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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 16, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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charged with shooting a To Orange Park

rifle at his neighbor's automobile -

was set for next

Monday, Nov. 20, when a

day of arraignments open (Coach David Hurse and

ed the fall term of Circuit Schoolmen BelieveEducation his injury-riddled Tornadoes

Court here Monday. will again play the

Kendall. was arraigned on a role of underdog as they
charge of assault with Intent
travel
to meet Orange
to murder a neighbor, M. f S.
Morrison.' Kendall allegedly]: Faces Park's Raiders.The .
fired several high powered rifle< Raiders are 4-4-1 on
hots at and Into the rear oiMorrison's the season and will be lookingfor
car as It passed a win, to put them on the
his home Just north of Stark right side of the ledger as they
on the graded road which en Skeptical PublicBradford meet the Tornadoes at 7:30: in
tent U. S. 301 at Buck Cartar's Orange Park in their final
Grocery. game. Bradford High Is 4-4

Deputy Sheriff Robert Green, County schools are tals $415.494 from local sources and will also be seeking. the
Who investigated the shooting hurting all over and the but he expects about same kind of win-one that
which occurred last June 17, Nov. 7 mUlage election has $100.000 less than that oi will make them a, winning)
aid the two men had beer' convinced school administrators $315,340 to actually be received team.
feuding over the speed with Two Proud BoysCounty that people Just dont believe by the School Board. "They have material as
which Morrison drove his cat it.New. Monies the School Board good as anybody except Lake

past Kendall' home. Agent George Muggins" right .said he and Assistant completed by the first tit the year", but Trleitt IH ahead of schools going up withcal'pet budget shows but which won'tbe City the ,"Raiders Coach, who nurse he says claims of
The state charges that Kendall on the floors has apparently received Casey says, Include
fired a rifle at Morrison'scar Agent Bobby Taylor are "two proud boys". .because of M-hndule. Kvterlor of (he utrurture IH virtually completeand made the public $47,550 In timber taxes should have beaten the Tigers.

and that one shot hit the' the new Arglrultiire. Complex nearing completion on U. M. Interior work IH. approximately I 50( per rent complete. think education is being sup uncollected: over the past two Leading Lake City with 1:15:

car, but did not strike the 301 at the Fairground. Home Demonstration. Agent Martha Sun IMijCuIn( .says. her ported in a grand manner, but years $17,602 which goes backto left in the game, Orange
driver, Morrison dived Into 'a The $67,000 structure of about 50,000 square feet being date for moving In the.. week of Dec.. 18. nothing could be farther from the county for assessing Park lost 197. They have also

ditch when the hooting built by Trlewt Construction of Keystone Height Is due to be the truth according to Superintendent property and collecting taxes,, lost to Seabreeze 7-0 Pa-of
and Live Oak three
latka
started; Deputy Green said. of InstructionTom and $35,000 more timber taxes ,
Eight other trials were also Casey. which are on the books this the same teams that have

:set :Monday by Judge John A, The Bradford education year but which will not be beaten Starke
H. Murphree and seven cases' head reiterated that money collected unless the litigation The Raiders have won-ovet'
were placed on the absentee for the school building pro- is settled. Richards of Tallahassee 20.14
docket. Capiases were issued Master Plan For Buildings gram Is entirely separate from That cuts local. funds which Bollea. Forrest of Jacksonville
for two defendants not In the school operating budget. can be spent) by the Board and Fernatullna Beadh. They
custody. Construction funds spent In back to $315.340, the superin tied St. Augustine 7.7,
Charles Daniels, 24, charged Bradford County, mostly from tendent says. Like Lake City. the RaMera
with larceny'of automobile bonds being paid off with Casey points out tha.t3 have a speedy back who can
belonging to Henry H. Harrell race track funds, neither not too much more than the run away from everybody! in

on Nov. 1, pleaded guilty to Pursued By Supt. CaseyDespite "help nor hinder" the operating School Board received from running back Ken Taylor
the lesser charge of unauthorized budget, Casey .states. the county In the 1964-65 Fast as Lake City's Crate :Baby
,who scored four touchdowns
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use of the car. A pre- While moat educators In the schol year. That year $287,903:
sentence _Jnvestlgaflon ware county -contend the public was budgeted but most of It. against the Tornadoes ',,
voters $270.168 was actually received and ran back: a punt 55 yards .10..
Murphrea when
children F
ordered by Judge hurt the
and panlela bond reduced anger and disappointment 1968 an extensive renovation bonds pledging that money the. past several years. In addition okayed. only three. mills Instead ) and spent by the School for one TD he la not: as Quickor
at last week's m1JllUe of Bradford High School Is when a big project; is contemplated to that, approximately requestedby Board. shifty. Taylor, who wears'
to $500. of the seven
".1100
from the such as the new mid- $10,000 In other state construction number 22: IB a 131 pound]
Louis Hampton, 80, pleaded [ election. Superintendent also planned by Casey also available. the School Board, they "People are saying we were
Tom ia final step In the building pro dle school here. 'j\\ funds are local junior.
guilty to a forgery charge on Casey vigorously pur- seem to be taking a more tolerant getting $420.000 from
Casey plans to ask the Still another source expected : Another throat t the Tornadoes
complaint by J. R. Bulllng-' suing his Master Plan for gram. or understanding! attitude taxes this year which would
a The judge ordered a pre- quality school buildings for In completing what Casey State Department to sell $250.- to net the School Board than Supt. Casey who almost double the amount will have to contendwith !
ton.
sentence Investigation and re the entire county. called the first two phases of 000 In SBE State Board of $133,000, la called Federal impact speaks out angrily at those three years ago, but that just Is pass' receiver Freddie
leased Hampton on his own By that the first term, superintendent the program, about $1.25 million Education: ] bonds to help Funds, money the federal who think the. schools have Isn't ,true" Supt Casey says.. Solomon, a 150 pound senior.
until completionof means that he ),\ of the $1.7 racing >bond round out the final $800.000in government will pay for con- sufficient operating funds."We're "If the timber litigation was Solomon Is the Raiders' favorite
recognizance the investigation. A second wants every Bradford County funds have been spent. The state and local funds he exPf""t.s struction of new classrooms to on paper resolved It would take care of target from Orange"
count of utl'erlng a forgery pupil in.a good classroom thatis first phase of the $386,000 vo- over the next year. School: Boards where children getting Isn't money happeningCasey our major problem," the superintendent Park's pro formation. He alternates
entirely In addition capital outlay employed children but It Just at split end or the
conducive to learning.' Casey's tech center was built of federally that pointed out.
'was dropped.A federal funds, and debt service funds accruing attend. It Is, In other words, says. Backing up man on the set.
state prison' inmate, main !goal for his first with state and:) Casey points out But he also points to the pro pro
buildIng the total spent on the to the county now amountsto a substitute, for funds the contention hands! ,
Wayne Fulk, 24, pleaded not four years in office la a making the 1007-68 county fact that while the School Solomon has good
guilty by reason of Insanityto program. that wild total program so far almost $1.8 65,000money the local county would get; through lo- that operating. budget to- Board Is receiving approximately good speed, and con run tIhobo.Jl
charges resulting from an $2.5 million by the end of million. school board has not used in (Continued on Page Two) school $45,000 from local when he catches It. He

alleged assault on Guard Wil- 1963 when his term expires. There la now $330,000 of sources than three years ago likes a down and out patternas
liam Henry Albritton with a Essentially, his stand seems the $1.7 million, in racing Bradford teacher salaries have weLl as to go deep for. the
knife last October 2. to be that other things can bond money remaining, Supt. been increased an average of bomb and the look in pattern.
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Fulk Is charged in three different ..1t. Although he has necessarily Casey lays That plus state c'rrr ;q $1,000 per year-all from local Fullback Mark Moore, a
eases assault by a ) been embroiled in the and federal monies Casey sources. Over 170 teachers are 185 pound senior, adds another .
state prisoner with a deadly\ current education crisis and plans! on getting: will give a employed by the School Board threat to the weU-bal-)
weapon, assault with Intent to mlllaoe election the building total of over $800,000 left to for the current term, thus Instructional anced Raider bochfleld. H*
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murder, and possession of a program comes first, he says. build the middle' school and salaries are costing runs hard with his head down.is .
weapon (knife) by a state pjls- Upon a reporter's Inquiry, to renovate Bradford High $170,000 than they would have tough, and hard to bring
oner. Trial were set in all Supt. Casey said he Is uncer- School. More federal funds, bhree years ago. down. Blocking back OUT Al-
he will seek reelection the $800,000 have been
three cases. centaln above Still Casey points out Bradford vers la a good blocker and
Public Defender R. A. (Buz- next year, but he! Is on a applied for to build the sec- .. County teacher salariesare runs well on wing back traps)

*y) Green. contended that Fulk schedule that will finish his ond phase of the twocountyvotech lower than in many coun- and (the reverse.
U not competent to stand massive building program fl- center shown on Cas ties. A beginning teacher here Sophomore quarterback: Mickey \
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trial and asked that he be examined anced by bond money gottenby ey's Master Plan 1 ,, .off ,fNIiiAi r tait+ Ii starts at $5,000, compared to Brokas, at 188 pounds,
by a paych atrlat. pledging racing tax money. These three pojects make up I" '" $5.100 in Alochua County has good speed and will run
Judge Murphree questionedthe along with state and. federal Phase Three of the Master 'i; $5,300 In Putnam, and* $5,400 too. He throws well both long
defendant briefly and then funds. Plan-;. in Clay and Levy. Teachers and short making him a double )
ordered the examination. The third and final phaseof State funds which Supt. r with experience in Alachuaor threat. Brokas likes to

In other cases. : the building program was Casey' Is counting! on come .' .. I Putnam Counties would receive throw to Solomon but will also -
l last week when the from stats controlled capital ,' to:
Investigation begun ,
-A pre-eentence proportionately greater\ look for his Decking back
ordered for James School Board gave the fro outlay and debt service funds .
was Gary Alvers or end Arnold
Bennie nKlght) 18, who pleaded ahead on plans for a $400,000 which accrue to the Bradford L'Ilt' (Continued on Page Two] Braden. a 150 pound Junior
middle school to be constructed :;- School Board each year from
to larceny of a truck ,. '
guilfy I J a' J r who hat good speed.
Method I near the new Bradford- state license tag fees.
to the New .
belonging r The Raider line (is not quite
Vocational Technical Some of the money la given
of Lake Union -
Cleaners an agent with- Center.A to the county each year for I County Board as big as Lake City's forewall
The judge
Laundry.
City ." but does boast two big tack-
second phase of the vo- building project and If un- :f' ,
of guilt until
held adjudication ,. les In Lance Lawton :90S
Each coun- ,'j
the Investigation. A tech center will also be started used. It builds up. '

truck seoond after belonging charge of to larceny:Moran of Coi-a months.within Before the the next end few of Board ty can of also Education ask the to State sella ; : ."., : ,'t.'\ I .)! Meets TodayA pound Coleman Coleman, Is senior 190 replaced pound, and on junior Frank defense -:


Page ?Pour ..... by Gary Taylor, a 210
Continued on
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h"I Bradford County Commissionwas Continued( on Page Two)

Duncan Set To RaceIf ( to be held at 1:30: p.m.
fodny, Thursday Nov. 18, to
Community '1"
r rI dlarnss a possible settlementIn
t timber tax Copy Needed
Thanksgiving the litigationand
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Seeks Post"I'll a conference with the architect
Service Green on the new courthouse. EARLY

Attorneys of three tlinfber

FirstChristian firms, Container Corp., Rayon- Next WeekDue
'battle. at (Chat time
tough
i Church hit the ground runningand ler, and Owens-minols, met
not quit until It's over," when he unseated veteran. Incumbent -
Starke earlier this week here with to the Thanks-
State Attorney T. E Duncan J. C. Adkins. Sr.,
County Judge T. A. Yawn
Wed. Nov. 22 is reported to have commented and has not had opposition who defended. the county in giving Holiday, The
when queried about the possibility since." Telegraph will be pub-
7:30: PJVL the timber suits. last January.The
) of defending his post Haruey also reported that three firms have filed appeals lished on Wednesdaynext
.Special Music against the onslaught of Public !he had been chided. by Green to the decision handed week.
Defender Buzzy Green, if for implying In a prior col- down by Circuit Judge JohnA. All correspondents and
AH Denominations the latter. decides to challengethe umn that If Green ran against II. Murphree on their 1969: reporters for Churches,
Invited veteran proscuter in the Duncan It might be "becauae taxes. The decision favored Clubs and other groups
spring primaries.Duncans the state attorney's office Is
the county: the firms were
must have items in our
reaction better financed than the public their 1969:
spirited ordered to pay
This Space; Contributed was reported by Times-Union defender's office," the position Christmas Lights Go Up taxes and court coats. hands by Monday for

Weekly to Publicize correspondent Thornton Hartley Green now holds. The Board will also meet publication in the next
Community Events by in his Sunday column. Green said that if he does Christmas. light are dim to tie lighted in Starke on Thl1nbch'lnC night. with Architect Frank George issue.
"The noises he (Duncan) decide to run for Duncan's office Utilities. Director Otoar Davis wrys. At least that l Is the goal the Utility Depurt- who has recently been milking
The CommunityState made hut week sounded like It will be because he feels ment .IK striving for. real progress on preliminaryplans Your CooperationWill

Bank a man anxious to run. He :be can render greater pUblic ...mploIItrlngtnc the bulbs have another reason for wanting them for the new milliondollar Be Appreciated.
sounded like he was raring to service as state attorney thanhe But the weathertoo. courthouse. This meeting
as public defender. rarly. "If you had to rot them up :you'd want to do It before cold Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH
Accounts now Insured go and seemed almost glad of can up will follow one held last weekin
the opportunity to. wage a Green still wouldn't com- ." the Garden Restaurant with
up to $15,000 by campaign again," Hartley re- mil? himself any further than Lights; have already been strung on'the' city's water tank at the Pratt: the architect.The .

Federal Deposit Inanrr ported. "It has been about 30 to say it's "a good possibility" .Street Playground. The star at the top has born left blinking to warn aircraft, meeting was to be held

"r. ..n years since Ted has had to I might run against Duncan. but the rest will nave to wait until next Thursday eight In the courthouse.
conduct a campaign. He had Both men are from Gainesville.


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THURSDAY NOV. 18. 191t .,

BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEfiUAITI, STAltlClC. FLORIDA
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Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode PFC Billy Dowling returnedto or teachers with, the vo-tech, Baptist Choir

spen.t the weekend at their Fort Sill\ Okla. on Sunday School BuildingSet school as 'the junior l high now Honors Mrs. GreenChoir LEE'S FISH MARKETCor.
camp in the Scrub. after two weeks leave. does with the high school.

Pvt. E/2 Barry Smith has Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Jr. and Part of Caseys plan calls for members of the First Washington & Thompson Sts.

returned to Fort Gordon, Ga. children are visiting' Mr. and By Casey all sixth, seventh, and eighth Baptist Church gave a covered
students In Starke i to
grade ,
after two weeks leave of absence. Mrs. J. G. Stalnaker In Brunswick dlah supper( Saturday night in
attend the new middle .school. '
Ga. this weekend.Mr. aL orlng Mrs Lex Green, organ
would also transfer
GLADYS MOOTY Among those attending the and Mrs. Don Ray Til- He oran-
'Contsnued from Pa e One RJE High School .students t tBmddord to orlng Mra. Lex Green, Fresh Fish
Phone 961-7603 Florida-Georgia game Saturday ley of Jacksonville were Sunday 1st, who has retired.
and close down
were Mr. and Mrs. R. V. visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. cal taxes if the federally employed High Centering the long ,buffet
that entire $270.000 complex.:
Turner Mrs. J. D. Seymourand G. Jackson. \, workers were not employed table was an arrangement of
Mr. and lira. Billy Mooreof Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warrenof Casey and the School Boar' OystersShrimp
son Halllo, Mrs. Gladys YOUTH FELLOWSHIP by the government.
visiting Jacksonville' :I' several "H' cons'dered: : making RJE aJuito yellow chrysanthemums.
Melbourne were
upon and Mrs. for the Federal
Harrington, Mr. sponsored by cooperatingihurrheH ( To be eligible Twenty-five members enjoyed
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett days this week with her par- David Browning, and Misses Sat. night Nov. ;18, I Impact Funds the county high school. tine occasion and they pre

over the weekend. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Janet and Jayne Hardy. 1:30: to 10 pan., Madison Street must have. an overall six percent if RJE High is abandons: sented Mrs. Green with, a giftIn
Mlm q Maria Moore of FSt: Attending the Beauty Showat in enrollment the city would be In compliance
\ Hodge I
Mr. and Mrs. Billy IlaptUt. Church.Dr. Increase appreciation for her services
was home for the weekend. the Hotel Robert Meyer on Mrs. WJllard Wynn and daughter. and Mrs. D. W. Whlffen from children of government with, the federal IIlvel'n.nent.s -, during the past years. Red Rowe Mullet Cat Fish
of Health
and children Elizabeth Department
Johns Sunday were Sey-
Mrs Tommy Sheila of Starke and Pvt. had dinner In Jacksonville employees, over a 4-year per-
of Macclnny are spending mour, Lillian Blade Reba of Fort Miss Bradford County Is expected Education, and Welfare edict
Willard\ W. Wynn Sunday with her sister. iod.
the latter part of the week\< Melson and daughter, Karen Gordon, Ga. were visiting Mrs. Christa Jollenbeck, a stewardess to reach. that. level In that the south dismantle all ply not enough manpower to I All Fish Dressed To Your Order
Mrs. J. W. Rite! Lorraine Champion and Rosha dual school systems by the the job. Schools are. not being -
with Mr. and William Hodge in Alcolu, S. I C. for National Air Lines, the 7968-69 school term, Supt do
while Mr. Johns la on. a huntIng Smith. there. Fall of 1969. kept as clean as they Please"I
over the weekend. who had a stop-over Casey says "We Aim To
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Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strick- Under the same program should, and there are other
trip. Mrs. Rhonat Sangaree I of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Warren Funds from all these sources
Mrs. J. B. Walker of Savannah land attended the Alumni bar- Apalachlcola was Tuesday and and /son of Atlanta! Ga. total the above mentioned Lawtey. Junior High, accordIng examples of the same thing.".
Ga. was Tuesday over becue and the Florida-Georgia' visitor of Mr. and weekend with his 800000. to Casey's present plans: Casey says.
Wednesday the
night guest of Rev. and Mrs I football game on, Saturday.Lt. Mrs. Ben Rowland. spent mother, Mrs. W. T. Gill. Mrs A middle school Is plannedon would be an elementary school While the three extra mills. ,
I Mrs. Kenneth Tytis for grades 1-5. Grades 8-A the School Board,
and asked by
V. J. Ragsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Will McMillanand Warren and son remained unlY' the vocational school site,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman\ and children of Pensncola '' daughter\ of Swain,"boro, Thursday.Mrs. however, because the state would attend a middle schoolat would have eased these Ills,
In Tenn. over spent the weekend with Mr what. Is now Anderson Jr. Casey states. It would not
were Memphis for state
dinner and
Ga. were last Friday night R. M. Riherd son money has to go a ,
the weekend where they at- and Mrs. H. K. Tyus. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. visited relatives in Orlando approved project. In a surveyof High both Integrated.! have solved them. The request
tended the wedding t)>f a niece, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thomas W. Ritch. the weekend.Mr. school needs made in Bradford : RJE High could be used In was merely a get-by measure. ', r" I Ic

Mrs. Ruth Galtman, to Sinclah r visited his mother, Mrs. Eve- Local admittances to Bradford over and Mrs. J. E. Hitchcock County In October, Iff the city's recreation program Another place the mlllage e
Hale on Friday. lena Thorns, in Brooker on County Hospital this visited Mr. and Mrs. L. the State Department of Education or for a county bus barn and vote hurt was In the one mill

Mrs. Dave Paulk gave r Sunday.V week Include: Mrs. Elizabeth E. Dugger In Bushnell over decreed that BradfoCounty sohool maintenance facility, which hail: been approved In,

family cookout supper last 0 Urn FELLOWSHIP Humble, Mrs. Alice Metz and the weekend may use state fundsto Casey says past years for bases and

Friday5!' night on Mr. Paulk'f sponsored. by cooperating William Reynolds ,of Keystone Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiff build a new junior high The superintendent has buildings. While mlllage for ,
birthday.* Enjoying the affair:\ "rhurrhcM. Sat. night Nov. 18, Heights; James West of Hawthorne of Kingsley Lake have moved school.< It does not call for a compiled the total coat of operating was. not cut by the

were Mr. and Mrs. Brooks 7:30: to 10 p.m. ;Madison Street ; Miss Evelyn Sweat of into the Eldon Mathews homeon new high school, but says that each building> In each of the vote, this mill was.

Paulk\ and daughter\ ,..Karenof BaptLit Church. Lake Butler; :Mrs. Pearlle Mimosa Street Wednesday state funds may be spent on first two phases of the school It simply means the countycan
Lake Mrs.. Frances Miss Lillian Stump and MrsA. construction program: purchase no more new I
City Rhoden of Melrose; Forest which they have purchased.) the secondary level only for a said. It r .
Ga. Mrs. S. Harrison attended the Phase One Includes- school busses, Casey
Stone -of Woodbine. Wiggins and Mrs. Dorothy OS/3 Mike Denton Is homeon general shop, drafting room,
Nits --Petrtier-V Jacksonville\ Fashion Mart In Tampa on Mrs. Linda of absence electronics classroom or an 11] A complete new school, also means a $ ,400 paymentduo
leave
Ross of Lawtey; 10 '
days
V for cafeteria at Law next for a bus purchased -
and Mrs. Ervin An- Monday. except year I
and Mr. cafeteria
the
Nettles of Brooker; Mra. Patricia from duty In the Mediterran- addition to will have to
drews and Mr. and Mrs. Ver Admitted to Starke Nursing of Macclenny; Everything except the cafeteria tey Junior High, $190,319. this year

non'Reddlsh and families Home this week were Alfred Mrs. Pencey Harris Alice Roberts c of ean.Petty Officer QM3 James addition:: Is being taken 2] An addition to Anderson: be made from other operating
Mr. L. C. Adam' Compeau of Brooker, Gilbert vo-tedh Junior High at Lawtey to get funds. I
and\ Mrs. Raiford; Mrs.[ Mary Jackson, Tally of the USS Forrestfal, care of in the new
wereattending a conventionIn Yates of Gainesville and Sanders, Fridayto school which will have a new students' out of a sagging Future
Ross Pratt, Michael Norfolk, Va. was home A Bright -
Freeport, Grand Bahama Austin Penny of Green Cove Mrs. Carrie Rhoden, Mrs. Vera Sunday. cafeteria. wooden. structure, Elementary$83,277. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I

from Sunday to Thursday. Springs. Is attending During the planning seasons 31 Southalde STARKE
: Adams Mrs. Ethel Crews Rev. W. A. Hogan $115,179. and 41] Starke Etc I !
... Norman Ketchie, J. D. Doyle the Florida Baptist convention on the school building pro- menuiry $97,184. The combined Sunday Sunday. School They're looking forward to a bright future,
Mrs. Marcia Sherwood, Earl In Sarasota from Monday (srram, over' the past. two years projects saw rooms built 9:45: a, m. Morning Worship filled with the promise of many rich and rewarding )
Bedford, Ernest Harris, Mrs. to Thursday. there was some talk at bulk treplace 11 a. m., sermon "Jesus. Tne ,
lor a kindergarten program and increased financial obligations
school adjacent I to experiences
Whitehead Mrs. Ruby Mrs. J. W. Klncald and Ing a high Author and Finisher of Our
Cynthia Hell
Griffis, Charles Wade, John, Mrs. C. A. Knight attended' the votech< center. But the]I I \ the old wooden Faith." Choir rehearsal at I'' You and your family can afford to meet

Dees, :Mrs. Evelyn Crews, Merrill the Hospital Auxiliary ilts.tel limitation' state funds settled bronn 51] A building.new field house at Christian Church for Com- the future if you plan wisely now. Make a habit

Dees Loasie! Carter Mra. convention In Hollywood from that question, although Bradford High, 100993. munity Thanksgiving Service of sating, with a Savings Account here, and be

.< Myrtle Priest and Miss Sharon Wednesday to Friday. S pt. Casey says the building Phase Two Includes- 3 p. m. Training Union 6:15.: sure of having cash when you need it. Maximum
: : \ all of Starke. John Spengler who planned for the middle school Evening Worship, 7:30.: sermon -
......L. r Underhill Seaman I 1 to 11] Renovation of A-bulldlna interest compounded regularly.As 1
will be versatile enough! Your Re-,
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YOUTH FELLOWSHIP finished his battle training "How to Enjoy
has someday change to a, hugschool at BHS, a project not yet .' : a Full Service Hank we can serve all of
Naval Station llgion.
by cooperating at Great Lakes
sponsored to cost
but expected
(ihurches Sat. night Nov. 18, Ill\ Is home on 13 days 11 I future needs call: for complete around $50.000. Monday; RA meeting, 7 p. your family's financial needs with a complete

.. r 7:30: to 10 p.m. Madison Stree3aptiat leave of absence before reportIng It. 2)) New Brooker Junior High m. Youth Choir. 7pm. range of dependable banking facilities. Trust our
Church. to the submarine schoolIn The new middle school con-' $157,542. Tuesday Junior Choir hank to find better ways to serve!; you through
cept./consisting of grades 6, 7, Sunbeams, 3:30 m. Primary -
Miss Madge Middleton Is recuperating New London Conn.Russell 3)) New Hampton Elementary and : p. experience and good sense.
at her home hereafter Eberle Is home after and 8. Is close enough to 187150. Oholr.\. 4 p. m.
i'w.., Hospital Lake standard junior high> ; school I Wednesday CommunityThanksgiving .
City
being in Riverside eight weeks In the at all
Paving projects
Jacksonville\ for the past VA Hospital where he underwent grades 7, 8, and 9, the superintendent county 4J] schools and new track Service, 1st: FULL SERVICE BANKINGHOME I

| three weeks. ,two major operationsand thinks, to pass the Christian Church, 7:30: p. m.
at. BHS. 25285.
State Department of Education Church Choir\ pactlce, 8::30. OWNED HOME: OPERATED 1
d I Miss Marina Sue McCain confined with pneumonia. 51 Phase 1 of the Bradford-
I Mrs. H. B. Hamilton Mra. L.IV Mrs. Guy Sale wan visiting requirement.The Union Vocational Technical -w. A. Hogan, pastor

.. Hardin, Mrs. Lola Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth GlllLng- will be proposed about)) 5.000 middle square school feet Center $383,450, aU federal DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH The Community State :Bank i
I of Starke, and Mrs. F. C. Reed ham In Jacksonville over the It will' funds: BROOKER
with 24 classrooms.
Carter of: and aCtended the
and Mrs Russell weekend
have movable walls so that Sunday School, 13:) a m.
| Lawtey were judges at the Florida-Georgia game. Mr. can be Morning Worship, 11 a, m. OF STARKEMEMBER
size and nunpiber
at the Putnam Gene Hodges were room ;
Homemakers booth Sale land Education Faces Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
I County Fair In Palatka hunting at Gulf Hammock.Mr. varied.Bradford High' Principal Evening Service, 7:30.: Rev. F. D. I. C.
Mrs. D. S, \
Ion Monday. and wes-I
of Lacy Conway pastor I -
the Idea
Lewis of: Wilmington and Jim Temple says
. Mrs. Lloyd H. cott of Tampa
middle school Is fine but PublicContinued
' Del. is spending several N. C. were weekend guests of a Skeptical I
he wpuld rather see a new ,,'" ..- i iB
: Johns
r days with Col. and Mrs ten and( Mrs CWarley
first. He
YS school built
YS .' T. T. Long and Mr. and Mrs, and all attended the Florida- high 0
the hlffh
would also like [ Frm One] PhotographyTELEPHONE
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rI T. H. Slacle. Georgia game.

_,. Jacksonville Miss Mary spent Lee several Faulkner days of: Tampa Mr. and and Mrs.Mr.Brad and Locke Mrs.of location school to faculties because.stay In all most Its the present auxiliary high pointed salaries out.Instructional than.. In Bradford, he U II I n 9 t o. n 964-7271

I last week with Mr. and Mrs Charles Parker of Cocoa and
already
salaries
schools desire are ; al'ethe
I Paul Faulkner. their children were weekend there -..such as the relatively: biggest and most import-
| George Eugene Ivey Jr. of guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. new auditorium. band. hall) ant part of the operating budget I
Atlanta, Ga. a student at the Wells and family. They all CAMERASPOLAROID
| Florida-Georgia and choral room, physical ed- Casey says, but he goes JEWELRYLARGE GIFTS
University of Georgia was the attended the athletic. to
uatlon facility, complex on note the county's pupils
S r( f weekend guest of Miss Janet game. of field; house and gym are short textbooks, equipment -
I Hardy: and Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs Charles God the cafeteria. I and supplies I I
of Aiken, S. C. and MOVIEINSTAMATIC SELECTION HALLMARK CARDS
E. Hardy. They attended the frey and family "BHS Is the focal point othe The moat critical money
Mr.
; Florida-Georgia game. were visiting her parents the county's school system;" I shortage, however. In the operating DIAMONDS NORITAKE CHINA.FJJNTQN
S Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore and Mrs. Tyler Jones over Temple says "All students budget Is funds for I TAPE RECORDERS WATCHES
are vacationing In Mexico withMr. weekend and attended the: have terrific facilities now until day-to-day cleaning and ART GLASS !
Moore's\ brother George. Florida-Georgia gftme. COSTUME JEWELRY"-
; they reach the high maintenance. |
/ Moore, and family I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mathls,' school. Custodial salaries range We Rent EARRINGS CHARMS BIBLES BILLFOLDS

Miss Diane Davis of Gainesville and children, Mr. and Mrs I' There has been much talk from $225 to $275 per month MEN'S\ JEWELRY PICTURE FRAMING
'was Friday overnight well\ Lawson! and Mrs. Tyle'ones I too about. separating the junior but one custodian at Lawtey
guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0.ansby .. attended the Shoe Show' and senior high; schools. has to care for 11 classrooms TAPE

On Saturday Mrs. In Tampa on Sunday. and Junior High Principal Rlch- library, administrative.\ suite, RECORDERSPROJECTORS Ask How You Can Save
1 Danaby and son, Micky, Miss Mr. and Mrs John bees 'and Jockel and Supt. Casey cafetorlum, and the IIroun lII.
.., Mr. and
-' Davis and Mrs. Rodney Hall daughter, Martha and the middle school move to At Bradford High School two :
.. toy
-as. r' w I Thrasher of Lake 20% DISCOUNT ON YOUR
: f and son. Steve, visited Mr. and Mra. Jimmy the voted school site would custodians and four boys

Mra. J. B. Dansby In Perry. City were Friday evening supper separate them. The schools working three hours per day,,
Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss guests of Mr and Mrs. would be adjacent physically care for 52 classrooms, the'L CAMERAS CHRISTMAS GIFTS

......; ...... Mamie[ Anderson of Archer B. W. Hayes and attended the but would not share schedules auditorium, and cafetorlum. I I
-
were visiting their sister Mrs. BHS-Lake City game. I, Both are examples of Rim-

E. M. Davis over the week- Mr. ano ....... H. C. Wlmber-
S j 4 .., ,, ....." .
., end.Miss ly of Eagle Lake are visiting defense along with senior
; ..w a r. Margie Dowling has Mrs.[ Nelson Green and famlly Charles Hodglns a 160 pound
moved to Palatka where she for ten days. senior quarterback. Raider

Is employed with the Southern Mrs H. B. Hamilton attended pass defense U usually\ two

aa Bell Telephone Co. the funeral of her aunt,, l, deep with shift to three deep THE STRIKE IS OVER !
Mrs. Donnie Mae Lame and I Mra.[ Ruth Slaughter In Jacksonville [, In some cases. But they are
.. daughters Barbara and Joy, on Tuesday of last expected to beef that part of

.1 I were In Winter Haven from week. their game up for the pass
Lever of American verve ts a campus coed whd adores Sunday Co Tuesday where Barbara -' conscious Tornadoes. I
: the thrust of easy pleats of her 100% wool skirt. took the Masters Cosmo- Frank Hardy and Bryan Erwin. ,

F' Sizes 5-15,00. We can't slipover the V-neck sweater. tology exam. who are attending FBI II

Sizes 32-40,00. And undercover. It's still S/Sgjt.' and Mrs Norman were school: home In Washington for the weekend.Mr. D. C.. SCHEDULE -I THE H19681 FORDS ARE ROLLING

: Special./ Shirt of 50 Sizes% Kodel 515,00.Stump's polyester. % cotton Rlgdon were and Saturday children of visitors Mandarin and Mrs. Royce Porter OF SERVICESST.

of Tucker, Ga. were Friday
I of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jr.
George W. Brown. Sgt. Rigdon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. EDWARD'S CHURCH

'la home on 30 day leave Sh rrod Hamilton. Starke
Store alter service In Vietnam. Afterhla Mrs. Keith Reeves and children Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.
Dept. I
: leave he and his family of Winter Park will arrive Thursday Mass! : 6:3V: ( p. m.

will go to Japan for three Sunday to spend several Miraculous Medal Novena:

.. I years further duty. days with her parents Mr. andMra. Saturday 7 p. m.
N. L. Woodburn. Confessions: 5 p m. and 7 r

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: EVERY FRIDAY Rundav Maw It-SO! *. m. ,
junior to up the poundage ,

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) NOV. 18. 1967 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARRY FLORIDA. .. .PC1tIBn. 1 race X
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Woman's Club Party For VisitorsAt MYF Members Nursing Council I Mr. and Mrs. Brown

Hears Supt. Casey Tenly HomeMr Plan SupperThe Has LuncheonThe Plan AnniversaryMr.

