Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Raid Nets ., 1 ..p YN ATV' A New Middle School

5 ArrestsEleven

warrants have been Planned By Board !

signed against five persons in -
live separate moonshine and
whiskey raids Lat! week by Meeting here Wednesday -

state ..beverage agents and the morning, the Bradford

Bradford Sheriff's Department j. .ol County School Board authorized

,) .. its architect Don
One moonshine still was \..., ..,' ... i', ,..w .- I .,'. .1;;, !, Ml'we6 Morgan to proceed with
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found set up In a man'ssmokehouse .. it.- t. <.Syr "': preliminary plans for

two miles west of .',' t:" .1'. ..\ ',121/ .....i; -.._. j :.f >> .. a IIJ", r
SR-16 on the Morgan Road. ,: .:. :"; J IH .J"I'" .. ,.5 .__, _. ,., 6 *rj"elw.'1 $400,000 "middle school"proposed -

Long-time resident. George It This .Is the front view of the new Bradford-Union Vocational to fill''' In at Its rear. on the steeply sloping. Conway Airport for constructionon 1 .
Olee was arrest on four the old Conway Airport
Technical |Center student are moving Into this week. site. The ground were somewhat dtyVedDe day with the
charges with bonds totaling property adjacent to the a
$5,000. Warrants were Tons of earth have been moved from the front of the building wind blowing sand along the bare ground. new vocational technical I

signed by state beverage ,...}: .., training center.
agents Tuesday, Oct. 31. 'IT"\; : \
Morgan told the board that: _
; Found at the still which Ir ..."." '
Vo-Tech School
Deputy Sheriff. Robert Green "hf.'i New price estimates he had re

described: .s ""Immaculate" ,'" celved were favorable. for the
."'" new type of construction that
was 17 gallons of shine and 10 :
would be lined. He said the
gallons of homemade wine.
Olee Is charged) wlthpos es.- Classes Opening NowClasses $400,000 to $420,000 estimate.
would cover 24 classrooms,
slon of untaxed liquor, possession
of untaxed homemadewine and include library:>> and academic -

possession of moonshine area.Morgan .
sblll, and possession: of moonshine are being moved into the new $386,000 first also told the board .-
whiskey phase of the Bradford-Union Vocational Technical Cen- that the Brooker school la Varied reaction are portrayed an votes were counted

Four places In Reno In to.tb*. t1.fcl*;".. wee k. __ complete: the Hampton school Tuesday night in Bradford County's school |milli.ge election.

Stark' were raided Friday "We're getting things setup complete: except for certain From left: JCminty Commissioner Jerome Johns smiles broadly

afternoon. Nov. 3. and four ," Superintendent Tom Casey Starke Council plumbing the new defects vocational-technical; and that ; School Supt. Tom Casey tabulating votes, looks) a Idsstartled
more arrests made: aays "And we should be ..
Beatrice Jackson, operator T ; Xhev.SDoS 6 ready to start Thursday.! Qna training center will be fully ; Sii|>ervlHor of Registration. Jeneva Flynn Is pensive-,

of a pool hall and beer 'hall on 1 r rr5 typing class [Vocational Office complete by'next Thursday with finger to chin I while Herman Johnson successful cand .;

Brownlee Street, was charged: yf Education! was alreadyin Moves To ObtainRetirement The 'board authorized a $30. date for School Trustee watches Intently. At far right to,

with sale of whiskey In a dry r5. .. business Wednesday. But 004.29 "draw" for Brown Con. Mr. Jump Phillips, official tabulator.
-- -- atructlon Co. on the vo-tech
county. She of for food
posted a bond classrooms the service
$500. No whiskey was found Equipment, was being Installed In the new food service ., electronic technology building

In a search of the establishment unit of the vo-tech school Wwlnewlny. students, above, are distributive education, and Plan' Morgan said that payment to Millage Vote '
"contractor Is being withheld
but the warrant was Inipertlng" the new stove and refrigerator.First auto mechanic were Just being
signed on the grounds that a meal In the new restaurant' type cafeteria food"service set up.\ In some cases, students 'A on the Anderson school and the
step toward Implementing high school track until certain
agent had trade a were getting vractlcal
"buy." unit will be nerved to members of the Florida. Crown experience setting. up their a city retirement deficiencies are corrected.As .Deals Schools

I. -Iola littles' home on Council Chambers of Commerce on Nov. 16 when they tour equipment.The system was taken by the the meeting opened Supt. .

y Brownlee was the scene of the school a* guest. of the Starke-BradforU, ( 1mmber.p. building was declaredto Starke council Tuesday night Tom Casey reported Results of ., .

another search. Agents found 'be substantially complete when approval was voted for Tuesday's millage .erection. to
*r'' 152 half-pints.- of 'bonded: whiskey ; last Thursday Nov. .1, after hiring an actuarial agent to the, board and told' them, "Fi $40,000 Blow
in the trunk of Mrs. lit p. an Inspection by Architect study and arrive at a, plan. nancially the board Is in a

ties' car. She Is charged with Don Morgan Casey principal The council approved an tremendous( jam right now."

sale of whiskey in a dry coun- .. Ted palesby and; Union! Supt. expenditure of $300 at the WhUe-! ,instruction\ |funds are i I
'"""J'' 't.y.6nd possession-6r"hlskejr! ,,, ...... ... .... Jtkf-Cason. -TheacBltjr':/ : was, ,."ua-iftl<11'r/It Clerk ;JMerrUl Ed"wards -. readily available' from state Tax-conscioua, Bradford Counjy.! : ."..nropertyowners: ____ .
.. with, inent tor sell in a dry Inspected by the Sohoul Board t
county. The Littles. woman Wednesday after its regular riel of .Gainesville. Gabriel funds (provided! by local mill a $40,000 blow voting three mills in the Special' School >

posted 'two bonds of $500 each. monthly meeting. would charge an additional age) are In critical shortage District current fund instead of the recommended six;

I Continued on Page Twol 1 Ogletiby says a total of 222 550O fo Implement a plan approved Casey 'said. and no mills for building and bus reserve, instead of.
'yte f by the Council Cleric The board authorized bor.
-i students are enrolled for the recommended one mill.
Edavnrrlsalb> _. _Ing $tan,200 Co ext.nd a
classes of which 20 are from As tabulations told
Councilman P. T. Noun note' due ($85,200) and quickly;
Jury To DecideSheriff's Union county' and a number < reported now. the story Tuesday night<
from _Keystone Height on a trip he Council take care of $19,000 Casey said School Supt. Tom Casey commented limited to persona who actually

Union Supt. Cason said A man 'Nell Tucker,, and Edwards was needed to pay current "This Is the soundest pay taxes on property, in
bus Is being provided by the '' made to Palatka to Investigate bills. He said the loan could thrashing' the people of Bradford Bradford County.
Suit Union School Board to transport that clity'a retirement !be paid when the board starts Trustees Named
students. system.Nolln getting Its 'share of 1967 their County children.have ever given' 'Or. James W. Patray, Starke

: The new buildings comprisethe said he was "favor taxes now being collected. In their action Tuesday physician; Ben L. :Moxley' Jr.,"

Circuit Judge John A. H. first phase of the center ably impressed" with Palatka's Policy Protested Bradford property owners joined DuPont employee, also of
Murphree has denied a motion to eventually. : cost 750000. retirement plan because it does '!A longstanding' controversy those of Union and Levy Sforke; and Herman Johnson,

+ for a summary judgment In a This typing clam In -vocational office education wingof An application. Is now process not- operate through an Insurance between a football' player and Counties In voting lower mill young Lawtey Negro employedby
suit !by Whitney'Beale Read but uses the the BHS athletic Sperry-rUnd in Galneevllle
for state and federal company departmentwas
the new school uu the only one actually (tn session Wed now ages than those recommendedby
II against Bradford County matching funds for the sec.on.J city's. own funds. left unresolved when the won two-year terms as achool
had been net for ,the local National their respective School
Sheriff P. D. Reddish and his nesday. It up early .!i phase of.the project. Tucker also expressed satisfaction -, (board voted to defer action in trustees. The vote was; 994 for
Boards. said he believedit
son. Deputy Dolph Reddish. Guard unit to hold clauses over the! weekend under the The first phase consists-of with his findings at the matter of two awards to was Casey the first time that Patray 838 for Moxley and

Read is seeking: $40,000 In Adult Education Pro grant. seven shops, two classroomsand Palatka, saying lie was readyto Paul McLeod, a BHS senior. Bradford taxpayers had ever 861 for Johnson.

punitive damages. from the other upjwting! : fa fitlee. hire someone to "give us. The student's fatther, H. A. turned down their board's The fourth candidate, an-
Reddlahee as the result' of an -- Courses offered now Include a plan based on Palatka's. McLeod told the board thata recommendations. other Lawtey Negro. Daniel

., Incident on July 12 at his : auto mechanics, major He said any plait adopted merit citation had been Casey accused the "Bradford Bright, received 296 vote N.
trailer on Silver Lake. Through appliance: repair electronics should be administered by a 'withheld from- his son who County Taxpayers Association L. Woodburn. Starke businessman

I his attorney: Ralph Thomaa of technology! ( date processing: group of trustees Including was a member of the 1966 ," which actively campaigned and chairman of Gov.
Orange Park, he was askingfor commercial cooking and baking members of the Council and Tornado: State Championship against the Claude Klrk's advisory committee
a summary judgment' ? in business office education: department heads. team. He said the plaques were mended mlllages of being In Bradford County received I
favor of his charge that his and farm' machinery repair.! Clerk Edward. said the plan made available by the Florida "two-faced." : 284 write-in votes.
: arrest Involved Illegal search Most of the courses are set 'would cost! about six per cent High School Activities! Association Casey Puzzled
; and seizure. A hearing on the up for twp years so( a student of the total payroll and that but that his 801\'. had "I don't"know who the mem Supt. Csfcey was particularly
I motion was held in Gainesville may enroll as a Junior1 and the employee! would pay about not been given to him because bers are, he said, "but %/ puzzled /by the turndownof
last Friday. complete the course by high half of the cc> t. of a rule by the athletic de- do know that none of them the recommended one milt

Judge !Murphre's decision school graduation. Only! cost 'In setting' up the partment that all players must ever attended one of our for building and bus reserve.

will require the matter to be Ozlesby said that night plan will be the actuary. pay any debts owed by them budget meetings to offer constructive This is. a capital outlay fund
determined by a circuit court Police Chief Bobby to the department before receiving suggestions about operating that is used for the purchaseof
clas.ses.wm be ,held for adults the "
schools. He saidIf
Jury. awards. McLeod said new school buses. The vote
to the council on the
and that Junior college exten- there
In his stilt. Read charged pM new minimum standardslaw the award was based on merit were business men in here was 203 for the recommended
sion courses will be conductedIn police the
that Deputy: Reddish "wrongfuliy the new building. panned by Che 1967 Florida and should not be restricted. group industrial, they were seekingnew one mill, and 357 for
and unlawfully assaulted. : He told the McLeod also charged that his development for zero mills. There were scattered
is Legislature council
Tie vo-Tech Center under the
beat" him while been awarded county and at the same votes for various '
and putting theadmlnlstratlon. of the means will have to be son had not a time vther
him under arrest for "voluiv- Bradford Board of Public In- found to train 'policemen, at letter in football which he to denying the sufficient mill.al'II mlllages In building and bus
intoxication.! considered due him. provide type schools reserve but these had not
, tary the cost. Five
__ _, struction.Ogleaby. city's -elty pa- that '
would demand.
I Judge /turphree said In his n is trolmen have( attended a Athletic director David I been tabulated through Wed
who 45. has Only 021
I decision that motions for a [Continued on Page Two] votes were cast In nesday.
(Continued On Two]
been In the Bradford school the
technology election where
votes were In the current
I change of venue in the case (operating)
win be considered later. system for seven yean. Formerly fund the vote was 179 ,for
Installing electrical outlets In the photo above.
I he taught in Atlanta the recommended six mills,

J -,- _.- Jacksonville and Gainesville. and 479 for three mills (sameas
I He is a native of Sanford. Tax Funds To Finance Political levied at present). A total

i The Community The new round school of 221 votes were east for
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State zero mills in this fund also
I and there.were scattered vote

And Warrant IssuedIn Campaigns Opposed By ChamberGovernors 10.for others ranging from 1 to

: The Florida Bank
Casey said the vote would

At Starke RobberyA Strong opposition to financing a means of allowing persona recognizes the mean that the board's; planof
the campaigns of political to voluntarily contribute to of adequate purchasing two new! buses
financing of
Will Be Closed
j candidates with federal government candidates or political parties. political parties. This Cham each year over a ten year

, Sat. November 11 M grand larceny warrant has tax :funds: developedat The Chamber's resolution ber urges citizens local period to update the entire
I ben signed against :Billy Alvarez a Bradford Chamber. of reads (til part that the officials and other fleet could not be carried out
Veterans DayA manager of the Eastern Commerce Board of Governors Starke-tBradford Chamber. the organizations. to contact their He said the board Is in the
011 Service Station. on Brown meeting last Thursday. Florida State Chamber: of elected repesentatlves in the peculiar position of being able.

Legal Holiday in lee Street where a robbery Nov.' 2.._ Commerce and the Florida Congress of the United Statesof to get construction money'for
wae reported to Starke Policeon The Board adopted a resolution Crown Council of Chambersof Acer lea and their respective new buildings, but win "not

Florida ; Sunday.! Oct. 9. ) opposing the bill which, Commerce are: Senators asking that they do now have necessary fund to
The warrant wee signed by 'according to Chamber Manager "Opposed to further encroachment not support legislation which operate them.

r Donald A. DIamond. district Pete Novak has passed of government would require compulsory financial "We have new 9383,000
manager' Eastern 011. the U. 8. House and Is. now upon .the rights of Its citizens. vocational technical training
This Space!! Contributed support via the Federal
; :
'i Theft of $737 from the station in committee In the Senate. "The idea of campagn financing Treasury. center and no one to sweep
Weekly to Publicize ,. was reported to Starke Copies of the local Ohamber's from, the Federal" Treasury "We the floors," he commented
-- ---- ---- -- ---- encourage and support
Community Event by and Police Sunday morning. Oct. resolution! will be mailed to of direct payment to the idea of wryly-
This Dew Ford Crulst-o-mntlc tramtmlwtlon/ 230 en. In. changes in tax cat
I The 31. Alvarez reported" he was Florida" U. 8. '!senators and political candidates involves a law that would Casey said the election
! motor wa given the Bradford-Union vo-tech center by the hit In the back of the head representatives that's provide a tax
In Washington concept completely con deduction within' the School Board about 2.000
j kf State Bank Ford Motor Co. and the local Ford dealer TerwUIegar Motors. by an assailant who slipped D. C.. trary to our political system amount for political a reasonable contributions to conduct and "we lost $.-0.-

j 3' Its two unit have.B retail value of approximately $1,800. up behind him. Police Chief The Chamber' Board how which has been predicated: ;1 on by Individuals and thus.- 000 in taxes, so it wasn't avery

Accounts now Insured Above (1-r( ) are Qu'ncy' "Gardner auto mechanics Instructor Bobby Biggs said. ever supported a change In voluntary giving. to the party encourage more individuals to good deal for the school
to $15,000 by It was the fourth such rob tax law whJctj" would allow tax and candidates of one's "
up ] Ted Ogleaby principal of the new school; M. lOoettee voluntarily give to the political system. r
Insur bery reported at the station in deductions in choice. The
Federal Deposit field manager for Ford's District Sales. Office la "reasonable party or candidate of their Superintendent aleS that
ant, Corp- 'Ford the past few months. amounts" of funds contributed "This Chamber' !' of Com choice. the only; possibleout" mraidI
,Jacksonville and Clyde TerwIHegar Starke dealer. to political candidates as merce; tJhro igh' its Board of I Continued. on Pac Two;

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O"V. NOV. !a.) 1967W !

Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss I George Hugglns, Titus Olson, Millage Vote I II

Louise Stern attended the U. and Foster Shi Smith attendedthe I I

S. Air Force band concert Fri- State Farm Bureau convention Blow To Schools
day night at the Civic Audi In Miami over the ., si
r I
: torium. They also attended the weekend.Mr. (Continued From Pate One) .1.1h

Minnesota Symphony concertat and Mrs. Will Slade and i .. 1't
for the School
Board to ask
the Civic Auditorium Wednesday family of Baxley Go. spent the I

GLADYS MOOTY night. weekend with, his mother, Mrs.V. the Legislature, at the coming

I'hone 961-7608 L. D. Vinlng and Tyler Jones > S. Slade. special session to exempt y

attended' the Container Corpo- Mrs W. E. Mlddleton was r Bradford County from a law

ration barbecue at Fernandina visiting, her slsL'or, Mrs. Mae that forbids, raising regular
Mr. and Mr$. E. D. Tonlcy i Mr. and Mrs. W. Jefferson mlltage (that levied by the d'sM'
Beach on Wednesday.Mrs. Jones" in'Jacksonville over the :
were In St. :i- ter burl' last I'' Powell and eons Byron, and Linton Taylor Jr. and weekend and also visited herdaughter I board) more than 10 pee centin t
greets where Mrs. Tenloy at- Jefferson, of Mundeleln 111. d
any one year This law was
daughter returned to thcjr' Miss Madge Mlddle- A
tended t tlM. State Sunday were visiting her parents Mr. home In Jacksonville Thursdayafter ton," 'Rlvefvlde' ftospltol. passed when Florida: property

School Outreastfpcinf-erance< { on.'> W. B. Sewell from spending three weeks Miss Carolyn Knox: and : Sy assessments Vl ct .t' to 100 per!
: '
Monday! and TL/KlfeJiC'While to Wednesday. On k
with Mr. and Mrs. (Merritt Jimmy Wiggins of Jacksonville: cent.Casey
there thayv Y Mi.>( KVeat ,o' Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. said that several
Williams while Mr. Taylor was were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I '
:Miss Virginia Haysoi1. Powell left for a six day bust t counties had passed
claims school at Vale One Wiggins over the weak- a
attending )
from I
Mr. and Mra. W. R. Morse ness trip to Nassau while their acts exempting them
-" Tech in Blalrsville Pa. I
of Melissa Texa will: beQuests sons remained with their end.Mr. restriction.
/this ,
Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and Mrs. Horace Horton I

of Mrs, E. D. Tonley grandparents.Mack celebrated their 23th wedding nf. rV\\fa\ rrf\' ill. _an..<4 JJfta. . 'oAt present the Bradford
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from Friday to Tuesday. L Williams, J. W. School 5.913
----- ------ Board Is levying AwardedMrs.
I anniversary with dinner in Montgomery Sr. of Lake City Bronze Star
Taylor in the
anend-j regular mlllage by
Gainesville Tuesday night. were Monday visitors of Mr. A Cake
CHRISTMAS CARDS! annual Birthday tttar which !
ed the board, and under the presentlaw Grace I. Jones rereUed the bronze her
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith: and Mrs. David Montgomery.
'EARLY DELIVERY AT ISUL- tury Club meeting of HerculesInc. could increase this by only 20, 19 th Infantry Brigade
of WliUston"were weekend !Mr. and Mrs. Dan Martin lion, Sp. 4C Laurence R. Klmbler, |
,XINOTON'S. in Brunswick, Ga. over For Miss AlmaMrs. six-tenths of mill next
a year. ceremonies. at the I
of Brunswick, In new
'Pvt. Willard'' W. Wynn, who the weekend. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mare and son, Don wan presented. posthumously
Jackson. Ga., and Mrs. Ernest Josey of Nov. 3. ftlmblerg
Is attending :Signal School at Mrs. Martha Moore took her the National Guard Armory here last Fflday.
Randy Bennett of Jacksonville Lucedale, Miss were Sunday Alma Hough clerk of Local Board No. 18 of the patrol duty last August 41
Fort Gordon Ga. spent the, son, PO/3 Tom Moore' and way you write. Come In wan killed In action while on
spent the weekend with visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. Starkii. In 1917-18
Selective Service System In durinI'Vorld
weekend with his parents Mr. Mike Nichols to the Jackson- of Snlgon In Vietnam.
and select your favorite ESTER the capital city
his cousins, Dale and Ricky L. Lowson. rear
War I birthday cw and Mrs. Willard Wynn. ville airport Sunday afternoon wan presented a by ROOK fountain
John Mrs.\ W. B. Mundy and Mrs. pen.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Loudon where they left for their Naval Draft Board shown above with ....,11'.
Jerome Johns was the week- Guy Sale were' in Atlanta Qa. -
and eon Sonny were visiting base at Klefavlk, Iceland after end guest of Dr. and Mrs. on business! from Sunday to Now 81, MM. Hough told Mrs. ''jlhoda Dumpier, present-

her mother Mrs.' N. W. a week's leave of absence. Charles Woodley In Auburn, Tuesday.Mr. day clerk who presented the cake, that she didn't know what/
In Marlon, Ala. from Jacksonville Mrs.
Thames In
Ala. and attended the Florida- and Mrs. H. A. Lawson .he had done 50 years ago to deserve the honor, but she
Sunday Tuesday.: Moore attended the Guild Players '
Auburn game. had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. the occasion.
in obviously enjoyed
Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale was Theatre that afternoon.'
and Steve' Lawson, and childrenof
Miss Janet Hardy Charles
Okeedhobee Saturday and sun- Bradford I
Local admittances to '
Denmark of the University of Tallahassee over the: weekend -
her ''brother and this
day visiting Hospital
County and Miss Jayne Hardy and and :Mrs. Joe
Georgia Mr.
Ister-ln-l&w, Mr.( and Mrs. week Include: Mrs. Elizabeth of Tift College will 'be !home Jordan 'and fancily' of Lake
Carl Watford/' who were 111. HinVble' and Mrs. Naomi Tat- '"' New Vo Tech School oL

Mr. and Mrs.' Clyde Terwllle-' zer of Keystone Heights; Don- for Mrs.the Vergle weekend.Flynn returnedlast ,City. Mr.on'and Saturday."Mrs. George W. d

attended the annual Key Brown and Mrs. MIna
gar nJe '
Wednesday from six weeks Brown and Mrs Norman One? Into the new building last
atone Heights' Golf Tournament Beckham of Hampton; Mrs. :con mued from Page i
and visit with relatives In Mobile, Rigdon and children were visit- week but the move la being s
on Saturday and Dennis W.,
Effle Miner t
Andrea 'ami Scott sund.aY'j John B.' Ala. Ing Mr. and Mrs. Larry 'M. buildings at Brooker and delayed at Hampton until the

East? Falatka"spentr Grlffts of Lawtey; Mrs. Mrs. Charles Hardy and Stoner; \ )In Ocala over the week- Hampton. have also been pro- heat la on for sure.Heating .
Dye of Kingsley ; _Francis____ and children nounced though
Mra. rThnrlea complete;:}
end with 'their .grandparents and u end.Rev. system at (the new 914
Lovelda ,Ann Brumbaugh .
visited Mrs.. 'E. G. Me- and Mrs. Donald Ramsey problems with the heating
Mr. and M'r& H. M. Richard. Mrs. Margaret E. Shaugh- vo-tech center was also being
Satur- his in still worked:
Gauley in Pal atka on are visiting parents systems are being
Sunday .
were joined Charles O.Worthlngton '
nessy of Melrose; Fort Worth, Texas this week. out. Brooker's students moved a-Justed\ this week.
'by their parents! Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Edna day.Debra
Johns of Howey Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson
Lyle H. Buck.: Mae Mahone of Ralford; Mrs. will be home for the visited her- father, N. N. e
Mrs. Fred Peden and Mrs.\ Johnnie Foster of Brooker; Academy weekend. Strlngfellow in Dothan Ala.. New Middle CARD OF THANKSWe I (, I t The campus spin Is Inl)
Terwlllegar attendedthe' : ;t
Clyde James H. Crawford, James ,
Brookins is weekend.Mrs. and jaunty
William Ray over the Zesty anywhere,
Oulld all
University Medical Mrs. Linda Howard, wish to thank of the
home for two 'weeks after J. D. Doyle, Mrs. John School Planned 1 d' .
fair. la Gainesville friends for the kind ex- +
antique and Mrs. Edna W. Christmasof many so long as
spending six 'months In Viet-. Honey, Mrs. Nate Dyal, and
of sympathy extended -
Tuesday. Starke. at- (Continued From Page One]] I pressions it suits In
nam on business: :Mrs. Ralph Milberger i you, a fully
,Bennie Williams of Savan- Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright us during the recent loss
nah Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jr. of Hollywood were I Rev. and !Mrs. R. D., Burch I tended the district! three BPW Hurse said that young Mc- of our loved one. May God e : IL lined 100% wool A-skirt

Williams dt Athens Ga. will Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R': I returned' visit Jast Thursday with friends from and amonfh's meeting Saturday.Mr. in- Jacksonville on Leod had never asked for his bless each one of you. The # !1)) and Jacket. Undercover, a

spend the weekend with Mr. ; Walnwrlght over the weekend. plaque, apparently under the family of Joe B. Norman.
I North Carolina, and Mrs. James Hall Jr.
in '
long shirt
and Mra. ,Mace Williams. Among those attending, the I IMil' Impression that he owed the I
Mr. and 14 a. W':. 3.: Gublerof Andy Williams show at the Virginia, and West Virginia. and daughters of Gainesvillewere athletic department] a small' I 1\0\ $ Kodel polyester-
and Mrs. George Powell visiting her parents, Mr. r
Pierce were Sunday for of socks. v l
'Fort last Thursday night sum a pair SCIIEIUJLi.
''and Coliseum, of Newton., N. C. are visit and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Jr. 50% cotton.
< at' Rev. I principal James Temple ad-
overnight 4ueets were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews '
Mrs. V. J."Ragsdale.Mr. ." Mr: and Mrs. Charles ing Mrs. J. H. Fields for ten on Dr.Sunday.and Mrs. J. L. Stith and del,' "Paul does not owe any- OF SERVICES Sizes 5-1 s.STUMP'S .

and'lMt. 'Jamea Q. Saw- Mrs. days. thing." but had never asked 4l
Mr. and George
ell and daughter of Jacksonville Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. George >Mr-< and Mrs. Gerald Williams family' of Valdosta, Ga. spent for the plaque, which he Indi- ::J1'. EDWARD'S CHURCH t" 1'll l ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene the weekend with her mother, t
4 P
were' weekend guests of P. cated was available 'ut any Staike
Roberts Jr., Dr. and Mrs. r
Mr. Dink-
Tanner attended the Andy Mrs. L. F. Dinklns.
Mr. and Mrs.'W. 'B:'Sewen. G. Felos, Mrs. P. D. Fancher time. Sunday Mass: 9:15 a. m.
Jacksonville this weekend
the ins will return
Williams show at In the matter of the. football Thursday Mass: 8:3(1( p. m.
\Mr. and 'Mrs.' F. .W Strlck- Jr., Mrs. Curtis Marlowe, Mrs. Thursday: from a three weeks hunting
Coliseum letter, Hurse said the athletic Miraculous Medal
A. G. Noyena.
E. A. Hell Mrs.
''land spear 'thursday to Sueday night. trip in Brookl'on! Maine. ,
Loudon, Mrs. M. R. Judd, Miss department had a rule of 11 Saturday 7 p. m. '
: and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez
with Mr.' and Mrs. F:. L. Lynwood Walters has ac Mr. l
P. rears, standing: that a player Confessions: 5 in. and 'i 1 ;
Barbara Lathe Mrs. R. Mc- and Mrs. J. G. I p.
of Educa- Jr. and Mr.
the position :
m Big,. in''Birmingham Ala. Lendon; and Mrs. Guy Sale. cepted and Youth Director of Jackson visited relatives. in must go out: for spring training p. m.

They all attended the Florlda- (Mr. and Mrs. RaymondStefanelll 'ional during the school year in ,
Church Chiefland Sunday.
the First Baptist on
: which the letter was earned. ,
Auburn game on Saturday and and daughter ofj I Enfield, N. C. while continuing Tommy Andrews, John Blck- ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH
He said this was done to encourage '
,that night they visited Callo- Ocala were visiting! Mr. and his studies at the Baptist ler, and Steve Tumlln of the the boys to continuein Keystone Height*' Department Store
will Sunday Mass: 9:00: a.m. '
of ;
Mount University Georgia h
way Gardens .1IIt..PIIw Mra. Henry Stefanelll on Sun- Southeastern. Seminary at football. ,
spend the weekend with Mr. Wednesday' < : Mass and Novena -
aid, Ga. After hearing both sides of It
day. Wake Forest. '
and Mrs. Guy' Andrews and 7 p.m., 139! E. Call St.
the matter, the board voted to.defer
will attend( '-- -- action for further con- rro '
"f f .
( Maeclenflar TBundnv I
sideration. \
uk,, Mrs. W. J. Spengler of St.Augustine Request Granted Mam: 11:30: a. IlL r. j '' it: -,
Is visiting Major y
Nelson J. Brown a Circuit
U : : awprd-w nnirlg cookware and Mrs. V. J. Spengler this
;wc :1 Supervisor of Jehovah's Wit-
nesses, requested"use of the
set yoq'yebear> waiting for Mrs. Richard P. Cowling and Bradford High School audi- GOING I
,, torium and cafeteria for hold-
Alaska to join Mr.
I 'banks Ing a Circuit \Assembly' In
who Is chief engineerfor HUNTING? They Go
Dowling Starke on May 24-29-26. He Together -
station KUAC-FM 'at the (
said the request was made be- I ,
: 4r (,llestBerld. University of Alaska. Mrs. cause the RJB school facilities WILLIAMS
and children have
Dowling were not large enough. to New.. Stale CHRISTMAS '
been visiting her parents, Mr. accommodate the. expected at- Fenninsurance"f.n"__ fTT".. I CHRISTMAS
and Mrs. F. J. Pellum, for the .
tendance of from COO to 630:

V past three months. persons. Accompanying' Brown provides extracoverage I HAPPINESS4r WATCHESOfrOwOQOOOOOOOfe .
!Mrs. J. M. BLackshear Is for F
in making the. request were
: visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank personalInjuries NOW! '
Clifford Cole), and -
w. rutgd AufI Foster, In' Barnard, Vt.: this and "
Willie McCollum Ministry (
.I week. Mra. Foster: will return lost equipment r'i:
School Servant, of the Starke arranged .rare eaa I
with Mrs. BJackahear for a
t Congregation of Jehovah'8Witnesses instantly. See $

visit. (North Unit). me before Reserve your '? \
The Board tentatively granted you. go INLtANttPee1O Bulova while t' '' 1'

Starke Council permission for use of the yO

: ...1 Moves To Obtain auditorium and cafeteria, upon selections ..

J OLowP..d! 3pntr'PAN' a' I Il payment of customary fees, 9 fS
and Instructed the delegationto R 4vy
} ( I' '.1 Retirement Plan complete

: .u t n at: .4r tt pvtK 1. ",,)t.o" Q file a formal request, by JIERRITT

: 'l "1COVER' 1\': [Continued Pram Page One] letter' for use of the facilities 'n WILLIAMS 't/1/4

.' '' Wt ',;11 j Supt. Casey reported the C

,!I,\ week's classes on traffic safety resignation' two teachers rv 'HRIS"'M

; J ''rlT.S' : 7ib -.. control sponsored by the Mrs. Patricia Trapp, Hampton 117 N. TES '

: S.t
,, but the entire course tosatlsfy Bradford High. School.
b ,DUTCH" <;W. .the requirements of the new He mentioned the request of 961-5391 I

',;';" \ ".j law takes eight weeks, the RJE's band director for $491.- II ::

chef said 80 worth of band equipment, I fj

The officers took the week's but the board declared no

1 :: training on their own time and money was available for this Stale HUME FARM OffiCE fiRE; BLOOMINIUON MO CASUALTY, IOI COMPANY NOIS I

expense while working a full purpose. I II Ii

shift. said and he commended '
Blffffs Bids were received on vacuum -

them for It. Thetraining cleaners for use in the I --
to ,,14th L
e :: matter was turned -
Hampton and Brooker schools
'AWARlh-WINNING( s over to the Police Committee: and principals of those schools i i'i
rr. ra v :
.' -COOKWAREU 'v. ti., ,vsred''I Red e headed by 'Councilman JimmyMcRoe
a 'I v n 1Aeoktert % ,tia1 were given permission to pur- ,
for investigation and chase an Electrolux unit at : "LIIIINcWORDS" ,
study. $1199, or a Southern Air cleaner .-

; .a *! 1 HARDCOAmTEFLON finish Five ArrestedIn Bids at S164.were also reported on i

considerable other! ,equipment : r
Whiskey! Raid but will not be awarded until November 12 ,

: '- ) lets you use metal spoons, metal spatulas! ..computed later. ,. I II
Continued From Page
( thruNovember
I Two new school buses were '

: smooth-heating aluminum COMPLETE SET -John Perkins wag arrested -,, assigned to drivers Alberta!!! ', I UDIW' LADY"t" SATE'''' ".." LADY 0--0 !4) ,11 0 .
and .. IUlDVA "A" 'COMMAND.II '
ran ,
Dell and James Waters 17 end tiny wim Modem "N" Lcc..
colorful on three charge after S3 Youth end D..uty "sw .. 0'TlMI
dr. 14SOQE
Antique Uj.wjli/Telfi' time mode' ,
: voted to assign one cjrtilrtvMCjid .plurOd ,
it was M
e linl 30 SS. 1
Coppertone'covers half pints of bonded tax-paid the older buses, No. 31, ,to' QieBilS ,rules'!. or unit. "'hoctt" sesnn" I tlaecs.$ yellow. 11'J."tl) "tell.. 'Sl'Jewel..,,''ndln.coatrpreo110/ ::;J, ne I isles. Faceted
I "' '
whiskey and two eallons of I 'f'.d'o"' crnhl I1 1
TEFLON-coated agricultural departmentfor at alloaeAits.'! IocR.reuaunt' ... WIlli.. tnacx; tenienl, I coos "!
no $ moonshine were found in his I
6:55 A.M. .
: Adulflbl..D"u'ot'
scouring, ever home on the corner of Oak use by Future Farmertnapters. I .. Sundays Igre' 4ow! or whll.'i
$19 9 5 and North Streets in Reno. : and
: elegant! ,''award winning: .
r Perkins la free under bonds I 6:25: A.I\(. Weekdayswith

ftyle totaling 2.000 for eale of Students Order Your
: Class
f25.50 ,
,4 whiskey in a dry county, POs- !! Now\

: ,i IC( purchased separately, session of moonshine whiskey COUNTY'fELEGRAP

and possession of tax-paid Published< every Thursdayat Rev. Robert and You 'Will Get Them
Burch Before
whiskey with Inent to sell ins "
Boldly styled, with tailoring so elegant it's a National Design Award dry'county.Thomas 138 W. Call St., Christmas.Williams .

