCLES or hi'* attorney or It will become -
<: and Serviced by to .give diners the illusion vnid'" according to how

''Koberts Chevrolet ... they 'are eating out of doors /S/ SANl>I A J. mmKEK! I I November 7 1967
/SAIL I I* JOHNS
ALL MODELS '
Groan .C va Spring. 3038 Inside walls, for the most Co-IOxerutora o-f the Entate of ,

Jacksonville 2M06UOJEEP ,ft>:( r g'. trst{ part. are faced with, old- Carl .luluiH., ,: K d HIIAW* ,'..ttB*1KUORNH I,

if 'Merchants Green Stamps '" brick wainscoting, wrought 123 South Walnut !Street! .
Established 1948 flrark. FloridaAttorney I
iron fencing, painted trees
.
Open 8 AM. 1 P.M.Chickering & and exterior lap siding to fur Co-executor 1019 4t 11/111 I Who Can Vote? ., ,
Vehicle Other Name Brands carry out the effect. In the --
Tu 8., Wed, Thur, FrL .
of NKTICM OKNotice NIIII
: center the main dlniri'f'
) .Ie'p' 'Wagoneer Station PIANOS CONN ORGANS I I. hereby given that I Electors must be .residents of the district residents of Florida for one year and of the
'Wagon SoiU 8 A.M. 6 F.M. 2631 Park Jacksonville 388-8519 room Is a gazebo, complete to Final
: Open purxmint'" a Judgment county for six months duly
Jeep Universals with four entrances, elmula of KurBclomire' entered] In oauflnumheri'd .. I 'registered as an elector and must pay a tax on real or personal

'. Jeep Gladiator .Truck ted mansard roof with rustlo 1LIn the. Circuit property (Section 236.32(4)( ) Florida Statutes)
Cloned Sunday &: .Monday Court of Bradford County, Florida -
Authorised Service shingles, old-fashioned cell- I will sail the propertyaltualed
Part IOTORS A CYCLES FRAMES jug fan and tables and In Bradford County
.Approved 4949 Blooding Blvd. Florida, daiicrlbed a*: Why Has 'The Board of Pub lic Instruction
'. -Wheel Drive Whucl'Drive chairs inside for dining Commencing at the Southeast
Jacksonville '771-8241, A second dining room, corner of the Southwest Quarter -
i>f th. Southeast Quarter of I Recommended Six Mills For The
formal! and infeoor Operating ?
more Vctorlan Budget
EDDIE BLAND We can preserve your dlplo Section 39, Township I South, I

MOTORS' Inc. MUSIC mae, documents by I laminating, etc.them permanently on- ceiling pecan paneling red II feet right thence of way run of Westerly'ftlnnif County. I AN INCREASE IN .TILE LIMIT IS RECOMMENDED BECAUSE:

635 W. ADAMS carpeting, and low-bangln. Road 143 feet to point of beginning -
JACKSONVILLE 854-7701 a wooden plaque..Unbreakable, chandeliers. thence ,run Westerly I (A) Non collection of .taxes on some timber land. presently being: litigated In court. In
washable. I
__ Moderately priced. alonic right of way of County
In announcing the the approximate amount .of $70,000 during ,the
opening Road Z r..t. thence run Northerly past two years and the same action

.. Parrish 1\lotora. SPILLERS'GALLERY J. H Gibbons Morris ly. and 55/ feet" .thence to the run amid' Ranter-County i I is anticipated on $35,000 of the .amount budgeted for this year.B .

Paulus Music Co. on's president said "Al Ko::.a"JI.l feet. thence. run I
bhoufh our company was Southerly. 63 feet to the.point ofbaejlnnlnir I
SALES ( ) Salaries of beginning teachers In some' of the adjacent
counties
situated In the are $300 to ..$.JOI)
founded in Mobile Ala. and
SERVICE Band &: String Instruments Southwest. Quarter (SW"4) oftheauuthsaet higher than in 'Most
: StIn our county.: peqple to be
PARTS 1045 Perk Five Point still has its dmlni.'tra.Hve ,. Quarter (SK"4) of .appear growing; tired of hearing of

Gibson Guitars .Amplifiers\; Jar 803-8MI offices there, our continue: .Section 29 Township S South. this problem however It does not Just go away. We .must be able to compete 'for
BanEa.t, Bradford Coun.ty. I
: 'School Supplies-Instruction I growth in Florida has playedan Florida quality teachers.
82 Tears. A3 'A Dealer! Important part In'thecompany' at public ealn, to the hlghe.t I

.31 Always Laura Good St.JackeonvUla Used'CaNRoberts Recorders SEWING CENTER overall success and Slut: beet door bidder of th.for cash Bradford, at'th.I. (C) Maintenance of 'Building: You own ar$3,500,000 school system and this year we

: g. Music' Ubrary-Expert We are grateful to Ftortdans County .. iln Starke. I' budgeted '$15,000 to maintain ,this Additional
Phone 356-6654 Repair. Department ) for their enthnalacttj Florida. between 11:00 a. m. and II property. custodians are needed to keep
I'OO: p, m., on November our schools clean.
BEAUTY ACADEMY H.&N.SEWING .and continued. acceptance of 1RT,
41 W. Monroe St. Morrisons.. (SEAMCHAnLTOI

American Jacksonville' 855-M47 CENTER Founded Jni92O, Morrisons .Clerk'.. Circuit Court A. DARBY 30.1 (D) Teaching 'equipment :and materials are ,needed to provide for our Individual children.

I 8310 Beach Blvd. Is now one of 'the largest OJ." -laulah M. Moody

;; Hairstyling Jacksonville 398-3001 1967 Singer food service organizations In (".man, Piwasrr-. Lewis.

., Academy the country' .and the oldest, tAttorneyjt By Joel I. for.Go"Plaintiff,man I ,II The Request of :Six Mills Is Approved!
cafeteria have
21 W. MONRORJACKSONVILLE Auto Zig Zag company to 649 Florida. National. Bank Bldf.' "

'. 3.1.19391OPTICIAN Like New operated the same continuously management under Jaokionvllle,_Florida__ 11211t It aU/3 I Will That Be Our Tax Rate for The Next Two Years? '

B. W< [Bert] Graham !Is ..'.
-! Th. .Camnlr J i|. Courtla
Riverside' Console Model makes fancy designs manager-of. the new Gainesville And. 11'0. Bradford C..o... The School Board has the i responsibility to'vote rthe r tcessaryt mi age to conduct program
Morrison.'I -a of quality education. Year approval of six mills sets this amount the maximum
Hairstyling stitches In He: Bet..otc. B. 'Bo.- as
; monograms, decker also known a* Charles 'I the School Board may approve of the 10 mills 'YOU can vote. ..

Academy overcasts sews on buttons. Bulldogs BeatTornadoes -E. Boedecker, PeeMaed. .. .:oe..

Z6S9 PARK 8T'. make button holes it: blind .33 6I 1 1I For many years a maximum of ten mills veal i approved .by -the voters.' 'Ten .mills was

JACKSONVILLE 1848387Accredited //ROFESSIOMAL OPTICAL stitches. No attachments I 'i I Passes Compl't. 7,13 .0-12 .needed .and voted by the School .Board. :Thvoters approved 4 mills ((3-for operating and

COMPANYPrescriptions Demonstrators $64 or $6 per [ From Preceding :Fagc] : Passes Int. by ;1 01 I .1 .for .Building & Bus) for( the current 'brenni im.:The' School Board voted 2.35 mills for the

.S Qualified Modem Styling.Instructors- Flied mo. Call Jax, 771-1850 .point was stopped ..Fumble Lost by 0 :21'I, 1966-67 -budget :year and '3.4 mills for the -1967-68 budget year. ,
Punt
I a I H. &: N. Sewing CU.I ayg.; 4-41 ,4-29'
; Monthly dames Broken Lenses Duplicated Big plays on t'he'drtve were Yds.! Penalized 40
I ".... -tanorraw'.tYlists s''Artificial Eyes a 10 yard ''run .!lby'Ohasteen to Score by quarter: 61 ,The State of Florida presently,has .a commit'ee working aqualityedaeatten<
fr are trained" Eyewear Specialists 'f the Live Oak 37 and a 23 Live Oak __. 7 19 7 O- If ad valorem tax relief is available from the state or If some of our-needs'are met by

.. :213 J-a..,. 'St.- Jax .350-5295 WESTERN STORE yard run, on which he :was inJured BHS ___ 0 0 0 ithe State:the local School Board will not need to vote all the millage'yoa have set
J I by '-Mercer to the 14. 6-// as your
1034 Park St. Jax ,,,354-1(0111( TouchdowiMI maximum. ,. *
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ELECTRIC MOTORS\ Though without ;the full use Live Oak1) Stamper 17 I '.'
of his .shoulder iBelote '
right
; PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S LITTLE DUDE threw to Grlggs for nine yardsto yd.per pass 31 yd.fromiHarria pus from: 2)Harris Stam-; I i Our chidren need finality education.and: ithls explanation fa presented to you so that you

the .Live Oak one. 3)I) may do your part in providing ,quallty'educ.1tlon our uth.
Peavy Brothers Western Store The finalralx.orseven minutes Cheney ;,7 yd. run; 4) .HO-// y .
y Keithen, 1.'rd..run; 5).Law) *
.Electric Co. Where You'll Find Everything .of .the .contest bogged yd. .pass rfrom 'Harris. I

: ELECTRIC MOTORS For the Horse down with each ,.team,making 1)) Debate'' OM :"ydAJJasUble -!
pQId- .wteed-t 'alrecf. Commercial and Portrait: Enthusiast"Western one .Hrsf d 1 Statistics
n Qeneratore-Starters Photography Clothing Leather- '$-4. .
Frame 'A.Custom Framing ,Live oak BUS "'
: Alterations goods, Saddles and 'Trailers
,11.n From SUPT.'THOMASL.CASEY JR. in the
Pint Downs Tfaiyl BOOB .courthouse
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'Armature Rewinding Cfaorle.A Sharon Petty or phone 964:7757.ECTION.
U 19S8 -Blandta* Blvd Yds. Rushing 129 1ST Covers AU slxe, 39 enl ea,
4044 Lenox >902 So. Ave
: Ave. Kdjrewood
Jacksonville 384-1464
Yds. Passing 139 61 .t The Telerrapb.
U .w Jacksonville. 287-2323 Jacksonville: 881-1210 .

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i I LV: KEYSTONE i HILITES I And Holiday Luncheon Bazaar \ Indians Eke Out 14-9 Victory J I



I M By Jim Fox I V V % Next Thursday I Over Branford In Close Game
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Please Phone. In Your Hems 473-4148 : V f the ::
On Thursday Nov. 9.

]ladles of the Keystone Heights
The Keystone Indians 14-9 Indians! started a slow methodical
will
Church -
Community present
WOMAN'S CLUB tournament and cook-out. Local their annual Holiday victory aver' the Branford ground, ginie utilizing.