On School Crisis and Mrs K. D. Tenly Junior and Senior MYF Bradofrd County Nurs- and Mrs. A. W. Brownof
entertained at an Informal will have as guest speaker ing Council had a luncheon Starke will celebrate their
T L. Casey, Bradford County Sunday night Ed Branch, Garden
at the
1 party Saturday night at their meeting Monday
/30th witha
wedding anniversary
of Public Instruction
Superintendent Guidance Counselor at Lake
-- I
home on S. Orange Street honrorlng Restaurant with Mrs. Ruby
speaking at. the their weekend house- City Junior College. Johns presiding.Mrs. reception at their home ,on
GLADYS MOOTY i Starke Woman's Club meetingon >r guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. All juniors and seniors are A. W. Schulz was wel- Sunday, Nov. 19. from 3 too
Phone 964-7608 I t Wednesday of< last week, 1 Morse of Melissa, Texas; former invited to attend the snack comed as a new member. Mrs. p.m. All friends and rela-
I r expressed hope. that present Starke residents supper at 6 p.m. In Fellowship W. R. Morse of Melissa, Texas
-- 1 ill feeling} among the various 1 Fifteen friends were Invitedto hall followed by the business. ] was a guest. tives are invited. t'o attend.
I marriage of their daughter. factions concerned would not
i, visit with the Morses for meeting and program.
Ca I Beth Elaine, to Gary Daniel 1 linger after the present crisisI the evening. Refreshments .
Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. in education Is passed.
I served In the dining room from
I J. L. Waters of Lawtey. He said the teachers were I
a table covered with a pink
Miss Scoggins and Mr. I for in
I asking improvement '
I linen cloth and centered with
I I Waters both graduated from tools for teaching and learning -
a pink and white Jd
Bradford High School, classof ; recognition as professionals n pyrar
flower
w I arrangement.
1067. Miss Scoggins Is I and to have In
employed a part *
On Monday Mrs. Morse was
at the University of policy making, and (better sal the guest of Mrs. Tenly ar a tF
: Florida. Mr. Waters is attending aries. Parents should have I
I''I luncheon at the Garden Restaurant -
Santa Fe Junior Collegeand been so concerned with the -- -- --- I where the Bradford SPe&tI
Is also working at Florida school situation that it should
Diane Marie Davis County Public Health Advisory
Airlines in Gainesville. not have been necessary for
The wedding will\' be an event I teachers to go through conditions To Wed Mr. DansbyMr. Council metYouth AND
of Dec. 23 at 8:30: p.m. In the, that have recently ex-
'J First Baptist Church, Lawtey isted, the speaker said. and :Mrs. Edward 'M. FellowshipFor CHEMICAL CO.
with a reception following at I In closing, Mr. Casey madea Davis of GalnesVlle' announce All ChurchesThe Thurs. Fri. S Sat.
the Scoggins home, 714 S. plea for assistance In (!helping the engagement of their t
Westmoreland St. I restore the respect and affection daughter, Diane Marie, to Madison Street Baptist
.. All friends and relatives are, "that has, until re- Mickey Rogers Dan by, son of Church will 'be host to the
9r r invited to attend.Hospital I Patricia Loudon cent months, characterized re- Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby of Community Youth Fellowship
lations between the teachers Starke. from 7:3O: to 10 o'clock Sat
1.. .'.. AuxiliaryThe Weds Mr. BarnhartMiss and the lay public. Miss Davis la a graduateof urday, Nov. 18.
The program was in charge the P. K. Ybnge Laboratory There will be a program of
ScogginsWatersEngagement Bradford County Hos- Patricia Loudon of MIami of ..the Education Chairman, School and Is now a seniorat fun food, and fellowship.
pital Auxiliary will meet Mon- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. !Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, Jr.' and the University of Florida, Leaders will include youth
ToldMr. day night at 7:30: p.m. In. St. A. G. Loudon, Jr. of Starke i tho speaker was introduced by majoring In elementary. educa workers and ministers from '
and Marvin Barnhart! of Miamiwere i ,
Mark's Pariah House. Mrs. Mrs. Jack Trawlck. tlon. various' churches.
and Mrs. C. R. Scoggins Loyree lOocomisa, president married on SaturdayOct. Mrs. Guy Sale, president, (Mr. Dansby Is a graduateof UUI teenagers are cordially ANNUAL .Y!
of Starke announce the en-I will show lima on the Scan- 28, at S p.m. at the Flrsl 1 presided over the business Bradford High School and Invited. PEAT MOSS
gagement and approaching: danavian countries.Wh'1 Methodist Church, Starke, will I meeting and Mrs. Russell is a Junior at the University I
Rev. V. J. Ragsdale officiatingThe Norman gave the devotional. of Florida, majoring In. psy "
I bride given In marrtag e< member Adjustable Vinyl Book RYE GRASS
Mrs. Maurice Wingate reported: chology. He Is a of
by her father, wore a burn. that the club luncheon' last ,the Air Force RC+IiC. Cover" All sizes SO cents ea 39c :
ished gold silk crepe coal. month was quite successful. Wedding plans will be an- %t The Telecraolk I ERBU
dress. Serving as maid of honor Mrs. V. J. Spengler gave nounced later.
., I was Miss Beverly' Paftensoi out envelopes which are to be I SEED OR i
e EnjoyingA &,. of Gainesville. Beet man WIll passed from member to mem- Linda Elaine Lee
Dennis Williams of Largo. ber along with some baked 3 BAGS FOR
Dinner I The couple resides in Miami' Item or other delicacy to be To Wed Mr. PayneMr. PER LB.

paid for by the recipient. This
Of Your Choice .: ./ St. Mark's Women being the 'current money mak- and Mr*. Charles Truby I a $$100
ing project.The Lee announce the approaching 14c
AT THE I .r.- Met Monday NightThe Fine Arts chairman, marriage of their daughtter, I
i 1 Mrs. Robert Green, suggested Linda Elaine, to M. A. (Marty)
Women of St. Mark'I, that all members get! ready for Payne Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
TO-RENA RESTAURANTMAKE Episcopal church met Monda the District Four Art Show to M. A. Payne Sr., of Starke.,
night at the Parish House with I
will take
held In Jacksonville' In Feb- The wedding place
be ;
.,
Mrs. Julian McRae and Mrs.
December 17 at 3 In the
possibility of sponsoring p.m.
The
A WISH ruary.
Marvin Brown as hostesses.
an exchange student Madison Street. Baptist Church. Ask .'
The meeting was opened t>y
of
I All friends and relatives
On Tony's Magic LanternirS the president' Mrs. Kenneth was discussed. fife
I 'Elected to membership were the couple are invited to at- Charley
Orider. Boxes for men in Vietnam rE.
A MASTERPIECE\ ; were planned to be sent the following: Mrs. Olin White' I tend.Miss
Lee and Mr. Payne
Jr., Mrs. Fred Peden Mrs.:. HARDIGREENFALL
with Mrs.
for Christmas .
OF ANTIQUE ART Winkler and Mrs. Grider Joseph Glee), Mrs. A. Y. Cov-]I are Bradford County High ,
George
Ington, Mrs. M. A. Payne and School graduates. Miss Lee is 5 LBS. 5 9
as chairmen of the project. Miss Martha Sue McCain. attending Lake City Junior Johns
McRae and Mrs I
Mrs. Julian Refreshments were served j College. Mr. Payne attended CONDITIONER
Marvin Brown will have altar and Is
the hostess committee dur- I Palatka: Junior College
by
December.Mrs. about this question
duty for social hour. now serving with the U. S. :
: O. L. Be-asley and Mr. ing the Navy in San Francisco, Calif.
J. W. Kincaid will be hostessesfor "Last summer, our locked
the December meeting. Dinner PartyAt car was forced open and
The Women of the t".hurchannounced Glennette Crews our movie and slide '
cam
I Graudon Home
_I a covered after dish dinner the- Has Birthday Party eras were stolen. The lake RDSI BUSOi SPECIALS e @
I BINGOEVERY 1 immediately 'Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Grau- cottage we rented was rob .'
service Sunday, 'iir:
church on and entertainedMr. Glennette Crews was hon-
don family bed of our outboard motor, J.1-
i Nov. 19, at the Parish House. and Mrs. E. O. Patz and ored on her 11 tJ{birthday anniversary /- !{{ ".,
I fishing: tackle, and TV ,
Mrs. George Winkler was ap- family, Mrs. Patz's parents, with a party given
pointed chairman of the oc Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Lauritsen, 'by her 'grandmother, Mrs. set. Does a Homeowner
casion. All members of the and Miss Ellsa Reklla, exchange Crews. Games and contests Policy cover such thefts ;
SATURDAY church are urged to attend. student from Finland, were played, with prizes ,away from home?" NEW SHIPMENT OF S

at a 'buffet dinner Saturday awarded to the winners. Birth-
NIGHT -. 8 P.M. HinesSmithMr. night at their home on E. Call day cake and other refresh Charley E. Johns MIXED ROSES 198 J '
I Street' ments were served to the ten
and Mrs. Jack Hines The buffet table was cov- guests enjoying this occasion Agency
ST. EDWARD'SPARISH announce the engagement of ered with a green 'linen cloth with the honoree.Worthington. 131 8. Walnut St. IN CANS -
their daughter Jacqueline, to and centered with a large ar- PHONR 964-5070
Robert A. Smith, son of Mr. tificial turkey surrounded by Club :
, HALL and Mrs. Elmer Smith of Rem- various o shaped and colored
sen, N. Y. gourds. Thanksgiving decora- Plans Bazaar
A wedding date will be an- tions were used on the tables
nounced later. Members of the Worthington -
i set up in the family room
Civic Club will hold their
where the 14 were seated. After -
I .. annual (Bazaar at the club
' ;n dinner Miss Reklla was '
presented with a gift! house on Friday, Nov. 17, DRESS and GIFT SHOP
from 4 to 8 p.m., and on Saturday -
Nov.' 18, from 9:30: a.m.
- Birthday PartyAt to 8:30: p.m.

Waters HomeA Flower arrangements, Christmas .
decorations, and other
ry birthday party was given ferns 1 suitable for all-occasion
fi Saturday, Nov. 4, ''by Mrs. gifts will be on. display for
Harold Waters for her daughters .
... sale.A
Allyson, three, and Lynne, chicken supper will tie
four years old. served Saturday, starting at II .
aWV The party was given In the 5:30: p.m. Adult prates $1; Winter Close-Out
Fellowship Hall of the First children under 12, 60 cents.
Christian Church Where the

Captain Kangaroo theme was Recent Births .
carried out In decorations.Blue .
and pink crepe paper Bradford County Hospital Many Items For Year-Round Wear FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
streamers and balloons were announces the following births:
hung from the celling. The Mr. and Mrs. Thomas'! David 1
:F refreshment fable' was centered Nettles, Brooker, a daughter,I
with a four-tiered birthday CynOrta Marie, Nov. 8.
cake made by the girl's grand- Mr. and Mrs William Ste-
4 t mother, Mrs. Albert Newman. phen Sherwood, Starke, a eon,( '
I II Assisting in serving were Dale Cameron, Nov. 12. COATS
Miss Arvlda Wasdln, Miss Beverly Mr. and Mrs. Gary: Wayne .
Hammond and MI is Bon Whitehead, Starke, a son,
nie Eddy Daren Wayne, Nov., 14.
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on the absentee docket. He port pleaded not guilty and.a :: I Pecan Sales Teach, 31 cents. Drunk ChargedIn Deer Crashes
; I will continue
auctions
I !Pecan I AutomobileA
Circuit Court was not in custody.An : trial was setA I n hero at 1 p.m. on Thursdays, 301 MishapA Into
eight month sentencewas cap IRS was Issued for ,
given David E. Clnrk, 20, John Canty, 25, charged with : : Average 36c except for Thanksgiving. week Starke man Edward: deer ran onto U. S. 301
until the auoply ends. north, of
of pecan with Tuesday' two miles
u
with unauthorized possession charged
charged escape.The I Jones 41, was
Trials Begin -- case of Carthcl James driver's license. In Big DropThe ..........m..n., reckless driving when his truck Lawtey and automobile crashed into driven the
Rushing Jr., charged with re- --The case of M. L. Naz- crashed into the rear of an- side of an Wendell Lamb, 48.
rcontlmied Frr-n Page One] sisting an officer with violence! worth charged with Issuing Starke State Farmers other vehicle on U. S, 301 Saturday I by Arnold Va.
to his Injured and
Underhill Nov. 11. Lamb was not
ley : f dropped.A raignment Nov. 20. for arraignment Monday pecans at an average of almost -
plea of not guilty by -Three defendants, ThomasW. -Mark L. Benton 18. .36 crates a pound Thursday Jones, driving a 1964 Chev-I did not stop until he reached
reason of Insanity was rnl'er- Potts Sr., Thomas W. market's Melton Lawtey, according to Highway/
pleaded guilty to breaking and! during the sec- SERVICE MEN rolet truck, and Lacy
,>d toy Ozell Williams 31, Potts Jr., and Daniel Potts, all entering and a pre-sentenrr ond sale of the year. Brown, 52.driving a 1960 Ram-I Patrolman J. K. Wade. The
,
charged with assault upon nn charged with resisting an officer -
Investigation w a a ordered The average price shows a bler, bboth traveling N. side of his car was damaged.
officer by a state prisoner. with violence to his' ., AAA aa AAAAAAAAAAaaa4 were
under
wl.'n 12 cent drop
Adjudication of guilt Will per pound deer was not
I the
i
Trial was Bet for Nov. 20. person In the case, pleaded not held pending the investigation >the market's first sale Nov. 2, Sp. 4 Richard M. Nipper, on 301 about' 3:30: p-ni. I Fate of
William Ralph Neighbors, guilty and a trial was set 'when pecans averaged an apparent lIOn of Mr. and Mrs. Calley Monday miles north of,i determined.
33. pleaded not guilty to a Thomas W. Potts Jr., also
record here of .47 centsa Nipper of Starke has recently Starke. Jones ran into the
charge of perjury and a trial charged' with aggravated as- KilledAt
177 Deer pound. received a promotion. to Sp. 15. rear of the Rambler, but none I THE RIGHT POINT for the
Was set for Nov. 20. sault, pleaded not guilty and attributedthe
Market personnel Come in
Nipper completed a year- involvedwere write
-An escape! marge against trial was set.Clifford. of the three persons I way you
larger volume and more long tour of duty In Vietnam favorite ES-
select
Blanding and your
state Inmate Henry Yarborough :
prison Injured.
lower quality null to the drop last June 17. After a 30-dity TERBROOK fountain pep.
Thompson Jr:, 32, was placed charged with withholding sup- week. Last week
November 11" 12 In prices this leave he has been assigned'
only 8.777 pounds of pecans duty at Fort Carson In Colorado -

; ... were old.! Springs! Colo. He tsI./. Let Us Bake Your : '
r- e- 1 l Seventy-one deer were killedin About? 18,000 pounds of pe- typist In the personnel office
---, '. the Camp Blanding Wild- cans were weighed for Thurs- there. i
= -:7: -:" -I' .. ." .. life Management/ Aren during day's auction, but about 3,000 Nipper's wife, the former ::
the first two days of the ; MAN
".
: '
: >' I \ a- hunting season. Saturday v ,rI from the market when Is residingwith him at
I. J I r and Sunday Nov. 11-12, an growers couldn't get the high Fort Carson. :
PLAN Increase of 19 over the number prices they expected. At least
I :! killed during the same period one grower withdrew his pecans FORPLACE
'
= CHECK/ W last year. I when he couldn't get .53'I
BHS
..:.. .. -,. Although the deer kill was cents a pound. AssemblyTo
"" larger, the number of hunters The 14,974 pounds sold for Be Broadcast
r .r 1 e'W- In, Blanding showed a decline $5,389, an average of 35.99
a: Over Station WPXEA
'verlf.1" from 4,854 In the first two cents a pound.
W'GS' days of the 1966 season to I Last year the nuts aver
-'.... .. _.. 3.251 last Saturday and Sun I aged only .29 cents a poundfor special, assembly for Brad- I
for High School students Is
.
day. the entire seuso;)
scheduled for 10:30: am.Tuesday .
Other killed at Bland- The highest average price of
Save Time and Call game 'the day went to Schley Pecans! Nov. 21 and PYlncl- YOUR
Money, : ing during the two-day period I pal Jim Temple's statment of
Included: 15 turkeys, three I at .57 cents a pound. The low- policy will be carried live over
= hogs, 27 quail, 158 cat squirrel -I -- est average price. The low- local radio station WPXE.
large nuts at 17.5 cents a ORDER NOW y
and 25 fox squirrel.
lt Six Foot Snake All parents and interested
Indigo pound.
Lake Butler managementarea
BILL POWELL to
? I persona are urged to listen
reported 15 deer and The average per pound
[ r, -1 1 eight turkeys killed during the Susan Evelyn Ebling and Gary Underhill. wouldn't Ret prices of the other pecans sold 1 the Topic broadcast.of Principal Temple's

:: 1rr:: : PHONE 961-6101 first two days too (los to thin lengthy Indigo snake, even though! > the!I here Thursday are: Mahan, 52cenfe address has not( ; been announ- Kentucky Fled CIiciien!
47 cents
; Stuart !!:
The deer kill In the stateas
:, reptile wus lend and hanging from a tree limb The Indigo ced.
I Vandeman, 45 cents Frotrli-
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= t ; ..;;..') i 401 W. ]Madison Street year a with whole an was estimated larger tills 283:> Miiukn gt Hi name front Its unusual l blue color and IM I er, 39 cents; Curtis, 39 cents: 1601 N. Temple Phone 961-5126

the Northeast FloridaRegion's defined by the dictionary a* bring synonymous with "gopher President, 38 cents; mixed ::1.I .'\
killed In
kJ killed"un the of W. K.Hollowuy :.I I and 31 cents THE RIGIIT POINT for the
Starke, Fla. ten wildlife Hiwke. Tlil Mperlmen wait property ; Handell. :aFFcents
:: management the write. Come In We will he closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23.
way you
areas, as compared with at Klngxley Lake, and measured. almoxt Mix rand, a ; Kennedy, 34 cents: Moneymakers -
"':' A. 243 lust year. The turkey half feet In length. and SuccesH! 33 and select your favorite ES. 21, in observance of Thanksgiving.
cents; Seedlings 32 cents and TERBKOOK fonntaln pea
kill showed a decrease In the :
region from 116 In 1966 to 87 TELEGRAPH.

-- In the first two days of the I Award Winner 'Doctor Zhivago'To


r--. current Harvest season of small game was I Screen 4 Days At Florida"Doctor ::1 I Jaclson Building SUDPlv OF STARKE, III II IIIJEIIIND

recorded good, and
generally .,
should Improve with wet I Zhivago,"winner of! Sciences will screen for four
= Natlogwlda Mutual. Insurance Company.Nationwide, Mutual. Fire 'Insurance Company I six awards from the Academs,I days at the Florida Theatre BIG DAD CO. PHONE 964-6078
Nationwide. Late( Insurance Company home ofticet. Columbus, Ohio. weather II through Saturday
next Wednesday
I I of Motion Picture Ant: ana d J I
I NOV. 22-25.
.r -- I The dramatic story of "Doc. r I, ur

tor Zhivago" evokes the whole Cash
experience< of Russia in the prCIAIS
::
You Will You Will
-- -- past 50 years and Is presented
I through many characters _

1 whose destinies David> Lean's are film in- _A. ..... __ _........

Cw.r I is terwoven.brought to the screen as a ." . '. _- .- _. d

f I I I I I I I / / I I 'I'.>Metro-Color.r;eiitatlod GoldwynMayer,'la.-jPanavlslon pre.and :p' UMBrN : 'ti !ie;:: e e 1 1 l e 1 i:,"r ( r:,; e'c, a. '* ; 1".


i The film depicts a moving -- -- ..- -' .. ,c,... _. _.. '
When You Buy All Your Groceries From story of a love triangle
against the tulmultuous background
of revoluntlonary Russia : EXTRA SPECIALS
In which human values COMMODES Clay Pipe
raIled to be dwarfed.
But the historical back- STAINLESS STEEL *
Galvanized
| Pipe
1DAVIS GROCERY [ ground does not overwhelm TUBS (Self-Rimming)

the personal story of Yurt Copper. Cast Iron
Zhivaso. played by Omar Sha- LAVATORIES DOUBLE SINK iteff. $IS,95
rif In the leading role, of his (
r r happy marriage to Tonya SINKS with 2 Basket Orangeburg

[Geraldine Chaplain] and of Strainers", Double 3 795J(
his subsequent passionate love All FittingsRAINBIRD
affair with lara (Julie Christie Deck Faucet

AND MARKET ]. Bonnie And Clyde AI .. .. .. .

Y Playing at the Florida this M' -.. _.. .., ,- l
PLASTIC PIPE ; ( I : 1 :
day. U : I SPRINKLERS: ];

-.:. 401 W. Brownlee (S.R. 16 West) Starke Phone 964-6725 and Clyde," the Warner which Bros.,I 100' ROLLS c' .. ... ._
-Seven Arts production

-- revives the depression".ridden. 1Z2" -' $2.223L4" l 20 ADJ REG. $4.15NOW I
= Southwest of the 193) $3.19
= FRESH ROE RED AND WHITEMULLET It was the time when bank- $3.33 c"

robber Clyde Barrow' and his .. .
sweetheart, 1" $5.75 I ,
cigarsmoking ,
FRESH ROE -
Bonnie Parker held sheriff'sand '''
ALL SIZES STOCKED I
bank-tellers In terror and AND FITTINGS .ROOFING( LUMBER

with frequently their da.rtngreckless captured headlines and '. !- aaaa.nM .jaajij.mi I
.
I 5 lbs. $1lb. $1.10PLENTY often Beatty pointless and Faye crimes Dunaway Warren -,, :PLYWOODSHEETROCK' ( : Johns Manville Southern Yellow Pine

nie star and in the Clyde.Improper title. roles of Bon-I First Quality: Treated Pine

I (
Fir
I .' 90 lb. Roll Roofing CedarSPECIAL

Passing i .- .
== JUMBO SHRIMP AND OYSTERS Charge PlacedIn REG. $3.79
CHECK WITH US
Auto MishapA NOW Roll 8' Cedar Studs
FOR CURRENT $339

I w DAVIS 21-year-old Starke man, LOW PRICE ON FELT 69c EACHELECTRICAL
:Michael: Ray Frick, was charg
COUNTRY SMOKED ed with >Improper pausing I LOW PRICES 235: LB. SHINGLES
when his vehicle crashed into

the rear of a second car .. ..
to the left to (
which swerved
j avoid a third car parked par CULVERT PIPE I 1
tially on- the road. I : STEEL I 1

I SAUSAGE lb. 69c The accident occurred last : .oo.. .
Friday Nov. 10, .8 miles east '" -
' of Starke on.. the Lincoln; City "NEW" RODS 14-2 with Ground
Road (SR-110A). No one was
injured when Frlck's 1964 18" STATE ROAD Wire
Plymouth struck the rear of REINFORCINGMESH
:: FRESH ft 1959 English Ford driven' SPECIFICATIONGALVANIZED
OPEN PAYROLL by Randolph William Geiger, $$1498
52, of Starke, according to ANDCORRUGATED
BACK LB. Patrolman -U(250'Roll( )))
7 DAYS A BSC CHECKS Florida Highway CHANNELS
O. C. Garrett.
:: Both carl were traveling Complete Wire and
WEEK BONE CASHED FREE west toward US-301 when 3.16 Per Foot ANGLES Accessory Stock

Geiger pulled to the left to
w avoid the parked car Just as
Frick started to p**. Frick


e.-r FRYERSDELL'SGRADEUA"lb_ 2Sc 'before he ran.the had\into he English seen the began left the Ford.to rear parked pass.He fenderof said car' p.A..i.N'T'S'1 JtN.D'I : V'A..R' i.s.lf $; BIG DISCOUNTS


:: ,o

-- Covers Adjustable All .be.Vinyl 30 cents Book e.'' EXTERIOR HI-GLOSS WHITE ,
NOW GAL. $/J 95

:: Convenience Store Hours at Supermarket Prices at The Telccrixph. 'P-.. MANUFACTURERS LIST $7.20 _

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,THE BIGHT POINT for the k Z..Mrsd"

Home Owned And OperatedMr. way you write. Com la and .i...

...- > ., ,j i elect jour favortU.pen.ESTER.TELE- JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYS'tCTIO
and Mrs. Dorsey L. DavisR j BROOK fountain

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R"rYOKn "nTfNTT TII1P'flRAPft. 11TARR'Pl' !. n.OJuI1-
THURSDAY. NOV 18, 1967 .
aide of the pavem/efH and Ic-t
'i New Doyle Conner Building Dedication, .' Car CrashesWhen control: of the car. The 1961

Ha[ en Urges Use Of Correct .. Driver Pontiac trawled! 175 feet off
I .Ii, .. "I"! I the right shoulder
'1 y Set' For Gainesville Nov. 25 and along
Falls
Mail ,1't'" AsleepA of the road, then cfooaed over
Addresses On Christmas
and traveled 133..''''feet more
.., The new headquarters' tor .R n nd laboratory facility.i at the building site 1 t 2119 S OalnievlUe! secretary, Ly- along the left shoulder. The
Postmaster T C. Hazen Jr. I J Hazen added.Thert I tote Florida Department of I i, The Division of Plant Industry W. 31th St ,-. dia Oivle] Manning 27. was, oar finally rolled over and
'urges all postal] patrons In : are four essential elements Agriculture's Division of Plant had Its beginning In I hospitalized: : Monday night came to rest 37 feet, off the
Whla area to be lure to use 1'ie ta1'1 oversea military I J Industry (DPI) will be dodlcnted i| 1915 when It* was organized, : : New Band Cl'ub' Nav 13, after ht:: car went pavement In a pasture
correct address on their' let address: as the Doyle Conner to sextet. m tho eradication of out of control and turned over, No charges were tiled
ters and packages going to 1. The serviceman's Identify Building-, honoring Florida's citrus canker which threatened< To OrganizeA on SR-18 1.1 miles east of
servicemen overseas to avoid grade, full name. and ser> Commissioner of AfrrlcuU'.ire. I i', destruction of tote\ Florida. olt- Brooker. I
eertous delays In delivery Ice number. In Gainesville Saturday, Nov rus industry. It 1 h now charged : new citizens' Band Club The woman reported she -lc'rITIOIJM N1NF7 OIVKN1that
will/ meet Tuesday, Nor 21 went to sleep at the wheel, NOTICE IH HRREBY:
Hazqn reported that millions 2. His mjUtary unit COM 25. I I I with protecting Florida's tho und..r lRned. dealrlni;,
of letters and packages going plete. cultural and at 8 p m. In the Bradford\ according:: to Florida Highway lu enffna-e In buHlnoim under thoflftltloUH
overseas have been delayed because 3. Gateway post office, New I Tho 36,000 square root structure Garrote by carrying out aA'T'I-1 County Civil Defense' BuildIng Patrolman J. K. Wade. She I II name fit 'RICH Brovrnlawlloml B A H. Mn
$340,000 will rJO! RANCH" off the
costing put Alachua
they were Insufficiently York, San Francisco or Sattle. k'i' tion control and for an organizational was taken to the ( Starke, Florida Intend' troKlnter >
under roof 60 '
,. one. some set- I Hospital In oa.inesII the
General
session. with
addressed. He said that one ment or eradication programs the Bald name
enlists, tchnU'lan!, and refful-l I be to the accident the Circuit Court ot:
bylaws will vllle by a witness ( Clerk of
Propane: I
has 4. APO, or FPO a flya( Injurious plnnt ls. :
of the biggest problems i iw iy latory and administrative personnel I against pel : and officers will Jbeelejted. : Bradford County, Florida. B been the failure of persons digit number. i now housed The public 13 Invited to attend vcted on nerd Emanuel and Wilma W
to Include the very important In two the dedication scheduled Everyone Joining tbe( Qalng west on 6R-18, Ml'I8l; Knmnuel iL/18 ttcllg12,7:
floors of F
the John I
five digit APO or FPO number I f and BeagleBulldln.g for 10 am. Saturday Nov. 25 club at the Tuesday meoLi.tu: : Manning\ \ ran oft. the right I
Crown CouncilCC a small Archer
in the military addre!.. t 1' u will be a charter member
,. .. ,. .. '
.. .
.
Hail not containing this num. ..- -, -- I._."" .1\WIl. 1'JIO.. *11:.'" ,I' .- .' .' -;- :..:rio i\\ :-, "'II.' ..' ::' :. .
ber is Incorrectly addressed. Groups ? -- -

last The year postmaster more than raid 9 million that Tour Bradford!>> '

(pieces In delivery of mail Of were t'.ils number delayed Members pf the Florida I THE NEW 968

failed to Include
3 Hi million piecej
: of
the: complete 5 digit, APOor Crown Commerce.(Council are) visiting Chambers Bradford -\ 1i

FPO number in the address. County today in a tour of i" f' w..pr a ,

This had locator' to Improperly be directory sent addressed to where a military mail time tries.vocational and several educational local. indus facilities Olt'SMOBILES' /

CHEVROLETS &
consuming searches were made The morning program was v
I :
to determine the proper ad held I In the newly completed] ,,. >,1,1t

dresses. Bradford, ,Area :Vocational '' ..' l
"Ai the Christmas mall volume "
>is expected ,,TJaclyT;: :: .cal Tradnlr ,.
overseas
to Increase.going up t'o: 30 per cent Center, where guests"with" were the '
served luncheon. 4'sg
or last over year 4 million, every pounds precaution above Starke Chamber-of Bradford Commerce as Cpunty host a. ARE GOING "REA!

should be taken by friends The afternoon tour was 4FIfF
.. a
and relatives of servicemen to I ; r
\I scheduled to end with a barbecue
address their letters and pack- supper at Florida Hydro ..,.
to assure rapid ..
ages properly I Brooker ";' -
carbons plant near *-
*Ilvery to Its destination," : the totally demolished
examine'
Oarrott
O. C.
--------- ,t..a I lOIn Ford Trooper convertible driven'hy! Mrs.. Ethel Hodge Crewn,, Nt/lie You Tled' One 1

.r 41, Starke. The curm. Htruik. tram the tent and flipped{

over In a trvo-rnr collision Saturday night.
'w 1 Three were ho"t>ltallzed. as a rettult! of the crutli.
perMona
;11 r S ttArt SEE: Jim. Lawson -- Ermie Jones -- Bud Tho njpson" or Mac Baldwin

.. . .
3 Are 1 Hospitalized n -1. -. ,- .. -. ,.

.

In 2-Car Collision p ,

_.
which totally] demolished hei
hospitalized -
I Three persona were
Grow' 'enri early Sunday morning 1957 Ford convertible and
to Cash
i Nov 12. after a two-car caused $200 damages!
< "
Yr 1059) Chevrolet.
north of mere's
collision .8 miles
fast ', Starke on US--301, (uxoniiinj' Both vehicles were traveling
) to Florida Highway Patrolman not lh In the outside highwayvher.lane o
the tour-lnned
';;' sleek O.Mrs C. OarreiJt Ethel Hodges Crew, Cashmore ran into the left real
'" I i
!
The oon
: Rudolph of Mra. Crews' car.
.. 44, and her passenger I ON
'- rest upsld! <
< \ .q O 29 and Willie I vertlble came to(
Crews
\ ruggedand ,I Asberry cashmore. 56 driver down in the right hand lan<.
impact
l of
: of the second vehicle, were alltaken 86 fecit from the point .
travels:
".< / sa.'et' :", \ :I Hospital to Mr Bradford. Crews County was I 162 .feet The after Chevrolet the Impact. am
: i'i media
the
'" to rest In
'f; I charged with reckless'! driving I came
while Drinking:, In the collision:: strip.I BARS
USED
!
! ,with. ,Irul-O-eep ,Milk ReplaceCr ,

Plans For New Middle School
. & L MILLING CO. I
WthSHS'
I Phone 473-3001( Keystone Heights .-Discussed ; Teachers
-
'Junior high school teachers'' with state capital funds outlay and and In 1967\ Chevrolet Bel Air 9 Passenger' Wagon 1965 Dodge 4-Door Sedan

I and administrators afternoon, Nov.met 15 Wed, todlacuas and part debt from service proceeds of the $1.7 Powerglide Power V-8 Engine Automatic Trans J
nesday V-8 Engine Only
City Fish & Meat MarketNEW [ plans for the propos-d! million bond to be sale paid which off with arc Steering > Power Brakes Radio Power Steering Power Drakes $1395
pledged I
be con
to
middle school Only Heater.
new Alrpott race track tax funds. Heater Whitewalls \Vheelcovers $2795 I. Radio ..".
PHONE NO. 961-9918 Htructed on Conway now Allies. One Owner ,
Under the program Only 15,000 :I
site adjacent to the now vocational 1965 Chevy II 4-Door Wagon
I, technical center. under consideration, Casey Plenty New Car Warranty Left.

., COMPLETELY RE-STOCKED cording Purpose to of Supt.the meeting Tom Casey, ac,I,' said Sftirke handle elementary kindergarten schoolswould and '1966 F. a e.m Sedan (6 i Cylinder Standard Radio Only $12 95

Cash & Carry wan to obtain the Ideas of the through the fifth school grades, grade* : } Heater One Owner.
school the new middle \ "
j teachers on the middle into 6-8. Rural schools would accommodate /IV n 1 1'n'III: ) lunar (c; Iy 169'5
them I
I COME 'N SEE US! and Incorporate school Is kindergartenthrough L 1'pKCr S4rtfrin: ) Had [ cp 1963 Rambler 4-Door Sedan
The 1
the plans. 6, 7, and Plan-j the eighth grade I ,..,.... .-.N., .., ,. .'. "' "
ned for grades '
t Grade "A" Fla. Cut Up or Whole I would handle II( -'HI
Dell's Last week the Bradford Bradford High V-8 Engine Automatic Air Conditioning

. FRYERS ]lb. 29c :I' School Don Board Morgan authorized to proceed Architect grades He said B-12.the objective Is to I 1966 Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe Power Steering Power Only I $7 95

lb. 19c I' plans for the relieve crowded condition. !In 8' Powerglide Air Conditioning Brakes Radio Heater.
BRISKET STEW with preliminary echoolx.Another V- Engine
I new school which will provide Starke elementary School! Power Steering radio Only
objective the $21.95 500 4-Door Sedan
Fresh Ground about 34,000 square feet about of:' Board will' have to meet by Heater Whitewalls Wheel Covers 1967 Ford Galaxie
cost
HAMBURGER lb. 29c Interior$400,000.space and I' all schools
of
be constructed with movable Integration Air Conditioning Power( Steering -
To It ]has just this Thunderbird Convertible
walls, the building will week the county.been announced by federal 1961 Power Brakes Radio Healer Only I $$2695
which
consist of 24 classrooms the Department Steering Whitewalls Wheel Covers One
STEAK officials of Automatic Trans Power
library
i,,I I! can and be admlnlwfiatlve varied could In be size changed suite.a into The Welfare of Health that ,the Education firm ,date and Power Drakes Radio Heater : Only I $$695 Owner. 1 Plenty Factory I WarrantyLeft.

library classrooms, ifnecessary. has been set for the completedfsrnarut1lrrg Power Windows( Clean.

