Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven ,


H. Firm -'-_.. MoonshineRaid of fLA. HISTORY -

CancelsHunters' ., Nets HEW Turns Down

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.:... 275-galIon capacity
Insurance ; New School Plan

eI'a moonshine Tuesday still night was following destroyed ;

By Norma Morgan a raid by the Brad..

Keystone Heights city officialslast ford County Sheriff's De-
week received notification
of cancellation, from a New partment in cooperationwith

Hampshire Insurance company, state and federal of Hearing Set Nov. 7

of the $300,000 poUcy obtained liability by insurance theSportsmen's ficers.A .

Starke residentwas
Club earlier this '
arrested at the still site in
month: to fulfill the hunt club'slease ,
obligations to the city for a wooded area behind a field

use of Keyctone:: Airport acreage about 3V4 miles west of Staike Monday EndsAbsentee
Involved: in recent disputes on Brownlee Road, He was Board Will Meet
later released on $3,000 bond.
among Keystone': council mem-
c A co-operator of the still, 21-
bers with tM club. .... VoleApplications
-- --- ---- -- years-of-age and alas: from
The policy cancellation notice To CourseThe
of photo Starke not at the still at
sent to the City of Keystone This was the scene on South Temple Avenue ,
The car pulled onto the four-lane Temple the time of the raid but was
Heights and to Don Morgan, (US-301) last Friday afternoon when this semi- t;
Avenue Into thpath! of the semi, causing a arrested early Wednesday
president of Keystone HelahtaSportmen's tractor and trailer collided with the 1967 Ford Department of Health, Education and Welfare
at his home. Bond
Club, lists effective collision that blocked two lanes of the main night was
which can barely be seen ..t the extreme left set at 1500. has termed unacceptable the plan for an "educational
date of cancellation 12:01: a.m. thoroughfare for about an hour.
The second man had left the park" by 1969-70 submitted by Bradford County Schocl
Oct. 28, 1968 "unless sooner
terminated." The letter was still site to purchase supplies, With the general election! less System, thus ending the hopes of., school officials that

dated October 10. Semi-Truck Car CollideOn according to Deputy Robert Neva than two weeks away, Mrs. the hassel with HEW could be solved without a journey
who with Flynn, supervisor of elections
Green, along Deputy
To date Keystone city council Glen M'>ore represented the points: out that S p.m. to Washington, D. C, for a hearing,
!had received commitmentfrom
no Bradford Sheriff's office the Monday, Nov. 4, Is the dead theme! of a
ii Such the
the hunt club whether or South Temple was ,PI'ogr'ls anticipated, it has not
not they would accept or rejecta Ave. raid. Also participating wei" line for applying for absentee I(telephone conversation between ,completely< eliminated the dual

revised leasa passed by council Neal Cl'.'st, state beverage ballots.. ]Dr. Lloyd Henderson of HEW school, I system

October 8, which rims approximatelY Two State Department of agent, and Stcney Daw, U. S. Eligible persons (those who and Bradford School Superintendent "Under these circumstances
were' Injured treasury. are registered) may request | Tom Casey on Tuesday i .
1,500 acres from Agriculture employees It Is your responsibility to pie
when Names of the defendants were absentee ballots in person or: The hearing has been
lands previously used for hunt Friday Oct. 18, morning. pare and sumblt an adequate:
ing. their car and a semitractorand withheld at the request of Daw, through the mall. {set for 10 a.m. Nov 7 in Washington plan,,, to completely eliminate:

Don Morgan, president of the trailer collided at the intersection the U. S. treasury agent The supervisor Is predicting with James C. Goodwin, :the-! dual school system by the

club, has called a directors of Walnut and US-301 M M Seized In the raid were about that a record break'ng: 200 or
meeting for next week. Morgan, (Temple Ave.) 30 gallons of moomMne!! and cne more will apply for absentee Casey :said that he would calla yen, unless: there are admlnl
Strickland. 50 vehicle, a 1963 Dodge Dart Ds- ballots. In the 1964 election 1B4 board meeting as iota as he
who was on a hunting trip In James B. trative; reasons why It cannot
; etroyed at the ails were some persons applied; so far lOfi; received official notification of.( "
Idaho when the new lease was Gainesville\ driver of the car, bf accomplished until l9-70.
brought before the council savs and Chalmus Jones, 48, Ocala. lf 200 gallons of mash and the persons 1968 have applied for the HEW's position, probably The Board did not answer the
the club does not wish to act were treated and' released from Y till apparatus Thursday or Friday P'eb 8 letter and nothing furth
In haste on its decision. the Bradford County Hospital! w Mrs. Flynn also points flllt> What are you going: to do (:i' was said about:: the: situation
that there has been change In
City councilmen James Cook, according to the Starke Police a now. Casey was asked "I I until: the!: School Board me'tlnif

Ray Winans and Charles Dono- Department Both had head In. The car wan pushed almost !50) feet all the way across Temple Sheriff Reddish regard the to write-in voting Ii< don't" know" hE replied. I think on Ji'.ie: 4. At that tame Casey.

hoe, airport committee chairman Juries. Avenue, over the curb and onto a vacant lot at the Inttrwctloit Enters HospitalFor past be, written any person's in for any nainrcould of the board is .going" to have U told the Board that he had
. have maintained! through. The car, a 1967 Ford ownedby decide what to. do. been receiving phone calls from:
of Temple Avenue and Walnut Street. Captain Bill Chambers Inspects flee. Taking! advantage of thlt
Bradford County'splan >
Time Asked why
entering Third total In
out the controversy that the Strickland, was federal officials urging
hunt club has been operating: US-301 from Walnut Street at the car which was a total loss; Its two occupants were treated vcters wrote in a variety of Is unacceptable, Casey said tergatlon of Bradford: County'

now 15 months, without any the intersectlcn of the two for head Injuries at the Bradford County Hospital !Sheriff P. D. Reddish returned names in the 1964 election ranging that it appeared: that RJE and, School! System.

lease because (U 1 the club had streets, according to Police aged, Chambers! said, and another : to St. Lukes Hospital Jack- from people who were ap Anderson (Hn Lawteyi.. which] At that! Board meeting Carry:

not until October 8 this! year Capt. Bill Chambers. Traveling, tractor pulled It north Court Tuesday night sonville Friday, Oct 18, suffering .parently relatives, to local physicians would probably remain all, said that hs! standard reply t'

obtained sufficient liability Insurance north the truck and, trailer, a with its load of cucumbers and Capt. Chambers said the two complications from sur- to George Wallace LI, black under the board's plan the HEW officials' was that tv!
International driven by men in the Ford reported wait- which he underwent on Dr. 'Martin Luther King caused the plan to be labeled submitted '
: to meet city j-equlre- 1963 potatoes from Plant City gery board: had a pI a 1F'eedomofCholce -
Ing at the Intersecttcn for two Under the new law, on :
ments and (21> the orglnal lease Oliver Wendell Holmes 28, Holmes, driver of the semi, Sept. 2.This unacceptable < and that
hat never been signed by council Plant City, struck'the car in its! saw the approaching car. approaching! cars from the is the third trip to St.Luke's the ballot for write-ins will tl6 l "We had been working cm the plan was working,

members or ''documented: ? ." left '.lde. In the,outetde lane of.. Chambers.Aid, and swerved to.' north. They had apparently for the sheriff in the left only In those areas whom the premise that neighborhood On June 4. the Board voted
The three, who drew up the US-301. the left In an attempt to avoid "looked to th1!- !left? in'thfr tlrec-* last few .months. He has twice candidates have qualified. This schools are helpful to the chit to answer the Feb. 8 letter stating

new lease restricting the use of The car was pushed in frontof the collision! and nearly turned tlon of the semi was coming undergone surgery for the removal year only two persons have dren and to the community'."' that it believed Bradford.
from looked to the qualified, Ernest B. Sibert and "
right the said. "p-
the truck across the four- of kidney stones. superintendent Countv is in compliance: with!
high it
powered rifles have expressed the big truck. over when
and waited for the two cars enteredSt. John Spooner: and both arc! parently this is not acceptableto '
disapproval! of what laned street, up over the sidewalk The second time he the 64 Civil Rights Act, and
they have termed misuse of the and across a vacant lot Jack-knifed.Strickland was charged by But Chambers said a period of Luke's was Aug. 19 aid! he running for the V, S. Senate HEW I don't think they asking for more specific: hiformation

for a distance of about 50 feet. time apparently elapsed] before was not released until Sept 21, Mrs. Flynn stressed that them agree with us on the concept on HEW's objections to
(Continued an Page Four) Police estimated the car was a city police with failure to yield the men looked back at the His office reports that he is would not be space for other of small neighborhood schools; the local F-C plan.

to the the right-of-way! and causing an semi, which they reported see- In room 273 write-ins and: that no other In response to further. tjue-i- On June: '19 two; HEW off.clah!
total loss and damages Ing from the corner of their names would be counted. tlons, Casey said he would ""pre
68 Tax Bills tracto- of the! trailer rig at 2. accident. H e was fined $650 came to Staike to talk with
it .
000. The trailer was not dam. court costs H Starke Mayor's eyes as approached. fer not to delve into! It further- Casey and the School! : Board
until the Board has a chanceto The 2'a' hour mef'tlnll'ad to an:

review the !situation" lie impasse with Bradford: School:

Mailed FridayThe In North Florida also commented that lie had officials taking the position! : that

been advised by the Board'sattorney the F-C plan was working: and

"to keep remarks to a Ue HEW officials! saying fiat!
IOCS tax statements (showing minimum" He said that he
Game ai long as there remain: schoolsin : :
about half mill increase) BHS-Brave had nothing to hide but that re the county: which are attended .

were mailed cut Friday by Tax felt he shouldn't go Into it too only: by Negroes a dual

Collector J. R, Kelly. deeply beca use of the legal situ school system Is being maintained
Total county mlllage for 1968 ation engendered, by the approaching
and the county: is not In u
Is 17.478 mills: total millagefor !hearing/ compliance with t fie law

1967 WAS 1H.948 mills The Tabbed Top BattleThe Board Attorney George Pierce On June 21 Casey wrote the

incieise is due ta: t t'.ie! fact that explained 'that he doesn't like Atlanta office of HEW requesting -

the: Schcol Board raised: its mill- 1r the other! party to know what Inn:1Ig: t the specific

age by .532 mill making a total Starke-Palatka grid tilt will run all over them because sprained an ankle, will play a his legal tactics will be. areas in which Bradford County: (

school: milluve of 108. slated tcnurrow in the Braves they (Palatka!!: ) have a good lot Morgan strained the ankle Asked what he plans to do is not in compliance.

The cot'rty nilllace remainsthe hornet-own is expected to fur- football team." against Boll's and was replacedby and what he thinks,the outcome In a July 11 l litter HEW'j regional

same with 3.279 mills for the nish North Florida with the The defense Hurse Is counting Blackshear':: who drew praise will be Pierce said: I can't : office! In: Atlanta said

general funds: 1 1.flO(; for fine and week's big high school football on tomorrow night will have for his play. ever tell what! a judge Is going that "B.-adfard's compliancefile" !

foi-feitute: 1.140 for road and game. Don Elder and Tom Marks at Deep men and cornsrbacks to do. I'd like to say that was being referred to

'bUdge Pond .569 for public: Both teams are undefeated the ends: with Allan Crawforddue will be Bill' Belote Bill Adams, they're going to uphold our HEW's W8! lnglon. D. C. office

health! making a total of 6,678 Palatka is 4-0-1 and Bradford to see much action thers.: Gene Melvin, and Ronnie Sure To Set modified plan. f Just don't to start: proceedings toward

mills for the county High is 4-0 to date. The con. Tackles will bs Tex Patrick and Grlggs. The corps :did not allow Be know what to say about what .(Continued on Pac! Foul)

Persons who pay their: taxes test ,will also te: an importantone : Charles Smith with Bill BubY Bolles to complete a pass last Your Clock Back they're going: / to do,

:before March 1 will receive discounts in the Florida: Star Conference also due to see action there. week: they have Intercepted 12 "All I'm going to do I Is argue: \

bglnnin:! at four per race The Florida Star Baby took Smith's place after a passes In the: last the games. One Hour our case 'to them and presentthe Clothing Firm

cent in November and going loop has produced; three Cass A hamstring pull early in the .Belote returned a Live Oak pass Sunday Night facts and hope that they

to one per cent in Febuary.: state Ichampions, Bradford Bolles game and did: a "fine which he flashed ip to line of will rule in our favor:'

These who have not paid by the High twice and Lake City once, Job" Coach Harss said scrimmage to take for a cru- October 27 The "modified plan" to which
end of March will have to paya an3! bath the Tlrnadoes: and Pa. Willie Cohens will be the mid. cial touchdown Pierce ferred was adopted by Begins

three per cent penalty pUs latka are considered among the dleguard. End Tim Murphy; out the last the Board on: Oct. 9. This plan
the cost <;f advertising. top teams in the conference this calls for an "educational
Linebackers starting will be three weeks with a sprained: ankle park Sewing machine are humming .
If you're a bit hazy about year. Ralph Morgan and Steve Craw see action at the tight and requires ;that beginning In '
how mills may at Stark: iRc'vritrles: Inc.after .
relate to dollars
remember Planning nothing especiallynew the school 1969-70 all
ford but Tommy Blackshsar, end spot of'snslvely: against Pa year a ore week delay.Ten .
that ore mill equals itfor for the most important grid county students In grades seven:
who :subbed for Morgan when he latka along with the regular C womsrt began !\\liir; (
every valuation. So 17.478 test to date this season, Head Patrick. through Junior college will attend
starter, Tex
Tuesday afternoon nut;! store
mills equal about $17.48 dollarsfor coach David Hurss and his Tornadces Crawford is also set to school in the educational
Alan will be iii.-U'd each tiny until
\every Sl.ooo valuation. have been working at park which now contains Bradford