: win er. Extra-sturdy, smooth-heating aluminum, double-coated with Albert Is free under 'Starke, Fla. :32001 Pastor1st

DuPqnt's.amazing. no-stick no-scour Teflon. Teflon's no-stick ways Preshyterian Church
$500 bond on a charge of Bxmdclass J postage paid

: mean you\ use lea-grease or; cooking oil and cut your calories. Fired-on the sale of whiskey: in a dry ;at Starke Fla. Starke, Floridaon

.. hartf-coaL; : process' resists scratches, sq you can use your fayorite metals county. No illegal> beverageswere Subscription. Rates:

ns and metal spatulas. No need to "baby" this Teflon I ]"JIurry found In a search of Al -
I bert's home by beverage In trade arM; $4.00. per

.: specially'pricedl! I agents but the warrant was year;,$7/29: *iz months. POWERFULCHANNEt

signed by an agent wlw allegedly
OuUld &n4e,'area J4.50 ..12
made a "buy. "The Reliable
DENMARK FURNITURE CO. 'All the'warratns. are ofr the per year;; 13.59 !fix. month WFGATVJACKSONVILLE Jeweler

defendant's appearance In E. L. Matthews, editor and 141 V. Call Street
court next Pleoa [)ay. Nov, : 96-1-,7061

:. 43,1v: ?CALLST.: PHONE 9fit-5827& I In County JUH&eu! Court.. :11'1 Il Il.P publisher' J I .- ( j- 0.0. A 0 6 to e 0 0 0 9 0. 0 00 q o't'h




.THURSDAY. NOV.. 9, 1067

,.,. .. .,._. .. .
UDC Members Plan Turkey DinnerAt ""- "" ':'. Candy StripersTo ':. :J.; :-'>,Ei' 2 -- _' :, ';'" '. ""'__:

Christmas LuncheonThe St. Mark's ''i i"I'\I f fi fri' I I Sell Cookies

:i ,,, II
W. T. Weeks chapter, Successful EventThe ,., ,. : I The Bradford County Hos-
UDC met Wednesday after-, ,i i pital Auxiliary and Candy Bill & Luanna
Women of St Mark'sEpiscopal
noon of last week at the homeof I i Stripers; are selling boxed
-'- Mrs. O. L. (Haynes Sr. with a Church served a )" cookies In decorative tins Say:
Mrs J. E Wilson Mrs. V turkey dinner to approximately|I I which can be used for all occasions t ,
GLADYS MOOTY 300 from B:30 to 8 : I
S. Slaxte. and Mrs. U D. Vin- persons I : \ such as mailing to men F Have You
Phone 964-7608 Ing as co-hoateases. !p.m.. taut Thursday at the par i I overseas, parties, and through
ish house.
-- !Mrs. Lester Crews conductedthe I ; the holiday\ season
Junior Women meeting and Mrs. Walla A variety of colorful autumn II I Ii i The cookies come In all flav- Tried Our I
DKG Meeting LIpsey led the devotional.Mrs. flowers and arrangements of! '; Ir ors and sizes and tightly sealed.
Hear Conservation Held In W. H. Nollman. was in this fruit?annual decorated. the tables\ for : for future use. Anyone wish- Florida Fried ChickenFresh
Talk charge of the program. Mrs. Thanksgiving occnsloru > r Ing to purchase cookies may
On WildlifeTruby I Music was enjoyed during and Tender Served with French
Lake ButlerAlpha Crews gave an interesting I contact Mrs. Ervin Andrews, -
resume of her trip to Gettys- the serving hours.Mrs. 'I'I i I. finance chairman or any Aux- Fries, Cole Slaw French Bread & Honey.
Lee of the I
Florida Nu chapter of Delta burg with special highlights: ] of Clyde B. Terwlllegar > Illary or Candy Striper mem-
Came & Flnh .. EAT IN OR TAKE OUT
Commission ,
was Kappa Gamma, international/ I the ,battle fought there. She was general chairman, assisted Iberi .
guest speaker at the JuniorWoman's honor society for women edu- also told of the, historicalspots by the following commit- i I In Thermo Containers
Club meeting Monday cators, met visited VIr- tees: Decoration ![Mrs. J. W.
Thursday night that she In RENi\al\
night, presenting: a talkon Nov. 2, in Lake Butler. ginia. Kincaid; Turkeys, Mrs. O. L. .p" : HousewarmingGiven I RESTAURANTU. IIII
wildlife protection in Florida The program, "A Critical. The Pecember meeting will Beasley chairman, assisted by ..- --- At

I Analysis of Values a Basis be a Christmas luncheon. I Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs. Knox-Wiggins S. 301 NORTH STARKE, FLA.A .
Mrs. Miss Vicki Frees Home
Eugene Tanner con- Ben Rowland, Mrs. R. E. Mac- Stump .
for Action, was under the direction At the close of the meeting J ,.
ducted the business. meeting' Blain, Mrs. George Kopelouoos, ToldMrs. ; ''i"\.1.\:
of the program chair- refreshments were served by To Wed Mr. Powell
and Mrs. Thomas Hamilton: man, Mrs. A. Russell Norman. the hostesses. I !Mrs. W. H. Noegel; Desserts! I '(Miss Lillian. stump was)
gave the devotional. Mrs. Leroy The president, (Mrs. E. N. Victor Freea and Mrs. Philip Mrs. Edward, Burma, chairman, Jordan Knox of App- pleasantly surprised\ a? a tree that In summer wear
Norman Jr. Introduced the Hoffman assisted by Mrs. William E. ling, Ga. announces the en- house warming and (bridge may
McLendon conducted the busi- announce the engagement I A neat of robins in her hair .
speaker. ness meeting and Mrs. L. A. Hospital Auxiliary ; and approaching' Carter, Mrs. Julian McRae, gagement and approaching party given for her at her new
Mary Ann Burnham, Lynell Canova led an "Ice .Breaker" Board MeetsThe marriage of their daughter, :Mrs. H. A. Bishop Mrs. C. A. marriage of her daughter, home on E. Bessent road Tuesday -
Sapp, Jonnle Ellis, and An- activity. Group singing was Vicki Charlene, to William' Futch Mrs. Walter Richardson Carolyn, of Jacksonville, to I night of last week. BUT NOT THIS Ot E!
nette Hansen were voted into also enjoyed. executive board of the Clarendon Powell in, son of Mrs.' H. C. Brown, Mrs. James I* Wiggins of Jacksonville Three tables of bridge and
the club. as new members. P. J. Novak Mrs. Gladys of refreshments were enjoyed by
Refreshments were served Bradford County Hospital W. C. Powell\ Jr. of Starke son Mr. and Mrs. Oile
Mrs Marc Jackson an-, by members from Union County Auxiliary met last Thursday and Mrs. Mary D. Porch of'Hatdher; Salad Mrs. Kenneth Wiggins of Starke. the group of friends giving the
nounced plans for a gun and, morning when plans were Miami Beach. Grider, chairman, assisted by Miss Knox is presently party. Among' the guests was I
bicycle clinic for the young- Members from Starke attending made for the annual Christ- Miss Frees Is a graduate of I{Mrs. George Winkler. Mrs.I I teaching first? grade in the Miss tSump'8 slater, Mrs. John This tree like many othersIn
of the I I Paul Canova, !Mrs. James W. Griffin, of Ochlochnee Ga. Bradford County; hu*been
sters community. were Mrs. W. H. Hart, mas Coffee Break to be held Bradford High School and will Hyde Park Elementary' School, stifled silently and lowly
Mm Wayne Whiffen presented I Mrs. John MItl.he11Mre. A. December 13 from 8 a.m. to graduate from the Universityof Blacl&hear, and Mrs. William Jacksonville.' Mr. Wiggins Is The hostesses presented the toy Spanish )MONK, public, enemy
'a letter from the foster I Russell Norman, Mrs. P. T. 6 p.m. honoring the doctors Florida in June. Hood; Vegetables, Mrs. George employed at the Florida Bankin honoree with a card table and No. 1 C>f beautiful
child the club supports. Plans I! Nolln' Mrs. Warren Winkler, and hospital personnel.The Mr. Powell is also a Bradford Miller, chairman, assisted by Jacksonville. I chairs as a memento of the hade and nut iMMirlng trees..
were also made to send toys Mrs. Reddish Andrews, Mrs. president, Mrs. Loyrce High School graduate and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Mrs. Lucille The wedding will/ take place, occasion. Visual proof that '.
and clothes to the children In Davis, Mrs. John Simpson. Dec. 16 at 3
Carl Roberts Sr., !Mrs. Marlon Cocoml a. announced that new is employed at Holiday Inn In p.m in the Kiokee:
Vietnam. I Starke. Others helping? were: Baptist Church in Appling, Little WomenTo
furniture for the hospital lobby
Mrs. L. A. Canova and
Mrs. Hutcheson an- Payne Herbert Thomas chef (Mrs. Moss
Charles ;
has been ordered and should\ The wedding will take place Ga.All Spanish
nounced the club nursing Mrs. Evelyn Haney. be here by Thanksgiving The Dec. 21 at 7:30: p.m. In St Fred Peden Mrs. W. H. Graham \ friends and relatives of Meet Monday
scholarship had been Awarded, hospitality room renovation I I Mark's Episcopal Church witha Mrs. ''David Cottle, Mrs.J. the couple are invited to at- I KILLS TREES !
club of D. Mrs. W. H. 'Mrs. Eloise Lrtudon will present -
and reminded the Seymour tend.
St. Mark's AuxiliaryThe should be completed by Chlrst-; reception following in the .
American Education Week now mas. Parish hall. Johns, and John\ Powell. C. A.. a program on r f
Futch served ticket chair at the Little Women's Club Spanish Moss' must be( controlled
in I Women of St. Mark'sEpiscopal Miss Barbara Sue Alvarez 'All friends and relatives of Beverly Strunk
progressMrs. man. The hostess, Mrs. LoyreeCocomtee meeting Monday night at 7:30: now while trees are
)I Church will meet and Mrs. Harry Gruen were thecouple are invited to at-
Bill Chambers \ was assisted In servIng Has Birthday in the club house :dormant A new machine
chairman, will collect Christmas -:' 'Monday night at 7:30: p.m. In i voted into the Auxiliary : 'by Misses Anne Terwille- Party Hostesses for the meetingwill has been purchased< by

gifts for Sunland Training -I the Parish house with: Mrs.I' The general meeting will be gar, Denise Winkler, Debbie Beverly Strunk celebrated 'b* Kvelyn Sinclair, Cindy Florida Pest Control &
Nov 20 at 7:30
Center I I Julian McRae as hostess. I Monday in St. Mark's Parish House.pm. GriffisKingMrs. Cooomlse, Jan Ritch, CathJeen),' tier 13th birthday when her Strict laid and Patty Rosier rhls phot'oWas/ made duringhe Chemical Co. to rid home
Gladys Williamson of Thomas and others. mother entertained with a I: Spring. Notice the tlowownel'8 and farmers of this
- Keystone Heights and I V. Benefiting from the effort slumiber party on Saturdayand Recent BirthsMr. 'Bring shrubs and spreading menace. another .step 'toy
1 Williamson of Starke announce* will be chapels at the University Sunday. I roll r a g e of neighboring this company to ,be of better

4 the marriage of their daughter, of Florida and Florida The six girls went to Gainesville and Mrs John Buckley ]plants. service to you
State University; Sunland Saturday where they en- of Sarasota announce the birthof
Von Cille Griffls, to Gene Training Confer the 'State Joyed visiting Funland and a daughter, Miriam Kimber- IT
YOU CAN BE King, son of Mr. and, Mrs. L. Hospital at Chattahoochee. and roller skating at the rink. ly on Oct. 23. Mrs. Buckleyis I ANCESl1 1 I I
C-. King -of- TA-urtav.-..- other charities. That night they had a slumber the former Linda Wasdln of Ct I | 9645745PLAY
The marriage was solemnized party with games and refreshments 'Starke.

Saturday, Oct. 28 at 2 Beta Sigma Phi | Sunday afternoon Mr and, Mrs. Marlon O. DIAL p TODAY
they went hiking at blrlli ofa
Crystal the

j ix It, near p.m. at Keystone the home Heights of the in(bride the will The meet Beta with Sigma Mrs Phi sorority Randy.Lake. Mrs.Crews daughter Crews announce,is Tonda the former Renaee An-, F Fl ORIDA PEST CONTROL

j presence of the Immediate fam, Johns, 1228 E. Bessent road
1 )lies on Monday Nov 13, at 8 p.m. A Classified! Aa. m the TELl I nette Louise Gray. BOO E. (ALL ST. CHEMICAL CO.

I GIMPII, bring remiltt. .

the .
'of -
KFO 2.99
SPECIAL SAU2! Men Entire: Stork. Long Sleeve Permu-Prese
Cold Weather Is Here
; Knit and Beg. Size S, M, L, XL. REG. 3.99 2 FOR


REG. 2.99 REG. 1.99
SPECIAL SAtE, Boyn Entire Stock Long: Sleeve
: Knit and, Keg. Size 8-18 2 FOR 3 FOR


G.f Ihs.wily 1

birdsarinysE Men Entire Stock For Casual Wear
outfit of SPECIAL SALE! Corduroy Twill Wide Whale ALL A $7 VALUE

your .
-- ,.;I"- J;' MENS SLACKS $ S

all dot 1; NOW

you \/, .

An..lult women l Ie eMtJblau' No purchn* nc,..UTy, inobligation. .
SPECIAL SALE? Heavy Duty Metal Extra:: Heavy Reinforced Metal Frame
...SIP you do Is com 'In' rea.t.r l and invutr the \
mystify qunMon Winner' will b* announced it 8 p.m., Set- i'J.. With Padlock. Latch and Inside Tray Black Blue REG. 8.99
lirdny Nov. 11. You do not hiv to b*praiwit. to win. (C.rps c

---"oyMt or HiCr temlllM' --.LAtUNATED; FOR EXTRA WARMTH 5 FOOT LOCKERS NOW $788

All Weather CoatI ya'T ONLY t

f Vinyl' Trimmed Collar' Pockets j : NEW THERMALS SPECIAL SALE! Our Entire Stork Size-8-18 Corduroy Twill REG.3.59 EA.FOR 3.99. .

I \ 1 the yeu'll b. smartly
/ No matter
prepared for .it in this Oeering MMIikln "Warmth without Weight"AES11N0 (
$ plaId. And It's 'laminated to take the chill '
out of those cool, night had. Size 8.*" / MEW FROCKS BOYS SLACKS 2 $7

car roots from 12 A TMIIQ OF THE FASTS \ .

".M n ht M.-"'and- eomrath/ r
for MimtTMT ur-ye you M lie
tHMW won wwm *M.p you In wtatw.. ThTtwrtvJ ,. Men Boy High Top '
S .L pf c.*Ji .,inNMt acts. Hlw.a..built. 'in SPECIAL SALE Bask,tlssll NtyleWhitt 4.99'
uertceuent Nwnw.fe., ,.t-'CO: :for, = arr. This I* An Extra Good Buy I
SPECtAL worm for M f Ml thisfelMlurt No leU tin Fan VALUE,
.\ .. *
\; for y.o f. you!tomy want 9tm.
i 4t.1.0 CtKMc crf red toton/


\. P .99h'.C Lay t't\ Moral M..M..r>... __

Complete : cC t\d: : Gre dasNeld.X5991 ;

\ .
T AwaY Oe.. "' aY1grown teel.rncd A Glorious Selection of 36 If FT*
bftmkaWikM M .
/ 59c REG.
Shot) A ,-.....warfMfl vtthaut vWgTMM ...? SALE! Inch Material. New Fall and 39cNOW
--:="\ wedS cube mmmilm.flfO. I Wlqter Shade Sew and Save NOW


SO Hold' <94
.'. till tell' SPECIAL SALE!

SVSASSW $99 III :{ I) I'/r'{/ t CIIOOM twin;or Ail ... M Hil'.or.. 1 T 1.99 VALUE

and full zipper front..3 color Value -\ tie b.care.--.e._..Nelr.m.meheme. .. n.nr con. NOW 88c
y _.nl..end .to UMd fltlwlantmjf
6 to 12. MR M
choices uses I % ft nut CHILDRENS TENNIS SHOES

BOYS' ACRILAt J/7 S'ue'' fat. KM Mtn Ou-J Contra!..f!..*. -


A permanent pr.sslonl made to 67 tl' ENT. paiS urniD QUILT 5's I0s $ 3 8 8.
knit pRMAN
sleeve $1 / 50 Holds $ 99 REG. 4.99
Carp sell (for* much low low more price.than j till tall 7 r d LOAFERS & CASUAL SHOES -

Choice of colors sue i Ml**, C>yM l *,.*. berm Y M +
6.16. $a.4, Value born .,MM:of ttii., full' tu. quilt.WMA ,.
M 0oHon hi elide*of gold.
..- Mu. or rod. lav nolor w SPECIAL REG.
MEN'S SWEAT $100 $1.39 14.99

Long sleeve, fleece'lined crew. S.M neck L. Valu .
W and full cut in iuutu "" MENS T-BIRD JACKETS Heavy.Laminated Button

OPEN FROM 8:30: A.M. TO 6:00: P.M.. AND UNTIL 7:00: P. M. FRIDAY AND I SATURDAY WE ARE OPEN ALL- DAY "Front%hlte. Size Beige.8,Blue M. L.Brown, m -
EVERY DAY Lay-Away These or Any Items at CARP'S for Chri Btmaa Shop Early: While Selections! Are Complete

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\ 1 PACK tl BRADFORD coati? TKLVOnAfn. STARK19.! !! FLORIDA: TJTTmSD\y, NOV. g. 11B7Lowtey

1 JVOTICMNotloa from the Alnchua County Lim. of N..vembur I9 7. pursuant to
I I Is huii'by, ( given thai 09 mil nolth to State Rail! ID I ,4..ll.,n (I. > of. T'ublli Law 821 J
I the State. Road HepHrtment I In Brxoker. The State Road D.- "I'i ih,' sitli, i I1grese.*.
Moves To ; Clerk With $100 Month will hold 11 J Public. Hearing. tuiiinlnK partmttnt. n..lo..Uon. Advisory All lie'.IH''''i" ,lulling' 10 DB
; Council Appease City ,'' thi. Imnllnn stud 11".0"p. I ,, "Ullllll," ulll ll" 0 I I'." ]1"I I...,,u.1,.,i .u,' in,.11,1 I,, notltlod toemir .
.. .
,I arriilK of HIHIO lob No dlHuutund at this mxillnff.Tin / uppi' ai' ul tinmeellnic
JSdrtd-'ir.Ol I. 1 Fnlvial+ '. Aid PrnjHctSo I 0'Nolll!
I I lleailnir) will b" held In 1l11o'h"1 I O
Appeallri!, to Cleric EUvt. a $45 per month pay ... : But At H-J7I i (I.) the f'nuiity Cnninilnnlnni'ra: gown Cha Irma n
Inquiries City ,
This Hullllnif 1 will ln holdomutnluiff of the llradford County Pourt- nepurtmsnt '
Reddish to reconsider her de- But Mrs,, Reddish gave Gene Shaw disclose) ,' the ,tonllKHniant und I ho..." In Stark. Florida, .ul stiitu 1< md 11/0 2t 11/23 1
I',oiefon not to i n ag-aln: when Indication whether or not the Council can set sa ,uiiHtiin" tlun i of Slat Road J:IB; 0:00: A. M. EST on lie' 20th day __
hr term expl c-s next month will reconsider her decision. !' of city employees by Its .
:the lwtey City Council voted 'Ihe Council had voted I alone. 4y -
unanimously, to give the clerk a $15 per month Increase, Monday nlgiht' the COun- :' ,! !
I voted to raise 'iMisj Eth .u
salary.: to $100 per month FI .
to make the Increase re* rAt !
I to last May, which
: $370 back fo
mean pay
clerk 5:00: P.M. TO 9:30 P
Reddish requested' a
Will the Increase, naming. no FRIDAY ONLY
> I about the same Urn. SEnBON
Council doubled Mayor All You Can Eat
SlvuiTord'a\ salary, from

cost $175 :I I .to since The$50 also(per Board Increased month members their las! i 'r coy. I SERVED WITH 50

you salaries from $3 to $10I HOT GRITS AND BUTTER
I. month. They had cu
I salaries from $5 to $2 to I
& C8 the budget In 1966. PUPPIES
than they 1lman Paul Dlnkln At Greater Jax Fair
the subject ot
Reddlahs intention not
run In. December, which Thin striking sign painted oil oilcloth by Bill Solo.,
_____ h_ I to a resignation. She headed the Bradford County Chamber of Commerce's boothat : 301
: her decision still the Greater Jacksonville, Fair which ended. last week. GnE L'S

,. Louise Hosier Chamber Posing above wxretary( with the sign IH Mien Linda Strlt'Itlimd, a B \It It Restaurant r?

suggested that the
salary be increased bo The booth displayed Bradford County farm produce and
month. But the U. S. 301 NORTH
per other products. i
,. then got on a tan- I
on the question of the ,
raise previously voted the
,. 'but never put Into ef E i

.. I that settled Council Will STARKE'S new

Robert Scott moved to
Red"u I the clerks salary (23:
.. i month, to $60, with In-
,, being retroactive to
Dealer ;
May. But Mrs. Rosier Chrysler-Plymouth
.. I that it was rot en-

withdrew his motion
.. Mrs. Rosier moved for a
.. of $100 per month. Din- sign in Please?
._. gave the second and the
: 1 voted U unanimously ,
: They might,if you have to borrow the
,, > (Repaying that loan will cost you a I iat

...... ..f."i". ".. .' with But if the you people make in interest a who habit charges specialize of saving) in ; Resources At Rotary \XNxi \- \ \V\7A' TI.F

:,_":"",?ZL ,you will have the money when you I Haas, Work Unit; Con
The difference between with the Soil
tIOn Service spoke at
to pay the bills for your Rotary Club Wednesday
or saving. ahead and getting earnings a project for appral-
-*" could furnish the nursery of potentials: for outdoor

(Saving makes.the difference development In

I area.& sold the appraisal,! .
I be presented to a select
of leaders and per-
Interested in this field at kt t
I in -the Chamber of
Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.
and speaker was introduced I'f
n Savings ( L. H. Jennings. f

\g/: ; ASSOCIATION OFp IS 1'(0'1'11"111 HEREBY QIVBN.. ,
218 N. Temple Ave. tha undeul/n/ desiring
I (( In business under
.. name of RIJL.IINr-
r I West Call St. Starke, Flor
Intend to register the aald -
with the Clerk of the
Court ot Bradford Coun-<
Support the "Big 3. R Bulllncton/ .
and Lola T. Bulllns'ton/ 40wner.
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At-Last: I trouble guessing our line! We're here to sell and And being newcomers, we're going all out to please.
A Portable Electric Adding Machine With The
service Chrysler and Plymouth cars From the eco- Check our "grand opening" deals, and fast, efficient
Touch Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A nomical Plymouth Valiant to the ultimate Chrysler- service department. Stop in and meet the friendly. I

".;.."'." Heavyweight Machine. New Yorker One of them is sure to fit your desires people working for you at our place.ChryslerPlymouth .



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nnd sued, other Ord.r. the Bradford. C"lInlY'ourthctu... Tnllahaiaap' FlHldlJ
I Court di oms proper, before 1 Stat' Uo.. Flrirlds. and fir Cburtsal For the Ptltlunere. .
Council Tsx Complaints I II the: ITnnriMalile: flan U Fatten. RONALD E. LEE .
towtey, : I .one. i>t ll,.. Jlldnea of I the Clr- lit,'don Uunix milldlng 10/26 41 11'''I/
I I ult Court' of the Klghth: JudlIn -
I Clrculri, 11and for Brad :

After Increasing: property ers and they're rather bitter once. Business places already< theyare 1n a position, to endanger 1 ford IT, day C..un'"f :b1vehf' Florida L"r; A,. tr.on 19 the evaluations around 20 per about, it."" have twlcp\ per week service. a hcine.( at 10:00 o'clock A M., In the
cent cent for a total value of Cbalrman Eugene tarl'ln' Instructed C'frlc ]1P 3thelne.'iJiljH : Agreed to provide a cul nl riradford Htarke. b County Iorld". All Courthouse' partiesti 1200 Block, N. Temple Ave. (U.S. 301))
approximately! $89.000, bhe asked hs! Board: 1 I.t. anybody to Inveatte-ito setting vest' for M.urvln Rosier If the. .> tlio suit .uid. all parties In-
tawtey City Ciunuol wrestled wanted to reduce any asaesi up' 'a new and more efllclencmeit'hod county would Install it. I toroMted.. may\, appear and and, bH NOV. 8 THRU 19th
heard the > time placo
with the problem of five coinpla'nta ments. of keeping voter re- Changed bme! of winter designated a '
Monday nlpht. "If we cut one we Should glat.'S.tlona.1'arned:, meetings to 7:30: Instead of 3 I You and earth of you are One of America's
Meet'.riij! In several special cut them all," Councilman. .. a request! to cut p. hereby: commamd to. appear Most
session In October the Council Louise Rosier said': dead'treps$ ': whlc.li) .) endanger. -m.Discussed a solution ta bv Petition filing heretofore annswer' filed to the In Unusual Evangelists
adopted Bradford County "Lawtey has nothIng to offer homes over to Streets Chairman the problem of tha growing thin cause in \ the entitled
property evaluations wlllhln people (tor 'tbelr taxes]I. I Robcit Scolt. He said! number of stray dogs looming' Court on i t Ixttorn I Nov IB. It UHi-il, of Urn 0 glfU. of the spirit to 'bring deliverance the city limits as Its cvin' and nollhln: In the world,' Cin- i pie: tree would: be cut only U city: streets but came to no I 1 !C" 1 interest 198T. to ur show Hen",hull yo.,i,right or any., title.olyuii the multltiitloH.' KVANGKI.IST! \V. G. KOONTZ call., out

left the number of mills leviedat klns noted.: Several councilmen I conclusion have, In and !II> the property .propln,, thnt are unknown to him and Owl, reveuU theirHlrkncNwn .'

10. The move had the effect nocViad, ; In.' yreement.! I' ., .: I I and chow lesi-rlbnd oaima In wh sold> the Petition came. and llnpu>oe.... Hear Evunfrrllst/ "'. O. Koontx
of increasing the taxes of "We should\ riave thoulhit of I ehould not be takutt for the .
about resident. and sat forth In at hi. IluTnmonil Organ, Manny Koontz on hid Ludwig
Just every city that before we did all this Stcfanclli Receives n uses purposes! '
Deadline to appeal) : the new r"l i-4ns," Chairman Starting: I: Raymond > the Witness petition my filed Hand'. hureln.and the Drum, and" Vona Koontz, Evangpllnt and Sang trader. .
property evaluations: was said. "Seal' of this Court 01 this ID floppy and Joyful muMc' and .Hinging' : 'f
Monday Oct. 30, and five Deal with the complaints 1 Cash Award For Oil. Painting i dev of Oct A. D. lilt/. i'
residents, James. Waters Councilman'Robert Seott";,ugKcetej -i w -o (SEAL Charles\: .). A. Darby, I Services Nightly 7:30: Sundays 2:30: P.M.\

Thomas O. Swan Sr., H. M. "Perhaps' the othersare Raymond: D Ste. Turner Albert Saopenfleld. satisfied; at least they're. atructor qf Art -and Humanities will close In May 1963.Stefaxielll I And For. Drurtfora County, I TENT IS HEATED IP NECESSARY
and H. C. CHermteJ[ ] Kelly, en- net compla1I, $! ." i 'at'Central Florida Junior who received his Florida.Hv Ueulah It. Moody Deputy. ,
teraji:!! appeals. The council discussed The councl.} ., accepted the, College, and son of Mr. and: MFA degree from the University -'I Clerk ) EVERYONE WELCOME
I the problem: of com- nd! took 'the five Mrs. Henry Stefanelll of of Florida: 1966, also T A. YAWN County Attorney/ I.
plaints Monday night: cases under advisement.In Stirke 'is the recipient of a ,1 works In crramlcs and has LotsVOf; Potato I C,
"What do you want to d!) other action. the Council apeoiltl l $2QO Merit Award given won recognition for his poetry. Pies From This .
about all these fellow! corn- : 1 by t the Eighth Hunter An- When the new Fine Arts
p'alnlns about their! taxes." Voted' on a motion' by nuns} t'alniblnir Exhibition Building Is completed. afc CFJ- Leland' .l. Baker proudly' dlnplayK nine-pound sweet potato -
councilman Paul DlnkJns. ask Councilman Rosier, to see If Chart"riooa, 'Itenn. C he will teach a course In grown: on his place at Lake Geneva. Baker cannot
ed his fellow board member garbage pick up fpp residents<<:! The competitive' exhibitionwas ceramics which prom es to be 'that LIQUOR SALE
of this l
It count for the 1111111111 size Hpwlmen saying:
to open the topic "They aresome can be Increased to twice per open to all painters withIn very popular' with, students '
of our heaviest taxpay week, Instead of the presentiiI'LHECKAi a' "nine-state area. in_L.theSoutheastern and I townspeople] alike 110 eIeclul! fertilizer or'other attention 'was &lven.

was sponsored United by statesand the I

... -_. '- .... ... ... Chattanooga, Art Association. knownto road right of way. feet., run thence 8. 88 degrees,
'- (
'dead or who are
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., -- ..-". --,. -..- .. Owned Dy: A. F. McDavId M niinut' *** R1 seconds W. 176 Reg. Our
I The juror for the 1967 be dead or ultve: MvDavId hlwife. teat to tha. Point of BelrlnnlnR'of
..,... .. --- -..... .'. Henry Geld. Continental 011 Companyco and Mrliired Borrow Pit No. 1, ALSO: '\ Price (Price
."'.. .. ...... .t.' competitionyas J. J n<> can Subject Tot: Unrecorded Option A parcel of the above da- ... L---: .. ... 5.49 4.99
.. .f.,. : "'" .. .. AHfgr! ptethe Miisewn! of Modern 80 Rockefeller'' PlazaNew held by Continental scribed parent, tract fur Borrow Ancient Age ------ i- ;r;; ; -------: --- :-----
.....:.:- : MAIM ... i Art, New York; York 44H1.t-21101 N.w> York aTATMItOti to purchase Oil Co. Pit"Haul Road Calvert Extra ________JU:;.::.__...*1: ___________ 3.25 4.69

/ Stefanelli's: patntln entitled CEVCiOY: ) 2:13: liltAIIF/ICU 000N- NUCTIOV,noAI nan iiiiAnKouii:2Nmin-aitot> / STATIC toi. \. Lying a northerly*.... et haul of I rend and i i"u".y Old Crow _____________i--------..:----------.-- 5.20 4.69
t: : :. "Nc>. 3 Under( the Banana TV IFa'IilP'r10NsRIIi11T OF" WAVSUlt TV IIIOSCBIPTIONC$1i : tine described" as fol- Old Sunnybrook ______-L 1 -_____._..__.:._ t.____ 4.85 4.49
{' .\\ t .:\l'1.j I I Treel"the ]exhibition.will be in displayed the Hunter with ttO. 'HlIt.t Morrow.' No, IMH Pit).. No.noinio 1 Left v" PIT Of low.Begin, at the 8W corner of Itourbon Deluxe ________;1-____________.:._____ 4.75 4.49

j ; : ... Gallery of Art through No- That SWM1 part of NW',4 of: of Section Station 110 -/of- 00.00 above Borrow, run Pit No thence.1, na 3 deaarlbed 88 do- Kentucky Beau __________, ____ ._____________ 4.79 3.89

vember 1967. Ills painting; will 17 Township 7 South, Range That 8W\% part of NEVI: \ Section I. Krees 52 mlnutea. 61 anoonditW fiilbya Vodka ___ _. .____.J _________ ________ 4-69 3.69

( Wt477; : then i bo Included;! In a special. 20 Lying Bust, west of and within East Township, described. 7 Hnuth a. ,followetCommnnca Range, 20 'haul 71 road feat survey to the end line of Kald. Relska Vodka ____ _.:._____'-_____________ .____ 4.69 3.69
60 feet of the survey linoof on the south line Containing 6.164 acrea more Calvert Gin L.: ._______.... 4.10, 3.99"
exhibition that will -----n--n----u
.. touring : State Road 8-236, Section I of Section 8, wnnMp 7 or leas exclusive of existing .
: ''Uf'BS' O I be shown in several galleries 28060-2501 said survey line South, Range to East at a road right of way .
f. f ., being described a. followsi: point 133a.r.8!> feet ..a.torl"trom Owned By: A. F. McDavId'and
I Prices
In Tennessee and North: CaroIn U.gln on the north line of the SW corner of Bald Mildred McDavId his wife Many Other National Brands at Reduced
Section 17, Township 7, South Section A, thence N. 01 degrees -
run Subject To: Unrecorded Option '- '
Kange' 20 East at a point (6 mlnutee 34 ..eoond.V. .. to purchase held. by Continental Above Prices Good Through. Saturday!_ ; Nov. 11,,, 1967Stalling :
1.139 f feet easterly from theNW thence N.
\ trot run Oil Company.
j Save Time and Money Call!!: The Circuit Court Of Tile corner. of said Section 17 0 deg-reee 24 minutes 21 ..0' PLEASE
'legreea 66
Kla-hth Judicial' ClrCBlt. run thence a. 01 node E} 723.60 feet run thenceN.
And For Bradford County.r'lorlde. .... minutes 34 aaoonda. E.] 1066.53 1 decree 02 mlnutejt 00 ."0- has been a Declaration filed In the of Taking aboveatyled i
feat to the beginning of a onde W. 124866 font run thence -
KSIsm LAW NMSTATl3 curve concave to the easterly N. 89'd.HTees 58 minutes 51eonhd pause bv the Petitionera Inc
ROAD DISPARTMKNT having a radlua of 11,469.16 I 10 71 fact to the Pointof these, the) acquiring authority/ of }' Corner f
KLOIIIDA, an thence ..outheaeterlyalong proceedings for thetaklnll'
BILL POWELL OF feat r,1d beginning" of Borrow Pit of the de- I
M Agency: 'of the State of 1 of degrgea .
andRRADI'ORD total central angle 07 minutesoil second W. 800Feet '
/ COUNTY, a Political 07 minutes, 80 secondsa purposes therein described ;
run thence :N. 88 degrees '
PHONE 964-6161 Bubdlvlslou of the Stateof distance of 1231.00 feet to 62 .
Florida. Petitioner v. the end of aald' curve feet, run thence N. 1 degree p
County l< and I
CLAY KT.ECTR1O COOPKRAT1VB thence S. 08 degrees, 04 min ,,07 minuter Os smonriw. W. SOO that. the Florida I
INC., ef aV- Defendants uter,' 04 seconds. E. 918.02 feet feet run thence, N. HI d..greva Petitioners will apply -
401 W. Madison: Street to th end oC said .survey |II".. 5i minutes 61 1 necondH. K.: 400, for an Order of Taking '
SUMMONS TO SHOW CAUSE! Containing 0.115 acres moreor foot 'ru n thunua 8. 1 degree, -- .... -
., a AND less exclualve of _exlting!! 97 mlnutea 00 seconds 12. 600 .
Starke, Fla. NOTICE OK
Notice Of Eminent Domain ---I,
proceeding-: .
In The Name And By The i

Florida CONCERN Authority TO ALL OC and WHOM The to State all IT peraons MAY of 1J fs l UING(

I I I I estate.and in* any parties mortgage! right.' claiming-title or ,other or interest hav-lieu. (v RYBo # j jn

I to or on those certain parrelsof
land hereinafter dnarrlued. WINDOW MATR/aLg, / wh STLEX0GLASS1V4MT' .
and the) following persons together
I with all unknown persona .
Nationwide Mutual' 'Iniunnct Compiny Nationwide Mutual. Fire Infuranci Company. flalmlnnr by through or' .
NIU llwld.l life Insurance Company .home office. Columbus Ohio under known persona who are [ "GLs5 O4ET

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(, $ $ i 401 VV. Brownlee (S.R. 16 West) Starke Phone 964.6725 :

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l I The Following 1967 Models at Wholesale and I IIII REALLY TERRIFIC' JUMBO SHRIMP LB. 1.35 :


hi' jNew Moon 57 x 12 3 nil. 1-Caoella. 52 x 12, 2 BR, front CEDAR KEYOYSTERS

Front kitchen .1.909 living room. $1.178 J ,
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I lNew Moon 41 12 :3 I UK i PINT 1.30
x 2-Capella 41 x 12, 2 BR. front i .
Jack & Jill ---------- $3. 8.8 Kitchen _'_'__1________ $3,299 'A M

I 1-Capella, .52 x 12, 2 BK, Front 1 48 12 2 BR front .4");.., I
-Capella, x ,, '.
Kitchen __I.:__u____ $3.998 Bedroom ____________ $3.888 '"..' > "" '
""' ,,"' LB. i ii
1-New Moon, 51 x 12, 2 BK, -- FRYERS DELL'S - 29c
l'/j_ baths_ Early American 1-Capella53, 1 'x 12 baths'i 2 BR' __, 'front : iifJ'SMITHCORONA- i

__ __:: _._ _________ $3.998 'Tied; room.' / $4.682

4-Capellas 60 x 12, :3 I BK. all 1.--Capella.. 60 x' 12, 2 BK raiseddifferent I _

.floor. plans, $1,89& .to front living room, carpet, 3 i
outside' doors __ ___. $5,298 I/' ..., .
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$5,198. ;: .op--ua.ueqas 1f PAYROLL
OPEN 11 I JItpniltgl;>>Ip. "

I M@d .la U I"' CHECKS ::

ALSO: Many Clean 10 and 12 Wide, 2 and 7DAYS i, A $pul 1

3 Bedroom' reconditioned repossessions and 250 WEEK !j 1JJlII! hire"-'a. \ : ..II..d CASHED FREE :
trade-ins at wholesale:;and below prices, 'with. I h

only $100 down 'for' those 'with preferredcredit. p. electric office 'typewriter r ate.- ,..
y i"i
I at the, price! of f a manual} .. aeaae CENTER. CUT CHOICESMOKED cnOICE...
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Free Delivery and Set-up Within 100 Mileson :: PORK CHOPS ) BACON STEAK

:. FORI21 rlgl/a.T.: : .
units" :
all -
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: ,.- : '1 > Full-sif e keyboard > King.tizs)carriage 1 1k 1.
4'll4v', > Automatic carriage.return p Automatic repeat character 'I
; : > Iialt-space key > Electric back space I:
f '
}Mustan; : 'w And IoU more electric typewriter features for full.performance( I 69c 59c 99c1.A

full.duty. office typing. See it today' Try it today. 1 '.1 i I .
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... .' II Convenience Store at Supermarket
L Bradford TelegraphPhone
MOBILE HOM Sulcr i ]

II itHiway- : : Home Owned And Operated

I II 41 North Lake City i Fla.- Ph. 75 .-.2197I 961-6305' I Mr. and Mrs.,Dorsey L. DavisI ::

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1 PACK: 4 .____ B1tUtoltD COmtTT TBXFGKApn. STARKB.! FLDttlDA THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 19ft''!'