ROUND C several The project more. will be financed school .y tem.dl. of. the south's dual

SIRLOIN 79 .. uHMHtl. at thU litefillnf?. Needs Very Little. Only
11939 Heater $59511
Sedan
In Deluxe
LB. NO run Thn Hearing. will he .held Chevrolet 4-Door
T-BONE : the Notion Htat. la.Rnnd hereby U arlvcn partm that nt I, of the the County Uradford fonimlHHlonflra County (Court Room. ,
will hold a t'ubllo Hearing.oaneeynlna hoiine In Rtarlce, Florida, at
location and M EST nn the 20th day -
the 9'00 A. :
lb. 59c omlo .fr ct" of State Jnh.con-I I of November 19(7, purauant. to
CHUCK STEAK 28060-3rol, Federal Aid flection (e) fit Public Law M7
No. Br37J (3) ,, of the 84th Congre. SALE USED AS IS
TRUCK
Thla. Haarlni win be held All pnraona. wlnhlnw to lie USED
FRESH PORK SALE Conhet'n log the realignment> and hoard are hereby notified to
renntrurtlon of State Iliad 136 appear at thin mootln/ IlllltJt" l I
from the Alachua County LineOft Michael O. O'NelU
GOING ON In Brooker.mil north The to State State Road Bond De IS State Chairman Road nnrtment 1967 Chevrolet %Ton Short Fleetside i Mechanics Specials

partment'* "Relocation' AdvlaorjrAinlitance i 11/9 it 11/18 PositracCOO Discount
Side Mouldings -
Heater -
Program: will Hi no be -..--.- OUU
lb. 69c tion Low Mileage Never Titled:
ALL MEAT STEW -

CHUCK ROAST lb. 59c I : GLASS That's Our BusJnes. 1966 Chevrolet % -Ton Long FleetsideV8 '59, FORD SEDAN $ 25

_. .
Radio .
1. Engine Custom Cab -
HOG MAWS PIG TAILS CALL, WRITE or VISIT Heater Plenty Chrome Whitewall Only $ 495

I FOR ANY GLASS NEED Tires' Tutone Paint. $$95
Chev.Ton
NECK BONES PIG FEET 52 Pickup -
I We Design Modern Store Fronts, .
1963 Chevrolet Y2-Ton Short Stepside ,I

I Ibs. 39cWhite 'Just Mail Us A Pattern For 6 Cylinder Standard Radio Only $'7[i 5 '
2 Table Tops! Heater. 56 Chev. 3-4 Ton Pickup Solid $195


Smoked BY THE PIECE SHEA'S GLASS CO."If 1963 Ford 600 Tilt Cab Long Wheel Base 1

BACON or lb. 39c .. It's Glass We ]Have' If 4 Speed Two Speed_ Axle Only $995 '63 Chev. '/-Ton V-8, Rough $295"

Garden Fresh Greens 1313: : N.W.4th PL Gainesville! Fla. Phone FK2-4353 Good Tires. .

ALL KINDS Bunch 25c Bank Financing
1968 *
: No Payment 'Till January,

FRESH CEDAR KEYS MULLET DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

OYSTERS FISH ROEWE

CLEAN FISH'' READY FOR THE PAN STARKE PHONE 901.0:00IEYSTONE ) Clievrolct-OMsmobile Inc.Your
Baldwin 1 s
r HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3178 [ ,: .


'J Rental Services Authorized Chevrolet-Oldamobile Dealer in Bradford and Union Counties,
r
,
, HOSPITAL BEDS. WHEEL CHAIRS PHONE 9647500iIi.
I we STOCK A COMPUTE> LINE OF GROCERIES I IB07 U. S. :301 NORTH _. STARKE. FLORIDA
CRUTCHES -
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..SECTION:: 1 PAGE _SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TKURGRAPII. TARE1'',. FLORIDA THURSDAY. NOV. 1C....19. !!!. I
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,11'18. NOT1C1U OV SUIT! IIIIH boon tllttd airnlrmt you and utrulntt for the relief demanded

ChryslerPlymouthDealer ] Fire Extensively 1968 Feed Grain Program & In other business, the Scouts Rraldxnce To Calvin unknown.". Goodman you copy are of your required. written to d Nerve f.nnei a, petition. ru complaint; ol THE RIGHT POINT for the

Named Damages House elected Jaiune Gay as Scribe\ You are hereby notified that If any. to It on Kati A Kali Witness. my hand and the way you write. Come In
Seeks More Diverted AcresThe and Stella Jane Costello as 'an action to for ..to.a u......m..nt attorney fur Plaintiff whose Neal of said Court on October favorite ES-
For Starke AreaA On Utah Street for Owed encumbering the lol- address 1 I. 337 Etist Pnrsyth 25. 1907. and select your
i Treasurer for the coming lowing described property in Street JncKurmvll, *, Florida (SEAL) TERBROOK fountain pen.

new dealership for' the 1908 feed groin program In planted for harvest on,, the year. several Bradford The N13 County Quarter, Florida of the: SR 322oa.with, the and\clerk file of the the original ahuvtyled Clerk Circuit Charles: Coirt A... Darby, TELEGRAPH.

Chrysler? and Plymouth lines Extensive; damage resulted announced recently by farm and the 25 acres are Badges In categorieswere Quarter of the NW Quarter/ of Court an or betort Novomher \ By Beulab M. Mi/ody Deputy \ ,
Saturday, Nov. 11. when a fire Secnetary of Agriculture Freeman diverted to n conserving use. recently awarded to the Sootlon 16, TnwilBllIp a South 27.1187) ; otherwise a Clerk.
automobiles has been an- 4t 1I/2!I
of following girls for their work Range 22 Kant jutlicment mny be entered ll/I
nounced for Starke and vicinity broke out at the home of Mrs. takes vigorous action to n. Price-support, loan levf'lunllE'I' .
dealer. Dorothy Wonton on Utah reduce total supplies In order the 11)68) program will lust spring:
with Ed Roberts as
The new firm. Starke Street west of north Temple to strengthen prices according be the. .same.. as In 1067 -h Stella Carol Jane Richards Costello, Janln Kelly IT'S EASY TO WRITERESULTPRODUCING
Chrysler Plymouth, Inc. i ilucated U Avenue. Starke Fire Chief R. to Leaton Morgan Jr., chair far corn, a nationAl, average Gay.
Water,
at 1903 N. TempleAve. C. I Red) Ouford reported.The man, Agricultural Stabilization of $1.05 per bushel. Prlce-I RIchards Mary Ellen
.. adjacent to Buklwln house Is owned toy ani.1 Conservation County support payments will continue Pearie Wolfred: Good Grooming and WANT ADS
Animal Kingdom,
Inc Harry Young of Starke. Oommltt'ce.The at 30 cents per bushel ,
Chevrolet. The Fire Department:. reached divert from based !fh: First? Aid.Stella .
Mr Roberts has been alesmanagel' target In to for corn, on planteJ: Costello and
for Baldwin Chevrolet the scene minutes after receiving production about 30 million: acreage up to one-half the Jane

since last January. and a call at about 7:30: acres 10 million more than farm bane timed the projected. Pearl Carol Wolfred Richards: Chef.Kelly Rlcharda Follow these simple rules to make your Want Ads bring better results.
The fire was I In '
associated Saturday n.lght. were diverted In 1967 : yield.
before that was
:with auto dealerships In put out before it entirely consumed order to reduce feed grain Chairman, Morgan mild that er-Producer., Mary Ellen Water: Play Remember a good Want Ad is nothing more than salesmanship in print.

Gainesville for ten veurs. the house. stocks and gain, much stronger further details will be .an.
prices. nounced prior to !lgnup time. Stella Jane Costello! : Home I Write your Want Ad in the same friendly style you use when telling
and Family Camper.
Nurse

i ; : WEEK-END SPECIALS The Chairman key provisions listed the of following the The answered questions concern still the to availability be* Jane Kelly Costello Richards tied and for Stella Scoutof friends and neighbors about what you have to offer.

1968 feed grain program: of advance payments,
the Week honors. ,
1. Farmers will divert to the production of subxl'itute: be Don't Abbreviate: Don't be Penny-Wise and Pouud-
will
next meeting
The; ,
,
Sullivan's Ikt. conserving uses 20 per cent crops on diverted acreages, held Monday Nov. 20 at 3:30: I Foolleh:
s and studies that most
Surveys
of their base acreage of corn and whether soybeans may be of St.Edward's prove
Hall
In order to: qualify for price planted on corn. Borfctuim I p.m. In the Catholic Parish Church. Want Ad readers do not like or underIt makes good common sense to eliminate -

: support loans and payments. acreage In 1068 as In 1967. stand abbreviations. Make It easy for unneeded words from your Want

-: South of Starke on Road lOG( I No diversion payments will be without long of the feed grain 'I people to respond, to your ad Ad, but make sure you don't ruin the

-, : 'made for this minimum diversion I price-support payments. I In Tho County: Jn except for email I I I. And For llrldford CO.Dh .
Slgn.ups for participation In FloridaIn It Incomplete. Remember, you're not
FRESH PORK SALE ; acreages the same as In Entitle of C. E. Doe. '
the 1968 feed grain program Re:
Want Ad to .
placing a save money
,1968 and 1967. I also known.ci CharlesBJ.
February decker Put Yourself In the Prospects Shoes:
will take
place during
'
I 2. Additional acreage maybe Boedooker, Deceased.FINAt.. you're inserting your ad to get results
March 1068. NOTICe
and
; diverted up to a total ofSO Notice. Is Hereby Given that I Give full Information and all the details and make money. Making your ad too
69c
= PORK CHOPS LB. per cent of the base or 21 the undersigned, on the fOrd about what you have to offer- short may save a few pennies that lose

r' acres, whichever U larger. The Cadette TroopCompletes day final of accounting September In 1087 the filed Mutate! t a I Describe your offering In benefIt terms you dollars In.results.
;
= SHOULDER LB. 39c diversion rate for this known I tell offer
PORK acreage Projects o( C. K.] Hoednulcer, also prospects why your And It Is Easy To Order Your Ad:
will be 45: CharleS 13. Bo decker deceased satisfies
voluntary diversion ae their needs. Give sizes, dimensions

E FRESH SIDES LB. 45c per cent of the total pftccn I In CeramicsScout given ,that and after notice publication In' furtber'of capacity, condition, advantages.sej competent Want Ad-Visors will
I support (loan plus price-sup this notice ones each week for I And don't forget price! Want Ads help you word your ad for beut poa-

E BACK BONES LB. SSc 'port payment) times the I of Cadette Troop 606 : four consecutive wUl be mail week,to application the without price are 50% less. effective aible results.< All you do Is pick up your
farm's established yield. In met Tuesday In the old armory I Honorable Theron A. Yawn. than axis with price. telephone and they do the rest.
SSc the 1967 program there iyns, building to complete ceramic County Judge of Bradford I
LB.
E FRESH HAMS for diversion, except County Florida I for the appro-
no payment projects that had been startedat
val of laid accounting and for
-.. LB. 59c I from bases of 23 acresor their regular meeting the the final dlHuhurite of the un- Only $1 For 15 Words
of
SPARE RIBS less. previous week.Recreatloa derftlgnecl an Administratrix
Bald K: tate.
3. For small farm rw.th abase Director Gene : Clara O. Cent

::: CRACKLINGS 2 LBS. 25c of 23 acres or less), bp a'I' Rayburn made arrangementsfor An of C.Administratrix B. Boadecknr.of atxo the known Estate

diversion payment will the girls to have an Introductory aa Charles j.Ot liuedttuker, deceatiad. -
= NECK BONES available at 20 per cent of lesson In basic : TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ADS ,
totfol: rate times 11/3 4t 11/83:
the support ceramics and to clean, paint I
:::. Grade A D & D 29c the farm yield for the first and fire a piece of ceramicsfor In The Circuit: -Conrt.; !. And'
LB. GET RESULTS
= FRYERS 20 per cent average diversionand themselves. Mrs. Florence For' Uradfurd County, Florid
at the regular 45 per cent <;._ >o.. IU'
Stewart who teaches
a ceramics -
: BABY BEEF STEAK payment rate on. the remaining.. class for the Recreation 1 I I .IIi'ndc.,State a corporation Finance.::': Plainlift. Company I
: acreage diverted to conserv, vii. Calvin W. Goodman, PHONE 964-6305
-
ing use. Department, Instructed< the I: Defendant.CLAHRIFIKU. I

ROUND 4. As In 1967, producers I II"
E
with corn base acreages up
to 123 acres will have the option ''\
SIRLOIN l Ib 79c of temporarily reducing L

this base down to 23: acres kaLffI[ ,

= T-BONE 0 I and become eligible for the

small-farm provision provided
that no corn or grain sorghum West


LBS. I I In The Circuit Tonrt Of The-

45 $5 Eighth: Jiidlrlnl.. Clrrult lit Fl.r-
Idn In A D.I ...!. Hr oil fur.I t'ountr CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned
LARD .
== > flvll ActionCll. '
.. No. INIKUIBKT If you find your name among the Classified Ads!!, $15 up. 10 different N *
AI.UiN.:! Plaintiff Gulf Service name brand to choose from.
I
= CUSTOM v. HUTU ALLEN, Defendant.Notlue come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO II USED PARTS Parts & excellent repairs aM '
And
I Order Of Publlualton .
makes. KIRB7 SALES A
Of Hull Top Price for Wrecked< ,pars : _
Name Of The State Of FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- SERVICE: 712 N. Main. Gainesville .
In The 24 Hour Wrecker Service
Butchering For Deep Freeze I Florida! To Ruth' Allen Whom 376-7110. tfchg
KeHldenra. In. : 415 Hick Street, Theatre Passes in.
Fuel Oil I (
I Waycruo.Jeorllh. / >: -- ,

=- SAVE, SAVE, SAVE ON MEATS! I a Ton BIIIt are for hereby divorce notified.and rhlld that HASTINGS AAA -. S & II Green Stamps AT LAST! .

,I custody. hu, bnim brought MATTRESS I Hwy. SOt N. Waldo I A HOME OWNERS
aXHlnnt you by Klbort Allen In ': AOHATKS & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 68-199B
the above entltUil Court ancause. : 71ft Lemon St. Palatka POLICYFor

fliZThanksgiving I, monoil.. and ordorcd you are and hereby required sum-to I. IS word -:--..... Furniture Repaired LACY CONWAY I Mobile Homes
file your written _now..r or d"- FLYING SERVICH!!
!
: _.M Upholstered & Refinished That Qualify
I'fvnxng to> the complaint In the Knell wvrd over IS.U : FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. All'i

I office of In the ,Clerk. Florida of said and Extra e.. ... If not MATTRESSES REBUILT I I plan. rentals. Greyhound Bus CALL TilE MAN
Court i Stark I MASONRYMATERIALS
1 ...... %
advance .3Z
paid In.
thereof on
\ to serve a copy | New Innersprings Charter. Keep your party together FROM KEYSTONE

SPECIAL: I'II' Knight Plaintiff's' and attorney Theron F. Btarke A.Holll, Yawn Flor V., PAINTS MCMORIAI.lt.cent. MKBOM... weld, noseS : and Box Springs/ j, 964-6090.- charter a bus. Phone tfchg George E. LaRue
I w
I I f.ia.OIID nn or before the 10th CARD OFBe TOO CIKS Drop U. A Curd or Call INSURANCE AGENCY

I \ ,.- of December judlfment 1987 other-will we>d. o. leu __-- .92.111. PALATKA EA 0-9166 Fred''I'::!' !! M. Stephens Keystone Hts. 473-4C92.! Ready Mix. wine a Default lOack word ecu DO ___.1X1 I
Rock
Block
be entered against you. MRS. PEGGY SHALLEK INSURANCE, Sand

, ,, Ibis Notice shall) be publlnh- 209 E. Adklna St. AT REDUCED RATES FOR RENT Furnished 1 Cement Mortar, Steel Oyster I
ed In the next four oonencutive SILVER SANDS LAKE
weekly settee of the Bradford Starl4Alent, AUTO, FInE, BOAT and 2 bedroom apartments. 'SheD, IJmerock. Roe
:: I 40,000 BTU County Telegraph a published duty qu.itiled In $2,700 to $3.500 DOYLE E. CONNER Unfurnished 2 bedroom Gravel Precast Untela and
newnoauer ; GATOR BONE LAKE INSVKANTCK AGENCY house. W. H. Nollman. 510
nald rounty. Window SUla. Everything
I WITNESS my hand a* Clerk Paints $3,575 to $4,275 tfch* N. Cherry St. tfchg
of said Court and the leal of for Msaonry OUtI'UCtIOS.Bradford .
aid Court at Starke, Florida, EASY TERMS "BILL'S MOBILE Home Service" -

1 HeaterTANK thlH(SISALS November) 7th 1867. See S. E.'McKayKt''stone Myers Power ToolsArea Patio Awnings, Water

: I / Charles .... Darby Headquarters For Heaters Kool Seal. Miller

i Bradford Ae Clerk Com.ty Of Circuit Florida.Court Of 473-4710 or Heights 473-4153 !V7Jl! Lawnmowers Power Tools Gun Burner Service. P. O. Box

I llU 11/30 I'honent 473-4816 MrCulloch Chain Saw 37. Keystone Height's Fla. Ph.

-: Fojp SMI* ft* Pump &: Water Systems 473-3083. Starke Phone 964- Engineering Co.

_For All Purpose FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE W1LUAM& JfENV'JA Briggs & Stratum Engine 6763. 4tp 11-16
I for A bed- Rentals' Sales Service!!! Phone Stark
= ready occupancy. t,00>KN Kftf THE RIGHT POINT for th.
230 N.E. 16th Ave.
room 1'4 bath. Located just
-.. II 12 Wides / Gainesville 376-3411 the way you write Come b. 964-5403
outside of city limits in
tfchg and select your ::
I Plnebreeze. Easy monthly favoritels'l
Custom Mad terms.! Longchamp Const Co. TYPEWRITER RENTALS: TERBROOK
I For Florida) Living Contact Buford Mitchell.I Uay week or month.-Bradford FOR RENT-( room and bath TELEGRAPH. I FOR SALE 14 ft. flat bottom
E
jI.I pone 964-6853. P. 0. Box County Telegraph. Phone furnished apartment. Call 9846852. aluminum boat 1V hip/ motor
Get MejeI 238 Starke. Uctx 064-6303. tf tfchg TURKEYS for sale. Hazel and trailer, $223. Can be seen
:: YOU I Swindell. Ph. at Waters Enco on 301..Stance.Itchg. .
.. I For Your S ; WANTED :Married man 9645845.3tp 11-16
with small family to work on
No Salaried or Commissioned Aquatic STILL TIME: TO JOIN
I POWELLRESENTS farm. :Must have experience NEW MOBILE homes. Chickaana Tap
YOU NOTES Beautifully
THANK
EmployeesDAD LU Plants with livestock. Must be able 20' & 24' wide Buddy Dancing Classes. Applications
engraved In gold or & Snailswith to drive tractor. House and -Clemaon Layton Travel also being taken for Ballet
& imAD.LARSEN sliver. $1.25 for box of 25. Including 220 ACRES utilities urnUhed. Yearly Trailers Liberty Taylor Azalea Aero etc. Phone 964-1098. tf

-- LIKE TO WORK envelopes.< Bradford Excellent natural drainage. work 260.00 month salary. buy sell. traJi: ?. Year
tf FOR RENT -3 'bedroom cottage -
County Telegraph. 1356 feet Hi-way frontage. Write "E", Drawer A, Starke. bank financing. Buckeye
I YOU Benefit! tfchg Trailer Matt.' Inc. 6712 Bland- on Klngsley Lake year
I
NO. 557-Priced Right I 43 Suitable for development, industry round. Attractively furnished.
acres with creek. Good location or ranch. Terms can be Ing Blvd. Jacksonville 771-' Fuel oil and gas heat. Mrs. J.
FURNISHED: apart !
-- ? AO Sizes an Display for poultry farm. Just i : I arranged. I ment for rent garage at Klngsley 8778, tfcng,, W. KincaM. 964-7831. tfchgFON.

8-JO-12 Wide I $7700. Term : Lake. Will accomodate a (bachelor FOR SALE- Completely] fur-
-- NO. 550 two Miles Out. 3 .7 20 acres good land. Concrete or a couple. Call Mrs. fished 6 room house -with SALE- 3 HP outboard
IVt Baths acres ,on U. S. 301. Older block house. Pecan trees. garage and cement drivewayon engine $ 5.00; 600 ft. aluminum
Pauline Torode
-- _ ,
and Expandable home. Only $5300.STROUT Priced to sell. 5332301.tfchg 1V4' acres. Priced for quick Irrigation pipe, with couplings

SALTY: sale Call 964-7687. Itchg $7 .OO; Garden tractor.
211T N. Temple Ave., Starke, P- Each ;'Have two 2 BR homes. FOR SALE 1966 4 door with plow, ddao cultivator and
New and Used Fla. (904)( ) 96&-611011 ;Purcha.4eTropical I Quick Move-In. Jetatar Oldsmobile AIC. power trt chem liquid embroidery"the mower, $15O.OO. CaU 9647474.

8 Yr. available SING Kit; AUTOMATIC brakes, power steering, new original" ball point tube blip;
financing BILL POWELl. of color. Good Housekeeping
; CONSOLE!' IIO.L'ZIO : Real Estate tires excellent condition. Make Guaranteed. Free instruction A. J. THOMAS. Licensed Real

Use Our Rental-Pur ZAG SlOWING MACHINE. and Gold Fish5ffg 404 W. Madison St. available.reasonable Call offer.Gene Financing Shaw, class. Contact Wanda Ollsson Estate BrokerSpecializing
chase Plan Payment' Blind stitches, buttonholes. Rt. 1 Box 164. Starke Itp in sales and, appraisals -
decorates etc.: Original price \ Phones: Off. 964-6464 964-6328 or 964-0205. of Real Estate for

__ Under $50 Per Month $300. Has balance $61.20 or ToChorFuflGrown lltchsr! 11-16 1404 Pratt Street In Starke .private corporate and estate

= reliable party In this area can T. R. Young! PUMPSNEW Masonry Home with 3 bedrooms owners. 30 years of experience:
assume $8 monthly payments. First I living and dining area. In Florida Land matters.
,
-- HOWMobile Phone Jacksonville COLLECT Fish WE BUY used furniture, appliances AND USEDSALESPARTSSEUVICE hardwood floor. lots of closet: Starke. Florida. Tel. 964-5701
/ Quality Tropical ,
OF GAS I or anything of value.
353-1946. Ask for Credit Man space, hot water heater and
ager. Will deliver, no obligation. Regular 89c ValueS Dahmera Discount House 964. I Quaker Space heater car port ONION CABBAGE plants.
Deep & Shallow Wells Hiway 16 to 229, 4tl\
7923. Hlway
::.: With Purchase of This Heater, Or Any Home SitesAVAILABLE I Stchg 11-30 "*' word tails O tfchg I Water Softeners & Filters and 120. fenced-ln large utility back; tot yard 119 patio x house on ritrht. Terrell Hell-

"'Platy +9 FOR RENT Unfurnished 3 Service bronn Springs. ftp
1 FOR RENT Unfurnished 4 I .Expert On and cook-out. A real bar
E Heater 40,000 BTU's or MoreSLADE rooms and bath overlooking Varlatus FOR bedroom house. Easy walking All Makes gain for 1100000. A..1. DID YOU KNOW Ifa to
Full Lake Privileges Klngsley Lake. Phone 268-, *Assorted distance to shopping area. Phone 961.7061 Thomas. Realtor. Tel.964-5701 easy
a Homestead Exempt- 4477. 3tp 11123 Platys $1| Ph. 964-8403. tfch own a Longchamp Home?
Financing DURRANCE PUMP FOR SALOn Crystal Lake Better built for Florida living. -
*
MolIies: Your
REGISTERED ANGUS AND SUPPLY CO. 2 story house brick and combination plans or ours.Your
,All Live Bearers FOR SALE siding upstairs. 3 lot or ours. Contact Bu-

: Lake Geneva Best Time To Buy Cows wfth calve at side andre I t'OH SALE Poultry Ranch bedrooms. 2 tUe baths. built ford Mitchell phone 964-

Off Season Prices 'ROSE -bred; Bred Cows or Heifers; for boilers, breeders or commercial In kitchen plenty of cabinets 6853. P. O. Box 238 Starke.
BILLY Open Heifers: Bulla; Bred layers. AU contracts and closets. Central hat.!' Oar tfcilgFOR :
Trailer Sales New & Good Used Grade Heifers to calve In the
Aquatic Gardens available U desired. Two air age. Clear lake. white sand
RENT H0U8e-3 bedroom
-
spring.T. conditioned residences furnished beach. Keystone' 473-4694. ito
== GAS AND APPLIANCES LawnmowersFIRESTONE.STAnKE 2 bathS Two car car
W. BAKER If SONS
: O* Route 100 On. Mile 8JE Highway 21 South or unfurnished. Tractor -
port. Phone
964-6537 964-
Keystone Hetfhta Phone Keystone 473-4704 or farm machinery and cat. LOSE WEIGHT safely with or
332 W. Madison St. Phone 96t-7701 Open Sun. & Evening Keystone Heights, Fla. write P. O. Box 2, Lake Geneva tie If desired. Write "C". P. O Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only] 98c 7849. Itch*

1 I Fla 32660. itchg 11123 Drawer A. Starke. 2tp 11123 at Mitchell Drug. lOtp 11123 David l Cattle ..




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_THtTRSDAT. NOV. 16. 1107' BRADFORD COUNTY TBUCOBAPn. STARKB. FLORIDA SECTION 2 PACE ONE
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Open House Set I held Sunday, Nov. 19. to com cottages school, occupational Uy. Children under 12 will be of Hearing and Dent, 3445, N. for a 1968 program. malathlon about three weeks r .*-+ of DnoemhKr 19U7 othorwlfin WITNESS my hand a* ClerN
At Sunland memorate the 46th anniversary therapy. and other areas. entertained with movies and W. 10th Avenue Oa/inesville/ ", Annual adjustment (payments later 4h.I r41Don't I be entered a, Dt-fuult analnut tutlll'ment. you.. will said of anal Court Court at and Htarke the, anal Florida of,
of the institution and to Projected slides of programs games and there will be cribs Fla.. 36201.( Inquiries will bepromptly on the nearly 600 spare the water durIng -I Thin Notice shall b.. puhllnhml thin November 7th, 1987.
For. November 19 inaugurate National Mental and activities at Sunland will and play areas tor the very anaweftd. agreements entered into by the winter months. Remember In the next four ronKfttutlvown (HEALS )
Retardation Week. be shown in the auditorium.'::! small children.' farmers with ASCS during that. plants suffering ..kly iHHilea of the. Bradford / / Charles:: A. Darby
The annual open House, Open House tours will begin In Issuing an invitationthe to Refreshments. will be servedto Slash PineSeedling 1966 and 1067 In 29 Florida from lack of water may not County. Felaffraph, IL duty qualIfied In- A. .Clerk\ Of Circuit Court Of
program from the auditorium at 1:30: public. Sunland. Superin- all visitors after the tours.' counties will be made providei survive the double sufferingof newioaper published Bradford County Florida.
at Sunland Training,. p. m. and 2.IS: p. m. Quests tendent R. C. Phillip said. Quests are advised to wear TreesIn : the terms of the agreements cold and drought. aid County. U/9 4t 11/10
Center in Gainesville will be I will be conducted through the "Please briny the entire! tarnHELPING comfortable walking shoes. Big Demand are complied with' according .

r- to Mr. McArthur. Annual A BIG SCREEN COLOR TV
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Florida Economy Seedling trees for planting payments under those THE RIGHT POINT for the

are selling, at the rate of near agreements are approximate the way you write. Come In FpR ONLY $299.95PHILCO
Running Ahead one million per day. accordingto ly $1,149.000 In the counties. and select your favorite ES-
I Of Last Year Florida Forest Service nurserymen TERBROOK fountain Jen.I I
and a total selloutIs a ar
II The principal measures!' of expected. I

I: Florida economy are from 5 Demand' for slash pine seed Go -.. I
to 11 per cent ahead of levels lings continues stronger than In The Clrcnlt, Court Of The
I' set at this time last year, the for all other species combined .Let's KUhth,: !I. And Ju<.ll"For lnl 4 llrnilfuril Irrnlt, .. Of County Pl.rliln -
i Florida: State Chamber of notes R. A. J jtrMrefot.est- I ('It'11 Aotlon !
PEOPLE 1 e Cane ><>. INIEIBTIIT ,
Commerce reported in a recent atlon supervisor. Commencing .G
': business review. in mid-November' &the I ALITIN. Plaintiff
I 1 "Undei lying &the state's improving first of'the of tree VH KUTII AT.F.iV, Defendant.
: new crop By ...... Sharpe, editor ardor Of Publication Anil Notl.'e
position are gains In seedlings will be removed from Florida Agricultural. fix Of Suit
I employment and Ircome.i the nursery beds and shipped: In The Namo Of The Stnte Of
,i I There are 5 per cent more for commercial planting..State. tension Service Florida, ,: To Ruin Allan Whom.
neeldenre l I*: 415 Hick Street
HELP wage> and salary! earners em- nurseriesthree in all-'operated \VaycroNt, Qenrfcla:
!'I ployed now than at thin time by the Florida Forest Shrubs Ton are. ht-rehjr notified thata mPMILCO
''last year. Manufacturingwages Service are located near Mil- Tills Is the beginning of the ault for divorce.. and child
:i are up a per cent and ton Chlefland and Punta season for transplanting trees Btcalnat custody you hna by b Elhert ..1 total personal: Income of !the Oorda. and shrubs. The first step is the above entitled Court and
people of Florida Is running Available tree stock for: selecting!' healthy plants with citua.., and you are \hereby '- I I i
monad orrtort'il and required to
11 per cent over last year. good roots and tops./ The next
i I planting mostly dash pine! file your written answer nr do-
ThEMSELVES I "Over-all business activity estimated 70.000.000' activity Is ,to prepare the famine to the complaint In the CUSTOM COLOR TV Ir I
was
I as measured by sales tax collections FFS' I'I'ea planting, site. For bed p1a.nt1ng8 office of the Clerk; of laid
t1atholB year. Revised Court In Starke, Florida, and 267 SQUARE INCHES
1 Is up 6 per cent and Inventory figures show that such as row, dig in 4 to lorve a copy thereof on I
if measured by bank debits. pounds of complete Plaintiff attorney. IIolll V, :
69000000 of all
about fel'1t.1l1zeI'I Plan
only Easy Payment Up to 36 Months
is up 8 per cent through !the per 100 square yards I Knight and Theron A. Yawn
I types and species are ava.lJlable. P. O. Drawer F. Btarke, Florida
third quarter of this year.Oaso'lne For trees or shrubs dig a: before 19th
Let tell how like Confirmed orders for all on or the
us we are helpinghople
you your I in diameter AT
sales show 5
a per seedling:! trees already total !hole one-third larger I NASWORTHY'S '
f i help themselves. Our savings customers have the cent Increase. 43,000.000. Jordan said. than the plant's roots.
i "Visitors( at state parka Mix a cup of fertilizer and a
1. .' I assurance that their savings are safe,are earning good I throughout Florida number South Florida slash pine, generous quantity of peat in ..rw .

t returns,and are easily available when needed. 11 per cent more than during l stocks longleaf have pine already!.and sand'been pine ex the top! sou. Place the plantIn .I
tower
the first nine months of 1086, the hole slightly
They have the feeling of self-reliance that comes while national park areas hausted. On November 7. than it grew in the nursery. ,
have not fared quite so well some 20 million slash. Pine Pill in around' the plant with I
from knowing they are better prepared for financial seedlings remained and a limIted ,
Traffic at highway toll projects the soll- emergencies.Too,they know their savings will throughout !the a.ate: is number of miscellaneous ture. When the hole Is half I
,
up. 8 per cent. species.; filler:!, settle the loose earth ,.
enable them to take of
advantage pleasures that
'These plus factors dominate Slash pine seedlings are $5 with water and repeat the
snake life more enjoyable.This I the states!' economy but per thousand FOB Florida watering when the apace.
: softness in construction and Forest Service nurseries.. An around the plant is filled and

is how we are helping people like you help In the formation of new bust additional charge! of 35c per firmed. IS WORTH w
-.- nesses' Is still causing some thousand provides for scheduled Around the base of the
,_themselves._ Let us help you. I concern." deliveries to the nearest plant form a dish-shaped basin
I" locations, usually at county to hold water. Mulch the 5ti
Children With fire control headquarters. To leaves and
; plant with straw or
SAVING order trees contact the nearest
MAKES
THE DIFFERENCE shade If it Is necessary. Watering TWOI
DefectsTo Forest Service office
; Hearing newly set plants regularly n
I County Agent or Soil Conservation i
j Be HelpedThe Service. Is very important.
With rainfall' ; at. a low pointat
Council for .the Hard this time of year, it to a I
and of Hearing and Deaf has No Cropland !good Idea to conserve soil:
Savings LoanASSOCIATION v.f made plans to field an education Adjustment moisture around fruit trees by NASWORTHY'SHALFPRICE\ :

n nt9ef' program for hard of keeping down winter weeds.;I
hearing and deaf children Funds For 68 The weed eradication program I
J I I which will Include Alaohua also keeps the noxious pests I
% Li OF STARKE and surrounding counties Congress eliminated funds from using the fertilizer you