Brocks Win go at strong side tackls if Char the prcrtuctisn! lies Is Jilt tip to
correcting mistakes made in les Smith's leg should falter.Crawford Public Still DividedOn Hig!a, the Vo-Tech Center, 45 employees!
the Bolles: and previous: games. that: chore and the Middle School. AU oth-
: took over Manager Gerald Tucker! explained
:HALLOWEENCARNIVALS In his effort to correct offensive Ford Trip against Bslles:! and drew praise Daylight Saving Timework er .students-of fie! county fromklndel'lartn the delay this wav-
miscues Hjrse Is eliminating through the sixth
his coaches
from "Wp had a little i'cblem1111:
for some the of Palatka the Tornado game: offense"Ws For Employees The Tornadoes!! will have everybody At 2 a.m. Sunday the nation 'til\ 10 I always see day- schools.grade will\ attend community the:: freight line." Tuesday niarn-

ready to play tomorrow will switch from daylight: time light coming and going" InK Tucker drove to Jacksonville : -
Lawtey, Hampton, will settle on fear or five basic Hjrse When toe plan was adopted
Brooker SchorlsSaturday 'plays." the Head Coach said Mr and MM. Arthur Brock. according to Coach to standard time and the time ="It's pot to good for people It appeared that an answer had and plckrd up part of th.
880 N Temple Ave, service who Tuesday: expectEd both In the east will be called EST who have children because it's been shipment of material which !had
Tuesday found
to end fie!
P. M. to be legal entanglements
manager and gan and Chares Smith Instead of EDT. still dark when they have to been stalled! there: em' ut: tram
"So far, Hurse admits, "th! bookkeeper at with HEW which
Oct. 26 Terwillegar ready The Biz Red! practiced It's a simple. matter of turnIng catch) the bus." the !garment crnpay's: :: Salisbivy -
defense returned .
has won for us. Werestill wellas begat: when: t lie Board received
yesterday from the minus pads Wednesday: as the big hand on the clock ="It's all right I enjoy It In : N, C.. plant.
Starke ElementaryThurs. pinning cur :hopes on thsde'ense. summer Feb 8 u letter from Dr Hen
," Harse says the Tor- Olympics In: Mexico City and a Thursday to avoid back one hour. Any small child the summer. I get off at 5 and derson stating the board "has The manager said that they
., CM. 31 weeks visit to Acapulco] further Injuries. could da It. cat still have time for a nice not are now studying other: arrangements \ .
nada defense
this Is as
: year far completely: eliminated the
1:30 to 3:30 Hurse Is high In his praiseof It mil far shipping. "We will
guests of the Simple as may seem, any fishing trip.
superior: to last yea-'s.: The Tornadoes Pord-Autolite! in dual school: system a* required:
Company > substltctes who stepped; mention of EST vs EDT bringsa -"I don't like it football change tucking! lines and weare
have 12 by the! Civil
Southslde School given LP: points, Rights Acts of
Excellent performance for numerous Injured: playersthis vociferous reply as this reporter games should start at night; 1-J64" going t} try to make better
to Live Oak, this year, shuttingcut sellingparts .
Thurs.. Oct. 31 and service year "Ws've had toys discovered at a coffee not when: it's still daylight. But connectlczs.: shipping! t'-9 material
Maccler.ny Holies, and St. over a six and do good Job, so That first letter further sta-
6toSP.N.FUN months period earned the step in a : break. the coaches don't like! changing directly from Salisbury ta
Augustine. ple the trip. cou- good, in fact that many times What do you think of day back. Football practice will ted: "After reviewing the Re- Jacksonville or Oalsnville: ," he
"It's hard! to get up high to They were flown:
win of
cculdn't port the Stu-
FOR ALL'This from Jacksonville, to Atlanta the inJured boy light time? Answers! came up have to start too late." Anticipated said.
play two ball
tough:! "
fuly hard to keep high games" Hurse-aw- Dallas Acapulco Mexico City his starting position back. and down and behind the counter Like It or not, the big hand dents and Staff assignments Tucker also sail that it will
for: the! 1967.68 school
repeated: Tuesday night, referring back to Acapulco and: home. The EHS coach cited examples : will have to ga back ai hour year \be longer than: originally: anticipated !
' back to 13-0 While! in Acapulco they stayed like Tom Marks who ='I like It because I like and you Jest as well da It before which your school system sub- before: a second production -
Space Contributed victory over for Allan Crawford at that hour In the afternoon to mitted last spring, the Department line (to employ another 45;
Holies last week. He also noted at the Pierre Marques Hotel, tock over when you go !sleep Saturday' .
Weekly to Publicize the hard fought! Live Oak Playa de Revolcadero. An In tackle and who now: aces much there's more light A person night Instead of waking up at i HEW i advised you that women) is put Into cperatijn.Timing : : .

Community Events by the Tornadoes won 18-12 game two teresting schedule of deep sea action Tommy Blackshear who who works 'til 6 can feel like 2 a.m And the "don't like its' your be school system appeared to cf the second line depends -

weeks ape aid! then lookedahead fishing, cruise of Acapulco Bay took over at linebacker and he's cheating the company should be heartened when they makiig adequate progressfor upon the progress: of the
The Is still playing! then: Bill (while remember the current school year toward first line, he: said.
CommunityState to Perry, uuiefjatsd: : to and shopping was provided In who being honest.) If you that they'll get an
date and which the Tornadoes Acapulco. Buby at tackle and Christy want to eat supper In: the yard, extra hour of sleep an: Saturday the complete elimination: The garment plant, locate! in
Bank the of. of t tie dual system the old bowling alloy SR 1INJ.
will meet Chandler who has kept there's time. night Of course they'll las an on -
Arrounts Now Insured "But this Nov.week 1,the boys don't Brock placed first out of 63 fensive guard: scat, held down "Well, this time we get an hour of sleep en the last Sun "We have recently reviewed Is mair.ifacturing: bays and

Up to have choice Ford dealerships the Florida by Steve Crawford before his extra hour to sleep J ," day In April 1969), when the ybur system's Fall 1967 Reportof menu cloth1.! ) and! is cwned by ,
$15,000 Nurse
by They any better be says and Georgia district Autollght ankle Injury. Crawford still -"I don't like it. It doesn't big. hand mo 'M forward an Its students and staff assign H. Roenstock and: Sens, Inc.
high or Palatka contest. ments and that
while the
help hour. report of New York
I at
starts on defense. me any. get up 7 aid
indicates your system made the


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Correction!IIn ELECT OFFICERS ,0-

Rhoden was elected
LOCIETY wEwrDarby its Oct. 17 Issue Starke, The Telegraph president of the Future Home- I Try TONY'S
: stated that Police makers of America at a meetIng -
Chief: Bobby Biggs: said it was held in the Horns Economics
:his decision ID Ja a youth, who Department of BH3. under the S Spaghetti
P\-ek of Lake elt)' visIted \ :Misses Bonnie LQu Oraudon Biggs said was the son of a direction of Mrs. Bison and
:his Another, Mrs. El. L. I and Susan Collier of FSU. and county official, a favor and not Waldmlre. Other officers
Peek Sr., oAi I Sunday. 1 Mr and Mrs S. A. Wentling press charges after the boy was Mrs.elected were: Jane Crosby EAT IN OR TAKE IT OUT
Miss Elalme Murray, who, has of Palmyra, Pa spent the week- removed from a dance for teenagers -
Debbie Casey Seafood
president .
vice : Also Steaks Chops -

end with Mr. and Mrs. Pied
completed training in an air r by police officers who secretary: and Sharon: Eiland
line :school ln\\Kansas City .2j, ? .. Graudon. found him intoxicated.It I
is visiting heimother f"': 41' r. Mr, and Mrs. George W was called:! to The T le- /otflS: re nu t Jivuljis! Information I!I
Bonnie Murra* this ; ter Brown were weekend guests of graph's attention last Friday about Juvenile cases. When told' ToRena Restaurant 18.
which she will\go td weed J ,l Mr. and Mrs Larry Stoner In Oct. 18, by County Julie: A. The Telegraph did not care toI I
N. C. to work. P ef Ocala. Yawn that the youth was the learn the youth's name, but I STAHKE
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Mr. and Mrs. John Greene won of a county employee; nota only whether he was the son of I
visited Dr. andyMrs. Barney 'g and .son visited :her parents, county official a county employee: or a cousty! ,2 U. S. 301 North Phone 964-6784
McRae Jr. in Lara City Sunday.Air. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Chancey, In Chief Biggs upon Inquiry by official, he said: the toy: wan the 0 ,
and Mrs. H. A. La wso.1t Wacissa over the weekend. The Telegraph first said he son\: of a county employee.
and Mrs. Bill Mo ar and children Mr. and Mrs. W W, Hood and --
of Panama City spen t the John Greene attended the annual
weekend with Mr and Mrs meeting of Florida !Sectionof > Last 3 Days of this BIG ANNUAL FALL SALE!
Charles Lawson In Tallahl isseo the Society of American For-
and attended the FSU gem e. j.: esters at Gulf Breeze last Wed
Mr. and Mrs Gam Mathews t' nesday to Friday. I
were! Sunday evening dl nner Attending the District Five
guests of Mr and Mrs. truce conference: of the Women of the 1 Mrs. Thompson
Mathews In Galnesvll Suwannee Presbytery in Melrose -
Mrs W. B. Mundy \ vi sited last Thursday were Mrs. I Chosen Woman of
Mrs:/ Keith Oillingham: Vnd family Guy Andrews Mrs. C. F. Ward .
in Jacksonville. Mrs. David Montgomery, Mrs. The YearThe
Mis G. H. Bennett wtl 1 upend Tom Casey, Mrs. Dorothy Salazar -
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs Charles Schmltt. Business and Professional -
Randolph Boree in jVc'ksonllle. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baiks- Women's Club of Starke has
\! dale and, Mr. and Mrs R. A. Chosen Mrs. William B. Thompson 0
Local admittances to \ Brad- Colson were camping near as Woman of the Year. MENS & BOYS ORLON
ford County Hospital! this week Asheville N. C. last week. She will be 'recognized with PERMA PRESS
Include Mrs. John Miller will fly to an award of merit and a gift SOCKS
: Mrs Mildred Lee, SLEEK Cotton COMFORT CREW
in bold
Dennis H Smith Lconarc Gil- black and- white Dalmatian a Hawaii Sunday to join her husband by the local club at their" \
pin Mis. Doris Hardy, CecIl print is tailored into a dashing Sgt. Miller who will\ ba monthly meeting Thursday MENS GOLFER II $ V $
Addison WUllam C. Coron and coat that's right for traveling, on a week's R. and R. leave night, Oct. 24. >i 2
shopping or theatre-going. De from duty in Vietnam A native of Kansas, Norma
Elbert E. Tliointcn.: all ofand I
Starke: Mra. Ruth Shockey signed by Count Roml. it's pro Mr and Mrs. O. R. AlvarezJr. Dean moved to Starke In February JACKET ., \ 2 for 3 forOrionNylon
tected with Zepel rain and returned of 1950 from Oklahoma
Jessie Wednesday from
James Lee of Keyst one aweek's for
stain combination long
repeller for added
practicality and has been a civic minded
Heights: and Donna:\ Burnse \ of visit with Mr. and Mrs. in/ wear and extra foot comfort. Choice
Waldo. ... .. Bill Jackson In Arlington, Tex- citizen of Bradford County '
---- -- of black white darks and pastels.
Mrs. H. B. Hamilton reunited as.Mr. from the very beginning of her : Mens 10/13. Boys 6/8J4. 9,11 Best
last Thursday from the Unlv '1'- Larry Crawford returned to and Mrs. Joe Morelaid residence here. ,,, selling sock in the Nation)
Brielmm-Young University In She Is presently' employed asa
*Jty Medical Center: where 'S Ie Jacksonville were Sunray! S
Provo, Utah! Public Health Nurse In Bradford
Sunday after
underwent surgciy She! !Is visiting t- on visitors of Mr and :Mrs.' Guy 3
her brother-in-law i a d ten days visit with his mother, Andrews and! other relatives County and previously was
sister! :\11'. and Mrs W. Mrs. Reba Crawford, who has here. a nurse at Bradford County Boys FLANNEL SHIRT
Bowel 1n Jacksonville th been seriously ill in Bradford Hospital for 10 years. Her other ,
week County Hospital Mr. and Mrs M. A, Baldwin Interests Include former pres-
Mr and .Mrs. Kalfoid Bran-' Mr and / rem Mrs. J. H. Moncilef and visited Mis.! George McDaniel Dealers con vent lea in : Den Mother of Cub Scouts our reg. $4.99 value $100
Mrs J. G. Caldwell attended) !In Tallahassee from Sunday to Hollywood from Wednesday to for 4 years: at the Methodist ,
the funeral of Bryan Whltflcld Tuesday.Mr. Sunday. Church, where she Is a member No-iron water repellent with Heavy weight cotton flannel
In Fiultland Park Monday and Mrs. Jo.mes Bullard Mrs. Charlie Parker and chIldren she has held office as action-back styling for extra '., with long sleeves Regular
morning-: and children\ of Jacksonville: of Cocoa were vls.ting: !: Mr. Junior Hi MYF counsellor, comfort. Choice of maize, -- collar. pocket.
MI' and Mrs. Albert Steffan'lH were weekend Bursts! of Mr. and Mis. M. C. Wells and fam Church School Teacher, supt. blue, tan, pewter or navy Sizes 6 18.
and sons of Jacksonville were and Mrs. Fred Bennett. The ily over the weekend of Children's Work of the Wom- S-XL Tremendous value at Handsome as- :+;:...
Saturday visitors of Mr. su.uMr Bennetts also! had as Tuesday Mrs. Pearl Burnham. Mis. M. an's Society of Christian,: Service Carps) sorted prints \f Jt-
:] < Henry! Stefandll I vcning Guests. Mr. and Mrs R Judd. and Mrs. Hazel Ritch and also Chairman of 4/1941 Buy a handful f "*'*
!_ V, G. Thomas Sr of Jackson- visited relatives in Jennings oa Campus Ministry of the Society at. this low
Sunday She helped organize the local I. price) A1J.
l and Mra. Robert t Green Mis. Marvin Andrews of 0..:. clothing mission sponsored by "'......
v sued; their son-in-law and ark, Ala. is visiting her sonInlaw the Methodist Church. locatedon
daughter. Mr' and 'Mrs EddieD and daughter, Mr. and 'South Court St., and assisted BOYS SWEAT SHIRT JR. BOYS NEVER PRESS
r jJ; ) iRlas. in Atlanta. Ga. over Mrs. R. O. Dansby, for two Miss' Florence, Jennings with

thl> weekend, and attended the weeks. They were jomul!; on Salvation Army Camp at Crystal or
G orgia-Tech eamo.: Saturday by Roy Ar.Jie\vs of Lake. She holds membership at Crew neckwith set-in $100 He'll love these Western Sty
sheriff P. D, Reddhh! returned Jacksonville present! in the Florida Nurse's for extra com le Jeans. Zipper fly. Full cut
BYNANCY'S !to St. Luke's Hospital!! last Larry Williams of FSU and Association and is a charter fort 95(, cotton. Fall i Neat fitting. Or choose dress $197sleeve
FLOWERS'CORSAGE' Fri Jay for further' :observation Wayne Blankenshlp of North member of the Wesleyan Service colors, S(6-8)( ), M(10-( slacks with Hollywood waist,
and tieatment Florida Junior College were Guild of the First United 12)) U14-16' boxer back. Permanent Press.
DAve PanIk underwent' surRew home for they' weekend. Methodist Church. She has also $1.49 value I i Latest colors! 37. [{JgPOODLE. $$2,99
A BEAUTIFUL WORD! last Friday li the Gaines- Roy Mathews of Palatka Is worked with the girls group of
,You have 'mil 1 Medical Center.Do visiting his daughter ? rs. W. 4.K Clubs In Starke,, ,
probably wondered 'Ie Crew Jr: underwent an E. Dowling, this week. Miss '
why we-call a corsage by this appendectomy! In the Jackson- Margie Dowling, also of Palat- Misses Full Fashioned
lovely name vile MAS Hospital last. Wednesday ka, was home overnight last Starke Elementary w
_It_III_IIl'tlllll1y a French 'word Friday
PTA Halloween
which means the MI'S.\Merle Mardi and erandcTaushtipr Mrs. DOM: .Id Bagwell, Mrs.
bodice of a woman's Lori Dibble, of IidintlantM : R E. Firth Airs. L. M. Gaines, Carnival Oct. 31 I CARDIGANS4
,, dress. When
were weekend visitors Mrs. Johnny Johnson Miss'
women started of Mis.\\ W. 13. Mdd1! 'tan. Barbara Masters Miss Loralne The Starke Elementary PTA
II"t wearing flowers AIC Aidcl Binnnen of Maxwell Alvarez, Miss Sheryl Ward and will hold their annual Halloween $4.99 .