Not"'* ,lu NOTICE hiirnljy! ) Klvon that b.1I from mile the north Alaohua tu StallKoll'l County Llnv-! IS i I Il.awtey th.. atatt-. Road. Department. I In Brooker. The State. Road D.- |Inc,, II'"- -I llh "r.illtrivMH. ,
Council Moves To Appease City; Clerk With $100 Month will hold w Huhllc Himrlnif 11111inliiK partinvnt'i' lluku-uilon AdvlmiryM I I i, All p.'iM.pii. '"* rtiHliiliR (to be
.. ,', 111" 1 Inrnll'n,, and, IMIHI"illllo \ .1,,,,?, 1', "II":"" \vlll (111... InilHi'USBeJ I II I(1' ,,,"! .11? h"\,, \ notiriiMl. to
nffl-i. In nf. Stall' Jab No I (" at thin nieuilnir. uppiuiat" thin meetlnifMlrhai1
bin 2HOIIO-ir,01.:) : FcMleuil: Aid I'rcijvrlI'll I Th> lUarlnir will be held' In O. O'Neill
Appeallri, to Cleric EUitfRertdlsh a $43 per month pay Increase. now receives $55 per month BI&t Inquiries\ to City At- 4.272 (3)) '' the County ComiiilBHlnnpri Jlomn Chairman
R* Miish\ no Last. But Mm. Reddish I er 'l'h'M I II.nrlna, : \\111 !I" 'hold. I IOIK or the Uradfnrrt County) rvmrrhiinnn slate Rood.. ". I
to reconsider her de- But Mrs. < gave I Mny. torney Gene Shaw disclosed > .I< t slog thf ,rimliKitmnnt, I until' In Stark. Florida.., at Ti; 9r26; 11/29
. olfiion not to in again when Indication whether or not she never drew It because the that the Council can set sa P al 1 t? her term expl cs next, month will reconsider! her decision Council thought the PAY raise arles of city employees by Its A"r _
*,the liawtey/ City: Council voted The Council! had voted her beta to be approved by the action aione..
unanimously to give the clerk a $15 per month increase, she State Legislature in a local So Monday might' the Coun-
oil voted t.n raise 'tittlss\ TTI.Vl! _
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-a'I I el's' salary to $100 per month FISH FRY
and to make the Increase re- _
troaottve. to last May, which '
will mean 9270 back pay for
the clerk 5:00: P.M. TO 9:30 P.M.
Mrs. Reddish requested a
Will the bills pay Increase, naming. no FRIDAY ONLY
'I I amount, about'the tame time SERSONu
the Council doubled,) Mayor
All You Can Eat
Charles Shuford'a salary, from
$23 to $!IO (per month, last
year. The Board members SERVED WITH
cost you$175 more have since also increased their 50
own salaries' from $3 to $10 HOT GRITS AND BUTTER
I per. month. They had cut
their salaries from\ $5 to $3 to COLE SLAW

i than they should ? I Mrs.brought balance Councilman Kcddlahs the up budget the Intention Paul subject In Dlnklns 1966.not.or At Greater lax FairThin COFFEE HUSH PUPPIES OR TEA

I to run in December, which: striking: sign painted. on oilcloth. / by Bill Soto,
i amounts to a resignation. Sh I ti Mi indicated! her decision still I it the Greater Jiirlmonvllle Fair which ended drat. wnck. OEGEL

,. I stands.Councilman Louise Rosier J Posing above with the sign In Mix. Linda Strlrklivnd, a 11'1 Restaurant ?I
the Chamber 4 secretary.
then suggested that I
clerk's salary be Increased to The booth displayed Bradford( County farm produce and
.. $100 per month. But the other .product U. S. 301 NORTH
Council then got on a tangent I' f
on the question of the .
pay raise previously voted the
.. clerk but never put Into ef

feet.With Will STARKE'S
that settled Council- newChryslerPlymouth
man Robert Scott moved to
.. I Increase the cl'' rk's salary (23/
I per month, to $60, with Increase -
', F d ADteN I being retroactive to .
I Dealer
last May. But Mrs. Roxler
objected that it was. rot en-
.. Scott withdrew his mdtlon
'and Mi's. Rosier moved for a
.. "'" v' salary of $100 per month. DIn- sign in Please?
r" ..fitr -, kins gave the second and the
: Council voted It unanimously ,
.. ... They might,if you have to borrow the money to pay thern ., I
: : (Repaying that loan will cost you a pretty pennyin I ConservationistHeard
interest charges.) > .
: But if you make a habit of saving with us; At RotaryOn \ \ \ \ \

: v. ,with the people who specialize in saving, Resources \NJii

,,' :;.. ,, you will have the money when you need it. Bill Haas, Work Unit Conservationist I
The difference between borrowing ; with the Soil

.. k to pay the bills for your baby Conservation Service, poke at

.. or saving ahead- and getting earnings on your savings I discussing the Rotary a project Club Wednesday for appraisals 1 '. a
: -- could furnish the nursery r--. of potentials tor outdoor

: having makes.the difference I recreational development In
this area.
Haas said the appraisal r9
I would be presented to a selected ei .. .
I group of leaders and persons -
I Interested in this Held at -9 t1. 1 "
I a meeting. in -the' Chamber of : t' i '
flee Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. ; i.''.\
Savings and! DalASSOCIATION I The speaker was Introduced

$ I by Dr. L. H. Jennings. .'

o' i eo'rIceNo'l.ICE r.-
218 N.. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 I I that the undorilgiUKl. declrlncto i t
engage In bueln. under the
I I rictltlaim name of RIIl.IINOTON'S -
I 104 West Call St.. Starke Florida -
Intend to register. the Bald ,r 1IiJ
name with the Clerk of the -
Circuit Court of Bradford ConnIV. rJ .
the Red" '
: Support "Big Klnrldn. R. Bulllngton rl'
I and Lola T Bulllnaton owner
ll4t 11/3'
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NOV. s 1MI and sucTk-I other Order, as before the Bradford Starke, Florid County Courthouse and Of.TILUao&a----. (tu llft E-OT-FWM-1
I ::; ; Court the, frnntWuMe u<: omt Oen proper l. Patten, RONALD" E. LEE I I

ij teyCQUnciI Wrestles T0x Complaints/ / 1 II ',<>m tilt> o-f(Circuit'uurl'of tlit:)Judges In the and Eighth of for the Bradford Judl"mi Clr-. -- llnydon, Burn uulldlntr 10/2 4t t'' I'.. I

- Florida, on the
County. .,,,"tb A. D. 1061 TENT' REUIUAL
position to endanger 'IT diiv ">f \<\ r;;
After Increasing property ers and they're rather bitter once. Builnera places already thcyare In a at 10:00 e'e'6nrk' A. M. In the
evaluations around 20 per I abut,,) it"Chairman have twper\ wept service. a :hrme..Agreed to .provide a culvert I, 31 Rradforfl, Ntarke., t-norldii.County\ All'Courthouse parties 1200 flock, N. Temple Ave. (U.S. 301))
cent for a total value of Eugene fc'tarHna Instructed O'erk Ethel I I MAC all parties. In-
cent rv4n Rosier If the ..1 I li?> tho suit ,
approximately $89,000 the asked his! Board It' RD.Ulddl' to Investks-H.to sealing for M tor".vtod would Install it. time and placodi'Hlvnated.
Cauneol wrestled wanted to redue up '> -new and: more efficient heard a
City any I
fciwtey .
with t'\e problem, of five com ments. a8ll&sa-\\ method. of keeping voter re- meetings Changed to 7:30 time:! instead of of a I You and' earth of you are One of Americ 's Most
ndytit.Meet'.riij "If cut 8l3t. pla.ntatond:1Y: WB one. we Hereby cutmmiirtded' .wt;
In several special rut them all" Oxincllman' .. Turned a request b cutdead p.Discussed m. a solution!; t3: II I Petition filing: heretofore an. flied to the In Unusual Evangelists
session In Ootojer the Council Louise Rosier said: 'preps whlph I thin Cause In \ the entitled.
adopted Bradford County'sproperty "Liwtey has nothing: to offer homes, over to Streets Chairman' the problem, of the I .:.."rr, on 'r IMftoro, Kov 10. It iiHt-d of the 9 gift. of the spirit to brinK deliverance to
evaluations wllihin people'\ (for their taxes Robert Scott lie said If; number: streets of stray! but dogs came joamlrvi to no: 1 P, I Interest I hid?, to or show llvn wh you">A" .,right or any title lie the multltutlpH.. EVANGELIST. 0. KOONTZ call out
the city limits! 83 its e\vn' and no.lhlng: In the world,' Din- f.ie: tree would be cut only city ruts hive In and nthe property people that are unknown to him ami God reveala' their '
left the number of mills leviedat kins note:! Several council- conclusion. 1 gv : and show desorlhed cause In wh said the f'fllltlnn.I same" sieknerses. anil <||HPII..C". Hear Evangelist W. O. Koontzat
10 The move had the ef- men noci l'l!2d In. agreement. o 0 d 0 should not be takoti for the liU. Organ Danny Koontz on his Ludwig
fect of Increasing the taxes of "We should have thought of uses and purposes sort forth In 'Hummond .
Petition. filed, htureln.. Itrumn., and Vonn Koontz, KvanRplUt and Song Leader.
Just about every city resident. that before we did all this Raymond Stcfanclli Receives Witness my Hand. and the,. '
Deadline to appeal\ :: the newproperty pil'dng." OhalmiAn Starling' 11,11of\ this Court ov this 19i Happy and .JO}ful music and singing. ,
evaluations was dnr of Oct. A D. 19<1'1. I ItllOAL
Monday. Oct. 30, and five said.Deal with the complaints' Cash- Award! For Oil PaintingMOBILE ( "Charles. ) A. Purhy, i Services Nightly 7:30: Sundays 2:30: P.M.
residents. James Waters. Councilman! Robert Scott suggesteJ. Clark Of Tho Clri'ull Court. Tn NECESSARY .'
Thomas O. Swan, Sr., H. M. :!. "Pnnhaps the others Raymond D. StefanelM, Instructor )lna. The touring exhibitionwill Aud for Dre..fnrd County.' TENT IS HEATED IP
Turner,, Albert Saopenfield, are satisfied) at least the..,,':'e qf Art and Humanities close In May 1983. Florida. Deputy WELCOME
received his Hv ileulnh :M. Moody EVERYONE
and H. C [Hermle] Kelly, entered net complaining." at' Central Florida Junior Stefanelll who L Clerk
appeals. The council discussed The council. accepted the College. and son of Mr. and: I MFA degree from the University T A, YAWN- County Attorney'i; "
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the problem of complaints suggestion and took 'the five Mrs. Henry Stefanelll of of Florida, 1966, 1 I .
Monday night:: cues under advisement.. Etarke, 4s the recipient of t a works In ceramics and has( Lots'Of Pies From This' Potato I e
"What\ do you want to do In other action. the Council special $2Q() Merit Award given won recognition for his poetry.,
about all these fellow! ccinp'atnlng : by1' the Eighth:: Hunter An-' When the new Fine Arts)
about ther! taxes" Voted on a motion by I nua} .tVilnfeln? Exhibition Building Is completed ah: CFJ- I Leland A. Baker proudly displays nine-pound tweet potato
Councilman to If 'Tenn he will teach a course In : his at Lake GeneVa Baker cannot SALE
councilman Paul Dinkins ask. Rosier see Chltt! }nooT1\, C grown on place LIQUOR ,
ed his fellow board member !garbage pick up fpr residents! The competitive exhibition ceramics which prom>+'es to be account for the 'Unuitiiiil size of thl upwlinen, Baying that
Co open; the topic "They are can be Increased to twice per was open to all painters within very popular with students no specliil I I'ferllll/.fr: or other irttentlon 'tvait' given. !
some" of our heaviest UXDav- week, instead of the present a nine-abate area In the townspeople, alike. --
I : Southeastern United' States

and was sponsored by the rlffht of feet. run thence' 8. 88 degreed.. Reg. Our

",. -.- -' ,.... -- ... ......;.. ,. ...:, Chattanooga Art for Association the 1067comjpej.lttort to dead be or dead who or live are :not known road and Owned Mrldred By: way A. MuDavld.F. MrDavId his R"feet mlnm to' the. Point M second of Lieulnnlngof W nil Price Price ;

." I The Juror OeldjSititjr Continental 011 Company wife.. Borrow Pit No.1, ALSO: _____ ___ ________ 5.49 4.99
described ___ _
...-- -"' was Henry co J. J Porpran Subject Tot: Unrecorded Option A parcel of the above -' Ancient Age ____ -r. u
,) Museum of Modern 80 Rockefeller Plnsa Con parent tract for Dor- __.:. ____________ 5.25 4.69Old
/ : !:d, pt f4the) New York to purchase held by Pit Haul Itoad Culvert Extra ________...._-_ -
MAN \ 1: "', Art, New York. "JI"I'IO"l New York 2H4HJ'lIIOt' : PTATRUt1AD tlnental HKCTIOV OK Co.XNOian: i STATE .row Lying; northerly.... of and, Crow __ ____..____i_____--__--_______-._ 5.20 4.69
....., Steftnelll's" : palntlnj the BananaTreei"witl entitled TY IIIMt'I1iP'I'IONanlUI1T!:1:111: HHAItPOIIU: COUM-\ ItOAU 2fl.1 ItHADVOHU COl,>.1 t line described of n haul as randsurvey follows Old Sunnybrook-- ________, -_____ _.______:.._____ 4.85 4.19

I PLAN "No. t Under be displayed with or .WAY TV!dim.! Dl9at'IlIP7'IONa' iko. ixxi.i noiiiiow PIT : or llourbon Deluxe ________!:.___________________ 4.73 4.49
I Ib"> t { .j ; <1" the exhibition] In the! Hunter RIII1 a0 part. 1x1.1That of! Stntlon Borrow 110 Pit-/- No.0000 1 Loft Of Borrow begin Pit at Nn the 1 a\V, a. corner aoscrlbodabove Kentucky Beau __n .___.:.-____ .___0__________ 4.79 3.89":

CHECK\r..r/i\ :,4 'itJ Gallery]] of Art through No- 17 slur, Townahlp( of N\V 7"South of Section Rang That SWV4\ part of of NE11: Section *, trees, 63 run minutes thence. 61 S 88...conle"V do, Gilbys Vodka _.._ _, .n. __ ________ ________ 4.69 3.69 3.69 '

: :: '.A vember 1987. His paJntln will 30 Bait, Townahlp 1 South Range 20l 71 feet to the. end. .,of Maid Ketska Vodka ____ --L-------------! ---- 4.69
special Lying\ west i>t and within l JJ.t: described a. follows: haul' road survey line _____ _____ 4.40 3.99':
[ : 1 JtitMtgjt..5'tId'jS' then be Include;: In a 00 real of the survey llnelof Commence on the south line Containing. 6.164. acres more Calvert Gin _' -, ------- ---- ,
will "Section Township) T or less, exclusive of existing
/ !touring; exhibition that: State Road H-I35: of !Section: 8 '
O/JBI, 911080-2501 said survey line South Kanire 20 Uaat: at a road right of way.
: be shown In several galleries being described a. follows. : point 1331)56 feet easterly Owned By: A F. McDavId'and Many Other National Brands at Reduced Prices
,. )t :, north line of of said Mildred McDavId his wife. :
"- North Caro-\ Begin on the from the SW corner
and 1967Stalling
In Tennessee Srotlun 17 Township 7, South: Section 8, run thence N. 01 dn-. Subject To: Unrecorded. Option Prices Good Through: S tur.dayli v. 11?
Above ,
Range 20 Fast at a point grace. 66 minutes 84 seconds to purchase held by Continental
feet easterly from the" W. 483.94 root run thence N. Oil Company [
Clrrult Court Of TheIgblh > \Vqco r of scud Section 17 0 degrees. 21 minutes It sea PLEAS TAKE NOTrCK ,
Save Time and Money, Call: ln/': Ths Judicial. Clrcvlt. lAnd > run thence' S. 01l"ijr ... ES onds in. 723.60 reel run thenceN. that a Declaration. of Takinghas ,
For Bradford County. minute. 94 f3onda B. 1056.63 1 degree. 02 minutes 09 seo- been' filed In the above-'
fast to the beginning. of .a onds W, 1248,D5 foot run thence. styled, rsuso, bv the Petitioners Inc .
riorldn.mw curve concave to the easterly N. 8H' -degrees 52 minuted. 51 the .acciulrlnn authority of;, } Comer
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT havlh a radius of 11,109,18feet sncnnds 10 71 foot to the Point these proceedings, for I ;
t Of FLORIDA. an run thence southeasterly-:': of bPfflnnlnK ,of Borrow nt taking of the property th.1, ,
BILL POWELLPHONE said. through a N. 1 d arex* ,
Agency 'of the Stats of Florida along curve No. lf run thence scribed In the Petition'for
total central an vie of"8 de 07 minutes. '0Vsucomls. W. 3Ufeet purposes therein dellcrlb..d':1. :
and .
BRADFOnn COUNTY; .a Poll- ..r, of,1616,00 secondsa run thence N. 88 di-grees to wit, as right of way for .
tlual I Subdivision of the Stats dl.tance. fsef to (2 !'minute* tl seconds; K. It portion n( State Road 835 In.I.:
964.6161 of Florida, PMItlonsrs., v, the. end o-f said' carve, runthence feet. run thence N. 1 degree Iiradford County Florida, ..
CLAY ELECTRIC: ;: COOPERATIVE 8. 09 decrees, 04 min 01 minutes Of scnnndu W. 100 that the Petitioners will apply -
INC., et' a\,- Detendante uter. 04 seconds E. 9U.03 footto feet run thence N. HI dogrees for an Ordor of Taking, _.-
401 W. Madison Street th end of Bald survey line, 62 minutes' 111 seconds, K 400 -'. .."-:- -- .
mo'reor 1
SUMMON TO SHOW CAUSE Containing 0.115 .acres feet 'run thonue S i- rYal.
v AND less. excIusivT of _. Ietl-! : tit) minute OD seconds IS GOO
Starke, Fla. Notice Of Eminent DuralnProcepoing .

In The Name* And By The ?m .

Authority Florida TO ALti,. Of WHOM The State IT MAY of a Q. 6. {n kr <<8 l UING( 1.
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I CONCERN and parties, and claiming to .all or persona havIng e r'J ? E"

1 e any right title, Interest.estate 11
I mortgage or other lien
I tn or on those certain purrelaof ell .
l lend hereinafter described, WINDOwYtPATEnuIS'% .
and the following persons. together
with all unknown persons 1
Natlonwldi Mutual Iniurinci Company N tlonwld. Mutual. Fire Insurance Company. 1'\\ rlalinlnic by. through or w,.' za', GLASSOlYRO '
I who ar ETcr
flitidnwlds LIla Inturancc Company home 011 ell Columbus, Ohio under known person \

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ALL\ 1967


I' The_ Following 1967 Models at Wholesale and I III REALLY TERRIFIC '.' JUMBO SHRIMP lB. 1.35CEDAR ,.

j 1:1|:| I-New Moon\ 57 x 12, 3 BR. 1-Caoella, 52 x 12, 2 BR, front
: )!)t) living room. .. $1,178 J '<- 1.30
Front kitchen J.919 -- ----- PINT -
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I 1-New Moon 44 x 12, 3 UK 2-Capellas, 41 x 12, 2 BR. front I ..

Jack & Jill ---------- $3. 8,8 Kitchen _:..__1._______ $3.299 '

III 1-Capella_ 52 x 12, 2 KR Front 1-Capella, 48 x' 12, 2 BR, front I I 7I .x'

Kitchen ____:_________ $:J.99R Redroom1New ____________ $3.888 FRYERS DELL'S - LB. 29c i

Moon 51 x 12. 2 PR. ,. ''
1_ a el I a.'501 x 12. 2 BR, front li
1/, baths, Early!: American Fedroom'lyr' batha $4.682

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1-'Capella.:60 ;x-12, 2 BR, raised **
4-Capellas, 60 x 12, :3 BR all I 9
different iloor plans. $1,893 to front living room, carpet. 3 ., -IIJJIII-. ........ PAYROLL
$5,298: I 1f
outside: doors --'-;.__ _- OPEN 'U ::
$ ,18. F

I I 7. DAYS A M@d $peinI& .I II CHECKS **B

ALSO: Many Clean 10 and 12 \yid jf 2 and IUIIJl..i.... ......... ..-... CASHED FREE ;

3 Bedroom reconditioned repossessions and SMITH-CORONA COMPACT\ 5 0 i WEEK h

trade-ins at wholesale: and below prices, with I

only $100 down for' those 'with preferred /fa\ full-featuredfuly! electric office t typewriter+ r I II I '

I credit.. . 1 i ,at, the, price( of f a. manual! "I CENTER CUT CHOICESMOKED T-BONECIOR SIRLOINSTEAK

1 I v S \ S > Y'\I///////\ J ; ) BACON -

Free Delivery and' Set-up 'Within l lDO MilesMOBILE : FOR $250 rwssi.r.: -- PORK CHOPS

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on all above units" X1///////1//\1)f// \ ) ) I'1'x.11' 1 CUT TO. ORDER
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1> King siz.carriage
K Full sift keyboard -
r ..A .,' ;.PI : > Automatic, tarrl 'I1'tur"!' > Automatic repeat, characters
0 : '' .. Half-space key > Electric! backspace key :i 69c 59c lb. 99c1

: ; And lots more electric' typewriter features for full,performance( ,
:I full,duty office typing. See it today! Try it today I
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'" Convenience; Store 'Hours at Supermarket Prices y

Bradford County Telegraph

HOMES c And Operated
i t Home Owned

il;I L I I'hone 961{.6305 ,

II Hiway 41 North Lake City i Fla.. Ph. 752-2797 Mr. and Mrs.'Dorsey L. Davis

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TIIUIc5Uny. NOV. 9. evuaITS
: Courthouse r- -

City Fish & Meat Market! I I
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;: Plans Studied WRITE

.oleo :iloners delved further Into preliminary -
-h ] : plans for the proposed
;*rSun Cash & Carry million dollar courthouse: in !pL
another meeting with architect
Frank George last Thursday Follow these simple rules to make your Want Ads bring better result
Progress" in being made on
the plans now, according to Remember a good Want Ad is nothing more than salesmanship In print.

DeWs Grade "A" Fla. CommlaaloiierH Jerome Johns t + Write your Want Ad in the
and Buck Norman The Board \k blM same friendly style you use when telling

FRYERS lb. 29c I I discussed several minor i friends and neighbors about what have
changes with ,the architect you to offer.

; BRISKET STEW lb. 19c Thursday, most Important of Don't Abbreviate
which was a change In the 'w- 1; : Don't be Penny-Wide and Found-

Fresh Ground seating arrangement of the ,i io Surveys and studies Foolish:
7 HAMBURGER two courtrooms, aeaimff for ..- '-. .......:-,....-1 -.. Want Ad readers do not prove like that most
lb. 29c or UnderJt makes
the judges and other officials stand abbreviations. good common sense to eliminate

was moved into a corner of New Furniture For Hospital I people to respond to Make your It ad easy. .for. unneeded words from your Want
the< room instead of fhe middle I don't Ad but make
keep them guessing with abbrevl- sure you don't ruin the
one end. The lobby of thp Bradford' County Hnnpltoj look likea ations. effectiveness of your Want Ad by make
meeting with the new |>lie xlnro new Mediterranean furniture ing it Incomplete. ,
wan moved Remember you're not

H : STEAKGeo 7,is the scheduled day after for De the In last Friday, Nov. 3.1)anatvl .. I| Put Yourself: In the Prospects Shoes: placing> l u Want Ad to save money J
by the Iloxpltal you're Inserting
Auxiliary the new furnishing; Give full your ad to get results
regular Information
'' By then. Architect monthly Include three sofas, three chairs. four end table. a. corner I tails about what and all the deand make money. Making your ad too

rge is supposed to( be finIshed table. three lumps. nml a pair of Mediterranean planters Describe your offering you In have benefit to terms otter. short may save a few pennies that lose !

'ROUND (with the preliminary I Shown almte (1-r( ) a.. the furniture was assembled and'' tell prospects why your offer you dollars In results.

plans. Installed 111I It ramp from North Carolina are Mra.' Culit. satisfies their needs Give sizes dimensions And It Is Easy; To Order Your Ad:
i :SIRLOIN 79 C If no TurCher delays ,r (Loran Mrs. Olin "'hlff>. Mrs. Jeanette Klnrald and Mm. capacity condition advantages. Trained
LB. the Board should bo rea occur.// Ij'\rce Cofiimlw*, all member 01 the Atrvlllary. !Alrx. And don't forget price! Want Ads< competent Want Ad-VIsori will
jCoco- (help
you word your ad for bent
call for bids on the without pos-
T-BONE new ni'.ie: orcloreil the furniture for the I'r..op.I price are 50% less effective flible results.
house March. 1908. I than ads with price. All you do Is pick up your
three years after plans were telephone and they do the rest.

: begun. for the new building.The I Florida: Te Ruth Whose 1 1I
STEAK lb. 59c courthouse will be built VV'HyrroMH HoHldenc'o. IsIIC l(lAi: .>rKln.' :llh Im Street I be wine entered of a Dei-amber.IK-fuult against' ,Judgment 11167. other.will Only $1 For 15 Words
on the old American you.
; Von art* h<'i,ehy nutlfled thata Thl. Notice .',
shall be
FRESH PORK on North Temple, a site published -
: SALE suit fur divorce mid alilld.I In the next. four consecutive
chosen by the voters in a uuHtoriy hUH linen brought weekly" 'IHHUBK of the Bradford
special controversial MKiilnift you by Hltiert Allen In County, Teliwranh, .
election. u duty iiualIfl'ul -
; GOING ON tuUHe tax. above, und you entitled Court and. newBttapvr" published. In TELEGRAPH
are hereby HUtnnuuiHil. eald County. CLASSIFIED ADS
NOTICE fill and required to WITNESS! my hand, all Clerkof
I I 'Will' not be responsible for fenHitii your written anHWf or di.- Maid Court and. the coal of''
'to the
: : ALL MEAT STEW lb. 69c any debts incurred by anyone office. or the cuntpluliit Cleric of In sold the thus Maid November Court at 7th Htarke., Florida GET RESULTS
Court 10A7.
In SUurkn,
other than myself. Florida und (SEAL)
: ; CHUCK ROAST lb. 59c -- Toby O'Neal. to Plaintiff serve a attornwM copy, thereof, Tlollla on V /S/ Charles A. Darby
r 2tp 11H6) Knight and Theron A Yawn An flerk Of Circuit Court Of
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-- P, O. Drawer F Staike, Flor: Bradford County Florida' PHONE 964-6305 -
HOG MAWS PIG 1haehth. Clrrult Cotfrt Of The ida, an 'in or before the tsth 11/0 4t 11/30
-- TAILS I Juillxlnl Irrnlt Of Plurlihl -
In .tnil For llrailfuril CuunIjl : -
NECK (Ivll Artln* I
ICLN I; :H'L' Al.r.KX Plaintiff ; le a
VB Ut'TIC' AI.I.KN, Ijifendant.iirilir nri( 'xw+ ot; a t ;z raN' ,
i of t'uhlloatlon. And No oull
then, Of Suit fihndIt NhT1
LB. 3 9c I In The Nume Of The Stale Of l l iI


::1.I White or Smoked BY THE PIECE 1 12 \\Vides. -- P{!''{: \ :'%"''r it;( :;:

lb. 39c '

: II l BEGGS VACUUM cleaners reconditioned I.
Garden: Fresh,;; Greens For Florida" Living; PaJatka' $15 up. 10 different

: ALL KINDS Bunch 25c : Gulf Service I name brand to choose from 1.
Get More : 1 USED Parts &: excellent
YOU : Refinished PAnTS repairs all : /
: I For Your $ $ : Top Price for Wrecked Cars I makes. IORB7 SALBS A
FRESH CEDAR KEYS MULLET REBUILT 24 Hour Wrecker Service/ SERVICE 712 N. Main Gainesville
: I No Salaried or Commissioned I 1 : I 376-7110. tfchgAT
... Employees I I -- Fuel Oil --

"' or Call AAA S & II Green
DAD& BRAD.LARSEN j I I S-9166 Uwy. 301 N. Waldo Stamps) LAST!
i I
.. YOU Benefit! St. LACY CONWAY I For Mobile I
COMPUTE Airplane
er All Sizes! o n Display :{ I rentals.. Greyhound Bua CALL THE MAN t

8-10-12 Wide Charter Keep your party t oFROM KEYSTONE MASONRY
I 1 Y Bdtha I g-other charter a bus. Phone
.s and Expandable 984-6090. tfchg George E. LaRue MATERIALS

i. HOW ABOUT ONE I II I a j AT REDUCED INSURANCE: i INSURANCE Keystone Hts.AGENCY 473-4692 Reedy Mix Concrete Concrete 1
I,New and Used. RATES

I e-Xr. financing available DOYLE F. CONNER FOB RENT Furnished I1, Cement Mortar Steel, Oyster -
I I INSURANCE and 2 bedroom apartment. .l,! Shell Umerock Root '

Use Our Rental-Pur- I AGE.'VCTf'Uchg Unfurnished 2 bedroom'house. '' Gravel Precast LIntels
rI. i'i'I W. H. ) and ;
chase PlanPaymentsUnder e, tt Norman 510' ,, Window Sill. ':
Myers Power Tools Cherry St. tfchsr Everything '"
$50 Per MonthNow' for Maxonry Fonatruettou.r '
I i I I II Area Headquarters For BERT McOEE I r
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l Power Tools1rcCUIIOC'h ,
: \ Chain Saw Home Serv-i I ,

Phone tD f "'limpsVatftr System Ice"Heaters- Patio- Kool Awnings Bradford j
BrlgRt & Miller
i I Engine
I I R..I.. .. ,_. "'__..u ) Gun Burner Service, r*.. n. n/ ... ,
Mobile Home Sites II I i THANK: YOU NOTES- : I } ---230 N.E. 16th Ave.Gainesville 37. Keystone HelghCU- Fla.- -Ph.--I ungineering: t.o. 11
4733083. 1
D Starko
376-3411) Phone 084-1 I
AVAILABLE tifully engraved in gold 8763. Phone Starke
silver $1.23 for box of 23: I tfchg 4tp n-18 II 1

h ''r Pull Lake Privileges eluding envelopes \ MALE HELP WANTED __ 964-5403
County !; FOR RENT-4 room and bath :
PI-IILCO Homestead Exempt- Telegraph Men kitchen help, laundry "
L.. ..__ aPHILCd drainage. furnished apartment. Call 9846852. workers. Steady
e. Financing NO. 557-Priced Right"!" : permanent
tfchg I
frontage. work, 8 hour day a
acres with creek. Good day week. LOSE WEIGHT safely with
I In- Paid
vacation ,
tion for ? FOR SALE Big frame sick leave. Dez-A-Diet Tablets.
Lake Geneva poultry farm. 231'I can bo Please Only 98c
CUSTOM apply In
7700. Terms. house 3 bedroom partly turn- Personnel person only. at Mitchell Drug IQtp I1I23! :
NO. 550 ished. Garage. On 2 lots. 725: Office Sunland I
Training Center Gainesville SALE: es.ooo: BTU
Trailer Sales acres on U S. 301. Concrete McMahon St. Call 964-6493.: Fla. oil eire heater
Easy Payment Plan home. Only 2tp 11-9 4tchg 11-9 with draft :
Up to 36 Months $5500.STROUT trees. -- .. I I booster and blower Call 864-
Oa Route 100, One Mile\ SB REALTY WANTED 20 ACRE 6813 after
2117 N. Temple I Married man 1 MILE Harry Green Itp
Keystone IlelfhU
AT with small family to work OF STARKB
HASWORTHY'S ; Open Sun. & Evenlnnrumiture Fla. (904)) 964-6609 I homes. farm. Must have on 17 acres cleared, FOB SALE-1 Gibson& Electric

with.... .II......__. _..... 'U___experience' L_ _., n.lv ....... ."A ... '-_some..____timber.. .n i Oultar with ...I'1'Vf...,._ ft._ _._.,A.
FOB RENT Unfurnished .Q. "'IU" D" SOle ""-'-'- -- U u..uu_ .& tile ------ ----01. -
I bedrom hou e at 525 W. to drive tractor. House and bathhouse, 2 barns fenced I 1 large amplifier used very ,
l N .Y St. Contact Mrs. R. 1 1':. utilities furnUhed. Yearly 1 and cross fenced. Valid reasons little. Call 964-7089. 2tp 11-9 I,
u dorff at 639 E Laura St. work, $260.00 month salary. for selling. Take over and WANTED
r 5 p m. St. Write "E", Drawer A, Starke. go to farming immediately. and Dragline work '.
: tfchg A. J. Thomas Realtor Bulldozer work. yt yard
FOR SALE Twin beds Tel. 964- 701 dragline' on tracks, small
.I plete, end tables and large RETIRED Man desires full or dozer. Ph. 964-6495: or write
box for pickup truck. ap part time work in motel as $100 DOWN $48 Month. Move Claude Prescott P. O. Box 404
I Champion, Phone 964-7627. ; ) of value. manager or assistant manager. in today. Spacious Modern Starke Fla. 2tp 119i
964- Experienced. Ph. 9646947. frame, carport. Need interior
2tchg tfchg 2tp 11-9 finishing. Large lot. $4800.00.i i HOUSE: FOB RENT 2 bed
SINGER AUTOI\.1TO Go 100 toward Keystone 4 room. Corner Jefferson A
IS WORTH CONSOLE MODEL 3 TAP DANCING Classes formIng -' miles, look for house SOO yards. Thompson St. Ph. 964-6424.
_i ZIO ZAO SFJWINO [ walking now Begin 1st week In off highway on right frontingsand 2tchg 11-9
4 Blind stitches / area. November. Application also road. Mr. Raymond 7203
: t decorates el'c. Original tfchu being taken for Ballet Aero, Florida Tampa. 2391161. FOB SALE: Morson Oil Clrni'iv'lng -
,. Etc.
$300. Has Ph. 964-7098. tfchg \ heater
t4 + 4 balance $31.20 2tp 11-9 with fan. Excellent
TWOAT 11 reliable party in this area FURNISHED / condition $35. Also
garage apartment
assume $8 monthly for rent at TURKEYS for sale. Hazel Pansy plants. Phone 964-5614.
Bide and Kingsley Swindell. Ph.
Phone :
JackHonvllle I
: ; Heifers; Lake Will accomodate a bachelor 9645845.3tp Itchg
4 333-1946. Ask for 11-16
Credit !
( ; ; Bred ore couple. Call Mrs. -
t tion.ager Will deliver no "' in the Pauline Torode 533-2301. WILL CARE for one sick person FOR SALE: BOAT-16' cus-

NASWORTHY'SHALFPRICE Stchg j '" tfchg light housekeeping. WU1 i tom built cypress 24 lip Mer

WILL BABY SIT in my : SONS FOR SALE: 1966 4 door' I live In. Phone 964-8634.: ItpNEAR cury$300.motor.Call Keystone All good condition

from 1 to 5 p. m. Mr. .. '" Gene or.i Jetstar Oldsmobile, A/C. power I LAKE SANTE FE-7 473-3191. Heights Itp
aker 636 South St.
power steering, new acres fenced surveyed into 4
FOR SALE 11J23! tires, excellent condition. Make beautifully. wooded parcels all!1
-19034, turn '" CHILD CARE for busy mothers
truck. reasonable offer. Financing frontage on SB 200A( at Earlton. -
Sale Model 200.. 4 Se. ) by 'hour, day or week.
drive heater, perfect for Call Gene Shaw J. J. Bennett. 11403( Phone 984-7277.
Ing. Contact T. L. Norwood Wag 964-6328 or 964- 20i: Elaine Dr., Jacksonville 768- Itch,

u p To 36 Months! To Pay 1 Box; 453 Melrose or Ph. Keystone, 3tchg 1118JERALD I 6083 Itch* LOST in the
Itp vicinity of
Now is the time to Buy that Furniture have been 5003 1 I : BALDWIN NEW MOBILE homes. Chuck Prison Farm and Hwy. 223,

wanting and at HALF PRICE! you FOB RiCNT: Unfurnished! puppies:*. 782- ___________________ calm 20' & 24' wide. Buddy one Yorkshire gilt 8 weeks old
rooms and bath FOB SALE 2 -16" bottom -Clemson. Layton Travel 30-33 1bs. Call 964- 54(). lip
*" l I itch plow 3 point $7000 Trailers Liberty. Taylor. Azalea
SUPER SPECIAL !ley? Lake Phone: I ; 216"plow
9 x 12 Linoleum i Rugs -- $3.99 4477. coulter' $8 each 16', buy sell. Irate..: YearTrailer WILL
3tp 11 Lake _.Inol... .. ._......_.__. .,.,.._.._. _.___; ,.__. bank el..r.tna. :nnro-eve" -- ---CARE- for- children In
,,.,, .
We Have One of the Dest TV Technicians i in i 1 t this Section. EXPERIENCED: COOK need-,I FOB SALE!-:.1 67 Ford Econ I 2 binntlon story house brick and. com- 5...' drag disc harrow iI"UW. $45;; I, Mart; Inc. 6712 Bland- or wijr; week.jMMnc.Call ream 964-ay 674.nour, ear

e1-six C. H. NASWORTHY Furniture and I IM I Appliances d-tve-in re-tstmint. cill :Mr ; 2 months"'.old. ]ite) ; new.-' In bedrooms kitchen 2 tile baths, built elevator $60; power 8776. tfchg TIIE RIGHT
Sutton at 964-5288 from plenty! of cabinets POINT for the
(9 I a corn husker and
sheller I
Forced $75
to sell. Reasonably. ;
m S p. m. or 964-9964 from priced. and closets. Central hsat. Oar 1 young Angus Bu1I\! : Angus Adjustable Vinyl Book way ;yon writ* Come) .In sad.
I 5 Keystone' Heights. age. Clear lake, white elect :your favorite
p. m, to midnight Itchg 4734118. Ph..j. beach. sand cows Logan 1-4 m!, south Coven. All slzei 30 cent ea. BROOK JESTER-
Keystone 4734694. Itp, Waldo U. S. 301 Itp at The Telegraph. GRAPH fountain pea. TELL!: \