218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 : In order that a reasonable for a 1968 Cropland Adjustment applied to the trees. I II Furniture t Sale
estimate of facility and teacher Program from the Appropriations I While hoeing around the' ,
be made, Bill! passed; on
requirement
may fruit trees, inspect them for
parents, or persona having October. 10, according!' to O P. scale Remember, don.tI 8 Up To, 36 Months To Pay
knowledge of a hard of hear McArthur, State Executive Di oil for scale control'' Now is the
spray time to Buy that Furniture have been
rector. ASCS. I' you
ing or deaf chili should furnish during cool weather. Oil .
Support Your Chamber of Commerce the name address age The Senate Committee on makes most dooryard plant. wanting and at HALF PRICE! I
and level of training of each Appropriations. had Included less resistant to damage

child to: Council for the Hard !!, $332 million for this type ofprogram ing cold weather.. One m dur-I SUPER SPECIAL -- 9 x 12 Linoleum Rugs -- $3.99
but funds
no were ial to use for scale control

.r .... 4 \ included by the House Appropriations during winter. Is malabhion 50 I We Have One of the Best,TV Technicians in-ihis Section.C. .
._ i resolving -
."' -. to Committee.;In per cent emulsion' at the rate
_%% ,the various differences of 3 teaspoons per gallon of I H. NASWORTHY Furniture and
Appliances
UTAH!SHED ;1e04 1 \ 'i between the two bills, the water. If necessary, follow
BodcockbIURNITURI House version' was adopted with a second application. of
thereby eliminating any funds
and APPLIANCES -,'. r r drW' ; "'
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SECTION -" .ARX..l"UntDA TIIITRSDXV !! .
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Tax-Free Gimmicks Aid Wealthy


25' Years Ago To Escape. Fair Share Of TaxBy I



By Alice McGarrtj Russell Kay the present tax laws

4tkti ? p ,, WrUwt, Pat- Patman contends that there
Congressman: ;
others like
countless Stand
been are
of Texas has long
man
Apparently our county com the Inequities the numfter is growing b,
PBL Deserves Praise And disturbed over
Support missioners of 25 years agohad of our Income tax system. ana leaps and bouncs. In fact an

taxpayers on their backs the ease: with which* more: ana( ; organization Is now $Ifruij1U

Those who have been bored to some "hawks," some "doves," about expenses for they laid more wealthy: p.ap> are get ervlces in showing tax

fears with ninety-five per cent of and some of every degree in be- yes ,. down the law about a full ting out from under the tax dodgers; 'how, to do it and !h
:r Ate' ry91M day's. work from road maintenance t to the doing a. flourishing. bvulness.
:
the output of commercial television tween on the subject of policyin workers as follows: burden and shifting The Treasury Department

in recent years can take new Vietnam. Surprisingly, one of "All road maintenance em- little man the Overgrowing estimates that therears., be
Is
hope the strongest supporters of Administration ; p'oyees were to be working by His vet number)peeve ol. ta-fre, tweens 13.000 and.. 40.000. tax

policy was an out- ( ( cgp 8 a. m. and continue until foundations that, he C.Jtcnd4.are : free, foundations but Pafynaa i
For the ,past two Sundays we spoken member of the opposition 430: p. m. with one-half hour nothing but .tax-dodging. sans. 100,000 would be a oiora

have witnessed stimulating: and party. off for lunch. Machines were operations and If rna.dlto pay; accurate\ ?figure,.

provocative programaproduced; by to be gassed up: and oiled be- their Just share would result. in any event these tax-ex

tie Public Broadcast.Laboratory The fast pacing, immediacy fore working hours. 'In sufficient increase' tax empt; outfits are steadily,

(PBL) for the National -Educational and realistically rough-edged delivery "Loitering and talking with revenue to reduce the average.; shUtlnf the tax burden to the
passersby on the road or on little fellow{; and Qongress asa
:Television network- The of PBL as the new series taxpayer's bill substantially.\
the Job should cease: and the familiar! whole does not seem % bit
= experience has been |xpvj&tdf1lS': is nicknamed gave the pro- road graders should not stand While we are outfits ell enjoying concerned atooutt It. Pat nan
with the big
serieslast gram a sense of legitimate showmanshIp Idle for any considerable time like the rotaFoundation has received J+t.t.. .. support
:. :t The second in ther that is all too rare in while the motor Is running, In tax-exemption Rockefeller from: his co'leagues and leu

Sunday night was a fine example run-of-the-mill educational tele- sa' 'w : i ... fact it sTiou'd be kept buoy Foundation; and we: know UttW from the Administration, In

-, ol what coast-to-coast-education vision. .. moving all the time during growing number : his efforts to. brine $yl X, relief
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about tjw ever
= al television can offerer..... a hard working:) hours of siwaJt-tax-dodsta* set fIG' the little feltom. ,

hitting, informative, investigative, The first in the series was two .- R,, "Our country' is at war ups that. are passing thC.l bucfc.to. > Uxu18J, the law the.Tt asuryDSPajttBSnt

=- national magazine of the air and a half hours in length and ; *' ,;, and everyone Is expected to do ., the UUle..:leUnrw S fc l squired; to issue -
r his best ot all times. Our ax.exeri pteJ.'tltlicate
to by a (
the second was two hours, givingthe An example pointed
waves. roads must be at organization. that. can
maintained /
: I1E-a of an nilnols. to any
time to develop Patimn Is the case
producers ample the lowest polble cost aryl aMedVal meet' the loose criteria', of Intent -
= iThe treated Sunday who set up ,
topics their subjects in depth, r <' r, ::.- .TIT. you will! be expected to ooop > doctor; fouptla- .. to support:, educational: ,
Research.1'
the 1. /;
= night included a report on l*** J* ikaitLj
the atmosphere of hustle msHss9Fim erate- to fullest t. scientific
without the extei) health or
H fc 1 1 .L dA ; i # S, rAn yea and turned over, his assets welfare,
danger of contaminated meat; The notle stoned by. "research' projects.
and bustle that too often permits wa to it. The fourrat'onwhioh similar
= naming namea of offending pack- commercial newscasts to touch only ( W. M. Edwards, chairman. he control, hires him Th? ;Playboy Foundation of
and advising the viewer to j i r'aar'4, county: commission. l for ejcanvpJe! was
= sick, the highspota of a subject.In at a oomfartftWe l s,!laryaa granted
= federally)' inspected brands. medical administrator: and his a certificate in 1M4

= that 25 tier' cent of commenting favorably on the H. A. Carlton Chief Qbser- assistant to undertake a project including -
If was.noted! 6'IR' : wife hJ&f iwr aur\ *
Gainesville Sun ( Wty' jt'c10"pe "I vr of the airplane observa-! The a "study of smut on pub-
= the| vent Bold. In.the. country new series, the + t'on tower aopotnted-the folJowlmr / administrator. lio mora'.s.: "
;& of the industry impressed by the free- goo>j doctor cvn.tnues: : : his
c9mes. FOJl, part was seven ladle to be re- Let's all of us get in the

= npti.under. federaUnsp 1io1)), and
.of,, the .,scenes of unsanitarycopdjtion4 depth, the intensity, the length of bhe tower on a :24 treats the some aa before with to determine "Health

= in plants;, : with only allowing thoroughness, and the hour,\ basis: Monday Mrs. the same, equipment. Hazards of Flying Saucers,"

= ate{ spection., were sljockihg} topersona lack of over-cautious editing, so George B. Flynn; Tuesday, The foundation p:1ya: the if any or the "Relation of Educational
stbmachs. production led the Interesting Race If It MaterializesFARMER'S Miss Sara Porthress: Wednesday Value of the Study
with weak that the total Mrs. Oraoe Wainwright upkeep j of h's' office provideshim of Termite Intelligence." Put
viewer to do his own thinking and with a comfortable home,
Thursday! Miss Ida. and wife or
=- ded was a fascinatingexposing } ; yourself your
and
se tent the hard-core reacting. Lou Davis; Friday Mrs. D. A. a car payj his expenses great grandmother\ on the
DIARYgreen sends his children to college
Monteith; Saturday, Mrs Jun' Board, buy a new car increase
= hyckeiea itoethods.; that are used Many other favorable comments and even provides him with
ius M. Smith and Sunday your life' insurance bet 1 up a
-:: UyV&Udison' ) ,Avenue public rela- have been heard pn the series, There were patches of frostat color and loaded with Mrs. W M. Wimberly All ob. a generous retirement plan. retirement plan move into a
ResearchFoundation
Uona! aftd,,advertising: agencies to and it offers pleasant and rewarding various places throughout bloom and some email 1 torn- servers were urged to have Being a so-called organization, new house\ and let the foundation

= sell I 4, candidate to the American relief to those who may the area last week In the seasons yA toes. substitutes who couM take : the foot the bill while you
doctor
= publfc just,aa they'sell cigarettes be fed up to the gills with Bat first cold spell but by over in case of absence of a no fin Income this case tax.the It is a]beautiful pays- go tax free. It la as simple.*

hucksters and other exercises no means a killing frost which regular.A that.uuasaau.saaa.uas.
= deodorant. The Man Space Man, under
or a But we're not looking! forward set-up' and legal
freely admitted th t.they. were interested in boredom.If knocks down tender vegetation to picking any edible tomatoes -
everywhere. Indeed we plan to ration miles driv- .
: only in creating an image : as they grow very
have a free hour or two saw poinsettias In bloom in en to aid the war effort, Instead
that would you t slowly at this time of the
= 'of a candidate could do Starke. so you know theyweren't .4 of gasoline was announ-
next Sunday night, you year and are almost bound to ** ******* **
= to him" justas ',
the voter "buy the cold.
cause hit by ced by chairman of the Rationing -
much worse than tune in at 8:30: lose the race with. Jack Frost.
= they buy a new detergent. Board W. P. Smith.
FFA NEWS
When. asked If their consciences and catch the next edition of Public Another Indicator which we But meanwhile the plants Under the new program' all. THERESSABRADFORD :

them in an"image" Broadcast Laboratory. If you use is the Turks cap as it Is proclaim loudly "See what. we tires In excess of five per ,

= didn't bother Belling the' like what you see, let the fact be so terser thet you' just say Ry Sam McGarvey: can do if we get a nice diet car, must be disoosed, of be- CHAPTER I
': rather than man will be in the vicinity of veryrich garbage." By $Cheryl Griffin ;
known and perhaps PBL the word: freeze fore gasoline could be obtain! <
= himself, they: refused to ,admit the the leaves refuse, and the plants are
allowed to continue, if enough of plant dark ed. All tires had to be regis ...
lush in growth a goad -
= any misgivings. interest and support is give p the ghost The cnes at _..... tered. The Bradford and Starke Hope Baptist Church: Sun-
public place by without
got
= Another fascinating segmentwas ; our FFA" Chapters, held an assembly day School.; 10 a.. m. Morning
shown.. The viewing public has damage: but we presume that The city cf Stacks retired program on Friday: Nov Worship 11, Training Union, I

=. a lengthy, provocative con everything to gain if it is. In some areas! the "licks'frost! got. in NEWS And NOTES .- : $10,000 of 1 Us bonded; Obt. 10. in honor of Veterans Day. 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship,

frontation of eleven congressmen* same pretty. hard. '" CTwncl': % oSilrmsn H. A. B'*- Several members of the Amer- 7:15.: I
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,... I;) I < i. b r .yes ,*:.I For Today's HomemakersBy hop said.. "If we have luckIf t-an: Legion were guests and .'BtwrtS, 5 Study Is held each
But the real story is the ".t'
U H1'; people will come up and:! Judge Yawn was the speaker. Monday afternoon for grades
"' The Cycle Turned For BHS GriddersFor continuing dry weather. The Martha Sue McCain pay their taxes: the city will be The Bradford Chapter held 1-6' a*' Hope Baptist Chut+rh.
bad enough,
cold
snap; was able to pay off another $10- its fifth meeting of the year All children are Invited to
,H a coaches began spring but as the weather was! dry County Extension 000 in Janna": He painted: on Nov. 14 for the purpose of coma and bring a friend and
= straight! three Tornado and:! windy it certainly didn'tdo
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30 games out that w'th' the January initiating Future Farmer de- your Bible. Transportation' is
Home Economics Agent
last with a raw, the strawberry plants any /
= ipmplete seasons, IKS" Fighting practice year !*.'tnent male the city would grees. These members are: Ev- provided afterwards

= Tornadoes of Bradford High dom raw, group of prospects. But good. Aside from a f light rain I hive only M2.000 of ,long-) / erett Henley, $70; Edwin There will be an area. wide

.:. inated Class A football in Florida. hard work by both players and about haven't two had weeks amount ago, we to f.. nrilmr debt left. Another Eonjars::: :! $125.20; Jerry Oibbs. Sing this Saturday. night at

coaches saw, the youngsters .develop speak! of for some any time and TRADITIONALTURKEY' The holding of frozen etuf- tSO.OOO due the federal government $180; Larry Ollsaon $236.06; Bethel Baptist Church, near.

= They never lost a game, al- more than anybody expected. we have a typical' fall droughton : ALL TIME FAVORITEIf fangs at zero degrees for one for recent water and Travis Wynn $17609; Buddy Starke. starting at 7 p. m.

}though being tied twice, as they Coaches began to think BIIS our hands.! Benjamin Fiianklln had week results In wet, uninvit- sewage Improvements was not Hardy, 141.85; Daniel Norman Everyone Invited.

= Class A state with been granted his wish, the ing stuffings and the, seoeon- due for 20 years.A $5769>>; Robert Rosier Miss Shirley Clark. of Law
,won two straight might a team good
come up turkey and not the 1 bald; eagle. ings take.on a bitter flavor.To $6083> James Norman, Jr., tey waa a weekend guest ofMil.
= championships. They consistently enough to win six or seven ball- And speaking of weather It Business Woonans Circle
would now appear on the Prepare StuffingAnd $315; Freddy Rowe, $105 : Florla Jean Black.
defeated bigger team from games good enough to play looks as If we've gotten< Oreat Seal of the United Roast Poultry: of the Baptist WMS was or- These are the names of the Mrs. Fred Manure of Joctfonvttle
without
this season/ v
= larger towns when by all odds everybody except perhaps Lake through hurricane or even heavy rains States. lIe coflslrterp-f!! the tur- Dresi and clean ''VO t.ry. irivntTMd! M the home of Mr. new chapter farmers and the was a Saturday guest

they should have gone down. A City a real good ball game. from a storm In this general key a very respectable brd anda : Melt shortening<< in 'a sklllek and! Mrs L. A. Canova. The amount they earned In their of Mr. and Mrs. :H. F. Clover-

= small high school but in foot tall true native of America add onion and celery and, object of the new organization projects.The; settle.
z area. Of course It is possible
But even before the season be- we'll but No doubt Franklin would be saute in the hot fat for 15 la to give women who are em Chapter Farmer Degree Mr: and Mrs. W. E.. Dampier -
that
ball-loving community the Tornadoes have one,
= gan injuries cropped up, and they judging by the record for pleased to know that the demand minute! Combine bread I cubes ployed.. In the day a chance tan is the highest degree attended the wedding of
were lucky enough to have has salt and poultry sea- the evening to help: their which be
until 13 Tornadoeswere for turkey grown pepper can conferred upona Dale Kanacosta In Savannah
: kept occurring It is not likely '
:: superb material and superb coach- many years. over the ;years and Indications soning with sauted mixture. church and also have a axial: member of tiff> local chap- Oa. last Saturday. .
of at time. A
action
,ing from a dedicated group of out one now are that America will eat Aid:: water and mix thoroughly time.Mrs. ter.. Mrs. Bill Phillips of toddle-

= ,men who instituted a physical few are back, but most are still on Prices at the market more turkey In years to come. Lightly spoon abutting; Into L. A. Canova is the The chapter also voted unanimously ,burg was a weekend guest of

= \fitness program and taught foot- the sidelines. fell somewhat last pecan week, but It is popular now not only neck cavity, using enough leader of the circle and Mrs. to cooperate. *''WIth Re. and Mrs. Merle Pack-
butthroui'tout so that poultry will look Charles! Torres is co-'eader, the
during holiday season Starke chapter; In constructing -
ham.
ball strategy that smaller are still high, due to the scar.
so a Bradford gridders had been
the entire year. plump when served. Fold Mrs. LePa Mun'y, retary- road
signs to >9
M*. and Mrs. R O. Zeigler'of
of nuts this Several -
city
group of boys were made superior' lucky in the past few years when of the farmers season.we talkedto To make preparing and neclc-fikln over and skewer it treasurer and Mrs. Ethel M. placed! at all main roads entering Gainesville Mr.: and Mrs.

to other teams. relatively few injuries occurred. said they had only a light roasting the turkey a ileasura to back. Fill the xtomlnal BUrgs enlistment chairman.Mrs. ( Bradford County.James Jessie Lee Mrs. Rhoda. Dampier '
luck is rather than a chore follow cavity with remaining: stuf A. E. Llglntfoot served as Allen, Reporter.
-a But being a small school, even Perhaps lady simply eve- yield on their trees or only and Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
these simple direction fing. Close by sewing the skin secretary pro tem.
ning things out. enough for the family's use. Dampier; were Sunday,, dinner
= 1by Class A standards Bradford .
,vv, -
Stuffing Direction. togehter with a heavy string, vvvvv .yy..yBavless vvr
No doubt the light yield hasmade guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
(High this year simply did not Tornado players this year are it tough on oho squirrels 1. To lightly! fill the titxtomInal o>' by skewering the skin to- The Bow'drome at Blandlni QrUfis .
= and neck pocket together''' with heavy string Center held a series of championship -
shave a team of experienced play- cavity a
no less couragous than those who and crows, too. )but they HiwavBy Mr. and Mrs. C. B. ( for'1ra11pf'
of the together contests, Bradford
allow three-fourths cup or by skewering skin -
= sera with two or three years of have a habit of getting their
won so many games. They try Trilby were visiting. Mr.
stuffing per pound to poultry, and lacing with a Countv vs. Camo\ Branding,
'physical conditioning behind them. just as hard and BIIS coaches supply ..first, so we guessthey'll \ Mn. O. and Mrs. A. 1. .Batten last
dressed weight, or one cup per heavy string.. 'Twist.:wing taps for, I bath men and women. E. Croll"
....: ,To begin with the" boys wefe labor just as hard and long. do aU right. : pound ready-to-oook weight. onto back to hold them In Tie winner of the ladlesoontest a.a.u........ Saturday.

= ,young. Only six seniors were 2. Allow the same amountof place. Tie legs together securely .' was Dot dray, with a .AAA. S1d.neyOl'ltUs and daughter -
= .listed on the rosterherest;' were Two games remain on the 1967 U we get an early and cold stuffing for turkey weIgh- and fasten ta: .tall. !foor 01' 430: second. Lillian Happy birthday to Miss *, and1' Martha Batten recently -

i juniors and sophomores, young schedule Orange Park and winter as will It now be seems burned likely, ing 20 pounds or more because Grease skin thoroughly with ster abers[. with 419. and Cat Annette Padgett and. J. D. visited {Mr. OrlBQs, brother -

-: and inexperienced. <{. ,' Bishop Kenny. Against Orange and pastures so will the cattlemen up asthey'll the abdominal cavities melted shortening Place: atul- Keene with 403. Terrell this week Wttbur.Oriff: ; who ,is

= Park this week the Tornadoes will have to do a lot of of large birds are approximately fad'bird on rack In pan. Insert Neal nreser was. the winner .Mr. and''Mrs Forest Crosbyof confined to the Veterans Hospital -

= The big, rugged \ Tornado: line again play the role of underdog.The feeding. Already we've seen the same size. The difference a meat' theromomeMr Into of tau! metis' ClaM' A content Jacksonville were vi .iUog .in Qalnesville.Mrs. .

that carried the team for two some pastures which were in weight is due to the skin between first and second with a score of 176: Art Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Conner :.Edna: Feagle of Miami

= years graduated and no Larry team record now standsat nipped by frost, but none that added amount of meat on the rltw of turkey so that Mana, a. second with S62 and Mrs. Beulah Kelly.Sunday was the weekend guest of her
carcass. bulb end rests in the center of and BID Oerlach third with afternoon sister. Mrs. .
Brown's 44. The Tornadoes could witha have been turned brown and and attended Marian Sullivan.ITBRARY
showed
to take their
= up 3. For fluffy light-textured the stuffing. Cover( .turkey 520. Church Sunday night.

place. There were no real experienced superhuman effort, luck, and stopped growing.. 1 stuffings which are high In loosely with apiece. of foU'or Kenneth Padgett of Palmetto TO CLOSE

= backs. better-than-ever support from flavor, fill the cavity lightly.As a square of cheese cloth dipped STORY HOUR spent the weekend with FOR THANKSGIVING, .
their fans, still come out with a The poultry industry Is the juices are absorbed by In,melted fat. Roast uncovered AT TilE LIBRARY his parents. Mr. and Mva. The Bradford County Public

= And so this year the,cycle has winning season. flourishing serious here but and It that ha.sone the stuffing during the roasting In a slow'oven 1300 'The Ballad of the Ptterim Lloyd Padgett. Library will be dosed Thursday

I = tu'rned. Any football ,. oach who is files problem Concentration of period it will expand. 350 degrees] until thermometer Cat" will be told at Story Miss Susan Whiteford ,of .... : Nov. 23. ftjyj Friday."
"': We loved them, honored them, Overpacking will,, result in a registers! 165. Doneneas Hour this afternoon (Thursday OaJnesvlUe spent the weekend Nov.'24 for the Thanksgiving
: stays in the coaching business thousands of chickens in a .
and went to the games to support compact less desirable pro- of meat may be judged also!. < ] from 3:30: to 4:19: at the with Misses Linda and Brenda IiollMalt,

-", i long enough will experience such them when they were winning. small tiatlon area of manure means a and concen-that coict: and may cause the turkey by the ease with which, the Public Library. It is the tory Kelly at their home on

to burst drumstick: can be moved up I ofa little girl. Prudence: Smith, Crosby Lake.
= a'year. They need us even more now. in turn a lot of files .
means
'
4. For safest results, the and down,. and if the thigh who ''smuggles a scandalous Mr. and:: Mrs. Emmett :Lyons

'r The everything'possible pouJtrymen to are combat doing stuffing should be mixed Immediately meat. feels soft when the tramp oat. aboard. ,\the May- of Ma.rlettae guests 1 parents. ,Mr. anj. Mrs. T. V.

I Selling Our Names To Junksters the problem but so fa.-. to our prior to use. The thickest partIs pressed between :DOwer, and all. \the troubles of Mr. .and Mrs.-Perry" Lyons Woom'n.Quit .
stuffed bird should be paced the lingers. Allow a that follows All dtvlldrenthrough 8 Sunday.Mrs. '
knowledge, no real solution at Urge crowd &tteJld'I'd.
in a pre-heated oven lit\,, once. 20 minute rest period aUc removing .9 ,are Invited. Mra, Barney EgKernd .
t Iti was a bit disconcerting! to Somehow, it seems a sneaky has been found.V If it Is necessary to hold the' the bLrd from t.M oven .Harry :Oruen will be the daughters: Misses Barbara and the annual fish.fry at thechurch

= leant that the State pf Florida atuffed: poultry before roast- to 'aisurej highest center-of- storyteller. Beverly Saturday night.! Everyone -
way for the state to make a fast time Ezgers of JackaonvlUe hush-
Some ago.we did a enjoyed fish and
Inn, the stuffing should ba stuffing temperature and 'to
earns $20,000 a yea by Belling pent the weekend with her
M= facts about taxpayers to R. L. buck by the !sale' of our names, at story on aClay' County egg:; chilled before use, and the allow for ease in carving. puppies.,

half a cent each, to mailing list\ producer mho installed an clean stuffed bind' should be Stuffing Inaredientll.For 9
= Smith & Co. of Detroit, a majorS "electric fence" around the refrigerated. 10 Lb. Turkey -

distributor of mailing list used dealers, using information given dropping pits in an effort to tt short
5. Recommended advancepreparations cup zing) I rup The Bradford
= .. by .those, who flU pur boxes with. when! we buy an auto tag or adriver's get rid of the pests A charged for handling chopped onion 1 cup choppel;: County Telegraph

= BO- -Prepare and measure dry es one-half inch square!, or
= 'And state use of computersmay fectly legal, we just don't believethe they breed and multiply sa: ingredients Store at room 15 ,cups No. 2 five-eight! inch E. MATTHEWS Editor and PublisherFlorida's .

State needs $20,000 that bad. fast that while the method: temperature fresh enriched bread
: slices.
mails
= mean even more junk Oldest ,
helped:* it did not by any Prepare and measure liquid 1 *i teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon Q Weekly Newwp.per PabtUhed Owttn.iMly

= for Florida( residents in future We hope our Legislators get so means solve. .the.problem. and perishable &&noirl d- poultry\ seasoning. one<-fourth. ..., Under The Same Ma*. Had

= 4 years... ..Computerized operations much junk mail in their boxes tents. Refrigerate teaspoon' pepper. 1 cuo water. 110PuIlUabed
In the years that wa farm -Combine liquid and dry 1 oup ohoppevt; nuts. Yield: 10
= 1 areexpected,. to,:make it possible before the next session of law- ed we never /saw anything Ingredients at the last mlnuU. cups stuffing. eawh Thnnday and aaUre4 aaSeoond Caw Matter. .* &lit Post Offle

S i by 1 1 IJ,9mpUe, l list on'anyone. making that they'll do something grow like the 'volunteers' ona -Fill turkey. truss and Variation: 2 cups chopped al Starke, FUrld under Act ef ..... ...... U7.

= 4 who, purchases alt auto tag or about stopping this; unsavory garbage pit. At this time roast Immediately pecans or 2 raps\ crioppe -lMe-tpt.aMte.nd4 arena 1 leer.. "-Of.s _atu.ISSO
we have a "crop" of tomatoes 8. Freezing of prepared chestnuts, or 1 pint of oysters. Datable trade areas 1 year. f.L5Oltha.; t2M
title or 'a driver.s license. practice.
-"t ., owing when we bury oar stuffings< la not 'recommended.
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many. ( lovely> and useful being given for each--quite a CHURCH. STARKE
( g-lfts. Refreshments were servo bit of hurry In. dear ole Brook Sunday Church School! ,
ed by the homeS! er and how about excitement? 9:45: a. rn.- Morning Worship
BIRTHDAY DINNER With Iva Jean Harell's white 11 a.. m.; Smack Supper foMYF
By Joyce Stoke.AAluuAAAAAAA.A&4aAW. Mrs. J. V. Edwards: Sr.. will mustang being stolen from in' J p. m.; MYF" meeting,
be 88 years old' this month. front Oif Jwu ta's Beauty 6:30: pm.; Evening Worship
She will celebrate her birthday Shop right In .the daylight 7:30: p. m.Mond'y.
PTA MEETS this year with a covered lucky the thief. decided to give Men's Club, 7 The Brooker PTA met dish luncheon, beginning at 11a. up and the car was not damaged m.: MYF" Sub-District meets
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cartetrla. President W. H. her son, J. V. EjIW !I"dlS. Jr. all to be sure and take the Circuit, 7:30: p. m.
Hayes presldn' :! at the business and his wife Zona Edwards keys out of your automobile, Wednesday Bible Study: I '. ,
meeting.> A report was near Brooker. Mrs. Edwards even If you are just parkingit and Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. ---- _.- ----- -
I given on the Halloween Carnival wished to extend a special In your own yard. Lets of t
and the results were a Invitation to ail. her friends excitement going on the nightof m.MADISON STREET BOATDRAIN BAPTIST RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST

very nice profit this year. and relatives to attend' : this Trick or Treat. two: I hear. BAPTIST CHURCH CIIDBCII CHURCH: ''CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
Work has begun on the tennis luncheon and help her celebrate Brooker, sure is a nice! Flare: Sunday Nov. 19 SUnday I
court on the school grounds.: this 88th birthday to live tho why, we even School 9:45: a. m. Worship, 11 Sunday School 10:00: a. m., Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule of services: Bun- Sunday: School, 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
PTA also agreed to furnl4i Charles Castlen enjoyedspend4.ng have a nice new school building a. m. Youth Choir, 4:30: p. rn. Morning Worship, 11:00 a School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 day School, 9:45: a. m. Morn- Morning Worship, 11 a. Bland Morning Worship 11 a. m.;
the money for landscaping! the the weekend In Mia with NO heat. -and JustIn Youth: Supper 8:45; Training m., Training Union, 7:00: p a.m. and 7:30 Training Ing Worship 10:45: a. m. 7 Pm-.Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.!

grounds for the new school mi. He accompanied his time for cold weather too. Union 6:19: ; Prayer Circle, m., Evening Worship, 8:00: p. Union 6:30: p-m.p.m.- Rev. Jack Training Union, 6:45:< p. m. Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
building. At the cloe oif the grandfather C. L Atkinson! on Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bass 7:15: : Worship, 7:30. m., Stolte paator.KINGSLEY Evening Service, 7:45.: Midweek Thursday Visitation, 10 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at 8
meeting refreshments were the Silver Meteor to and from Association OA'i meeting Wed.. 7:30: ( Prayer Service Wed- Rev. Lane
'half):' as guests this weekend:!, Monday Prayer a. m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Harvey pas
served by: Mrs. Lucille Edwards Miami. Mr and Mrs. Thomas: Harleyof Hampton 3 ..to 8 p. m? p. m,- -Rev. Virgil Lovett LAKE nesday, 7:45: p. m tor.
Mrs. Bobby Doyle Mrs. Friends of Leroy Stokes, will Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. D. Wednesday Prayer\Meet'ing ;:- Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST
James Reid! Mrs. Gary Rakes : be Interested to learn that he A. Baughman of Mulberryand swish:! Visitation 7:30: SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST
Ronald Bristol and Mrs. In the Alaohua 8:15.' Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m.
Mrs. : is a patient Mr. and Mrs. Farell' Mal- Church Business Session, : BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
John Rlgxs.SHOWER General Hospital.. lery of Charleston S. C. Church Choir Practice. 8:3O: BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a. m. 8:1.: W. Pratt St. Bundacr Morning Worship, il a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
I. Mrs. Gene Edwards N'4 Thursday OommunMa< Training Union 6:15: p. m. services Tralnlnx Union. 7 p. m. Eve Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Miss Regina Hatred' bride- daughter of Columbus Onto, Visiting Mrs. May Mott this Thanksgiving Service, 7:30: a. Sunday. School. 10 a. m.;: Evening Service 7:30: p. m. : Sunday School, 10a. ning Worship 8 p. m Training union 6:30: p. m
week was her son Ralph from Service, 11 Midweek Prayer Service m. Preaching, 11 a. m.
Morning Worship
elect was honored Thursday are spending several days here
I service Evening Service, 7:30.
I Wp-inesday: night : Prayer
night' with a lovelybridal with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards Silver Springs, Md. m.Norman L. Redding, Interim''a. m.i Training Union. 8:3( Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come Training Union. 6:15: p m. 7:30 welcome. Meeting Wednesday
: m. Everyone 7:30
p.
shower given at the Brooker and family Visiting! Mrs. Alberta Stokes pastor. p. m.; Evening Worship, ,7:30 let us worship together Evening Worship, 7 p. m. :
-1. L. Parker, pastor. p. m.-Rev. R H. Butler
,
fund this week- Everyone welcome .
daughter Ruby Elder
Civic Center' The building: Well WeJl! -Brooker Is get p. m.
was decorated through out ting to be quite a place these end were. Mr. and Mrs Har- Services MondayFor Prayer Meeting.< Wed., 7:30p. : PINE LEVEL BAXTISl T. C. Williams pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST pastor

with green. yellow and white. days with weddings. Both vey Fipps and son Mr. and m.; O. A. Meeting, Wed.,,: Sunday School, lo a. m
Games were played and en- Janice Mott and Regina Har-i Mrs. Dewey Stokes of Jacksonville John B. DyeIn 7:30: p. m.; choir Rehearsal, Morning Worship 11 e. in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN!! Sunday: Bible Study 10 HEILBRONN BAPTIST

Joyed by the number of guests real having a church wedding 1 Mr. and t Mrs. Carl Jones Chapel Wed.. 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood Pre-6ervlr (Booster bane Sunday School, 9:4S a. m.; Morning Worship and Sunday School 11:15: a. sj:!\
: a. n.
.__1 Martin LaMar Robinson and I meeting last Monday Young people, aid Pray Communion Service 11 a. m.Evening Morning WorMilp, 11 a. m. .
''fiancee of Ft. Myers: and Sgt. Morning Worship, 11 a.. ,
Training Union. 6:30
ot in eacu month. Rev David Service, B p. BI. Evenln services 6:30.: : p. m.
Jctm:: Bryan Dye 72 m'l I
Florida and Mrs. Charles Rotlnson: of I Youth
Serving Newberry.Mr. Fort: Lauderdale:: : and Kingsley Medeiros, pastor I Worship 7 ?. m. UI1wftir I Fellowship 6 p. Wednesday Worship service Training Union 7:00: p. m.