On Tuesday. Oct. S8,' I the winners Included the I following Bazaar from 9 a. m. until 9 Buocaners climaxed the Keystone I Hinck, Murrhee and Homer aa

Senior Woman's Club' had : Eileen Lee first I low m. in the educational Homecoming 'cstlvitles the chief Juggernauts. They

their regular business meetingand gross; Kitty Martin first I low p.building. The public lit Invited I here Friday night., used up six minutes and 19

luncheon
Uonal bulMlni tot the.Gori>- Putt: and Su Dwyer received have lunch with members of with Murrhee making a TD pay dirt Murrhee carried
munlty Church. the consolation prize. ,i run of 41 yds. on the first over on a 2 yard plunge and
church.
Mrs. Janet V Lamm local Ladles of the WOA who i ddd the General] Chairman for this play' from the line of scrimmage Batts kicked, the extra point.

musician and Instl uctor, presented not attend the NAS TOurnament event is Miss Marilyn Bridges: after HInck ran bacic Branford hogged the ball for

::!) her pupils In a "Cho 'had their regular ma ten who will be aasasted ..y her I Branford's first punt 19 yd. most of the remaining 4 minutes -

pin Program" which was a also on. Thursday. In the 18- co-chairman Mrs. Don Morgan Batts kicked !the extra point but was unable: to pose

special treat for members ol hole group, Lucille Starnes and other ladles of the and Keystone was off to a 7-0 another serious threat. -

the club. The music student, ? placed first low net. and Inma church.' All items on pale were lead after 1 minute and 11 Comparing a' Class C team

performing! were Oietchen Rushton received honors for either made or prepared by seconds of play This auspicious : with. the great Gators Is rather -

and Karen Newman Lynn second low net. In the 9-hola the members. I start seemed to validate pretentious but a similarity

Henderson. Bonnie Adams, group, Helen Wallace placed Mothers will be glad to the pre-game one-sided victory in their Homecoming !game

Lynda Perry. Roxanne Ketch low net. know that a nursery will oo I prediction, but. such was Is worthy of note. Both teams

and Peggy Voyles. MUs Voyles On Wednesday! the Keystone provide for the small: children not the case as the Indians were odds-on favorites. but

gang "Moon River" for her Golf & Countiy Glut\) during: the entire day. were able] to pick up only.one both had a terrific battle Just

presentation.At held Its annual meeting In contact Mrs. George first down In the remainder to eke out a victory. Both

At close of the program. the new aiiidltlon: to the club Warning: Use Your Turn Signals Mesas Please at 473-4179 for: lunch-' of the quarter. teams oweyi!: much. to the defensIve

Father Edward Kirby of St. house. The new addition, reservations. The Indians started the play as the offense

William Catholic Church, which was completed this Thlr l I... what cnn lut.pppn'I'n you forget; to line your turn nlgnaM! eon second quarter deep In their had several scoring chances

gave a vocal presntatlon, week was dedicated in memory On :Monday, Oct. SO Jam_ Vnrnen of Klorahome.. found hIS. world a bit on the Club own territory and in attemptIng and could not come '.!$> wl h
Garden behind the the scoring punch at the critical
of Fatima and an to kick from
"Lady of B. Llndsey Walker.
of l him forgot to Rive the correct -
In front
the driver of the cirr '
Irish Ballad. "A Little Bit of The club members are very Blunt. Why? Because! The Lakes .' goal line were downed for a moment. Another similarity -
Heaven." proud of this new addition, turn uiirniil. Ax. the car turned off the! roiul. VBTMPH. went off the edge of the Of .. safety. Grayson broke up the exists In that both, hale,

On Monday Oct. 30. members and rightly so as it la most pavement to avoid hitting nil rear end. An .he was coming back on the rood the Meets At Park : Buccaneers next march,. with completed' the easy part ot

of the Woman's Club attractive. loud shifted *and his truck turned over. Driver.., please j use your turn HlfpialHi! a pass interception, but the their schedules and will Ce?

sponsored a fashion fhow onj On Thursday, Nov. 2. members Photo by Van Ellin. Members of the Garden ;':, Interruption was short Uved as the underdog in all except a

card party at the Masonic of the WOA will have Club of the Lakes m>>t at 11 "h Branford Intercepted Baker's '"possible" one of the remaining

Hall. Fashions were furnished their qualifying round for the t a. m. Thursday, Oct. 26. at pass two plays later. The Indians season games. It may tun

by Leila's of Starke and President's Trophy. This will vvyyvyI'yvvy' game with the Taylor Wild Gold Head Branch State defense held and a serious out to be a long hot summer

were modeled by the members be both 9-hole and :8-hole parish were entertaIned on cats. The final] two games of Park to hear a talk on conservation scoring threat by Key- for both. C*

of the club. competition. Sunday afternoon with a- the season will both be home by Mrs. Carol Beck : stone bogged down on the 15 Scores by Quarter!

Following the show there Congratulations] are extended special dinner prepared by MELROSE games. chief naturalist with the Florida : : : yd. line. Branford still had Keystone-7 007 -14:
the able chefs of the Men's 0207 -9
were 16 tables of bridge and : to Bland Ware, who Melrose] I la still ranked thirdIn Board of Parks. possession! three downs late Branford .
canasta.. Each table had l Individual defeated Earl Voyles on Saturday Club. Father Edward KIrbY By Joyce RoweAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi the Rlverland Conference: Mrs. Beck showed specimens V on their own 22 yd. line as Keystone BranfcJ'd
winners with specIal to win the Prealden was host for this event. Group behind Cedar Key and Bron- of the wild flowers of the hall ended with the Indians 9 1st Downs .5

prizes presented by the Trophy for the Men's Association. singing ana:! special numbers son. this area and explained the holtiilng. a flimsy 7-2 157 yds. rushing 17

Woman's Club. This tournament was presented by Father Kirby 1\I.I..lOIe [CarnlvaJSlat..1 habits of each. She P'SO' dls-\ I 7 yds. passing. t7
enjoyed by the ests. :Mr. and Mrs. Grant Roth- lead.Neither 1-8-1 PA PI 1.l0-l
Mrs. Earl M. Voyles was played !with handicaps. and were For Saturday .O.ICDOH t.Vii. nnrnrme. of State Queen team was able to PC
Be sure to attend Bingo hammer, who have been living I
chairman! for this most successful all male members [with established The Melrose PTA Halloween Parks: ;hlchis" to conserve get a sustained drive going H
in
Friday' at 1:30: p. m. In Cedar Keys, are now living
event. The floor hostesses handicaps! were every St.Wllllam's tficlr: Carnival will bo Saturday, nature and beauty to that In the third quarter hut" early .
the recreation room of in their trailer near Leslie Beam, lovely I
were Mrs. A. H. La- Melrose High the public might enjoy ''Visiting 1\111 Stanford
eligible for competition. Catholic church. daughter and son-in-law. land Nov. 4 (11'the\ daughter of Mr. In the fourth quarter HOUSE FOR RENT
gaase, Mrs. E. R. McLean, On Friday, Saturday and Football field from 5.00: 'til these areas. Many families brunette scored on a :31 yd. run
HERE N' THERE ],[rs. Virgle] Rowe. and Mrs.'m.' M. Beam, Jr. Extra large, 3 BR 2 ba$;
and !tha State
: of
Mrs. A. A. Matangren. Sunday, November 3-5 the 9:00: p.m.Booths. take advantage and kicked !the extra point to!
Miss Elizabeth Caughey a Mrs. M V. Samson ami Mr* IH'ight was -
lake swimining
1 block from and
Mrs. John Bird. Keystone Golf & Country featured wIll' be: Park for picnlcklni, swimming of Keystone; take a 10-7 lead. Hlnsk:: took:
Tuesday Nov. 7, the annual former Keystoner who now Roy Samson went to Jekyll fishing and overnight On Club will sponsor their York Bingo roulette: wheel, fortune: the kIckoff on the 21 ran
makes her home In New Island.] l Ga. to meet Mrs. Richard of Ut. week
Woman's Club wlU raw a Men's Invitational. On the ol telling, flah pond,. baseball camping. as the climax back to !the 37 yd. line. Therates !home. Key next door, or
In I City, was a recent guest !Kline and her son, who and end's gala evenls at KIIS. call collect Jackson-
board meeting at 2 p. m. first day of competition, there throw, gueas your weight, Nineteen members!' | owner
Municipal Building/ it is Invitational, Miss Gertrude Houser. Miss, were attending a Church meetIng enjoyed this outing.on\\ vllle 724-0047. '3t chg 1119[
the will be a pro-am : I Caughey Is a cousin of M''S.' there. Mrs. ' hoped that all board memberswill the remaining rounds will\ There sandwich lunch was serve ,
stand.
and the
Harold Lawrence. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. and concession' Kathy of S'arke went to by Justice of the Peace
be In attendance. be amateur competition. On will also bo a dutch auction, with coffee and dessert provided Parade in MURRHEE
a night. They
Michael Ottinger was V. Samson. and sister of Roy Mra. Homecoming Chase Friday
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Bridge Saturday evening, there will weekend guest of his grandparents Sumaon.< Winners at Duplicate be social' hour followed 1 bya J balloons, an.d] Emery Cooper,
a clown selling
Mr and Mrs. Fran stay here for a couple of weeks Clllton C. day In Gainesville, my cousin ral1erV home at Larsen'sX'raller '' .
on Thursday Oct. 2t( were; barbecue, under the direction house of horrors. Stripling anil: Mrs. Murrhee. 'Agt.General
of course, a
Ottinger, of Lakeview Drive. to their homein Crenshaw returned Sales where Danny
before returning Jerry Insurance
with 12 points, Zowarka. Strickland Jr.
First place of Mrs. Jim will be given. ,
Mrs. William Terry and Miss AMERICAN LEGION Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Homer Columbus, Ohio. Door prizes will begin to Starke with us where we\ la employed. Danny in the Fire Casualty '- Marui