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j Taxes Can Be tense buldlng at tho Fair well patronized and every- hassee Sunday.' Monday afternoon for children: Quarter of the. NW Quart ofMovtlon against you for the relief domandril
R. A. Green Jr. 19. Township 8 /South OK
in the cornplalnt
Reported Eyeing grounds. Separate meetings ..thing sold. We really believe Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams grades 1-6 at Hope Baptist Range. S2 riantIIOH petition: > .
Paid Now In for the men's organlmtlon. it Is "the' best And most profitable and Steven of Jackson. Church. Transportation' homeIs .Loon.. filed against. you and Witness my hand and trio'
Race For State's AttorneySpeculation and the Ladles Auxiliary were carnival we ever haj 'ville. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Durban arranged afterwards.The you are rnciulred to serve .,a seal. ] ..1 said Court on October
InstallmentsFlorida f
copy your written defvnaait. 3R, 1I7.SHAD! ( .
held during the afternoon' here. of Gainesville and Denis North Pla. Gospel Sing If any to It on Kata A Kat,
son of :Mr. and Mrs. Lex State VFW officials attending CHURCH ACTIVITIES and Lisa were Sunday visitors Is having a Sing at Bethel attorneys for Plaintiff whooendilrrxH (
that Public De- Green of Sta.rke.Duncan taxpayers; can now In 387 West 1o'oro'th Charles A. Darby,
the session Included! Department Orace Methodist Sunday of Mrs. Ed Durban. Baptist Church In Starke Nov. '
.liinlcniinvlln Florlilit.
fender B. A. Green J.might the Installment plan
on :
has been on the pay .. Commander VanceM. School D::45, Worship 11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs Ernest Hewitt 18. Everyone lit Invited to at- ::12202.) and l flln. the originalallh Clerk Circuit Court
be a candidate for State's Attorney under a new law which became ,, D.. .
put .
political scene for a long time Watson of Miami. PMDepartment First Baptist Sunday of Tallahassee visited! Mr. and tend. 'the "."'I'lt ir, the ahi>vontvli'il Hy Bi-ulah M. Mnucly
In the 1968 Democratic having been State Attorney effective November 1. : t fiiiitt 1 <>D ur l bnfure, Xov rii-rk.
Commander Robert School 0:43: a. m., Worship 11 Mrs. A. D. Dobbs and the Willie Mr and Mrs L. A. Chikb ,
InSunday's 'tnlttr 27, r>rt7 ntliiMWlHit a
primaries} was reported Tax Collector J. R. Kelly ; 11/2 4t tl/J::'
for about 30
Florida Tlm -Un' years. to M. Brockman of Holly- that wishing
Green comes by his political says persons wood, and Mrs Bernice Zangenbeng 'Union 6pm. Midweek serv- week. guests SU11l.lay at the home or
ion.Concerning aspirations naturally, being take advantage of the install- ,, of Lantana, state pres. does 7 p. m.Church ,i Mrs. Milo Smith Mrs. Willie Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Ctiilda and'
mint: plan must file a declaration -
the 1968 primaries the SOIL of former Congressman ident of the Ladles Auxiliary. of God: Sunday Dobbs and Mrs. E. J. Cau- Susie. I
f T-U correspondent Thor Lex Green of Starke who of Intent at the tune of District officers included School 10 a. m., Won hip 11 lev spent Friday In Jackson Mrs. T. F. Howell was a
nton :Hartley report. from was also a one-time candidatefor I their first payment for in Ms of. District Commander Eugene' ia. m. and 7 p. m., YPE Wednesday 'ville. guest of friends and relatives ,i
fee. The deadline filing
Gainesville that the question Governor. Rdvers of Green Cove Springs, 7:30: p. m. Prayer ser- Sunday visitors of Mr. and In Miami over the weekend.
ths declaration Is Friday, Nov.
most often heard in thoso : In commenting further on District Vice commander Fred 'vices/ Friday 7:30: p. m. (Mrs Marvin Rosier were Mrs. Mrs.: carlle Trlest, Mrs. Lou:
parts Is: "Will Buzzy Green the possible race, Hartley!I 17. Kelly said. must Chewer of Palatlca District Hl81tl and Baptist- Sunday re&lly]] run against Ted Dun ,I said: "Green hasn't Mild why' The the property first installment owner of at! Quartermaster Guy Honson of School 9:::45, Worship 11 \. m. sister, far.. and Mrs. Kenneth In Gainesville last week. Den- ,

can? he Is eyeing an attempt to pay lest $10 and, thereafter: pay Wesconnett! and District: any;! 7:30,: ( p. m., Choir practice 'Ulne, Including: their daughter nis broke a bone in his leg and 1
In answering the I switch. from defender to prosecutor the balance of taxes due In Chaplain Walter Lee of '8:30: p. m. Prayer services: Mrs. Wiley Hodges, and was getting rechecked.Mrs. tt
Hartley reported qaestlon'l' but the fact that the Installments. Starke.A <7:30: p. m. Wednesday. Mr. Hodges of Jacksonville. R. E. Hanks spent! the
said, "There's a 'I state attorneys office Is much equal Persons using the Installment strong endorsement: of the The social last Friday night Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore, weekend and first part of the
bility." better financed than the new.: plan will not be allowed Government's action lit Viet !was enjoyed by all. There wasa Renee and Micky spent Sunday week with her daughter Mrs.
At present Green Is serving er public defender's: office I the normal discounts of four nam and a stress on AmerIcanism good attendance. They especially ,: with the J. W Thomas Johnson In St. Petersburg.
as Public Defender for the I I might' have something to do I cent in November, three and cooperation with enjoyed the barbecue family In Live Oak. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley
8th Judicial Circuit, with offices with It." iI i per per cent In December, two per school officials were highlights, dinner. The sermon by Rev. i :Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee and were visiting Mr. Sibley's sister -
in Gainesville. He J IB the I,: cent In January. and one percent of speeches] dwng the after .James Walker Is still '('being In February, Kelly said. noon. 'broadcast each Sunday 7 a. m. Sunday where they Joined the Tuesday. On their way 1 .
I The Bradford collector said Lee reported that all (veterans over station WPXE Starke. family. 1n celebrating the back Thursday they visltej:
from the Starke area Miss Elizabeth' Terry went (birthday anniversary of Mr. Mr and Mrs. Johnny Mayo of,,
that SO far only three taxpay.:
have taken advantage of should apply to the new VA !to Gainesville Sunday afternoon (Le 'a mother, Mrs. Clenunle Lake Panasoffkee.Mr. .
STALLING CORNER ers hospital in Gainesville for She and her sister, Mrs. Lee. and Mrs. Clyde Hall
/ the new plan. more are expected
before! the deadline hoapltallzatlon, when neded C. E. Strickland attended the i 'Mrs. E. J. Raulerson visited :Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall
next week, however.District rather than Lake City. It was funeral( of her aunt. Mrs. Ott her uncle, Kyle Cannon, In, Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pockham VETERAN'S DAY .
also reported that the new (Terry who passed away Fri. Maxvllle( on Sunday. Mr. Can attended the funeral cf Mri.
OASIS LOUNGEYour VFW post here now has 43 (Jay;! In Fort White. non has just returned: from Joyner of Savannah Ga. Friday -
VFW paid up members.- i Mrs. Strickland will appreciate several days. !In. the hospital.. Mrs. Joyner ww. the A Day of Pride and Honor.On
CLOSEST Spot For The next district meeting the prayers of her friends Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. mother of Mrs. Clyde Hall .
Meeting Held I .will be held with the South- las she enters; the hospital one L, Wainwright during the past and grandmother of Mrs.
LIQUOR WINES BEER side Post of Jacksonville on day this week for surgery week were M. and Mr. PranK: Packham and Mr. Hall thin day we in remembranceand
: the first Sunday in February.LAWTEY i Miss Arthurtne Blanchard iDockl[ ] Wainwrlsrht' ind small (Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Slbley pause
Open 9 A.M.12 P.M. Here Sunday gratitude, as we salute our Veterans.
of Jacksonville spent the daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. were guests Saturday, of Mr.
Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M ..................... weekend with Miss EnzaBlanohard. 'William! DIxon and son of and Mrs Carlos Youngbloodof Proudly, we honor all who so valiantly
Fifty-nine members and SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS guests attended the District 6 \ Mrs. Marian :Mars and: son and Mr. and Mrs DonaU Mr and/ Mrs. Joseph Settler; Freedom, and those who, with equal
meeting of Veterans of Foreign of Jacksonville' were Monday Knight' and children of Jacksonville > of Gainesville were weekend valor, serve today.
OR QUARTS Wars\ In Starke Sunday visitors! ( of Mr. and Mi's. O. J. and Jack, Wainwright; guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Not only on Veteran's Day but every day
By Enza Blanchard Oa. on Sunday. Dampier
afternoon. lAnders. of Waycross
8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301 The meeting got under way Mrs. George Roberts has 1'8-. Mrs. Rhoda DamPer! was let us pledge to give purpose to their
with a fried chicken dinner at. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI ..turned from a visit with I,.... ................ an overnight guest last Thursday loyalty and sacrifice. Let us strive unceasingly -

noon, served in the Civil ..tea LAWTEY PTAOBSERVES 'friends and relatives Jn Boynton of :Mrs. Hal P. Olllen at to maintain the Democratic
HALLOWEEN ; Beach. THERESSABy Lake City While there they principles they have so generously up.
) The PTA carnival Saturdaywas Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Orlffis, visited R. C Dampier who lai' held.
a great event with a record Mrs. Malnes Oriffls and their a patient in the Veterans'Hoqpltal.
Photography breaking attendance., ,'he respective children of Palatka (Cheryl Griffle1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAa1AAAAd We Will) He Closed Saturday Nov. 11
fish supper was served continuously were/ visiting Mrs. Nellie Wil-
a BullingtonCAMERAS I from 5:30: to about kinson anal;!" Mrs. Daisy Booh !For". Tb MriMltoril f Iron It O"De"(',nnt'n, l''l...rl.ln.Antl. : FULL SERVICE BANKING
J TELEPHONE 964-7271 >3:30: and was enjoyed by and Lynn on Sunday. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 1.:"". \<.l. lit I I
every one. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips Sunday School 10. a. m. United States. Finance Com- '
puny Inc., a porporutluti, E'laln- HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED
One great attraction was : and sons of Jacksonville spent Morning Worship 11:00: a. m. tlff. VH. Calvin W. Oooilman, ,
"the' show put on by Jack Andrews Sunday with Mrs. O. J. Phil- Training Union 6:30: p. m. Defendant

JEWELRY GIFTS with his famous white Ups.Lonzo Evening Worship 7:15: p. m. To: Calvin NOTiria W. OF Uoodmannnstdence SUIT The Conununity State Bank
mule. Most attractive to the Austin of Daytonaspent Wednesday night prayermeeting .. un k nnown. i
children were the pony rides the weekend with his 7:30: p. m. with oholr You are lierohy, notlflml that
Alice Austin, and. "n antlon to foreclose. agreement. .
mother, Mrs.
and rides that continued practice afterwards. OF STARKE
\ through the evening. his sister Mrs. W. B. Red BIBLE CLUBBible duBcrlbed. property In
DIAMONDS NORITAKE CHINA Club Is held every Bradford County Florida: MEMBER F D. I. C.
TAPE RECORDERS WATCHES The costume J Judging posed ding.We are proud of our Bantam The NRJ Quarter, of the 8m',
FENTON ART GLASS sort of a {a problem as they < Football Team having
COSTUME JEWELRY were all unusually good
>won three games! and so farare
We Rent EARRINGS CHARMS HIHLES BILLFOLDSPICTURE Owenn Marie Zack's leallstls undefeated. Jackson
FRAMING /witch costume was consideredmost Building Supply OF STARKE
, MEN'S JEWELRY like Halloween and was i Mrs Jo9te Futch spent the,, ,
; TAPE awarded\ first prize. The second weekend/ at home and while''
was divided between De 'here visited Mrs. Seima BEHIND BIG DAD CO.
RECORDERSPROJECTORS Ask How You Can Save lane and Lex keen III representing .Eunice in the Method Hospital PHONE 961-G07S

; : space men as the in Jacksonville.

20% DISCOUNT ON YOUR mpst original Vicky Snyder1 i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce. II
'I.""pretyy; old West gown and hatlrev.third Lucinda and Catherine, and 1'

CAMERAS',:*- CHRISTMAS' GIFTS" < ,prize as.' the. pettiest. I'JV. L. Starling Vernon L.family starling were Visiting Jr.I Cash), SPEC IRISriTki4

All booths and stands were + In Sunland Hospital] ] In llallaIJTAUISHID :,

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/ SAFE .. "NEW" Southern Yellow]) Pine 12-2 with Ground
Llo .
f.- ,) DEPENDABLE 18" STATE ROAD Treated Pine Wire



( 'Roll)

8* Cedar Studs
Wire and

OIL BURNING I1- I'I'large 69c EACH Accessory Stock

a model to heat every horn 10% DOWN COLONS: "' "f .. _
or small at a standout Val. DELIVERS Ir.wn Twq.
".-glv.ng. Prico. Ina I.ise '.a- FUSTIC j PIPE i
Av.cad. flllfi t ii I I I
Famous *mok.Ut. burner ( tj J 100 ROLLS

35,000 BTU. Efficient Low. $1.75 A WEEK j REVERSIBLE FOAM CUSHIONS
COlt operation. l 1Z2":: $2.22 [
QUAlUE Qiuif Has full I I'C. I size hidden innerspring : : : BIG DISCOUNTS
.OUAKIR.."...... .I...(1M II......- -$.,., .....ITU O.1..l.r'. .. t t mattress to provide additional UU QQ 3Z4" $3.33 B _

->,OOO: ITU ,..-= --' 1" $5.75
tn -
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$119". *.so 139'sII *wmc \ 159"/rroaw..R r i I $15 Down I ALL AND SIZES, FITTINGS STOCKED' PVA LATEX

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29" 29"
,', ?I Beauty, Comfort', ;
1 y end Economical Heating'

; for Your Homo oooe Johns Manville List .-. $4.95
Oil Hrad Delu a HeoiafV
1 _fro OU fir.4 1.10.! N..lw
,,, .a.-- .J Ore ITU First Quality
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fl.! .' ...... NwlH t rs4
*'..*00j."u $8.95
/ a NM MW.N i
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r 249" ;;:"* $759
I m IllVIM Quaker. Thin .... fvmHura : PRICE ON FELT
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$29" 529" S39" 8 PIECE COMPLETE BUNK OUTFIT;', ,. .. .. ,- ,. ,"
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If.000 ITU --
\ a.r.ww MOOOItU sM..h.-40 000 ITU*'" ,1-w--= ape s.l.lP11.f Mattresses, Guard Rail and Lad- $9995
IM*,.M.K. t t1161.Int.rs
Ihlii -J.ill .tawa..r. der. Sturdy 2" Poots. Deluxe
'49" '59's Bookcase Headboard. With Two Basket Strainer

Down 8" Faucets with Spray Galvanized Pipe
1 nndrrrth) CARLOAD SALE of BLANKETS_ Heir.
Copper Cast Iron
BUNK $12995 Now
OUTFIT $49.95
., 72"0" EI.CIrle $3995
fiber Wove llonktls Blanket l4 t LAVATORIES All FittingsTJlURSlD" ,
04'% Ravmi SI.. 72" .. '
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f ,. 1 SERVICE MENuaaaa4aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Tour Given To Chamber Board"One

of the finest thingswe !! it.
State Funds Must Fill The action the Chamber -
- Gao have done to promote industry In other<<
) Businessman Bojundir:
o Stark
,Tuesday night Gov. Claude] two years. Under this plan the 1? :; Jtunea ff. Dowllns, eon of Charles Sawyer told the Braid -Voted Chamber to report): the to resultsof theNational

Kirk's vetoes of adequate fundstd board could have renewed its Mr and Mr. William E. ford Chamber Commerto: : opinion poll conducted
Board of. Governor in a report an
support county schools came fleet every ten years, but that "' Dowllng of Starke, was pro among local Chamber mambers -
recent industry prospecting
on a
home t9 roost. In being refused program will be brought to a J. motedto Army, private pay -tour. although only" 13 percent
grade E-2
needed state funds for schools, screeching halt with no millage basic combat upon training completion at Fore of Three Bradford' Chamber 23 of 173, of the Questionnaires -

trip local school people had been in the fund. Freeman Register, were returned. The
provided 4 Bennlng',, o*. The promotion members,
told, "get your money at home." Certainly there is no use to cry was awarded two months earlIer Manager Pete Novak and poll asked opinions on but.national
Tuesday it milk but the than la under Sawyer made the trip as political Issues :Man-
was proved that over spilt question customary Novak eald the main
taxpayers the level do remains where Is the ., 1 an Army policy providing Incentive members of a group sponsored ager
on county money W1 .R ; by the Jacksonville. Chamber thing the small number of replies -
nit intend to provide these funds. coming from to meet school 'needs ees. for outstanding train of Commerce's Committee showed Is: there are

As returns from '''''u adaY'B that no one denies exist? As many a* half the traineesin of 100. Bradford County. men many diverse opinions

millage election were: tallied, With Gov. Kirk and his Republican ,. 1 each training cycle are were members of teams. which Heard( a report on Tues
School Superintendent "Tom'Casey cohorts saying "get it from rn'f eligible! for the eariy promo- caUed on 90-95 industries::! and, day's school mUlage,) electionby

slid "It's the soundest thrashing the counties," and the taxpayersof y'CJ tion. baaed on scores attained the entire group contacted members Supt. stayed Tom Casey.to discuss Several the \

parents have ever given their the counties at least Brad- during range firing, combat Close said.to. 400 businesses Saw- education Issues with the superintendent -

children in Bradford County. By ford unwilling to shoulder the 1 bearing proficiency and test leadership, military yer He reported definite leads afaer the meeting. \.

tHeir' 'votes the taxpayers have responsibility, the question looms : tr tential. po of firms which are Interested _Was told by Manager Novak

did they don't want busses for even larger. d+ !In relocating in a rural area that Carl Johns Si., for-

tHeir children to ride to school in Certainly, we can understand t Pvt.. Carlton E. Meng, son such as Bradford County. mer owner! of Starlce Builder

add are not concerned about the 'anyone's reluctance to vote a tax of Mr.; and Mrs.Paul. Meng Sawyer said the teams talked Supplies, was the first past
of the Chamber to
calibre of education offered by increase on himself but whatis of Hampton is undergoing "area. not Just Jacksonville.The die.president: '

odr schools. the alternative? The next two Marine recruit( training at Jacksonville grouo Sawyer -
;Parrls Island 8. C. During kept emphasizing. Is not -Was Informed of a Nov.,
"We (daft't! provide quality education years may tell the story with a the eight-weeks, boot camp interested In developing their 0 meeting with the Jacksonville -

with the three-mill levy deteriorating school system, unless ..a he will receive physical> conditioning own city but all of northeast; Chamber's Committee of
approved by the voters in the .the State comes to the aid of and development, Florida because they figure 100 to work on plans for area

current fund," Casey ddd., schools by shouldering more of training In rifle marksmanship the big city will receive about development.;;; .
and other skills neededby 60 cents of every dollar spent! Was thanked by Emory
Only J78 Votes werfP'cast! for:, the burden of the counties. Small a Marine. in the area In the long run. Prevail president of the

the recommended six mills, ana counties, such as Bradford, simplydo "If It (the trip] was a County 4-H Council, and Greg

419 for the three mills supported, not have the resources to pro- FARMER'SAmong t DIARYopening Pvt. Richard Starling son waste of money, then all your Alvarez president .of the

bjjr+ the Bradford, County Taxpayers vide the calibre of schools we are of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starling money spent on advertising is Bradford' Chapter FFA, for

Association an anonymous; told we must have in order to the "snowbirds who day of hunting sea- of O-rahem fired expert with a waste of money because sponsoring the recent Calf
group which waged an active keep" abreast of the times. crossed the border last week son, there must be some game! the M-14 rifle near the com- that's what It was I advertising Scramble.: Both students were
campaign against the end was Old Man, Winter him- around this year. One thing pletion of basic combat/ training ], pure and simple\ ; ," Sawyer winners of calves in the competition
jnillages With taxpayers refusing ade- self and he knocked the temperature for sure the hunters welcomed at Fort Bennlng Oa. Expert told his fellow board and both termed the
recommended by the school board. quate support from ad valorem around here for a the cold weather o/t SUn- rating Is the highest members. event successful and said it

Two hundred and twenty-one taxes, we can only hope that the loopdown In the :20s: and: day for ''we're told that high mark a soldier can achieve on Sawyer. said, in his opinion "affords the winners an opportunity -
persons actually voted zero mills Legislature, at the coming special not too far from the freezing temperatures are bad for his weapons. qualification test. the Bradford Chamber should they wouldn'tnave
in i the current fund more than session, will close loopholes] in the point. As we usually co not hunting.\ aim its efforts to obtain: more had to care for and raise

vbted for, the recommended six. present sales tax, or increase the get a killing frost here in this eWe Cpl. James T. Lee ton of -businesses at the textile Industry purebred beef animate.: Both
No section until around Nov. 29. do hope the hunters willexerolse Mr. and Mrs millage was voted in -
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necessary It look well get this for is interested in another event.
the\ M though care season, Jr., of Rotate J, Starke, recently aygro
Building and Bus Reserve give relief to the counties pro hit earlier than. that this year. almost every year' there are graduated! from a leadership workers in, small. towns (Io Heard a letter from A. J.
Fund. One mill had been recom- viding, of course, that enough persons killed accidentally, course at the Marine hold costs down. Thomas Sr., local realtor- protesting -
mended. Casey said this would Republican legislators declare We moved our tender plants By Sam McOurvey\ and it can be avoided If oau- Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Sawyer said he is now en- money spent on polls
&set the board's time table of their independence and pass suchan and small ornamentals Into tlon is used Calif. thuslastl over/ the trli. pros such aa the one recently; mailed -
replacing the bus fleet by the increase over the Governor'sveto. the garden room where they he said a man he knows has During the four-week} pects. He expressed ....pre la- by the Chamber Manaacr
\ of will be safe from freezes as a dog that [is expert at catch- course he was Instructed in tlon to Chamber :ManagerPete : Novak Kid the poll. coat the(
purchase two new busses
every we can control the temperature ing them. The dog grabs the email unit tactics with the Novak who. Sawyer said, Chamber under $10.

In that place. By wintering armadillo: by the tall, but the 25 Years AgoBy training oriented toward Vietoperatons. ; had ta "push acme of us untp
armored rascal just digs in
over our hibiscus there, Dam Prior to grad-
. A Poor earlier start in and un'ess! the man comes.
Setting ExampleThe they get an uation he 'participated' l in a
the spring and bloom earlier. aOng: and helps out tin rascal Alice McOarveyIn three-day field problem#! which Margaret Jackson. H. C. and .tdltion toil the. teams
law is clear burrows to .saftey. included setting up I ambushesand >> Marian ,DrI.;coU. Ma.-y Allen AMERICAN LEGION
enough. Any- As a matter of simple justice, Pecan prices are higher patrol bases in v simulated Alex Morton Janette Edgar, 1 The Comandmer asks all
Sne "who knowingly counsels, they should be. However, YQU than a kite this year, as there Alice reports that, she saw a the "good old days"' r.f Vietnamese village Pete and Lily Johnson and member to pleas! be 'present
aids; or abets another to refuse know and we know that their la a short supply 'and bidders very skinny snake up on a 25 years ago a Telegraph edi- Joe and Dorothy Kerrigan.: A on Saturday Nov. 11.: at Tom-
qr evade registration of service in heroics in this respect will net paid as high as 63 cents a window sill last week:. It was torial told us that 'the pri- Army Speclalist-3 Alvin B. delicious dinner was 'served. pklns Grocery in Lawtey at

the armed forces shall be them no arrests but rather the pound at the opening< sale at about two feet long dark colored mary concern of all ?fIS today Howard: son of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie! receKej many birthday 7:30: p. m, for a special meet-
liable to imprisonment for not kind of the market last Thursday, : with thin yellow stripes Is to win the war and we A. D. Howard ) publicity they were angling The scarcity also exists up In and was no thicker at any are prepared to make the Starke recently fired:!,' expert and far.State. :- John\ Sherman Com-

more than five years" or" a fine of for. Georgia we are told, and 'a point than .a pencil.. sacrifice." In order to win the with the M-14 rifle a t Fort Senator "Red" Cross and )tier,:_',Clarence, DeSue. Ad-
$10,000 or both. Their stand leads to speculation market sale scheduled there war the editorial pointed out Hood Texas. Expert rating. is ajnawered our }letter and' assured 'jutant.QOIWIARY.
But:: despite thiji"J n8 'liberal ""on, how- 'consistent' these clergymen was cancelled
Protestant, Catholic-, and Jewish would' be in applying their small volume of pecans on ,green frog which persists In to the Oovernmertt" And achieve on his rifle ,quolLflea- 10.000 Homestead section of Funeral 'services for Rev.
clergymen; have announced, .that hand. living In the washing. machlnu.We've Bradford County ;lid with ton test.Howaixt. the Florida revised Constitution Damon Dell], well known minister
doctrine to .
matters other than
sometmes heard the advice men in th* service -
many young
they BrA going to help '.A'con.science.stricken" is a supply upeclalistIn when It comes up for ,. were held at 2 p. m.
the war against the Communistsin "live dangerously" sometimes four five toa ...
Had a request for Information or Company D of the 2nd ratification and adoption.Our 'SatuJlde: ,In BarUey! Temple
young men to Vietnam. Take the matter of from D. E. Williams of and apparently this creature family, the older' men taking Armored Divisions nth En- next meeting on Nov- Methodlsit Church OalnesVllle -
evade the draft. Indeed, they the Ten Commandments. If, as Gainesville on the Confederate does just that. How It ever part in Civil Defense and gineer Battalion. at Fort Hood. ember 14 once again poses '' with Rev. W. M. Ferguson
started their announcement by admitted lawbreakers they are rose and also on a source survives the thumping arounJ the women In Red Cross, USO His wife Bonlta lives on the yearly question of nomin- officiating

advising "all who in conscience given the prescribed five-year for wild persimmons. He It must get In the washing work and airplane spotting. Route 1, Lawtey. ating and electing a new Executive Rev. 'Deli died! October 30
cannot today serve in the armed wanted to know If the Confederate process [with a detergent in Board for our club. We in the Bradford County hoer
forces to refuse such sentence, they might spend their rose can be purchasedat the water, tool and then the :Bradford had an excellent rm..mvv..r..n hope every member will come pital. He was a veteran of
service time as a committee to considerthe nurseries; we made qne Inquiry rinsing [In cold water, to say example of the patriotic families and participate in this most World War I. a member of
After this yiolation of the law, Decalogue. As a group could and found that person nothing of bhe dizzy ride dur- although they were not SENIORCITIZENS important function. A club Is the Masonic Order the

the} gentlemen went .on to say: they, in good conscience, subscribeto had none for sale. On persimmon ing the spin. dry. .Is beyond us native to the area or even the only as good as its members: Knights .of Pythias, Heroinesof
"We ,pledge ourselves to aid and all Ten Commandments? Or *, we told him we had United States. George M. Bil- NEWS who participate Ha its activities Jericho, Eastern Star, and
abet them in any way we can. seen no wild persimmons this We can't of course explain has manager of Condon' and who are willing: .to ... former i Presiding Elder of.
This means that if they are now would these latter-day prophets year and that apparently It why the frog makes! hli home Grille volunteered for Red .YYYYYY..TT.T"T9 serve\ in the necessary Jobs .to the .Methodist Church.

arrested for failing to comply emerge with deletions and qualifications was a bad: year for them. Wa there but we will venture;, to' Cross work. Mrs. Bllllas and: Senior Citizens spent an en- guide the club through one 1 ,ln.tenpj: :! have a cultivated persimmontree say that he must be the daughter were Red Cross joyable evenng'at our Hallo- more year. The 'procedure will Cemetery Gainesville.'
with'a law that violates their conscience plus a ringing offer to and this year It did not cleanest one In all Biai'iford: workers at Daytona :Bea.ch.and ween Masquerade Party. be: nomination seconded an-1 CHURCH NEWS
(: .we .too must be :go to bat for those who decidedto if not in the state. both officers ;
arrested bear any fruit. .at .all. County sons were Army Those judged as having the voted upon from the f'oor for Bethlehem Free Will ;Baptist -
k fracture any or all of them? one a 2nd lieutenant in best costumes were: Mrs. president.. vice president Church, Rev. Lewis .Mc
Got to talking about armadillos Judging by all the shooting the Air Corps and the other Mary Allen ghost: Miss Peggy treasure secretary, and house Kay pastor. Monday night
with Charles Darby, and we heard last Saturday: on the an officer In a Tank Division. Payne widow; Mrs. DorothyKerrigan. chairman. Visitors and prospective Choir No. 3 and Ushers :BoardNo.

I Hippies Must .... d .' Indian: Mn. Emma members are invited. 2 will rehearse at ,7:30-:
Drop Back In Because of the proxlrrlty of Schaefer, gypsy; Mrs. .Theimo. 1'heY.rnay; haw a voice, but Tuesday night Choir No 1 and
the several important military Fair Sunbonnet Sue and Paul no vote. A hearty welcome js
2 .rehearse at 5 p. m. Wednesday -
To 'judge by reports from San society, the more certain they NEWS And NOTESFor ,, Installations nearby, the 1942 Parr, dude extended; to all Remember =: 'rilght Prayer Meeting.
ancisco's Haight-Ashbury and show themselves to be its 4! federal;! government classed Visitors to the club were Nov 14 at the Recreation Thursday! night Ladies Circle.

"Manhattan's East Village, the tures. There have. always crea been Today's HomemakersBy j' :area Bradford In Civil County Defense as a' critical A survey Mrs. Janette; Mrs. Edgar Taylor St.of Petersburg Or- Center Pratt. -t",. at oe'errtga1.7:30.: p. m. meeting.Frtfay night. Prayer Z Bjand.

I lower children" have lost their searchers for Utopia. But how of the county was tlanned: lando
bloom. Martha Sue, McCain : and Mrs. Vector, of Greater. Allen Chapel. AME
many before sought it in the instant ... and training courses in var- Starke, who we hope will become Social Security
., Comments an editorial in the 'fix,' the technological won- County- Extension ious phases of Civil Defense .a permanent member.It Church Rev. J.,. A. Sampson

Wall Street Journal: der,, or the escape through dope Home Economics Agent for everyone In the county was a real treat to see and :Representative m.pastor.with Sunday Mrs. F. B.School pelesUe 10 In a.
brutal willing and able to cooperate talk to Mr. andMrs.. :Frank
4 and drug-soaked "The hippies float on to the were -set-- up., Herlong after, an lengthy absence :Here Twice: 'Weekly charge., The Junior Church:
doukjle murder has
brought New
same ironic fate suffered will have charge of 11 o kIck
by so due to illness. We
York's hippies into dramatic con- C. H. Nasworthy disasterohal1"man are A representative, of the service with Mias Linda,(Math -
many searchers before them. freeze satisfactorily. Jelly, looking forward to their better -
frontation* ) with Gainesville Social Security .s as speaker. At 6 : m. an
reality. SANDWICH of the Red Cross p.
seamy .
They enshrine gentleness and jam mayonnaise and: salad:: health and continued at-
Office- .U in
.s.tII.rk.e.In the aippreclatian service wQl be
{heir counterpart community on The lunch that 'packsa.punch" dressings soaks into the bread. and A. J. Thomas commander tendance.For -
the. other coast is apparently declining gravitate to methedrine, the drug I is very important for Hard cooked) egg whites in chief of civilian defense : the second time, our Agricultural 1 BuUkUnz Cup- Jh.ld for .Rev. Sampson. All
involved in bludgeon murders in stairs I. at 9:30: .a. m. teaqn hembers are asked ,.to .eet
under such Jnfluences every member of the family.So toughen and develop off flav- of this area, appointedthe committee met at the libraryto "
trash-littered basements. They foUowng chairmen tor the Monday and Friday for .this ieir leaders, and leaders are
step right out from where- ors. Do not use lettuce cel- help repair books. This ida
as onset of 'cold weather purpose of conducting naked to contact. the members
social >> ,
reject materialism and disaster ,
increasingly ever you are and enjoy good ery, tomatoes and carrots. preparedness pro- pleasant task which we are J
the waning of and ,security business. to inform them of their duty.
novelty a find themselves dependent for food at noontime. These can be added to the gram: Survey Chairman' JoeE. able to do for the community
good 'measure of droppingback.. their 'staff 'of life'on lhe"crassest For .better ,eating and greater / sandwich after it has been Wilson: Rescue, J. H. Dennis In appreciation for all .itiuy Persona who desire to make J Rev. Sampson will leave ,- or
in the school Medical! Aid Dr. M. r>. applications for social JKCUT- Conference on Nov. 15 at
year starts. materialists convenience make supplyof taken from the freezer. When : have done for our club. We
"tVe do the criminal syndi sandwiches ahead and Herlong: Food. Mrs. Titus Ol- Ity retirement or survivors\ Jacksonville. I
) not say this self-right- preparing sandwiches use slic- are sorry that Mrs. Carl Mo- benefits security
cates. secure social I
find their visions
iously, for much of what the bip- They freeze them until needed. 'A es of fresh or frozen bread. son; Shelter, W T. flute; Manus was unable to come account .
\ carry their own peculiar corruptions once-a-weefc helps Clothing Junius M. Smith: numbers or get any Chamber
ties> production Spread both sides lightly with due to Illness and hope she Boated
to is
purport argue worth that 'speed' kills and LSD take bhe rush Away from bubter. 'Wrap t separately in Transportation and:) Cen u ual- will be with us at our netsession. ether social ,security; Information j
istepiing to. Certainly our society scrambles your genes. those early morning\ hours. good wrapping' material. cation. Mrs. Glenn Duke;;; Registration are Jn ted -to seethe. Election Set
fs overly competitive. Certainly allies' and Information, representative Freezing sandwiches NOW IS NOVEMBER On October 26, Jessie _
"This MT3. his
likeso visit.
Utopian experiment
eople> and above all those in of time has many advanta.ges.auoh : Thanksgiving homraam- Mrs. Grace Wamwrlglvt, : FundRaising Bowden charter member ..of
'Jew* :York City, ought somewhere,! many of its. predecessors, has as: Ings and holidays? that's' Nov- and Public Informa the club celebrated 4wr J93rd; A'12-man slate of candidates .I
to find a little gentleness. Certainly demonstrated only that the real (111] A frozen sandwich ember. tion.. N. Stemberg: Central birthday with a little rArty lilt. has been presented to
; for that matter; American object of its rebellion is not soci- thaws slowly In the lunch baj And It can be a time to Purchase and Supply. Carl her home 676 Gardiner St. Colored Citizens fill six vacancies on Uw Boardof

Society has little to lose and per,, etY'but; the human condition. and freshly is leas made likely to spell thana sharpen up your food ,buying. Johns Those attending were Mrs. of .Commerce.Governors of. the Chamber'
one. .
Take a quick glance what NewsRECREATION
hap8. much to gain from a touch: The hippies are discovering an old [(2J Almost all kinds of Is available in the'way< of Twelve Bradford County Chamber:; members will voce

bf> frivolity. truth that even in a demi- fresh bread freeze very well, plentiful foods. Turkeys are a 'boys were Inducted At Camp and three sweaters fjnlshfti. by majl ballot and, the winners -

"Bat; 'the poor hippies the world of drugs, there is no escape but this Is not true of all fill featured item this month. Blinding Oct. 27 and returned Mrs. Carrie ;Ward and Mrs. will be announced! at a
yhno blatantly ings. Other plentiful. foods include from their 14-day furlough to W. A. Bonham sew with two Nov. 16 meeting The Jlat. repented -
al : they reject today's from the perplexity of life." (i31] The following sandwich broilers, pork, potatoes, grape report for duty Nov. 11..Theywera groups each sweek."CAp'n" i Th Reno Recreation will at tie Board; meetingThursday
fillings freeze well: Luncheon Juice and' dry split peas. Lawrence D..Adkln. Edgar -- be In, a new location! starting Jas< Nominating
-L ; a I meats left-over sliced roastmeat November turkey market OILsson: L. O. Jones, William O., L. Baealey, who this ..week., AU activities. *tll: .Committee Chairman B. F.Bu .
i. or poultry, dried beef ings are expected to run E. Moody. Francis H. at the age of 70 had retired be in will meeoentanr < ";Mtzeil I includes: ;
tuna. salmon sliced cheese, above last; year's. You'll find Norman. Raleigh A. Strick from railroading told the 8chool.tThere b* ro nlghc 1 The six :Board members
The Bradford County Telegraph cheese spreads hard cooked just the right. size for your land; ,. Earnest!; E., Boyd. William storjt\ of how"Peggy" got liter Activity stalled. until'lights ,are in- .wtlose terms will expire next

egg yolks and peanut butter. family whether the occasion H. Hamilton. Ovid O. name. He said. a little colored Jan... 31-Oeorge Pierce. Dens
'ESTABLISHED 1879 Use them separately or com- 1 is: Thanksgiving or Sunday Lewis Pitt Newsome, Leo' F.Starling boy who watched a man on The center.hours will. ba'the 'Shaw "Oeorge Roberta, Bud

f E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and PubUilherFJorl14a' bine with small amounts of dinner. and Joseph R. crutches go thump, thumping ,Saturday same,nights.except!! Fnday Watch the and *Mlaell.c Dr. T. O. Bitch. and
salad dressing cream ohaea Look for Jots of broilers Vause. a'onx; the trades started to for 'au"oanc Gus Koipelousos. Six new
paper nentpfnight !
Oldest" Weekly Newspaper Published Conttnomly or creamed butter to make too. The price should ,be ran :the railroad "the Peggy." IWtlvltle& : ? names proposed by the: Com

Met Under The !lame Mat Bead. spreading easy. .Add:! slicedor "right" on these family pleas- The Production Room of The name has stuck. The Bradford Hawks and mittee are '- Mac Baldwin
. chopped olives and choppeddill the Red Croa reported on Its Mr. Beaaley started work In Reno Recreation basketball MerrVtt Williams Bill Powell.
"" or sweet pickles to any of : more Information con- accomplishments. In Starko 1891! on the, Florida Ceneral teams will play, their Annual Mrs. Ann Godwin. Roy Bum-

1 Published Mb TfcurwUy not entered a* Second!! daas Matter mt the Poet Of flee these.If tact the Extension Home' Economics the ladles had finished 53 & Peninsular later the Seaboard games again the RJE Var- ham and Mark Jackson

"., Starke. Florida under Act vf'Msrch 3rd. 1870. desired, filling and! Office, P. O 267, garments and'12ters.. I and spent 51 jvars In :attyIIol Junior Varsity
spreads be fl'02lOltJep- Fl Mrs Morn and Mrs. Incle- railroading. He ,was atoo'ai:
may Starke. or Phone 964-
Subscription! >> In trade areai 1 year, $...OU;' 6 month. $2,25 arately in frozen food containers 6471 "flow to Curve or right hd orgaifawd a. groupto Clvto-mlnded-jnan who servedon i7:30 irtiamda-y In nlglht, Nov.. 10. ,at Adjustable Vinyl ?B okCoverm.
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Oateldo trade anal, 1 year. 4JWj& ; moth. 3.W! for later use. Sharpen Up Your Carving. knit and sew In the section the Stark city council for i AU sport..f1U1l\\ gym.i 1*>vltad to All (... 39 cents" ...