Since 1950 and: Mrs Rna'd Vf'y;' Lake, died Saturday after- HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHhighway lervlce, Wednesday, 7:30: p Choir Practice Wednesday., 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. week Evening/ Prayer Service. 8:00.: Mid
Service
Nov. 11, In Bradford I8 I p.rn.Itev.. :7:30p.
gins and fam'lv"'' oft Gainesville noon brief m.-Rev. D. 1. Rams..,dy pas- I f: BeO. m. Wednesday.
after .
orr aNl tg tdtRRCe. Una.Airs. were visiting; Mr. and:! County Hospital a ( 10)Theresmj) LOrI Robert D. :Burch:

... Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins Sun l.lness.! Monday School 10 a. m. .
MVV"si. "' Mr. Dye was born In
v9/vsu w V w0 -
Morning 11
Worship- a. m
day.Mrs. boro, Ga. on April 2. Sta.tes-I '
Ethel Russ spent the son of the late William I Training Union-8:30: p. m.
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Evening Worship 7:1: !
Tai'lulah: Hussey Dye.
\ Carolyn CordiallyEaves Sonny Dukes and family In chairman. of the board of the I I I p.m. An investment in Your Future

Welcomes I Gainesville.PFC Everglades Fertilizer: Co. of Wednesday Nlgru 'ayer
Representative J' Patrick W. Castlen left Fort Lauderdale, and was a Services 7:30: p. m. Rev.,

Ph. 961-5812 You and Your 'Sunday for Ft. Db N. J. member of the Methodist Merle Packhani, pastor ATTEC1 oo LUfi IL
where he will await further Church.' ,
122 N. Bay St. Family to Your
'orders for Germany, after, Surviving are two sons, Alfred NORTHSIDE!: BAPTIST
Starke New Home spending): : several days leave M. and John:: B Dye Jr:, I
here with his mother, Mrs. both of Fort Lauderdale> : one Located onBaywes: ug-! -
Leroy Stokes. brother Charles E. Dye, of way' [ISR 225)at Raftord ROM?
The State of FloridaIt Mrs. Cathy Clayton and Jacksonville Beach: two sla I I [SR 16)). Services' : $und !.v 1' 1 -------.11 II II I II IIa

Wynn and School 10 a. m. da4nn.1n1 )
Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and Miss Betty Stokes of Lake ters Mrs. Mary
,
both of !\ 11
; Worship
Hamilton spent the weekend Mrs. Mattie Treece a. m + q ,
To Acquaint You With Your City. here with Mrs. Leroy Stokes Jacksonville; and: six grand- Training; Union, 6:30: p. m I ;,
and visiting with their father Children. Evening Service 7:30.: Mid : if .: : J.t A Looh at the Cross I j

If you are new in the area, a phone Leroy Stokes who is a patientIn Funeral services were held Week1 Prayer Service Wednes ,; : ,:
r the Alachua General Hospital at 3:30: p. m. Monday In Jones diY 7:30.Rev, Glenn Law Jh' !
call will bring you a prompt visit In Gainesville. Memorial Chapel with Dr. hon. pastor : }H. on THANKSGIVING f

James R. Neale' Jr., pastor of I ,.,,"t.t >:.: *
from your local hostess. Please give Faith Presbyterian Church, BETHEL BAPTIST CHUKOT 1

NOTICE of Melrose, officiating' Inter- 'Ii "Surely he hath borne our grIefs, and carried f:
her a call! She has maps and many I will not be responsible for & In Crosby Lake Sunday, School, ,,10 a. m 1 .
any debts Incurred by Cemetery under direction of Morning: Worship' ,. 11 a. m ,v ;,fie" /' i. ( our sorrows yet u, did esteem him ,..
anyone
free and wonderful for
gifts you
from local l>Ubin sses. other than myself. Home.DeWitt C. Jones -Funeral Evening Worship, 7:30: p." m I i stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted.( .1
Toby O'Neal. Prayer Meeting, 7:10: p. m
2tP 11J16, Active pallbearers. were W Wednesday R T. W, I: I ti S
H. Edwards Jf, George ':'W.. Newmans, pastor til ; "But he wa wounded for our tramgrei '
.- e-- _. _. -- Roberts Carl Lamar Johns, I v'.: 1:51I
m Oui Kopekmsos, M. C.: Well, FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ::.i soon,he was bruited for our iniquities, :the f,:

1 JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS. and prow; Strickland.: OF STARKE I ,. ;I chastisement: of our peace was upon him M.
DIRECTORY West Weldon .
St. .
and nal-
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Tord.ROM. .s. '\'....:'r"y' : .ii!: and with hit stripes we are 'healed./

Sunday' Services: 10:00: a.m

Auto Sales & Service 1 nrYr + !?Sunday, ch90r: 11:00: a.m. I ;: "All we like deep have gone aitrau, we
MOTORCYCLES Morning Worship; 6:30: p.m. r ;4 1'
LANDROVER PIANOS I C. A.. Services. : 7:30: urn. #;!i have turned every one to his own way' and :
Evangelistic i the Lord hath laid on him the Iniquity of
Wednesday. t7:30: p.m. MidWeek .
Finest In HONDA, For, Musical<<; AdviceIPIANO "
The World's / Prayer Meeting. t :4 us all. Isaiah 53.4-f. '
4 Wheel Drives N + PIL9t ''r,' WV.I.Qeor..e! Green ." ;
M0TORtjYCLESALL c TARTER NICEEstablished ; : ,I ,
w' o : :
Sold and Serviced by ,Je. + I <-
Roberts' Chevrolet r t r j9F 1' I r 'j{: ,::.. : < '" .'\; Our prayer this Thanksgiving Season! is
.
Green Cove Sprinnrn' 3033 MODELS } n A { 'AIRPARK' LAP TI5T J nl. lj-, ; s I"I; I
;' ." tI that will attend the house of Cod
1 ,
f :
everyone I
Jacksonville 26-t-D6uO t ,
Sunday j"'SchoOl 10"a.. 'm. ,: ...'.;1> it!'" I

Merchants Green Stamps, ( Morning},WorshiP: 11 a m. :, ; :' .: .' :.:.. j ";.1\1 7' giving thanks unto him for his great gift, }: 1
'o *WfciiliU -* f d OK" .I\.J.\ '. 1 ,I',,, m
1948 .}... r I'Tralnliag Union,' 7. p. m.,Eve- which is eternal life his
JEEp .It't through sow
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Open 8 A.M. .. 7 P.M. Checkering & ..' .i'r,. ,Ir' nlng f.service .8' p* m.-Rev.' ,, "l'co.' :

Vehicle Tues., Wed., Thuri., Fri. Other Name Brands .' I Leroy Oiive.Pastor.; : :i" .; ?::' !: :;m'!: ; ;<<'I. : : : :' }:
9 fffp Wagoneer Station }, : ;: : rr \
Hamilton
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Lynn l"Wlf
By
CONN ORGANS FIRST i 1 I 1.tlrl
Jeep Wagons Universal Open Sat8 A.M. 0 P.M 2631 Park Jacksonville 888-8319 STARKE'BAPTIST. CHURCH s&&. r', '. Iyl
to
,o Jeep Gladiator Trucks Closed Sunday & Monday 'ask Chances a marble are,dealer If you to were name Sunday -, Sunday School,, E!::.}}.}::ya\Cr.W'AL'::: : hVrOr: =::: :ii,::wm:::;:;}:::;:;::::!;@miir3:::: :: '2W-:$;:::: }, Sh'.w:',+*;l+{A.p:::SYi: Y:'.Y-0YW.nyyjyy..kL7:1:: ;:; : : ; :::::;:

'. Authorised: Service' MOTORS St CYCLES I from experience the ore mostlmPOJ'lt.an.t 9:45: a.; m. Morning' Worship, : ;: Tho Chunk It MI"appoint" *)og..., 'In Hid world(I.,iprMdlng the....,,11I..01(Hit/tow 4,ty T1lt{} I II

Approved Parti 4040 Blaildlng Blvd PICTURE FRAMES thing affecting out- 11 a. 'm., *ennin: "Jesus. The I: la mm and. ol'Hit dtmotd.. hi/ mm. to loipood to Idol"lore by ta.lng' his noghbor.. Without'.. ..
4 Wheel Drive 2 WW Author and Finisher
of Our ft
1 board performance; he'd sty I ttii grounding In Iho lore of Cod, no govirnmnl' or wlily of war ol life mil bug 1:; r.. '"
Drive Jacksonville 771-8244 a propeller. According to Faith .Choir I rehearsal at ii ,ir"v.It and Iho htidomi.hkh wi hold M dray' mil Imtllobly' tnlik... "TJitrtlon., even : .
EDDIE BLAND Evinrude Engineer Bill Smale, Christian. :CSvurch,"for Community 1; horn I tolrlili pot.ol view l ono. iliould. lupport tho shed 'lot lip lolt o) Hw wdlon' r: :'.l lI ::J I''f-'fI !
PICTURE FRAMING mismatched or damaged propellers Thanksgiving Service,, !: ... ... '"
MOTORS Inc. .1 I hlmull' and hh family loyand that, ho. ', awry onion field uphold sad o. ( :.
MUSIC cause more problemsthan S'p. nv Training Union.'6:15 : tkl>ol,. In' till Church, tics..,M Wh Iho !mm kout,mont. Illi,deli and.. "dtUMiyj" DMtnth 'r ; .:
633 W. ADA.'ISJACKSONVILLE UNFRAMED PRINTS any other single factor. Evening Worship. 7:30: ..'ser I CI.f'lJi .
.
if:: "hUi ales will in him hot I.I litt r.did ol,Sod. '
854-7751 It's not necessary to go intoa mon "How. .to. Enjoy Your Re- : e.t..Ad..e.e. .
detailed explanation: of how llgton.' : :.

Parrish MotorsSALES SPILLERS'GALLERY to select the right propellerfor Monday RA meeting; 7 p. 'L: ,; ,: = : .... '. ..,... .... ',:

your boat; your marina m. 'Youth Choir,'7 p m_ ,. .
Paulus Music Co. dealer can quickly give you ; Tuesday T- ,JuniorChoir.
the .answer. You should understand and Sunbeams. 3:30: p.m. Primary Thia Feature Published ,in the Interest of a Better Community by the I
Follow
SERVICE Band & String Instruments 1043 Park St.-In Five Points however, 'that there Choir 4 p. m. .

PARTS Jax 893-8531 1 la no such thing as a standard; Wednesday CommunltjThanksglvlnrflr !. ing Civic-Minded Business Firms
Gibson
Guitars & Amplifiers '
:
propeller designed 'to do a Service., 1st
.82 Yean As A Dealer School Supplies-Instruction good\ Job on every boat used Christian Clhurchr7:30: p. In. FAULKNER STARKE

Always Good Used Car. Roberts Recorders SEWING CENTER for every purpose. That's:why Church.. Ctiolt* pactlce, 8:30.: SINCLAIR SERVICE Edwards Grocery & BUiLDERS
offer .-w. IA': Hogan pastor
manufacturers
Ml Laura. St. Jackconvlll S Mualo ) outboard :
Phone S 6-5654 L1bra.ry-lxpert! a choice of propellers with Mkt. SUPPLIES Inc.
.
DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH U.HAUL
Repair
Department RENTALS
.
their, larger models. .
.
'
r BXOOKER- >
HEAU7Y ACADEMY: H. & N. Propellers designed for a '. : Truck Trailer Groceries Meats. Festering AIM Hardware.
Fee
41 W. Monroe St. Sunday School, lo da
certain engine all took' pretty .... a ,m Complete Paint Supplies
Jacksonville 330-8447 SEWING MornJrwr rr Worship.-.n,'a:; m.Traolnlna" Gas & Oil and Sporting Ctoods
American CENTER .much alike but actually they Complete Lubrlcatlon
tJnf'Ifn.6:30. ,
: p. m.
Hairstyling 8310: Beach Blvd. We quite different. They Vary Evening.Servke.,730.. ::J ; Minor Tune-ups Ph. 964-5312 Starke Fla. .OIlIJ'K WITH ',va JI"IBS'I.219 .-*
These
Jacksonville 1967 in diameter and pltol.
898-3091
Singer .
.;
Lacy Conway.'paa r. .. Mhlagtoa 8k '
: Academy two measurements are usually 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964.5899 B64-W70

:81 W. MUNRORJACKSONVILLE\ Auto Zig Zag marked 'Somewhere on the MORGAN' CHAPEL' ,.

.. 855-9301 with propeller numbers and are such, as expressed 10 x Sunday";'School, 9C43.< > MornIng DOYLE CONNER Lawson Meat MarketAND

OPTICIAN Like New Worship 11., Tralninj
this the propeller
12. In case
.. RiversideHairstyling Is 10 inches In' diameter and Union. 6:IS.,Evening,Worship, Insurance Agency COLD STORAGEWe

la i Console Model makes fancy de- will theoretically move the 7:30.: Wednesday'Prayer Meeting OF STARKE INC. Spoclallz hi Custom Raaghtar.

: : signs, stitches, monogram*. boat 12 inches each ,time< it 7:30.: S-A-V-E lag Cutting A Wrapping.

: : Academy' overcasts, sews on- buttons, revolves. -Bob 'Cooper: ,pastor. With Your Mutual Agent UJS. 301 NORTHPh. Prepared For Deep FT-
Without getting real specific
z! make button holes & blind 964-7600 Starke Fla.BAUN'S PHONE: 884.7069FLORIDA"
2659 PARK ST. suffice! It to say that! a CHURCH OF GOD 222 N. Temple Ph. 964.7369 .
:-: : JACKSONVILLE: 8s-8537' //RCTESSIOMAL I OPTICA stitches. No attachments_ propeller with a lower pitch 422 N.: .,''Clalr'Se; Sbarko.

.. Accredited COMPANY. Demonstrators 464 or $6 per number is used on largo( boats: Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor-
Qualified Instructors mo. Call Jax 771-1850 onto obtain more pulling' Ship Service. 11 a. m.and> 7 VICKERY GARAGE GULF
a : Modern Styling Prescription Fi"-, power with a small boat. High p. m. YPE Wednesday 7 p. TO.
Monthly Classes S Broken' Lenses Duplicated) II. & N. Sewing Ctr. pitched wheels are more often Prayer Meeting .Friday.: '7. p. 528 S. Walnut St.

: : "Where tomorrow' ryllsts Artificial Eyes \used on smaller boats or to m.- ev. L. a.,Williams. pasti Phone 961.6022 SERVICENEXT
CC are trained" Eyewear Specialists get more speed.: The diameter or. EST

.4 .. 213 Laura St Jax 33(1-5595( WESTERN STORE of the prop will also.Meet... : Complete Automotive TO110l.lDAYINN
n TENT REVIVAL
1031 Park St. Jax 35I-W8' performance.When REPAIRSFor ONTROLalwul
:
: ELECTRIC MOTORS selecting a new propeller () START NOV. 8
!.. .. Smale recommends: Evangelist. .W..J.. Koonti Every Need U. S. 301 NORTH
&
\\10 .PIIOTOGUAPIIERBARNETT'S LITTLE DUDE talking' with a qualified marine and his family are caiduotindtent ca
dealer. CHve him information revival 'services' "..t the ALTERNATOR SERVICE Phone 964-5340
': Peavy Brothers Western Store on the boat, motor '1200 block on N. Temple Ave.from .

:. Electric Co. and intended use of the boat, Nov.8 through the l th. 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.
: Whers Tou'll, Find Everything Other"members'of the family.
Charley E. Johns
.. : ELECTRIC MOTORS and let him make a BRADFORDABSTRACT Phone 964-5745 for FREE
For the Hone participating Vona Koonu.
Commercial and P liPhoto8'raphy mendat1 n. To do an ate Inspections &
2 ..liJold-Servlced-Repalred rtr I Enthuelaat"Weatern Job. a propeller must recom-I evangelist and IIOI'IR.leader, Agency Estimates i
i- : -" Generator*-Starters Clothing, i... Leather- and Danny' ', Koontz drums. HI .. 1
engine to turn within Walnut Ph. 064-5070 Company
Frames &
Custom
Hurst Shell
AlterationsAnnatore Pramlnj Service I
: goods Saddles and Trailers range' recommended by the Mrj.JCoonta\ plays\ the organ. :

: Rewinding .195 Blinding Blvd. Charle.&. Sharon Petty manufacturer., Your marine The publIC Is invited to at- NsJMdy GENERAL But Nobody INSURANCE TTnrtnrsnllsCharley 158 W. CALL ST. CARL, HURST t tDwi.
: a 4044 Lenox Ave. 90* So. Edgswdal'Ave.: tendsrvic-rughthy-M'7:30! : ; '
JarksonvUIv 884-1464 dealer can check this with' a B. John 301 A 100 Ph. 964-6111
w :l JacluonvUI V 387-2323, : Jacksonville 2S4-U10 tachometer. and on Sundays 2:30.: Ageoej Btarke Fla. Ph. 964.6881 MS .. w...... Start. ..

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I Lake City Hands! Tornadoes: Devastating 59-6 Defeat I fBy



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Dave Honest, were backed up to their own give the Tigers a 14-0 edge. As If things weren't already Tornadoes Try ComebackIt -27 points( \ of which was contributed I the BIE3 15, when a bullet t Strictly Passing the middle for nine yarda and

Lake city's terrible Tigers seven yard line following a I Another Costly Fumble looking bad enough for I looked as if the Torna by Busby pass from Johnson to end I The BHS offense was dependent bhe TD---making it 59-6. Lake

came to town hungry Friday Lake City punt when Bill Be Jittery In the face of a Jarring the Tornadoes, Busby took does mlgiht finally recover |' \ '1th halftime only 34 sec- I Pete Olebelg produced the| strictly on passing City

night and wasted little time tote fumbled, and Tiger guard ", Tiger defense the Tornadoes the BHS punt on the very ; enough' to Interrupt: ; the Tiger onds away the Tornadoes Tiger's eighth TD of the contest I' In fact, the Tornadoes at- Despite the mauling at the
in devouring a hapless. ;young Bill Dekle pounced on the Just coul&i't:: seem to next series and raced 65 yards 'scoring parade when they: were tapped once again as the,, Tornado tackle Charles. tempted, only four running hands of the Tigers" lour
BHS squad. ball in the end zone for six.I hang onto the ball in the ear- untouched.: Into the Tornadoend moved the ball from their own TUei, revenue-minded after Smith broke thiough to block plays in the game Lake City's Tornadoes rated praise for
The Columbia High eleven Fullback Danny Oreene ran ly going zone, With BHS still reelIng 19 to the Lake City 33 before last year's 20-23 loss to the I II Bu. bY's extra point attempt/ I defense quickly adjusted to their defensive ef.fortstac.k-
pawed. through Tornado de for the extra point. to make After taking the Lake City from shock-Busby bootedfor successive penalties of 5 and I I state champion Tornadoes, and the score stood 53-0. | this strategy and was able to la Charles Smith was credited

fenders for nine touchdowns the score 70.Anybody kickoff deep !in their own territory the extra point, ,to extent 15 yards. halted the effort.Bill poured It on. This time, full- Finally put steady pleasure on with eight tackles and assists.

in coasting to ,their ninth that was wonderIng the Tornadoes. coughed' his first quarter scoring totalto Belote hit on passes of seven back Leroy Blanker pushedover Finally, the Tornadoes, forcing him to throw Beiote'l i and Plenn Onann also got
straight win of the season, about. the Tiger offensive up the pigskin again/ -with 21 points yards to end Plenn Onann, from the three to cap a whose passing attack had run, and hurry his & seven tackles.
59-6. The feast, which; was team's scoring, ability After Tiger" tackle Bruce Douglas At the end of the period, six yards to end Ronnie: 56 yard drive; Busby then been thwarted all evening, Late In the third quarter Tomorow night! the Tornadoes : *
witnessed by an overflow seeing the defense!' at work- covering on the 12. Busby the Scoreboard read Lake City Qrigga and a 36 yard slde-llne kicked his fourth PAT of the pieced together a scoring Busby returned a Belote punt now 4-4 on the season,

crowd of nearly 4,000, stands didn't have to watt\ or wonder quickly converted the miscue 28, BHS 0-with the Tigers pass to flanker John Wan-en game, march. The long awaited l 11 yards for an apparent score I hope to get back on the winning

a. one of the most severe setbacks for very long. With 7:41: left into the Tiger's third score of threatening again Penalties had moved the Tor It was a pretty discouraged drive started on the BUS 43 -but the run-back was nullified i side as they travel to Orange .
ever suffered by a Bradford In the first period Tiger quarterback the night as he swept right Three seconds later the nadoes back to the Tiger 49-: Tornado bunch that trail- after Belote had returned the because the Tigers roughed Park to met the tough
High football team. Brian Johnson tossed end for the 12 yards Scoringace score was 34-0. I''his time fuLl- where Belote was forced to to the dressing room 47 Tiger kickoff 36 yards Belote the kicker. Raiders !in a. Florida Star

It took the Tigers just two his first pass of ,the night to Susby: kicked another extra back Danny Greene punchedover punt. points in the hole. completed back-to-back nine I Lake City played Conference tilt

minutes to score their first Craig Busby, and the shifty point to give Columbia from the four yard line The punt carried to the 10' Things didn't seem to yard passes to Ortega and tes !in the backfield SUbstltu-/I Statistics

touchdownand It was the halfback dodged and darted. High a 21-O lead, with five to climax a quick 44-yard yard line, and the Tteers setup I change too much as the second Gnann. a twelve yarder to,, of the fourth period, but as.: BUS Lake City
defensive unit not the offense 39 yard for a score. Busby minutes left !in the first per drive that took only five plays.of shop with their poorest half. got underway. The Warren, and another one for the game neared an end 8 Yards gained rush 328:

that did iE. The Tornadoes then kicked the extra. point to iod. field position of the evening,I Tornado defense- was able to five to OrlRgs/ --which' moved the subs unable to with/ 5 First Downs 20

No matter, because eight plays,. make the going a bit rougher the ball to the Lake City coach Paul Quinn sent his' 121 Yards Gained Pass. 141
later speedy! ]little [150 Ibal 1 for the Tigers, but with less yard line, A Lake City 10// first stringers !in again.I 14-37-1 Passes 9-14-1
the year. Busby broke away with a than three minutes./gone in the moved the ball half ,the Greene, Busbv and Roby Do- 8-31 Punts 2-38
BHS UnderdogsFor RAMS LEADING pitch out from Johnson and I third period Lake City scored tance to the goal, and Belote belsteln led a final scoring! 2 Fumbles lost 0
SMALL FRY LEAGUE zlg-zzogged down the field on again. It appealed as if the hit Warren for the final five march for the Tigers, and 53 Yards Penalized 70
into the final two
Going a 66-yard scoring jaunt. This] Tlgeis had! stalled, with a'' yards and Bradford's only I with 1-46: left in the game, BHS- 006 0-3
,
the Rams
weeks of the ,
season
the to 40-01 fourth-down-and fifteen at touchdown I Dobelsteln powered through Lake City<-28 19 6 8-69
upped
Fifth VictoryAt coached by Tommy Tetley, tally score
lead the league with a 7-1 I II -------
I record.

In gomes played Nov. 7 and

Park"Not I 9, the Rams. downed the Cow
Orange
boys 25-0 and the Packers 34- STARKE'S hVEWChryslerPlymoufh
6. The Colts defeated the
Packers 12-0 and the Cowboys -
very good," Coach line and leaving only an inexperienced Tex Patrick will be the full- 20-0.
David Hurse says of his Tor freshman there. back and he can be tough
Standings: Rams. 7-1: Cowboys \
nadoes' chances in Orange Defensively against the when he wants to be. John ,
5-3, Colts, 4-4 Packers,
Park at 7:30: tomorrow night Raiders the Tornado starters Warren will be the flanker.

as they go for their fifth win will be ends junior Doonle If the Tornadoes can generate 0-6.Schedule for Thursday,
of the season. Elder and senior Plen Gnann, come kind of running Dealer
I Packers,
Nov. 18: Colt vs
"Orange Park has ,been up tackles will be junior Charles threat and Belote can hit the
I 3:45.: Rams vs Cowboys, 445.:
and down all year," the Brad Smith and sophomore Bill target with his passes, tt could Tuesday, Nov. 21 : Cowboys
ford High 1 mentor notes. Buby with Cohen or freshman turn out to be an Interestingball
vs Colts 3:45: Packers vs
"When they make up their Danny Jackson at middleguard. game Coach Hurse says. Rams, 4:45.SOUTHERN: .
mind to play they can be as Smith, Buby, and Jackson Belote has passed for 1,016yards DISCOUNTAND

tough as anybody and they've would give the Tornadoes over in his first eight games, LAWTEY WIN

been waiting on this one" Just 200 pounds per man up the completing 60 of 174 attempts In games played last Sat Has Cars In Stock To Sell
how much of an underdog the middle. Cohen weighs only 168 for a 40.8 percentage. urday, Southern. Discount had
Tornadoes will be is in question but makes up for !it with his "We had men open against s ono ereanbs 04' uo BUWJ) o-j

but that they will be ones quickness and strength. Lake City but the passes 7-0 victory over a much! im
> not Linebackers wtll be captain weren't there," the Tornado Brooker team. With

It they can rebound from Andy Mayton and sophomore mentor states. three minutes left In the 1st M
the 58-6 devastation at the Ralph Morgan, cornerbacks Horse termed the 59-6 defeat bald Michael Olssy scored

hands of powerful Lake City senior John Warren and junior from Lake City '"humiliat from 9 yards out, and Charles.
last week, the Tornadoes could quarterback Billy Belote. Safeties :ing." Green made the extra point 1
play a good ball game. It !is will 'tie junior Ronnie "He meant to embarrass; us to put Southern Discount -

a big game for both the Tornadoes ,Grlgga and senior J. Roy and he did,' HUMe said of ahead with the only score of f n ,

and Orange Park; botlT Chasteen. Tiger Coach. Paul Quinn. "If the game. 0 I s,
have four wins and four de I Elder and Griggs will be the you stay in this business long The second game was not ,
r
feats and the outcome will determine offensive ends, Mayton and enough you'll have a down as close as Lawtey. galloped to
a winning season for Smith at tackles, and BUby at year. Quinn win hit his down a 39-15 win over Conner Insurance '
one club. center which should give the year and we'll be waiting," Lawtey'a. Joey Bennett l
Ita/ Orange Park's final Tornadoes a good line 1 If no the Tornado tutor said. was too much for the insurance -
game, however, while the Tornadoes Injuries occur. Although a I Hurse and Ms assistants boys, as they passed j I } !

still hays Bishop Kenny marked man in any gameMayton plan more of a straight game for 4 TD'a and nan for 2 ,
to go. is without a doubt the against Orange Park. "Well} more Bennett's touchdown I A

One factor that would give best Tornado football player run mostly straight stuff with, passes were good for 32 27, .

return of mlddleguard WlHie 220 pounds, has turned into a Grtggs Is the leading Tor the 2nd half, after trailing r
Cohen, who has been out with whale of a tackle. Buby, 210, nado pass receiver'with 24 re 39-0, Conner got Its offense tr ( ,
a finger he broke in the Live Is just a sophomore but he has ceptions for 474 yards. and a going by putting 15 1

Oak game. The doctor Is due been playing fine ball and is 19.7 yard average per catch. points on the Scoreboard. Joey r .

to give the word on Cohen gaining experience. Chasteen has the beat rush Bakken got the 1st TD on a 00'i '' _
Friday and he has. been run "Buby wants to play ball," and few .
i ing average of any BH3 rnn 7"y .rd run, a plays \.
ning in practice.The fays Coach Tony Griffith. ner at 4.9 yards tor 34 carries later, caught Lowtey's'; quarterback -

loss of Gotten was a key Belote, of course, will be the ;for,[' 165 yards. Fullback Patrick in the end zone !lor a A YP
one for the Tornadoes, weakening quarterback, and little has carried 74 times for safety. gate In the game, QB
the middle of the defensive teen the running back Chas-I' 276 yards and a 3.7 average. Steve Strickland scooted rY

around his end 15 yards for a
TD, Carlton Faulk made the ii i 4

extra point, and the game i >

Come From Behind ended 3915. ,,. ..
Standings: Lawtey 4-U, .

Conner Insurance 2-2, Southern
Discount 2-2, Brooker 0-

Live Oak Defeats 4. r ED ROBERTS
Schedule: Saturday, Nov. t
18-Brooker vs Lawtey, 6:30p. : DEALER-OPERATOR r',

m Conner vs Discount 8 (TEior -e.III.I.! !

Big Palatka/ 7470PALATKA P. m. UNDEFEATED ,, .. .- .-. -.--------_. .
WARRIORS : of": \ ',," '; ,,' '}f,ii;.; '
SENIOR FLAG LEAGUEThe ,.;.L If"I !- .....< '.> ; .. '> '1'- ',," -' .
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IN It. 11\ .. -, ... <, < 'I.
Za/rdocs Warriors, senior .,,' .I :" ,..,, v'; -,' '' .. m'I.r"'Y" a'r4; .' k" "
1
The Live Oak on the Palatka 3 and Cheney had a field day. are undefeated : ', : I A' i: III \,n: ; .." a. i,; k1S : rs, M
Bulldogs won the big gameIn took it in on the next play. Moat Florida Star teams class team, They ex '. :1j. :.;.;.Jo'''- f"i ; ,. t,:, 'ry ,r t ,
the Florida Star Conference MoKelthen tacked on the 14th close out their season this after four games. "" -... ."
Mon
tended their win streak J'' .,... ., "
as they came from behind point. The Bulldogs then stopped week, but the big: game will be November 13 by trouncing "t J,,, ; f : \\r' ,
twice to the Palatka day : />' ..
whip a final Brave drive at on Thanksgiving Day when 440. Led by '
(Braves 14-10 to keep their their one yard 11ne. the Snookles. .' ,
undefeated and untied Lake
record unblemished with their In other FSC games Lake City and undefeated and un- the and passing the pass of catching Pete: rancher of Paul Sta ke Chty J ;r Plymouth Inc.
fifth straight win In the league _
,
City clobbered Starke 69-6 as tied Live Oak tangle at Lake the Warriors, Jumped ,
and their 8th win without a McLcod, .. ., -
,
Craig Busby led the Tiger City. This Friday Lake City off to a commanding 19-0 r. ,.
loss o'o the.on..
to the date "whileLive
easy victory over the enjoys an open halftime lead
The Braves are now 3-2 In Tornadoes Oak hosts non-conference -
crippled by scoring
the league and 6-3 on the four touchdowns Roby Dobel- Fernandina Beach. In the first game of the
led by '
the Rogues
season. stein added one and Danny LAST WEEK RESULTS nlirht.' Nor- ww,
and Sonny
Padgett
The Braves took a T-0 first. Green another Live/ Oak 14, Palatka 10 Oreg the win column dl
into
halt lead when Hottls Tlnsley Billy Belote flipped a 5 :yard Lake City 60/, Starke 6Seabreeze man, by broke downing the Bandits ,

hit Carl Johnson with a 25 pass to John Warren tor9tarke'a 20, St. Augustine 19-13 The game was tied 13
yard TD pass and the Injured 0
only TD. .at the end of the game
13
Charlie Hood came oft the Bolles 13, Bishop Kenny 7
Holies concluded their non- Each team was' given 4 downsto
bench to toe the point. Orange Park 31, Fernandlna
conference game with Jack 8On- either score! or advance the
Midway the ,third period Beach 0SCHEDULE the 1.t I M,1t
villa Bishop Kenny with a fine ball the farthest On
Andy Cheney, the speedy Live 13-7 victory while St. Augustine Tins WEEK play the Roques ran, Ores A
Oak workhorse, galloped' 71 again! failed to get into Starke at Orange Park (con Padgett 'broke loose for 55 P

yards without a Brave touchIng the winner's circle wtth a 20- ference gameFarnandtna) yards and the game winning r
Beach at Live : i
him for the first Bulldog 0 loss tacked on by the Sea touchdown. tt .
core and Hank :McKeithen breeze Sand Crabs of -TjT. ,
Daytona OakPalatka ,Standings: Warriors "-0, ..1
at St. Augustine
booted the extra point and Beach'
Snookle 1-3,
Bandits 2-2.
the''game was tied at T-7, Orange Park hit their peakof (conference game) Rogues 1.3.Sohedsde.
: at Bolles (JacksonviRe -
the Braves drove deep In Bull nandina Beach 31-0 in a fine )
Lake ( date) vs Warriors 7 p. m. 4 .
City open f Ml }
dog territory, but stalled and defensive and offensive battle STANDINGSConference Bandits vs Snookies 8:15.:
again Hood came off the at the Beach city. Billy Nor : All TEEN DANCE
'bench and booted a 27 yard wood blasted for two touchdowns I (
field goal to put them in the I Freddie Soloman scored I o.unQamM The Teen Dance will be
WLT WLT held Saturday. Nov. I8. from
lead 10-7, but the Bulldogscame on a S yard pass from Mickey
back I Lake City 5 0 0 tOO< 8 until 11:30: p. m. No one
right and drove for Brokas, :Mark Moore ran a
Live Oak BOO 8 0 (0 will be able to enter dancesites'
a winning touchdown with a punt back 20 yards and Gary
Chip Harris to J. W Stamper3d I Atvers .scored on % 25: yard Palatka 320810( 10 o'clock. ,
Starke 140 4 4 <0 The Metric will be the band
yard pass putting the ball Brokas pass as the Raiders
Orange Park 131 443 1 and admission is $1.25 The
Bolles 240 4 5 <0 weekly Teen Dances are sponsored
St. Augustine 0" 1 0 S 1 by the Recreation Department

and are held >in the No trouble guessing our line' We're here to sell and We're going all out to please. Check our deals, and

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nomic'al' Plymouth Valiant to the ultimate Chrysler- the friendly people working for you at our place.

NOTICEI New Yorker. One of them (ja sure to fit your desires.

OASIS LOUNGEYour will not be responsible for 1

MEN'S BASKETBALL any debts Incurred by anyone J :

CLOSEST Spot For LEAGUE MEETINGA other than myself.- Toby O'Neal.

LIQUOR WINES BEER a organizational Men's Basketball meetingfor League 2tp 1118MJ1I8tabie/ Starke Chrysler-Plymouth Inc.