Pat Frahersecond: place with American Legion Post 202 are home for a Visit with Larry Sapp, son of Mr. and Tho costume The parade children will had supper.; with the How- son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Auto Bonds ,
at 5:30.
61 Mi points Mrs. James Cook will meet tonight (Thursday: ] their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wilbur Sapp, celebratedhis divided: into three cate- of Mrs. Albert HoLt ards. Later Jerry. KathY\ (Continued on "toex pace] Keystone Heights 473-478
Phelps ani: John Knight and Mr.\ and:! sixth birthday at his be V Trustees Board will meet /-*..!.. '/r.u.nn/ .onrt. I attended
Mrs. George ; In their new post AVA UV> -- ----- -- -
and at 8 p. m. Mrs. Marvin Homer. Pam Will' home Oct. 21. ''He had a small gorlea: pre-school, 1st through tonight [Thursday] at 7:30: p.ni. I \j\iia ; beL .
third place with A3 points home which is located I 1.8 and 4th through the Homecoming game -' ", "'/77" ------- -.r
h 3rd ,
Louis Kyle and Stan LaCoste mile west of the Intersection remain In Keystone with serves rparenWi party Saturday, that was attended OQi grades grades. There will be Church Women's General L tween!= gtarkij\ and' Live! Oak. I _'n ''':'1'-': '' 'Ii .... .
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while Ronnie V
his brother, Bdklle, Meeting on Nov. 6 at 7:30: p." 'word ,
one
Duplicate Is plav<*d each Highway 100 in thc Bran by moat I only have a J on for the prettiest.
,
Ronnie ,
overseas. prizes .,
of duty Community '
tour Miller World '
the
a Mrs. Sarah when ,
Thursday nl.1htlit. 7:30: In iiMasonic non Plumbing Annex.HOMECOMING that grandmother unusual and the moat like m. comment on that game,
notified observed
recently will be
Ruth
was Mrs.
and great-aunt Day program
Temple and is open EVENTS40S1' "
category.. "Pitiful.!
he was promoted to Specialist Beckham of Beckh&m Tow' Halloween in each ant:! warm g-armerutJ: Chltt .I
to the public. SUCCESSFUL Hot brother Wayne
and Dogs My
S. Navy. Hamburgers
the U. missionary
3 with and for the
Ice cream collected
TEEING OFF! The students and sponsorsof They enjoyed ulod, and all friends attended the
28 Miss Peggy Hewitt (laughter cake. ,baked On Thursday, Oct. Keystone High School are I be program !' Homecoming
of Mr. and Mrs. Call kinds of dessert will also "Gator Growl" and:
SF3 Bob Ford. currently chairman
members of the KeystoneWoman's congratulated for the
to be between Florida
GoLf Association of the Hewitt was home for the stationed in San Diego. Calif. sold. V V EASTERN STAR game
fine presentation weekend from the Universityof his and. Patrons ., and Vanderbllt.
Inlvlted to the Naval Air Homecoming activities Is home on leave visiting Past Matrons '
were school's Tennessee. R. V. honored and the chap I Sunday my, aunt and uncle
in Jacksonville for a School spirit parents, Mr. and Mra. will be
Station last week. Livingston and: Miss NEWS'NOTES celebrated on : Curiae and Alfred Hudson
construction Alec Ford, and frIends. He will I be ter's birthday ,
In the :
-- was reflected and presentation of the,I Susan Hunt, of Deerfleld here xmtTll Nov. 22. By Helen Kgnn Nov. 7 at 8 p m. Initiation. of Gainesville were1'visiting I'' .
Beach were weekend guests of will be conducted while Wayne was '
the Mr. and Mrs. John Boyle ceremonies us '
Individual class and floats Impressive, Alec's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and family of Jacksonville by the Worthy Matron and hare' to get more clothes I I to ,jfirtiyifc; 'em

KEYSTONEHEI well organized and the Indians' Gay Livingston of Nelson spent the weekend visiting his FELLOWSHIP CLUBA Patron end all ofticra.PERSONALS take back with him. He I Is I
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parade well-deserved victory over the Point During their visit. Alec parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. I fine crowd enjoyed the staying with the Hudsons -

Buccaners.During and Susan enjoyed tlw Homecoming Boyle. While here they attended Fun-Game Day at St.- Anne Mrs. Ruth Olhson has returned while working in Gainesville. V'fast': -

Branford the half-time show activities at the University the. Florida-Vanderbllt] I Parish House on October 26. I from a months: visit I In My aunt, Mrs.\. Roy Cven- .. ifI

CHTSb Principal Joseph Benson Introduced of Florida. game In Galnesvile. Bingo was !the main featureof I'the Chicago area where she shaw Is in Alachua] General :
Spec. 5 and Mrs.\ David whit' cac-n : spent some time with. her nephew l\ 1./ sleek
the Keystone Band Many Melrose residents enJoyed the afternoon ITnooital\ with double /
of Ft. Pucker and pneu-I. .. ,-
Sundertond, slrnpla : John Thornqulst ,
festivities a ,
which performed for ti-t large! ofJoyce' the Homecoming member providing monia and pleurisy, .
weekend guests '
and spectator*. Ala were of the University of Florida prize. Mrs. Camilla Etowart' family. unattended: I
crowd of fans I resulted from an
Mr. and has ;;
b the band's presentation grandparents, last weekend.Mr. and Mrs. Ethel Weyman furnished : Mrs. Fay Olson recovered ruggedwithlFuiOPepMilk
Following cold.
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MELROSE Mrs. John Phillips, and De'Id'a W. H. Allen delicious glniierbreod nicely and Is able to enJoy : :
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and Mrs. .
the cheerleaders entertained Rose Fish" wIw.r .
Bib and
with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. have returned home after a as part of the refreshments.Announcements the Fellowship Club and':: I .;I '
the group living In the Norwood
I Richard Sunderland.Tom after ,being: I : Adsave! I
week visit wifli their male church programs 4 '
choeography. three / were : : j
pom-Tom Gardner, who is 4 hospitalized for some time. ,n'rop across! the road, moved ,. .
Mr '
special feature. during son and daughter-Inflow, In an effort to once againget
BUSINESS The student at FSU spent the Mrs. Ida Gentry is recuperating to Gainesville, wheie' they
the half-time show was the Mr.: and Mrs John Allen and the members straight on and closer to their: '' Ftepiacerj
parade of floats. which Included weekend with his parents. granddaughter, Shawn, who la meeting days. The Covered slowly at her home both will be : : J

DIRECTORY the Homecoming and Mrs. Sam Gardner. seven months old. On their way, Dish Luncheon Day will beheld I U always] happy to sec work.Mr..
: Robert Pater, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Johns
Queen antl her court. Miss and Mrs. Dan rater of Nel home, they stopped in If tints- on Thursday, Nov. 16. I friends.Bernard Slocomb has returned were down at their trailer: C. & L MILLING CO.
Le,lia Beam daughter of Mr.and for the vllle' Ala.] to visit this brother Last week's Items referredto
Point, was home after surgery While -
son's '
home this weekend.
Mrs. William Beam. Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mrs. Ethel Weyman as home
weekend from Florida Central and last week and is anticipating' here they enjoyed the peace Phone 473-3001 Keystone Heights
BEAUTY SHOP of Keystone Heights, was Allen and boys, David president, whereas 1 It should
crowned by last year's queen Academy. Beeler] Steve. They have as their have been "nominee for pres visit from friends.A and quiet. and caught scent
Mrs. Bud next
made
Mr. and wUl be
Mrs. Ronnie Homer [Para visit with guest now '!Mrs. E. H. Chester ident." W regret this omission. report specs in the little lake.
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Godwin, returned: from a Mrs. Cheater is Mrs. week on the Youth Fellowship Lou Miller attended a I Start Buying
Knight Miss Jackie friends and relatives 1'\ Mon- ot Quincy. for UNICEF. They Stop Wishing .
KEYSTONEBEAUTY activities
will be as for The Horaemalcrrs -
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. week. liens mother. The procedure workshop!
Godwin of Gold Head essan. Pa. last Chester Wesley spent a few follows: Election of officers appreciate the fine rtftpon.seby Club on dried flower arrannements -
SHOP Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Louis Garber:\, contacted. If you: '
flrtinxterup. Tallahassee laat? week. 1968 will be held at the those in Gainesville,
Branch State Park was days In for '
were
Mo. Mrs
City by
Bdtth Jobn,.. Ow.Paraonsl The court was as of recent Jefferson guests of Mr. Garber'a We are sorry to hear that luncheon meeting on Nov. 16. were missed.office.Just stop on Tuesday. Jeff Miller's 8th :

follows: Junior Class Princes*. brother and sister-in-law. Mr. fri. Al Stuart. Is not feedingwell. \ at 12:30.: The candidates are: Warren's I grade class won first prize ot AUTO LOANS,

A Creative Mlas Sharon Brannon, daughter and. Mrs. Charles Garber. ] President. Mrs. Ethel Wey $25 for their float] in ,the

Hair Styling of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Herb Nelson. Harriet Harper Church of God by Faith man: Vice V President Thomas yyyyyyy.YYY..YYYYYY.INDIAN Homecoming Parade In Keystone -
Sophomore Ciat The Saints of the Church of Norwood1:!'; 2nd Vice President, T. C.
IDan Brannon: Orabtree and Jull&alker last Thursday.
Individual Bounty Ray
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of Beauty Culture Primness, '(Miss Donna Haye, were among Keyston- God '1>y Faith were Invited tothe Mrs. Martha Beam; Secretary [ BEACHLake Miller's 10th grade class won

&VMT Open Form Tu.s.S&t.6 1 ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ers ettendng!! the Florida-Van- St. Johns Baptist Church: Mrs. :Fern Hanson: Treasurer, 2nd. place. Both of tlie boy* Dreaming of a new car? Our loan department

Cloved Monday Robert Princess Hayes: and Miss Freshman Vanessa: dy football game Saturday Sunday of Oct.Rev.IS Jenkins for bite. pastor anniversary Mrs of, officers Nettle will Smith be held Installation at ilecember' ( Bwnte F.1) worked hard on the floats can make those dreams come

Mllllcan Class daughter> of Mr and; afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Jim Zowarka of the StJ Johns Church. ) business meeting. By I MliDMl II. ChlttyPh. Friday, Clay and DenlseMlddleton true, quickly.( See us for an Auto loanat
and camu
475-2111 of Ft. Myen
CONCRETE Mrs. Tommy Mllllcan. entertained Mr. and Mrs. Jim Young assistant pastor! JunIor and they will take office in the weekend; low bank rates. You can enjoy the
Benson also announced witha MuGellle and Saints of the January. .Nominations. from 555gAAA&VVAA4AA54AGreetings A A A* up to spend
Mr. Jacksonville, cash when '
Darby of Around advantages paying 'you
Millers.
Hawthorne Concrete the winning, floats.] First place at their home on Church of God by Faith were the floor will be In order. with the
honors) were received by theeighth cook-out evening following In charge of the program. The COMMUNITY: CHURCH dear friends midnight, Melinda Lou and buy .. and the pleasure of driving

& Supply, tlnc. grade with the sophomores Saturday Florlda-Vandy" game. Scripture was taken from the1st Mrs. Charles Wallenius and this Is your spec-fever. stricken : A. V. Youngblood. Paul Cor- i that new car right away. Come in andtalk'

\ REDI and seniors receiving the Rev. and Mrs. Jean Chance, chapter of St. John and Mrs. Roy Bridges in char rolling-reporter with the ley, "Bo" McuMath and Mar it There's no obligation.

MIX second and third place honors Apalachlcola spent the the 5th chapter of St. Mathew. of decorating and arrangement news. lean Harrison of Tallahassee over.