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plants to hibernate BIG (
all winter wLthout food
is like Bonding a hungry child ,-
to bed minus his supper your .
* asking for trouble. WEEK
Plants.) perhaps) won t whimper '
but they: can make you t
000 STORtS
worry almost'as much. awayward
fio to keep from having
nlgtvtmares.. be sure to feed _
your ornamentals adequately .T' ; GROCERY:: SPECIALS
so they can build up I'lrel'ath
to survive the cool weather ,
ahead. "
Many gardeners have a misconception l-or. WAKES UP FLAVOR 'a 1-lb. can.ASTOR Limit 1 Your Choice W/$5.00 order ,
about( fall and ACCENT '. 8 . .31 2t4 ,
winter fertilization of orna 14-ci. KRAFTDELUXE 'I (
mentals. They .
during these a38C _
; seasons C ffe
makes plants more likely ''to :', 2-lb.>> DIXIE DARLING 'i / O. e

get kUledi.!: the oivw<: fHswever '.' J to f 5-lb.FANCY RICE . 29"
true according! to Agricultural JIM DANDY GRITS 43tf43d bd<: e" / e i
Experiment Station horticul- 5-lb>> CABIN HOME ) ( Regular 79c 0.. 1lb. can FOLCERS Limit I Yojr Choice' W/$=:00 order _
turists. CORN MEAL. . '.. '
Ornamentals need plant t4dPEANUT _
food at least once every three 2.lb>> DEEP SOUTH 1 '
months. And It doesn't mat- : BUTTER 75tf 4d C ff 48c
ter which month you start the !8-o.. DEEP SOUTH V 0 ee I
ing cycle plant an long foot as at you regular keep add-In- GRAPE JELLY . 3 3d \ 2 . i Q /
tervals. 18-oz.' I KRAFT I45d

Year around makes fertilization when BLACKBERRY JELLY. Regular 93c: e. 48-0%. Umlt 1 your Choice W/$5.00 Order
program sense 18-oz. KRAFT I
you consider that, In Florid GRAPEJELLY 3S 4
bar some throughout, when plant the the growth year.plant Keraem-top occurs la APPLE 18-oz. KRAFT JELLY 8 3Jd 4 A S t 0 r OILMI6W I ,

dormant. usually theroot .' 20-oz. WELCH GRAPE JELLY OR 1
system Is gearing for a spring GRAPELADE . 39tf
flush of growth for the above '

food.ground parts. This takfs plant\I ALAGA 43-oz. SYRUP 79 f 1(16d Regular 99c 43-oz. WESSON! ALL VECa'ABtJllJmit 1 ,your Choice |}' '
But don't over-fertilize. W/$5.00 Order > .
HONEY GIRL SYRUP 37 f 2tt \ ._
Scattering extra amounts of < \\ (
plant food Just for good 32-oz. HELLMAN'SMAYONNAISE
measure may burn plant . 69rf49d 4 roots. Applying excessive fer 0.79C'" '
tilizer Is a waste. It Is Just a a
33 2t '
like tossing a hanlful of dimes FRENCH'S MUSTARD !
down the drain. 32-oz. DEEP SOUTH MIXED ,
or course the correct! SWEET PICKLES At J'ii ,
amount to use depends: on the .VINEGAR. I'

mula formula the, the less you'd higher use.the Slnco for-: B"iS.IL', :.EE 41 di At6t QUANTITY RIGHTS Miag.uJiaew.uISg.onmaMe-tM5 RESERVED. -PRICES GOOD THRU..r NOV. 1 1Z'r. ,

8-8-8 fertilizer formula is 26-oz. t '; .
common here are some. .rec- HUNT'S CATSUP J 47 t :2d SOUTHERN BISCUIT Y" 'a \, $0 Qkg.ARR: :
ommended rates us.natha.\ '14-or. HUNTS. D. M., STOKELY

formula.2 Every pounds:: three of 8-8-8 months fertilizerper apply r TOMATO 4 ROLL'NORTHERN CATSUP '.1 i i 27 2d FI, I ou r. r '. >. 5 fu"f'. a $9cr Fa"clal TIseOW .. 2/39c/ .

100 square feet or per 100 TISSUE . 41 2d Regular 43c 0.0 DIXIE DARLING.EXTRA LONG( GRAIN y (...b ;2.Oct.: Pk,. ARROW.
feet of row If you are applying JUMBO ROlL'SCOTTAl I C
plant food ,to a shrub border. PAPER TOWELS 3S 2d '.t.. 2 9
th. N
This Is a very small amount F an Rice. 3 a Pin s
when you consider that a 40 ct. FONDA 9" WHITE Cy .. Bag t r r r M A
pound coffee can hcds! 2 PAPER PLATES . 43d "" Regular 29c No. 2Vl..C'!: THRIFTY MAID
pounds of most commercial 100 Ct. FONDA,9" STRAINED BEECHNUT / % '.

fertlllzler material. WHITE PLATES 790i (QtAt ... 4 J 51 ..
{Many gardeners get confused 20 Lb. Bog SPARKY Babv Food ... 11I 1 0/$1/ Apricots f
by the Vast aTaC fertilizers awRlau ft
brands, and formulas CHARCOAL BRIQUETS 956 on I a A a ..a
available ," since 16 ct. TET"E'l-TENDERLEAf( y .it i' w :11': t/r; 7Me'sb .+yh[ '. "'fir ) f 41' f;
plants can't",H.owfW8'1"j'woiry" TEA BAGS . .' 23g 2<* VAN', CAMPS r tASCt.
too much if an 8- TETLEY-TENDERLEAP( 4 .. \ fie tlTans: i

rose 8-8 "lawn bushes.. special'. r: tp- ...your. i TEA BAGS . .6S : Vienna Sausage 5$1R.gular,2Sc / ''
The main'ides is to 'apply: 100-Ct .TETLEY-TENDERLEAF fAt li . ;
plant food that contains the TEA BAGS T.19 \ -. ; 303'STOKELY : .
major fertilizer elementsnitrogen No. 303'Can.. ASTOR ___ l\ 1 *# WK ORCream j!

phosphorus sr.d: potassium FRUIT COCKTAIL 275' l2tt 7 Corn 5r1/ 1
such as, a in 6-6-8 a 1 to or 1 8-8-8 to 1 ratio fertilizer. -, No. 303 Cans LIBBY-DEL MONTE ____ ''I, Style r r
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On moat Florida soils RtlIular,1Sc', .'l.. #300 cam VAN CAMPS v *,
these mixtures of 'plant food. No. 303'Can! ASTORBARTLETT
will produce::: good growth Inmost PEARS 33 2 of plants including 1iaIf
your. No. 2M'Can THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR r r r r r r r
house plants.Of HALVES PEACHES 29 jl 2tIt "
course if you (have Regular ,16c i 1-lb.; cant CALO I

special plants soils you or may have consider special No.CHERRY' 2 Can COMSTOCK PIE MIX S7tA Gat or" Dog Food ,8/$1/ 1

humoring the plants vltti a 24-or. WELCH . :

of soil fertilizer.test and"special mixtures, GRAPE JUICE . 39d35d 2
{refuse Some to buy stubborn special gardeners azalea TOMATO 46-01. STOKELY JUICE .' AtAt I Mars Can d y Bars..5: //3 9 c .j'

fertilizer. TherclAtat that the 12-or. THRIFTY MAID i "
same plant food for lawns will CORNED BEEF S3 lid '.'
make azaleas grow.'Of course
12-or. LIBBY'S -

turn the acid a bit loving yellow azaleas after getting may CORNED BEEF . 59d Bayer14oz. Asp I r r r u I 54c
a sprinkling of "common" fertilizer 314-01. ARMOUR OR LIBBY . .
but usually within a POTTED MEAT 13 1 1/Zct! ; Bottle ANTISEPTIC
feat weeks all to forgiven and (12-or. TREET< '. .. .
'the shrub returns to a happy
SPAM'ORPREM0'57 :2- v
: < N .93Regular
green' coor.'Water la almost. a*Importantas LIBBY's'r: : .r r.r '.. .
,plant. food. So If nature VIENNA 'SAUSAGE 23 J At"At 'I 2lc 1-lb. DIXIE DARLINGSasidwicii .
does not cooperate by wetting No. 1 Can BLUE BAY 'I" .
'the ground after each application PINK SALMON .. 75t. I I Bread 2/3/ $
of plant food. soak the No.300 Con THRIFTY MAID) .. r . I
ground from the city's water. y ((2rt. 15c DIXIE DARLING
supply. TOMATO SAUCE 21( Regular r. 12Pk. .
4-oz. GLENN fARMS'' /
SLICED MUSHROOMS 35i 2ct D Inn e. 1 1QC
THE RIGHT POINT for thethe No. 300 Can STOKELY ALL GREEN 1\1\ ,I 1
and way select. you roar write.' favorite Com JII-In CUT ASPARAGUS 37tf 2rt Regular .39c: r..8-Pk.: DIXIE DARLING_ PECAN'' j < ..'

TERBROOK fountain pea.' No. 303 Can DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN V !
LIMA BEANS. : 29d. At \ Cinnamon I Tw.srls'29C
Adjustable Vlai Book ,

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RADIO CITIZENS OPERATORS BAND a I I Ex.-rRA.. 1 1 ---------------.1: I i : I : : I :
i All Citizen's Band radio operators I d4L w i GREEN I! !w aaMBNuM STAMPS waMi* : LI I I !! : I !! : I I : I ( !! : !
Invited to attenda .,. I .
are tfl WITH PUMCHASC II : ) : :
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meeting to be held at the rQ O/CwACKIN'5000' 1 1olo1 J Dlftl SOUTH i A.TONCoffee lJ iK.NCN I O .CIC CND..0I
Civil Defense building at the I ds. Cookie a Block P.piier 1 rQ.. Peanut Butter : .. Creamer 1 = fry. Potatoes Beef Steak I
at 7 .- Thura- .OOD..HOV. ta a eoaD THNII ..ov.ta I '.OO..ItUNOY.I. I '_DTH""NOV.ta. I .OO..HN..Nov.la...... : OOO"TH"UNov.ta' I
(Fairgrounds p m. .. ..... ..
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meeting day.; Nov.Is 9.to Purpose organize of a oonv the .....-............................. .......................................................---...-.....................-.....--_........_.........-..........rwr:. I
jnuntetttionis club. The president 6Y4-or.> : ORACH'S f ..t. ,1A .V4 C.l. PLASTIC. *r No. 300 CarcSTOKELY AG CUT _.

iwill attend.of the .Macclenny i club t Toasted Stars -1: .' ;39c, Hood 11.33' Bleach -1. 35c Asparagus 5 . 37cPt5 I I IO

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*. BRACK'S '10 j Pt5.. .' E-Z ** vio. 300 Can STOKELY TINY J* 4

BACKACHE&TENSION I SECONDARY' 10I Raisin Clusters --'T. .. ,; )1'. 39c Liquid Starch . . I3c. green Limas . ,,8 33c

Common Kidney KIDNEY or Bladder IRRITATION Irritation 514-ox. BRACH'S CHOCOLATE COVERED 1 1 16-oz. (5e off) I No. 303 Can STOKEI.Y HONEY POD I : t

.feel nd. *tenae 4ay.make or and Secondarily Itchtnc many nervous men urination,from you and\ may irequviit.kurnlnc woln.a night 10'.. Bridge Mix :. t. . 39c Liquid Vanish . ',v. 40c Sweet Peas ".. . :.. : "27c.

ship. and nav. Jieadacne. Backach. ? *". PLASTIC. !
.nd $.1 older tired, deprewed. In /4-cr. BRACH CHOCOLATE COVERED if 8V4-OX. BORDENS \ Cjtj r

"Inc such: cerma cates.comfort In CYST&X acid by urine curbing uauauybring.IaxinS and quickly Irrltat. Peanut Clusters :-r-iTTV 39c Instant Potatoes t.i39c; ." Hood "33" Bleach . 2lc
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W-D BRAND USDA boating I are familiar is goer, ..."
entirely by un.-
common sense moles _
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0I a Joolc.:, -t a few
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$ listed in the .
Qib I Boating skills a. >
__ ar published by the.*,
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Boating Foundation.
W-D BRAND BEEF SHORT V-D BRAND ,,situation\ or "
for that matter,, ,,r
''' go wrong If you'll
49 .to. gauge JOur ,,.
the way you would.i
r . Jb boatmen to act- 1*

\ USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN rfD CLUB. TOP ROUND a how-off,a nau-, .
OR roder1":! Never run ,
/ 11 ,a crowded an-,..m
a float or plar- ",
$ 109 > are secured close. ?
STEAK area or fish- n

am Ib others from :the......
or pier by tying .r..
: and then BO
5 P RI I N it.so clone to an. so

I that yours mteht',uk
A u.s.- CHOICE ( .line or bump **
S ,1 the other when the._,
4 changes.
Lamb ."
land at a private' '

except. in an em- ..
.. are invited *
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: thor in a narrow"<"
C fairway when: flah-""
\_ / blocking traffic.
'. at other boat-*'
U.CHOICE LAMB or into cabins as"."""
:/ [You wouldn't peak
.' people's Gene or" *
Sirloin 1 ""
; would ?]
: -fti'1 BORDBNJ! EACLB BRAND TARNOW f-eL Pfc*>S9 LOW CALORIE NEUFCHATEL CREAM 10-02. Pkg. Ve' 1-E.: Pk,. Put It In a bag""
Cheese 29c I U.S.:. CHOICE LAMB !!\ of It ashore In a'
Bologna 59c .


Spreads 59c Franks 59c 1 I' -. "

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Bacon u>. 49c Beef Liver. 59c Sh ou Id ,

Cheese. fiQr I
r IL $149 .:.Ir
riCpilSHOT ; . | w.
'-lb. Bag SUNNYLAND. FRESH ..,

I Sausage fT. 49c Perch Fillets lb. 45c Eii'i Garage oj
; 39.'s' WORK
Biscuits 3/29c Fish Cakes
: .: = : Ommntmtd I'"'
W 064-7001
Pork Roast lb. 49c Oysters 69c :.:=..:::..t M 1 4I"..

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MORTON MEAT PIES. .5/'l.: .;;
Potatoes. 10 i: 49C ..
ALL FLAVORS (Except'3' Cou,.) ...
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MORTON PUMPKIN OR **. ? r .5 g g 49C49C Statior .;

MINCE MEAT PIES 3P1.VINE RIPE ,- Lubrication '
;. + & Batteries !Nv,,,
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2-fb Pkg PAN-RED! '
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3LAYERFARMS- CAKE . 89c fRESH Avocados, CRISP . a .0. <**JFj 5/$1/ \) t a Metal Air l Cond.Wort.. -;;

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LIBBY GREEN PEAS.$1.. Cucumbers..22910o / Ph. 964-5723.:.

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7-&I. LIBBrCorned No. 1 .:il.MM .
Vi Cam .
Beef / 39c Tuna i' ._tO-O-u-NN. O-.HfCf......_.p-Nr-1 W"1 WOIKTM,,"M"IT 4* ><{.:
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J4-a. UB8YBeef I No. 2 Can LIBBY SLICEDPineapple ..
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Sfew ." 63c 0 . 49c Tuna Fish ; _'Furniture Ce,.:.w:"c::
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1st\' -or. JIM DANDY ..4

Deviled Ham ., : 2/49c Detergent 0. . 83c. Dog,

3 Vi-os. LIBBY SALVO Ctent' 79e jumbo '
**< : l-lb Pkg. DIET : POINT f.r the

Pb.tted Meat . 13c Detergent Tablets .T.0. _*2"j Mazola ..write... farorlt Corn ES-In.

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flECTiON 2 PAGE SIX ______uu__ BRADFORD COUNTY TKUCARAPH.!: STAHKB. FLOUTO* 'l'lnmJlnn': WAV..! .. 9In ,, 1987
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f The Coeety Judae'a Court Attorney for' Co-executors. 'utHa.. 04 ancondft 13. 918.02 fet RONALD m I.KJ'1;: II. Township t South Range. 19th day. of October A, D.- follows: ,Election 28520-2001 and the and I. I... Johns, Jr..
I* And For' Bradford Count*. I IdIt 41 11/K to th end of Hulil. eurey line, Haydon Burns Btilldlna. 20 ..1..0. at a point. lift 03 feet. 1987. (C'oinmt-noa. on the south line westerly GO) foot right of WRY Subject To: Lease
......Id. Containing;, (41.1 1 15 acre more Talluhaaaee. Florida.. easterly. from ,the HW corner of (SEAL) of Section B, Townxhlp 7 I line nf State t Road. Sen- on OH Rook r"ord..e

1 In Re: Ki tat. of C. E. Boorteektr In The rlrrult Court Of The or beN BXfitialve of uxtatlligr.al I Of Counaol Tor. (Ilia Petition. said Government Lot loot Charles. A. Darby Smith Rung 20 East;; at a ,run thence 3 In favor tit lelrJe: \ oilIndilMrles 1
ChorloaB > rliplil of wny. '1''''. .aald Section ii., thence from' Clerk. Of point 1IHS.UI feet from lon 1130-210. .
also) known an MlKhlh JudiciAl. ( lrc 'H. aAnil Tile Circuit Court, In Wvsterly minutes. 21 .. .. Inc.
Boedeoker. Deoeiipetl... for" Uredtora t'ounty.Klnrldn. ; Owned )By: A. F. MoDuvld 10/20 4t 11/16 a tangent bearingof N, 67 And For Bradford County the HI3 corner. of mild Bectlon 0 on.l.1"lr..o.. 10 feet run thence. NEe'I'loN: usa2e-.2loi S'rA'VE
FINAL NOT1CH and Mildred McDavld, hlawife. degreen 26 mlnutea 28 aooonda Florida .run thence N IA d..re.. 46 mlnutea southeasterly 5 feet more' or] )tOAl) 0-EtI "H""OIl'
Notice la Hereby Ulvcn that LAw ?.o.afATU. In The Circuit Court Of Theidialitk W. oontlnua northweatarlyalong Hyr Petals), M Moody 21 seconds B. U18.e feet loss to the waaterly 60 foot c'oc' 'rY
the underlined. on the first ", :] ROAD DEPARTMENT Subject To: Unrecorded Option Judicial Circuit, la said curve. through an Deputy Clerk to the Point of Be..lnnln/ of right of way line of said slit>. NO. DR.UAOI
flay of September. 1987. filed. a OF FIXMtlDA. to purchase held by Continental And For" Bradford Coo. >. angle of 05 degrees II minUtes '1'. A. YAWN County Attorney. said. survey line, State Road. Section 28620-2110 B A OHM KMTLateral 10.1
final In the Hstatef of Florida, Oil Co.Ml Florida.LAW. 41 seconds a distance of 268.07 Bradford. County CourthouseBtarko S. IS degrees 4H minutes SI seconds -
accounting AN".''''-y of the State 2Mmio-anot TATH at a point 10 feet southerly Ditch Loft Of Station -
:( 'rIOl : NO.STATId. feet to the and of said cu..ve.r..n ,
C. R. Boedecker, also known Florida and W. feet tOo the
and 41.88 from the Point Beginning,
29.90 .. Charlea. K. Hoedocker. deceased IHtAUFORn COUNTY. a Political htitAl> 3135 IIKAItKUUU o.u"-j jTV ROAD D11PARTMHN'r : thence N. 72 degrees 48mlnutea RONALD 13. LRW south line B, Townahlp run thence 10 feet. northerly 192 .-/- of
r. notice I In, furtherItlven State i)9shllPi'IOI4: : OF1 FIAMUKA. enAIf..y OU at-conda W. 376.57 Burns t South, Range 20 EastNorth part :
and of the Haydon Building
Siihillvlalou along maId waaterly ,,O foot
i that after publication. ; of of KlurlilH. .Petitioner \ "lint' ,.. l>o. IMM Pit..I No.HOHHOW 1 Left PITBorrow Of and. uf the Slate of Florida feet to the end of said aurveyline Tallahassee. FloridaOf ( line of Seton 8.Town.hlp right of way line to .a! point Township MM of /Hfl'A:7 South of Hangs Section 20ISast. 0,
t rhle notice once each week for cLAY 1oI.: :CTRIP. COOPRRATIVI2 !': Counsel For The Petitionire. T .th. 20 of beginningALSO:
four. oonaeoutlve weeka, application INC.. ..t a\. Defend- StatIon 1101- U0.09 HHADFOnD COUNTY, a Political I- Containing 7.163 acres more blast) at a point 1648.61 feet A parcel of the .parent. tract. .
I will be mail to the Thut part of: Hubdlvlalon. of the Stateof or lens exclusive. of existing. 10/26 4t 11/10 westerly from the NX) corner deaorlbed aa follows: T.ylnl ..southerly of and
Honorable Th.ron A. Yawn Su'.Cl.MONS: : TO SHOW CAUSE SW 14 of NI814 Section 9. Florida., p..tltlon..r., v. road. right of w"y. of said. Section, 8. continue Begin at the Intersection of 80 feet of a lateraldItch
of BradfordCounty. Towiiahlp 7 Mouth. HunHe 2 IIKaat SAMIIKL.: DORMAN et at., Defendant Owned By: Samuel Dirman thence S. 16 A'tairaea 46- minu- survey line, said survey
Judge .
founty ANDNOTIPI3 of
p described followa: I **. and Rather: Iiorman and his la The. Clrmlt Court Of The] we.trly CO foot right
an line described fol
Florida' for. the approval OP" HBARINO!' line Eighth. Judlvlnl. Clreult. In I tea 21 aeconda W, 1470.S4 faet way State Road S-2.11. being a
Commence on the Mouth SUMMONS TO SHOW wife: lows
1 of paid accounting and forfhe Notice. Of Kmlnent: Domain of Suction 8, Township 7 ANDNOTICE Samuel; Jackobaon and Betty ANd> Per Urmlfotd fuuaFlorida. .,.. to the be..lnnla/ of a curve Section 28620-1601' and the :
final dlacharnre. of the concave a Commence the south
undersigned of on
I (0 right
Proceeding: N h.vlnl eaaterly way
Smith Mange 20 Rant at a OF. HEARING Jaokobaon his wife.Iubj..ct 'oo
a.* Administratrix of In The Name. And By The Law Ne.STATIC. radius of line. of Road line of Section. 6, Township 7
na9.AO feet eaatePlyfrom Notice Of Eminent IjoinainPre.'ei'd / To recordedIn
tate.Clara. of point : Option thence along 20 East:
mid Bangs
Of The State South at a
I C. OamtA Authority. the. SW corner of .Bald ., I na;: OK' Book 51 at Page 236 : ROAD DEPARTMENT auld curve.southwesterly through a totalcentral Seotlon 28C20.-2RO run thenoe. point feet westerly
Administratrix of the Ratalsof Florida AM, WHOM IT MAY Section 8, .run thence N. 01 dogreec In the Name And By The In favor of KerrMcGeeCorporation OP FLOKIDA .an angle of 17 degrees. 87 N. 84 degrees. 28 mInutes 21 from the. 148.8 corner. of said
:I TO the of Florida .
of State seconds K. thencenorthwesterly
84 aecond Agency IK run
C6 mInutes Authority Of The State: Of Formerly Known
C. K. Boedeokrr. ano] known CONCERN and to all pereoneand minutes a distance of 1174.44feet f..1 /SectIon: 5. ,run thence N. 16degrees
I I W. 42.1.94: feet .run thnnce N. Florida. aa Kerr-Mcdae OU Industries, and BHADI}<'ORD COUNTY ft. more' or
to the .
havIna end of salt
Ha Charles 13. Boedecker. dot parties claiming or \ curve, 48 minutes SI
I 21 Tne.HMD.. a Political Subdivision of ... to the easterly RO foot .and.
ceased.. ; any right title, intOreNt.cetate I 0 degrees 24 mlnutea aeoond TO A\At WHOM IT MAY run thence 5. 84 ..., 23 K. 2916.10 feet to the Point of
the State of Florida, Petition- delr. line said State
thennv No. right of
13. 73.1.00 feet, run 111.1 111.9ItIosl'i' way
CO.VCKH.V: and to all minutes Bl seconds .
other Hento o of said
a 11/2 4t JIUI. mortgage, or N. 1 degree 02 minutes 09 mtc- peraona onWAY era.. v. A. F." MoDAVID. et ai., 151.70 Section 28620-250. Beginning ditch aurveyline
and purtlea ,clalmlna or hav- feet the beginning Ioad. thenco. S. 74
those certain run degrees
or on undo. W. 12U.55 feet run thenceN. Lateral Ditch Left Of Station Defendants.SUMMONS to point 15 feet. northerly
I. Tkr CO.-.I.e.;; :; .'* CourtOf of land hereinafter _crlhed.an.1 ., 88 degree.. 62 minUtes II tug any right title intereeteatate. 850 -I15.00 TO RllOW CAUSE curve concave to the BB3 having from the. Point of Beginningrun 28 minutes 5 seconds W.
C the. followingpersons, together mortgage or other liento a radius of 1909.88 feet 178.00 feet. thence 3 59
nrnafora Ioan': ". Florida. .. the Point AND thence. southerly 15 feet.
ae.cond K 71 feet to That part oflQDv..rnmont : .
certain .
those thence
or on parcelaef run
with all unknown per- southwesterly degrees 26 minutes 51 second
!. Probate. !No Pit NOTICE OK HEARING ofway
of beginning of Borrow Lot 3, Section along said CO foot right
I IN RE: Estate. of CARL None claiming hy. through or No. 1 I. run thence N. 1 deg-rea. land hereinafter deecrlb.d.and 80 Township 6 South Range Notice. Of Eminent Domain along said curve through a total line to said point of beginning W 100 feet run thence S. 69
under known who> aredeat the following persons. together central of S3 degreea degrees 89 minutes. 61 ee4 on'la
persona a..le
JOHNS.: Deceased.rOTKB 07 mlnutea 09 aoconda W. 8UU 80 East Lying (1)I left of .and Proceeding: jM COI:
with all unknown 59 dIstance of .
t or who are not knownto peraona a W. 100 feet run thence N. HI
TO CREDITORS run. thence N. 88 d grreea within 85 feet. and (2) In The Name And By The "'ha napt n' -
feet rightof -
claiming. by through orunder 1132.78 feet to the end of said mlnutea
he dead alive d..r.ao -.oundl
or :
I All creditor. of the of Of The State Of t'Iract
Jo: 75 Authority describ
estate 51 aeconda
52 minute and within 80 feet of a
known who and end ; .
Continental Oil Companyeo peraona are curve of aald aurvey 'Th.rj W. 171.70 feat to the end of
Carl Johns .
deceased are feet. run thence N. 1 degree lateral ditch survey line said Florida.TO
: dead or who knownto line, ALSO
are not : .0 line.
said lateral ditch
; J. J Dorganno
hereny notified and I aeoonda W. 209 ALL: WHOM\ IT MAY
07 mlnutea 09 dItch survey line being daBcrlbed ; (1) of and
Rockefeller. PlazaNew I be dead or alive: A parcel of the parent tract r-vlng southerly 0121 acres moreor
file any claims or demanda feet, run thence N. 88 degreea, a. follows: CONCERN and to all partIes within 50 feet of con.truoton Cont.lnln.
:SECTIXJN! 28640-2601 STATE aa a
New York above of
,t which they may hava. against York 8T \TEIKtAlt 52 mlnutea, 51 aeconda K. 400 ROAD 8-231 Bradford County Commence on the north line claiming. or having any right, de.crlb centerline and ((2)) north- 1.1. v. exl.tnlt
I aid eatate. In the office of UCT1ON feet run thence S. 1 degree. Name AdilreaaoaKurrMcUee of Section. 30. Township 6 title interest .estate mortgage Lying Northerly of mnel of amid eonatructian road right of way.
And cen-
iCI.1: htiIli"ihhl> COUNTY Owned A. F. McDavid
the County Judge. of Bradford 07 mlnutna 09 seconds E. 600feet. Knnge 20 Ea.t..t.a point or ohllr lien to or on those within 60 feet ot a survey line terllne an to the easterly. 60 By:
t County Florida. In the Courthouse I IFhtlP'IhO'oShthihil': ., run thence a. 88 degree. Qoorue H. Corporationo Cobu V. F. 110.02 I feet. easterly from the certain parcels of land. hereinafter being described ,IMS follows: foot right at Starke Florida. OK WVKIIII 476 described .and following Commence the north line. wife.
52 mlnutna. 51 aevondH W. Kerr-McMluu: NW corner. of Government Lot the o Road Section 28620-260 .
I within six caUndar. months I NO. ".3.1 feet. to the Point of Beginning; Oklahoma nulldlnir Oklahoma 3 In auld "Section, 30, said point persons, together with of Suction 8. Townahlp T said construction centerlinbeing Subject Tot Unrecorded O-
from the date of the flrat That part of: of Borrow pit No. 1, ALSO: City. being on the arc of.. curve all unknown, persons claiming South. Range 20 East! (South described ton t purchase held by
I S'V'4 of NW'4 of Section KU :No. 104,1 1 103.1 line of Hoo'.'on C, Townahlp 7 aa folow.: Oil Co.
publication of thIs notion. A parcel of the. above doacrlbod coiuave to the SW having a by through. or under known Commence the line
t bach claim or. demand must IT, Township 7 South Bans' parent. tract fur. Borrow ........101.3 onn.H"'TIO 111.1. radliia of 2S64.7& feet thence persons who. are' dead, or who South Range 20 Eaat) at a of S on 8, Township 7 PLEASE TAKE! NOTICE}
!511!. 1caot.i..i.n -
be In writing and moot statethe Pit Haul !Road ': from a tangent bearing of S. are not known to be dead or point 1S4K.U feet weetarly South cto 20 East South that a Declaration of Taking i iha
%" TATK] (
e ; wcat. of and within and 241liJ-Sshit alive from the SIS corner of said .. b In the I
place or residence and Lying! northerly of ito \I. 67 degrees 26 minute. 28 aeo : line of Section 5 7 5 e n fled
H-M1 IIHUI"OltUOl Township
j PORt office address. of the 60 feet of the .survey line within 40 fuel of a haul road' onda 13. run southeasterlyalong Continental. Oil Company Section 5. run thunce N. 16 degrees above styled by the
6 ; South Range 20 East) at
'rv a
Ii.MCIIIP'IIONSmiii :" !
t : must be' 'worn of Slate Rond H-235. Section curve)' line described aa follows said. curve through an c/o J. J. Dorgan 48 mlnutea 21 aecondaM point 1648.61 feet westerlyfrom Petitioners. the acquiringauthority I
"Ii'y.ntth..anc1.1' "'
to : .hl. agent 2SOUO-2501 .,,101 Hiirvey. line : fl ,A VThat.No. IO-I.1 11IHIIT OF angle of 14 degrees. 86 mln- 30 Rockefeller. Plnsa 50 feet to the. Point of beginning .- the NE> of saId of these proceedings, I
or his attorney. or It will become being daacrlbeil& an follown: Begin at the H\V corner of utua 19 seconds a dlatance of New York New York of said. survey line Section run orne. .. S. K dearroca for the taking. of the property I
I void a"cordln" to law. ilealn on the north line of Borrow Pit No 1. an dtiNcrllied) part of: 73017 feet to the Point of Beginning Kerr-Mcdue Corporation run thence S 16 degrees-. 48 I. minutes aeconda> described. In the. Petition
/lil SANDRA J. ; Sc'ctiun 17. Townehlp 7, /8outh: ileitreca ((1)) SVV'x of Section 29. '. minutes. 21 seconds W. CO feet 2 for the therein 'sm-
PUIUC13S; above, run thencu S 88 of Formerly known aa K*rr-Mo' \V. 844.14 purpose
feet to Point of
IH/ CARL I* JOHN8 Han.... 20 E..t.t n l point E3 minutes 51 second Tuwnahlp, 6 South, Range:' 20Uant vey line run lat..fdltch'1, -1 I I Quo> 'Oil Industries, Inc. to the south line. of Section. B, Beginning of said construction scribed, to wit, as right o-
I Co-EJxeoutors of the Eutate of lajud feet easterly. from the W 71 toot to the end of mild. A.ND (U:1110/: 0tllio "I greea 05 minutes 3G.aecondaW 0/0 Uanrge II Cobi| b, Vice-. Townahlp 7 South Range 20 line, said way borrow pit0d' drainage
Carl Johns*, deceased XW corner of sold. "Hectlon 17 haul .roail, .UI'V")' line Lot I and all of Lot 12 In no feet to ti'. end of !President Kerr-Mi-Oee. Building East (N. line or See. 8. T. 7 S., the aurvey I of point being easement ror. portion of
Kt'OENUJ F. SHAW run thence S. Ol tleKreen 56 Containing 5.154 acres more Suction: 30. Township 8 South lateral ditch aurvey line. Oklahoma, U" \ OkalhoHKCTIOV H. 20 K.' ) at a point 164ft.ei beginning a curve concave State. Road S-2J1 In Bradford
122 South Walnut Street. mlnutoa 34 ueconda K.) lUIiQ.&S, I or I...... exelu.lve of existingroad Range 20) East: AND Containing 0.104 acres moreor m... feet. wealerly from the NK of to I2&.18 the SE feet having a radius -I County Florida, and tht

Ktarke. Florida.THE .. feet tu the bt'Klnnmg', of a I right of way. SW % of 8W(4( hro4fe\ Of less, exclusive of exlatlng : 2H.12O-24M.1: STArS corner of .1. Section 8, continue southwesterly. .along run said thence Petitioners I will I apply for an r
SWVt loss the
curve concave. to the naatvrly Owned By: A. F. McDavld road right of way ALSO Boil) n-XII ,. 16 degrees' 46 order of Taking, and Much
having radlua of 11,459.10 him W'j of NW14\ and BE' of minutes. 21 ...col'd.. W. 1470.94feet a total central .nll. other Order the Cou't
RIGHT POINT for the and Mildred McDavld wife. Lateral Ditch Right Of Sta- COI' TYKI ( ; of i1 us
Sw4Lying IlIt.01"0"1 w
feet run thence southeasterly Subject! To: Unrecorded, Option lion aco -/- 15.00 ). NO 11.1RIHIT ) to the bellnnln" of a seconds delree... 8.. of deems proper before the Honorable
west of State Road '
way you write. Come in along. Maid curve through a held Continental OP curve concave having 2379
to purchase by That of WAY .
part cLots feet Uao. I Fatten one of
ill and being 1 In Suction 32, to the end of maid ,
and select. favorite ES- total central angle of 0 dogreeN oil Company.PLEASE II part of a radius of 3d feet
;your Townahlp 6 /South: Range 10Bast and S, Section 34 ; 1.7J and the and of said construction the .ud..e. of the Circuit
07 mlnuteH, 30 mcondeu thence
TERBROOK TAKE NOTICEthat : Township 6 /South: Range 20 (1) Al that part of the southwesterly centerline.Containing Court Eighth Judicial ,
fountain ,
pen. dlHtance of 1225.00 feet to .u .Declaration of Taking Gait NEU SW(4( ot Section .. .along* sold curve. through a Circuit, In and for Bradford ,
I TELEGRAPH. the end o-f aald curve, run ham buen flied In the .above, Lying each side of ami Lying ((1) right of and within Townahlp 7 South Range 20EaBt total central angle. of 17 degreea 11.034 acres County Florida on the 17th
thence H. 08 degTBRa 04 mln- within 60 feet of the survey 37 mlnutea distance. of mora or less, exi lusive of existing -
atyled eauae by the lying west of existing .
line of 231 35 feet and (3)) I left of and day of November A. D 1967
Road Section
the acquiring authority of State. Road of 1174.44 to the end at said ; rod .right of way.Owned .
J era 18040-8801 saId line within 3O feet of a lateral right way running t..t at 10:00: o'clock A. M.. In the
survey curve thence R. 14 degrees By: A. Tf. McDuvId
these proceedings for the ditch survey Una said. ditch from rok.. to New Bradford Courthouse
I being deerrlbe l a. follow.: 23 mlnutea 21 and Mildred McT>avld him wIfe County
secOnds ,
taking of the property dasirlhml being described .a.Conllnenne' River less one acre square in at tttarke. Florida. All
GET Begin on 'the. mouth, line of :: ::1I" W. 163H.70 feet to the beginning Subject To: Unreoorded Op partiesto
CASH In the I'etltlon for the Section I : the SE corner. ; and NVi o-r the suit and all i partIes interested -
I .purposes. therein described. 32 Township :South" NE\4..d\ HWtt of -NEV4 of of a rurve concave to tion to purchase held by Continental .
Range 20 East. .t.a .point on the north line may appear and be
the 591 having a radius of Oil Co.
to wit. as right of way far a Section 8 Townahlp 7
M28.10 feet from the of Hectlon 30 T. 6 s. R. 20 moo) South heard at the time> and place
portion. of State' Road 2H5. In Range 20 East AND 1901)) 85 feet run thence mouth.westerly MKITIOV) JUUMO-IMOI "'r"TF
SW corner. of said Section at a point 119.02 feet designated.
IMMEDIATELY 82 easterly along said I
bradford County, Florida, and' curve IUIA.:1 UU..ole.
that the petitioners: will l apply run thence N. 28 degrees 46; from the NW corner of Government ((8) Commence at SW cor. ofBW'4 an angle of 11 de- :ItKMCRIPTIOVM' You and each of you are
for .an Order. of Taking, minutes 311 seconds W. 564.50 Lot 3 In said. "Section' of Nfl'A!': of Section 8Township thrfH&i minutes. 02 Seconds a 1.ln. "0. 101.1, IIM.a RIGHT hereby. commanded to appearby
and such other Order. a. the feet to the beginning of a itO. Hald point being on the 7 South, flange 20 distance of 3H4.4H feet. to I'olntof OF WAV filing an Answer to the Petition .-
to the N iii l hav arc of a curve aoncave to the East for a point of beginningand .
Court deema proper. before curve concave Beginning of Bald survey That part of: I heretofore filed in this
) the Honorable OHO. I.. Patton inga, radIum. of 20 3.48 feet. HW having a radius of 2864.79 thence run W. to the line, run thence S, 87 degrees :! of and cause In the entitled Court on
I run thence northwesterlyalong feet, thence 'rom.it tangent Eastern boundary, of County Wt..f 11:1 NE' or before November..
.. one o-f the Judgea of the Circuit 57 mlnutxa 00 seconds' W. .. of E 77% 1967
.. $25 TO $600 I II Court of the Eighth Judicial said curve through a bearing of S. 67 degrees 28 road known. as, Brooker-Scout 200.00 l feet to the end. of aBld.urv..y I of NIC'/i Section 5, Township to .how what right, title., Interest -
central minutes 28 Hole Road I thence, run north-
total of 27 degreea K.
I Circuit In and for Br.d.ford angle .unaoutbea.terlY Una ALSO: 7 South Range 20 Kant. or Huns you. or any of n
42 minutes dlatance of said Iy along said easterly boundary
a along have In
Florida you and to the property
County, on the A parcel of land Lying of withIn
through angle of 14 of said road' to point dividing being westerly -
1007.27 feet to the end of said curve an described In said Petition
17 day of November A. D. 1887 bounded 60 feet of the
the line
on east by the survey
curve, run N. 01 degrees 03 degrees 86 minute. 19 aeoonda the 8re:' ot NW',4 and and chew why the
at 10:00 o'clock M. In the of cause same
: A. west 60 foot State H-J31.
DO YOU HAVE. Bradford. Courthouse minutes 89 seconds W. *8684.1 a, dIstance of 730.27 feet 8VV4 of NHV4 of Section 8. right of way line< R. Section should not be taken for the
County of State 28620-2801. said linebeing
at Starke Florida. All partiesto feet to the beginning ot ,a to the Point of Beginning of Township 7 /South.: Range 20 bounded Road 8-231. and described. survey uses and purposes. set forth laI
the follows
the. *HW having lateral ditch line East thence run on said division on south by the aa : the
and curve concave to survey run I I Petition filed herein. tr
I -Too many payments to make i iJ the suit all parties Interested a radius of 1864.71)) feet. thence N. 72 degreea 05 mlnutea line to point of beginning north 60 foot right of way line Begin on the aouth line of'
may appear and beheard of State Road r my Hand and the
run thence northwesterlyalong 35 seconds B. 400 feet to EXCEP that portion of 18, and boundedon Section 6, T. 7 S., R. 20 pl.t ata
a the time and place the NW by the arc of a Seal of this Court on this 19th t
point 1548 el
said curve through an the end. of lateral ditch survey NKV4! o-f Section feet westerly
J. -Too many bills to pay? I designated.You angle of 20 degreea, HI minutes line. Township 7 South, Range a8 ii curve concave. to the NW hav from the H! corner. of ...1,1 day nf October, .A D. 1967.
and each of you are. 28 seconds a distance of Containing 0.486 sores' moreor East which lien west, of lug a radius pf 2110 feet, said B..lo. n, .run thence N. 16 (/EA L) j
hereby commanded' to appearby 10I7.BO ft. to the north line of .lass, exclusive of existing Brooker-Scout Hole Road, curve being tangent to the 46* mlnutea. 81 aecon.la Charlea A. Darby.
; DO YOU NEED filing an Answer to the Suu. 32 T. 6 H., K. 20 K., at .a road right' of way. II AND north RO foot right of way R. 4110.68 feet to the. beginning Clerk Of The Circuit Court, In I
Petition heretofore. filed in point. 1168.25 ft. easterly fromthe owned, By: Samuel Dorman <(3) NE'4 of RWU of Section line of. state Road. No 1* at of a curve cn"av. to And0" Bradford County
thiN cause. in the entitled NW cor. of said Seo. 82 and Km: her Dorman his wife, 8, Township 7 Mouth Range 29 the went end of "Rid l curve the MVV having a of Florida.
Court on cr. before" Nov. la and tangent to the NW 60 foot 180!).86 feet thence Hy Beulah M. I
(south line of Section. IV, Samuel Javkobaon and Betty East. (NW of the present run northeasterly Moody Deputy
EXTRA CASH NOW? 11107. to show what right title, Township a South Range 20 Jakobsofl hi. wife, Brouker-New RIver Road) and right Road of way line of State. north and northwesterly tilerk.