Open 9 A3I. 12 P.M. will be held at 7:30: p, m. ,
Tuesday.Nov. 21, in the old Vint Book

Friday and Saturday 9 A.M.; 2 AM. armory C......... An sixes. SO _&. es 301 NORTH
FLORIDA
Teams STARKE PHONE 9646600'AUTHORIZED
wanting to enter the at The Telegraph. ,
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS league are urged to attend. '

Deadline for entry will be '
OR QUARTS Tuesday, Nov. 28. THE RIGHT POINT for the r ----
It not enough! team. are CHRYSLERMOTORS
DEALER
S Ml. South of Starke U. S. the way yen write. Come In
301
on represented at the first meet and select W COHrOHAIIONTnunRDAv .
your favorite EJBTEKBROOK ,
ng. league organization will fountain
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n1toRn" _COUNTY__TEIJEHKAPII.__STAKKK._ _____ --
!IiI'r.rrION.' 3 P/\GE/ TWO ________ Slid the 1 nd, L. L. Johns, 3r.
--- ---- !Section! 28520-1801 Subject To:: Lease recordedon

Idn., liitiMiil, t to "register the snnntne 19. Township 6 South Ranlr', I 19th day I.f October. A. D. follows'Commence: on the south llnef wentorly BO root, right of See way,.. OR Book 53 at page nit\

tow, third, first! t ail third;; Bill Otay. and David George. with\ the Clnrk of the 20 Kant) at .. point llff.OZ\ r..t> 11167. Suction B, Township 7tloulh. line of State Road. 8. In favor of rr-Moaee oil

Troop 70 Brings coiusa. lii-. t.: lealIdentification The boys were accompanied I Cluult Court of Bradford Co-un- easterly from thi 8W roi-ner 01.I: (SEAL) Itanfie 20 East,, at i a title 28B20-2BO run thence 21 .e.'- industriel. In.<'.
compact l*>t iOaald Cbarlos A. Darby 23 minutes, 1tiA0-4t' "T"'rlll
Mont flnrldn.,' J. R li..ll1l1ronand aid Oovernment Weeterlr troll 14 degrees SICC'I'leN
David IV. 1148.01 eet
.Blue Ribbon Home first; boiling by Scoutmaster Lois T. Bulllngton ownei.. Section 111, thence frtangent Clerk Of The Circuit Cour tn point of paid Section G onds W. 10 feet run then IUI" .2UIt... BH4lS'OitLtt'uus'PY
and tripod Xlrst. gomery and Joe Olssy.MOTICK & 4t bearing. of N.degrees 61 And For Bradford County. the HE! corner southeasterly II feet more or J1lsrnurnoNs<
f11' 11/ I1/U a mlnutes
water, t. minutes. IS 'MOOI '..,I Florida., run thence N 18 diJrm6 ::8 t tto westerly BO foot
From Field DayBoy '70 compiled enough it 21 :secOnds : fee l lope to the: of wlStu <' sill II. NO. KMI.l DRAItAC.HMAHMMKNT
Troop northw"terlyalonlr rteulnh M Moody )line
In The rlrenlt Cnart Of Tr.llthth W. continue Hy: the Point of Beginning; osaltl right of way ., :
to place first over-all, .said. curvo through an Deputy Clerk.T. Rond. SuctIon 2'r.210260.t
ID
points Jull-lnl Clraull thenc e
: Left Of
Ditch
line. run Station
; Soout Troop '70 Of The trooP. sponsored by the thnt And l Fi. .r llrsrtford C'uuttiKlurlilil. ,. angle of OS dugrees Jl nilini.. A. YAWN County Attornoj H. It decrees survey: 46 minute. 11 lee. a point 10 feet southern:) LAtarftl 102I- 2096
Notlro la lioroby glvon ; of 2419test Bradford County Courthuusintarke '. of net-Inning
socnndn distance the, Point
41 a
Starke brought home the blue I Starke Rotary Club loft Friday !- I"hiMliite" t Road iH-niirtmaat, to the end of said. ,'urve. Klnrlda, and onds W. 441868 feet to the from thenre 10 feet no..th"rl. '!Y That part ofNMi :
:>0.8TATW 5 Town run <
Section
I ribbon from a November 4 Hour-Inn con- LAW U south line of Suction .. foot of SElof 5;
Public 0
nlnht. Nov. 3. and campedout will hold n ROAD DI5PAR run thence N. 72 decrees RONALD K. LBhl: 10 Ka along maid. westerly 2d
Range South Range i
et the new Baden I I the location and ocon- 09 oc'ond.V.. S78.67 Burns Building ship 7 Mouth line to- said. point Township 7
Field! Day I' until\ Saturday afternoon, 'rll nw MENT OF FLORIDA. i iAgnncy an minute. Haydon North line of Section I, right of way
No. (
State Job East
Melrose. .ml' Cuits nf of the State of Jf'lorlda. feet to the end of said surv Tnllahnsiioe. FloridaOf 20 of beirlnnlnir.. ALSO.
Powell near 7 South Range
ramp when the field meet began. 2in 0-SB01, Kmloral Aid Project nod line. Counsel For The Petitioners Townnhlp fee A parcel of the. paront. tr..ct. Lying southerly of nnd
Aotlvlties involved were a returned home Saturdayevening. Ni S-273 (2)) /lHADI"ORD COUNTY a r-.U. Containing 7.182 acres mo.. East) nt a point 1543.61 NH come described as follows: within 30 feet of a. lateral
They
crawling pyramid in which[ This. ll.mrlnB will be held tlcal. SubdUlslon of the Stat or leas exclusive. of .xl.tlnK 10/26 4t 11/11 westerly said from Section the 8, oontlnuthenre .. Begin at the Intersection of ditCh survey line. said. survey
ndKinMtriirtlun of or
.
realignment, R rIght descrlbnd as tol-
"cmii-t-inlnn; t Hi* retltlonxrs road right of nay.I the westerly 90 foot line being
vSMT1T minutes
of Florlju. 48
the local scouts received a 835rnim 8. IB de re s
Robin load
Scouts attending were- of State :I. DORMAN et al., De. )w nuil Bj : Samuel. D'rniltiiI In The. CircuIt Cenrt OC ThrilSTklh 21; seconds W. 1470.84 fee i waY line of State Road B-3'l... lows:
blue streammfor. tlifitpUceuk ; \ i Mulllns, Michael Olsay tho. Alachua County Une 18 fenrtnntft.SUMMONS.. .Jiintber.: Uurmau' and ,1 hi. Juillrlal I'lronU. III tn the bisrlnnlna of n curvi section 2S520-I001 and th.' Commence on the south

-- gold streamer for third. I Buddy Paterson, Ebble, Knlht. nil) mll.<- .noun. to state, Road Uoml De- TO SHOW CAUSE wife; Bel Ana K<.. Ilrsdford CountyKhirltln. concave to the NW having a easterly 80 foot right of wnj line of Section S, Township ?
III Mrnokvr The Stnte AND Samuel Jackobaon and ) line of State Road tilings. 20 East at a
919.72 feet, rm South,
: place, knot Uelng third radius of
; rope Woodrow and Victor Oriffls purtlllcllt'M;;:: : Keluuatlun) ;will AdvisoryAiiHlKtiiiuu also' bedlmuiineil I NOTICR OF HBARING Jockohson. him wife.Subject record.. I.n v %n.ISPA'l'ii. thencp southwesterly. alonr(' Section l Program: LJomaln To: Option DISPARTMrlNT : tota minutes SI SIS corner of laid
Notice Of ISmlnent: ROAD said curve. through a N. 14 rtoreo 23 : from the
ut till" ,neo I ow. In Oil Book 5at Page 138.: OP "FLORIDA an 3' run thencnorthwesterly "' 5, run thence N. u
held In 1'.0'log: central angle of 17 degrees seconds. K. 15 feet Section
That's Our Busines The Hearing, will. bo In tlm Name. And By 'Th.. In favor. of Kerr-McO KnowJ1' Agency of the State of PlorIfln minutes a distance of 1174.44f..t 10 ft more 01 degree 41 minute. 21 seconds

: GLASS tlm Oouniv! I eomml..lon.toom County Courthouse Authority Of The State of tho Urnrd Florida, at Florida R" Kcrr-McUee Oil a Political Subdivision i.f run thence B. 14 decrees 2.minutes !: right of way line of "aldBtalj HesTlnnina of said ditch survey
In Htarlcw, ron the State of Florida Petition W. 153B.7( Section their S. 74 degrees
201 h day TO ALLVMO:\! IT !\fAY 21 seconds Ruad line run
Sa WRITE VISITS 9:00: A. M. KST on tho MIII). No. 111.1 111.1ItIGJE'I' A. F. McDAVID, M al. of a 15 feet n 'rth.rly! 01 seconds W.
CALL, or 1907. pursuant' to CoNCEItN': and toall penn OP WAY era, v. feet. to the beginning; at a point 28 minutes
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at Defendants.SUMMONS to the HIS hav-, the Point of Bsitlnnlns.. 178.00 feet run thence S 59
our'f\ ; l'uIIIO{ Low 6Z7 and parties claiming or hav. Left Of Bta- curve concave from
a FOR ANY GLASS NEEDS Sort,Ion ( log any right title, Interei Lateral Ditch 15.00 TO SHOW CAUSE Inn a radium of 15011.86 feel run thence southerly 15 feel degree 2t minute. II second
84th Congtens. tlon 360
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or the wlshlnir to b. estate mortgage or other lien AND run thence southwestern along said BO foot rlg-ht W 100 feet, run. thence 8. 69
We Design Modern Store Fronts I All, puisons miluiroby, notified to to or on thone certain ..arcell That part ofGovernment :Lot 8, Section! NOTICE 01" HEARING alone' said. curve through a total wny line to said point of be- dfgrves 39 minutes 51 swnn'ls.
: 1 lijtnl' I Of Imminent, DomglrProceeding run thence N, Mtd..roe"
this. ninotlntf. of land hereinafter. describe 10 Township 8 Mouth, 1\anlo Notice central angle of S.I: degree ginning, AI.MO: W. 100 feet
fit
nimcnr and the followingpersons. tgetliur < : 68 minutes a distance ol That part of: 3D minutes DA ssuonds
: I I. Just !Mail\ Us A Pattern For :Mluhanl O. OoillChuiroiltrl \: with< all unknown pe..- 10 within Kant, ,35 Lying; fact (1)and) left((2))of rlsbt and- In The Name And By The lip 78 fret. tn. the end of sal] Tho parent tract. as described W. 171.70 feet to the end of

Table TopsSHEA'S Suite. Kond Department sons claiming,, by through i 0" of and within 80 feet of .. Authority of The State OiTlorlda. curve and end of said survey above natd lateral ditch survey line
: 11/9 lit 11/83 under known perscMis who ajdond. lateral ditch survey line, ...Id lino, AI-HO: f.vlnw (l) southerly of and Containing 0.121 acre. more
aS ... or who are not know. ditch line. being <01.-1 TO AH WHOM/ IT MAT A parcel of the: parent tract within 50( feet of .a construction or less, exclusive of existing
I tn I be dead or alive. : Burl bed survey follows: : CONCERN, and to all partiesclaiming as described above centorllne and ((2)?) northerly road right of way. .
S GLASS CO. %OTI( I tSO'I'I'I' HKOTtUM' 1H640-B601 STAT Commence as on the. north IIn.. or having any right LyingNortherly or .ni< of maid construction centerllne Owned By: A. .. McDivId
O1VKV:
1-. IIK.HEIVY! title Interest, estate, mortgage McDavld his
a : il ..mrlnnKBK ( ROAD: H-331 BrndCord Uuuni of section 80 Tawniihlp. 6 within SO feet ot 1 a survey line And to the easterly 50 and Mildred
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undersigned oher Hen tu on 100
'Hint thn Names And, Adflresnos point or or described as follows: of line of State wife.
thefictlliMtin linage 20 Eamt>: at a being foot right way
,. In I bUHlne. undy certain parcels of land hereinafter ., To: Unrecorded Op.
: N> $ Kerr-McOoo Corporationoo from the Commence o-n the north line Section 29B20-ZBO Subjoct
"If It's Glass We Have It"S 141:1.1,1-:0-: :: 11902 feet easterly Road .
name of '!ll1'. George If Cobb V. P. NW ooraer, of Government Lot described. and the followIng of Section. 8, Township 7 aid construction centerlln tion to purchase held by Contlental
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FJ12-I353 i TONS:: HTt'l>\IO *: Slarke.(HFT )iVIor- Korr-Mcl.ee Building 8 In suld Hei'tlon 80, said. point persons, together claiming with South, Range 20 Pact (South teln described as follow.: Oil Co.
I Mil Wc-st Cn.ll St. : Oklahomn City, Oklahoma all unknown persons 7 north lineof TAKE NOTICE
a being on the arc of a our* line. of Hoo"oi 5, Township Commence on the PLEASE
S _ _ ,_ j SHU No. 104.1, 103.1.I concave to the SW having .. by through or under known South Kanae 20 East) at a Section 8. TownKhlp, 7 that a Declaration of Taking
S 1012 111.1 radius of 2SHI.79 foot. theJ1ce persons who are dead, or who point 164S.II feet westerly Hoith, Range. 20 TOn't! (South. has been filed In the
I be dead
111.2 '100.1HKCTIOV From a tangent bearing of 8. are not known to or from the SE3 corner ot'.ald line of Section 6. Township 7 above styled cause by the
::NO(11:11101: "'''''TF 67 degrees 28 minutes 28 sei alive: Section 5, run thence N. 18 degrees South, Range 20 East) at a Petitioners, the acquiring
I lit,\IJ H-ail: UUAIIFOItUI < (; onds IS run sniitheaMteralunK Continental Oil Company 46 minutes 21 seconds point 1548.II feet westerly authority of theee proceedings,
I <' "TY I tJl'I"CnlP'I'.ONII said curve through ..n oo3.. ]. Dorgan K: 50 feet to- the Point of b.- from the NE corner of said for the Uklng- of the property
I P I Kllll No. lltl.t UICIIT 01'' .I angle of 14 ilogrees 8* mil: 30 Uoikefellxr New Plaia YorkKerrMuGee ginning of said survey linn Section 8. run thence S 16 dirrees **- described In the PetitioNfur
WAY utes 19 second, A distance I That part of 730.27 feet to the Point of Be-'< CorporationFormerly minutes 21/ seconds 'V. BO feet W 844 84 feet to the Point of "scribed to wit, an right o.
(1)) 8WH of Section 29! grinning of lateral. ditch .ur- known as[ KerrMoUee tothe south linn of Section 5.. Beginning; of said ronilruttlonsurvey way, borrow ,," Mud drainage
Towimhlp 0 South, Range 2r vey line, run thence S. 73 de.'' Oil Industries no. Vice- Township 7 South Range <0 line said point being easement. for a portion of
: Kant AND ((2) SVi of H14\! fli irraes 06 minutes 85 ..."ond" c/o George H. Cobb, l- Blast (N. line of ace. 8, T. 7 B., the beginning. of a curve oon- Hints Road a-881. In Uradfoii
Lot 1 an.I..II. of Lot 12 I IHe.linn In W. 220 feet to the end I 10, TownHhlp 6 South lateral ditch survey line. Oklahoma U" t, Okalho- feet westerly, from the NU of 228.K feet run thencesouthwesterly Petitioners will apply for an 'I'

RSIIKV 20 Bast. AND Containing 0.104 acres more: ma.14p'e"l'leN. axMu-WHIl: : ""'.'ATI'I' corner of said Section 8, continue along maid curve order of Taking and such.
: "
'410.f 8W14.: fo'4f."t' or less exoluilve of .exlntln : BltAI>FOHUlOtNTV thence B. 16 decree 46 through. a total central angleof othor Order a. the CoL't I
I !HWli: the south road right of way, ALSO: MOAD:13. minutes 21 second W. 1470.114 ';9 degrees 29 minutes 10 deems proper, before the Honorable I
.. .. WH! of NW14 and eVe: oHW14 Lateral Ditch Rlnht Of Sti !. ilFsluir'rlos141t15. : : : feet. tothe beginning of a .second a dlntance of 237.04 (Ueo. 1 Patten one of
NO. llfj.l *
_
A tlon aGO -/- 1(5.00( curve connHve to the NW hav- feet to the en4 of said, curve of the Circuit
.-. Lying west. of Stat. Road That part of: HKillT DP WAY Inc a radius of 319.72 feet. and the end of said uonm. ruction the Judges Eighth JurilcUl
a .. ..., 2il\I jim) being In Section"' sa. Lots 2 anti 3 3 That part of: run thvnve southwesterly centerline.. Court of the
-... ... .. Township 6 South Range. 102. 6 uuth. Stat \: (1) All that part of the alone said curve through' a Circuit. In and for Bradford
? Township Section 8. Containing I1.H3I acres Florida. on the 17th
.. .. NBU!: of EVVH of County,
degrees
central < of 17 -
I Oust,, Raut total angle!
...
[
exiluslve of D
less A. 1967
20 more or of November
.. ... of an"within Township 7 South Range distance of day
.u. each side of and withIn 37 minutes a.
Lying
((1) right -
Lying toting road right of way. clock A. M., In the
of 10:00
.. existing "
.... East lying west at :
of saidcurve
-- DO feat of the survei) 85 feet and ((2)) loft of and 117444 feet to the end McDavM
A. F Courthouse
.. I State Kniul right of way run Owned By: Bradford County
:
281 Soctloi2XH4086U1 14 d.Ifr. .
State Road thence S. -
line uf within 30 feet of a lJOttor..1ditch run Mildred McDavld. his wife. All
NewRiver and Florida. partiesto
: said. survey lln line said. ditch nlnir from Brooker to ... 21 minute. 81 seconds at Starke, :
:::ff survey In Htlblnct To' Unrecorded Oo- suit and, all parties Interested
less one acre square the
E follow.: feet to the beginning -
THE being I desorlbed a. survey line being described a. W. 15.15.70 held by Con- and be
of tIn to purchase .
the south line 04eetion the BB corner ; and NVfe o of a curve concave. tn may appear
.. \ I Beg-In 12 on Township. 6 South toUOW.ICommence: NIO'/i and SWA of N13V4 of the 813 having' a radius. ofiSoLS5 tln 'ntHl oil Co.Ml.r'l'1O heard. at the tUna and plate.
the north tin. :3:111-llInl: : MTATS7lie
on :
8 7 South
.. Suction Township designated.
East. at a pain I tbenca mouthwesterly -
Rnng-e 20 feet run .
g FINAL of Suction 80. T. 6 s. K. 20 Eat .. Range 81) East AND ) \U I'I-I3t' : 1111..011. each of are
182810 feet easterly. from th.HV alongsaid You and you
119.01 feet ea.t.rlyfr..m 1 'bl'N'1 UF..rRIP'I"O 55
point cUd Y
Section 82 a t Commence SW of : o-f 11 hereby commanded to appearby
corner of said ( ) at cor. through an angle ,
NW of Qov 101.4: RIGHT
the 101.1
.. corner HHIo. .
run thence N. 28 degrees 4i- Lot 8 In said Sectlo SW4! of NKli of Section 8 grees 83 mlmitos 9S seconds .1 filing an Answer to th. Petition
WORD minute. 89 seconds W. 666.61 eminent th i Township 7 South Range 20East distance of 184.46 feet to Pointof OP WAV heretofore filed In this,
30, said point beingon That of
= : feet to the beginning of a th.' for a point of beginningand :> Beginning of said eurveyIne part : cause In the entitled Court on
\ curve concave to the NJ IJ! havIng arc of a curve concave of 1864.7 to thence run W. to the run thence 8. 17 degree WHi of tm of NEt( and or before November 16, unto
S a. radius of 2083.48 feet SW having radius t Eastern. boundary of County 17 minute. 00 seconds W. West 90 yards of EVfc, of BVi sl>ow what. right, title, Intereut .
"I, have ; rthwest.rlyalona feet. thence from a tangenbearing road known Brooker.Scout the end of salt of NK',4, Section 5. Township liens) or any of
: a cancelled check f to prove it!' run thence nl> ] of S. 67 degrees It as 24000 feet to I or you
north- 7 South Range. 20 East and te the
snld curve through It minutes 18 seconds E.] ru Hole Road ; thence run survey line, ALSO: you have In property
total central angle of 21 aeMrrees southeasterly along maiurve ly along said easterly bound- A parcel of land being Lying westerly of and within described In said Petition,
42 minutes a distance ol angle of 19egreea arv of said rond to point dividing bounded on the east by the Al) feet of the survey and Hhaw cause why the same
: (Open your checking account I 1007.27 feet to th. end of said : through 86 minutes an 19 seconds the RE14 of NWVt\ and west 60 foot right of way line of: mate Road 3-231, Iin.1 should not be taken for. the
with us!) urve, run N. 01 degree. 0ninute. a distance of 730.27 fee 8WU'! of NUVi\ of Section a, of State TloaJ H-S.11. and 28580-8D01.' said survey use and purposes set forth in
39 .econd. W. 856419 to: the Point of Beginning of Township. 7 South Range. 20 Bounded on the south by the being described a. follows: the Petition filed herein.Wltne .

a Feet' to the beginning of e lateral ditch survey line, run East thence run on said dtvls- north 60 foot right of way line. Begin on the smith line s my Hand and the
S "... urve concave to the SVT hav thence N. 72 degrees. 05 mtnitem lon lIne to point of beginning of State HORI 18, and bounded !Bee tlon 5, T. 7 S., U. 20 K. at Soal of this Court on this 19th
<* nIl a radius of 2864.79 feet, 85 seconds HI. 400 feet to KXPKPT' that portion of on the NW by the arc of a a point U4 .61 fact westerly. day of October A. D. 196?.
run thence ngrthwesterl the end of lateral ditch .u rv.y NWV4 of NB14 n-f Hec-tlon' B, ,urve concave to the NW hav- From the SKI corner of said (SEAL: )
: "tlniiir\ snld curv. through arinirln line Township 7 South, Range. 20 log a radius of ZOO feet said Section' 5. run thence N. 46Icgroes
of 20 degrees, 21 mln- Containing048). acre. motor .. Mast which lies went of cui-V" being tangent to the 46 minutes 21 secendeK. Charles A. Darby. In
Clerk Of The Circuit Court.
FLORIDA Itec a. 28 seconds a distance. ol less, exclusive, of exlstlni Brnoker-Urout Hole Road north no foot right of way 441868 feet to. the begin- And For Bradford,, ,
1017.00 ft. to the north line oftoo. rond right of way. AND IIn.[ of StAte Road No. 18 at dog of a curve concave to : County:

a3. '1'. 8 S., R. 20 13., at i.jolnt Owned. By: Samuel Dormaiinrt ((3)) NE'4 of SWVi nf Section tho west end of said curve the: N\V having a radium of Florida.By Ueulah.. U. Moody Deputy
11((10.as ft. easterly from Ksther!: Donna. his wife : B. Township. 7 South Range 20 and tangent to the NW ffO foot 1901! 86 feet run thence north- ,
: : ; : : u. I the NW cor. of Bald Sea. 81 Samuel Jackobsr- and Betty E..atIW. (: of the present right of way line of State. ...n.t.north. \ and northwesterly -I Clerk.T .
_,." TiiIitIMember ; : ; \ : ; : ;( ([south line" of Section 29., Tackobson him wUT. .. Brouker-New. River Road) and Kond 8-231. Section 28620-2601 along mold curve throughin A. r\WN. County Att..ney'Bradtord

: : j .. I Township tf South.. Range 2C Subject To: Option records- (4) NR: t of 8K'i of Section at the northeast. end of paid an(rle ot 21 degrees Bd mln County Courthouse
.. Just) at a point 11(1026( feet in OR book 61 at pace 218: TownshIp 7 South, Range 20 ;purl',. ALSO: ites 06 seconds a distance of 'Clarke! ; Florida and
anterly, from the tlW comet In favor of Kerr-McQe. Rest (north and Virmt of A parcel .nf land In the pnr- 132: .28 feet to the end of said RONALD E. LEN
: Insurance Corp. Federal .
Deposit : I .u tAngent bearing of NQ .s Kvrr-. hae., Oil industrial Lying each side of and ", ..t... ansI bounds ns follow.' 0.349 acres more Florida
1 $ !It aulnules,.! OK$ ec- Ll10' K90 ttvt c-f.the survey Begin .at the Intersection of ar loss exclusive of Of Counsel For The Petition
d1 tn r.Yr.\
E One f'30 Banks i of the Florida'National Grouc r ; lilt NO. IN..i"J'1".f' SittU ttodif1, 8-8S1. fialdTsurvey the easterly. 69 foot right of road right of way. .xl.tln&,1 ers.
hong ...11I curve, through an IIOHItOW PIT line being described amp, way line of State Road S-231 Owned B)' Agnes M. 10/19 4t 11/16
-- I ingle of 20 degrees 68 mln- Morrow Pit No. 1 And tan .
i ten 81 leconds a distance ol 828 /.1 .- :--1
Of Station :
Road
:: Right : -
... ."- 1001.04_ feet to the end of said "'---
== ))0 74 ,, 1
'! urve: run thence N. 43 do. That part off'I!" .

rrees 18 minute. 89 second SVi of HH of Qovernmon
V.' 1032: 63 feet to the west Lot: I Section 30, Townshl hi.! .
Ine of Section 29. Town.hlp Ciouth 6 1 I South Kang0 East and.. AREA BUSINESSDIRECTORY
f M BliH6M Range. 20 Bast (east' SW'4 of NVVW of Section 29.'
line of Section 80, Township tiouth Township 6 South Range :XBast
Range 20 Kast) at a described as follow.: _
joint 18J6.IU feet northerl Commence on the east llnf .,
from the SI3! corner of maid > Government Lot 1, Sectloi

.. lection BO. run thence N. 42 10: Tiwnshlp 6 South Ranif, AUTO SALVAGE LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
18 minutes 30 aeoinde : : :
lecrees 10 Rail at a point 824L1? fee ,
W. S813.83 feet to the icrtherly from the 9E3 come ELECTRIC MOTORS
I IN.
>eglnnlnn of a curve concave : Section 80 then
f said run
ChLfte to the !SW! having a radius 01 87 degree. 45 mlnuUa. 21', BRASINGTONCADIUAQOLDSIOnJI.IIJ Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock Office
238..79 feet run thence north. .leconds K 20 feet to
iS vetturly along said curve Point of Beginning of ., th.1 Most Fsshlonabl
I % hough> an angle 25 decree),, Pit No.1. run thence N. 1 : : ELECTRIC -.
dlsancc Address For Ladles
EquipmentSlnltfl.CoronaAut2ioylz.4
07 minutes 4K seconds a rees 00 minutes 09 second! Inc.
or 125601 feet to the IV. 149.62 feet run thence N >>RESSEsBUlTSCOATSl'L'TERNITY'WEAB
I orB lint of Government Lot 17 degrees 69 minutes 61 nc>- Motor Repair Co.Of
3 1 In Soitlo-n SO, Township South ode. 13. 700 feet run themiI. SALES & SERVICE .
.- Range 20 East!: (south I. 1 degrees 00 minutes Ofleconds ACCESSORIES
MODELS line of Government Lot 10 In K 400 f..ot.. run thenc Fine Selection ot Used Can Gainesville Inc.RepalringRewtndthg. T W. University,' GalnesvfllMEN'S <
ALL 1967 MUST GO REGARDLESS !luctlon: 19. Township 6 South Ii. 84 degrees 61 minutes 51 Taken On CadIllac Trades Dealer
} lange 20 Kant)) at a point .i ecsnd.. W. 125 feet run
1DU2 feet easterly. from the thence S. 11 degrees 01 mlu I 2001 N.W. 13th. BL 441 WEAR Clary-Victor---Totaflle)
IW corner of said Oovern-. lies fit seconds W. 103.08 feet

1 OF PRICE. OUR LOSS IH YOUR GAIN lent 19.< Lot thence 10. of from said. a tangent Section nlnutes run thence 51 a: seconds 87 dogrees W. 0091 ti9! PHONE S78-0301 New and Used STAG 'N DRAG Adding Machines. CaIcu1atoNSALISSERVICEUlNTALS

.. leurlng of N. 67 degrees 26 feet run thence N. 1 degree, WORK GUARANTEED
ntnutes 28 seconds W. con- 00> minute. 09 seconds W. Floraheim Shoes. !:
: The Following 1967 Models at Wholesale and lone northwesterly along ISO.88 feet to the Point of Do '
372-8318 Fio Pluma Suits
aid curve through an angler Inning[ of Borrow Pit No 1. CRANELJNJCOINMKKCUBY Phone SAVE TIME DiseaM yorequirements
06 degrees 21 minutes 41econd. .Aime Haul. Road For Borrow Ladles Sports Wear

:: Below. WHILE THEY LAST! set to. the a end distance.of .said.of curve 2A8.07. Pit A No.parcel. 1 of the shove de- Arrow Dress Shirts with us) first.

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un thence N. 72 degrees 45inute. icrlbml parent tract for Bo.row -
: I-New-l\1 en/ '37 X 12, :3 t 1IK 1-CapelLt: 52 x 12, 2 KR, front ; 09 eecomls W. 376.57et Pit Haul. iload.. Authorized Salee) & Service Farm and Industrial L' W. ITnlveratty.' OalnenvtlU 528 N. Main St. Galneevtlle
<, to tlio end of said. survey each side of andrlthln """'
: Front kitchen $3,900: !)!) living room. ____n__ t,178 Lying haul. road'
me.ALSO 20 feet of a 606 E. University GalnecvUli Equipment MOBILE HOMES Phone 376-0551
: urvey line said survey

: lNew Moon, 41 :x 12, :3 IJU. Capellim: 41 x 12, 2 Bit, frontS That' part of of: Oovernmentot elng> described .. follows: Phone 372261Crane'
814
HV4 of NW
o Commence at the IIn"l
Jack& Jill ... -- ':.L2S!01 KHchcn ___ ______ __. $3.299) 1 In Section 30, Township of Borrow Pit No. 1 a. MUSTANG:
8 South UunKe 20 Kast: mor.artictilariy thence
Bribed above run
: 1-Capella, 52 x: 12, 2 Hit, Front 48 12 2 HR front described as fol- a degroes 00 minutes, 09 .(><.>' ImportsVolvo Santa Fe Tractor Mobile Homes Inc. PAINT & GLASS
l-Cliliella x -
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low.: nds., W. H9.61 feet to
Kitchen $:i,99!) )* ofthe
: _- Hedroom _n _- ____ __ $3,888 Begin at the Intersection Point of Beginning: of (Mercodea-Bens) Inc. OalnasvUIo'si
northeasterly 60 foot right Pit- Haul Road survey th.1 Discount MobU

a lNew Moon/51 x 12, 2 Hit of way line of State Road 2.11. r..n thence S. 87 degrees : Home) Sutee Lot. Liddell Paint &
BR front lection: 28640-2801 and the FIAT-imXMAN
55
seconds W.
1 12,2
-Capella, x: nlnutes 11
: slJ-1 ;Jath 'Early American "outhorly BO foot right of wayne eat, run thence a. 20 degree Purchase discounts on entlrt

: ,- _1_!: _'_ '$3.0S: I led room.2 baths! $1.682 of fttate' Koncllection U minutes 21 seconds W. 2201 N. Main OalnetlVUlePhone FORDFarm chain guarantee huge saving Glass Co.
thence
28130-101 run 6 56.18 feet to the end of said .