CONCRETE respectively. Mr. and Miss of weekend with Mr. and Mrs The lubject began wlfii the of booth, for the Holiday Thanks of Roy Griffin 01lrWin'e 'I came In. no they had

Hwy. 20 W. Hawthorne School Spirit. Bonnie McLeanand L. E. Harris. of Lake Geneva 14th verse; "Ye are the delight Bazaar next Thursday V request Lodge. I finally quite a house full. Peggy,

481-293.: !, 2OINURSERY Leon Trtest. were recognized The two couples enjoyed the of! the world," and service wasat that all chairmen of caught some fish. He took I Coburn and:! Suzy Rain Joined

V by the p rrelpal. Homecoming festivities and t a. high peak. booths be at the educational me and Uncle Alfred out to them. As Lou Bays "We V

V V ST WILLIAM'S NEWS football game at the UnIversity The Saints of the Church ofCod building. at 2 p. m. on Nov. 1 his brush piles last week I partied all weekend." i EULE BANKING

The ladles of St. William'sSCHEDULK of Florida. Rev. Chance by Faith are proud oftheir for netting' up and arranging Tuesday afternoon ami Wednesday Dorothy Sam and Charles
SERVICECOME
O.C. Cornet Nursery was a former rector of the young minuter ,McGollla booths. All articles for the morning', we caught, Henry Butler and Mr. and

TOway 100. FIormbooMM Melrose Episcopal Church. and alao the Pastor and Superintendent Bazaar. .should be brought tothe 43 specs. It sure was! nice to, Mra. Van ArsdaJe and i'-

Mile 811 I ef Stark Robert Morgan son of Mr. Elder Walter Camp. bu dllllr"IiJ'ter 9'a. 'm. on find out that t can stillcatch 'i daughter. of Ormond Beach,

Karaery Stock '.-(Thousand* OF SERVICES and Mrs Bin Morgan was'recently School New Nov. 8 [alt day!, them. After to long, spent Friday and Saturday

of Plants .A Fruit Tre euto) notified that he had The car wash held by the The Bazarr will: ..tart at almost forget how to with Dorothy's mother, Mr.
from.' Nice 2iad. Tree.. the Rotations Clijb 9:30: a. m.'on Nov. 9 Jon" day you
hooee $ PARKof successfully completed International: .. catch the rascals. Uncle Alfred Jo Strandberg. While, here,
about only) Luncheon will J t served .
A IAndacaplPlantS. Exam them
Bverxreeiu) State Board Saturday netted
Georgia be here again bhia the Homecoming
will attended
ter 10m they
at but a )
All III containers the Is toralae noon
trying
Pharmacists club
for Registered $ !O.OO. The after
be going
we'll In Gaines
will serve delicious homei.iadegoodies !' week so festivities
Plant anytime C&m.Lliaa 4k Bob: la already registered with money to help them with
PALMSSUNDAYS and tea or coffee from 'em again. ,Ule. Saturday afternoon' ,
Inaide
ssaIeaj. Florida Board of Pharmacists. their to paint the
project
the 9 to, H. and again, in the Last Tuesday, my father Charles, Louise. and Fa lette3trandberg
Lei n> do year IsidacagPho. of the gym. afternoon from 2:30: to 9 p. m. James Ch tty. amt :Frank! \ of. Jacksonville,
Bob
6M4l: On Tuesday morning > Students got their claa pic-
11:00 AJM. 7:30 P.M. Morgan left for Ft. Dix. N. J Aires last wek. Mra. George Masse ticket Ilgen of Keystone went to came down and spent the IN V- GET ACQUAINTED
chairman, request that all Pensacola on business. My of the weekend with
rest
CARSHanks
USED THURSDAYS where he will start his; basicali4.1r4 The 'Mustangs lost their
luncheon tickets: be reported: brought back a gallon Strandberg.
father -Mrs. STATE
for the Oreen Beret third this season when KEYSTONE BANKMember
Used Cars 7:30: P.M. Reserves. When we receive they played game top ranked Cedar not later than Nov. V.9.; Among of delicious oysters. which' Mrs. Earl Vojles and :

FUNDAMENTALBIBLE .. will the many featured! l Itenta onsale devoured In short time. Laughter Peggy' were, InIavanna1i Heights
:BIG CASH DISCOUNT word of his address e Key there Thursday night I will be articles from the were F.DJ.C. Keystone Fla.
TEACHING Include it in our column. sathat ThIs is the second time the Last Friday was a rather Oa. last weekend'

TERMSBUY TRADE you can Include] Bob on Mustangs have suffered defeat Red ,Barn ,ToyLand. Greenhianb busy day for us. My mother, attending the Harvey family Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly,.
: SELL Senlces field In The Plants, Heavenly Morsels V .
AH Grandmother "
mailing list. of the Sharks. Cricket, my reunion.
Kt. 1 Box *O yO/or at the hands 'Mystery Packages V Community.
COokbOOk ,
Hwy. 100 8 Mile g.! tewka New Bible Center Friday night Melroae will be I and poems from the yea'. Copeland] and I, Mm. Katie Danny Lutgen and Sue: .Al-I Iw4W

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TIIITRSPAV.!' NOV. 2. 196L'
.SECTION PAGE 4 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLBORAPn. HTAlHOO. FLORID!

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time In which a person can FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII
Persons Hearing 65 Advised I ITo
enroll In the medical Insurance STARKE

[doctor bill Insurance Sunday Brotherhood I.
Enroll In Medicare Program program.> Meeting and Breakfast at the

For his doctor bill protection church 7:30: a. m. Sunday I.

.ten Bradford county residents of the Social Security /ulmlnlcbratlon to begin as soot as he School 9:45: a. m Mornlna-

=;rearing age 65 iftould go to said today. reaches 65, a person must Worship at 11 seimoi" : God's
Unspeakable Gift Training
the Agriculture 3uile1nan: Although there la no t'ifne, sign up In one of the three
Union 6:15.: Evening'Worship
Starke to enroll ''Inth' ned-- Hmtt to sign up.for the tiospitai months before the month. he
"; 7:30: sermon "The Faith of
]sore program Ralpn, Fontana. Insurance part of : reaches 65.Hospital I Caleb and .1O hua."
a Field Representative Icare, there la a set !.II'LUI-I Insurance pro '
Monday Baptist Women'sWorld (
tection can be retroactive/ for
E' Day of Prayer, Dam.
12 months. But
as many as I
= That'8 Our Business the protection of the voluntary RA meeting Trustees Meeting
GLASS 5 p. m. Deacons Meeting LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
II doctor bill Insurance Is I Youth Choir Practice, 7 p. m, BOAT DRAIN BAPTIST RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH

delayed one to three monthsIf WMU Executive Board: meeting CIIURCII CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
WRITE VISIT
CALL or application Is made during I 7:30.: Schedule of services: Sun Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
FOR ANY GLASS NEED the month he reaches 65 or I Sunday School 10:00: a. m., Schedule of services: Sunday
Tuesday WMU general day School. 9:45: a. m. Morn- Morning: Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. m.:
the I Morning Worship 11:00: a. School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 "
three remaining monthsIn
.Leland A- Worship 8. m.1 I
business and:: program meeting Ing Worship 10:45:< a. m. and 7 p m.-Rev. Evening p.
We Design Modern Store Fronts Training\ Union 7:00: p
m.
the seven-month enrollment at the church, 12 noon a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training: Training Union 6:45: p. m. Baker, pastor. Prayer .,:Meeting, Wednesday'
8.00
Just Mail Us A Pattern Fc-i' period. Delay beyond I. Covered dish luncheon. Junior m.m.., Evening: Worship .: p. Union, 6:30 p-m. Rev. Jack Evening Service. 7:45.:< Mid- Thursday Visitation 10 8 p. m. Slug each) Friday at *
the seven-month enrollment Choir, Sunbeams, 3:30.: Primary Stolte pastor : Lane *.
m. Rev. Harvey pa*
Table Tops Prayer meeting Wed., 7:30p : week Prayer Service Wednesday a, m. and 7 p. m. p. .
period may mean a wait of Choir: 4. tor.
m. -Rev. Virgil Lorett, 7:45: p. m
to two Fontana CHURCH GOD
up years Wednesday Covered Dish OF BAPTIST
SHEA'S GLASS CO."If (; said.He Supper 6.30: Sunday SchoolTeachers Pastor 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke I, SMYRNA MISSIONARY NEW RIVER CALVARY BAPTIST

pointed out that people! & Workers meeting BAYLESS HIGHWAYBAPTIST Sunday School 10 a. m., Sunday School. 10 a. m.
BAPTIST CHURCH
don't need to be retired! to Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Church Worship Services. 11 a. m. Morning Worship il a. m. Sunday School> 10 a. m.
It's Glass We Hare 13 CIIURCII 64. W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning 11 '
Worship
be eligible for medicare. Choir Practice, 3:15.: and 7:30: p m. YPE. Wednesday Training Union. 7pm- Eve- a. nv
1313 N.W.-Ith PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2II353SAMPLE Those who still services: Sunday School 10 8 m Trailing: Union, 6:30: p. m.
are working Thursday Bible Class, 10a. Sunday School: 10 a. m.: 7:30: p. m. Pray MeetIng a.. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. ning Worship p.
should get In touch with the m. Visitation, 7 p. m. Morning Worship Service, 11 Friday 7M:; p. m.-Rev. Wednesday night service Evening Service 7:80.: Prayer
social security office In the -W. A. Hogan,. pastor. a. m.: Training: Union 630: L. S. Williams pastor Training Union 6:15: p m.Evening 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Meeting\ Wednesday. 7.3O:

BALLOT three months before the p. m.: Evening Worship 7:30: Worship, 7 p. m -L, L Parker, pastor. p. m.-Rev. a.8.; Butler.
month they reach 65. In this MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL p. m. PINE LEVEL BAjrrwk Everyone welcome .- Elder I pastor.

No.SPECIAL.____________ way they establish their en- Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Prayer Meeting 'Wed., 7:30: T C. Williams pastor. I II CHURCH OF CHRIST r
titlement to health Insur- Morning Worship at 11. p. m.; G. A. Meeting, Wed. Sunday School lo a, m I I HEILBRONN BAPTIST
SCHOOL ance protection under medicare Training Union \ Morning Worship., 11 a. m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Sunday: Bible Study 10
= TAX 6:15.: Evening 7:30: p. m; Choir Rehearsal. Sunday School >Vt3>: a. %ss.!
and even find Worship 7:30.Wednesday Wed., 7:30 Brotherhood Pre-Services [Booster :Band, a. m.; Morning Worship and
may : : p. m.: Sunday School, 9.. 5 a. to. Morning Wontaip" 11 .a. m.
= DISTRICT NO. 1 they can receive some cash I Prayer MeetIng meeting; last' Monday Young People. and PraY Morning Worship, 11 a. m.I Communion Service 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: p. Dl.Tra.lninll' .
E BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA payments: as well. 7:30.: Choir Practice 8.15: in each month. Rev. David Service], 8 p. m. Evening Youth I Evening services 630.;
I(I Fellowship 6 p. m. Union 7:00: m.
= If a person over 99 failedto -.Bob I* Cooper, pastor. Madolros. 'P6 tor. Worship 7 ... n. Midweek Wednesday Worship service p.
Choir Practice Evening serVice 8::00. Midweek
District Election
Tax School Wecnesday.i8 .
Special enroll last year when Servloe, Wednesday, 7:30: ( I '7 p. m. Minister Jack P.
9m. Prayer (
Service 7:39
= for Bradford County, Florida, Held medicare started they may BEULAII CHURCH HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 1( pm.Rev.. I :Bell.
enroll this year during the CEMETERY: WORKING -Rev. D. 1. Ramsey pas Robert D. Burch. I p. m. Wednesday.
[Highway 109 ml Thmmu)
November 7 1967 tor.
,
= last three months. Their protection There will be working at
will start!. on July 1, the BeuLah Church Old Cemetery Sunday School 10 a. m.
= of the District .
Ballot For Trustee on Saturday Nov. 4. Morning Worship-11 a. m.
1968.Mr. Training Union-6:30: p. m. 1r
Fontana will be at the Camp Blandlng east bate will
be open from 8 to 9 a. m. Evening: Worship 7:15:
.. "':"": -;-- - Agriculture Building In p.at. An investment In Your Future
Starke each Monday and I
BEULAII BAPTIST Wednesday Nignt :7:!Mayer
Friday mornings between] HOMECOMING Services! 7:30: p. m. Rev.
.. SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL 9-30: anal:! 11:30: a. m. to assist Merle Packham
a. DISTRICT NO. 1 residents of Bradford Beulah Baptist Church on pastor. jlVEmlJ eC GDf1 fd
Highway 21 In Clay Countywill
:: BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA County with social security
'
.. matters. celebrate its 117th Anni- NORTIISIDE BAPTIST naalla tedaH Ise lAs hats d
versary on Sunday.. Nov. 12.
District Election
Special Tax School I
: All members past members' ,x.oeatedron !
BaywM inch-
.e.. for Bradford County, Florida, Held Reserve Drill and friends are Invited. Lunch way (ISR 2251, Ratford Row!.] ..