on their waist AFB Montgomery, Ala. Larry Williams, attended! the carnival on ThursdayOct. $ .
or shoulders will\ ba home for thE weekend. Christmas Design School at the 31 from 1:30: to 3:30: p.m.
( \ somehow' h f Ia S-Sgt. tferry Lawson of Eglln George Washington Hotel on at the playground. valueHand 357 MISSES k
flower took on AFB, Foil t Walton. Beach, was Sunday 5
homo Ian weekend. Mrs. David Browning give a LADIES
the name corsage Mr, BiM cinrk and daughterof party for her daughter, Janice,
However we may have arrivedat Eau Oa lie were visiting Mrs on her filth birthday last Fh'1- Smoking Drops, loomed 100% virgin acr INFANT
this name-the corsage is a C. D. Williams and Mrs. L. D! day afternoon.: Fifteen ch'tdren yhc. Fine gauge knit Completely /,
lovely accessory to any lady. Green In Bradford County Hos- enjoyed games and refreshments But Cigarette washable. Many '- .. SLIPPER
She isn't really dressed up pital last mursday to 'Sunday. during the psity: hours. colors. Misses 34- 40. The
for special occasions withoutthe Sunday visitors were 'Mr. and Mr and Mrs. M. !:"'. Chitty Revenue Up woman in this cardigan is a :s :, $1.49$ value
lovely corsage Mrs. Woodr w Deas a1:id daughter and Mr. and Mrs Chester Haddock smart woman! I'
When you want a special cor- of Live \Oak and Multicolor fur upper Soft
and Mr. and children of Lakeland
sage for any occasion. -call us. Mrs. Altiioug'i:' cigarette consumption : knitfit lining-cushion insole.
Day Ga.
and Mrs. L, were Sunday visitors of 00
B. has decreased, taxes collected .
We will\ prepare it with great Deas of Ma Mrs.; Randal t Vmyled sole, Misses
o. Chitty
Care. from cigarette sales has Perma Press 9/3, Ladies 5/10. Inf, 5/8 1
...........-- .. climbed since the: tax was up- t A lovelyway to be comfort
0 - - -0 -/. ...0........ pert to 15 cents a pack making able)
.0 FloiHn's:! the highest state ciga- STRETCH

: fd!7mcdies eso Oretts_ Comparing tax In the October: nation:of '67 with I ,j 100% Cotton

W October of 1968 the number of DENIM
ij" ,\ packs sold has decreased 11.57 JeweltonePRINT
A per cent going> down from 65.2T ,-, { __ -
0 fI @ W 805,579 last year to 58,193.670 SLACKS t I". r4 -
..: ,.- .0 Taxes year.collected in the same our reg. $$2.99 -- FABRIC
: A periods went up from $4.997.335 "
: ( JT. to $8,197.063 a 64 per cent inV -

I 'l"l r'l.. t Q crease.The October: collections: ) will be $5\ \ 66 (

: .If}. G h distributed palities 54234.199 as follows;: : counties mjnlclJJ : -, 2 for 100 io Pile yd.

9 $471.735 and the state general our reg. 880 yd.

.. t.B fund. 53.491,128. Durable blend.! Set .in cotton-nylon waistband- / U r ROOM SIZE RUGS 45" width

O) Of the amounts going to coun- side zipper Slim trim Assortment of prints..
2T BrnlOrd!{ CCI1ty0111 receive 100% Foam rub
ties. : : nylon pile: Needs little
tapered style. Machine or no ironing
$308, Clay Cunty $1,561 ber back- skid proof! Solid
:. washable. Tumble dry 8 8 I Buy several, yards
O and Union County $409. and they need no iron or tweed colors, Size 8V* x reg. $18 at this low price and
tt I The municipalities;:! in Brady ing! Latest colors! Mis 11%. Take advantage of start sewing today)
ford County will receive:::!: the following ses 818. Terrific offer. this wonderful offer now $$22.99
and home)
amunts: Starke $7.922: beautify your
D Brcoker $48: Hampton: $340 ,
::tD Q and Lawtey $6H.Holiday.

.. CI CI e Always First Quality Outstanding Valvesa'4

CI g

."..'e Q And Manager

;(, .0 They get married, have children and go to 0 Win Awards

; 0 First Federal for a lojan to b/iy a house. So D The Holiday Inn of Starke t

::. 0 you see, that's all the e is to being an adult. P J has been named In the top
: eight per cent of all lifts In the
: p system of 1.026 inns in 48 STARKE
states Canada, the Caribbean
7 and Europe.

I 0 P Bill Also Burgess coming restaurant In for honors manager was- ,
': n Savings and d Loan of the Starke inn, who .
J was named in the top eight per !hf PLAZA
cent of all restaurant managers -"
:! : t } .. J ASSOCIATION In the chain.Announcement.
0F STARKE of the awards OPEN ALL DAY
:: 218 N. Temple Ave \ Phone 964-5000 for excellence was made at the

Conference of the International: ;
: Association of Holiday Inns li Til 7 I'. m. Friday, Saturday
Memphis. Tenn. Oct 2123. They
: were based on ratings from

,....:. ,. WHERE YOU SAVE MAKE A company Inspectors who make
-J quarterly reports on all Inns .
and Call B it.rrlht
. The tarp's C'lt'rh Brenda" Thomae, Beatrice Clay
PI Holiday tna system Is
: FaMilons offered In the .to e'';
the world's largest motor hotel: look over some! of the" rail
oe< .00 chain with over 133,000 rooms 1 Fall Harvest of Value. The sale Is on through next week.

I. ,. \ CZEAS OATHE / pliC-E "




Horticulture Miss Jane Guy Honored At Coffee ThursdayMiss I
Of Interest Program At -
Jane Guy t of Gainesville living room for the occasion A. Y. Covtagton: Miss Madge
Garden Club whose marriage to Thomas Mc- In the dining room the coffee tMlddleton' and Mrs T. H.
Bryde will be an event of Octo. table was covered with a cut- Slade.
The Starke Garden Club will ber 25 at the First Methodist work cloth and centered with The hostesses presented the
WOMEN 1 have a program on horticulture Church In Gainesville was honored an arrangement of pink and honoree with a silver serving
e at the meeting on Tuesday at a coffee last Thursday white carnations and pompoms. dish as a memento of the oc-
Oct. 29 at 7:30: p.m. at the morning: given by Mrs. Guy Mrs. H. C. Ritch presided at cas and they also presented her
homo of Mr*. L. L. Fullwoodwith Sale, Mrs. John Miller and the silver coffee service and and her mother, Mrs Fred Guy.
Gladys' !Mooly: Phone 964-7608 Mrs. R. F. Young as co- Mrs. Eugene Matthews at the Mrs. J. W. Kincaid poured teed with white pompom and carnation .-
hosteaa. Members will the meeting date has been of ginger lilies bowl. Sixty-five guests were Invitedto
VI Little Women 'GarnerWhelchelSay changed from Monday to Tues and roses were used to high Assisting in serving were call between the hours of 11

III Install I 12 Nerd I Vows Oct. 19 day night. light points of interest In tip Mrs. J, W Wainwright, Mrs. a.m. and 12:30: p.m.Prfred .

Susan Slade Gamer, daughter -
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. .t
kilns Della Rosenberflf, president Slade and John Davis Whelchelof A
of the Starke; : Woman'sClub Jacksonville, son of Mrs.
Initiated: new members into Hugh C. Whelchel and the late
the Little Women's Club Whelchel of Sanford
Mr. were { .1
Monday night of last week. united In marriage in the foraSelilout
Entering the club were Katharine Chapel of the Southslde Methodist % )
Peek Debra Johns, Linda Church In Jacksonville on y
and Sandra Haas. Carolyn Saturday, Oct 19 at 4:30: p.m. I (
Crews, Ellen Bloodwoith, Rubin The double ring ceremony was | I
Warren, June Hardy Denise performed by Rev. Al Brock.
WmicU'i1, Anne Tel willegar, The bride, given In marriageby I !t
Nd.icy Gay and Nancy Proctor. her father wore a tailored
evident:! Evelyn Sinclair ,
aqua crepe dress with front and
conducted the meeting;, and back yoke and collar covered |
devotional.Mrs: M.ldi-ed\ Cuttino gave the with pearllzed sequins Interspersed j J !
with rhinestones. Her!
Hostesses for tile eveningwere hat was aqua maline, seed ;3+
Nancy Struth, SandraHuggins pearls and crystal beads. She
and Patricia Edwards. Miss Linda Alvarez Mr.
carried a nosegay of pink Robinson

Church SocialAt carnations.sweetheart roses and feathered United In Pine Level Baptist RitesMiss

Mrs. Charles Sawyer, sister wore gowns and headpieces
Garith Linda Alvarez, daughterof
JonesThe of the bride, was matron of styled like that of the honor attendant
honor and was gowned in pink Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Alvarez, and carried nosegays
Methodist social group! !Silk featuring Dahlman lace and Joe V Robinson son! of also Identcal! to that of the hon.
had a "pairs and spares" party sleeves reembroldered with cut Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Robinson or attendant Becky Kelley

Saturday night at the home of velvet and sequins.! With this were united In marriage on niece of the groom, was flower Our great sale of used cars was rained out last weekend due to a
Mr. and Mrs. Garith 20 at 8 m. In
Jones Sept p.
she wore a lace hat and matchIng girl and Darin: Alvarez, nephewof "
Morgan Road. accessories. the Pine Level Baptist Church. the bride was ring bearer. mischievous lady named "Gladys. Bat we're back this weekend

The a 18 guests hamburger attending fry and enJoyed brother Michael! of Whelchel the grom of was Sanford best, Dr. E. R.at Bowers the double-ring, pastor candlelight officiated Wes Kelley his brother-in-law of Madison attended as- stronger than ever with the finest selection of one-car owner trade-

games.FLORIDA. man and Robert Mikesell of ceremony. best man. Ushers were Theron ins we've ever offered COME EARLY and get your pick !
Jacksonville ushel'ed.FOllowing 'The church was decoratedwith Hunter and Jerry Whitehead.
the ceremony Mr. an arched candelabra, with A reception was held In the
and Mrs. Slade entertained the baskets of white gladioli, pom- church fellowship hall which
sixty: guests at a reception at poms and Fuji mums, flanked was decorated with baskets of
Strickland's Town House In with a fern tree and fern balls. white gladioli pompoms, Fuji
Jacksonville. The buffet table At the altar was a prie-dleu mums and fern. Mrs. Jimmy
THEATRE was centered with an arrange- flanked with palm plants whel'ethe Thornton greeted guests at the
ment of white stock and pink bride and groom knelt for door, and standing In the receiving
carnations: balanced by pink the wedding prayer. Family line were the bride and

SHOWTIME tapers in silver candelabra.The pews were marked with white groom, their parents, and the .
Weekdays 7 P. M. wedding cake was cut by satin bows and fern.A bridal attendants. I
Sunday 3 P. M. Mrs! Michael O'Brien of Win program of nuptial music The bride's table was covered
Saturday 1 P. M. chester, Va., sister! of the bride. was presented by Mrs Vernle. with a white brocade cloth and
Thornton, pianist, and Mrs. Alln
Mm Susan Whelchel of Sanford centered with a three-tiered
Fri.. Sat.. Sun. served punch and Miss Diane \' Grlffis, aunt of the bride wedding cake topped with a 1968 OLDS CUTLASSFour 1968 CHEV. Cus. Cab Pickup

Firth of Jacksonville kept soloist. bride and groom. Flanking! this Automatic. Left. Radio Heater.
YOUR TOWN Given In marriage by herfather Door Sedan. V-8 Engl..e. Plants New Warranty
the guest register. formal were two crystal candelatras Kami and Heater. Still In New Car Warranty. Oversize Mud Grip Rear Tires. Only 5.000 | +
the bride
Following a wedding trip toNOI'th wore a with white tapers. !Mrs. Paul Milrs.
coiiid be their of bridal satin ONLY $22 5.0U
two piece gown -
Carolina, the couple will Fau'k-; ; and Mrs Vernie ONLY $2195.00
reside in Jacksonville and Italian lace. The empire TliDintan! -
:: ci't the cake.
killing ground bodice was sleeveless featuringa The punch table was decor 1967 PONTiAC ISonneville

...THEY FEAR NO MAN RESPECT NO LAW Beta Sigma Phi : scooped neckline. The princess ated with a crystal punch bowl 4 Door Hardtop Power Windows, Steering and 1966 CHRYSLER N. Yorker
and...TONIGHT THEY RIDE FOR REVENGE, line skirt was adorned with encircled with fern and white Brakes Air Cond. Low Mileage.; Still In Warrant Four Door Sedan Power Windows, Steering,
w e- ? I Beta Sigma Phi! Sorority gill Italian lace The Jacket was of mums, which was presided over }*. Brakes. Air Conditioning One Owner.
Italian lace with long scalloped
meet Mcnday, Oct. 28, at 8 p. sleeves Her fingertip veil of by Mrs. Wes Kelley and Mrs. ONLY$2995.00 ONLY $2295.00
m. at the Bradford Union Area Alvin Grlffis. Miss Janice Alvarez -
net was attached to a cluster of
Vocational Technical Center. illusion petals and seed pearls. sister of the bride, kept 1967 CHEVROLET ImpalaSuper 1967 CHEVROLET Impala
Ted Oglesby, director of theVovrech She carried formal bouquet the bride's book. Assisting In Radio. Heater. V-8 Engine.
. a serving: were Mrs. Robert My- Spt. Cp. V-8. Automatic, Radio, heater 4-Dnor Hardtop.
Center will 4lve! a tour of feathered carnations h'gh- lick, Mrs, Fate Brown, Misses 1'owtr Steering and Brakes and Air Lond. Still Automatic TraMmlsslon.! One Owner. In War-
and discussion ol the school.
lighted with emerald fern and In Warranty: raonty.
Hostesses will be Mrs James ivy and white satin loops, centered Joanle Whitehead and Kay $2295.00
Norman ONLY$2495.00 ONLY - -
Bloodworth and Mrs. Paul with a purple throated Mrs. Joey Thorn.