I j 1 Capella. 60 x 12 2 BR raised .outh.asterly along the south urvey line, 372-4373 Tractors A: Implement NEW MOON CAPE1XAPACEMAKER -
: : 4-Capellas, 60 x 12, :.1 UK all erly 60 foot right of way liner Containing 10.183 acrei

: different floor plans.! $1,898 to front Ihinj room carpet, 3 State Road Section 28130 lore or 10.... Ford Industrial equipment KTAOTZE PAINTS
101. a distance of 50 feet, run Owned By: Kerr.Mca.eCorporation. Used Mobile Homes Low
outside doors n____ $5,298 hence southwesterly a di.ins' .- Bea.ty Academy
II $5,198.
L ,. Glass Doer-
USED EQUIPMENT Priced. With approved credit Mirror Sliding <
of 18 feet more or less 1'UKAHK TAKE NOTICE} .
.. to the northeasterly. 60 foot hat a Declaration of Taklnaas low as J10O down. .
Ight nf WHY line of State been filed In the abovetyled SALES PART SERVICE 4820 N.W. 18th St. 441 North Tub Enrlootires-Shonror Doors
II Clean 10 and 12 Wide 2 and load 2.11: Section 28640-2601 cause by the Petitionrs POWELL'S
: ALSO: Many at: a point 60 feet. S. 42 de- the acquiring authority PICK UP A DELIVERY 1 GalDM\1Ue 378-1346
and rem. 18 minutes 39 seconds of these proceedings. for the CALL COLLECT -WIndowAwnfngC.rpotWaUpaperStoreiroas -
repossessions
: ,3 Bedroom reconditioned. E I from the Point of BeglnIng. king.. of the property decrlbed _
Academy Gainesville
run thence N 42 de. In the Petition for Beauty 4488 NAV. Sixth .
: I trade-ins at wholesale and below prices, with fees 18 minutes 39 seconds ir the purposes. therein derlbecl MOVERS

: W 10 feet to the i'olnt of Uo- .- to wit a. the rights Learn a Profession In Your Phone 378-2548
i : only $100 down for those with preferred .inning of' way and borrow pit for H Consultation.
Containing. .Hi. the aggregate. portion of Stat. Iload S-131 Long Distance Moving
J.618 acres more or less. ex- Florida, Spare Time. Full:! or Part Time !St.!
: credit'free In I Bradford. County, Local DrayapSto..e 116 N.W. Sixteenth
; .. ./ '. luslve of extntlng road right and that the Petitioners. willapply
j a of way for an Ord.r ot Taking. bAY EVENING CLASSES GARDEN SUPPLIES Packing pntJnc. GAINESVILLE S7Z-8181
Owned. By: Kerr-Mcdee Coronation. and such other Order as tOe Shipping

je : [} Delivery and Set-up Within 100 Miles "Illl. ,.... 103.1. : 10H.J: the Court- Honorable deems. Quo.proper 1... Fatten before., Low Tuition Term FREE ESTIMATES CALL

IK.IIIOK WAY
on. of the Judges of the Clr.cult 219 N.W. 10th Ave.
\ That: part of: Court ..... tbe Eighth Judlal HILL'S MOVING SEWING MACHINES
units"Hi Lots 2 anil 3'eetIo 80ownnhlp Clrcu.lt, In and for Brad-
; on all above 8 Mouth Jtange. 20 >rd County Florida on the Gainesville 178.2764cONCRETE : Johnson & Paris Inc.Complete & Inc.
I last.l.ylnn. 17( da# 17 November A. D. Storage,
; each side of and 1987.l at 111:00: o'clock A. M. tm National Sewing
I 'Ithln' 60 feet of the survey the Bradford County Court- Line of 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd.
; : )lui of State nuad 231. tloctlon ....u.. at Stark., )Florida.' All PRODUCTSINSIST !
38640-2601 maid, surveyne p.rtl e to the suit. and alt Oalnesvllla 372-4271
Machine Co. Inc.
::1 : j being described as fol- trtles, .Interested may appear sEEDsPLArrsInsecticidesPet ""-"" ,
.;; hw.: and b. toeard at the time and. MUSIC
Begin on the east. line or plac. designated. THAT ALL YOUR SappileeFERTUIZERS

1 :: II action 11..nlt. 2 30* Township Bast at 6 a South poloild3i.8a You and each of you, are CONCRETE PRODUCTSARK New Home, Pfaff. Neloo

.. t t..lrillSgtrin feet northerly fremic her.by> commanded' to appearfiling the Lipham Music Co.
to
J b Answer Universal
)r an Sawing Machines
ic SK i corner of suld SectIon
jrl -, I 001\\ ao.) run t'-' >r. N 4.1 degrees. "'tltlon heretofore filed in TUB BEST FROM
: : t hi. cause.-in the ..ntltl..1Court. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader Galneewille' Shopping ctr.
: ,
... U I minutes, :39 sixunds W. 18. Bale &: Service
'f'. : : .. on or before Nov. S12- 8&3
11381:! feet to th beginning tI.tlo. Edward's
of a curve concave to Vie lOW 19$7.Interest to show or what 11.1'ou.right. ory Building 224 N.W. 8th Ave, 110 N. W. 10th Arena Nearly New Units U monthly

t MOBILE HOMES ivlug a radius of 28H4.TB .n, of you, have In and tothe Authorized

l [ INC.. alon.f..t. run...101 thence curve northwesterly through an property described In why said Supply, Inc. PHONE 113-0478 Budget Terms Available

ot 15 itltlon, and .how cause Baldwin Pianos &
anal. degrees 07 mlnut. be taken : Organ
S -. :<.. 48 seconds. a dlitance of for lh. the same uses should and not purposes. ...tforth 129 a IIaJn'1724844OAINPi4VILLE Oalneavllle, PIa Guitars Gibson Ooym All |V. University. Gtiie.vU1.
.. UiB.51 feet to the north line .lrf
41 North Lake City Fla. Ph. 752-2797 nf 1 Onvornmont< I .it I in :Seci In tie JO FoUlloa, tlle JI1A."I' Drums Ludwig. Sllngerland 87S-1SU
: : way ln.Witness ,
tlon i :io, TowiioMlp. tf s"iith Feuder Standard Amplifiers
.. .. 11l1l1l1e 20 Rant. (.south line .ifjvernment m.- Hind anti thilal > -
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1 donations to Mrs. Wat In The Circuit. Tonr Of TeHlKhth green 56 minute 34 aeconde. feet run thenoe. 8. 1 degrerl.. haul. road survey. line to wit. a* right of way for a heard a the time and < (lay of Oct. A. D. 1967.BKAL .
Mary Judicial. Circuit Im W. 493.94 f...t, run thence N. 07 minute 09 seconds E. 600 I Containing 6.154 acres. moreor portion of State Hoed 236, In dealgnated.You ( .)
terson, Hampton. And. for DnUfnrd CouairPlurliln. ; 0 degree 14 minute 31 aeoonda feet., run thence III. 88 degrees lea., exclusive. of existing" Bradford County. Florida, and and each of
HAMPTON Mr. and.:! Mrs. Al Delgren of: B. 723.to feet run thence B2 minute. 51 seconds. W. C150teet -. road right or way. that the Petitioner' will: apply hereby commanded to you Clerk rharlea Of The A. Darby circuit/, Court. tn
Point of Beginningof I
03 minUtes 011 "'0- to the for Order of
New York visited here with Lnw D.STATt3. N. 1 degree ALSO Owned By: A. F. Mcfavld an Taking by riling an Anawer to And "Pop' Bradford County,
Pit No.1. :
ROAD DEPARTMENT onda W. 124855 feet run thence Borrow and Mildred McDavld hi* wifeSubject and Such other Order a. the Petition heretofore filed Florida.
i iLA. their friends, Mr. and !Mrs. OB" FIXJKlnA an N. 84 decree. 61 minute 51 A parcel of the above do. Court deems proper, before this cause in the .
By :Jo Ann hicks Wes Halek, on Saturday. The Agency of the Stat..* of Florida, secondS H 71 feet to the Pointof crlbed parent. tract for Borrow to purchase To: Unrecorded held by Continental Option -- the Honorable neo, U Patten.one Court, on or before Nov. CI..rleT.(By Beulah M. Moody Deputy
beginningof Borrow Pit Haul Road I of the Judge of the Circuit -
and Pit 1987. to how what
right, '
AAAAA ""' ,, Delgrens who are traveling BRADFORD COUNTY, a Political -; No. I, run thence N. 1 decree, Lying northerly ol and oil Company. Court of the Eighth: Judicial Interest or lien you, or any 15'I A. YAWN County Attorney
the seconds W. SOO I PLEASE TAKE NOTICE' I Circuit In and for Bradford Bradford County Courthouse
extensively throughout Subdivision of the State 07 minute 09 within 40 feet of a haul road I you have In and to the
HAMPTON BAPTIST state plan to spend the winter of Florlcln, Petitioner. 1CI .. feet, run thence N. S3 decree survey line described a. follows I that a Declaration of Taking County, Florida, on the erty deacrlbed In saId RONALD Starke, Florida and
has B.
been filed In the above- LEO
.AY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE 17 day ''Jf November A. D. 1987, and show. .
the
cause why
CHURCH In New Port Richey. !, INC.. at a\., DefendBUMMONS It minutes 51 seconds E. 75 : styled catiaa by the Petition- at 10:00: o'clock A. M., In the should not be taken for Havdon Burns Building
The Hampton Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Nottke, ants. feet, run thence N. 1 decree Regln at the 8W corner of era, the acquiring" authority ofIh..e Bradford County Courthouses u...... and purposes let. forth Tallahassee Florida
TO SHOW CAUSE aocond W. 209 Borrow Pit No 1. aa flemribedabove proceeding. for the Of Counael For the Petitioner
Church. extended a call to and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald AND 07 minute 09 run thence 8 88 degree taking of the property described at Stark. Florida All partIes the Petition filed her.ln.Wltn.
Rev. and Mrs Melvin Hamel Nottke and baby have returned NOTICK OK IlfcSARINd feet run thence N. '18 decree tt mlnutea 61 aeoonds In the Petition for lbs, to the suit and all partIes In- .... my Hand and
during regular business meetIng to Brookfield: Ill. after Notice Of Eminent Domain 53 minute II eeconda B. 400 W 71 feet to the end of said purposes therein described, tereatad mny appear and be Seal of thla Court on th?. 10/28 4t 11/11

Wednesday night Rev. spending two weeks with Mr. Procerillna Tn The Name: And By The ,-...---- -
}Hamel who la presently attending and Mrs. Paul Babyar. Mrs Authority Of The State of -
the Luther Rice Seminary Irvin Nottke and Mrs. Babyarare Florida,
In haa sisters. In addition. to visiting TO ATAt WHOM IT MAY
Jacksonville: accepted OONCEKN.:/ and to all persona
the call as full time and sightseeing at Silver and parties claiming or having -
pastor and he and Mrs. Hamel Springs and St. Augustine, any right title intereat, TURKOLOGY CONTEST
eaiu.tu. morttfnwe or other lien
wild be moving Into the pas- the Nottkes purchased !property i to or on thoaa pertain paroel.
torlum later In December. In Cltra where they planto of land hereinafter doacrlbed,
everyone Is cordially invited make their home at a later and the following peraona, together .
with all unknown per-
to attend and worship In all date. Mrs Ronald Nottke arrived annt* rlalmlnir by. through or
the services. In the States one and a under. known person. who are

The WMU of the Hampton half years ago from Holland.Mr. d..ad l>e or dead. who or alive are :not knownto
Baptist Church met Thursday and Mrs. WUlard Thomas. Continental Oil Companyco
morning with eight members Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas I' J. J Doran .
present. Ln addition to the Mrs. Mary Jane Jones visIted -, New:30 Rockefeller York New Plnxa YorkKC'IIOV
president Edith Kennan, others with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie II awMMt-aiOl: "TATE .,
present were June Had- McRae in Tampa Saturday III*.til il.1.1 nitAKfOItU COUNTY ; -
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nssl'nr'nuositiGlil': WiN
dock, Pat Youngblood Lorlne night. or WAY !dRKff -
You.n-g>blood'. Betty Hayes. Shery Hicks of Gainesville Hill .%O. 10a.1 .
Norma Melton. Odessla Mc- visited over the weekend with That 8W4 part of NWV4 of: of Sootlnn

Conaghy, and Barbara Hill. her grandparents. Mr. and 17, Township. 7 South. Range .
Debbie Hill, Mission Stud Mrs. Otto Hicks. 20 Eaet, I )
Chairman for the YWA'B, announces Mrs. M. Watterson had: en Lying feet went of the of aurvey and, within line .

that the group will as weekend !guests her cousins. of State Road. 8-2J5, Hectlon .
have a study on the book Mrs. Elsie Plouden of Miami. 180110-2501 aald survey line '
being deacrlbnd a* follows:
"So Sure of Tomorrow,' Friday who will be remembered here Begin on the north line of
night., All unmarried girls as Elsie WItt. and Otto Witt Ruction 11. Township T. South. .
between of Lake City. Other visitors In Range, 20 East at a point FOR YOUR
the
and
ages> of 16 14:,III: .6 feet easterly. from the
24 are Invited to meet at the the Watterson home over the NW corner of said Section 1T.
church at 7 p. m. The study I weekend were Frank Hardln: run theme S. 01 minute 34 second IS. 1066.63
which will be combined with of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. feet to the beginning of a
work on a mission action pro- Leaston Wynn of Hampton curve concave to the easterly
ject and a slumber party will Lake. and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Saving a. radius of 11.469.18
feet, run thence southeasterlyalong
be held at the Lake home oMr. Watterson and! daughter' said curve through a |I
and Mrs. John Dykes on] of Starke. total central :te300f.eo: dogross ; I
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The Calvin Richard
Santa Fe Lake.PERSONALS familyof a distance of 122600 feet to
Ocala and the Joel Smlbh the end of said curve, run
.All persons Interested In family of Jacksonville visited thence S. 08 degrees, 04 mln-
utea. 04 seconds. H. Dig.OS feel
the with, their Mr. and
Santa Fe Cemetery are parents to th end of said survey line
Invited to drive out and see Mrs. J. O. Adklns on Sunday. Containing 0.115 acres moreor
how nice the grounds look Mrs. Richard Davie formerly less exclusive of exIsting
road right of way
Mrs. Mary Watterson who Is Donna Rhoden, was honored Owned By: A. F*. McDavld
In charge of. the upkeep of the with a lovely bridal and Mildred MuDavId his

cemetery, has located someone shower Thursday night at wife.Subject To: Unrecorded. Option
to keep the grass mowed the Hampton Baptist, Church. to purchaae. held by Continental
and the grounds clean Approximately 30 guests enjoyed oil CoMW'IIOV .
ttWMIU-aiUM STATIC
throughout the year. AU fundsin and participated, in the fOAl ELI RUAItruHO' COUNTY -
the treasury are exhausted. games played Prizes: for the KNlllllOMN,
Therefore. those Interested games were won by Leila Mae t4HI. >o. WM.I BORROW PIT '.
Morrow Pit No. 1 Loft Of
and those who have loved Carter. Lorlne Youngblood. Station 110I.- 00.00 -
ones burled in, this cemeteryare Pat Youngblood and! Lorraine That part of, \
asked to make a donationto Varnes. A large colorful umbrella SW\( or NBU Section ..

!help with the cost of J labor.. wo used on the gift TownshIp Cast[ deacrlbed 7 7 South aa followa Range* 20
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All donation will be accepted table and smaller paper umbrellas Commence on the south line
andi appreciated. Please send were used to decorate of Section V, Township T : ..
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South: Range SO East at a ,

cake.each The Individual cloth covering serving the of point rrom the UlllDH BW corner feet easterly of said Read The Rules How To Win\

punch table also carried out Unction 8. run thence N. 01 de- __. ".

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HAMMOND 4
7tn Mr and Mrs. Otto Hicks
DS visited with Mr. and Mrs. D. ORGAN STUDIO Any reader of The Telegraph is eli 4r4 tr4 Each space below represents some

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Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins in 11* K. W. 10th Av*. correct or nearest correct answer letters and arrange them to spell
Mayport Sunday night.
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE' LAKE GENEVA
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SECTION 3 PAGE FOUR STARKr.. n.ORlnV Tllf'RSDIY.. NOV. 16. 1981 ,
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Indians Lose To Crescent City I -- 1
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KEYSTONE HILITESBy 1'I NEWS NOTES Qualifying Deadline i


By Helen Egan
Jim Fox Play Hawthorne Here FridayAn 1 !

Please Phone In Your Items 473-4148
COMMUNITY CHURCH Near For Keystone

-- intercepted pass and with the Rebels mounting Dr Albeit C. Holt, former

fumbles set the stage for Keystone's their first real offensive of pastor of the Community
KEYSTONE WOMAN'S CLL'BThe I j music department, will be in I
21-0 defeat In their the game. This drive carried Church and Mrs. Holt 'were

Harvest Food Sale, charge of the program for non-conference game at Crescent them to the Indians 21 yard I honored by the officers and I 5thThree

sponsored by the Woman'sClub the December meeting, which City Friday night line before it bogged down. members of the church at Election Dec.

of Keystone Heights, will will be held on the third The first quarter was a de The Indians were again unable MOl'nJnaWOl'ah1p on Sunday,, ,

be Just' in time for busy homemakers Thursday of the month. She fensive battle with most. of to move the ball and Nov 12.

to add a few extra wild present her students in a the play being !in Keystone punted out to their own 40. A i Dr. Holt preached his last

goodies to their holiday menu. special musical program, territory The Indians were. 15 yard penalty. moved'It backto sermon as pastor on June 11, candidates one an mined whether the City or the

The sale will! be held Wednesday which promises to be most unable to make a first down the Rebel 45. The rugged < which was the first anniversary incumbent had qualified Water Department would be

Nov. 22: at the post I entertaining Be sure to circle I and lost 19 yards on the Indian defense 'held and forced r 1 of the dedication service through Wednesday for the responsible for having, !Chem

.,.office. starting at 9 a. m. Pies I this date on your calendar. ground in, this quarter. The the Rebels to punt. The rl : !In the new sanctuary to which three council seats to be filled put in usable condition. Fox

-will be the specialty, but a JUNIOR WOMAN'S: CLUB I Rebels from Crescent City Indians were unable to field in the December 5 KeystoneHeights
; ; he gave so much Interest and also recommended that a new
:JJJJJVarlety of other foods will be:i The Keystone Heights Junior picked up 3 first downs but this punt and set up the I Presents Check To Fire Department I planning. At this tribute service ) city eleeflon. hydrant 'lbe placed In the vicinity -

MOM sale. Woman's Club Is unable to the ball night's second TD by givingthe !Along with Incumbent Roy
pubI I I sponsor- were move : President Of Disbanded ClubC. he was given the honor of the First Baptist Church,
Mrs. Reggie Sohuber, ing a campaign to raise funds more than 34 yards net. This Rebels possession on the of being named Minister Em- Watkins, those who have filed and one in the area near the
]llclty chairman for the Wotnan'8 -, for the scholarship P1'Oltram.1" of defensive 16 yard line.The Indians put their petitions! and paid the .
same type play
)' W. Owen (right), president of the Crystal Lake eritus. Each second Sunday in Muhlhofer home.
Club, has announced that whlrh been !. $10( qualifying fee are: James!
has beneficial to contlnueed until the last four up a valiant defense but the
June will be known Dr.
their Civic recently presented a cheek for $167.69 to Ed as Fox reported that five new
the cub! will sponsor: 'I' s"holar graduates from Keystone minutes of the second quarter Rebels would not be denied jClub. i Holt Sunday and he will be Cook, former City Tax Asses-

annual Driver's Training' High School. Selected when a Keystone pass was in- even though it took six downsto Bennett. chief of the Keystone Height Volunteer Fire De- the honored preacher of the sor; and Ray Wlnans a new- concrete: street signs had cost:

Course in January. Two complete students have been receiving tercepted and carried Into the move this 16 yardsThe partment.The comer to Keystone politics,I 'the city $20 each and sug-

courses will be rffered! funds to assist! In paying their end zone. A clipping penaltyat Rebels' last TD was I club wax organized on Dec. 10, 19(16( to promote day.E.. A, Rush'ton.' of the Boardof who is employed as comptroller gested, that a policy be set
with classes in the.afternoons the purchase of signs in
/.this: year tuition and book the nullified facilitated by another Indian for an electrical firm in on
With' expenses. four yard line Improvement projects for the {Crystal Lake area. A majority Trustees- paid tribute to He and
and evenings. future. Mayor
of instruction The club is now selling the TD and moved the ball fumble and the Rebels ended i of the membership voted to disband the club on Oct. 14, 1967.KecortU ( the Holts and Albert Bach- Gainesville.! the both
the two sections expressed pref-
I Starnes
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"Footles" f a slipper sock out to Keystone 19 yard line. the game by kicking off and Incumbent Huntley RedfearnSr.
It is that of for the club will lie kept for one year at the mann presented Dr. Holt witha for the signs
hoped more which stretches> to fit the The Rebels picked up their stopping the runback on the has announced. he will not erence, type now ..
-our residents will avail them- I home of Mr. Owens on Crystal Lake.MELROSE small plaque, a companionpiece be candidate reelection.His 'being used by the City of
foot for $1 a pair. These will fifth first down via both the 18 yardi. line. They then push'ed for the one presented to a for

selves of this wonderful op-, make nice Christmas gifts for, air and ground to advance the the Indians back to the one Mrs. Holt by Mrs. John Bird, son, Huntley Redfearn Jr., Starke, and Fox was Instructedto

portunley Additional details your family and friends, so if| ball to the eight where it was as the whistle ended the I orf behalf of the Woman'sClub. Is currently circulating a pe obtain prices on having
will be included In this columnat similar for
rvvvvvrvmvvvnvvYvw .v..uvvvmyuyvvyvuvy.INDIAN I tJtIolfOl'! 25 oneof Starke make signs
you are interested in carried over for the night'sfirst game. signatures

a ]later, date.DUPLICATE BRIDGE. 1nq the scholarship support-I! TD. Keystone, whose season A bronze plaque, set In the the requirements for becoming Keystone.

please contact the membersof On the kickoff Hlnck picked record is now 4-5, meets another BEACHLake brick of the narthex, was unveiled a candidate and Is expected Mayor Starnes suggestedthat
Wneers for Duplicate Bridge ototalrux'
estimate
the Junior Womana Club. up the ball on the S running non-conference foe Friday !- by two church officers to qualify by the dead an be,

on Thursday: evening Nov. 9.1 WOMAN'S GOLF ASSN, it back to the 15. The night as they host Hawthorne In honor of Dr. Holt line Thursday night when the from the contractor now work.

were: Louis Kyle and On Thursday, Nov. 9. mem- Indians utilizing running I This game should allow By Joyce Rowe ( Santa Fe) The pastor, Rev. Leon F. Council meets to certify can Ing on SR 100 in regard to
LaCoste, first place: ; Mr By Mlvnael II. Chltty near Be-
correcting the curve
bers of the Keystone WOA plays managed to pick up them to end the season Milner heartfelt dldates.
expressed
*"!Mrs Fremont Tolles second completed; their second roundof their first first down movingthe with an even 5-5 record.Keystone !I L44.uulu.uutAU/ Ph. '7 -2J11 thanks for the work of the One vacancy exists on the lote's home on NightengaleStreet.
l and Mrs. Ban- '
> ce: Aubrey
said this was
He curve
comootltlon; the Presi ban out to the 36 yard CC Mr. and Mrs. II. G. "Mar. ..auau.uuuautau Church Women during their Council at the present time

-, dent's Cup. Last week there line. Another intercepted pass 2 First Downs 11 vin" Odom last week adopteda most successful Bazaar. under due to the resignation of improperly banked, but that
paeeThe : How!' This Is heap big Chief work had been done and
Bridge Club was' an error In our column broke up this drive and timeran 15 Yards Rushing 154 baby boy. He was born Nov the chairmanship of (Miss Councilman Walt Thomas, who the

Duplicate the which stated that the tourna- out before Crescent City 15 Yards Penalized 70 ember 7 and weighed. 9 pounds Nooz-TUler. with more smoke. Marilyn Bridges and Mrs. Don has moved from the city. the street deeded to the city,

Heights sponsored Woman's by Keystone Club Is ment would last two weeks. could get steamed up again. 7-2-0 PA-T'C-PI 11-6-2' and 13 ounces. He has been signals from Indian Beach.: By I. Morgan. The goal was $1- Thomas' term would expire in therefore the county or state

Howe..er. It will actually be The second half started the shores of Santa Fe, stand December, along with those of would not? assume responsibility -
JTheld: each Thursday' eveningst 3 Fumbles Lost 1 named Douglas The Odoma 500 but at this report It has
wig-warn, but nary a correcting the condition.
many a for
conducted for four weeks. Re Watkins and Redfearn.
Masonic'Hall already have three girls.! Congratulations been exceeded by about. 500.
7:30: In the ,
Hiawatha in the bunch. Justhal'j also suggested that
Starnes
sults of the tournament will Also to be filled on December -
of the
rs.and Is open to the public. be published at later date. I Berets (Reserves] Bob's address working God fearing. Two special projects 5 are the offices of Christmas lighting on Lawrence -
V PTA MEETING a with a polio epidemic for Mrs. Virgle Rowe and son. fish lovers. I Bazaar which\ will continue to MaY-I Boulevard should be Im- "

TO HEAR REP. SHAW The Turkey Tournament, is: Pvt. Robert W. Mor- many years, and have not Danny and father, Grant Melton and I attendedthe be available, are. Mrs. Mary or, Tax Collector, and with al-
State Representative Eugene which is being sponsored by gan, ER 149-833-23.. Company been able to eradicate this' Rothhammer went to Cedar Otis Holt's booklet: of poems: "I sessor. proved, or done away
football
Shaw will be the featured the WOA started last Sundayand A33. Ft. DlX N J., 0884. disease as thoroughly as we Key last Wednesday. Starke-Lake City,There is Am Thinking of God,' which Incumbent Mayor Ray together. He said that burned!

speaker at the Keystone' will continue until Mon- Please be sure to !include Bob's have in this country. She is Rev. Alfred Vaught, minister game Friday night. aboutit I she compiled over 20( years ago Starnes has already qualified I.l out bulbs needed replacing
much to several tele-
not really say that he had
t,;:Heights PTA tonight [Thursday -I day Nov. SO:: This is open to name on your mailing list for now coresponding with a na- of Seminole First Church except that Starke never for her children and grandchildren for re-election. Tax Collector and calls to the
objecting
] according to the club's both the todies and: men of, the holidays.Mrs. tive of Formosa who came to in St Petersburg, visited his ; and the Church Kitty McGlave, and Tax As- phone
had a chance. You can't ex- fact? that the lights had already -
publicity chairman, Mrs. Ray- the club. Low gross and lows Bill Ottinger and son.r this country to receive special aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. pect much, when almost the:I Women's Cookbook "Heavenly sessor Julius Hanson had not I been turned on. Coun-

mond Farria. net scores will be declared I Michael of Gainesville! were) training In the care and prevention Ray Blrt last weekend. While entire A-squad is out with in- Morsels." I qualified by Wednesday, but cilman Fox agreed to take the

The meeting will start at 8 winners. weekend guests of Mr. and of polio victims. Mrs. here, he was guest speaker at!. juries. Lake City really has a The Youth Fellowship groupis expected to seek re-election matter with Clay ElecBrc
CUB SCOUTS Ito up
*Jj. m. in the school cafetorram Mrs. Frank Ottlnger. Miller's friend has stated that the Methodist Church' tremendous team. and 1 also to be congratulated on thelc! poata.

It is hoped that a large and Den 2 of the local Cub Mrs. S. E. McKay returned she and her co-workers have Steve and Dottie Svotooda, wouldn't be surprised but their fine work for UNICEF I Renews Lease Cooperative.The Council authorized pay-

receptive audience will, be pre- Scouts meet every Wednesday home Saturday from the Med- been most appreciative of the children of Mr. and Mrs. Ber- what they will be the State which netted $65. In a routine meeting Tues- I ment of $500 to Brannan

..;gent. afternoon [following school 1 1at ical Center after a 3-week donations, which Mrs. Miller'sfamily nard Svoboda of Gainesville Mr Milner advocates the day night, the Council renewedthe total bill
Champs. Plumbing Co. on a
Mrs. Kuesoert's! home The stay, where she underwent and her friends have last weekend with their lease of & Martin.
the aohool'sMURRHEE spent Al. Handley
Wyland 'Mrs. Van Netta and son formation of Prayer Groups of $625 for lowering water
/
..__ theme for this month la "Ar- donated to this cause. The
major We to Mrs.
surgery. are glad: grandparents Mr. and Grassing Co. on approximately
luncheon guestsof In the homes In
the various road
were Sunday or lines made necessary by
ound the World. The
= boys report that she is fine health friend:! has sent newspaper Albert Shuenomian, at their Swearing 419 acres ar the Keystone Air
Fred and Vera community balance to be
areas. construction; the
are presently making indi-
busy statistics
and good spirits. Mrs. McKay clippings and home on Lake Winnott. port.; Under terms of the new
went
Fred
Al spec CIRCLE MEETINGSThe deter-
and until It
en. withheld was
v Insurance Agency puppets to represent the has expressed] her appreciation cating what American dollars Mrs. Thurman Hutson and and caughta lea.se. the present rate of $3
Saturday additional work
fishing
foreign countries in which have done to curtail polio In fallowing afternoon cir mined whether
to her friends for Mrs. be for
many daughter. Margaret and an acre will in effect
Richard Murrhea fish !
Agt. they are interested.The her country. nice mess of cles will meet at 1:30: on No- needed to be done
General Insurance their prayers, flowers, cards, Bob Hargus of Chattanooga, Red Neal and Andy Boswell 'the first three years advanc-
boys. who attending vember 20: Mrs. Sara MeDona.ld's A deed was approvedWith
Tire -' Casualty '....' Marln are now and visits. ? When you are figuring, yourChristmas" Tenn. spent the weekend with caught six bass Friday and ing to,$4 an acre in the fourth new
Den 2 meetings, in- Circle at the educa- Mrs Louise Nelson for .a
Harold Snellen of Mrs.Tom ,budget, 'W'hynot W. Qrollck.Mrs. .
Auto Bonds son Mr. and Mrs. J. Saturday. They year, and $$5 In the fifth year.
three
c UIle; : Harry Wagner Den-[ CrutchfJeld of Keystone Include onyour list a donationfor I Hutson will be here fora on torth.OoSe tional building with Mrs. Everett Fox, chairman of the trade of property in connectionwith
Hetftito .73-478* to start fishing
*Keystone : ner : Kevin Brannon Assist- ought Herman Schroeder hostess, ( street work at Nelson'sPoint.
Heights, was recently honored the prevention of polio In couple of weeks. While here, while they are Street Committee, reported!
ant Denner Bret Bannon. specs and Mrs. William Walz, co- Chairman Watkins said
; when selected for membershipinto Formosa! If you are Interested she and Mr. and Mrs. Grolick that there are six or eight

Bruce Bleasdale, Jerry Keeth, the Blue Key Society at and I am sure that you will take a trip to Englewood, biting good. Barton, hostess. Mrs. Thomas Norwood's fire hydrants In. the city that that shifting the street a few
Timmy Murrhee, Neil Cannon, Pete and Joyce Circle at the home of feet would enable the city to
SCHEDULEOF Carson-Newman College Tenn. will be, please contact; (Mrs. Mrs Carlton of Jacksonville and Vanetta Morris, are too low for the Fire Department -
SERVICES Mark KIefer, and Mark Jor- Jullane Nelson and Carol Jack Miller, under the Melrose Is visiting in Melrose.Mr Charlie and Pat Tlllman of Mrs. Olive Stevens with Mrs. to connect to with- save a couple of nice oak
dan [Den Chief-. Mrs. Kues- Ralph Mabel Husbands as co-hos
Warren along with their directory She will be Rowe
escorts and Mrs Virgle all attended the Flor- out great? difficulty. He was
Tampa,
pert is the Den Mother. from the University of glad to give you all of the visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank in Jackson- tess. Mrs. Walter Orollck'sCircle instructed' to compile a list
PARKof HERE 'N THERE ida-Georgia game will meet In her homeon
Florida, attended the Florida- literature on this worthy Well and In WlHlston. Satur- there of these hydrants, with their
Joined trees.KEYSTONE
Lt. Rhett Fox, son of Mr. ville. They were Lake Santa Fe, Mrs. AlIjagasse's
in Jacksonville. please contact her
the Georgia game cause so Fred and Cosine Thieman. location, so( it could be deter-
day.Joe by Circle
and Mrs. Everett Fox otPee.oh Albert I NOW" will meet at
Mrs Bachmann president Wimrenbach. daugh-
PALMS St., left Thursday of Sunray:: Joyce, Pat and Van- 'the home of Mrs. E. N. Dlfen-
and Mrs. R. N. Sun- ters recently visited his where
last week to report back to etta were In Ocala, bach on Lawrence Blvd. with
'tferland! 1st vice president of er, Mrs. Pearl ? team. Wyman as cohostess.The .
t Fort Polk, La. after week's moth-I Joyce bowled with her Mrs. Miller as co-hostess. The
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SUNDAYS the Garden Club, attended the Bishop To Visit Melrose had excellent Thanksgiving' Service
Jack Miller
visit with his family. MornIng Circle, Mrs Turknett
A.M. PJM. District 4 meeting at the Gar- The Rt. Rev. the Community HEIGHTS-
,11:00 7:30 luck for the first weekend of will be held in
chairman will
meet at 9:30
Mike Zlke son of Mr. and I. : a.
den Center In Jacksonvillelast the Dioceseof oh
West, Bishop of killed two turkeys Church at 10 a. m.
hunting. He
THURSDAYS Mrs. Raleigh Zike, left last m. at the home of Mrs. Elmer
7:30() P.M. Monday:! for Hawaii, prior to Friday. Florida will be at the Sun- and he and the boys (got Howe with Mrs. Quincy Gardner Nov 23. A cordial invitationis
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zowarka of the
St. William's Sunday day morning service Monday night, extended to all friends and
for In Vietnam.We 20 squirrels. as co-Jiostess. The evening
reporting duty
IL FUNDAMENTALBIBLE attended the Florida-Georgia Mass, 9 a.m. Wednesday, :Mass! Trinity Episcopal Church He Lou attended a Workshop at other denominations in the
wish him the beet of luck. circle, Nlghitengales, will meet MELROSE
the the annual
TEACHING prame. Following game and Novena 7 will be here for the College on area.
p.m. Johns Jr.
We now have the address of St. at 3 p. m. at the home of
Zowarkaa were dinner guests [Continued on next page] decorations for EASTERN STAR
All Services Held In The Bob Morgan son of Mr and of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Darby of Community Church Rev. Christmas University Mrs. Louis Kyle. with Mrs. The November 7 meetingwas
of the
Mrs. Bill Morgan of Lake Geneva members Leon Wagner, as co-ihoste.ss.
:. New Bible Center who recently reportedfor Jacksonville.Herb Leon F. Miner, minister. Mrs. Women's Club. Rebeccas Circle met on Nov. the Chapter's Birthday BUSINESS I
Nelson and Harriet Canova organist. Mrs. I paets.DEDAN. and some Month, when appropriate remembrances -
George William Barber
13 the home
at of Thomas
active duty with the Green Mrs -
-.. Harper were also at. the FIa.Georgia .- extended.
a were
William Warren, Secretary. friends are down hunting
Gregory with Mrs. Barry
-r. I game last weekend. Sunday School. 9:40: a. m. BAPTIST Broofcerl few days this week. Its nice [Continued. on nexPa\ eJ DIRECTORY

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Clit Chapman 1 Is home on
Services Sunday Un
Sunday
: this! close to
.. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. to have a cabin
leave for a visit with his family -
School. 9:45: a. m. Morning .
Nursery at 11 a. m. service fishing and hunting.My
and friends.
w only. Worship, 11 Training Hubert
.. PTA MEMBERSHIP DRIVE a. m. grandparents,
.. 1 Union 6:30: p. m. Evening and Paine Chitty. Gra.nJ:1i-1: BEAUTY SHOP
Mrs. Charles McGlave,
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PresbyterianFaith
.a. Membership Drive Chairmanfor Presbyterian Church I Service 7:30.: Wednesday mother Copeland and I went NOTICEEffective

.. the Keystone Heights PTA.ha.s -Rev. J. R. Neale Jr, ]Prayer E Meeting, 7:30: p. mRev. fishing Sunday and caught .G0.tF. ,G0.ltN TAMP.
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Continue-t On N*. t Page I KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Leroy Olive Pastor.
requested that all parents ister. Mrs. W. A, Wallace or-I

.. and residents of the community ganist; Mrs. Carl SHOP

.. r support their local PTA by summer organist I Nov. 13, 1967

.. having their names Includedon Sunday School 9:4S: a.m. Winter Edith Johnson Owner
the membership roster for '
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Personal

.. this school rear Even If you Sunday, (Nursery open !lothhOW'll. ,,4 A: Creative
FRI. SAT.
.. do not have children enrolledin .) I'1 Hale !
Styling
Keystone's school system it NOV. 17, is-1, :
s Individual
CunninghamsGULF Oar
Beauty
-.. 'i $ Is hoped that you will seriously -Episcopal: t Ovary Form of (CUlture*
Beauty
.. consider joining the organ- St. Anne'sRev.. William
.. I Open Tuea-Sat 9-8;
NEW AND
ization. I. Jones, Vicar. GAS HEATERS
Closed
a
aa Monday
The homeroom with the largest -
a < Morning; Prayer and Sermon OLD

a.. number of memberships 2nd and 4th Sunday
RS. (this will be determined on a ttSO/: CONCRETE
a.m. (nursery open.)
isr percentage basis! will receivea Holy Eucharist and sermon REDUCED BELOW COST .

r aa $10 award. The Individual 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: A. ,Keystone Heights[ Hawthorne Concrete

student who obtains the largest m. (nursery open). Church & Supply Inc.
! number of memberships ,
School. 9:30: ajn. "Holy Eu-
a t t8 will be awarded a $5 prize. chart, 8 ajn. each Sunday. Space Heaters Now Has A RED -
1 Mrs. McGlave said that the MIX
Evening Prayer 7:30: p.m.
. drive will be continued NEW AND USED CONCRETE
each ETC 6:30
Sunday. : p.m.
through January, with the; each Sunday. Complete Line Hwy. 20 W. Hawthorn

i a winners being announced at Dally offices of Morning RangesExhaust 4S1-29.T;?. 20.11:
the February PTA meeting. *""""
E ARE YOU ALL BOXED IN ROTARIANS HEAR and Evening Prayer, 8:00: a.rnand ALL OFHEATING ,NURSERY '

. 5:00: p.m.