: November 7, 1967 Not RequiredFor will be served at 1 p. m.Slnll'1na [SR 16J. Services: HuncU, :::.,;;i.i.:. ..,:. .:mX'.;;.;:;:::: t;. ::1.ml'! $S:.:. _,>>:;._:;$. ;oi ,:Ft:: s'\a"; :,",wtivwVb C4itik"i : 'x:;:

In the afternoon School, 10..a. m. Sunday: J ...f. ,tlt'l. ." .. ,:
:: Ballot For Trustee of the District Vietnam Vets .Urni lr' Worship 11 a. m ]: ." .
.
I Funeral ServicesFor Training Union. 6:30: p. m ;i ,., '.... r. .. :
Instruction to voters: Indicate your M. T. Dixon, of the Fla. I. Evening Service 7:30.: ( MidWeek ,,:::,..I .; : ", "HI"Hi ;

: choice by marking: an "X" after the Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Mrs. BrownleeIn prayer Service Wednesday r 1:r l' <," ,' t .'r =1 I.

: name of the person or persons of announced this week that Gainesville 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn I.....- :: H., 4ii.vydr -
'
your choice for the position as trustee veterans returning from service hon pastor. IO ,. > '< '
.
In Vietnam no longerface :: .. .
: or by writing in the name of the I Mrs. Mamie Brlnson Brown. : "
Involuntary assignmentto lee, 52, died Saturday at her BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCP i : .." I.
of choice for
: : person or persons your a reserve unit for weekly I '
11 '
home Gainesville She ::5.
near i.f' :
.I the position and marking an "X"a' drills, once they are released! had been a resident of Gain- Sunday School. 10 a. m J., .,/, i. ., DADDY" :-;

thereafter. from active duty according esville for 31 years and was a Morning Worship, 11 a. m ;$J1' '' 114 t... ... .. "
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to the Defense Department. member of the First r: I(
Baptist Evening Worship 7:30: p. m : {.
:: VOTE FOR THREE PERSONS: Instead they will serve out Church. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m !I ....., '

.1 the remainder of their six Surviving are her husband Wednesday Rev' W. I I :r:1: ,\,, "!"\' 1 .

Daniel Bright' ____________ ______ year military obligation In a James Milton Brownlee; one Newman, puter..FIRS" I! : \ '
stand-by status.. They could, daughter, Mrs Michael K. Daddy! When are youR : ,
.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD .
4 I Smeltzer of Roanoke, Va.,'and '
Herman Johnson : however, be assgned to a two :;; coming home?"
OF STARKE I
---------- ------ one of Gainesville l'f
.I weeks annual summer training son John ; I "
.. or they could volunteerfor her mother Mrs. S. A. Brimon West Weldon St. and Ral- : How happy It would make ouroJ"oJ"J oJ"-:
:: Ben.L,;Moxley\ Jr. _. : Starke; one brother Col. Sheldon -
.. ------- ----- I weekly drill. S. Brlnson U. S. Air ford Road. J Heavenly Father if we responded t.t.I I

The new policy excludes Force England; and two Sunday Services: 10:00: a.m. ,;f to His voice in the same joyous
.:.i James' W. Patray ________ _____ those Navy reservists who grandchildren. Sunday. School; 11:00: a.m. I @
.. enlisted In the Reserve under Morning Worship; 6:30: p.m. f tt manner that this little child baaresponded j jt
I :
Funeral services were held
..1i. an agreement to serve C. A. Services: 7:30: pm. I
at 11 a.m. Tuesday tn the h to his Daddy's voice.
-------------------------- ------ Evangelistic : tl
.. two years on active. duty Services. I .
Gainesville First I Baptist
%
:: .'u .. and the balance of their ser- Church with Dr. Fred Wednesday: 7:30: pm Mld- ( Enthusiasm .for God's Way
Liaugtionand
.c -------------------------- ------ vice obligation in the Navy Week Prayer Meetlnll.I I !{ would turn a greater number of
.. Reserve. Reservists who have Dr. U. S. Gordon ofrlcl r- Pastor: Rev. George Green I '

.., not served In Vietnam! but I ing. Burial wa In Evergreen Jr. t S people toward God and His love t# '
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..., who have two or more yearsof Cemetery under direction of KI.VGSLEY LAKE k f "/ via glad.when they eaid ,

active duty wll not be Involuntarily Williams\ Thomas Funeral' I
:
i. BAPTIST CHURCH ; I unto me, Let us go into the house
assigned to ready h
: SAMPLE BALLOT'' reserve units for regular drill Home. I Sunday School 9:45: a. m. It. 1 r of the Lord (Psalms 122:1): ) 'f:

.. uness the vacancies for theirspecla.118ts Morning Worship 11 a. m. I i j .:'
would be
Training Union 6:15: p. m. ..... a joyous response'tok
:I .?t No.SPECIAL.___________ f could not other- Guard since that componentrelies Evening Service 7:30: p. m ;
.' wise be filled The policy k God'a command, "Forsake not ...
entirely upon voluteers. Midweek Prayer Service,I
TAX SCHOOL Dixon .says also does not I!. a
:: affect the Army National to man Its units. Wednesday 7:30: p m. Come "' the assembling of yourselves to 's.

:. DISTRICT, NO. 1 I let us worship together. ( f!; geth r." (Hebrews 10:25)I ) /1ft ';
i :
:, BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA AIRPARK BAPTIST '

..I Special Tax School District Election I TOTALLY NEW Sunday School lOa. m I& wi''"'' z63asa3is.'tva.; <';' ;: +tiuncbx.t"' : %1i:!.:fu't.cimI:' ? ..i;?:% :rJt-fijttm: '.< ....... '.,., .

:. for Bradford County Florida, ;Held Morning Worship 11 a m. 1 :
r HM Owedbi.hlpeYMry..ymis. .,. ssMpr.odineahnewl.d. ...11| W Hli Im' \\Nllf ,

:": November 7, 1967 V DARINGLY DIFFERENT! Training ning Service Union 8 7 p p.m.-Rev.m. Eve- It for MI....(Kb farad..,hr HIM I*mpndbMelntrkwlwjlhrrhbx.welwe""' ; :' ,

;:; Nik irawriliii h *M .... II( M .. Hvmwitiit w story w way ot tli will" "Ixfownn 1:: .
:: Ballot for School Tax District Leroy Olive, Pastor. ,;; .ri.Ikt........ which w
.! Millage Levy \\\REALLY\ TERRIFIC t.1 gas a MUhk pM. ef( ..U.,as UuuU Mrpxt" .DM.. Ownh hf .B... ....W......,lmel q '
MADISON STREET .. 1wnI1I KM, toomr Mind.. 1 end. i
.. - - MmiH""' mt hh IoyaM ,every pnwn. < uplnH"" forftkjolt -
., BAPTIST CHURCH 1'4 "* hi Hit Ownh Maws IT.lilh KM"huh' tknl.won i III*..d.et. .tli. "W..u,,10" Kwft ; .
(
..... I \\ \ FULLY ELECTRIC Sunday. Nov. 5- Sunday ;J. .......irtikk ibM.>tll Mt Mm frat It Rn
.= SPECIAL -TAX SCHOOL Worship School ,9:45:11 a.a. m m. Morning Youth fm_ &tWiIDim'iWJj; :.:r.w.u: dCv3cauewunaawaxaw: : ': ': +rfe.AA:' .1$1 :.aca.:a v ,.<:.,..'..............."':...,.

: DISTRICT NO. 1 Choir Practice, 4:30: p. m.

:; BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA: Youth Choir Suppj.% IS::45.

:: Special ''Tax School ,District Election Training Prayer Circle Union 7:15.:6:15.: Evening WMU This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the FollowIng .

:..: for* Bradford\ County. Florida, Held Worship, 7:30.: Civic-Minded Business Firms -

.a November 7, 1967 Monday Brotherhood
.. Meeting at the Church 7:30:

: Ballot ,for School Tax District p. m. WMU business meeting FAULKNER Edwards STARKE BUILDERS

:: Millage Levy at the Church. 7:30.: SINCLAIR SERVICE Grocery &

: to Ah., f ,i Tuesday Circle One I Mkt. SUPPLIES Inc.
Instruction voters: Indicate by fs meets at Church: 9:30: a. m. U-HAUL RENTALS ,

: : marking an "X" in the space after Wednesday Prayer &: Truck'' '.Trailer Groceries-Meats-Feeds Featuring Ace Hardware, .
line''' one whether you favor the pro Praise\: Service 7:30.: Choir Complete Paint Supplies

:: posed millage levy which is neces Practice Deacons Meeting, Complete Lubrication Gas & Oil .ad.Sporting Good*

::1 sary for the approved school term. 8:30.Thursday: Minor Tune-ups Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. "CHECK> WITH US nBST"
:: If you favor a different levy, write Sunbeamsand .w
:d the levy you favor after line two: OA's, 3:30: p. m. Visitation 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 lIlt WuhJnxtoa St. BM4370

7 p. m.