eiageIlan Canova. satin orchid bow.and tied- with a white ton.For traveling the bride 1967 DODGE RT Spt. Cpe. 1967 FORD GALAXIE $00

changed into a yellow suit with 440 Magnum V-9 Engine Automatic Transmls- 4-Door S-'dan.: V-8. Automatic. Radio. Heater.
matching accessories and an lou. Radio Heater. Bucket Seat,. Console. Power Slcrring. Air Conditioning.ONLY .
1 swan Mss! Connie! Thornton wu orchid corsage lifted from her In Warranty. $2295.00
One Owner.
Haingeir 301DRIVEI maid of horw.: : She wore a for. bridal: bouquet. -
anal gaw'T cf mint : brocaded ; ONLY-------$2195.00 '
g-een The bride is a graduate of
taffeta and carried a nose- Bradford High School. The 1966 PLYMOUTH Fury III

N gay of yellow carnations high- bridefiTom graduated from UnIon 1966 FORD MUSTANGHardtop 4-Uoor. V-8. Automatic. Power Steering,
r lighted with emerald fern with H'gh' School and Is now em- Coupe. 6-Cyllnder. 3-Speed. Radio and Biakes. Radio. heater Air Conditioning. One
yellow and green satin bows. ployed with the Aero Corporation Heater. Yeiluw-BUrk Interior One Owner. Owner.
SHOW BEGINSAT Brideomaids were Ml=s Barbara in Lake City. After a wed ONLY$1395.00 Owner.ONLY$1795.00
SUNDOWN Johnson and Miss Glenda Alvarez ding trip the couple will reside

ADMISSION: sister of the bride They In Lake Butler 1967 PONTIAC Temp. Cus. 1966 CHEVROLET e -

Adults 75c; Students 60c Sport Coupe. V-8. Automatic. Power Steering. 4-Dnor Sedan. ,'.R. Automatic. Radio and Heater
Children Under 12 Free Southside PTA Slades Honor Drake RacU". Heater. Air Cond. One Owner. One Owner. High Mileage BONLY$1095.00 Solid.

Carnival Set At Bridal CoupleMr. In Warranty.
Fri. Sat.. Sun. ONLY$1995.00 '
October 2;). 2(5.() 27.;: Platt PlaygroundPlans and Mrs. T. H, Slade en- 'I96ei Chevrolet Ton Pickup
tertained at a buffet supper last 1967 FORD PICKUPShort 4-Speed Trans-
Double Feature Fleetllne Body. 327:! V-8 Engine.
are being made for the Friday evening In: ho'nor of Body 8-Cyllnder. Radio. Heat- mission Radio and Heater. One J Owner.
[BRUTES! SAVAGES! HEROES! annual Southside PTA carnivalto their daughter, Susan Slade er. One Owner. ONLY - $1495.00Wagon
I THEY'REPA'DT' DO JOBS be held Thursday, Oct. 31, Garner and John Whelchel at $1695.00
from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Pratt their home on E. Call street. ONLY -
w. Street playground. The guest list Included Mrs. 1966 RAMBLER
li .6 Thel'e111 be a parade with Hugh C. Whelchel, Mrs. Esther 1966 CHEVROLET Bel-Air V-H Automillc. Power Steering Brakes, Ra-
music for the youngsters In Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton 4-loor Sedan. V-8. Automatic. Radio and Heat- dlo Healer and Air Conditioning. One Owner.
costumes foimuig: at 6 p.m. at Blsbee! Mr. and Mrs Howard I er.One Owner. ONLY- - $1695.00
the Florida Bank puking lot. Whelchel and family, Mr. and $1495.00
t t'Sun. Prizes will be given for the Mrs. Mike Whelchel and family CHEVROLET Impala
4- best costumes. all of Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Wagon 1963
PTA members will be In John Pierce and family of Daytona 1964 CHEVROLET 4-nnor Sedan. V-8. Automatic. Power Steering.,
a charge of the! booths at the Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whel- 4.DoLr.1V-S. Automatic. Radio and Heater and Brakes. Radio. Heater and Air Conditioning.Extra
MG.- Yr playground where candy, baked chel and family of Fort Pierce! Air Cond. Real Solid. Clean.ONLY .
RODTAYIOR goods, candy apples, hamburgers Tom Slade Jr. and Mrs. Judy ONLY - $995.00 $895.00
hot dogs and other good Slade and sons of Jacksonville
YVETTE MIMIEUXJIM ies will be sold.: Mrs. Michael O'Brien of Win- 1964 PONTIAC Bonneville 1963 OLDSMOBILE 98

.. Mon.' Tues. BROWN Chester, Va. and Mr and Mrs. power Window. Steering\ and Coupe. Power Window Steering
Hardtop. Holiday
Oct. 27-29 Charles Sawyer and children of l-Door and Beater.
DessertBridgeParty Btarke. Air Condo Radio and Heater.ONLY$1295.00. Brake. Air Conditioning. Radio

HeldMrs. ONLY$1095.00

NASHVILLE LOOK UP 71jlIIt Bob Ferguson and MrsE. High School PTA

AND LISTEN... L, Matthews were hostessesat Chairman NamedThe
STAND UP AND SING! '" UfISION a dessert dge party Tues-
KENNETH MORE MUROCOlOR day night at the home of the Bradford High School
latter. PTA met Tuesday -I l THEATRE An attractive Hallowe'en mo Father Augustine
L Griffin assistant -

PLUS tif was carried In the out party In the looms.decorations Catholic pastor Church of St., as Edward's guest 20 More Chose From $95 And Up

Bridge was played at the seven speaker.
tables and prizes were award-
THEHOTGUHSMMMQUDt I Father Griffin described his
ed.Assisting in serving were previous service as Assistant
MCtUMI,.IN... .Airs: John Miller and :Miss Education Director In Africa
JoxiiD Madge Mlddleton.Recent and said he was appalled' by
WAYNE the lack of interest shown by Only 14 New '68 Chevrolet's Lefty
aaILR IHr parents In PTA meetings, In

s Births comparison tries. with other coun HURRY They're Going Fast At Cut Prices

PTA President James Blood- 4 Company Cars -- '68's -- At Reduced Prices &
!Mr and Mrs Ronald E. SUn worth reported
the folMwln; '
nett of Starke announce the chairman for the
birth of a daughter, Rhonda Mrs. M. O. McMillan Social:
? I ; Member
It Joyce, on: Oct 7 In Bradford hip, Mrs. William
Scoggins' J-a
County Hospital. Devotional!
1 I Mrs. Joe Girsy
1 11ANKMLUAMSJR Bradford County Hospital an- BHS Principal Ralph Di gs
nounces the following: births: announced that November I
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Vasco will be planning day and urged
Underhill, Starke, a son. Ancil all parents to attend school at / .
H \ jR Harmon, Oct. 18.
BLOOD that time to vlrft! with the-
a BROTHERS Rev, and Mrs. Charles Edward teachers. He reported that to do w paw eM-eP.
SHEUBfBEDBffiEY FABARES f pd 6 ...FOR Reese Starke a daughter the very best for the students STARKE FLORIDA
ss-sa.e Denise Michel!! Oct. 21. :at BHS It will require teachers. ,
REVENGE! Mr. and Mrs Alvin Talmadge administrators! and parents all \

1 ,a sua ,YaaKM/a naYll.nl, Moore Brooker, a daughter.Jill working: together.The .
PWWVlSIONrtMETROCOlDR Phyllis Oct. 21. next meeting will be November -



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Sporlsmens' HEW Turns DO'wnr! :}:'- }lrJG.lI r : '

IR ORT"' I!'. ,..;} ', ___ eJ> ----- .
InsuranceIs New School I Plan ; {' '
'Ijtok Mi

DroppedContinued [Continued From fare One 1st 1tDD; .OT UAYE-PAVED ROADS HUNTING : .

From Page OneJ an admit!Istratlve hearing for ceptable on Tuesday was adopted smonw( rBOHtiircft/ IY CITY LAW.
the county: Oct. 9 following: a discussion! i r
property! and: repeated acts by On: Aug 28 a HEW official Casey and Supervisor Connie f:
the hunt club of going beyondthe stated In a letter that she would Clark had with two federal of. The
boundaries of the area allowed recommend: that any new funds facials Dr. Henderson: of HEW _L;::; t #rh Bring
for hunting purposes for Bradford Schools be defer and Dr Gregory Anrlg of the
causing hazardous conditions red. At that time the School V. S. Office! of Education.
Whole !
for aviators using! airport: facilities. Board called In its attorney Casey termed the meeting"friendly" Family
On Sept. 4 I the Board receiveda : and: said the federal
Patches of food crops plantedby 26 paragraph "Reauests for officials seemed "extremely
the club for deer and other Admissions" from HEW containing : pleased" with the enrollment: Dad, treat Mom and the KIds to
game are reported to have : about nine points where statistics! for this year-38 per
been planted closer than the HEW believed; the board to be cent of the) Negro: students are Dinner out, with plenty of Good
300 yard limit recommended by cut of compliance:: : with: the attending formerly all white
Federal Aviation Administration Civil Rights Act. The Board .cho:>ls. Casey and Clark also Food. Family Fun. Our Menu Is

as safe buffer distance agreed that Pierce should answer believed that HEW would drop set to suit every; taste: with Special: Menus: for Children. Enjoy our Pleas-
from used paved runways and the! "Requests." which: Ita allegations!:: after it received' :
taxiways the attorney termed routine in official confirmation of the ant Atmosphere, and warm Friendly Service We'll do the Dishes!
Council chairman Roy Wat- any law suit. plans! for an educatonal park.
kins and Everett Fox have opposed The plan on which! school officials Apparently tte: matter will
curtailment of hunt club had pinned their hopes now be decided on Nov 7 In TO HUNT OR NOT TO HUNT! : Thai U the csnlfareraUl" ..". Our Delicious Buffet
use of (he area citing numerous and: which HEW termed unac- Washington J>. C. lion revolving around Keystone Airport property. Meanwhile, a Try
contributions: the hunters have somewhat weather-beaten alga at the Airport entrance, proclaimi SERVED DAILY
:hunting, fshlng and conservation: New Prison Plan DiscussedMarvin LUNCH TWO HOT ENTREES DINNER
in the Keystone area Some of BUFFET
the club's conservation: work Is them to adjust to the outside Brownlee, with: the Take Jumptopped BUFFET TWO VEGETABLES
supported by government 'world and obtain jobs that would Florida Division of Corrections Sales Funds 5 P. M. to
funds keep them from getting back In Tallahassee was guest speakerat 11 A. M. to ASSORTED SALADS
The Sportsmen's Club numbering trouble\; upon: their release, He the Staike Rotary Club onWednesday. 2 P. M. 9P.M.
approximately 100 mem- said it was also beneficial to: Oct. '18, describingthe : Statewide sales and use tax the state-wide average ROLLS BUTTER
bers from Clay Duval Marion .society, since the prisoners earn new "work-release" program collections during September and Union County came In considerably 75
Alachua and Bradford counties money on their jobs and must recently Instituted at the Jumped 70.85 per cent over the below the state-wide $1 41Z5 TEA $1
Includes 18 members from theKeystonp. use it to help support their families Florida: State (Prison. amount collected during the average COFFEE
same period: last year. Bradford. Countys !share Increased -
Heights area accord- back home. Brownlee said that under the
ing to Morgan At the Rotary meeting Wednesday : program, prisoners who have This b the highest in percentage 1)9.91 per cent over last
Keystone Heights Airport was : Oct 23, James E. Pace, been carefully screened andwt.o Increase reported since the year going from $23.962 in -September
added four per cent and wirier cf '67 to $47,911 In Sea
developed by the United States animal husbandman with the have good prison records,
government during World War Agricultural Extension Service, are released! is tte final monthsof : coverage of the tax went into timber cf '68. Clay Ccunty
effect last "April, Fred 0, Dick. jumped; 143.22 cent from .
II. It was offlcally listed University of Florida gave aninteresting their confinement to work at --
as bison, Jr.. f33,C94 to
State Comptroller $80.492. and! Union i O&Wa\VW
United States Air :Support Com discussion of the cat jcbs within commuting distanceof
mand Base Keystone: Heights tle Industry in Florida. He was the prison. He .said the pro- laid. Cornty Increased 29.6 per cent
Bradford and: Clay Counties from $4,421 to $3730.(
The 2,700 acre tract and facilities introduced by Bobby Tylor as- gram had proved! beneficial to
was deeded to the city of sistant Bradford County agent. the selected prisoners, enabling
Keystone Heights In! 1947 to be
maintained for aviation purposes -
and to bring revenue to GENERAL ELECTION
the city. An average of 15.0(10( BALLOT .
actual flying! operations! by pri-
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by the city maintained air

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Big"Recl Defense OutstandingTornadoes PAGE FIVE