, M BY BILLS? MRS.]rs. JACK Jack Miller MILLER of Lake -LuthersaLutheran .Fans REDUCEDBELOW O.C. Carnes Nursery

4 w 9 Santa Fe, was the guest Church of Key NEW OILS niwy 10O, Florahom _
sneaker at the November 2 23 HJI_ SB of StartNursery
0 Household and personal bills have a way of meeting of the Keystone stone Heights; Vicar Richard. Stock Thousands
Grades 1 & 2
. piling up faster than you think. Lift the load T Heights Rotary Club. The Meyer, minister. Wall Heaters I, of Plants A: fruit Tr to

a and get out of that "box" of needless worry. luncheon and meeting was Divine worship Sunday 11 chooa from. Nice Shad Treu,

C Come in and ask about a low-cost convenient held at the Masonic Hall a. m. Holy Communion 2nd NEW AND USED COSTCome Evergreens & Landscape

: ': Bill Payer Loan. It's the smart way to payoff Mrs. Miller, who has beena Sunday of each. month. Plants. All In container _

: -a all those bills in one swoop then, repay use resident. ,of this an area informative for Services held each Sunday In And Register For FREE Door I'rizes CALL 4734279For Plant anytlm, CamclllM A.
many years gave azalea
'"
with just one handy payment each month. at St. Anne's Episcopal
. and warm delivery on Let tu do
:yearPhono lend.eapfng"
Church Keystone
Jelghtt
.. what our American dollar can Fit. *. : Free Coffee, Soft Drinks & Donuts Prompt Delivery 884..2115

: CO-AIE: IN GET ACQUAINTED do for the crippled children in """

Formosa. She pointed out to apt la* I USED CARS

the Rota rtans and their guests Worship services OPEN S 'TILL 5
KEYSTONE STATE i Sunday .
BANK 0' WE GIVE w 0'''
that American! $5 bill will
en Hanks
Used
.
... .. 11 .. m., 7r30 C .p. m. (nurser) Cars
furnish a set of braces, valu- '
: ":' Member F.D.I.C... Keystone Heights."Tour Fla. ed at more than $100 In thisCOl1J1t.rY. pent. Saf-Gas S&HGREEN BIG CASH DISCOUNT
. Sunday School 9:45: .. m. Keystone C v--- "-. S

: Friendly Bank In Your Friendly : nursery openl. Tntlninc TAv STAMPS BUY TEL TRADE
said that the
Mrs. Miller
Community." tees 6:3: p. m. [nursery open] KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Rt. 1 Box M -
: people of Formosa" have been
II I Rev. Lawrence Carroll I Hwy. 100 S Mile 8. .tara
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NEWS NOTES a fall last week. quarter, and stayed there' atter>>:!tant. Miss Odom will be and Mrs. Jim Hickson and brother and slster-ln-Jaw. SPORTMAN'S! CLUB
:
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Camp thought sometimes only by a crowned by fate captain forth family of Jaskaonville were I and Mrf J S. Eunice; Jr. Mr'l OFFERS REWARDDon B WOMEN SUFFER
[From Pnoedlnc Pagel bell of ChOnegvUle\ dropped In one point margin. night, to be announced at visiting them over the. week- Mrs Bennett Green of Morgan president of \ ro-ylncetown I
for a short visit with the E. P. When the game was all over the beginning IJl: the game. end. i, Sons Is visiting her brother the Keystone, Height's Sports- _, Mw en limo n1t1. nn11t1/D w.......or WITH BLADDER IRRITATIONCnmmon
he ceremony of Initiation Egan last; Sundity. Bronson lei; 42-35. Melrose Miss Aimee SmiHi! will be Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kite and sister-in-law. Mrs J. H.I man's Club announces that _.; .."Oils..", M"UM, un"...ninxLl affect Hldnry twlo *or. BI/i'Mrr/ Irritation ..
i mdny woman" N
nd the honoring of Bast Matrons will probably finish the season crown bearer and Bill Herring IIAJI':! A nice .\wiprds) < visit Sat- I Eunice The two sisters are the club IIIllgaJ.n/ offering a \..l, :: AIW. OWx0/. men. often aiming tvitMenvia. undnprvouinem
were observed. The past with ,a third )place record. will cary the flowers for the urday. ;Mr. Kite's brother here to be near their grand! reward of $100 for Information from frequent' burning
Idling urlniillon. SiKonil irllv
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ream* were Mrs. Beatrice Their final game wll be with Queen. bought a new plane and called mc throe:: r. Ernestine! ( Elsen.- MELROSE Bell; ;Friday nig'ht.' Fallowing the game, there I to Uy that )rte and his wife who Is confined in Methodist conviction! of any person or Better homes Furniture Co.j 1 Jiuik.u,' :t1'n' ami xu< h trrl>.out l old*. ;<<-VSTl r tr; er. Phyllis C. Hussey, Bertha Plans are underway to pub11M. will be a dance at the Parish were coming up. They cam Hosp.tal: in Jacksonville.Mr. persons killing deer illegally I 1200 S. Etlcewooil Ave. ally' brlnKi r.'lnMng imlurt h: ,n\"rhMi -
Wall, Dorothy: ; Koons of a paper at the school. It House, sponsored by the Junior I I over the 'fake to let themknow and Mrs. Wallen. Sapp during the current season. Jacksonville, Florida 3!!I'5 I :pain: grime;VaI' ; ,I'1 In'i.I n I-X!I4 at urine druRKi"mrt t.t tutluy.'>ring:
the local chapter and affiliated ] from Preceding P1III'eJ will ,probably be published class.! Music will be playtU! they were here, and met and Leslie were visiting Mr. I
Past Matrons. Elizabeth onfie" each six,r;' weeks. by the "Unknowns." them at the Keystone Airport. and Mrs. A. C. Pearce on BROWN FAMILY ,
fumble, Louise C. Perry, and visitation |'en.ll: tbd'000Ifirm- 'Alrlrame lltl( > To Have The; Kite men went fishing, Sunday.' REUNION
anet Hayner. Past Patrons. .atlon: Service. and caught ;41 specs while The descendants of the late I
were J. Azzie William, U. Edrd )!: Follewtngrthg service,, there!! ,. HomecomingHlffh./ School will INDIAN BEACH the women listened to the Jasper Brown will hold a family I FLORIDA THEATRE
i Hussey, Leamon Ward, will be a dinner hanol'lnathe have Us'annual Komeccmlng Florida game. TIfc:!; RIGHT POINT for the reunion at the home of

obsd C. Koona. and BalpCTi C. Bishop and.she &&& coafVma.nda. -' game: Friday night at 8:00: p. Mr. and Mrs. JuJiua Span- way ;you write. Come in Howard Brown at Sampson

The bishop. ,,4 -fromJacksonville m. on ..-.be M.C'l'-o&e football C From Preceding Page] hour of Hampton. Iowa. spenta and select your favorite ES. City on Sunday: Dec. 3. A Showtime-Weekdays 7:00- Sunday 3:00 -

The ceremony OIl memorial.! School News. : fled, around' 40( specs. I felt sorry few days with Mr. and Mrs. TERRROOK fountain pen. b-vket lunch will be served at I Saturday 1:00
vill be observed at the Nov. Festivities will begin with a I E W. Ravels last week. 1pm. AH members' of the
|\21 chapter. meeting.ERSONALS < mil The Junlurclass. is now cell parade through Mea>se Friday for beat Grandpa him last Chitty week so since I let Mr. an.1:! Mrs. N, C. Beasleyof i I 7 t'lamtlflnn: ....a in the TEIJDI family and friends are cor- FIJI., SAT. NOVEMBER: 17, 18
I pensW\ t.ll Mclrose Ugh afterncuw at 2:40.: The Statcsboro. Oa.. and Mr.I /RA I'll brli>K him beat me by four. How-
Mrs. G. W. Marshtourn of School written on.then They queen And:! her attendants will n-vl Mrs. Horace White Jr Double Feature Program/
also have ever. I still!) caught 14 of 'em.
al, picture of a :Mustang be | the as wtt'l' floats Karen,
Tallahassee. spent several' days! QL parade and daughter, were
Betty OilTfln'' of OrlfflnLod'ge
Recently with her mother-toi-' lnvprtoted on themand," l :ifrsra theola3fce: at the school. weekrnj visitors! of Mr, and NO. 1 NO. 2
Mrs. Cora Marshburn.. sell for 50ceiM. ,,1 'Tl e:;,ffiey stone Heights School! 81l.Y'.the spec were Mrs. Eirl Voyles and daughter -
aw. really biting all last week
The: Juniors\ are also aelhrigMelrose
: 'bund will also march in theparade. .
Is Mrs.Vovles'
Peggy.: Mr. Beasley
I Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Mutaags, sweatshirt j Around 3.000: specs were
Rlbibans:: will be given Drive1nSI101V
3Oi
[parroU, of the \(First Baptist These al(1$iU,$ell fox $2..oo for; this\ three prizewinningftoaUii < ,, ; oiwrht, on brush!;: piles during Mrs. John brother.Shaughnessy Sr. f t MARRY"
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attending the I last
Church week. Everyone was
are .
[ each. Anyone.-interested ii)> ..OR
will be I
: Floats d.19pdaYf,
home from the hospital
came
'
I Baptist them. She said "the .
Florida State Southern either. of |dM>!s tt Uepoa can Bl U- winders announced I)! dur- catching DIEI
and ; Friday. :;
I Convention In Sarasota. larger ones seemed to( be bit
p'y' contac4.pmember, of the ''ifug lh4Ufr44Juae, at the same Uncle Alfred Hudson Is BEGINS AT SUNDOWN
; ,
Mrs.. Ethel Moody, sister of junior c'ass ftod will be Ing later Vn the ,day.* Mr. and ... _
they, yh:' 1>shliUht of the h&U- down again and we will lie ADMISSION: Adults 73c. Students 60e /n.. ,.'.. -. ,
Irs. A. O. Loudbn suffered a happy to !see tha..ik:you. get, tlm activities will be theciiQwnmg Mrs. C. A. Buln4rer were fishing again. Since there U Children Under 12 Free SAIL6 'a
ROHIIUS
dawn In their cabin fromT'jesJiy
fall last week and underwent them : L y ,sNOTJlsrA1Z1NA1'al'f74E
| of the HomecomingQue ,
s> no more news. I'll leave It "
surgery for a hip fracture. at The Melrose Mustangs\ lost ij, ,M.IsII, Marlene ,Odom : to 200 Saturday, ani: with you all. If you have any .....U., SAT., SUN. NOVEMBER:\ 17, 18, 19 111E ffU '
I Putnam. Memorial Hospital In their took homffl" specs. Betty's BnID1S! :
bill OF
atog .secon* place has been Chosen queen. Her spare: time get out there and
Pal<k. tie Friday night a..: they lost atte..will. be Miss Judy )parents, ,Mr.. and >\ ?. H A.H)1'broolt hook Into( some of those nice. Double Feature Program
Mrs. John Hlmble Is still a dose game (o- the BrpnspnKatfltvt. :SapP IMil grade attendant: : ) pf Plant City came specs. You don't know what,I JtwtmuCOLOR \ y wr nlrtnAIS15

J undergoing treatment and examination Melroee., lied through I V'Marla: Yarborough llthendant up for the 80.Mr weekend andcaught fun, Is, If you haven't caughta NO. 1 NO. 2 ._........._. c
at Bradford County out the tffst 'feaJk ;Bi .gtvydg' A : and, Miss Helen( Walker of Jacksonville big ole) spec." so., until next r:
Hospital in Stru-ke, following pulled. a :piead.lty: theIJ Ida Gha:: Mathews, 10th (i grade !! was visiting: her sister week, here's'' LeeonP. PUPJCil I7.TT

and brother-ln-da.w. Mr S. For those who don't w -.-

and (Mrs. D W. Carpenter over remember.While Chester he Is my Siamese M0Tc uI IF SUN., MON. TUBS. NOVEMBER\ 19, 20, 21They're
cat. was younghe
iI the weekend. The Carpenterswere
:
had pneumonias, a broken
flPhtnif at St. AUiustJ.neBe'h
leg and many, other troubles f C;
: Fiilftay!\ and Saturday. blasls the
LEEON'S CORNER young .they're in love
NOVEMBER Mrs. Thurman Hutson and
daughter, Morgtrct/ and Mrs. "Chester" ...and they kill people.
part two} !
screen
B-b Heretic of Chattanooga
Tenn., were weekend guests 'Of If you'll step and think, iw' 4
J. Orollck About eight months ago.
Mr. and Mrs. W. :
M s. H"/son 4s spending this, You'll recall a poem 'bout:
Chester :
weak with thorn. I ItraI11Ca011ECNNtSttiYE1tiU1111D11tg1iWED. )
r Boswel And how he struggled so- 9
Mr ant Mrs. Andy
are in and out of their home But my, how he has grown.lie's F TP
smooth and slick as a '
since they!!' returned from the
mountains, and are hard to fox.
catch. We finally caught up In fact he's grown so big ., TIIUUS. NOVEMBER 22, 23 -
with them long enough to Th"t his nick-name now Is
CALVERT'S EXTRA find out where they've been. "Ox", Double Feature Program 'teenwLN elll Nwaaan l N+rwAlloxn alwweal aa
November 10th was his birthday TlCMNICOLORROM WANNCN\1109.-S VLtN sate W
The Boowells, and Col. and

496OR not Mrs.over Hancock on the of West Lake Coast Win Now he. Is one year old. ,t 1 ,t..1 I I I I IQ Ia WED., THUKS., FRI., SAT. NOV. 22, 23, 2t, ''25
And he's well, except for sniffles -
around Pensacola visiting
EARLY TIMES r rtT'r9'
friends and sightseeing. She
said the benches there were When the weather's real coJd. A WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS/ I

benutlful. They left Tuesday. He likes to pray! with Missy, A METRO-GOLDWYN N1Ai I
And throws his weight a-r Pne9I
(
to Lake Okeechobee to
going .
'
3 FOR: 12.99 visit Andy's! brother and fam- round. CARlO PONTI PRODUCTION
ily. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bos- And, that's really quite a lot.. DAVID LEAN'S FILM I''
he eleven PLUS s
Cause weighs -
well and to do some fishing :; J...
OF PASTERNAKSDOCTOR
there, to pounds. BORIS
From they plan goon

DANCE TO LIVE MUSIC brother to Miami anil:! ,family to visit, Mr.another and And But If Chester he grow Is still much growing more. THE BISINI BUNNIES '":/. )P\:\ : .:. .

We'll have. to grease his sides. AREBUSTIN'OUT! 1..p
Mrs. Malcolm Russo till
WED., FRI., SAT. NITES I II Thanksgiving: The Boswelli And pull 'him through the ,THAN,AMtMCAN, Little. -"- ZI-liVAGO )'.
I door. TOMMYWAILEYeNKIRK J .
are really taking advantage\ of f DEBORAH a
I retirement and doing all the We ,had a little party f t IN PANAVISION AND METROCOLOR t i
.tt
wantedto Granny, fixed ole "Ox" a .
things: they've always 1.
Bobby's HideawayWALDO i do. plate. ..COLOR SCOPE 6-
Mr. and Mrs. Art; Wheelerwere And I wish you could have .
In Jacksonville, and attended !seen! --- -

that. wild and wooly All the grits and eggs he ate. .. ..
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LIQUORSOne Now Chester Is really something -
ball game'! between Florida
and Georgia, Saturday. .
and Mrs. Dick Hllllard This ole Tom Cat of mine. I
Mr.
North of Waldo U.S. 301 Phone 468.9913
Mile ,
were In Qultman, Oa. from And I wish that I could keep

Sunday. till Thursday! visiting him. .
her mother. Mrs. Sweat. Mr. Until the end of time.- ,

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A Thanksgiving Commun-
tv Service will be held at the '
First Baptist Church at 7:30: ; .S 11

P m. Wednesday Nov. 22. WEST .
This la sponsored by all denominations -
and the public 13 _

invited.On .

First Baptist Wednesday Church nlrfht in Law-the cash & carry at WEST

tey held a Fellowshto Dinner\
fol'owed by the installation of
officers with Rev. Joe Over- I [ BUILDING

Only $$1 09 hea charge.of Green Cove SpringsIn

Grace Methodist Church: [ MATERIALS'

INCLUDING HANDSOME: CARRYING CASE Sunday' School. 0:45: a. m. DeonifeDecotife
Worship 11 a. )n. and 8.p. m.
I. WCS!! met at the home of 1I

., Mrs George Roberta Tuesday 1 f
night of last week with the IrrSn' '
For this .. I rl r p"->aMent. Mrs. R. E. Lee, in I 1 I Ii S'Tiael'ltAUttIa? l'' .
lr charge. Mrs. Roberts presented f
''I the program with others t'
WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC '
taking part.
I I First Baptist: Sunday School 1 '
ADDING MACHINE I 9:45: a. m. Worship, 11 a. m. INTERIOR 01! EXTERIOR
and 7 p. m. Training Union ONr C OarLATIa/4f
I 8 p. m. Prayer Service, Friday
r. e. a. dr 7:30: p. m.Highland..
Adds
I e r r I Baptist: Sunday t, LATEX HOUSE PAINT
I 'School 9:45: a. m., Worship
Subtracts
,
p. I U} a. m., anji' 7:30: p. m., Choir
: practice 6:30: p. m.. Prayer
Multiplies Services Wednesday. 7:30: () p. m $29
J I We regret to note that Mrs. GL"\lU.TttFULL; ; LJ6tA LrW( '
j
Credit Balance Effie Miner Is again confinedIn U
I Bradford County Ho pjtal r TO COVER; GALLON relc Mouse rNNr "

I She appreciates the prayers
and thoughts of friends. 1\0: O>F. CO.IT h I Ir

TOTALS TO 999,999.99 11 I I Miss Elizabeth Terry spent
tit vw ,t ,-
from Tuesday to Saturday of

last week in OalnesvUle with ,,
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her sister, Mrs. C. E. Strict r .' .>, >> ,.,/ d"r J ;,. _:.;,": "j,(", :.a ;
At Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine With The land who underwent major '

Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of- AHeavyweight I i pital.surgery We In are a. Gainesville pleased to hos say IM1Ti\f :: with FIBEIUiLAS) (I \'I.A".O.H'.n"9Nilw: $36:1'.: LOCATIONS S IN 10 STATES

Machine. that Mrs. Strickland Is reported INCLUDING,., 1 14 IN GEORGIA .
I recovering satisfactorily DNI..1/.OI. NV.r.\i4.B, ; ".. .,_.....M/N..an..r .
now ICIC SIX PANEL '( l":COUI 'I'On

APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL Mrs.( Llnnle OUchrlst: of COLO.MAL DOORar 'DI, il scat aI Meio 3330 N. WALDO RD. :

10 KEY OPERATORS INCLUDING CPA'S Brunswick,;Oa. Is visiting her U[] [] J ;&:. :... 376-2604 .
.PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS sister, Mrs. Mae Well: tails! : *... ____ PHONE
week.Miss f $1139 1 Gainesville, Fla.
Mary Ann Motes of !163J =

Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much! Cocoa. was a weekend visitor [J [J 'f.Y r 01LY.. .
I of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S'. ..." 1175'e"a4'a" .ST
I pmnk Well, and her grandr : ..1''. s.
SEEING IS BELISVING mother Mrs. Effie Miner In

the hospital. The Wells are
to to be near Mrs. Miner, /
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH while she Is Ill. A j ;

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n.n'Rm Ti'iiTRSnAV.! NOV. 19.NOTICE 1961
BTAIIIOB.
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pany. Inca a. corporation Plaintiff umber IT, 1907 otherwise ajudgment (SEAL)
please be present and on ;
supplying for anyone as needed time. Badness! of vital importance Community Services vs, Calvin W. Goodman may be entered. Charles.. A. Darby I the way: veil write.. Com to

Colored Citizens Sister Alma B. For Thanksgiving I I Defendant.NOTICPj OK" SUIT against you In the for the complaint.relief demanded of- Clerk Circuit. Court and select your rt. rttTEBBBOOK ES- .
}7ev. Luther A.. McQee sub- Rev. Luther A. McOee Bacon. W. M.RECREATION. 22 To. : .Calvin ". Goodman petition. By Beulah M. Moody Deputy fountain pna.
I Set November Rfxlilono unki .
mitt' his resignation as pastor 4717 Cambridge Rd. Witness hand and the Clerk.
NewsSCIIOOL NEWS You are hereby" notified' that my
or Laura Baptist, Church. Iam Jacksonville! Fla. I 1 I 1 an action to foreclose. na-reement .neal of Maid Court on October 11st 11/28 TELEGRAPH.
available for pastor of Phone 387-7096 Itp, The Reno Recreation Center I The annual Community for Deed encumbering the tol- 20, 1067. I I ,
Is In Its new location Thanksgiving service. sponsored lowlngdescribed property toBradford
...... ...... Jenkins Elementary School the Starke Ministerial -,I County Florida:
NEWS by Th. NH Quarter. of the 81!)
Students making the Honor on the corner of Pine and Alliance will. be held this Quarter of the NW Quarter of 1 Time to make Your Home \
Roll Florida Streets. All activities year at the First Christian .H. otlon 16. Towmhlp a south!: ,
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will ba In the new location. n..nlr" 13 East. :
list Sharon Church. ( DRAFT-FREt
Principal's : dan been filed against you and
I i : Clark Alice Turner and Anthony There will be no night: actlvi Rev. L. S. Williams Pastor :you are. required to Nerve a! .
DeSue. ties until lights ore Installed.The I. of, ,the Church of God, will copy of your written defenses
If any to It on Kata *.
7th Grade: Daisy Davis center hours will be the be the principal speaker withother attorney for. plaintiff whanoadilmni Katz
Carol Hunt Carnell Williams same except Friday: and. Saturday Pastors: who are participants U 331 Burnt PorsythHtr
Livon Bass, Melvin Byrd Pol- nttrhts.!: Watch. the. pa- I In the Alliance assist 82208!: ..f>,t and Jacknonvlla file the, Florida

ly Ann Reid and Willie per for announcements of with the, nl.rk nr ...'original-> >,Q ai4""' L .C
Strong. night activities. ing.The service will be held on I styled Court on or before NOT an. 1 )_

a 8th Grade: Jeanette Aldrline The Bradford.:! Hawks and Wednesday Nov. 22. at 7:30: r 4 I I
Sa : Veima Mitchell Shirley Reno Recreation !baseball I p. m. This will be the second -
Pete Betsy Jackson. Dora Frazier team will play their annual .,year-: -that the service has been GOING
Deborah J. Givens Sharon /game against the RJS Varsity, on Wednesday evening instead.:
4 Hankerson Russell Mc- an/1.! Junior /Varsity Tuesday of .Thursday morning which
a Crary end Gloria Williams.9th night, Nov. 16, at 7:30: in the t Is the traditional time. In the HUNTING? -
y. Y3aK Grade: Jacob Davis RJE gym All sports rana' are! hope of encouraging a greater
PaJela] Davis Sandra Williams\ Invited to attend and see the attendance.
w Mary Ann Bass Legertha 1967-68 edition of the >team. Mr. William George choir New SUM
OriMln. Barbara. Hudson. We are looking for your sup director at. the First Baptist Warm "CO"
Minnie Garner Shirley Johnson port. Church. Is In charge of ,the Insurancefrovldea

Vera Marks and Emma ---- --. muato. for the service and extracoverage
% Reid. would like to have choir members for
f
t1bfwt// : 10th Grade: Henry Frank- .JV ( from all participating personalInjuries
lin and Hazel King.Hth I ] churches'Join In a community MM ) and

Grade': : Sandra Williams. choir. There will be a special, ..equipment..mingedtiutantly. : u.n rASN
Refreshing the Nation's EconomyWhat Gloria. Hutchinson rehearsal at the First Chris See tNCYY t}lueawdet.'
MazeUa Durban Donnie Jack- tian Church on SundaY. Nov. me Nbefore 'ti ,
ia the brewing industry worth to the American son. Esther Barber Juanita: H 19 at 3 p. m. for the purposeof you go IN/V.aNit isgYS 2raad46 width
economy? Reckon it in billions. Here are some of our Griffin and Cynthia Wllimnw. rehearsing the music to be Clear
annual outlays, in round numbers: 12th Grade: Nellie Davis used In the service. The re- the; Cr tat
Excise taxes (federal, state, local).. ..$1.4 Billion Clara Hamilton, Clara Hen- .: hearsal will be brief and choir woo 1 it
Agricultural purchases (!grains, etc.).$215 Million drlet/h./ Audrey< Griffin. Linda members are urged to be Shatte proof FledGlas3toCovor II, '
Packaging purchaseswood K. Dlnklns.. Charles E Williams prompt. MERRITTWILLIAMS m* I ', i Iri .P"
metal .... .$550 Million vJS Ws ail Your inclows.Doors.Porches', '
( paper, ) .II' Shirley Brown Ralph .'t'r I ) ,, ,
Salaries and wages. ..... .. ..... ,$2.5 Billion Byrd Cynthia Clark Ora L. I '
ON THESE FOUR ITEMS ALONE-MORE THAN $4 BILLIONThe White. and Jessie Williams. I. Tli. Canmtr J.J.*'e CeanIV.a'hnld. Court. 647#Ii't ndBreezewgys't cuT"imi'''
In And' For Bradford
NOTICE! 117 N. saadlPcK
Breweries America Pump Constant Refreshmentinto of C. E. Boe-. th onijl astir r e jb
Dell Chapter 168 will holda In Ke: Estate s WalnutPb. / 4EX-O-GLA S
.
the American Economic/ System. decker, also known as Charles
regular! meeting tonight E. Boedecker.. D.oa."d.FINAL dow"material thGUARANTEE. c ries a XPeltc
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. @I [Thursday] at a p. m. In the NOTICE 964-5391 2 Y A Look for the avtaR stReaNs
FLORIDA Notice Is Hereby Given that .
P.O. BOX 273 WINTER PARK Masonic Hall Brownlee St. '
: on
the firstday /
GRADUATE the undersigned on I. name 0GL1S5y'ti the edge.
L -4 All members are asked of September 1B67 filed a
final accounting in the. Estate ea.
toJ Lane daughter aely
Zephanlah
T. of C.' K. Boed..ck.r, also knownas IfATI JAR* run AND CASUALTY COMPANY
of Mr. and Mrs WIUlan Lane, Charles E. Boedecker. deceased HOME:OFFICE;:: N.OOMINSTON.& IUINOI3 cook For Genuine FLEX-0-GLASS At Your Local Hdwr. or Lmbr. Dealer]
.
: 1 Is a recent graduate of Lincoln and notice In furthergiven
.I Business College In Jack- this notice that after ones each publication. week for of I I
I sonville. She Is a 1966 graduate four consecutive weeks application .
I of RJE High School and will he made. to the
LIQUOR SALE Honorable. There A. Yawn !
entered Lincoln on June 21, County: Judge. of Bradford I
1966. While attending Lincoln County Florida for the. approval '
1 I of sall accounting and for
she participated In all achool
the final dlnchurice of the underslineil Now
activities such as nursing for as Admlnlntratrtx, of Showing. .
Reg. Our Miss L. B. C. and Miss Golden said Htate. .
Clara C. Caret''
Price Price Girl. She also worked as receptionist A. Administratrix of the Estateof .

Ancient Age _________._______,____ ___-__-$5.49 4.89 from Jan. 1967 until C.Charles.E. Boedeoker Boedecker, also known, de
E.
as
1967. Her
10 course
Culvert Extra _____________________________ 5.25 4.59 Nov, ceased. LARGEST STOCK OF
of study was IBM Key Punch/ : 4t 1121I.
Seagram 7 Crown __________________________ 5.25 4.69 I Golden Olrl! Business English '-11/3

Bourbon Deluxe ______________________-___ 4.85 4.49 I Typing, and Adding Machines. Tk* Circuit Court, !. Aid

I Kentucky I>eau ____________________________ 4.79 3.89 SERVICEMAN Per.e Bradford No. tat CoumtT, Florida.Cn .

t I. VV. Harper ______________________________ 6.35 5.39 Sp4| Paul H. Tyson lett ,United,; States. !\Finance Com.a .

: P. M. Deluxe _____________________ _________ 3.89 3.49 Tuesday to return to Germany I TYPEWRITERSEVER

Gilbys Vodka -.___________________________ 4.69 3.69 where he .was .stationed V

Relska Vodka ?_ ____-_______________ _____ 4,69 3.69 i with, his after. family. spending and 45 friends.'days STARKE

Calvert Gin ?___ _..__________________ _______ 4.40 3.99 He will be gone for 18 months.

Many Other National Brands at Discount Prices I! CHURCH The First NEWS Born Church of BU.NESSDIRECTORY. IN STARKE


These Prices Good Through Saturday, Nov. 18, 1967 the Living following God presentations will presentthe : .

The BSA Singers of .
Gospel .
I "'- ,
J Jacksonville-. Saturday: ,
Nov. 18 at 8 p. m. Rev. Young - I

Inc. and. his congregation will ren- AUTO REPAIRS
Stallings Corner der services at 3 p. m. Sun-I

day Nov. 19. On November 26 Earl's' Standards
the Howard Memorial Young Garage$
Adult Choir of JackaonvUto VAL .KINDS OFAUTO I

will appear Everyone I la inVited REPAIR.WORK xk NEW AND
to attend. I til Work Guaranteed: ; :
Pleasant Grove Methodist! Phone 4-7005 USED

Church Rev. H. P.- :Hudson So. Walnut starke

pastor. Church School. 10 a. -sr MANUAL OR
m. Morning Worship 11. Afternoon AUTO SERVICE

"See I knew I I 1 Service, 4 p. m. All ELECTRICPortables
just
members and friends Invitedto Gilbert S. Brown V
3
"' there gimmick. attend. "- 1 'V
was a
\ Greater Allen Chapel VANE Standard Oil 'Service Station

Church. Rev. L. .Sampson ATLAS
in it"
44fII pastor. Sunday School will be TIKES &: BATTERIES -
the only service this Sunday Budget Term*-Road Service ,;. V MANUAL OR

since Rev. Sampson will be In Phone 964.7071 ...y, V
a ELECTRIC
Conference In Jacksonville All 407 N. 'Temple Start
members are Invited to attend
I Rev. Sampson will be

.. glad to see each of yru it the HURST'SSII
Conference. SP
>; LL
CARD OF THANKS

,a'We wish to thank the many Service Station l ---1"
friends for their kind expressions .
Gas > OU LubricationGoodyear
In cards and beautiful I ;,
'u tV'V
.,. ,. TIre. A Batteries ,
flowers. Our special thanks. to
.
,
II ROAD SERVICE :
.. j Drs. Felos and R1tch; The 801 and 100 8tark "- _V V'V: ;
family the ]late Rev. Damon V 'ft V

oOrDdia. Dell. METAL: WORK
%

THE RIGHT POINT for the THOMPSONSheet I

-- way you write. Come In Metal WorksAll .' (',. '
r < -
and select jour favorite ES- '
TERBROOK fountain pen. Types Metal\ Work.-

Heat & Air Cond. 4.
.
\ Adjustable Vinyl Boo. Systems' InstalledRd.
,:r
L Covers AU Sloes 30 4:
cents ra. 16E., -,Pl1..p64-b723
at 'The Telegraph..

: ', .-.. I Used l Standards From
Royal $$65
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1 "*p.* *%., them I IMMEDIATELY I Used Royal Electrics $$150
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I t ,r ,f WI ;., When electricity! does the Job the latest Is built right In.Whatever you call : -

'. *> gimmicks advances Improvements achievements.
S
It Is In dedicated the chores of life. W $25 TO $600 GOOD SERVICEABLE MACHINES -
t _,, ':' That's the way this Industry to reducing
t t "'!'+.! Particularly so with modern FLAMELESS ELECTRIC RANGES.

,-' >r'' *.... v Self timing cooking.. Absolute cleanliness. Freedom from worrisome flames. DO YOU HAVE. New Portables 49.95 Smith Corona Elec. Portablesup
.: And the comfort of a cooler kitchen.
From 149.50
.e/ There are too many worthwhile things that can be done Too many payments to make

: (that should done)with the time previously spent in supervising pots. -Too many bills to .pay L".?," Used Hand Adder 55.00 Bohn Mimeograph Machines
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e. I scrubbing stoves and general discomfort. Used Elec. Adder 75.00 and Duplicators

The world's not standing still...and electricity Is setting the helpful DO YOU NEED.

.. right where it counts.In own home.Complete with ''
pace starting your
: > beautiful.colorful functional designs. EXTRA- CASH'- ,:NOW.? COME IN AND SEE OUR DISPLAY
i
: : .; A NEW ELECTRIC RANGE Is not something get. .
u' v you .
LET US HELP YOU' Wlm)' YOUR '-'
: .0- V.- 'ev.ry six months.So choose carefully end choose for the years ahead MONEY PROBLEMS A Price And/ Style To Suit Every Taste

: Your electric appliance dealer..can be a great aid.Stop In.Talk it over.

r Now may be the time to move up. We Are Trained To Help! .. ALSO TYPEWRITERS & ADDING MACHINES TO RENT

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Open Wednesday Afternoons Until .5 P.M:, Starting:

-: ,'"" .,oF THERE'S FLAMELESS NO MATCH ELECTRIC FOR Wednesday, Nor. .22 Thru'' Wednesday, Dec. 13 I I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHPHONE

., ..., '.'cheaper, tool '
3-1\- ,. .-T. Town Finance Co. I 964-6305

atlases tee I. issue eeaesus
.If'. : :'1 NI6I/N1 ."... ,aeaOAF 228 N. Temple ph.. '964.7449S j I -


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