.:': A. District No. 1 Current Fund: SMITH-CORONA COMPACT2 S Norman L. Redding, interim DOYLE CONNER t f' v M Lawson Meat Market

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:: Estimated millage levy required for pastor. Insurance AND COLD STORAGE
A Agency
full-featuredfully electric office
.. typewriter
.,I 4\-. ...i ._ tegplsr_ term"' : FIRST METHODIST OF STARKE, INC. WellpeelaUw!
.. at the price of a manual!, S-A-51-E fat Oiutam SlAaetiUr.
CHURCH STARKE '' tag, Cutting ft
:: 1. 6 milts--______ ______ With Your Mutual Agent UJS. 301 NORTH heParod Wrepplnf
,\ Sunday Church .For.Deep n-
.. : N S S \ \ \ \ I School. .
: 9:45: a. m.:: Morning Worship, 222 N. Ph. 964-7600 Starke, Fla.
J Temple Ph. 964.7369 rnoNlC
M4.70S9
%. ; 2. Other millage levy $2So i 11 a. m.; Snack Supper for: -
.... % FOR rims','.'. MYF. 6 p.,m.: MYF meetings

.. 6:30: p. m.: Evening. Worship Starke "66" Service Bradford County DeWTTT C.
., _: .."-_....--- ------ ---- ////I///1 ))1 \11)) ; 1 > \ \ \ 7:30: p. m.Monday. JONES
. ,.. BILL EDWARDS FUNERAL HOMES
. TELEGRAPHTYPEWRITERS
... B. District No. 1 Building and > Full six*keyboard K King size carriage -and 0JmmI8IIIon..onMembership Evangelism Starke .- Ph. 964-6200
Automatic carriage return K Automatic repeat characters Brake Se"ice-Whe 1
:: I ,' Bus Reserve. Fund: 7:30: p.' m.Tuesday. Balance
. 1 ... Half-space key K Electric backspace key WSCS Executive and Alignment Keystone Height -

: Estimated millage levy required for And lots more electric typewriter features for full.performance, meeting 9:30: a. m ; 612 N. Ph. 473-317
::: regular term: full duty office typing See It today I Try It today I WSCS meeting' 10 a. m; Temple! .-Ph. 961.7231 New & Used

: Wednesday: --Circle 1, 10 a.1 I rHurst ...
.1
.3 m i Circle 3. 10 a. n.;. Bible Charley E. Johns FOR SALE OR RENT \ i'1'' .

: : 1. 1 mill _______________ ______ Bradford County TelegraphPhone Study and Prayer Meeting, 7 I Shell ServiceCARL

. p. m. i Agency

2.: Other millage levy 964-6305 ,. Thursday Chancel Choir, ISt m. Walnut ,Pfc. M4-5070' ELECTRIC HURST

Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. I GENERAL: !: tNS'UBANCID ADDING MACHINES
\ Friday Junior Choir Re-,
---------------------- ------ hesrsat;: p: m. I .Neb.dy.Bst. Nobo4J"11aclenN I Phone 'DG1-C303 H" '. SOI A; 100 Ph. 04-6111,. I
II I Charley K. Johno Agnncy ; lea 8. Wtlmrt. ,, Stark i


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_ THURSDAY, NOV. t} 19ft7 BRADFORD -- -

4 the fruit from ,2 .to 10 .days In ,I tea to split the plant food In some areas persimmonleaves Immediate cure. Follow this by

a olu.. n.,of one part ,lime application. In this case apply! are prone to turn yellowand an application of cine sulfate

301 and 10 parts water. Fruit BO half the fertilizer In the spring the tip end of the branches -l I i,to the soil for long-range I
treated it firm, juicy and non- and the --qi'.ier\ half In the summer I die This Is usually due to benefits.
11 I Ir astringent.'University. after the leaching rains\ a Inc deficiency A foliage
fruit breeders are I\a"e fallen. spray of Reno sulfat Is the

.... _
DRIVEINOPFN I nan trlngent _-_ ,-- u
checking on 8 -' -
-li :: ':"' 0': : ,.."' -" If- IDrili
varieties adaptable to Florida.
Some fruit 'under surveillance
.
SUNDOWN U.of-xc llsnt eating qualities,
I even In i.ie firm, mature stage. NOVEMBER]
Show Begins at 7 PJW.\ Until the researcher ,discover l

ADMISSION-- I' an Ideal persimmon for Flee .

Adults 73c Students CUt I ida, it's ,a good Idea to plant
the variety that thrives In
Children Under 12
Free
your locality. For this Information
contact either the county''

FRI. SAT SUN. I agent? or a'locai I nurseryman. II "

NOV. 3, 4, I 5 Culture
I Persimmons do beat upon,,
lighter soils which are well ,
+ ,drained. You are In luck If I
tNlwrla
s I 1 }* : I your property has a good sub- CALVERT'S EXTRA

1 1 I 'vaNew-... ,. .," --- soil containing some clay.!

Additional expenses, for the land and paving' have put the coat However, clay la not absolutely I
Hampton(;>> School of the unit close to $230,000. essential I OKEARLY 496
dssA Persimmons like full sunlight I
If all gnaw IMtortllng'to plant. about 240 Hampton, Htmlnnta The new building' In carpeted end alr-comlltloned. The and ample "elbow room"
I
will move Into this.. new round srJtool building next Tu Mday. photo wan taken Tuewlay I during an inspection the new So, the planting site should be.j TIMES

The eight ejaitqrnonir handing, 'Va<{ conMriictvd by IlarrU St unit tty 8upt. Turn Casey and Principal. Maureen Furul, shown an open space no closer than

Edlf/ 'cs 4r Hzrrka.Cotu+t.lCe., for s contract price a little under S19u,04)U.) ,'I above.BROOKE. 20 feet from the nearest tree
f t
canopy.If I 3 FOR 12.99
-----
Burp Is lawn
w. leaving' business, so she just I the planting site a
InyyyRtvttvvvvyVT'F drove off and left her suitcase area, practice clean cultivation
sitting on the sidewalkIn around the trunk of the tree.I
fo Tallahassee.It I In chopping out weeds, do not I
FLORIDA THEATRE feeder DANCE TO LIVE MUSIC
seems like Saturday Is Just dig deeply, as many I
roots of the tree grow close to
1 }t' Joyce! Stoke, a day for former Brooker correspondents ,' the soil. WED. FRI. SAT. NITESBobby's
the surface of
r .Showtime-"Weekdays 7:00: Sunday. 3:00: ?" to get married a for I ,
Saturday 1:00 AAA AA AAAAAA..AAAAAAAA second time. Betty Raborn, Fertilizer requirements
!But'the :
persimmons are vague.
former correspondent, made a
HALLOWEEN: CARNIVAL
Fill. SAT NOV. 3, 4 ISIG S') 'CESS quick trip to Georgia Satur- trees seem to thrive on
Oct. 14 and tied the knof. application of a garden fertilizer -
,
President day, HideawayWALDO
W. H.! Hayes announced -
Double Feature Program The lucky guy la I James L. mixture containing
CHobartlsSegal : that this was a very add and
Alden Jr. of Gainesville. Beat nitrogen, phosphoric ,
NO. 1 NO. 2 cceutul"rear- for the Brooker of lucktThree I potash. general rule 4a to
Meeker PTA Halloween
Carnival, and apply one J pound of plant food LIQUORSOne
wishes to thank all who
Hale The world of the -Go. helpedto Factors per year of age of the tree. I
make> this a' banner
year.
gii Is 9nd the get-get guys. ''More people attended the carnival Apply the fertilizer In the Mile\ North of Waldo U.S. 301 Phone 46899.13
PwtarfrifirtttrfbyRiijtfCorajiIWrtlakyHiwardBfwar Involved In spring about he time the tree
this than in the
year
hunoot Cehrhltlre starts to ]leaf out. If the tree I
years past Although the net Feeding Plants
Is it is a good,
As on sandy soils
: + a'r profit has not yet been determined -
this too will be Major nutritional problemsof
PLUS larger than, In years past. Winners ornamentals result from

of the King and Queen the failure of homeownersand
contest Were! as follows: many garden supply dealers l-
mgm gnwfe a martin ransotoff production
ri'GENENIISON King Billy Reid; Queen, to understand nutritional!

tbnycurtisclaudia I Phyllis Jones; Prince, Rickey needs of the plants. Now Showing.
.
.
Carroll; Princess, Rhonda Har- Joseph N. Joiner, associate

!: *!=.?JOYCEOfllffl .arr.--aw rell. I ornamental horticulturist with.
FROM WARNER BROS'''&&m'' rgtlall rade Winners were:of the costume pa- state's Agricultural Experiment -

cardinalc TECHNICOLOR: Stations, says that three
Prettiest: Jill Creen, '''Susan LARGEST STOCK OF
factors need to be answered
wilenJWe Parrish, Sherry Kay Wilson,
SUN., MON., TUES NOV. 5, 6, 7 Darlene Jonea, Cherle HInton, to correct many of the problems
:;: and Phyllis> Jones. ,

'I IIWIe.M b, Ugliest: Petle Hodge, Randy They include what kind of
A .9VELYSQRTotDEATH Raulerson Debbie. I Green, fertilizer to use, how much to i

1 s Brenda Hayes Laurie Temple, apply, and how It should be TYPEWRITERSEVER :
tSharon Sjinutl IMnH' i limn H.NicholMORo and (Charlene Melvin I applied. "Answers to theee
Mw | Coinun't Production g<
Most Original: Jody Drawdy questions can help minimize .
Brenda ,\Vllllngham, Everett nutritional problems of orna- V #N : ;
Hayes, Beth Hamilton Alene menatlfl." said Joiner.
Green and Donna.llelvln.Mrs. A good general formula for STARKE I
Edith Melvin, chairmanof most plant. uses Is one in IN ,
the Parade, wishes to thankall which the N-P-K ratl U 1 I I'i
who made the parade the to 1 to I, such as a <8-6-6< or

best ,one yet. 8-8-8 fertilizer
tate .PSYCHEDELIC COLOR IMI RECOMMENOEo It was well 'attended' and Joiner said that under''' most: J
.
fc panavisionVd metrocolor MATURE parents 'ami !Children :alike circumstances' If any element f'''"I
s.eraus, um d.W. ,PETER FONDA'SUSANSTRASBERUFOR were most cooperative. '''Mrs. should be in a higher ratio ""j'i II,

OBUUNALIOUNO TMCK RlCOROINa ON TQWM UCOHCI |I.AMERICAN WURNATIOIULnClUtit Melvin would like .especially than. the others, it should be ; :
to thank the Judges, Mrs. J. nitrogen [NJ. Plante are not StandardsNEW
rr I C. Harrell Mrs. Emanuel Kllen- so specific in their needs that

man, and Mrs. A B. Adams. each type requires a specialfertilizer. AND
I Door Prizes were given to: Joiner said the one

I* A Green, an electric radio' formula can be used on all / USED

with the compliments of Roy shrubs, grasses, annuals, per
Carroll, (Brooker Super Mark ennlals and trees found '
I et; Mrs. Nancy Stalnaker, 20 around most homes. I MANUAL OR
,of with the .- y
: gallons gauotine How much should be ap-,
compliments of the Hayes Gro- plied depends ]largely/ on slza r ELECTRICPortables
cery; Don McDavld. a pen and of plant and rainfall. How
I pencil set, compliments of the I
ever good rule of thumb
t'r'y
Edwards '
Green's
Grocery. Lucy -
Joiner says, Is to make light '
won the Billy\ Big- .t
gun
applications frequently, rather vr
ham the record player, H. C. .
Box of Lake Butler the doll, than heavy ones less fre yha> 4+ MANUAL ORELECTRIC