Take Bolles 13-0 In Rain Soaked Winhim

Bill Belot 's 85-yard punt ra-! closed! down and: little line back.
turn early in the first pzrlocl u Steve Crawford made the pushed the Tornadoes: !! back: to side on the option a;for 14
put Bradford: High on the scoreboard tackle.A A five-yard off-sides penalty the 22. but Melvin hit the right I
!! CContlnuea On Page Six]
and a strong Bj! Red defense : -
measurement showed the ... --., ..--
held:! Blles to 132 yards ball Inches: shy c* a first down
for a 13-0 Florida Star Confer: and:! the! TOI''a; :!.acs: tack cv?" at i
enCe win hire Friday night H I. a
their flvs. c ':;:;? exploded;; : cut
With a Splash instead of a of the hole!! far 25 yarcU and:! the
roar the Tornadoes of Coach ELECT
Tornac'-ss g:cmcClt\ : cne more
Daxld Horse: contained: a toughBulldog
first down
: but Bel!:atvns
eleven with the! -
forced: to nuke his only punt
'I, tarn 7-0 lead until Ronnie Grins of the night torn hH 44, '
exploded(\ up; the middle for 23
'I Bollrs never again got Insidethe Lawton B.Thomas )
yards with Jjst:! over three min. BUS 30. .
utes left in the middy: contest.: ....
Griggs exrlcded from deep! in
The Tornadoes threatened three
his cwn territory the sevan yard
times. getting to:>> the Bolles: 10,
line after a Bollas! punt: rolledto
12, and 7 yard lines In the sec
the five, far 76 ynrtfs\: as thfll'st TS.i
ond and third: periods, but the '
Half cll'to a close. He
wet pigskin thwarted them at
was finally: chased: ; down bv
each attempt. Bolles' Andy M.:.e at the! Bull .(Kep.
Starting with the bare-
y four minutes old game rain from Ronnie Grlit84, number 20 In center cf photo, Grtlln gained 178 yards, averaging over 21 dot IT.Blcts. HOUSE ofREPRESENTATIVES
: :: lo t a 'n'cI'hen
Hurricane Gladys fell steadily carried for 7fl yard on lib play late in the 2nd yards per carry which may be..a record for Bolles1 Clare :
> : in before
the: entire contest, except for period et.alnst Bolle*. The Tornadoes -
abrls' muffed a Tornado<< bark In '
game.Number the! BHS signal! caller: !! could:! I ,
respite at halftime when H chance tn .
srore! from Bolles' 18 yard line, '
mIlk his! hantc! C. Bit Gene
the band performed. Umbrellas however, when they fumbled at the 10, BUS 40, Boltos tailback Andy Moore, finally :Melvin b.:.eke over rlgM guard:! ,
blossomed over the entire BHS fumbled five time but won ss-n. caught up with Grins at the 18. and! tan tl1'C'ih: cne tackle for( BAKER
stadium and the sidewalk under
eight:. yards tj: tis: 10. .
the eaves of the new field house Live Oak and tied:! Palatka and the BHS quarterback: allowed yard Hrs tfc! ? best opportunity: On filr-1: 1 end th: :", Eelote BRADFORD
were jammed as fans stuck it Orange! Park The Tornado defense Bales tacklers! to gt a good the ksor.\'me, had: to: score pitched:! the wet iubt-r!: : ball he !*
cut to see the Tornadoes win !ell: Bolles to: 48 yards: in start at him only to run into a nil! night.With uses to: Melvin arsjnc. right end: COLUMBIA:
their fourth! game of the season the! first !half and 86 the second To'nnCJlIce:: \; king wall. Tackler the aid: of n five yard and it flew 10:33. Bolles: :Malcolm CLAY
and their third conference victory Belota's punt return his sec.end after taklr was cut down ctf-siie! penalty: aKal"st the: BlRd Jc::."4 recurred: ; to enl! the
to remain undefeated to of the year! and the! team's! and Bjlott even coasted to allow drfsnss l 'the! B.MclSRs: got a threat.A *' NASSAU
date. third came the; first time a Torisado a Tornado blocker! to get first down at tr:? Starke 1". 5I'1') 'nl'c1 drive' to open: the j
Leading groun-1:! gainer wa:, tc-tchd! the (football. in front cf t the! last man who From there: tailback Andy s.ccnd Inl -tailed and a Tornfido UNION
the rir.ning back Grljgs. who Boll:?* iriuud Larry Garces fell: was never: blocked tJt WM slowed MCJI'B: :>l1l'5 lending rusher field:! sail f,:im t t'-s'! 20 by
had 78 yards which: included on the Staike kick-off to open : enough so Belote cc'.ild out. with fil yards In 191'les\ got Bill Attains f'Il snores shoit.MHvln : I.- 0
jaunts of 25. 76, 25 and 44 the game but: the Bulldogs:! were :ur> hint to the goal with 9:4': '! faunyards! over hi! right tac- : fell on n Biri; tat in
yards in clg:t tries. Workhorse held: In three downs by the BHS remaining in the first period Mr.1 More cam- bnck ever the! the third! c;:-r-d! ard the 1 Tarna-; It's Time for Change
Gen: Melvin led the Tornado dsfens and quarterback Chip The Torn".!:el! also held light! sid for three yards on does msjntfd: : \ t1":>iv t third I t'-rcnt.'! a
attack with 16 carries in whichhe Skinner's pi'it rolled to the Tor. Belles: on the second) series of second: down Belle: passed" ',''icus O1l'llhe: I
round cut 127 yards: a 75.ne..ige. nado 15 yard line djwnH bt:; wren! fy!: got possession : But on t'llrd: and three!!!', the! ball nn: k-ckil: l'i: in I th'!: air
Belle( picked up the pigskin, a Be1te-Griggs: ha'id-aft!: : Tornado:> lr? closed! :! the hole! and as five players converged: on it. Vote THOMAS on Nov. 5
The Tcundoss wound rp with faked to teammate Adrian went :aw':'V, Moore set:: but a yji.1.: : On fourth: Orts! ( wnstl': ? when: it came
274 yards! rushing through the: Brown and:! terk o'f to his right 'A B.illdog fell on the IOOHL, and! two: :Mccie! Rot less t than down and: J a, t to t t'-i: E'llp 17
,-tioni Bolls team which: bent iiinnrta at th : > quarteis sped pigskin\ at the Bradford 25 1:1: ::? and:! the: Blj: Rd line again bet-.I'e ;Malcolm: ] Jonos: : i polled, ,(Pd. Pol. Adv.).

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OCT. zt


Pal atka T oughAggressive Undefeated '.I;)...I'J.

An undefeated Palatka eleven: Key men to watch on the has developed Into, a capable
will play host to Coach David Braves: team are running back; signal caller. Annis la a lair!
Hurse and his unbeaten Tornadoes Lamar Brinson a 185-psund 89.nfr runner and an excellent passsi r..
Take Bolles 13-0
tomorrow night and the always and: L.'te-y3" lettsrman Annls' aerials to Bibsnj contained
tough Braves are expectedto who carries the ball 75 par cent with the speed and bar
be ro: different in 1908. of the time. End Jahnls. Blbens, running cf the veteran! Brlr.sn: [From Proceeding Page] left aids. for three yards before Bulldog forewall 'or 44 yards before -
"Very aggressive" Is the number! 82, a 155-pcund' : senior, wilt' Rue f Tor..3c'i.: n bin! Clark Toole got the loose ball. (Malcolm Jones made the atop. Chip u, l hF
term used in the Bradford High Is i> fli s receiverlv;> guns the night of football. Melvin's fumble was first Then, from the 25. Griggs exploded downA 4
scouting report en a Palatka hundred: In 9.9.Quarterback "I don't see how anybod:: picked up by QB Belote who attempted : through the right side '
team which has fair size and Arthur Annls, could vivo: i'> on;' td I'!'? tin to rui: with it ,but was and cut up the middle between er chance
good speed. number: 13, a 174'pound. junior:, than Live Oak, but I expect Llv Pa- Jarred loose from the ball. the two Bolles safeties for the run. the
-- latka to be as tcugh as
Moore got one first down second Tornado. Adams extra
Coach Hurssays !!
E\CLE'S your Favorite Leader, Oak, Tornado: for Bolles with gains of 2, 3, point failed and the Tornadoeshad
of the Brave eleven and 5 yards and tailback Bill a 13-0 lead with 10:48: left First was the view from the prcinbox: during the Bradford-Bolle5
Brlnson I a"one
Hurse describes backs in cu' Bore got 10 yards over his left in the game.. Yds last Friday night-umbrellas covered the entire stadium
of the finest
the stats.! tackel before Ronnie Griggs The Tornadoes mounted a 73- Yds. pluckv fans. stuck it out the entire game to see the TON
area Palatka and has possibly a 230-pound: tackle brought him down. But Wayne yard drive later in the quarter, Passes ;, win their fourth despite Ite heavy rain hit feU from
Silver was jarred. loose from the but were stopped at the Bolles Passes
in Sam Reeder His running ne Gladys from early In the first quarter.
CastUbsrry. la described ball on the first. play of the 1 when three Belote passes in Fumbles
mate, Rusty fourth perlnd and BHS linebacker the wet were inc mplete. Starting Yds. : BHS-11' Belots. 85- 'd,
at punt
short of
a< a good ball player hit : only a yard a
Griggs Punting
Steve Crawford fell on at the BHS Adams, extra ,
187 pounds: Left end Vic May< Melvin / down return; point
eight yards
a 188-pcund junior, compliment the ball. advantage of twice went over for left tackle for 15, BHS '.! got the first at the kick 2'' Briggs 25-yd. run; I
the speedy and! Tornado scout Quickly taking but Melvin fumbled at the Adams EP failed.
then sec Bolles
two on a
Bolles 28 Griggs got
first down at the
the Bo'lt"< Not".
tabbed him "one of the,best linemen broke through the on the next plav Boll s' )!
team. DelotE sent Melvin over the ond down
an the
N 0 Guard Don Kennedy is! small,
137 pounds, but the EHS: sccjtIff -
report states, "Don't let his
: Give B.V. D. size fool you"

Palatka has beaten Ssabreez
the business and Ocala by Identical:! scorsi of
: .
26-6, was a three-touchdown
ner over San'ord, beat Oranj rti
They'll give you the brush I Park 14.0 and tied Bolles\ t of
JIC<"divll! > 1414. L \\\e
The Tornadoes are also unbeaten -
FOR HIM this season: Last week 0"\ f
Club StyleHairbrush they shut out Bolles 13-0.
Bradford High, due to an \>\ete
early season open date has A t
played four games to Palatka'
five The Tornadoes topped Ge\
Macclenny 26-0, St. Augustine
33-0. and Live Oak '16-12 in i a
h-tJy f-ts'it! t bnrtlp two; week;
Palatka's basic defense is i a
wide tackle '6.' They ise a 6detenas ACTION Party
on one side of the line with
and a 5-4, like tl:" Toinndss:: ,
on the other.Palatka.

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buys It for him! 111 tit a last Thursday, Oct '1 11, OCl'iltitVote :
Coach Osz.gs Loper, praising On Nov. 5 __ _
his Junior varsity grldders. said G _
the Baby Tornadoes looked
[-------------1 much: better: than In previous
defeats to Gainesville High and
Orange Park,
BRAND J For Dynamic
"We played our best iiam!

UND'ERWEAR .____.. ,.. singe 'Macclenny. by far," th'
"Batjy: Tornado-ooftOiV aaJ.dlI'bu. ., \
\ "Next to myself I like 'B.V.Dbest Tornadoes were In the ball game -- .... Positive.leadership ;;'.l:"'xt'., a '," ', II -
.until late In the third period "" ::,.r.':;'; r. .11 c '(% ):1e 'r
when Palntka recovered a fumble A ..
inside the Bradford fiv!:
{ yard line Until then the score Not the prophets of
4qLCM was 13-7 %nd: the third Palatk.
TD put it at 207.
The Tornado score came 1 ill "Gloom and Doom"L
the second: period: on a 70-yar
pass play from Joey Bennett to
Biant Turner. Turner caught

rNIGH FUEL BILLS kept the ball going at, full Loper stride said.and ju who see nothing but

The Tornadoes:! will meet Si,
M make Augustine here tonight Thur..<>'
you day, Oct 241) at 7 p, m. evil in our countryVOTE
Boys praised for: their pInY
hit the ceiling! ? against Palatka were Gene Rau .

erson, Jerry Lee, BCD !ipatersor, _
Dale Clemons, John;, Ramsey; '
I CEILING HOT WHEN YOU Perry Juday Wayne BennH FOR .
i HIT IT? THEN YOU HAVE Bryant Turner, Tony Castle: ) .: -
ORDINARY HEATERI "Joey) Bennett Gene Harris; ,
I II Mike Macy. Richard RobertiRandy :", ice _
: Zlpperer, Lavsrn Oul
law, Scotty Whitehead Kail
.. Forsyth! Jim Thrift, and ErlTomllnson. AND MUSKIENixon
COMPARE The Humphrey-Nixon Voting Record

-Humphrey has consistently supported rural electric and
ADD MACHINE ROLLS who said in Chattanooga, Tenn., during the cur telephone programs.
File Folders, complete line office TVA
voted for was
frC rent campaign that he had always
c supplies. The Telecrapt first term Congressman, Nixen voted against a
., recorded as voting in the 1932 session to cut that agency'sfunds -As a
Ph 984-6305. $250 million for the Rural Electrification
by $15.7 million-a move that Humphrey opposed.The measure to appropriate
Senate subsequently added $14.7 million to TVA's Administration.funds .
as previously approved by the House, with Nixon of -IIum P hre Y supported milestone: legislation in resource

opposing and Humphrey supporting the restoration development, flood control, watershed development, and

funds water pollution control.

-Nixon voted for, and.Humphrey against the tidelands oil -In 1952, Nixon announced hisconservatien support for an amendment
bill, giving the states title to underwater, oil-rich lands, to reduce soil funds by $100 million.
a measure that President Truman described as "robbery
in broad daylight:' -As Vice President Nixon declined to break a tie vote
C by which an amendment to add $30 million to the conservation
4m I -As Senator and Vice President, Humphrey has vigorously program was rejected. Vice President Humphrey

t sought to strengthen price supports, increase mar voted for the amendment.In .
kets, and step up farm returns from all commodities.
Vice President, Mr. Nixon provided the winning vote
-In 1950 Nixon was unrecorded on legislation authorizing in March 195S for an amendment increasing interest rates

I a $2 billion increase in the borrowing authority of the on Veterans Administration GI housing: loans from 1 1.2
Commodity Credit Corporation which in effect permitted lo.4 34 per cent.
II a continuation of 90 per cent price supports.
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i for Commission.top quality I stand utility

jrf; We don't blame you for hitting the calling if you con service at reasonable VOTE DEMOCRATICFrom
tinually pay for heat you don't getl!The new SIEGLER rates. My experience
beat out of drop of Includes public serviceas
!';/ Oil Home Heater wring the every State
oil,then pour it out over your floor. With SIEGLER, County Commissioner

you no overheated get the comfort ceilings miracle and low of SUPER, low fuel FLOOR bill*. So HEAT don't &School Board member. The White House To The Courthouse
I need vote and Nov. 5
I hit demonstration the celling! ..hit your Siegler dealer for a hot support your to be your" ,

consumer voice.

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DENMARK This Message Sponsored and Paid for by the Bradf ord County Democratic Executive CommitteeTJlVRSDAY


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'1.o Wm. E. Norman '.' ";'::" .,'.:, :' \\X' <.,.I"r" ';. :;,: '<,:;'''' : (h7'! '''','':; 'I,>,.. '.:%'S < \;.....'..,. .. ', :. ; '
; FIRST UNITED METHODIST. -- "" ''''''* '. ,,.'.',$;..,, :: ,* ,.... .. .',' ..... ..w..w.- ..,"", : ..<.,,,.x.;....:.". n.t, : ? !1y 1\'\
.. Services HeldIn STARKE fW''
Sunday Church School 9:45: :'
.I.Id.Iolles Jones .
ChapelWilliam a.m.; Morning Worship 11 a.