Interest. or lien you or .any of East) at a point 1161.26* feet Subject Tot, Option recorded. (4) of SK14 of Section /-231.. Suction 28C20-2AOI* along said curve throughan T A. YAWN. County Attorney
you have. In and to the property eaaterly. from the SW corner In OR book ol at page 836 5 Township NKW 7 South, Rang 20) at the end of said angle of 24 d..r.. 68 minutes Bradford County. Courthouse

fJ J LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR described In said Petition, o-t said. Section 19,' thence In favor of Kvrr-McUee Kant: (north. and West of curve. ALSO. : 06 seuonds a distance. of Stark Florida and
I and show cause why the sam I from a tangent bearing of N. Corporation Formerly known Brooker-New River Road), A parcel. of land In the parent 832.tit feat to the end of aulU RONALD I']. iJcB

; should not be taken for the 21 degrees i5 mInutes 08.. ....- aa JCerr-McQee",OilInduatrlna, Lylnir each side of and tract being described by survey line Haydon, Hums Building;
MONEY UHPS purpose set forth In I onda W. run northw.aterly Inc. within 60 feet of the survey metes and bounds aa follows: ('Intalnlnl 0.34 acres more Tallahassee, Florida I
f the Petition filed. herein. I .along ...11I curve through an Mill' ) NO. eoo.l line of State. Road S-231. Said Begin at the Intersection. of or "llIllv., of Of Counsel for The Petition-
Witness my Hand and the angle of 20 degrees 53 minutes Iioitluiw PIT survey line being the easterly.. 80 foot .right of road right o-t way. eXI.II.// era. \
: We Are Trained To Heal. of ot this Court on this 19ihily 31 second)! u distance. of liurrow Pit No. I And ''Haul d.acrlb..t as;, way line of State. Road s-2.11. Owned By: Agnes M. 10/28 4t I
Help Oct.
A. D. HOT. .
1001.94 feat to the end. of said Road Right Of Station 328 -10'1.14 1/1

(MEAL) curve .run thence N. 42 degreea :: i : : : ::r'2 .: -_- ': j t rgsg {:
Charles A. Darby 18 minutes 39 seconds That part of: J
Town Clerk Of The Circuit Court. Tn W, 1062.68 feet to the west Silo of SH of GovernmentLot .
Finance Co. And For Bradford. County line of Section 29. Township 6 1 Section 30.': Township

I I Florida.By South Hang 20 East: (east 8 tooth Range 20 East and
Beulah M. Moody Deputy line of Section 80, TownshIp 6 SWtt\ of 'NW'* of Section 29. BUSINESS DIRECTORY'Office
228 N. Temple Ph. 964-7449 ClerkT. /Soutn: Itange 20 East) at a Township 6 South Range 10 j
A. YAWN County Attorney point 1835. l feet northerly East described as follows: ARE
I Bradford. County Courthouse from the tiE corner of auld Commence on the east line
Starke'! Florida andUWe're Section 80, run thence N. 42 of Government Lot I. Section
deirr.fs. 18 minutes. 39 senonda 80. TownahiD 8 South. Ranare AUTO SALVAGE
W. 8813.83 feetto- the 20" East at a point $3J4J.17 test LADIES WEAR Equipment

beginning. of a curve concave northerly from the /SE: come .
ti> the H\V having a radius of I of .said Section 30, run thence ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC .
18U4.19) feet, run thenoa northweaterly N. 87 degrees 45 minutes 31miconila BRASINGTONCAD1LLAOOfflSiIflfl
along. said. curve, K.: 20 feet to the Cherry'sGainesville'
though an angle 23 degrees, Point of Beginning of BorrowPit ,Hancock Office

07 mlnutea, 48 seconds a distance No.1. run theiicn N. 2 da.green Most P'aslslonableAddress )
warm in winter. of 1256.51 feet to the 00 minutes, 09 seconds
north line. of Oovetnment Lot.I W. 149.62 feet ,run thence. N. Inc. For Ladle Equipment8mtrn"Au

3 In Section SO, Township 8'' 87 dogreea 59 minutes. 61 seconds flRESSEs.qTrIsco'rMATERNITY

South Itnnuo 20 Eu.t (aouth K. 700 feet run thence SALES SERVICE Motor Repair CoOf /. WEAR
line of Ouveriimeut Lot 10 In S. 2 degrees 00 minutes 09 I
cool in summer"vrntorts Suction It), TownshIp 8 South. seconds 12 400 feet run thonoe Fine Selection uf heed CaN ACCESSORIES orO

Rang 20 "Uaat: ) at a> point S. 34 degroAa, 51 minutes II Taken Cadlllao Trades Oaoelle loaReplrngRewdlg 7 W. University. Gainesville '
119 02 feet eaaterly. from the seconds W. 125 feet run' O DealerCVcll
SW corner of said Government thence S. 11 degrees 01 minutes 8001 N.W. ISth. Itt. 4141
f/ame/ess electric Ravarao-Cycl air conditioningElectric Lot 10 of ..aldI..ctlcn/: 51 seconds W. 103.08 feet : MEN WEAR
Iwu in one 19 thence. from a tangent run thence S 87 dugreea 69
.". '. bearing. of N. 67 degrees. .is minutes 61 seconds W. 600 PHONE 378-0301 New and V.ee I STAG
minute 28 seconds W. continue feet, run thenca N. 2 degrees 'N DRAG Adding Machines, Calculators) >
northwesterly along 00 minutes Oil seconds. W WORK GUARANTEED
amid curve through an angle 450.3 feet to the Point of Beginning Flonhelm Shoes. SALES-SERVICffi-RmfTALa I
ot 05 degrees 21\ minutes 41 of Barrow Pit No 1, CRANEWIJCOLNMERCURY Phono S
.ecol1 fuut to the end of said curve Pit No. 1 Ladle Sport Wear yen* |

run thence. N. 72 degrees 48 A parcel of the above deacrlbed 'a Arrow Dresa
minutes 09 seconds. W. 876.57 parent tract for Borrow Shirt requirement with as l f
i feet the end of Pit Haul. Road ,
to said survey Authorized
Sale Farm
Service and
line.ALSO Lying: each side of and ,I Industrial 13 W. University. Gainesville 828 N. Mala St. ,
: within 20 feet of a haul. road Gal
That part oft survey' line said survey Unabeing 606 E. Unlver-lt)*, OaJneavllIe Equipment MOBILE HOMES Phone 879-8051 I

Silo of 84: of Government. described aa follows:
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NOV. t, 198'

Highly Touted I Win Fourth Game, Snap SkidTornadoes

B-Squad Closes

Grid Season"One I

of the finest groups ; I Explode

Junior varsity Iboys we've
since I've been here," '

Chuck Mason said of tita '
& '
dens 'after they ended ]
" season last Thursday with ryt In Fernandina Beach Raid

see la both, ends of a ?

/1 header.
The JV footballers had
luck In several games, By Dave Itouser end once again at (-3. anl;

) them: in the final seconds snapped a three game losing
they proved they could E 1 1'' .'' '' Trailing Fernandina Beach 20-21 Friday night stia streak for Coach David Hur-

football when they ;beat pow :! e>f w { with scarcely 10 minutes to play, the "walking I I se's Injury riddled varsity.

ful Gainesville High wounded" Bradford High gridders decided they just r 5110, Fernandina Beach nowt
3-4-1 record.Friday .
:14-O In an early season! weren't hurt all that bad. So they turned the operat- t a night the cornetjock-

They played GHS to in a- <;, ing tables, cutting us an anesthetized Pirate eleven minded Big Red will face a
first half last Thursday
for 19 points in seven-and-one-half minutes to ex- tough test as they meet! Lake
final but the
Hurricanes game) scored three : tract their fourth- and biggestwin of the season City's terrible Tigers who
.I come to town in quest of
in the second half for a '
will Benjle Moxley: picked 3921.It was head surgeon Billy Belote, aided by staff their ninth. straight win

a CHS fumble In the assistants J. Roy Chasteen and Ronnie Griggs, who Statistics

period and 'ran 20 yards teamed up with a strong sophomore laden forewallto BUS FER

the first score of the the emergencyand somewhat miracu First downs 18 10
The ninth grade team ; perform Yds. Gained 403 268
to lousfourth quarter operation.With I 16t
Lake ButlerV B-aquad .. Rushing! 169
O-O tie until 1:50 In the only 10:19: left In the -, Passing! 239 104

period when Lake game, Chasteen capped a 73-' and with 8:35: left
kicked a 15-yard! field goal I yard BHS drive as he took a period. Bradford went ahead clair mlrrow the emotion. of Bradford fans as their Passes Inter, by 2 0

go ahead 30. pitchout from, Belote and slipped for the first time 2014. football team broke. a three game Inning streak and Fumbles lost by 1 1
Fighting for a victory \ Into the end zone from The lead was port lived Fernundtna Punts 2-30( 3-50(
less than two minutes to ,three yards out, pushing the though, as the Pirates marched exploded for 89 points against Yds. Penalized 70 .30

In the game the t4 t the Tornadoes In fro.it: 2621. S3 yards in ten plays to Hugh Stephens, Ralph Morgan the Pirates for 30 33. and 59 Score by quarters\ :
threw the long bomb and Fernandina ihad barely setup score on the next series jwtth and Tommy Bluckshear. yards. BHS- 677 19-39 t "

It:' Intercepted. shop on Its own 40 following Godwin carrying over from and' freshman Danny Jackson. Belote shared "back' of the Per. 14 0 7 0-SI t

Lake Butler scored with the score' when a fierce the two. Quarterback Terry were ,praised !by coaches for week" honors with Gainesville Scoring Summary:
13 seconds left !In the Tornado bits on quarterbackSteve Rowe passed to end Bill Taylor aggressive line High's Eddie MaoAahan. and.
their tough
w ,
to win by 10-0. i Solomon forced an errant -1 for the extra point, and Oliver Ross of Gainesville Lin- BHS-1] Chasten. 4 yd run;
whlch' was alertly In the hole again. play. 21] Griggs. 30 yd. pass from
:' "We were In both games pass BHS was The Gainesville Sun sports coln. Belote netted! 239 yards
\4 the way," Coach' :Mason picked off by sophomore line 2021. staff took note of the fine passing on 12 of 22 attempts.He Belote: 31] Ortega. 69 >d. pass
! Ills l B-squad 'boy' have man Hugh Stevens to give Then came the emergency of a host of passed for three TD's from Belote; 4] Chasteen 3

veloped nicely this season Bradford the ball on the PI- fourth quarter operation Tornadoes performances- giving the area against the Pirates and scored yd. run: 51] Griggs. 33 yd pass
Linemen Tough from Belote, and 6] Belote 1
rate 33.Belote Soph
. the coach added. "lineman of ,the week' awardto another.
then tossed a third- The inexperienced, sopho- yd. sneak,
Mason said the varsity Andy Mayton [who has recorded Chasteen rated runner-up
have many bright and-long-yardia. bomb to' 'more laden BHS defense sty- 87 tackles and assists honors among area backs, Fernandina! Godwin 79!)
Orlggs tor! 35 yards and a mied the Pirates moot: of the I
next year and the boys to date], and 'honorable men- based on his 131 yard rushing yd. pass from Solomon: 21
s look forward to winning i score to move the Inspired Big second half allowing Fernnn- tion .to Ronnie Qrlggs who -two touchdown effort. I Godwin, 14 yd. run, and 31]

state Class A etafo. : d Red out In front 3321. dlna ,to cross midfield only caught five pasties for 172 Friday nlaiht's\ victory gives I Godwin 3 yd. run.
hip two years from now. 1+' The perplexed Pirates book three times. SOpha Bill Buby. yards and three TDs against Bradford High a winning rec-
Half dozen of the the kickoff and started oncoA..a.fn
their own 40( '- with
ders had been moved up to e the on: desperation (massing ,.. .. ., 200 pound senior Is also] a
varsity this year after the ......... --. same
'I" attack. This ,time Belote pick- "1 tough football player and one
of injuries on thebIg' ed off a Solomon aerial and '. i of five Tigers who plays both
former B teamers Grlggs' sure hand get ready to J"e't'lve'one of the five pames he raced 19 yards to the Pirate offense and defense. Tight

Jackson, Hugh Fernandlne for 172 yards. The Tornado Junior caught three TD 21. Chasteen scampered for 13 '' :" : end Oleberg is another.'!
David Nail, Tommy yards in three carries. Ortega I The Tornadoes: plan to start
shear, and Tim Murphy h yarder and "' with ends Donnle
hauled In. a seven defensively
been. on the varsity ,,.
playing m for : tack-
then Belote {pushed over Elder and Plen Gnann.
the past two' games. All the final yard with 3:30: left les Scottie Smith and Bill Bu

see much acflon\ against and I' to give the Tornadoes the 39- ., ,6r: :;. by, and mlddleguard Danny
City tomorrow night Palatka/ 13-0 21 lead. I Jackson or Hugh Stephens.
ere! will !be starters on Tops ) ,
Pirate'sfourth ,
So serious wad' the : Buby is sophomore( who
,'r, offense or defense.ROPING period relapse that ) 't.,. ,has been looking good lately.
\ they were able to put together Jackson\ Is a 195 pound freshman -

Big Show In Florida Star only six plays for a net gainof and Stephens Is a SOPho-

CLUBRESULTS 12 yards, against the tenacious ,. more; both' (have been broughtup
J Tornado defense. from the JV squad but
n three straight' wins, knuckled ground and 41 In the air for Both teams :had moved the '" r y+tk'kt have perfomed well in two
, show of, I under to a strong Green Cove I 12 first downs.. Green Cove ball well until the Tornadoes'' i games.

unfolded !Springs team in a 33-0 defeat i got 211 on the ground, 103 in fourth !period exl boeton. The \ the Gainesville -
I Andy Mayton
the Lake However, the Bollea Bulldogs the air, and 14 first downs two pass interceptions by Stevens t Sun's Lineman of the
I their looked better in the statistics The St, Augustine Yellow and Belote have to be / and
Trophy winners in the 13-0 win than they did on the Jackets failed to 'break into. of the Week against Fernandina,
Club '. scoreboard classed as the big plays l Ralph Morgan will
ford County Roping fray with moving the ball well ex. the win column again as they game because ;they stopped, a' lI sophomore start at linebackers. Billy: Be-
October :
were I.cept into the endzone: as the allowed the: Baker County possible Pirate comeback In its: Johnny Warren will
7 and under, lot* and
Carter alga; 8 (through 12,- ] Tiger; recorded 121 YIU.ti..011., ... tl ..Wildcats; of :Macclenny to put tracks and, : set up two Tornado I be at cornerback and J. Roy

13 through and scoria/ \ opportunities' deep ,/ Chasteen and Ronnie Orlg swill
Joyner; Boys
.1 Ernie Trleat; Girls through Joy't for In Pemandlna' territory I. i dt : t nl play soJety.Offensively .
. '' Dobelst'ein,, I Coach David Hurse's boys put .
.. 'Debbie Bobo; Men 20 the 'winning l ..t .' r,, the 't'ornadoeshave
going up themselves on
38, Adro Brown; "Jack I been experimenting this
the tough side for the eeason, they are Ii
to 'besBT fie
f1 ny, Junior Heraey; both i week In an effort
Gall Jordan. I I into now 4-3, by making ., their new personnel In. "New"

\Following are the yard. and chances- good. ."..,. meaning those boys who have
the November show in Craig x PIrates Start Fast .., .c ..' I gained starting )posts In the
point for a zx yei The nursed contest started !, .
of finishing; t last two or three games.
In the first ..r n'? Sw like a red honest-to-goodness ,
7 &: Under ti Pirate raid-with the swash-. 't.r ,. Ends will be GrlglJS'oanc!

Cloverleaf Dora 7-0' lead Elder and freshman Tim Mur-
Greene cli- bucnlers pastime' a .
Mark Hersey, Cindy -yard drive just 1:30: into the game. Solomon '. i phy will see a lot of action.;
Dennis Brown, Augle Fox. .. Guards will be Morganand
into the hit hftlJback'! Lee Godwin, ', .
Barrel Weave :Mark Tommy Btockshear, starting.
second TD with a 79-yard touchdown .". ,,;'
lay, Dora Trlest, Cindy a pass, and Lee Lasseter kickedfor t bit ') c,. for '''le, second straight week
Fox Dennis Brown. I from the
Augie 't. the extra point. I alter being promoted
Arena Race Dora ftqund.
was a The Tornadoes proceied:! )
Cindy Jordon, Mark by both right back down tJe: fieldto n At offensive tackles and

DennIs Brown, Augln Fox. fans on score, however, with Chas center the 'Tornadoes' will
Lead Race Dora the en- teen and Junior fullback done have some combination o{

Dennis Brown Augle of Melpln alternating: for 59 .,-. Mayton, Buby. and Scottie
Cindy Jordon, :Mark foot- yards on the ground. Cliasteengot .. Smith Baby has worked at

8 Through 12 the TD on a four yard J. Roy Chanteen added alp to the Tornado backfield: as he kept Mooting throughthe center and may play thereto
Cloverleaf Ronnie An attempt touchdown and was the free MayBon for a tackle slot
game run with 6:59 left. line for biff gains against Fernandina.. lie scored one
Randy Jorner,' Mark victory to run for the extra and give the Tornadoes more
f Roy Adklns, Bobby Park V"-- ; '" '.. ..., -, I point failed\ ao_ the score_ principal Tornado running threat. beef In the line with his 200

Steve Gay. the Bull- Three of the 13 walking wounded of the 1907 Tor- stood Fernandina 7, BHS: pounds.

(Barrel Weave prospect, nado grid squad are shown on the sideline. at the Fernmidlna 1 Precisely three. minutes later With Jackson at middle-
Hall Dan Brown Randy six moreon and Ruby
t touchdowns their teammateson the Pirates put guard and Mavton
ner, Bobby Carter, Roy the game last week. Cheering! the Role Big
I kins, Mark Joyner. Live Oak are Plea Guana Bill Adams{ and Steve (Crawford. Godwin swept end for 14 Underdog have an Interior line weighing

Arena Race Paul to score. Solomon con- 200 across. Should
I of the ;ball their only relief rrom a losing yards pounds
Dean Brown, Ronnie Hall, until they the final three yards and boot- for two verted 'for another point, glvIng Charles smith see 'notion at
Adkins, Mark Joyner, run by Ing the point just before the ,freak which has run ; I the ,beaoh !boys a 14-6 lead. Tomorrow tackle if his knee heals enough -
! seasons. drive was In Lake City Fray further strengthen -
I Joyner. : who also half.Orange Raiders took Football is reaching its final This Fernandina 1 It would
Lead Race Ronnie thirddownand of the line..
for a 7-0 'stages for the 1967 season with I set up by' a I, the center! "
Randy Joyner, Steve Gay, fumble the second halt kickoff Lake City still holding the No, five pass interference call I fine defense." The Tigers pass --Bm Belote I t a more seasoned
Adklns, Mark Joyner, Bulldog, drove in for their touchdown 1 position in the State Claju+ against the Tornadoes 'while Would you believe a four 01 as far as anyone knows. Two In the ball Brown. going with quarterback Mickey Bro- gave the Pirates a. first down five touchdown underdog ... more injuries cropped up then come at 'them throwing with an arm apparently -
kas keeping for the nine-yard A race. the 39-1 win over Fernandina ,
U-19 In store for
Boys The Tigers are expected to on the BHS 14. That's the role tackle with fast, hard-running backs. not hindered by a sore
Cloverleaf Tommy TD run. the State Tornadoes Go 75 Coach David Rune and nil last week as stellar Palatka 13-0 last shoulder. J. Roy Chasteen will
Ernie Tries, Danny Robert Jor- Cheney scored the final Bulldog replace unless the ,Live Oak Rugged defensive play high Tornadoes tomorrow night! Charles Smith injured his They week and gained 394 yards start at running back Melvin
Jerry tally with: a two-yard run Champions of the second with undo kne and fullback Gene Melvin
Lester tangle
Randy Ralph Bulldogs stand in their way. lighted' moat when they his through a big Brave line the or Tex: Patrick at fullbactt.
Ferris Lester : climaxing a 55 yard drive With undefeated this period action as both teams delated and powerful La.keCity. received a bad cut over Tornadoes couldn't dent in and Warren at flanker.
six seconds left In the game Both teams are bit Bradford right' eye and it is c'oubtful: :
Barrel Weave Mark: Ad- ; Lake nursing began. to settle down a at 7:30: on << 13-7 loss to Palatka.
The second of the season with City Smith will see any; action their
Smith, Ernie meat, Adro chapter But the Tornadoes put together ; Field. '
Bass Randy Lester, Ger- Florida Star Title story will an 8-0 season and Live 01t.k'J.O a. 79-yard adoring; drive! In It's ben a two year drought against Lake City. Craig Busby, a 150poundsenior Bar-B-Q Set

Woods Jerry Coon. Bryan. unfold on the Live Oak. gridiron on the season. the quarter to, move within,e" for the Tigers but this you One bright spot however Is is the fastest man on At Orange Park

Arena Race Jordon, Friday Nov. 10, when STANDINGS I point 13-14 of the Pirates a! they have size speed, and an the return of senior end Plen the squad. He has could great

Smith, Danny Bass Adklns, Live Oak entertains the' Pa Conference All-Season half- J.me.. 1 8-0 record going as they bid Gnann who has been out wlLi speed; no Tornado loose Before Grid GameThe

Trle.t, Greg Woods, .rd Wil latka Braves, and the final! WLT WLT This drive again, -
Le Jert y Coon' \ chapter could well be when Lake City 400 80 0 by the rushing and championship a berth the chance. i he will see action tomorrow Busby has good,to the out- Quarterback Club"of
Lead Race Danny : Lake City and Live Oak Live Oak 400 70C pass receiving of 140-poun j Tornadoes have held for the night. In fact he'? but likes to run Orange Park is 1 sponsoring a

Greg Woods, Ernie! ( Easter, tangle Nov. 23 in Lake City.In Palatka 3 1..0 62 0 "mlsihty\ mite," J. Roy Chas' past two seasons. Lake City listed as a starting ant If he side better, Bar-B-Q Just prior to the. Or-

Randy Lester. Ferris Hersey, other games involving Starke 130 43 0 teen. The senior running back,, last defeated the Tornadoes does play' It will lend a great. tRlgh half Roby Dobelsteln Is ange Park-Starke football

Girls Through 19 Junior Her- Florida Star Confeernce team Orange Park 131 341 1 who replaced Injuml, Larry In 1964 by a 21-12 margin Incompiling deal of experience to the Tor- also fast, though he does not game Friday Nov. 17V
accounted for 38 of the 30 winning nado forewall. have Busby's speed. But he wit be served
Cloverleaf Angie / Mildred Starke humbled Fernandina Bolles 240 35SL 0 Mercer a game Bar-B-Q dinners
Debbie Bobo, Elizabeth Beach 39-21 with Billy Belote Augustine 0" 1 0 7 1 75 yards in the drive with streak the Bradford boys edged Lake City uses the pro offense makes up for it with his de- In the Orange Park High

Betty Ann Griff ,.Linda Her- the star as! he ran over one four carries,and a nine-yam the Tigers 6-0 In 1965 and running from about 22 termlnd running and tough School cafeteria adjacent W
tie. touchdown and passed for LAST WEEK RESULTS pass !reception. End Jennie last year topped the Tigers different formations Including blocking. I the football field, continuous
Barrel Weave.A. Mildred three more with Ronnie Orlgga Lake City 13, Palatka 0 Elder gabbed a Belote pass for 23-20 in a wild contest that the I, a slot, a flanker, Fullback Danny Green a190pound ly from 4.30: p. m. until gante

Woods Debbie BrA I on the receiving end of 30, 59, Live Oak 21, Orange Park even more yards-and th) 'tiOrtgfs saw the Tornadoes/ block two and the split end all In various senior, is a bbl, time lot 730.: The dinners will
Easter Linda Cottle : Batt and 33 yard scoring plays.J. .. I 8 \. hauled !In another punts and run the ball In for combinations Smallest tough* runner up ,the middle. consist of delicious "Red; Bam

Ann Grlffls. Joyce Ward Roy Chasteen also scored Green Cove Springs 33,,, bomb this one for 30 yard; TD's., man' in their offense line Is Quarterback Bryan Johnson Bar-
'ArenaRace. -, two Starke touchdowns on Bolles 0Macclenny and ,the Tornadoes second This !is the year the Tornadoes 140 pound split end Billy .. 159 pound' ) senior is a browned; baked beans, 'hot

Easter, Betty Ann 'short jaunts and John Warrenwas 6, St. Augustine C touChdown were supposed to be Hale: the rest are all 180 good runner passer, and good rolls and butter.

Angle Woods Debbie' Bass Jo on the receiving end of Starke 39, Fernandina 21GAMES With 7:43: left In the thinquarter down because of a young and pounds and over, including a faker. He throws long, medium Soft drinks and coffee will

Linda CbtQe. Brown, two Belote PAT passes. Be' WEEK John Warren recovered Inexperienced squad. It war couple of 200 pound tackles. and short serials. be available. Prices of the tuner -
Lead Race Betty lots also ran over a point : THIS a Pirate fumble on the BH thought in preseason talk they The Tigers use a basic 6-2-3 His best receivers are split will be $129 for adults. and
Palatka at Live Oak (conference erd Pet!
Ortffls, Angle Woods. Gall Jor after. 43 yard line to set up the Tor- would be a good match for defense. Smallest man in the' end Billy Hale, tight 75 cents for children.!
) Lake City, expected line is 175-pound Bill Dekle, Oleberg along with BusbY
Bobo Elizabeth Ethyl for nadoes third scoring drive. anybody except Tickets are on sale now in
Easter high
Bolles, after flying
Lake City at Starke (con Belote To Griggs to be the strongest an Interior lineman: the rest and Dobelatein. Tigerpassing and Orange Park
for both Starke
Cottle. 68 drive
together a yard attack is balancedwell
ference) north Florida above 180. The three defensive -
In are
Men 20-38 Ann For- a lone touchdown for a 8-0 Five plays: later BeOoU Class A team with the running game. I through local. businessmen.
Cloverleaf Mark Ethyl Bass. victory for the second win of Orange Park at Fernandina" found the mark again, and. if not the state. !backs all weigh In at Tornado scouts tab offensive -' Quarterback Club members. ,

Gerald Joyner, Adro the season for the Macclenny Beach pitched perfectly to Orlggi' But that was before the 170.Lake tackle Bubba Phillips. 200 and students. ,.
Robert Jordon, Sonny Jordon team. St. Augustine is still St. Argustine at: Seabreezeof for a S9-yard touchdown. Be- Tornadoes came up with 13 City" Is a "totujh football pound senior, as the Tigers. A few tickets will ba available .
first win Daytona Beach Iota pawed to Canker Johr, Injured players, a record for team Tornado CoachDavid >BQ.TR111t.QDAY .
son. Ralph Bryan. Forsyth, looking for their best lineman. His running lot ttf) "Bax:
Barrel Weave Gerald with a tie with Orange Park Bishop KMlIJat'/ Boll a Warren tat the extra point,, any Tornado tram In history Hurse says with a "real mate, Bruce Cblson. also a

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n KEYSTONE HILITES Mr. Lineback r ,

11 t By Jim Fox I In TennesseeMiss T Game To Carrabelle Friday

a Please Phone In Your items 4734148.GLORIA Carol Louise Oa.rdner, ,

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.. The bride-elect graduated: Keystone Heights Became the I attack going Carrabelle] High play Crescent City

I I from tIle University of Florida bride of Bill H. Lnlebaclc, son School resorted to a shotgun ehere.

I! where she was a ember of Mr. and (Mrs. Bill W Line. offense and rode the third

J I of fine Alpha Omicron PI Sorority. back: of K1ng port, Term onSeptember quarter passing of Doug New Officers
I 20. Young to a bltterly-fowrht! a-S

3a Mr. Livingston\ graduated The cel'emDJ1LYVas perform. win over the Keystone Heights Elected By

from P. K. Yonge Gainesville, ed by eapt. Walter C. Gallop Indians last Friday night. The

and St. Jofhru River Junior .- f lr-l_ :.-'Jf1IU' chaplain' U. S. Air Force at I gume was. played In Carrabelle. Country Club

College. Palatlca. He Is now Richard Gebuar AFB Chapel .
attending Atlantic UniversityIn Pictured at Greater Jaiktoirvllle! Fair "-II Club exhibit Missouri. Trailing 8-2 at. lialftlane.

I Boca Raton.BOOSTERS (front left) : Scot Lnmallo, Sonya ru-ytim, ami |Cheryl Tomes. Attending the couple were I Young drove his team 71 Jim Chesslngton was" elected

CLUB MEETINGMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Nuns Mlsuerlll yards. : with his 5-yard pass t to president of the Keystone Golf

I William Sizmpter. announces 4-H Members Exhibit At Fair of .Kansas City. Robert Herndon giving Car- & Country Club at the annual
rabelle touchdown and the
a Booster cma a stockholders meeting held

meeting on Thursday, Nov. 9, Representatives from the eented with a special plaqueby win. The closest Keystone ,Wednesday night, Nov. l, in
at the Keystone School Gymnasium Keystone Heights. 4-H Chap the master of ceremonies. Leon N. Wagner could come after that was the the new R. Llndeejr Walker.

at 7:30: p. m. All iter modeled their fashions In Scott Lamalle, of Keystone Services Held At Carrabelle 30-yard line. addition to the club.
members are requested to at- the 4-H Exhibit at the Greater Heights. was presented the I Carrabelle took a 2-0 lead; Other officers elected at

I tend. Jacksonville l"a.lrn" October award. for the most outstanding Keystone HeightsLeon I I in the first quarter when Key- this time were: Everett Fat:
DUPLICATE BRIDGE 23. Girls attending were' 4-H boy In Clay County. I stone punter Jeff Batts was 'vice president; Don Sha<>1tle-

,. Winners for Duplicate Frances Powell, Sonya Pay- Edwin Baker of Lake Geneva N. Wagner 68, of Lake caught. In the end! zone for a ford secretary; Fremont Tol-

Bridge on Thursday! eveninx ton and; Cheryl Tomes. Each also received several distinctions Geneva died WedneSday. Nov. safety after bobbling e high lea treasurer: Bob Hayes assistant

Nov 2, were: First place with 'received a certificate of recognition at this fair, receivIng I, in a Gainesville hospital -.----- ..--1.-.u .ey-..-.------ pass from center. Pinning him secretary Busier Alk-
47 points. Mr. and Mr Fremont for her indlvdual, the Reserve Grand Cham-. alter a brief Illness. He -as down were ,tackle Harry Grey en, assistant treasurer; and

Tolles; second place performance. ipton Award [for the Uu-d. consecutive born In Shamokln, Pa. on and guard Joe Todd. Whit Wyman. Foster How U,
with 38'4 S points, Mr. and During a. special intermission year] for his Angus June 22.: 1890 and:! was the son I Keystone get' on thj Scoreboard :: Herb Williams and Ray ;Farris -

Mrs. Albert Baohmann. ; and. show, the moot outstanding steer. lIe also won second of the late. William H. and Jax Beach Man 'Wins Keystone in the second chapter board ot directors.

third place with 38 points, 4-H boy and girl for the place honors for "fitting and Lulu Yeager Wagner. when Danny Hlnc.'" four- The meeting wa opened by

: Stan LaOoste and Louie Kyle. Individual. counties were pre- grooming." and first place for Mr. Wagner operated a yard run climaxed a 73 yard ,the out-going president!;, Wally

I The Duplicate: Bridge Club. showmanship.Post printing shop at Lake Geneva' Golf Tournament By 3 Strokes drive in seven plays. Hinck (Muhlhofer\ who entertained a
I which Is sponsored by the where he had resided for the was the game's leading rusher<<: "complaint period." when

,l Keystone Woman's Club. is I .via..-ut vv 1 RQ J.,....sa-' .TTd..v 'hao n_ .a. -.navnV .-..._- with 84 yards while Carra-. members were asked to submit
held eacth( Thursday evening at her of the Community Church belle quarterback Young finIshed constructive criticism and
7:30: In the Masonic Hall. 202 Plans Veterans Day of Keystone Heights. I Dave Hollander! of Jackson- eonvllle- Beach 74-73. with 101 aerial yards on suggestions to the board

'; JO-AN DASHER This Is open to the public. Surviving Is his widow MM. ville Beach carded a one-over- 153Clyde B. Terwlllegar,' eight completions in 12 at- members. The treasurer's re-
IS A KEYSTONE SCHOOL Win one. par 71 for a 30- ,i BRIDE ELECT HIGH Carolyn Wagner: !POrt was given by Fremont
; Ur. and Mrs. A. T. Dasher STUDENTS ON PANEL Observance At son, Wilfred H. Wagner. bothof come from behind In the final No( card: Bill Turner, Pa: KHS CARP. lolles who also anawwelleg8l"IDg ;

Of:LAke City announce theengagement Last weekend Keystone Keystone HeightsA Lake Geneva; three daughters round to win the Keystone latka. First downs 13 6 : the club's financial

of their daughter. High School received outstanding Mrs. Grace Child Salt Heights Invitation Golf Tournament Championship A I Yt'B.! rushing 182 69 status. Board members and

Gloria Jo-en. to Bobby Data publicity when three Lake City. Utah; Mrr Char-: Sunday. 153- Joe! Petrock, Ormondi, Yds. passing 11 101 house chairmen also gave
salute to the Nation's war ison added.A Kollander had. nines of 35- Beach.. 75-78.
of their students lotte Austin Ashland Maine; '
i panel ,
Lahier. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. were PC'PAPI70 3-11-2 brief reports on their Individual -
.1.. Lanier Sr. of Ludowici. OH members on the new WFQA veterans will be emphasized special committee under and Mrs. Alleen Rider, Pensa- I' 36 over the narrow tree-lined 155Earl Voyles, Keystone'I Punts 1-46 3-26 projects during\ the peat'year.