NEW i and the secretary at Cope- quently. '- -
EiMtforflater'i "Usually< 15 to 3 Ibs. of -
'
land (Meat Packing, In Ahichua,
8-8-8 equivalent 100 .
an or per
tae rod and reel. Music ,was 4.li
feet. 100 feet of
square or per
furnished by Brooker'* own
"The row at any one time is sufficient
band
rock and roll ,
Squires." All in all It was Justa ," said Joiner.
good night of entertainmentand How often fertilizers shouldbe

6zr those who missed it are applied varies tremendously I ..
l e I e 1 *l t t lust unfortunate. and depends mostly on the .
NEW BUILDINGAt size: and extent of the pant's

last we are In the ,new root system and rainfall. Generally I I,
school building, and it Is lovely. he says, the ..smallerthe I 4 I
Those of you who have not root system the 1 less fer. +'" ,;.
e Men Ube new.DulUiog by all tiller' should be added per :I "I, "IJ
vttf means should visit and see. application but the more firequent : ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vickery the applications. .Heaivj ,
of Alachua were dinner guests rains also makes additional' \ "

of :Mr. ''and Mrs. Leroy Stokes Applications ,necessary. It-
and family Saturday. Joiner says when putting on /
Sorry to hear that Frankie the fertilizer the soil rnould'
_
Tomllnaon fractured an, ,arm be moist.. Then Immediatelywater ,
r while playing football last In the fertilizer .after I : l
,
;" I :
[)C( .fF@f1tmr57 week.'Pat Ctstlen also suffered broadcasting it over the),root ", I' .'
l a pulled ligament in his zone. ..._ I "
left foot while practicing Son- I f' .' % J. *-"*- .,
D-490 Rex-Rotiiry Means' day.afternoon, and Tony Cast- I 'te f ''

......... 'Quality ten has a concussion received GoSGarde Used Royal Standards .- From $$65
Simplicity'! Monday at BHS, B squad prac \1idiLet's
i Ham fiafera to R"--to.,m&qutct b tondtabvplant Cleanliness tice.

printing B;Is now.W a pit Bolm Electra PKC Patrick W. Castlen of

frbrtv. Hws's at teonomlcal wit developed to litJOIII'pdatyourdesUldJlllll'JridlAlnquIreJDellts. Ft.' Knox, Ky. is i spending a ( i Used Royal Electrics $$150

; + All .]Models\ : Utie' '''Printers Paste 14 day leave with his parent I
Run. Mr. and Mr. Leroy Stoke He''
Ink Won't Leak or
(
Prof tested$ p ail ao fllfo Dlx, NJ. where he will beI, ]Florida Atrloolturml8rvte lur..
,clltrt1 bwGhigai cgd jjj tf_ysioist ,
flown to Germany to tendon ,
for the next three .years. I '
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Frankof New Portables 49.95 Smith 'Corona Elec. Portables

s Lakeland were visiting Mr. Persimmons art like kissing up From 149.50
and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and kin- becauM eating the fruit .

.. family Sunoay, and accompanied make mot folk "pucker up.. Used :Hand .Adder ,- 55.00 ;, BohnMimeograph Machines
Mrs. Frank's brother, Alan :Aside from Co* amorous tendencies '.

The TELEGRAPH Proud 'To AnnounceA Smith, of Auburndale back the persimmon'bas Used Elec. Adder . 75.00 and ,Duplicators _
weekend
home. Alan spent the long been a popular dooryard --
herewith the Stokes family. rrult.. The generic name. 'Dioipyro -
New Dealership -- The Complete Line of I Rev. Alan Price of Starkewas literally mean "food of COME IN AND SEE OUR DISPLAY f; (,1JJfJ1
af the
the guest speaker the Gods." This prestige began


Bohn Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator And Mimeograph :day.the Brooker dinner He Baptist and guests his Church family of :Mr.were Sun-and eons excellent.The ago,flavor It in it China of a concentratedfood the and fruit Japan..la ,A Price And Style To Suit .Every Taste

I J. R. ''MOtt.
Mrs. ddd hear about the 'became all of the sugar ALSO TYPEWRITERS & ADDING MACHINES TO RENT
Machines .And Supplies.! Say you Harrell.U quick, .energyproducingdextrose.
,, exciting trip Ramona However, native and
and Patty Blgham bad hut
week? They went to spend the mot Oriental 'persimmons are I
aitrlnffent puckery -until i TELEGRAPH
weekend in Tallahaseee and BRADFORD COUNTY
to and behold upon arriving fully ripe. 1 I
LIen discovered they had left To be on the safe side, re- I I

Bradford County Telegraph Ramona's suitcase at home. earchert at the University, of : PHONE 964-6305&
But they had fun and then Florida Agricultural E5cp: rl- i i

came .time ito go tack, home, mint Station suggest remov-
and I guess Patty Just didn't Ing'the astringency with a .
,want to be outdone about' this 1 lime solution. They fay soak ;





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TIIVRgfkV, NOV. 5. 1961
BRADFORD COUNTY 4TLEORAPB L r'AKRPf FLORIDA
3 PAGE 8 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN'
In buBlneflM un- that the le"'I&'R"4, do.lrlr:1Ito :
tu engage
D. W. cat" 1 rnuraery open], -n.: ..i hag 1Jn.taG. in charge. Love Feast, 11 I pleted at the end of this conference d,>r the flctlttoua. nnmA tar anyaff ia bualnaaa under
the canal dredging. But now, end with Mr. and Mrs BROTJIRR3" the riotltlnui name of 'JAClC'd!:
INDIAN BEACH : W1UTKHEAD:
it Is getting better and I Carpenter.Mr. Said he to Miss Muffet. '::3' pi m. tnurwnryBv. opeal m. Communion will be [I year [ at 1102 Mouth Colloy Uoad. EOQ FARM" at Jraham, FlorIda
"I think you'll Just bluff Ifc;,,, Lawrence Carroll. at 8 p. m. Stark.., Florida Int-nd tor..glet..r (P. O Box 731, Starke./
starting to and Mrs. Charles Cal- 1.1'I.') \ NOTi'MI !
(FrOM proceeding Paitcl] know people are In fact I know you won't pastor. An Appreciation WILL NOT Bia RK8PONS7Htra the .uld name with Flo, Ida), Intend to register
have lahan and Mr. and Mrs. the Circuit Court
I of
catch fish again. the Clerk
FOR ANY' T>KTtTtMAUFI the Raid with the Circuit
me. will be given> in honor of name
stop Florida.
(Lucky) Lutgen, and Sue Is several people Charles Strum of Orlando BY ANYONE OTHER ot Bradford County
heard of !
cat, of }l> rPuU Court of Bradford
to a WhltelmndMay th J
And'' change me DEDAN BAPTIST [Brookerl L. A. Sampson on B8Q Maltland ]
Blirnad:
the laughter!: of Mr. and bream wet flies spent. the weekend with Mr. THAN MYSELF. WhiteheadTHOMAS
catching on Belle *R rda.(
believe that .U'I 11/9 Colin. T. >
I can't members
Well I Sunday Services: Sunday 12 at 8 p. m. by Juan W. Holmos. 10/28 UP )
:Mrs. C. R. Alvarez. Sue is, by letting them, aa down and Mrs. Doyle James. They do is bop ]! PIERCE JACK HINE3
The most you can School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Greater Allen Chapel. 203-fl North Temple Ave
employed at the Medical about a foot and drift down attendee!!!:! the Homecominggame me. otf :' NOTICE! Starke, Florida OWE MAE HINES
"a' Center In Gainesville. stream Saturday.. So Al didn't believe her, Worship 11 a. Training, years N'OTIICV!. [13 ItBrtEBT GiVEN 10/26 4t 11/16 tOfU It ll/S
duly
the undorclirnad.
= Fred and Vera SWearingen! Betty Griffin of Orlfflni.>| "Pap" and Reba Naswor- And he tried to deceive her Union 6:30: p. m. Evening ----'i that .

are busy getting their waterfront -,' Lodge! reports that ell their' thy attended the Annual He pinched her again any- Servloe, 7:30.: Wednesday
-:: cleaned out. Most of!'I Jonesvllle Cemetery deanIIVT how. Prayer Meeting '7:30: p. m .
_.. ,
'
the weekend
boats were out on !'IIiA"iiIit"m':! )>.rh\t--!:\ : I
.-. the lots on the little lake'' near Newberry lost Sat- AI Slder, Hsv. Leroy Olive, Pastor.
and everyone IS catching Next: / time she saw
.: have many trees and Cypress Even Monday urday. They enjoyed seeing He chasing a spider, OPEFI
specs. on was i EVERY FRIDAY TILL 9
knees must be remov-I' morning there wire eight old friends of the family An 1 s-reamlog: "Mceow!
ed In order to have a !good: Sunday, thev went to Alexander .: Meeow !" i r. - -.1t
the brush pUes.I
boats on
swimming. area.: Besides be- Springs and took, a iI Colored! Citizens
boats averaRai!! between I I
The ::
Inq" annoying, they are dan I boat: trip down the run. t Take it
20( and 30 each. The bass are '
gerous. biting spasmodically.\ One "Congratulations"' to Otis I) tl News II
Charlie and Vanerta Mor- the Melton: who is now the assistant . from me- '
day they bite good, and '
;.. ris, and Pete and Joyce Bar- next day. not at all. manaTPr at the Western :..s .- '. .._........
ton spent the weekend In Auto Store !In Starke.I :""' 1H rtjJ.f

the Ocala National] Forest on Mrs. Barnhlll, of Barnhlll's He has enrolled: In A night' St. William's Sunday: I
with Camp says she is still hav- Carnegie' .. Mass f. }VEST h
the OklawahA River clans of the Dale Mass, 9 .m. Wednesday ; I
Billy 'and Elizabeth Noegel ing boss and bream broughtin Course to aid him in his; and Novena 7 p.m. ---
.r at their cabin.. They enjoyftl that are caught on flies. work. tY 1 1.-W- -- _

crabbing, and caught' some So overall the fishing picture Betty and Dee Morris and Community Church Rev. .. tire &W ,

nice Redbreasts and Bream. is looking better. children spent Friday: and Leon F. Milner, minister. Mrs..,. i..

Until recently the river has Mrs. Helen Walker Saturday In Gainesville with George Conova, organist. Mrs... 1. ,
been messed up because of Jacksonville, spent the ofl the Keith Crenshaws and at- William Warren, Secretary. : I .

tended the parade and the Sunday School 9:40: a. m r I
Gator, Orowl. Dee and Keith' Morning Worship, 11 a. m.,. r ffr.{)

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home fished In LochJoosa and Nursery' at 11 a m. service WEST El G td 4w J

caught some specs Saturday.! only.Prevbyterhm.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kite I --
PHONE 961.6200 -
STARKE Jr. were in Tennessee overthe Faith Presbyterian Church ---. .