Edward' Norman. Sr., m.? Youth Council: 5 p.m.; An investment in Your Future r---- .
MYP Snack Supper, 6 p. m.;
46 of Stake died arrival
: upon MYF (Meetings 6:30: p. m.;
at a Starke !hospital early Monday Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Billi ifii Hfit lift ifil
morning: following a sudden Monday-WSCS Prayer Group I
attack at home. 10 a.. m.Tuesday. ilW1W li In! II li Irl I

Mr. Norman: was born In WSCS Quiet Day aig
Polk County on March 22. 1922. Program 9:30: a.m.; UNICEF L'fH.. Ll U' ,
and was employed as a nurseryman u tonf HM BOI VMV ** For where.
Drive 7:30: p.m.Wednesday your treasure U, there will' your hear) be also"
...... .
He at was the: University a veteran: of of World Florida : Choir-Rehearsal Younger Children's 3:00: aqtsr::: 1t z,::: 'w'gtirnHj11ml1illlllIIlIiII'mlr'W.'k:: ::: )!:: : [ !' .!"!"!....... ........;.'."....".nm'''''''mHJilJjIHniilmii. n.. wy _,_ < ___!lt1! (_'t..: ;:.:; '.,;'

War II.Surviving. p.m.; Prayer Meeting and Bible CALVARY BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST I
are his! wife Patricia 1C N.
Study, 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn CHURCH
Crew Norman of Starke: ThursdayChancel Choir Refe ig Worship. 11 a. m. Training Sunday, School.: 0:43: a. m.
his: father ar..t t stepmother Mr. SerI I Morning .Worship. 11. Training
hearsal 7:43: p.nv >t Inlon 6:30 p. m Evening
and: Mrs. William: M. Norman FridayOlder Children'sChoir v ice. 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, Wedi i[Onion 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser

Lake City: one son. William E. Rehearsal. 3:30: p.m. n'esday 7:30: p. m-Rev. R. H. 'I ILutier. vice. 730.: Midweek Prayer Ser
Hum. Norman Jr.. Pisrson; : two DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Pastor. i pastor. i Ice, 730.: U R !
Tor daughters.: Mr-. Mary Fox. Orlando -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor f'R" "E""A 5 .nnA

from and M1! Lynn Norman.Fort MADISON STREET DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCHBROOKER ". ::::'::::::':: I
Myers[ : : two: brothers: Dor- BAPTIST CHURCH GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH / \ 'I li t' 'Q'1''f''r:

r sey E. Norman of Orange City Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning "' .fj.ft
and Leon Norman De. He walked a long time and rang many doorbells n 'J..l. tl"f
Ernest Worship 11 a. m. and 7 p. !1 1
;punt\ Morning Worship at 11. Youth i ng Worship, 11 a. m. Training I f.. ", "
,dint. land: and three grandchildren.Funeral Choir practice 4:30: p, m, i!7nlon 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser, ::m,.-Rev. Leland A. Baker pas> ij::: nd "scared" a lot of l people in order to t
service; held at
run; were Youth Fellowship Supper, 545.: i rice 730Rev.; Lacy Conway. ijastor. i tor. ;:;:;: acquire his Halloween treasures. He wants
l.i Memorial
2 m. Tuesday Jones X1
p Visitation. 10 a m.
: Chapel& 1 with! Rev. DeWUt! Training Union. 6:15.: WMU ] Thursday- :m to sleep with his treasures beside him, where I'
and 7 m. I I
Prayer Circle 7:13.: Evening I p. ,
T. Fa-abe: Jr >fficlatlng. Interment Worship: 7:30.: NORTHSIDE BAPTIST ;::::: he can feel the sack with his hand. sP
was in Dyal Cemetery. NEW RIVER BAPTIST ::: (
::: &4
MondayYWA meeting 7:30: CHURCH A rfli
Located oCn Bayless HighwaySR Sunday:! Schcol, 10 a. m. Morn i!11: These treasures somehow remind you that

Services HeldThursday p.m.Tuesday -RA meeting 6:30: ( 225 at Raiford Road Union.ing Worship 7 p. m.11 Evening a. m. Training Worship. .t ,:m;li! one of your responsibilities toward your ( ; ,

For p.m.Wednesday Prayer Meet- Services: (Sunday SR 181. School 1ft 8 p. m. Wednesday night ser 1:!:; adorable child is to teach him what real ; R ,,, ,

Mrs. Starling Ing. 7:30.: Church Choir Prac a. m.: Sunday Morning Worship. vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome :!i;:! treasures, are- friends country, church a
pastor. .
lice 8:30: i 11 a, m.; Training Union 6:30p. : -L. L. Parker t m j;1 good deeds, family love of God, and quality E t t
Nettle Ch Starling<< Service 7-:30: ;; "r
1lrs.! -ser Thursday Sunbeams and m.; Evening CHURCH OF CHRIST of spirit, to name a few. %
4'i.! of Route 1. Lawtey. died GA's. 3:30.FIRST: Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday -; Sunday: Bible Study 10 *.. m.;
Monday night fall Avlng: a long 7:30: -Rev. Glenn Law- i
Morning Worship and COmmunIon t That "Trick 01Tl'eat" bag somehow reminds
illness. hon, pastor.
Born in AlacViua County on BAPTIST CHVRCH Service. 11 a. m. Evening 1i1 i1 you of that scripture in Matthew that t
services 6:00.:
Sept. 13. 1919. S'.T: > had lived in STARKE BAYLESS HIGHWAY Wednesday:! Worship service 7 :;:::: goes "Lay not up for yourselves treasures' .

the Lawtey area 'cs the earlyI940's. Si-nday: School. 9:45: a. tll.l.1I'nlng BAPTIST CHURCH p. 01, Minister Jack P. Bell. t ;i1;! upon// earth where moth and dust cloth cot'i'; h / '
She: member of School. 10 Morning -
n a.m.
!) was Sunday ;
: : Worship:! at 11: ssrmoti: :
Grace Baptist: ChI' chof Starke. "Hs T.iat: Eathsth This Bl' ad." Worship Service 11 a. m.: NORTHSIDE: BAPTIST 1;i m; ritpt, and where thieves break through, and ,

Surviving! are her husband Training Union 6:15.: E" ::1jl1gWo'shlp Training Union. 6:30: p. m.; Evening CHURCH ;::;;;i: steal: But lay up' for yourselves treasures, in

Fleam Starling; =.x sons James \ 7:30: : sermon. "Christ, Worship, 7:30:: p. m. Schedule of services: SundaySchool ; f .::::.::. heaven where/ neither, lIwth101' rust dotienrritpt / t
and Marklee of Starke; Frank Prayer Meeting Wednesday, '
The: Only Hope.:! Woe
9:45: a. m Morning break
do not
; acid where thieves
of Whiter Wednesday :i 1 /
of Baldwin: Robert MndaY-Ycuth; Chair PI'iiC'tlce. 7:30: p m.; G. A. Meeting. Training Union
10:45 m m
house: : and Ton.:::1and Timmy 7 p. m New River Baptist 7:30: p, m.; Choir Rehearsal ship., 6:45: :p. m.a Evening Service. ; 1 tII'OllO"101' steal: for where your/ treasurethere '
of Lawtey;: two dauchters.: : Mrs. Wednesday!: 7:30: p, m.; t
Assn. Executive: BoardMeeting. : : 7:45.: Mld-Week Prayer Service. is, I will your heart be also. ': I
Lucille; Cauley. Lawtey, and FED:: 8 p, m. Brotherhood meeting last Mon (Wednesday:! 7:45: p. m. m! 'I\t\
MI'!,. Martha Lee, Jacksonville; Tuesday:: -Juilr! Choir, Sun day in each month. Rev. David j ;1i1i1 You know that the church will help you in AT eAG '
AI'o surviving are -'mother. beams. 3:30.: Primary Cholv ;Madeiras pastor. PRESBYTERIANSunday I'" ;-
Mrs. Bertie Kirkland Hobbs. of li1 this, so you vow again to be faithful to every: tr f
Junior:! GA 4:20.Wednesday : SChool 9:45: a. m. ,
and 11 grandchildren. CHURCH OF GOD thankful for all the wonderful \:'.. \ I
Lawty: -BlbU Study Class. Morning Wcrshlp 11 a. m Youth ::1.:...::1. service, ." .. r l''
Funeral services; were held at 30 a. 01, Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: 422 N St Clair St., Starke Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Prac workers there asking God to help you and J,*j"-"
2 p. m. Thursday in Grace -Church: Chair. 8:30.'Ih.ll'sddV151tatlon: Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship Wednesday 8 p. m. t f11 :.. :7l .."
Baptist ChUI'C:1t'l: Rev Virgil ; 7 p. m. Services 11 a, m. and 7:30: p. tice. Rev. Robert D. Burch :::::: them. \' .4jtjr t.., t
Lovett:: and Rev. E. C Harvey m. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:30p. : I1 I

officiating.; Lterment( : was in: CHl'RCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF ; m.-R v. Chester J. Shou.ppe: RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH :i :::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:::::::::::::;:::::;:::::::::::::::;::;:;}:;:;:;:::::::::::;:::;:::;:;:::::::;:::::;:::::::::;:;:;;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :!::::::::::::::::::=:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:;::::::::,:
Oak Grove\ Cemetery with De. pastor.! 'i ; "aft 1 T1Ii mm
LATTER-DAY SAINTS Schedule ol services: Sunday: t m lor Iho .n wlsd9aolNlt lovi t
Witt C Janes Funeral Home inch.lrgl' ;; ; Thi Churth U Cod I oppomttd oginiy I In Ihilw..ld iprtodmg .
((416 East Call St.) HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. ::: salmon ond of Nil demand lot. men to nipond lo Iliol' lo.i by loving hit nsa 1 hbor. Without : :;:;::
: Services: Priesthood 8:45: ; (Highway 100 at Theressa) m. and 7:30: p. m. Training Un :::::: this grounding In oho Ion 01! Cod no govunmtnt or locntp" Of way ol lilo will, long :; g. ::::;:

Sunday School, 10:00: ; Sacrament Sunday School-10 a. m. ion. 6:30: p. m.-Rev. Jack t 1 iii; ,ouovtro ond the" ..dom, which wt hold 10 dtor will Intvilobly ptriih. Ihll.'''.. arm .: : i i i!

11:03:():! Branch President Morning Worship.-11 a. m. Stolte. pastor.. :;:::: from a lolflih point, ol liw, ono should support 'thi Church lor 'thf lad* of the wflforoof ::: i :;:::: t
Dean Hansen 964-6273. Training Union-6:30: p. m, ::;:;: hlmulf and hit (amiss Ityond that', tiomxr, story pirion ihould uphold ond par.tklpoto Q ::;:::
Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. PINE LEVEL, BAPTIST : in tin Church btcauio It fill) 'Ihs 'Irulh about man'I lilt, death' ond dutiny, the # 1i:!;:
Wednesday: Night Prayer Services Sunday School: ..10 a. m. Morning t :::::i.:: truth whkh otonoIII lot him ,froo to sirs 01 o child ol' Cod ... .,. Qa l, ::::::
Worship ,
7:30 Rev. Merle
: p. m. ; l
CHURCH Packham! pastor. vices (Booster Band, Young 6 tt w.'!*,*,'!('!' ))!(') << !'*@'!.")"=;*,";$""" "''''*'' 7 ;)' '; "( ''' $<,*,*"",;*" "*",,,
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training People and Prayer Service).

Union 10:15: a.m. Morning FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. t
Worship; 11 a. m. Evening Worship OF STARKE Midweek service. Wednesday. t t

7:30: p, m. Mid-week Prayer West Weldon St. and Raiford 7:30: p. m. E.: R. Bowers, D. D..
Service Wednesday 7:30: p. Road pastor. &
m. Come:! let us worship together Sunday School: 10:00: a. m.

Charley -Rev.., Allen Price, pastor 11:00: a, m. Mornlnz Worship: GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH ,.. i ...., ,. ;,
--: -
6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: STARKE

p. m. Evangelistic Services. Sunday School.; 10 a. m. MornIng A At
Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. MidWeek WII':: IP. 11. Tral1 tang U.i.Isn. : t FAULKNER

$9.95Bradford County Tele. Prayer Meeting B p, m. Evening Woe sa: :!'. SERVICE'U.HAUL '
lni graph. Ph. 61-6305.. Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. '7. Wednesday Prayer Senic?. GULF SERVICE SERVICE

,7:30Re: ,'. Virgil Lovetl puv'tor.
About This Question: lit TI,.* C'nimtv .,"<1ucN'; ('riurlihi. ..rt* CHURCH OF GOD '' t Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 t
oiutr Ol RENTALS
llrinltfuitl I Loony 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.