The bride-elect graduated I [Channel 121] television program during the Keystone Helghts- the chairmanship of Richard cola. Also surviving are 13 Keystone links to win by Heights, 75-80. Fumbles lost 1 0 Making these reports

tram. Keystone Heights High "It's: Academic." The Melrose Observance of Veterans T. Lovorn Is handling details grandchildren and four great three shots over Frank Miles 153- Al Miller Jacksonville, Yds. lost penalties 40 S were Huntley Redfearn Sr.,
Day Nov. 11. Commander of the local observance assist- I of Gainesville.' Hollander Is a NAS. 76-80.
School students ,
who grandchildren.
and Paris Beauty were presentfor ,I CarrabeUe; 206 08Keystone Everett FOx Buster Alken
Graham F. Hutohlnson. of by the Boy Scouts. School member of both the Dunes 157Harvey Reynolds, Pa-'
School In Savannah, end Is I the taping of two different Funeral services were : : 060 (0)-8sonvUle. Don Shackletford and Whit
now employed! at the Post Exchange programs, Included Jim American Legion Post 202 announced Band and American Legion at 10 a. m. Saturday In the I and Jacksonville Beach clubs latka, 7780.16DW1Wo.m. Wyman.

at Fort Stewart. Oa. I WUdt Olen Few and John yesterday. Auxiliary. State Representative Community Church of Keystone and I Is champion of the Beach D. Maranville,, The President's Trophiy for

The suture bridegroom L Harvey. Jackie Godwin and "This year's observance of Gene Shaw will be guest Heights with Dr. AlbertC. club.Miles Jacksonville NAS. 77-33; Daw-: 86-86. the recent tournament held; at
Veterans Day in Keystone speaker. fired rounds of 72-74. son Zeigler Gainesville 77-
graduated from Ludowlci Sharon Brannon were alter- Holt and Rev Leon F. Mll- the club
High School will receive nates. Hslrhts will be part of a nationwide The observance will start at ner officiating Interment was Ronnie Phllo( Gainesville, was 83. Fourth: 184 -Harold Wtlliams. was presented to
I Bland Ware.
a Bachelor of Business Administration The program which Is aimlIar expression! of appreciation 10:45: a. m. Saturday ."'ov. 11 In the family plot In Keystone I third with 72-76 for a 143 In 183 Berger C. Warner,, Palatka, 87-77. 165 also to Trophies were
to not only the at the I sudden death Bob Everlath, Palatka 87-73, presented Earl Voyles,
degree from Georgia to "College Bowl" [only young Municipal Building. Heights Cemetery with DeWibt t tC. a card-matcnng Frultland. 76-87. first
Southern College in August. the questions are concentratedon ( l men anili women who have Chairman Lovom urges Jones Funeral Home< In I I with. medalist Rand:! Edelsbeln 168-.Jim Loner Green CoveSprings 86-82.168-Joe Bishop Lake City,, second runner-up runner-up; Lon and Rushton.Fremont
He will leave for active trainIng a somewhat lower level 1, worn their Nation's uniform that each household and business charge. Gainesville. 78-90.
ToUes third
In the Air National Ouard Includes representatives from during the Vietnam era, but establishment dtaplay tins Edelstein opened! with a 71 Prize winners in numerclal I. Fifth: 179- Jim Zowarka, runner-up.
In January.the' three different high schools all who have served this U. S. F1II1ia1n honor of the occasion. over the par 35-35-70 links,. nights: Keystone, 38-90. 179- Wally! Club pro Lea Stephenson
country with honor and distinction but found Mulhofer, Keystone 89-90. 179 spoke brieflyon the 'history
the nine-hole
wedding will be held at in the area. On Saturday the First: 157- Douglas Miller
," Commander Huteh- Homer represented the Keystone rougher on consecutive. William. Goodman Cecil land progress of the local club
the First Baptist Church. 2x1Hineeifle. three Keystone students com Woman's Club. rounds. He to Jacksonville. 79-78. 158 -: Field:! NAS, 87-92. +and expressed, the need for a
Ga. on December peted with. representativesfrom runnerup Clifford Doyle Jr., Jacksonville .
Qualified, speakers from various Phllo' at Keystone last Sixth; 176 -D. C. Turner membership drive. He pointed
7 at 7:30: p. m. All frlonda and Baldwin High' School year. 82-76. 159-Sob Hayes !
lout that
and state agencies explainedthe : Green Cove the club noW' has a
Mrs. Springs. 91-81.
Raymond fctarnea end of the tournament the Championship flight results: !!
relatives are invitee to attend. and Douglas Anderson. This Keystone, 80-79.
) new safety measures in 715-Leo great deal more to :affer new
were the Judges. Hayden, Jacksonville
first low 143Dave Hollander, Jacksonville

gross and low net
HUNT-LIVINGSTON show will be seen on Monday! Prizes were also awarded to scores will be declared win- 'the home, forest fire prevention 72-71. Second: 163 -Jimmy Ellis, 90-85. 179- Gordon W. Lee, members than it did at Its ineptton *
ENGAGEMENT\ TOLD evening. Nov. 27 at 7 P. m. and other on. Jacksonville 84-79, 166- in 1961.
the three classes programs.The Keystone 90-89.
with !the bestdeoora.ted Gainesville
146 Frank
Mr. and Mrs. John 1[. Hunt;, On Sunday the Keyston! ners. The> ladies must sign in Keystone Homemakers Miles. Comer Perryman. starke 82- Seventh The retiring president expressed
booths. : Clarence
First prizewas at the 72-74. -
of Deerfleld Beach, announce !boys were in competition with awarded to the "Witch's play club before they begin Club will meet at 10 a. in. 148 Ronnie Phllo, Gainesville 84. 166-Eugene KIrker, Green, Porch. Miami Beach 91-86 appreciation to his officers
the engagement of theirdaughter Gainesville High School and I 'Wednesday! 'Nov.' U. 'at the Cove Sptlues& 8263.TIhI1'Ci 'board members
House which 183-Roy Tyre Keystone 9 ,
Orange Park High.' Thin was decoratedby On Tuesday. : .* Nov. 1 4. the 72-78: ; Rand Edelstein : $
Susan Martha
: tp pro. the sophomore Class ladles Clay! Electric Cooperative. Gainesville, 7177. : 166-Gene Ferguson: ,' 88. 185- '!"Atoc Charles Livingston son I /gram will\ be seen on Monday I have been Invited to attend COMMUNITY CHURCH PaTatka.: 85-81. 183- Charles' .' assistance and
::Z>f Mr and Mrs. c. LivJneston evening Dec. 4, at the same The Freshman's "Treasure a tournament and lunch 151- Asey Stephens: Gainesville 91-94. cooperailon .4
Gay Catlett Jacksonville
Chest," and the Junior's The Executive Boardi, of the 75-76. 80-83.''p' Eelgth: 168 Charles' Head ; during his term of office.
eon at the Green ,
time. Cove
\ Jr. of Keystone 172 John
Community Church Women Paul- Jones. Jack-
uel&1M.I.! Larry Llnsin senior high "Dart and Balloon Booth"'recelved -I Springs' Golf and Country 152 Frank Malay, Jack-: Keystone 06-90. 191DIck
met at 10 a. m. October 30 Porter MURRHEE
._ math teacher at Keystone second and third placa Club. Ocala 98-93. 181-(Roy
P -- honors and set up the work for the i I S. Poole. Jacksonville
and the sponsor for this On Wednesday Nov. 15, Insurance Agency
A special feature of the coming month. At the morning 'vwvvevvvvyvwvyvvyVvvIMELROSE 'Coleman Ninth [low net] : 156 -
I event. reports that lha students they will attend ,the monthly recently retired
carnival Included! service on Novemter 12, E. P. Menzen. Keystone. 82-: Richard Mnrrhee. Aft.
won a $200 encyclopedia square- North Central Florida 9iholeHolfaround from McGuire Air Force Bane,
I I KEYSTONE |, set for the school library. dance performances by Mr. in DunneLen. officers and members will N. J. Mrs. Coleman is the I 74, 159 Charles McGlava\ General Insurance

The three boys are to be and Mrs. Bill Young Mr.. and HERE 7* THERE honor D. A. C. Holt for his 'tiauxhter: of Cal. and Kri.I Keystone, 76-83. 160 Lon) Tire Casualty Marine

congratulated for their fine Mrs Tommy TIreD, Mr and Lt. Rhett S. Fox [Butch] is 'faithful pastorate. of the past Jesse P. Green former residents Rushton, Keystone 78-82. Auto Bonds
Mrs. 8Va years. Later In the seasonIt By Joyce RoweAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 feywtnne n...lhta 47S-47M
Ashton and Mr.
performances during the two- home for a Short visit with of Melrose, now living ,
g.IIEIGHTS.! day session! Mrs. Malvin White of Palatka. his family! the Everett Fo** I Is planned to. present Rev. In Orange Park.
Mrs. William CamP. of Jacksonville Leon. Frank Mllner, new pastor EVERY
HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL of Peach St. He will be returning and his wife to the entire Mrs. Charles Relnhardt of I BANK SERVICE FOR'EVERYONE

MOST SUCCESSFULThose was the caller. to Ft. Polk La. where "", ,m11nit.V. of. fl .-ViHet.mflq Halloween has gone and foi Olendale, calif Is visiting her
of you who were unable FELLOWSHIP MEETING he Is stationed.We ; most of the children In this!I daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
to attend the Keystone The Keystone Heights Fellowship received word uh!" week open 1 house. The tentalve n.teIs I area it is a pleasant memory! and Mrs. Carl Hagglund Sr. I

I MELROSE PTA Annual Haltowen Carnival .; Club will hold Its regular that Mrs. S. E. McKay [Hazel December 10 from 3 to 5 filled with lots of candy,,. Mrs. Hagglund! has recently, Is Just Inside Our Front Door

should certainly regret monthly: luncheon and ], who recently underwent p.m.Mrs. Their of fun was to go from L returned from spending a''
'progiam' will be "Partlotlsm." major Thomas Norwood and Come On In!
missing the fine display of' surgery at the Medical house to house say "trick or month in Chicago, ni.iMr. .
Keystone talent with respectto 18, at 12:30: p. m.. in tl.e Ma- Center, is greatly. improved two members of each Circle treat", receive candy and go and Mrs. Basil Ander-

? BUSifJESS costumes, choreography, sonic HaJl. This is not the regulary Mrs. McKay, who Is la room '''will cater the Booster's Club home and check their loot. son and daughtersAnnette

booths and the food prepara scheduled date for bhec1ub's 673 would; appreciate, a short Dinner on November 29 !Many of the young goblins I Marie and B cky Lou

=DIRECTORYBEAUTY tions. The chairman Ed Ben- luncheon as It was visit or "get-well" card from As this edition reaches were collecting another kind i of Perj-lnton, Mich. in vlslt-:

nett; his co-chairman. Mrs. postponed frOm November t) her many friends. readers, t.he Community of loot. They were the ones' tog Mrs. Anderson's mo the.-,

Jim Zowarka: the matter. of where It would not conflict Miss Carol Baker, daughterof Church Bazaar of 1967 will be that carried little UNICES": Mrs. Walter Wilson. Mrs. Anderson

ceremonies. Charlie 1I.tcOlave.and \ with the Community Church's Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker of closing. The cooperation and boxes and collected money for Is the former. Beverly

SHOP their many workers are Holiday Bazaar.] Lake Geneva loft on Nov. 4th .enthusiasm which Inspired so less fortunate children In Wilson.'

to be congratulate- for one 1 The theme for this month's for Chicago. where she will be many folk, the friendships enjoyed foreign countries. Over one Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Boyle
-- of the finest! and most expertly program will be" Pratlctlsm.1All In stewardess training for in workshop getting together hundred children working together left: Monday:: for a two weeks

coordinated carnivals witnessed members and their guests United Air Lines. and the contributionsof with the Churches and trip to Pompano. Beach and

KEYSTONES by Keystone residents.! are invited! to attend. David Sciiaeffer was in Tal many hands and hearts the School, collected $,11500 Naranja near Homestead

;BEAUTY SHOP The parade. which startedat \ ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS 1 lahassee last. weekend, visit 'can never be properly estimated for this worthy cause These where they will visit Mrs.
the Keystone Fire Depart Due to the unfortunate: tag with Loralne Dey. or thankedl' One of the young people are to be com Cuatls Lazearu.

mu :JCdtth: Johnnon ment, was directed to the death of Archbishop Joseph\ Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Men- highlights of the Bazaar was mended as well as the residents The Community Church of
Owner Keystone Park where the judges P. Hurley, St. Augustine Diocese zen attended the Flortda-tAu- the dalntly decorated cover of of this area, who madeIt I Keystone will (have their ,

:II &Personal Creative awarded prizes for the I the regularly scheduled burn game In Alabama last 'the book: of poems by "Moth- possible wIth their contri- yearly Bazaar Thursday from,

costumes whloh they considered Friday night Bingo was not weekend. 'ter" Mary Holt, which she butions. A party was ,held at 9:00: a. m. until 9:00: p. m.I I

.. Hair Styling to be the ugliest prettiest ''held last week at St. William's Ramona Carroll an.1 Nancy' compiled 20 years ago, and the Parish House for thotje There will be a luncheon served -

:Zfcrrarr Individual! Beauty |Dar and most original. In recreation nail. Kingsbury were also at the which Dot Chrtstoffers Newman young people who took: part. at noon. I

.* Form of Beauty Culture the age group 1-7 prizes were Bingo will be resumed this Florida-Auburn game last embellished with a Another act of human kindness There will be a special
: Open Tnea.-Sat. 9-5; Friday evening at 7:30: p. m.
weekend. sketch
awarded: o Scot Morgantugliest' otf dogwood. and concern for others speaker at the Methodist
_.- Closed Monday ( Julie Redfearn [prettiest If our meterloglst la accurate Mr. and) Mrs. Thomas Bar Layman's Su.ndJayon Nov. S was shown recently when! the Church Sunday morning. He
!;'. and Bret Brannon the continuation of cool den of Pittsburgh, Pa. spent was conducted by the men of Kenneth Hayes family loot all will be Rev. Alfred "aughs.
CONCRETE [most original] Mrs. Cecil weather, please l do not let this Thursday night with :Mr.! their belongings. In tire that
,...... arnd the church, with an all-male a minister of the Seminole FirstChurch
Harper Pnd Mrs. Chester scare you away as the recreation Mrs. Gay Livingston. The the house whero
Bar- Choir of 12 members and solo destroyed1!: in St. Petersburg. Hela
:Hawthorne Concrete Moody were the judges for JUNIOR hall WOMAN'S will be well CLUB heated! deeM were en route to( Grand 1st Floyd Baker. Raymond they lived. The family wishes: the nephew of Ray Bli#. ;,

& this group.> In the agJ group Cayman Island In the British 'Farls gave a challenging! prayer to thank those who were so Ml. and Mrs. Vlrgia Rowt,
Supply Inc. The Keystone Heights Junior
8-12 prizes were awarded to West Indies, for a vacation. and Gerald Culberson thoughtful' and contributed Mr. and Mrs. David Qualle
;;: BEDt Jimmy Head [ugliest Karen Woman's Club will meet They will also be visiting brought the morning .:.message.lAwlstln clothing and household Itemsto and Chester Wesley, visited
r* MIX Wlckert [prettiest! and Thursday evening, Nov.( 9, at friends in Clearwater and help them get started again. : '
7:30: in the Electric ; .* in other ways were and Mrs. Jack Gavin and I'
L CONCRETE I cy Nlckell [most Nan-j Board Clay Palm Beach before departing 'Miller Winkle E"A. Rush/ton/ They have found a furnished family of Fairbanks.

-R..". 20 W. Hawthorn Miss Gladys Tlllls and : icoin.drs. Walter King from Miami Beach for the Robert Hendry: and Frank: 11.'gen. house on Lake Santa Fe and SCHOOL NEWS i iI '
; 4 12920: t H. A. Sprow Judgsd I a dayElectric West Indies. will live there for a while. The Melrose
group. Roxanne McRae and< employee; will present Mike Foster 1A ey.-tA1 Thank God that there is still Mustangs slipped
'NURSERY_ Pat Drew were winner for: a film and lecture on first home this ask from VietNam.' -: The Youth Fallowshlp people around who are aware I by Taylor Thursday night --
the teens to 100 aid. I Group Sunday, Nov. 15, at Juniper to gain their fifth. victory
Mayor '
group.; I of the needs of others.
Q.C. Carnes Nursery WOMAN'S: GOLF ASSN. Springs enjoying a canoe against three losses and bold /
Mr. and Mrs. James Dlcfcon :-
On Thursday. Nov. 2, memo NEWS 'trip and open air church cer their. position a* the third'
RHmy: 1M. Flormhotn bers of the Keystone WO& NOTES 'vices. of Bowman, Oa spent the place team In the Rlverland
M MOM SB of II Stark Helen weekend at the home of P. D.
: Egan I
SCHEDULE Conference.
completed their first round of The Board of Stewards wUl j
...... ')' Stock Thousand! CbtaP lni.iMl.jor .
ff PtaitU A .Fruit TreM to OF SERVICES I competition for the Presi ident.s meet November 13 at 7:30: p. Gen. anji MM. R. P. Friday night they will play:,

be*** from. Nice Shade Tree., Cup. The second end EXTENSION: hOMEMAKERS: m. Hollla are !spending a few Bronaon here. Branson( U Loans Auto Boat, Appliances _
I'sPgTe.na Landscape PARKof final round was held toc Clay Checking
Plant All In containers _I with scores unavailable at council County Homemakers that Hazel McKay Is recover their daughter! and soninlaw.Rev. and a victory for Melrose1 I Accounts NIght
the I press time. Prizes were award- a would make the Depository,
two teamitied
ing nicely following I
Plant anytime. C&meWu" Woman's Crusade emergency and Mrs David Prttchard Bank by Mail
Safety Regular
II In the 9-ihole and 18-hole at the Medical Center In children. for second plac Cedar Sayings
zJsa&Zatl PALMS groups for the lowest rumbeof .' Seminar on October 30 at the Gainesville. of Key cinched the number one Ispot j 4 Per CentSafety Deposit Boxes.
.. Mrs. Base Cochroru
da> :your landscaping I Extension Office in Green
putts In the 9-holes. Vesta with
a victory Bron-1
.. FtuMM 684-SIM Sympathy u extended., Theresa spent a few days vl4Itlng over WOULDN'T
SUNDAYS Cove Springs followed YOU
Alken and Joan Wright won by a son Friday. night.DUPLICATE I CALL THIS
USED CARSIIn1cs 11 :00 A.M. -7:30) ('. with 10 putts each for the covered dish luncheon.:: Repre-' the family of the late LeonWsg'ner Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cas- BRIDGE I I COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE
; .' of Lake Geneva.
I IDJG'CA.SlI' TJlUItSO \YS I'1 18-hole. .and. 9-hole groups, respectively. entitlves> *of were aU woman's invited.. organization tin_I "n" _n__ _..._..rl.-l..n_'.. _A..t.h__. ,_.....,_.....--i_ on.Mr.. and Mrs. John Pail, \ Winners for the Melrose' COME( IN P -- n
Used Cars 7:30: P.M.FUNDAMENTAL. I attend. November 2. Chlappinl. and family of OreaF..u.s. ; Duplicate Bridge Club on the I
From November 12th I'I'I have moved to 4th were: Mrs. W. ;1. GroUck
Montana I
| Six members of the
: 'OTSCOUNT through the 20th the ladies Key KEYSTONE
; ; I stone Melrose.''I'h/' TERMS BIBLE TEACHING will Tour- club attends: : Mrs. I
sponsor a Turkey I I lilt:: RIGHT POINT for lb. while John Paul Is in Vietnam. placer Mary Cook and Miss
BP.r' -t"SELL. TRADE nament. During this 9dar1span. : Hazel Davis,. Safety Chairman the way :you WI'U" Come In He will leave In a couple of Iva Hlllyer, and Mrs. Paley Member F.DJ.C. Keystone
All Services'! Held In The ; Mrs. Mildred Payton. Heights, FU"Your -
{ Bt. I. Box W members can enter any and select :your favorite ESTERBKOOK weeks. Boyd and Mrs. John Strawn. ,.
hI1lt 100 *--.MUM S. Starke New Bible Center or all scores, which they have [I 'Kirs Detha Hlckey, Mrs. Emily fonnfaln pen. Other newcomers to Meh-oae tie,!) for second; Mrs. B. A. Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
lion Lulu
Mrs. Moss
received for fee of $1. At the &:\11'9. Helen Euan.;; Mrs. Marvin, and TF1.Ff.RAPH' are Col. and Mrs. John B. Allen and Mrs. J. P. Foster. Community.' "
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'Bppearlng In their first or sec-
MELROSE me every time we went, butI had electric wet suits:' In on the fun.. I i \ITS, Packers- 45 Real Hell's Angels Featuredi fcnd ;feature role. Jana Taylor
I finally 'beat him 8 to 2. In !Mac. Betty and Chuck Mc- Now here's Leeon. I I"M RECREATIONNEWS CONNER:'\/ SCORES; jkrho plays Ablgale Is a young

r From Preceding Page I two days, we caught around I Cowan spent the!weekend with LEEON'S CORNER: ; OVER: RKOOKEK: i Film To Screen At FloridaA protege from New York, 1, J,
4bh : 25 specs. However, Thursday the Jack Millers. Sunday Co- _) A mu"jh improved Prookei Jefferson who plays the part
place.) when we caught 10, Iwo only I burn and Peggy Rain came The people of today; 11 made::\ Conner Insurance
la of LJSAJ1geJ.e
I winged skullheacl a? Adam Roarke has the star- At Pearl a product
Winners for the 31st were: fished an hour and a half. We! over, bringing fish for dinner Are really somewhat. funny. LAWTEY STAYSUNDEFEATED work hard to achieve a 7-0 Sabrina Soharf
emblem Nazi roll and
and a ring Jack
Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs.I had to leave them biting good, that they had caught In Cedar' They put too much value victory over winless Brooker thei1'1 as the leader born In, Ohio
tattoed on their arms the Nicholson : the sins
John Strawn, 1st place; Mrs.i because I had to go to school. Key. Lou Miller gave a talkto ] On that thing called money. WITH WIN NO. 3 However, this was n moralvictory prays reatuet *
W. J. Orolick and Hell's Angels! ] of northern of prt In supporting 11'I The turn opens with the
Mrs. Phil Sunday evening, rand- It's really just and for the lads: from
my paper their
the Rotary Club In Key 1 The Lawtey 11 Jopt:!
I fornia In technicolor roles
featured '
are a are John Qarwood as actual Hell's Angela gathering,1
place; Mrs. Rob- parents, Hubert\ : and Palma; metal, with Brooker as they had dropped
stone. The Club donated over rEcord unblemished a
film "Hell's Angels On Jock and Richard .... and. viewers will
i |1 1Wheels" Anders mug trip sea
ert Clare ft
Mrs. P Ho-
T. Chitty of Starke, came down $20 to send to Lou's Chinese 1 If you'll stop and think: a bit. surprising! 33 to 7 whipping of their first two (games' by the
at the Florida Theatre
Bull. .
: their
fue, 3rd place; and Mra. Emery aral we !went ffahlng. Whenwe I But, Just look: what. you can Southern Discount scores of 26-0. and 270. I u..cjii iwo.1 i to strong on
friend, Eileen Ohang, a physical '
Cooper and Miss Iva HiU- Sunday. Monday and! The film! (also, features three cycles over the San Francisco
left, my Grandpa told me therapist In China. do, Southern: got on the score- After the Conner score I Tuesday, Nov. 57. Hollywood starlets all
4Mi young bay Bridge.
jer plece.CARNIVAL there was no use in taking If you have a pile! of It. the 3rd
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond board first when on early In the quarter this
A SUCCESS ..-.- .-..- -- .seeeee.--s.s--s-ss.-s.-------
I two rods, but I did. In three As long as people have tt, .
Slaven of Eustis spent the ploy 1 of the game ChajlesGreen game was played' for the most .
The Melrose PTA Carnival, hours, we caught 23 that we weekend with their daughter They are really happy. on an end reverse went part !in the middle of tho .. .

held this year on the football kept. Would you believe it? I and' son-in-law, Betty and Dee And sometimes just to get It, 61 yards for the T. D. Mike field a real defensive battle. .
field was a success, despite the caught 12 of them. At cenftiln They'd even step on their a
Morris and family. They were Olssy added) the E. P. and The second half of play sat/ .
fact that, rain clouds threatened times, I was catching two 'at all out fishing and caught Pappy. Southern Discount had a 7-0 the ball change hands frequ- e ,

most of the days. The a time. With this cool snap, \some nice specs. Mr. Slaven They work and scrape for It, lead. Lawtey came rljrlvt back ently or results of punts, fum- ....-"..........____..-..._ I
:JlI.r14IO booth seemed to be the the specs should 'tie biting caught one real large one but And collect It by the pound. on the enuslns kick-off. golns; ble nnui: interceptlo, with : I' :

most j-opular, especially for pretty good this weekend. did not have any scales to And sometimes in the process 40 yards !in 8 plays with Larry neither team able] to penetratetheir I .. I ..

the! adults.ij : Last Tuesday, my mother weigh him.Kllt.'hleen. They stomp' the poor In tho! Brown scoring on a 19 yard opponent's territory. The I : / -

Two dollar bills were awarded Cricket Chitty, Katie Howard ground. run. Donnle Wise scored the' game ended where it was played
to the 1st place winners in and Maggie J-Iulloway of McInnes r>f Ocala Money is the root of evil E. P. on a pass from Joey: all night, the midfield. : MEET OURAGENT
i 'the costume parade. Prejschool Is vl.ltlnlf her sister, RebiNorsworthy. For it some people, would kill. \
Bennett and the Its
Starke, were/ shopping in score was stiipe. Conner improved .
winners were: Sherry They tay that'they And others dream and want It, '
tied 77. 1 and wili
record to 2 and
Jacksonville, while our car was
jStinson, Prettiest; Mike Steu- might! try the artcs. If Until It makes them 111.
being serviced Southern Discount, after meet undefeated Lawtey next
art, most like Halloween; and they don't freeze. What a different place, -j: HONOR.lit"
Thursday night, while I, making! '! a first down had to week. .
Annette Chlappinl, most or- Gary Robbins went to Jacksonville This ole world! would be.: 4 M
went to school, my mother and punt to Lawtey to open the TEEN DANCE SET
Iglnal. bus.
( last Saturday by If there were no money
In the 1-2 grades category, Grandmother Copeland visited,. He returned with, brother. And everything was t1'ee.u 2nd Quarter. In 2 plays Lautev FOR ARMORY
(''first my aunt, Mrs. Roy Cren.ihaw, scored the go ahead T. D. on The. Teen Dance will be
place wlnnjrs! were I ly, and his cousin, Mike
}Cheryl Poppell, prettiest; who Is in Alachua General land, who spent the day BU-I tt. 46 yard run by Bennett. held Friday night, Nov 10 .
Hospital with double-pneinyion. The E P. attempt failed! and after the Toinado-Lake City i
Janet Steuart, most original; : the James Robbins famll I
la. She is Improving a little Lawtey led 137. game. .
!Mary Ellen Duncan, most like I Paul Lee and Gregory
Halloween. Second place winters but very slowly. Her daughter, spent Saturday Lawtey kicked off to Southern The Jades of Lake City will : :
) who won blue ribbons I Joan, has Just won the district': with his mother, Mrs. Jo Discount who lost yardages provide music. Admission! for .. r I ..

were: Robdn Dougherty, prettiest typing contest, and will\! go to Paul brought his : on 3 running plays and: the dance Is $1.25 for grades 1 .
; Avis McPherson, most the State Contest In West Strandberg. St. William's Sunday punted to Lawtey. Lawtey hada 9-12 of. Bradford County. : LAVERN OUTLAW :
mother lawnmower and
I a new Mass, 9am. Wednesday, Mass
Palm Beach, in May. 1st and 1O from Southern
origInal; and Linda KInzer, also brought her television: : Gainesville District :
moat like Halloween.. (My brother, Wayne, is spend- from the shop. and Novena 7 p.m. Discount! 25 yard line and I it!; Starke Chapter 'S
: :
1 In the 3rd :through 6th I ing this week at home while took Lawtey 7 plays to score
Earl Voyles won second Community Church Rev. with Earl Wilker&on going into FFA Judging Teams l. 4
grade category It was: Dee I the Hudsons are in Bonifay. .
place In the Championship; Leon F. Milner, minister. Mrs. the. end zone. The E, P. .
Dee ; Lisa Mc- of his
Rich prettiest !. Friday night guests Place In Jax FairA :
most original: Vicki were Ernie Williams and Plight of the Keystone Golf George Canova, organist. Mrs. :failed and Lawtey led at half- -
IPherson. Tournament over the week William Warren Secretary.Sunday time 197. Neither team was
like Halloween. Hunt of Gainesville.Don 1
|Second place went to Joste Norris of Jacksonville end. Nice going, Earl I School 9:40: a. m. able to score In the 3rd Qual'tel' cattle second Judging place and] In aevrnthplace dairy: : r The Honor Agent designation is one of the top ; ,;

Suzy Hudson is spending Morning Worship 11 a. m. but Southern Discount .
Mathews Leon and Sun-
prettiest spent Saturday night
; in livestock judging! ..
I I Duncan. most original; and day with Wayne. Wyves returned this week with us while her :Nursery- at 11 a. m. service had a threat end with a fum- won by two teams of the :. recognitions offered by the company to its agents. > ; .
Klnzer most !!Ike Hal- parents, Mr. and MM. Alfred only. ble which Lawtey recovered at
Mark and
spent Sunday night
Starke FPA Chapter at the
Hudson of Gainesville, are In the 18 yard line. The 3va> : Liberty National is proud of this representative. II
loween. with him.Getting Greater Jacksonville Fair last
Bon tra l'. They are visiting Mrs. -PresbyterianFaith quarter ended with she: score : .
5 Judges were MM. John back to the specs Hudson's mother Mrs. H. K. Presbyterian Church 19-7 and Lawtey In possession week. .

Struwn Mrs. Richard Smith,.' they are biting on the brush Chitty, and other members of -Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., min Ctf( the ball with a 2nd and 4 Members of the dairy Judg- : Less than 5% of Liberty National's: representatives ;
and Mrs. Phil Kromer. pile, drifting, and trolling. Mr. the family. ister. :Mrs. W. A. Wallace, organist at Southern Discount 24 yard ing team were John Harrison, .

I Goforth and Tetrtone of Jacksonville Pete and Joyce Barton, ; Mrs. Carl Swisher Reggie Norman, Jimmy Wilkinson : can achieve this honor each quarter of the ;
7v.mmt..v.atn.nINDIAN ] 'caught 35 out from line.On
and Gregory
summer organlBt.
the 4th
Charlie and Vanetta Morris, 1st play of the
Barnhlll's Camp last Friday. Mrs. W. C. Ward, and Mary Sunday School, 9-4S: a.m. quarter Donnle Wise raced 54 the: livestock Juddiig tear year selection is based on a high and consistent. .
BEACH Paul Horne, Sam Dixon and Morning Worship. 11 a.m. W'IL'Im'al'' Clemons. Tom .
Ella Watterson and daughters; yards for Lfuwtey's 25trt point
son caught 70. spent the weekend in Tampa Sunday, (Nursery open both Wayne Teiton made the E. P. Hardy. Mike Tow anj Jimmy! record of life insurance sales and service. :

1 (Lake Sots :F.) Griffin's Lodge reports good with Mr. ana. Mrs." Ralph Fill-! hours.) and Lawtey led 26-7 with 5:49: Alvarez. .. ..

By: Michael H. Chlttjr 'business on Saturday, tout the mon and family. ,left to play.] On the ensuing The Starke and Bradford .
cold kept the fair-weather -FplscopiU6t. kick-off Southern Discountran FFA Chapters. will loin forcesto life
Ph. 475-1171 Mrs. Margaret Shauijhnessy Anne's William Liberty National is one of the leading :
fishermen away Sunday. was admitted to Bradford Rev. one play and (then lost take part in a patriotic' assembly .

AAAA AAAAAA.AAA AA.1 A AA AJ Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant I County Hospital, where she I. Jones, Vicar. the ball on a fumble, at their a.t BardfoM, High Insurance companies in the United States-ranking :

,1 1 Greetings, good neighbors.This spent the weekend with their underwent surgery Tuesday.She Morning Prayer and Ser 25. Lawtey was unable to capitalize \ School next. week County .
is your rolling-reporter daughter-in-law] Mrs. Dorothy I Is in room 110 and would mon, 2nd and 4th Sunday on the break as Southern Judge T. A. Yawn will speak in the upper 3% of the more than 170O life insurance :

With the Indian Beach Bryant, in Cedar Key. appreciate hearing from '*::30 a.m. (nursery open.) Discount held and took the colors will be presented by .

i The fish are still biting report., and Mrs. W. E. Kite spent the friends. Holy] Eucharist and< sermon over in downs at the ]6. Each American Legion' and the FFA companies. Insurance in force now exceeds $3.7 :
1st and 3rd Sundays, 8:30: .A. team took over on downs after Chapters will present the .
weekend In Jacksonville
I'm still catching 'em. Last her mother, Mrs. Kuykendall. The cool weather has slowed m. (nursery open). Church .this and on the last. ; pray;. of opening and closing ceiemon- : V>" week, I finally got:the monkeyoff down the visiting somewhat, Presi- .. .
Eu- Bradford
Kite the weekend School 9:30 *m. "Holy: the game Bennett In on op- lea Chapter
'back.' I 'beat Uncle Alfred Rodney spent and once again news has de .
my charist. 8 a.m. each Sunday. tion play went 15 yards for a dent Greg Alvarez will be .,
with friend in Cocoa Beach,
it's cool, \
and Grandpa ChIttyall creased. Even though : :
I Evening Prayer, 7:30: p.m. T. D. Wise! made tho E. P master of: ceremonies. : '
in one week. Until last surfing.: They !Iwere nearly the fish are still blUn;. So get .
frozen 'out. They must have 'I each Sunday. EYC, 6:30 p.m. and Lawtey had the win 337.Lawt.ey \ I .r .
thursday, Uncle Alfred beat your warm clothes on and get .
each Sunday. had a total rushingof / .
180 yards while Southern TilE KIG1IT POINT for the '
Dally offices of Morning .... iW .e..s.s.------s-e.---.s
Discount had 115. I
the write. Come In
JAcKSONVILLE and Evening Prayer 8:00: a-ni. Charles Green won the and way select you favorite CSTERBROOK .L 3.ERTY
I BUSINESS DIRECTORYAuto and 5:00: p.m. game's leading gains with 108 your fountain pen. 4. NATIONALLIFE :

yards. Joey Bennett had 94. I
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Church of Keystone
I Heights; : Vicar Richard
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MOTORCYCLES After six games, the Cow-
LANDROVER PIANOSFor Divine wor&hlp Sunday 11 boys and the Rams are tied)I

a. m. Holy Communion 2nd for the lead in the small, fry .
Sunday. of each month. flag football league with OPEN FRIDAY! II J'.I.J' lJllll".4.

The World's Finest in HONDA Musical AdviceC. Services held]: each Sunday wins and a loss each. The 31 TILL, 9OQ: .oJ +., .. '. -

4 Wheel Drives MOTORCYCLES CARTER NICE at St. Anne's Episcopal) teams were to meet eacih ::;
Sold and Serviced by Tuesday. Nov. 7, !in a showdown
Church keystone lelghta
I. Roberts' Chevrolet 'n/ with results not avail- 3 :: CDJJUILTIN I >;

Green Cove Spring. 3033 .ALL MODELS able for this week's paper. :u .iii_.....,_ '"
Jacksonville 204-96UO "f\ -Baptist In last week's action, the]I .