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 weekend, Vslt'n' son Robert vho, Is a tu-) ister. Mrs. W. A. Wallace, or- carry -
dent: at Sew><"")pe Military
Rental Services sranlst, ; Mrs. Carl Swisher "
Academy. They attended' AI't;
BUILDING ]
summer organist. I I
and
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS the football some rl'COp- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. '
tlon for parents on Friday.'
/I-
I Morning Worship. 11 a.m.
CRUTCHES and a luncheon and formal Sunday (Nursery open both TECHNICIAN I MATERIALS J J I
dance Saturday:! There was a hours.) Bertls Parks, daughter of I .
dance for students of
separate Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parks

.::J and dates.. Robert took partIn -KnlHrorml this city has, recently been in the building inateritaf
the dedication of a ne'v St. Anne's- Rev. WilliamI. employed. by the Westtngohusa -
:: GET CASH mess hall and the presentation Jones Vicar. Defense and Space Cen- I "
of sabers to the officers business since 1392! ,s .
... Morning* Prayer and Ser ter In Fort Lauderdale as an .
Mrs. W. E. Kite Sr. stwelit technician.'
mechanic
electro -
J'
IMMEDIATELY to look mono 2nd and 4th Sunday 4 .
the Kite home! ) She Is a 1964 graduate of
after the animals while they :3O: a.m. (nursery open. RJE High School.
Eucharist and sermon
1 Holy
I were !gone.Well! Bertls completed two years tt
as you can 'see business 1st and 3rd Sundays 9:30: A- college work at Daytona
of
; I picked up a little this m. (nursery open). Church Beach Junior College, graduating -) ?
:;; I EHT $25 TO $600 week. Which !U fine with me, School. 9:30: a.m. "Holy Eucharist. in 1966.! She'later attended -
rUht here close to S a.m. each Sunday ;prll: PDecctlt
: p' >e3lally Browarl1::' County: Vocational -
ee I
I Christmas present time. So. Evening: Prayer, 7:30: p.m School in Fort Lauder-
ai f coming each Sunday. ETC 6:30:
< these p.m.
keep busy nine-weeks
completing a
dale! ,
:. DO YOU HAVE. I weeks, and keep that news each Sunday. course in electro-mechanics.

.1.. -Too to make? coming In. Remember there Dally offices of Morning Her latest vocational venturehas
many payments are only 53 davs until Christ' her
for
made !It possible
and Evening Prayer 8:00: am.
.:,: -Too many bills to pay7 I mas.heres :Mother And until Goose's next nephew week. and 5:00: pm. to Job take openlwr.advantage of a big VQmL1' P AINT


:: DO YOU NEED Leeon.LEEON'S CORNER -LutherpvLutheran Church of Keystone RECREATION All boys and, girls betweenthe OHt COI'f S

"Little Miss Muffet" of 9 and 15, vrho are
ages
.:.i f EXTRA CASH NOW? (Revised] >Meyer,Heights minister.: ; Vicar Richard interested In participating In ;, INTERIOR OR EXTERI01

. Little Miss Muffet the City League Baseball: program '
Sat on a turret Divine WOI ship, Sunday 11 are asked to register! 4 '

.:, LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR Eating her steak of tins a. m. Holy Communion 2nd at the Reno Recreation Center ,. LATEX HOUSE PAINT \
week. Sunday of each month. dally from. 4:30: to, 6:30: p. to welts A
: MONFY PROBLEMS\ I When along came Al Side:'. Services held each Sundayat : r: '" .
: And sat, down beside her St. Anne' Eolscopaln.urch m.All teenagers will be entertained -, GUARANTEED TO
I Then he pinched her on with a Record HoP RESIST MILDEW Q
: keystoneBaptist Jelihtlt'1I.
; 1 We Are Trained To Help I -----------
to
: the cheek. each Friday night from 8 rI "'-'
I "Listen lure of fun with!I I' FULL *
Sadd she! 11 for an evening I FREE 39se1:
Al Sider my dear, supervision.The I GALLON
: Town finance Co. I /1
I really. wouldn't try that. Worship services : Sunday Reno Recreation basketball : -

l'' If you mess with ine. 11 a. m.. 7:30: p. m. (nursery team and the :Bradford 9x12 I rj .......

226 N. Temple Ph. 964-7449. I have. powers you"l see, 9penJ. : Hawks, who are sponsored Drop Cloth II
e1 I'll turn Into a starke Recreation \ 1. : $ I
And you Sunday School, 9:45:: a, m by the j WgjgpN LADDER $47
with
Department, are practicingevery I every
.. Tuesday. and Thursday Purchase Of i* COMPLETE SELECTION Or LA DDK US AVAILABLJC

u from 4:30: to 7 and from 7:30: ( I 2 Gal. or More |i \ '

I, to 9 p. m. L.-J. ; pan, Roller & Frame, 79eWKST
.1 Fans are invited towane
.el I out and, watch the team prac \ ... */
NOW" OPEN.! tice. HAM AM YOUR
PAINTING NEEDS!
1 The Hawks are coached by %
:i t Charles Jackson, and the Rec'reatlon / I
team Is coached oy f
:1 JchnnJe Jackson. r r r r tr e-.a1 r r - -

::, Morrison's Cafeteria MEETING NOTICESDell -

Chapter\ 168 ,.will meet ,
|i at 8 p. m. tonight [Tnuratfayi; ] jIVE OlD$ MAN WINTER TOUGH TIME- liiN"r"
t in the Masonic Hall on INSULAr/IN DO C osT.:.

j AT GAINESVILLE MALL SHOPPING CENTER are Brownlee asked St to All be, present members aJ I 11' PAY!

+ business of vital Importance
.rt1,, :r : will, be transacted.The 01IJ UDl1l! J
: ? ccICKh
; < 11 ', )' !dl regular' monthly meet- ,
. + Y Ing of the RJE PTA was held
Wednesday. night. at 7:30: in
the oafetorium. A'l parents W/TH 3.INe"

L anidi Interested educators are tPe 5 4r
Invited to visit: the school and {

see the progress your students '
are making. ; 'it

S..... A The the Music direction Department of Mrs., Under W.- FIBERGlAS ;

.. I M. Randolph, la sponsoring a Irr i
.. %i
Thanksgiving program at 9:30a. :

.,J I i 11. w m. on Thursday.. Nov..9. All - - - - -- - .--a -
.. parents and Interested personsare
.. invited to attend. ____________-. BERKELEY PUMPS DESIGNED FOR
., v r ." SERVICEMAN I N.plae.ThoeeDirty, I
CONTINUOUS
I I DEPENDABLE
I SERVICE
r
Clogged tillers ,
: ,. Sp.-4Paul H. Tyson son of 1 t
.H i i, e ti ? 1 Mr and Mrs. Horace Tyson I FURNACEFILTERS I DEEP WELLI
of Starke Is home on an extended
:; I visit. He to a 1967 I I t plenty I model of "D" pump for modern develop U-J. 1/3 ll.p. Basic Unit $57.23

.. graduate. of RJE High School I 1 premure
.. l I '"
..e '* be ) and is stationed.NEWS:! in den-many. ,: I D-5, 1/2 } Unit $67.79
CHURCH
i : i
atI .. Pleasant drove Methodist __:!:________. finest quality. Designed to operate .
Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson reliably with weUs 20 to 120 D-7, 3/4 H.p. Dasic. Unit $71.49
: : ;; pastor. Church School. 10 a. feet deep. Delivers up to 1500

.,. -...ir'.1. .. :- !m. Lover Feast, 11 a.'m. Coin preattur gallons .per hour at 20 pounds D-10, 1 H.P. Basic Unit '$84:'..9
43
19 _" ...-. :f. t tz --4.E.:., "; munlon Service.: 4 j).' m:
is a
The MFP sponsoring
SHALLOW WELL
mo .
'. .*. Jr, Soul Hop Friday night at the LOCATIONS
'
,
'tvrr -, ,' ,. ,J' ; Mack Lane Youth Center In This dependable model "S"ahallow S-3, 1/3 }L[... Basic Unit $59.46
: : .
*. ; -.: ': IN "10 STATES! well pump I I. available Iq

.. .. -" ?':r:TCome -,..-,.... .My.+1.r.e i...... .. """ Ar .....; .; .:,; Pleasant 11. Refreshments Grove from.will 7:30 be: on to WEST, '.CUDtIll'"W' and four around lren for the home ample_l/3 water, %, %In S-5, 1/2 II.P. Basic Unit $69.47

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:: and discover how you can now enjoy Morrison's Cafeterias famous throughout the sale.porter.-Patricia Denefleld. re- STORE IIOUKS' : rnntlnuolM anti 1 Ji.n.duty.motor Delivers designed! up for to S-7, 3/1 II.P. Basic Unit $78.92
Mon.-Frl.. %:30-5:31t
:4I delicious food in beautiful surroundings at mod Southeast for almost half a century. I Bethlehem Free wul Baptist Sat., 7:30-4:00: : : discharge 170O gallons pressure per hour of SO even pound. at S-10 1 }II.P.} Basic Unit $91.42
Church Rev. Lewis Mc-
:: erate cost, At lunch or dinner any day you'll find all the Kay pastor.*' Monday: night 3330 GAINESVILLE N.: WALDO RD. VERTICAL JET I t

:: At the new Morrison's, with its tum-of-the-cen- ingredients of happy eating jot gj -lil' No.Choir 2 No.will' 3 'rehearse and Ushers at Board 7:30.: PHONE: 378-2601 The 100 .series single stag Jet 105 Basic Unit 1/2' II.P. $77.65

:i tury, village green decor you'll think you're so stop in soon'and .uGFISppljS Tuesday Choir No. 1 and 2 Ocala 1231 S. Orange Ave. pump Is designed to pump water

:; dining out of doors in a handsome walled and 7S7QOMrAiAJSESl <
:: t i tree-lined garden. iJJ: night Prayer Meeting. quires almost no attention after
Ave. 241-3441
Thursday night. Ladles Circle .
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meets at home of Mrs MoKay. Tampa 5306 N. 58th St-
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{ Friday night Prayer 629-7181 pumps. Including two and Raindrop Centrifugal available
S 1 soon and enjoy the wonderful food and the Band meeting at .home of Jacksonville HIS HvinesSt. three stage,. models. In Florida

:: .speedy, courteous service which have made GAINESVILLE MALL SHOPPING CENTER Clarance .Covlngton.;Saturday ..-335-0671 TANKS ;"
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,. '''lit will sell dinners in the church Jacksonville. 150 S. Edge- 12- Gallon Horizontal I t Tank .., .. $23.91
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kitchen. Sunday School 9:30: 30 Gallon Horizontal Tank Imd $32.29
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0 SERVING HOURSLunch Charlie Lott at 11 a. m. withReV' 4380375'paieilMTniTIOMIfTMIt 42 Gallon Horizontal Tank ----- .--- -__-____________ $10,95 j

-: ,. JIf"'" ii .. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. '1 Lewis McKay officiating.Foot : 42 Gallon Round Tank Galv. ___ ?.?___. __u____ $21.00

.;: ; ,..1"ti\ )'wi"a! Dinner "p.m. to 8 p.m. t Washing services at 8 teaarAluMr I 42 Gallon Squat Tank Galv. ________________________ $22.39 j
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.. Church Rev. L. A. Sampson I I

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