"We had an auto accident i-nn.. 'I 11..III* V, Knlgi.i. Sunday School 10 a, m. Worship SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST Tire Truing
1.000) miles from home. We !IV' .as. .I ITil. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.m. CHURCH
.. Sl.u- i.f Vli.iUl.i .1ie: 7:30 633 W. Pratt St Sunday services t Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting
Mere mighty!: pleased when r,1, '..n. Illli I- nlvil In tli., : Prayer Meeting Friday : p. t
10 m.
our Ions: distance phone "i I Y..ti-:;td,! '.inv 1'1! .liiii-l.x;il; nt:. n.itifl.'l ilintutMtin n.-Rev L. S. Williams pastor Preaching: Sunday 11 School a. m. Training a. Complete Lubrication Brake Service
nt |"inr|>"rtiiiffto BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
vail to brought in Tiuin
your agency n \\'III nod TV At t illn Sunday School: 10 a.m.; MornIng Union, 5:45: p. m. Evening Worship Minor Tune-Ups Wheel Balance and
n local insurance adjusterto 1 I. the \\t\ .. h.m L.. II welcome. t::::..:.. $
,. ..t f N.-iUl d h"' tli lit Worship 11 a. m.; Evening 7 p. m.
I in
promptly handle our .iilmittrrt to invlintt Prayer' -Elder A. O. Flynn pastor 21-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment
7:30: m.;
Worship p.
claim our auto repairs and l' 'i.i:.it IV art li* r.'l"v cuiiimvnliiM ,, .. ed 7:30 m. Wednesday :! 1011 N. Temple Avenue
medical payments. Doessuch 1 -is" ..l\. lul.ii in.iiiili-', II' .it% Meeting : p. : FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT::\ ROAD SERVICE
J. C. Hesters, pastor.
iml.llriitlunff Rev.
or tlu- (h'.I t t
th" il.it.
cliiim service' extend Ill folict" npi"ur, In pnM! Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE 964-5899 All Minor Repairs
,' ,, > NII\V ennuiIf.. t iiiviiii 9:45 Morning Worship UO S. Temple Starke
all over the continental: ,''lit. and ,tlii* a.t..n1.. "' iM"iu MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL School, : a. m. I
why .
>' nn. Will\ apr.t3' 10:45: a. m. Evening Service N. Ave. Starke
mM 617 Temple
l'.S.\. : ;'' \ i In n'lnilttliitf Sunday-9:45: a, m. Sunday -
li.'iil'l' in t r nnl't"r> 6:30: p. m. Midweek Sex-
School 11:00: a. m. Morning t
Charley E. ;'i,'I."i Iii .n .\. V.iwn. rantifudda, \ [ Worship 6:00: p. m. Training Vice, Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. STARKE BUILDERS

JOHNS AGENCY 11..1,1\'t',1\ l 1',1..,| r.! .O.iitm.i*. Litiiiu.li i rinrliliili C'l-il' 1.t 1. Union, 7:00: p m. Evening Wor- -Charles Reese, mlnlstei SUPPLIES Inc. t LAWSON

srt..> ship. ,
;, Si"in V, ST.fARK'S: EPISCOPAL t
131 So. Walnut St. Kr't. Wednesday::30 Prayer Services MEAT MARKET
Phone 964-5070 '. :.' it ;1"17 1st and 3rd Wednesday Sunday Services: Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE INC.
night-1:00: p. m. Family night AND COLD STORAGE
8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist.
t Complete Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.25
9:30: a. m. Church School. We Specialize In Custom Slaughter- t
10:30: a, m. :Family Service. and Sporting Goods
11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
(Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd lag, Cutting and Wrapping-

.......'. Sundays and 4th Sundays: Morning). Prayer 2nd t "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep Freeze t

''* -J. Thomas Staab, Recto
219 964-5270
Washington St.
.'... 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEAND

..',,.';. .... 01 HAMPTON: CHRISTIAN Ph. RETAIL
CHURCH U. S. 301 North 964.7600 t
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Phone 964-7059

worship Worship 7:50.::>at -11.Rev.Evening Car] t FLORIDA

Clarke, pastor. DAD & BRAD SALES t

l:0 EST

Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng ONTROL

Worship at 11. Training 24Ft. Wide Under New Ownership
Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night & tilt CI).
@;! IIIIIIII J Prayer Meeting 7:30: followedby t Also 12Ft. Wide Your Certified Muster t
choir practice. Starke Nursing
/ Home service, 2:45: p. m. Dry Cleaner
II //////
-Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. t 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Campers and Trareltrailers
Free Moth-Proofing
Here's your faster t
Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heights
Auto Loanat MADISON STREET Free Pick-Up and Delivery

BAPTIST CHURCH Inspections. and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473.4320
lower cost! Morning Sunday! Worship School. ,9:45 11.: a.Youth m. 311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5701 t

Sounds great? It is! So save money on the Choir Youth Fellowship Practice Supper 4:30: p. 5:45:m. WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT

over-all cost of any new '69 car-by financ- Training: Union. 6:15.: WMU't EDWARDSGrocery t

ing it here and now! Fast service, clearly- Prayer Circle, 7:15.: Evening CO. and Market
Worship, 7:30.:
stated terms, simple monthly payments, Tuesday RA meeting, 6:30:

really low bank rates. and your initial car p.t m. t Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed ,
be included if Wednesday Prayer MeetIng -
insurance premium can you
Business Meet- Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems
7:30: p. m.
wish. Come in! Jne at 8. Church Choir Practice t BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards t
Thursday Sunbeams and 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke
: GAs. 3:30: p. m. ,
Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312


Sunday School. 10 a, mHorning .j

:: Worship at 11. Training t Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better t
IA/DA Union. 6:43.: Evening Wor
ship. 7:30.: -Rev. Luther A. Me Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911
Gee, pastor I
I t

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. TYPEWRITERS: Manual 01Electric.

of the Florida National Group For tale or rent. -
One of 30 Banks Bradford County Telegraph. !t. --J
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I"," : 'j i k-: lS 1\\\1f\ \\ Dear Mr. Matthews: "

Dim As a newspaperman and :a

D, in s..t. : ..yL.! ...ti (I" celt( community; : leader I thought
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G.O'P.s....., r: -- ie..r'I ":.'::-:-, '\1 the fallowing Item In: The
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Boothbay Register, established
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The Differences '\ .... -- -''''
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standpoint I
_" 1' y.. -. ; :_ a selfish ,
j .: -:. -: could follow in the
According to speculation, many Americana lie-interest issues of the day. ,---- ...,.' ., wish footsteps Starke of this "Revival

may stay away from the polls on Before Congress passed the Federal .Squad Organization" as I have

election day because they say theyjcan't Farm Act in 1916 to provide long term vascular trouble

see enough difference between Richard loans to farmers Sen. Works (California -> c .w : But I do sincerely believe

Nixon and Hubert Humphrey to make Republican) rose in the Senate chamber that many a Starke resident

voting worthwhile.This to describe the measure as "one of would sleep much easier if
is vicious pork barrel they knew that they and their
not only a dangerous attitude. the worst and most

but also a mistaken one. There is a great pieces of proposed legislation that has h s 0/ : 1L loved"helping ones hand might this: way receive in an a
deal of difference between the men and ever come before" this body." : J-- urgent hour of need. Don't: you

the parties which they represent. In 1936. the Soil Conservation and '_ WHA4130PPENED agl'ee'1
In spite of all the Madison Avenue Domestic Allotment Act to protect land __ Sincerely

skill in refurbishing the image of Mr. resources! and prevent soil erosion was ? Wm. H. Summers

Nixon his party hasn't changed a bit. described by Rep. Martin (Republican, New Englander Mate].

"; It still clings to the past, with almost Massachusetts) as "the grasp of federal '
malned the Jams with A L
psychotic; zeal, and is mortally afraid of control over millions of farmers. They Alvarez as chief and Ben Holtz-:

the future. are to be dominated and regimented for endorf: his assistant on daytime

: Only the names and faces are different all-time." duty. W. 1;. Thornton: and Fred

r The "party of negative inaction," Even banking legislation failed to escape Sapp and Mack Morgan covered!

l- : which was President Truman's way of Republican tongue-lashing. The night duty.

$}I describing the Republicans back in 1950. Federal Reserve! Act of 1913, establishing -

I # has been consistent in its resistance to effective supervision over the bank- N Starke had a lady pharmacist
T back In 1943. She! was employed
r, forward-looking programs as far backas ing system, was greeted by Rep. Dyer I by Carpenter's Drug

' .. 80 years ago when the Congress pass- Republican Colorado) as bringing on :?_ ? Store. Her nam.M'u. Mary

> ed the Interstate Commerce Act of 1887 "unrest! and distrust" and would "do Reederand although she. hatf

(%' over GOP objections of "persecution." our banks and the people generally a Polls Can Be Wrong Remember 19481FARMER'S first! obtained her license In

L t., Take the present Republican members great injustice." Georgia, she was a native Flor-

ri of the House-including, of course, In 1928, the Hoover Dam for the Development Idlan.n. Hsr. father .had.__ been a_

Florida's Rep. Ed Gurney, who now of the Colorado River Basin made at this time and plans pharamaclst !in Putnam Countyfor
many'yrar Miss Reedei
?k", aspires to the Senate-and you'll find: was the "first long stride towards com- DIARYthat were announced to open soon came here from! Atlanta.

-93 per cent voted to kill the medicare munism," according to Rep. Sproul (Republican f -

;, hill. Kansas), and GOP oppositionto some newly.'et plants were In the reorganization! of With Our Men in Service! :
Starke City Council H, A, Bishop -
\ -90 per cent voted to kill the poverty TVA is consistent.In As far as weather was concerned getting a double:> dose! :!' of moisture was reelected as chaiiman. Luther J, Lennon W. T. 2nd

; bill. 1932, the Norris-Laguardia Act to the big news last week as it was raining and tie The new members listalled clan, who: is serving' on fie

j.)). -68 per cent voted to kill the education stop the arbitrary misuse of federal was a lady known: as Gladys, grower turned had hIs Irrigation system were: : W. E. Torode, Jr. and USS Mustln. and Charles D.
: on.
(" bill. court injunctions was found to be a who! threatened: to:>> dump 1lot W. M. Edwards. Edwards wasa Lennon. A.M.M. 3n"\ class, who
!. stationed at tr-n US Naval
h r.j. -80 per cent voted to kill all funds "long march in the direction ofMoscow" of water o.i this area, but lt But then as veteran growerswill member of the! council nine Air Station Bpnana River.
: by Rep. Beck (Republican, us off lightly. Even though it tell berries can standa years ago but Torode is serving '
f for model cities. you Florida are both v'sitlng: the.I'
had been billed as a small hurricane h! first term Charles A, Darby
r'r -72 per cent voted to kill the minimum Pennsylvania). we were afraid that it lot of water. When we raised in and parents. Mr and: Mrs Ezra
was sworn: as mayor
the two them there were times when
comparison of Lennon
t- wage bill. Bringing would bring: heavy rains and Holl's!' V. Knight: was appotited '
fie: middles
so-called "modern day" Republicans parties more up to date and bringing flooding as we we racked w en Barefootwas Charles!! Hadv'ro: : !has been
F These\ are possibly caue: full of water but the city attorney: : P1: :>
were \ ;
!(, but they are act-alikes and it very, very close to home, is the re- had in late August. But at our By Sam McGarvey plants didn't mind !H nearly as reappointed:: to the Bond: W employe'E. 1111-,10:1.:\"( in tie. runtSUDI"office cf Dr.

ir. tnlk-alikes of their predecessors who cent experience of Clay Electric Cooperaof place, at least, we had no mare much as Sam did. Trustee and R C, Buford renamed 1n *'!-d! -t 1 "'f Public, Instruction!! -
Heights in trying to elicit rain than we normally get a fire chief. O. C. Geiger!
" fought tooth and nail against security Keystone get enough to pay for the 20 has J> r"'It"'p.1< his rojltlon 1::> : and
from a heavy shower. was named head of garbage col.:>
'J I legislation when it was first proposed statements from the two U. S. Senate calves which will be awarded to Remember Fibber McGee'sfamou'l lection. evrecty! M "nt-r 'b'' Army Air

'. by a Democratic administration candidates on their views of REA. ExGovernor The night the storm was due the winners. Agali this: year, closet, which! he often The police department le- Cops in the near future,
Collins replied promptlyand said he was going to clean out
the Bradford Club will
Leroy Roping
several decades
ago. in this area of the: state, we
Just listen to the sad refrain of forthrightly that he supported and waited for the wind to rise, and stage a Horse: Show as part of some day get? so Well.loaded Sam up let with 011'cal'pol't \ FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM''

"gloom and doom" that they've been would continue to support Rural Electri- finally: about 4 a. m, there were the program. r Junk and: odds and ends that:

t, singing every four years for more than fication legislation. At last word, the jjiiie Rises and a tree branch While firm date has been finally: he had to clean it out '
Co-op was still waiting for a reply from hit the roof, and we thought no At the time. he wondered Just ale .
, a quarter of century: set vet for the! Pecan Market : 0 (:
In for
fiat we were really it.
r4" but his past how! could
In 1940 the Republican platform Congressman Gurney- But that was about the oily opening, as of this writing Bob anyone pnlbly accumulate J,
Ii: charged that the New Deal was "sapping "agin everything" voting record actually sign we had of Gladys, even Allen says It will be sometime so much! stuff In so j
and of industrial made a reply unnecessary.It around: the first of the month. short a time, and then woundup
l he strength vigor" our though the "eye" of the stormwas .
most of it
by saving; anyway.It topics
1; system. Four years later "econo-' has become a pattern-this Repu- north of Daytona Laterwe Reports of the CI'OP'ary., with ;

mic life was being destroyed" by the lican fixation with obstruction, and Mr. found out fiat: most of the some growers saying they have looks as if'the effort:> to get
, Nixon's feeble attempt to endow his wind and rain was to the east good :yield, while; others laying By PALL C. FORAKER
i ,Republicans in 1945 it could )party with a newimage of "modernism' ?... of the center. for them. Fortunately' Gladys protection: : system set up is, Editor Information Services t

. 'load only' to ruin::" .: .. ,. mif\" isuhelied. by hisl.''own* voting record' Plails'are. pretty. wellrset. ''Wil for diet tH.\ not' ..Wt in tfi"thU I)! area so because'gaining' support.when a We pel's hope:>!"lives so, ,- .., .." .,..,,, '.t'ln' > .w 1
19.i6 National Com- Congress. < little damage
rt was no '
In the Republican i.id
the < annual Calf Scramble out in the county, he needs' Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation ( may not like the flavor or the
, warned of the "trend toward so- Whatever the issue-whether yesterday will be held No16 at toe the nut crop from wind or
mitte which! rain. some sort of fire protection. Program has a new pam effect or the custom of using
cialism." And things were getting progressively today, or tomorrow-the Republican the Bradford County: fairgrounds However we also think: that he phlet now available for free alcoholic beverages. They may
worse by 1950 because the carry on with the same old refrain and the Chamber of ought! to be willing to contribute: distribution entitled "Thinking be going along with parents'
Democratic Party program was leadingto "they're agin it." Commerce committee in chaise Berry growers are active, as something to help pay for it, About Drinking." It's geared wishes, girl friend's or boy
the selU
is at
Are the American people ready to fol- raising funds: is busy trying to llJ-OUt season: for the teen-ager, and containsa friend's preferences, athletic
"disaster!' and ruin for our country. hand. At one farm we noticed number of thoughtprovokingideas. rules their crowd'shabits.
Go back even further in history, when low such negative leadership? People in tie! .vicinity of training. or

I the GOP's most notable spokesman expressed We can't believe that they are. Keystone the Keystone:Heights Heights contribute Volunteer:> to: Among other things, "Thinking Other teen-agers do choose to

: the Party's position on the pub- Fire Department and in: return About Drinking" states that a use alcohol in some form. Beeris
majority of teen-agers (meaning their most likely choice. They
I'ecea'slstace when!
Collins "Positive" G urney "Negative'Statement a1 its a woman's ted. !We! know peisonaJly reques of this about W/c ) say that before may like the beverage or the
0'r leaving high school they have effect it has on them. Or they
plan for one time we followedthe :>
When a newspaper with I titer consen"a- that he did not seek the fed '" K. H. fire truck out in the "u sed"" alcoholic beverages. may be seeking to be acceptedin
"Use the
says pamphlet, may Some
tive background and philosophy of The eral posts but took them at the requestof county and it scooted:: all over: : mean anything from a single bray some be rebelling certain group.against par