Merchants Green Stamps :It;\! J j' \.ia Worship eemricca : Sunday Rams Increased their recordby e OVEN and I=
11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. [nurserypenl. downing the Packers 32-19\

I JEEp Established 1948 ]. and the Colts 70. The Cow-, =
Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M.
Chickering & Sunday School, 9:49:, ... m. boys kept pace by deiea/tina/ ;
Vehicles Other Name Brands 1JIAoIon. the Colts 21-14 and the Pack- iRANrE !
Tues., Wed., Thurs., Frl. fnursery open] Training = j

seep Wagoner Station PIANOS: CONN ORGANS 8:3: p. m. [nuraory\ opou) ers 136.The .
A t| Wagons Open Sat8 A.M. fl P.M.
2631 Park JackaonUUe388.8519 Rev Lawrence Carroll. Cowboys are led by jI i

Jeep Universals pactnr:. Andy and Randy Crews and 1 1A -- "-
Trucks -
S Jeep Gladiator Closed Sunday & :Monday Drew Bary, while Lance JIf

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- .SECTION 3 PACE' 4 _. ORD ooTwr TELlORAPI'i.' artAKKia FLORIDA N A!>, ins)

:Services 'Held Merrill Futch Family Named FIRST CHURCH METHODIST, STARKE c i, i rf N d
For Mrs. demons
Outstanding In Leon CountyThe 1 Sunday Church, School,
At New ,Hope. ,9:45: a. m.; Morning! Worship,
(Mrs. ft. tel I title of Leon County's and Master's degrees In Agri-
I Annie !nons, -S3 ,MYF, 6 p. m.; MYF meetings,
Uod satur ,.; in Btlttni\ : Outstanding Farm Famil. for cultural Science from the 6.30: p. m; Evening Worship! ,
'where j he ilaj beets 'living' ;; 1967 has been won by Mr and University of norlda. His 7 p. m. fie

Jirtfih. her fta&&. ..'.i,'Mi* +tf; w.jUlpchurcti. r Mrs. Merrill C. Fitfch, who wife was a registered: nurse Monday Circle 3, 3:30: p
'? the Florida State before their marriage.
She wS born In manage: m.; Commission on Education
- radford 17. University dairy farm in Tallahassee Their children Martha. 21. I.
= County on May 7 p. m.; Official. Board, 8 p.
-.J 833 and! was he daughter of and Charles 23. are tooth on.
r -'the late Milton and Candaay Mr. Futrh Is the son of Mr graduates of FSU. CliarleA is Tuesday Circle 4, 10 a.
1 ::,"']Johnson Fors .,tIl. she was a And Mrs C. A. Futch of a marine biologist In St. Pet- on.: Circle 5, 10 a. m.; Wesleyan -- --. -

member of the Primitive BapJjjtlst Starke and holds Bachelor'i ersburg. Service Guild, 7:30: p. BAPTIST

w Besides her daughter she Is ..AAAAAuuaau.AAAAAi 300 acres under cutlvatlon: i Wednesday Bible Study CHURCH ciitritJcii, CHURCH: CHURCH CHURCH

I survived by one son Louts C. producing dairy products: for and Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. Sunday School 10:00 a. m., Schedule of services: Sun Sunday School. 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
the FSU service and Schedule of services: Sunday
,,* :Clemons Jr. of Waycross, Ga, HAMPTONBy food pro- m. Morning Worship. 11:00: a, School 10 11 day School 9:45: a. m. Morn- Morning Worship, 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. m.;
viding grazing hay and silage a.m. Worship,
_nine grandchildren and 13JJJ for the 250 unrverslty- i Friday Junior Choir Rehearsal m.. Training Union 7:00: p, Ing Worship. 10:45: a. m. and 7 p. m-Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.t

great/! grandchildren. Jo Ann Incksuaau..u..ua.u crops owned cattle.. 3 p. m. m.. Evening Worship, 8:00: p a.m.Union and 7:30 p.m. Training: Training. Union, 6:45: p. m. Baker pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
mZ Funeral services were held 6:30: p.m. Rev. Jack Evening Service, 7:45.. MidWeek Sing each Friday at 8
A veteran of 28 years "r m.. : Thursday Visitation 10 8 p. m.
_( t 2 m Wednesday In New DEIJAN BAPTIST CHURCH Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY .
p. managing the FSU dairy Mr. Prayer meeting Wed.. '7:3: ( Prayer Service Wednesday a. m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pas

-- The Post Office wille Futch says the location provides BROOKER p. m.Rev.. Virgil Lott, LAKE 7:45: p. m tor.

closed all day Saturday In observance the family with most of Sunday School, 10 a. m. !Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST
of Nov. 11. Veterans the advantages of both city Morning; Worship. 11 a. m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY! CALVARY BAPTIST
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m.
and country living althoughthe DAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
Union 6:30 m.
r Training : p.
7oto.OSa Day.Mrs.. Zelma Gorley of Lake farm keeps them too busy Evening Service, 7:30.: Re/ BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a. m. 6X: W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship, il a. m. Sunday School, 10 .. m.
Training Union 6:15 p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m
Union, Evening
Training 7 m.
for hobbles They are affiliated p.
Worth and Mrs. Evelyn Hides! Lacy Conway pastor.SING services: Sunday School. 10
r 666 of Jacksonville were visiting with St. Johns Episcopal! Sunday School. 10 a. m.;; Evening Service 7:30: p. m. a. m. Preaching, 11 &. m. Worship 8 p. m. Training Union 6:30: p. m.
: Church In Tallahassee.As HELD Morning Worship Service. 11 Midweek :Prayer Service. service Evening Service 7:30.: Prayer
t k their parents Mr. and Mrs. TO BE Training Union. 6:15: p m. Wednesday night ,
Q. C. Cox last week.. a leading farm family AT AlRI'ARK BAPTIST a, m.: Training Union 8:30: ( Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come Evening Worship 7 m 7:30 p. m. Everyone welcome. Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. :
Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp the Futches joined 14 other p. m.; Evening Worship 7:30: let us worship together. Everyone welcome ElderT. -L. L. Parker, pastor. m.-Rev. RH.. Butler,
of New River and Fverett Outstanding Farm Families aa 1 A sing will be held at the P. m.. pastor.
I .
PINE LEVEL C. Williams
Renfroe of Tampa visited Mr guests; of honor at the North lAlrpark Baptist Church on Prayer Meeting Wed.. 7:30p. : r1S1 pastor. CHURCH OF CRRISTSunday

-r and Mrs. J E. Adkins last Florida Fair Including a ban- Saturday, Nov. 11 Singers to m.; Q. A. Meeting Wed.,, Sunday School 10>> a. m HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Friday. quet at the Floridan Hotel. be featured are: The Sentinels 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal l, Morning Worship; ll .. m FIRST PRESBTTERiAltSunday : Bible] Study 10
v+. r: The Sertnonetts, The Var- Wed.. 7:30: Brother Pre-ServloM [Booster Band a. m.; Morning Worship and Sunday School UU: a. as.
Mrs. Cleo Hunter of Ft.Lauderda.le p. m.; School 9:43: a. d.Morning I Morning Wor .
nJp 11 .
Ireta Joseph B. Norman nes and Ortffls Family. The hood meeting last Monday Young People, and PraY'- Communion Service 11 a. m. a m.Training
and Mrs. Prophecies and the AipparkSingers Service], 6 Worship, 11 a. m. Evening services 6:30. I \ union. 9:30': p. m.
Oarfalo were visiting Mr. and In each month. Rev David p. m. Evening I :
Funeral Services welcome. I Youth Fellowship, 6 m.
Everyone p. Training Union 7:00: p. m.
Mrs. George Saxon last week. MedelroB. pastor. Worship 7 .* m. Midweek Wednesday Worship aerv*

-- The community wishes to Held Monday.Joseph HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Service, Wednesday 7:30: p I Choir Practice Ice 7 p. m. Minister Jack 1'. : Evening Prayer Service.Service 8:00.: Midweek -
their deepest I 8 p.m. WednOSda1'1 I 7:30:
express sympa- pas-1 bell. I
Crosby.l m.-Rev. D. L. Ramsey -
-, thy to the family of W. J. B. Norman 65, died Rev. Robert D. p. m. Wednesday.
[ Therm
Bule Crosby attended a Highway 100 a& **] tor.
Green. of Injuries received last Friday
luncheon at the First Baptist Sunday School 10 a. m.
--. Mrs Margaret Brown Mrs. when struck by an automobile Church in Gainesville Sunday. Morning Worship-II a. m,
Blanche Searcy and (Mrs. while crossing the ,
Ask Birthday Party For Training Union-6:30: p. m.
Myrtle Watterson of Hender- street In Dinsmore, where he Jean Terrell
sonville. N. C. are cptmdlns had lived for several years. entertained Evening Worship 7:15: An Your
Mrs. Pat Dickens : p. m. I investment In Future
." Charley several days with Mrs. M. L. Mr. Norman was born la with a ,birthday party at
,.. March, Wednesday Nlgnt :aver:!
Bradford on
Watterson Myrtle lOans: tD County
,> remain for the winter months. 9, 1902 and was the son of her home recently for Miss Services 7:30: p m. Rev.
E Jean Terrell on her sixteenth ?1'
The community wishes to the late Ebbie and Maggie Ad- birthday. The party rooms Merle Packham pastor. I "TrEmlJ C'8'? '' m1l :

Johns r4A: express their deepest symja- ,kins Norman. He was a retired were decorated with fall flow-
roofer and a member of
thy to Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mc- ers. Games, were enjoyed dur- I NORTIISIDE BAPTIST 4e+.s t..kMlrtrYf4brlir
Carver In the loss of her mo- the Baptist Church.Surviving ing the evening. Refreshmentswere I ,

: about this question: ther In Philadelphia last week. Is one :.1.n.ughter'l served by Mrs. Dickensto I Located on Baywos: rflgii I II
Garland of Jack
Mr. and Mrs. P H. Lott Mrs Osteen I
the 25 guests. way [SR 2291]at Ratford RoalrSR I
have been visiting relatives In sonville; four broth .'S, Edward
: "More than 1,500.000 [ 161. Services: /Bundaj,
i Credit Cards were reported Memphis, Tenn. and Eupora, Norman Starke; Earn Wm. J. Greene School, 10 a. m. Sundae
Miss for the past week. Mrs. est and Albert Norman, both HAft'VEST
: lost or stolen last year, Ted Curtis and family returned of Gainesville and James Services Set Morning Worship. 11 a. m
:' usually with a financial with them for a stay. Norman Columbus Ga.: four Training Union, 6:30: p. m

loss to the card owner. sisters Mrs. Laura M. Royal For FridayWilliam Evening Service 7:30.: MidWeek "VVjiile, / the earth remolneth seedtime and haruest'and cold and heat,
Lakeland; Mrs. Rosa M. Prayer Service, Wednesday -
Can a Homeowner or Hope Primitive Baptist Thomas Polk City; Mrs. Jay Greene, 66, of 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn 1.*,..- and summer and, winter, and day and night shall not cease.".
j Farmowner policy be endorsed Gainesville Hampton died Tuesday morn- hon pastor.
Church near Lacrosse with Maude Morris ;
::i to cover such credit Elder Herman Moody off icla- and Mrs. Elvlee Jones Plant Ing In a Starke hospital aftera Genesis SJ1,

:| card losses, extending also ting Interment was In the City; and three grandchil brief illness. He was born BETHEL BAPTIST CIIURCV -'

., to forgery against personal church cemetery under direction dren. :In Georgia on August 19, 1901 I Y ;

:' savings and checking;; of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Funeral services were held and had lived In Hampton for Morning Sunday School 10 a. m II The harvest each year should remind u* of GcxTl great" promise to I man.
accounts Home. at 2 p. m. Monday in Jones 11 years. He was a retired Worship 11 a. m I

.. Active pallbearers were Roy Memorial Chapel with Dr. millwright and a member of Evening Worship 730:: p. m I This promise was made right after the great flood from which only Noah

: Charley E. Johns Clemons, W. C. Clemons Jr.. Robert C. Gray, of Jacksonville the Catholic Church. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. hrWednesday I and hit Ark survived. Just prior to the flood all men lived to evilly &that
officiating[ Interment Surviving Is his widow '
Jack Uuchuroh, Bud Clemons Rtr. w. INewmans
Agency !Oayland Bruscia, and. Bill was in Dyal Cemetery with Esther Flowers Greene, of pastor. I it grieved the Lord that he had made man of the earth. 4
:t DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Hampton; four daughters Mrs.
'1 131 PHONF.S. Walnut 9fi4-Kn7f!' St. Pace. Home in charge of arrange- Anne Hallquist: of Stf. Augustine FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Today the churches stand as a bulwark against evil.! Attend( church

: .- _. ," ments.Active pallbearers were Bud I I: Greenville; Mrs. S.Thelma C.; Mrs.Stewart Olivia, West OF STARKE I regularly to that never again would man grieve the Lord as before. ..,,
Howell, 'Sacramento Calif. St. and Rai-
.. Alvarez, Freeman Crosby I : ; ford Road
., Buck Alvarez Tate Alvarez and Mrs. Margaret Calderon. i Y
Marcus Conner, and Floyd San Antonio Texas: two'l1Ims. Services" : 1,0:00: a.m.
Crosby.Twnyyyy1yvyyyyyyR. I Ralph of Houston, Texas, and Sunday : rOo'A.m..
Morris Greene, Atlanta'' ;' Ga.; Morning Worship; 6:30: prn.

iHamipton, and Frank Greene Evangelistic Services.

I, Bavless 'HiWa iMoultrie Ga.; three sisters; t Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Mld-:

V Mrs. :Aletha Pitftnan, Homer. Week Prayer Meeting W.k .
vine, Ga.; Mrs. Mildred Owens Pastor: RPV.! George Green
By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAavaaauAAAAAAau.A.a Orlando; and Mrs M. T. Moore Jr.
,: Moultrle, Ga.Funeral k
services will 'be held(

:i Grow' 'em I f ;iMrs. Beverly Spence of at, 10 a.m. Friday In Jones AIRPARK BAPTIST /
I Il Jacksonville visited her parents Memorial' Chapel with Father 0' ,
.. Sunday School 10 ,
Mrs. O. E. a. m
Mr. and Edward Kirby of St. Edward's N
l i Crosby and grandmother, Mrs. Catholic Church' officiating. Morning Worship 11 a m
fastsieeh/ J. L. Johns, Sunday. They Interment will follow in the< Training Union 7 p. m.. Evening -

# were all dinner guests of Mr. San Lorenzo Cemetery I in, St. Service. 8 p. m.-Rev. ,.
$ and Mrs. O. 8. Crosby In Augustine under direction ot Leroy Olive Pastor.

] Gainesville.Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones IFunera\ n

'" M. D. Medelras and Home. FIRST' BAPTIST CHURCH S

Diggedandl_ daughters: Misses Janice and STARKE

: i .. .... ', i.al.:1.. : Larlnda spent Friday and 1npe1''Y. MIDWAY NOTICKI CEMETERY: Sunday. -+t Sunday School, 7ht a..nto"ted'.pp.in. .sd"otMcy III(Mi wM ftr fnai\ni\ "Hit'" knawMi. .. if(lilt..In* 'o."i 17iI
:11'" \ '. 1, Saturday with relatives ,'9:45.: Morning Worship ll; fw man and if Ml<.lewd. ..hr ma*H.........ta IM" 1ft.l ty(mini Mi iwghbor.WittMul :

: I ''''- save .... ;.... d have recently been appointed sermon, "Put on the Whole this irwndlitf 'hi" "DM'" .bvt .( Cod .. ..........., w HfMf or .., d Nit, will. "twif : .
( ; Our community was sad. secretary-treasurer: 01: .'Armour of God." Training '.....If.end.. DM.tmAxni.. .hkk m.MM. ."d.er.n InMHoUy pwiili."Thesis"' ,MMIran :.

:: ith fulp.p Milk Replace r dened by the death of Joe the Midway Cemetery near union.. 6:13.: Evening Worship. HIM. MM d(trln, III'riiwU"" .Wfport IN hush ,Iw "Iht uk. tl, DM nllutf :J
; ;, Norman. We extend our sym, Lake Butler in Union County 7:30: ; sermon :J'Stewardshlp t of hlnndf'.4 tilt lemll,. Iiy..i4 Mss .Anew. nay fintn ihnM.. uphoM, tnd pen '''

., Mil.l.iNG. pathy to his family. and have made arrangementsto .Influence." ti,.... In "Nit" Own tees. k Mh the hull ..'. .man'i ,W.,d.ek..d. talkiy' ; "Hwfn "(;:
:: C. & L CO. Mr! and Mrs. C. C. Crosby !hire a man to take care of Monday R. A. Meeting >m wlildi .,.' will ,nt kirn "hit tt lltt. chlU. If l M. 0l1N j jThis
I attended church In Gainesville I the grounds.(' This service can 6: Youth Choir Practice. .7. C.,._..........

:EL: Phone 473-3001 Keystone Heights Sunday and were dinner be maintained, we think If Tuesday Helen Master _
.. guests of Mr and Mrs Bobby every family having loved Circle. 9:30: Ida Darby Circle -

r. ones buried at Midway :twill at home of Mrs. 0 Paul Feature Published in the Interest of'a Better
Community by the
.., send $15 a year. Raymond Lorena Epperson Follow-

.n-. Please send this money to Circle at home of Mrs. Lola big Civic-Minded Business Firms

.. Weeta T. Burnsed, Box 326, Johnson both at 2:30.: Junior
''Macclenny, or to the !Midway Choir and Sunbeams. 3::30.I FAULKNERSINCLAIR
:; Put a Barrier Between Them Cemetery Fund. Farmers &: Primary Choir 4. Lottie Moon Edwards Grocery & STARKE BUILDERS

.. .. -. -"-.- -. Dealers Bank Lake Butler.I Circle at the church Ethel SERVICE
Biggs Circle at home of Mrs.I. .
am also making an effort SUPPLIES Inc.
... Mkt.
T. Jones ,
both at 7:30. U-HAUL RENTALS
.' to compile a mailing list of

..1, all people interested In this Wednesday Prayer: Meeting Truck Trailer Groceries-Meats-Feeds Featuring Age! Hardwnr*
.. cemetery. I urge you to :send 7. Church Choir[ Practice, Complete Paint Suup plies
., me your. name and address and 7:45.: Complete Lubrication Gas & Oil and Sporting Goods

:: would like for you to encour- Thursday Weekday Bible
Minor "CHl: CK;
Tune-ups Ph. 964-5312 Starke WITH US FIRST"
10. Fla.
e Y,, I age your relatives to do so. Visitation 7. ,
:::1 I Please send your money -W. A. Hogan. pastor 709 S. Walnut Ph. 961.5899 219 1 WMhlngton St. 9618370Lawson
ulel 1 soon so we can get this proJect

.. I underway.-Weeta T. Burned Sunday School. 9:45.: MornIng DOYLE CONNER ri" ... Meat Market

:il Worship, 11. Training
SecretaryTreasurerMidway AND COLD
..' r rUse I Cemetery Union 6:15.:: Evening Worship, Insurance Agency STORAGE

I, 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer Meet- OF STARKE INC. U'. Specialize In Content BJaap'V -
., Post 56 Plans lag 7:30.: S-A- -E Inl'. Cutting: Wrapping
- .. n___ Cooper, With Your Mutual Agent Deep Freoa
.. :, V eterans &
.lay Ph. 964-7600
.. I ObservanceAmerican CHURCH OF GOD 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 Starke, Fla. rllOYE 9841059A

.. 422 N. Clair st.,. Stark _
:: Sunday School. 10 Worship
a. m. -
Legion Post 56
n II will hold Services 11 a.: m. and 7 VICKERY GARAGE BAUN'S GULF
.. its Day observance -
p. m. YPE Wednesday! 7
at Ole school on Friday $
01'.r Nov. 10, Commander Bill Prayer Meeting Friday, 7 p. 528 S. Walnut St. SERVICE .

.:.: Our Night Depository! J Soto announced yesterday. m.-Rev 1. S. Williams' .pastor. Phone 961.6022 T'Complete

rear Brief ceremonies will! be held I AutomotiveREPAIRS t NEXT TOHOLIDAY
01. i
.. at a general assembly of students I
at 10 a.m. Friday in the STARTS NOV.- INN 0 TROL,"

I BHS auditorium, with the Evangelist, J. Koonta For Every Need U. S. 301 NORTH
post's Color Guard participat and his family __ OIUUW. I0.
1 1rr FLQRIDAI.r ing. The will 'be are conducting .
;program sponsored tent; revival service In the ALTERNATOR SERVICEE. Phone 964-5340:
by local EPA chapters.
1200 block on N. Temple Are."!
County Judge T. A. Yawn I from Nov. 8 through the 19th. 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.

..mm. ..': 1 ill"TI'I { fS''f I ? d .''R- '<' ;:ir will raising speak ceremony during preceding a brief flag-the Other members of the family Charley; I Johns BRADFORDABSTRACT Phone[ 964-5745 for FREE

01. lit :I I\I; ;! football participating are Vona Koontz. Inspections & Estimates
game Friday night, '' Agency
evangelist leader
and song ,
:: .
;,: Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. '.4' I Soto said. Mr.and Koontz Danny plays Koontz.the organ.drums. 131 s. Walnut Ph. 91-5070 Company Hunt Shell Service

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group I Adjustable Vln| I 1 Book The public Is Invited to attend Nobody GENERAL But Nobody DfSURANCB Cndenella 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST

; ... Cavers. All lima SO Wilts ea. services nightly a* 7:30.:: ,1 Charley E. Johns Agency 5farke, Fla. Ph. 9Gl-6FVl' Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 964.6111
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Florida Crown Members To Tour glnnintr at 0:30: ThurrAv final' acoountln In tile tlntat Quarter of the NW Quarter, of I ISectlon Atroot J rknonvlle' Florida' Witness. my hand and the
I morning the group will tour of C K. Bandackor, also knowh 16, Township t South, 322ns, and file; the originalwith seal of said Court on October<
aa Charles E. Boedecker, d.- Range U Basthas the clerk of the abovo 88 197.
New Vo-Tech School BusinessesA the new $383,000 vo-tech for camd and nolle l I. further been filed airalnst you and styled Court on or before November (SEAL)
two hours. Dlr. Ted Oglesby then that after publication o-f you> are required. to nerve a .27 1987. otherwise a Charts A. Darby.
will teal them of the role ofvocatlonaltecamtcal rY thin notice once each work for I copy o.f your written defenses. judgment may be entered Clerk Circuit Court
day-Ion tour of the new meeting, to be hosted by the In four oonmtcutlv vr *.ka application If any, to It on Kata A Kats, tfralnat vou fur the relief demanded By Beulah M. Moody Deputy
Bradford Union Vocational Bradford County Chamber centers will be mart to the, attorneys for Plaintiff, whocoiaddree in the complaint of Clerk
providing, Industry with trained Honorable Theron A. Yawn Is SIT: East
Technical Center and other I Forsyth petition 11st
Includes an out-door barbecue County Jud e of Bradford lI/SI

Bradford\ Industries is ched-', Thursday afternoon *rom 4:30: Industry's workers. need) for trained County of "aid Florida aoomintlnic, for the and approval for ,,: .:. '- -.\: ,;":'-.:-:::.-.- :--:. -t'I':;.-: '. :': ;;_ _-'.:<"- : ",:..:;,.:., '.:' :",.'.,::" \ :, ..-.._.".".'-_' .: .""
ulC'i. next "Iftursctay.! :Nov.! 16. to 6:30: when the Crown members workers and Its success In securing .the final dlHoharxt of the un- '
for the North Florida Area and guests will be guests I, these workers will be .demlitned.ld Kniate.Clara: a." Administratrix of

Crown Councils: of Chambers of Florida Hydrocarbon Ci.a .: discussed' by Everett CUm. A. Admlnlntralrlx O. Oarit of the mutate NOVEMBER
of Commerce. .>t Broo *r. I personnel' manager of Florida of C. E Boedeoker, alMo known
a< Charlea E. Boedeoker, da-
Agenda for the Crown After a business aess.'on! be- Machine & Foundry Co Dr.IT'S lee.ed, I
11/3 4t 11/91

I..* The Coooty J.ila-e'. Court
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ILLEGAL IN Probate REt Eaute No. of CARL,
JOHNS, Dooeaned.. r
All creditor of the entitle of
4 arl John duceaaud, are I
This car nurrowly nilsird crashing, Into a hotwe trullnr hereby notified and re<|ulr dtu
For Any Person Person to Engage in and home in* any claima or doniandfl' <
when of
or I. a It turned over on SK-103 In front lee which they may have nicalnet18HIJ :. 1
Grocery lust Frkluy night Nov; 3. eatate In the office of I CALVERT'S EXTRA

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless the houea County County,at Florida Judge Starke, In of the Bradford Florldal Court-';

Car Demolished Driver Unhurt \ within six calendar months OKEARLY 4.96
from the date of the firstpublication

The Name 'Is Registered.d A. 1967 Chevrolet coupe was his automobile as he attemptd each. In writing claim.. of or and demand this must notice.state mum1b !I I TIMES

totally demolished tut its to P'iss.The the place or residence andpost I
driver Rower Gary Wl'll'inu' Chevrolet traveled 278 I office address of the
Read This Florida Law Keystone Heights escaped In- feet off the pave-nent beforeIt to claimant:by: the and claimant must' be hl..' sworn atentl!
Jury when the' car went out stopped.. A witness! reported or hi* attorney, or It will lie- 3 FOR 12.99
.! -. .: of control and turned over on :t Poled over three times The coin void according to law

"II shall be unlawful for any person or'persona, ..defined .bar. .!*. U SR-100 City Friday Patrolman night' Nov.Harold 3. house car came trailer to and rest came between within a /S// CAKI SANDRA 1* of JOHNSCoExecutora J. the DiniKKHS Estate of

engage In business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein de Crews reported that Williamswas Inches of hitting Dees Groceryas Carl Johns, deceased
IlnP.d..vfthout and unless said fictitious name. shall b* registered with the traveling south when he It careened'' off lee road: 199 South Walnut Street I
attempted to nether' 4tarke, Flnrlila
.lerk .f the circuit court of the county where the principal place .f busiaMM vehicle in front of Dewi Grocery Crews sa.1dWIlUams Attorney for Co-executors WED., FRI., SAT. NITESBobbys
10IB 4t 11/0
(Is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an aT* on south Madison Street was treated and -
Williams between 30 released from the Bradford:
fkfartt signed! by all Interested persons stating< under oath the names fJI going !. The Circuit Court !. Sad.
and 40 mph lost control ol County Hospital. For Bradford Cenaty. Klorlda.V .
theme Interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest ..*n No, ll>l
United. States Finance Com HideawayWALDO
of each and the fictitious name under which said business Is carried CITIZENS BAND pany, Ino., a corporation Plaintiff
Thurman, Bailey, director of RADIO OPERATORS VB. Calvin W. Goodman,
on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring Industrial education for tbs Defendant.
to engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his 01'their Florida State Department/ of All Citizen's Band radio operators To) Calvin NOTICF W OF Goodman SUIT LIQUORSOne
Education: will discuss the status are Invited to attenda ReHldiMioe .
intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four and the future of Indus- meeting to be held at the are hereby notified that
(4)) consecutive! weeks In some newspaper as defined by law In the coontv trial vocational education!: In Civil Defense, building at the an for action Deed to encumbering foreclose agreement" the fol Mile North of Waldo U.S. 301 Phone 468-99,13
Fairgrounds at
7 p. m. Thunj-
where said registration Is to be shall not be the state. lowing" d""s rlbed property In
made and paid registration day. Nov. 9. Purpose of the Bradford County Florida: ,
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof .? The vo-tccn school tour willconclude meeting is to organize a communications The NE Quarter of the SE
: wilt a panel discus
club. The
I I president -
nich publication. sion with questions from of the Macclenny olut>
Crown members. 'IWUl,.attend

If you are engaged in business under any name group Thursday will tour afternoon Bradford: business the- la Th Count ..n.I.....'. Court I
Including the Red Barn lit ort.d For Urailfortl Co.ner.j! Now Showing.
Chicken Ranch owned by Red I .
In list Estate of C. E. Doe-
other than and have had this Emanuel the BradfoAl Furniture deoker. also known a. Charles
your own. not name Corp.. duPont Company fil. Boedecker. IAweaaed.FINAL I
Owen Joist and the Florida NOTICJNotIce !

properly advertised and registered, we will be Hydrocarbons gas plant. day the of undersigned SePtember Is Hereby, on 1967.Given the filed first that a I LARGEST STOCK OFTYPEWRITERS

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THURSDAY. NOW. a 1w.....
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Courthouse Sets Circuit Court

Light Pecan Harvest I Friday Holiday,

\ I Banks, City Sat. i Fall Term Let's Go To The -1

Predicted This Year The Bradford! Coun't'Courtholwe I Begins Monday
: will b"' closed all
day Filday.! Nov 10 in obtervanca -I 1".1'" ') term of Circuit Court
A Uffht pooan !liui) vest Is appaicntly celent: season for peca-i
< in ebola this season' prices saw the nabs. sell for an ( of AiinlvUce Day this, will tvfn: here Msnday, Nov. i
If the li/(ht market", and h'xhprises ,I average of 29 cents 1 per pound: Saturday. Nov. 11, County: 13. at 9:30: with' Judro John I
of fht I Clerk' Charles Darby announced A II Muiphree presiding.
the auctlj' ail.::'' 14 71S pounds were solJ FOOTBALL GAME
last Thursday; are any Indication -' for $4,024. ;>\fa load of 23 ea es.
13e-a use of high prices In The Florida Bank as Stark, There are no capital cases
the Community< State Bank 11-tPd on the, bench docket.Cn .
A high of 63 ceils for a prospect and the scarcity or'
n and the Starke City Hall will!
group of Schley pecans and nuts growers will probably be lit the fact that/ only 8,777 out shaking< trees to get their be closed on Armiftlce Day. State Prison Inmate Wayne\!
po( 'mda of the hard-shelled trult on the market. Most nuts The courthouse Is closing/ Fulk. assault by a stale:: \, prisoner '
1 fruit reached the Farmer'sMarket will probably. be on the !Friday because County Offices with a deadly weapon, I
made pecans a. Christmas -I ground by the end of November are dlnarily closed on Saturday as-cult with !Went to commit II;
s> delicacy Lowest: pi Ice according) to Asst. County murder and: possession! of instrument 0 11
f was a stuivv' 33 cents a Agent Bobby Taylor. or weayon by a state I i
v for some seedlings pound\ Just two. years ago. the first STOny HOUR p.:Isoner.
Tae entire 5,777 pjunas sold'! auction sold 8,373 pounds for AT THE LIBRARYThe Oaell Williams, assault up- TORNADOES YS. LAKE CITY
r for an average of 47 cents per only $682.Average. Bradford County LIbrary on an officer by a state, prisoner. -,
pound: or a total of $2,711. price per pound last Invites a'J chlldien ago ''
; Robert Allen, market manage, Thursday was: Stuart, 55 6 through 9, to Story Hour wil11am Ralph Nabors per-
I said Thursdays> auction. probably cents; Vandenvans, 53 cents; on Thursday Nov. 9, from Jury. I
brought the best prices Russells, 81H cents; Successand 3:30: to 413 p. m "It's A Escape charges are pentlng
ever obtained at a pecan sale Curtis a large nut, 50 Bear Season" is the theme against Inmates Henry Tompson -
here, but It would ,take a cents each,: Kennedy, 45 this week with Mrs. George Wlllio Dennis Rhern.
lengthy check of market records Sylvester Joe Thomas, and
cents. Teach 43 cent: ; Ban- Winkler as storyteller.DANK
to verify the statement dell 41 cents; mixed nuts, 40 David E. Clark II,
"How ;high the trend will go cents; Money Makers, 39 HOLIDAY Cnrthel James: Rushing Jr..
wa have to wait to find out. cents, and seedling, :34 cents: resisting an officer: with vlo-|'
I dont see any indication: that Sales will be ,held each The Community :stalj: Dank lonreThotlBI( FRIDAY NOV. 10-7:30 P.M.BRADFORD
the price will go down very:, Thursday except Thanksgiving of Starke and:! the Florida W. Potts Sr.,
much" Allen said. Day as long as the supply Bank at Starke will not be' TM"iT's W Potts Jr., and .
Last year, considered! an ex- I or nuts lasts Allen (aid.j open for business on Satur, Daniel: Potts, leslstlng arrest
day. -Nov. 11.' Veterans Day.., a with vloVnoe '
Job legal holiday. in Florida Thomas W Potts Jr. aggravated -
j Opportunity InterviewsWill I assault' HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
I and
Louis Hampton[ forgery
Be Given By Chamber for the Florida State Emolov uttering a forgerv
ment Service to conduct IntervIews Clifford Yarbrough, with
Buford Mitchell. Past President the Chamber of Commerce with job applicant. )11 holding support ,
of the Staike-Bradford' office on Ft'id ay. Nov. 17 from In order::!, to get the needed John Canty, unauthorized
County Chamber of Commerceand 1 p. m. until 4 p. m. workers In contact with Interested irassesslon of driver's license IJ'! '-''.''', _. r -- 1 r.'I' ,' ....., (, ..- .
chairman of the Cham Due to new industries and employers M. I., Nnzworth, Issuing t' ; r''
ber's Employment Opportunity general growth In Bradford These interviews will be wv; .thless. checks. ; I
Committee announces that County Job opportunities are' held In the coniferrn-e. room James E. Kendall, assault l
Employment Opportunity Interviews increasing at a rapid rate" of the Chamber OJflce locate with intent to murdsr I' I J
will be conducted at Mr :Mitchell said Our Chamber at 100 West Call Street In James Knight, larceny of k" r
Committee has ranged Staike. automobile:' .,
All persons Interested In Mary Lee Crawford, deser'
secure Job opportunity are Eton e' ,, '
urged to come and complete Wii'tem H. Yon, forgery and
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-........, ". 15 Macclenny 13 Starke 26 Oct. 27 Live Oak 33 Starke 6

In church auditorium. Sept. 22 Santa Fe 13 Starke 25
cafeterias and llbrarlei. Nov. 3 Fernandina 21 Starke 39
"! Heavy gauge steel' made to
rS $ : last a lifetime. Foam rubber Sept. 29 St. Augustine 0 Starke 19
Nov. 10 Lake C.t. Home
mat and back. Seat lzn16V > -
Wide, 15M" deep. Oct. 6 Open .
Carton of Z_No.2660..$2J.3J$2 3.73 ea.UFHOLSHRY Nov. 17 Orange Park Away
Oct. 13 Bolles 21 Starke 7

COLORS... Nov. 24 Home
Available In Oreen, Brawn, Oct. 20 Palatka 13 Starke 7 Bishop Kenny -
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Typewriter pedestal with Elevator pTatform Ml 1l''etIeP,1 !box oYtrwerNo.
right (tae Illusj cr left. Specify preference. Center 431__9196.90 A; This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters --
drawer with lock and key. linoleum covered lope a
60'A"x 30<.". Milt Green, Desert Sand Sahara ttree! to*....."
Brown or Gray Me.433..._ 196.90
"ECONOMY" Arm Chair
BUCNPROOr-STAINPDOOF: TO".Ada available wttfc". Cache T.a lust"' alcohol
cannot stain. lor eon cigarettes b"", ..._.._.Add"CT'"I*... .413.00 add'". your Dellgn.dforcomfortOlvea office that new: look "Let's Have Another Winning Season" ENJOY DELICIOUS MALLARD'S 5 & 10EDWARD'S

and stands op after yean Kentucky Fried Chicken Your Friendly Store

STEEL SLIDING DOOR CABINET k: structed.of wear Ruggedly Heavy gauge con GROCERY After The Game We'll Be Open See Us First For Values

1'10'ewfngTng door to block aisles. large and l iteel. Foam rubber seattwmy. Phone 964.5312 S. 301 301 NORTH 113 E. Call St. Starke
Heavy gauge ..!. Five aduitable[ earn and back.Seat 16%"wld., _
parhnenti.76"l\Igh..36"wide 19*"deep. 15'h"deep."Naugahy ..7Q6,99.7. upholitery. Won't scuff or 1968 DODGE NOW AT
Came w above' bat with lack sail.. key. d era"-\00,1'10.2661 $39.95 STATE BANK
Member F. D. I. C.
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t MM Craeiv lion letter files, a double SERVICE
a OUnOn.ti. drawer for 3x3 or ..II' LAWSON'S MARKET lION Jackson Building Supply
l Dxtrf Sand cards'3200.opacityl." ) Twadfustable CARL ,
1Y a irC.I.Ore1e ( storage copartments U. S. 301 & S. R. 100 Starke Fla. BEST WISHES PHONE 964-7490
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J BOOKCASE SICTJONS' doubly protected by Dial
Designed far many visa Ie..pI supplies I catalog I 1 1t Lock under plus lock an and outer0W''

37Vt"and printed 1,, 17"matter d. Four neat adiuitable and orderly.compartments.30VV w, Wide, 32",high 17"deep. Goodman, Owner Batteries SERVICE STATION "YES, YES, GOOD LUCK TO BHSNOEGEL'S I

(Shelf line 3014"x 14'%) .._"No. 3495 $37.50 No.1370$63.SO Gulf Product: Goodyear Tires, Phone 961-7971 Walnut at 301 S.

A*ebav but 2$"k>2.ompartmenau.No.208 $34.10 With plungir lock that lock eH! .--......1370PL$71." _105-E. Madison Street 'AUTO SALESCOMPLIMENTS
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Shelves( are adlustable on 2" centers, can BILL EDWARDS 709 S. Walnut" Street
be raised or lowered, or more shelves STARKE'- FLA: PHONE 96J-5899 ''i
added. Easily assembled OtlVe' Green or ITS KICK OFF TIME\ STARKE 66 SERVICE l 11
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8711) ....36" 87" 12" alx t ......, $46.70 $46.25 S39Jea.: FARMER'S SUPPLY Your Fashion LeaderEAGLES B & G TRUCK STOP
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SH1LVINO UNITS-OPIN (AlIIIClwl at felt) Firestone
$802S 7512 _.34" 73' 12" Five 27.00 $24.7S .26.25 $3.95 e4 Phone 961-6022 528 S. Walnut and Radiator Shop :

7511 7514 _-3e".36" 7 73"*" 24""" l Five Five 4O.9S 87JJ 0735 30.7O :30.303O.7J 535.E 4.93 so A AND A SUPPLY, INC. GO BIG RED-MAKE IT THREE Phone 964-7704 411 !:S. Walnut !




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