Florida-Times Union endorses a candidate the President of the United States, r'By t the sand: hills out there before drink-or even a.taste of some ents' restrictions, while others
it is pretty sign that NAB the voluntercs burl: the fire one else's drink-to fairly reg-
a sure any lie stepped from the lucrative postto may be following family cus
liberal label that might have been attached one paying less than a third as much. Martha Sue McCain and put it out. ular weekend beer binges toms.
I communities few
to him is unjustified.That Entailed was a political, as well as a County Extensions We understand that the KIT as In 20 some% may have used, alcohol as For the teen-ager who choosesnot
to touch booze in form,
is why the T-U's Sunday en- financial sacrifice. Home Economics Agent firefighters respond: to all calls. but In other areas the figure any to hide
there's need to
dorsement of former Governor Leroy "Collins has been more liberal In whether a Tome owner out. In may range as high as 80%. from the no fact that, he try or she Is

Collins for the United States Senate outlook than we would prefer," says t the county: has contributed: or The percentages vary tremendously an abstainer. There are strong,

came as n pleasant surprise. the conservative newspaper, "but he by not. However most of them do throughout the country sensible reasons for not drinking

"The editorial board of the Times- no means is as liberal as he has been LOOK TO LEATHER FAVORITE FILLINGS --r"ry, on fie' prem,!!e. that depending on age, sex, family and any reason for abstaining
t't might ,:,tU.(,, fast- habits, religious background,
From head to toe: leather is ; go a Is sensible reason for a
\ Union and Journal considered the records portrayed: by his political opponents. Loklng for sandwich! fillings! ,.., !'f t'1'IIU from friends' attitudes, and com a
definitely an "IN" fashion 10: to fill the lunch! pail or eat out. came a paId. teen-ager, providing he or she
- of both candidates and feels that "His history has been that of doing contributor munlty customs.
fall boots, bonnett:> : slacks, of hand at snacktlme? Here'sa up sees it clearly and honestly.There's .
Collins would be the more effective voice whatever job he had to do and doingit and handbags A first "tasting" experiencewith
skirts, jacket, vsts, wide choice of favorites to never any need for a
for Florida in the U. S. Senate the well whether that job alcohol may occur before
can: make a complete try while! peanuts and peanut teen-ager to apologize for not
a boy or girl reaches the age
editorial !said.Reviewing' be representing Leon County in the Legislature matching ensemble.: products are plentiful These of 13. If parents drink, this first drinking. It takes guts to say

Collins long and distinguished serving as Florida's governor Leather has long: been a fav were tested and developed by 25 Years Ago taste most often means havinga "no thanks" to a drink. He

f career of public service, The as NAB president, or as a presidential orite. But keeping it looking food specialists by USDA's Agricultural few sips of a parent's beer or should expect others to respecthis

, Times-Union said its decision was reached appointee."For like new can be a problem. Research! Service By Alice McOal'VV wine or mixed drink-in diluted choice.

i "despite! the sometimes great differences this reason,. we believe that he Many leather garments needa Peanut butter sandwich: fillings form-at home.Curiosity "Thinking About Drinking"
special cleaning process not each! recipe makes a cup and the urge to has more to say on this subject
of well in the U. S.
. opinion we have had in the would represent Florida
offered by cleaner. But of ) and it's for the asking.
every filling The social evr.t:: : of October experiment ordinarily promptthe yours
past> with some of Collins' words and Senate. now more garments are being DATE- One-half cup peanut 1943 was fie; reception given! at first "tasting" experience Just drop a line to FARP's

poitlons.Ve! believe that his actual ac- "Congressman Gurney has earned a cut from leather tanned by a butter, one half cup chopped the USO to welcome Brlg'.dler': After this, many teen-agers Information Services Box 1147

complishments loom larger than these reputation as a strong conservative dur- process that makes the! garments pitted dates. 1 teaspoon lemon:: General andf.", Eugene W. choose not to use alcohol. They Avon Park, Fla., 33825.

differences." ing hi* six years in the Congress, but washable. This cuts upkeep juice, one-half. cup thick salad Fates and his Camp Blandtng:

The editorial points out that after his his record has been more negative than costs and makes leather dressing. Mix lightly. staff to the community.The : .

tenure as Governor, Collins became creative. The United States must solve more practical! than ever Pineapple One-half! cup pea ;ballroom; was decoratedwith
Several years ago U3DA'sAgricultural nut butter, one-half cup drained large: palms and basketsof
president of the National Association of sensible
its problems with approaches.It .
Research Service!
crushed ,
pineapple.) Mix lightly flowers and the tea tables!
Broadcasters, resigning that post at the is not enough to say no. Proposalsand developed a way to tan leather PRUNE One-half cup peanut were arranged to carry out a

the first director of the Community Re- programs must be developed in a wits! glutaraldenyde.: a new tan. butter, one-half cup chopped patriotic motif in red roses,

the first director of the Community Re- commonsense manner and must be car. ning cnemical. Leather tannedby prunes, 2 teaspoons: lemon white asters and blue ribbons.On ) .

; lations Service in the U. S. Departmentof ried out. t.iis: process is washable: and juice! 2 teaspoons prune juice. the receiving: line: with: : the
, resists acids: alkalis. and pers Blend well.
Commerce.It "To summarize our assessments of hosieries was Mayor Charles!
!rauon. APRICOTOnehalf pea A, Darby. Mrs. R A Green
of federal
was during period
the two believe that ColUns'accomplishments
men we Fine! leather coats and other nut butter one-third cup chopped ) presided at the coffee table and
service that Collins angered some Southern in public life have that loft and pliable cooked
garments: are apricots (sweetened Mrs. O. L, Beasley poured tea.
conservatives, the editorial pointsOut spoken louder than his words, while ) can be made from glutar* 2 tablespoons thick salad Hostesses were Mrs. H, C.

but ". we find truth in Collins' Gurney's words in Congress have spoken aldshyci- treated leather. They dressing. Mix lg1tly.CRANBERRY! Rltch. Mrs. D. p, Carpenter

louder than his accomplishments." are resistant to shrinkage even SAUCE One- Mrs. Julius L. Thorn, and Mrs. MLetb
at high temperature and with half cup peanut butter, onehalfcup L A, Davis, chairman.' Those .
stand washings with soap and cranberry sauce. Mix: "behind: the. lines" making r. r

The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH :=.-- ... water. lightly. things: work smoothly were Mrs.T *+
[ vosr :
/ \;).'- One' seriously damaged by RAISIN One-half cup pea H. Osborne Miss Della Rosenberg. its
,..' Improper spotting or cleaning, nut butter One-half
-. cup chop Mrs. W. L. Blair, Mrs.
O "' -,; 0 leather usually cannot be re- ped raisins: 2 teaspoon;; : I lemon J. W. Klncald.! Miss Dorothy CORRECT STORAGE .I..m. I his i I. especially important
ESTABLISHED 1879 e.rr stored. Find out how to care juice, one-th'rd' cup milk or Johns, and Miss Marie Register.The PROTECTS INVESTMENT: It the motor has .been lined in tall
; for leatheT" garments and their cream. Mix lightly Storing: your outboard motor for water. While the motor I i. running

upkeep costs. Purchase accordIng PICKLE RELISH One-hall Starke police force "very the winter i i. a two step proems. inlrodiii some runt prr\rnti\e oil. directly
dtt4Bi61Do Into the corhiiretnr. Let the
a IMeeaFLOR1 to your budget and sense cup peanut butter, onethirdcup nearly maintained Itself," financially First perform the rrronimemleiJ select routine motor run a few recnnd until the
not fear, only believe. of values., Save hangtags and pickle. relish! 2. tablespoonsthIck in 19-42-43 from fines and maintenance where and the then change In aUnripe oil i i. completely. circulated.A .

A ESSASSO -(Mark 5:36). directions! for care and refer to salad dressing. Blend forfeitures which totalled $9,50!, temperature, area and humidity are not clean fuel. system will guard

We know that God's poweris these when cleaning and removIng well.CARROT accbrding to Police Chief A. L. ton extreme. iniiunm gummy": deposits that will
ON spots. Follow:> directions to AND RAISIN Wide fluctuation cause hard Marling next pring.
1' T at work now. righting all One Alvarez Mst of the:!' many can .
Drain the fuel tank and lines. Remote
avoid costly m'ftakes."Moat fourth moixture that will ,
cup peanut butter having runt pi-lon ring
forth one- from finer and forfeitures
conditions, bringing and clean the fuel filter and
wall and ..erhead hearing
half cup shredded carrots, 2 to do with! selling whiskey cylinder po bowl.
whatever is needed. God is the
*, warn Bill Spaeth, manager ofengineering
almighty power of good of tablespoons chopped ra'slni' 2 illegally or driving while under : at F.vlnrllde1010": lour owners manual will recommend .
tablespoons tllck! salad dress- the influence of alcohol While the a lubricant for the gear cane
E. I.. MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher love, and through Him can we t.rs e 1 1An Ing. Mix lightly.VEGETABLE! the part engine:. will may wear tart rapidly nevt.pring hnu_ini.| Dram and refill according,

I Published each Thursday and entered as Second work out every condition and One-half cup I.ovett Groceteria planned to leading to an early oterhaul. The to these direction Remote the propeller.

' Clan Matter at the Pott Office at Starke. Florida situation in our lives.ThroughGod peanut butter, one-half! cup open a store in Starke. Site of ignition ylem and the gear cane the lubricate with the shah and ,reinstall
harmonize our relations chopped housing also vulnerable to the prop a new cotterpin.
we can celery stalks with the aelf-servlce grocerywas are
under Act of March 3rd. 1879. new Once again turn to your owner'*
t with all the people we of the guy who leaves, one-third cup grated in the Green Building on damage Kvinrude caused! by moisture.'The manual. It will contain a list. of all.
Subscription la trade area 1 year. W.50; Outside meet in our daily lives. God wheels aren't even carrots: 2 tablespoons french! Call Street "where. Alexander'swas the following engineer maintenanceche recommends filling and "wear points" Ih.r'f'-
I trade area 1 year, .S5.00. supplies our every need. claim to dressing: one-eighth tea.poon formerly: located. Necces- <.k liefore storage. Kim the motorin quire lubrication. A* a final step
.0. spokesmen. salt. Blend well. sarv alternations: : were being fresh water to flush the cooling, wipe. down the entire motor.

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Itv1T YYYYYYYY.YYYYYTY Wednesday 8 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs.W. S.Crews and I
JACKSONVILLE LAWTEY' David Gillian of Jacksonvile: and:!
Mrs. Pierce Crews were Thurs-
1 Blanchard day overnight visitors of (Mrs .
Bj Enxst!: .
'Crews' ,brother. W. H. Riavss
AAAAAA AA AA AA A6A and famly in Dothan, Ala On

Business Directory Carnival SaturdayDon't Friday Boot morning they graduation all attended at OHS Slavic.Ov11 STOP.
forget to come to the
Fort Benning. W. S. 'Crews Jr.
PTA Carnival Saturday: evening
and er jov the fish dinner servedat was one of the graduates and
Auto Sales and Service MOTORCYCLES 6p.. m. was given the :rating of PFC-EI. i
The Lawtey Ministerial Assn. On Sunday afternoon Mr. and:! .. .
Parrish Motors will show the film "In His Mrs. Crews were in Cnmpvllle
HONDA Steps" at Lawtey school ca'e- where they visited the family of
torium on Saturday evening No- Bryan Whitfield who died last 21 MODUS
SALES I'AONTESA vemter 2, 7:30: p, m. This will Friday. On Monday Mrs. Crews
SERVICE be free and: we hope a good and her niece Mrs. -W. F. At-
PARTS MOTORS & (pYCLES CO. number will come weed attended the funeral. In
The Methodist: Homecoming on Shllo Cemetery Fruitland Park i
See Honda's Hot 8501! w.
Sunday was a great event witha Visiting the Crews family on ..
Always Good Used Cars 4949 1
Standing Blvd.
large attendance Rev. J. T. Monday afternoon were:: Mr.
921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 Phone 111-82'"
Thompklns !brought: the ,
-I msssage Crews' brothel 1-n-law and slstei. LOW
BEAUTY ACADEMY MOTORS A CYCLES and good music was furnished '. Mr. and M.-s.W H. Rlshard-:: CASH rtici
4949 Standing; Blvd. 111-8%'44 by the choir with Mrs. Ernest son of Orange Park

American """mm (Veils at the organ and: Mrs Weekend visitors of Mr and:
MUSIC Will Edwards at the piano. Following !Mrs T. V. Duck were Mr. and!
Hairstyling __ the servIce a picnic dIn- Mrs. D E. Nilan and daughter:
ner was served on the lawn and of Jacksonville and Mrs. Duck's: .. I
Academy Paulus Music Co. every one enjoyed the fellow- aunt Mrs. M. A. Johnson,, of 3 IR. CONUINWCHE t .m r: .
21 W. Monroe 353-9591 ship. Ssvsal visitors from local Columbus, Oa. Thy all attended IMMIDIAnCONSfaue10N aalaa.l f yVMl I wawa..MMM
Band A String Instruments churches were In attendance. Homecoming on Sunday.Mr. ,
Riverside Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers Those from out of town included and Mrs. 0. L. Petjrsonof { a0 aw
Miss Catherine Young of Lake- Jacksonville were weekend: rap
Hairstyling ** School SuppIlnatructJon: 1 I land Mrs. Ruth Baker and:: Ed- visitors cf Mr. and Mrs. R. E. A NEW HOME "= 'IV'''''' ......,.
Academy Roberts Recorders) ward Edwards of Jacksonville, Lee and .John. --
1851 Part: St.! 388-8537 Llbrary-JCxp.oM Mr. and Mrs. Orvlla Bumgard- Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest, *
Modern Styling Repair Department ner or Green Cave Springs, Lamar, and Chuck and; 'Allen THAN IT DOES TODAY.
Qualified Instructors 41 W. Monroe 805-8447' 'Mrs. Chares Nasworfiy and son: Norton visited Ms. Pilast'sbrotherinlaw low PAYMINT MONTHLY New home costs have increased substantially since Just last year,and the trend
of WhItehouse iMrs. Earle
I >In V. A. Hospital -
Accredited Dav or Nlrht- VA Classes Anproved\ PIANOS Hatcher formerly Miss Dolly in Lake City Sunday after will continue. Take advantage of present values. Buy-at today's low prices-

Dlrkins, of Tampa Mr. and noon.Mr and watch the value of your home increase as construction costs rise.
F.T.F.r.TRlr. MOTORS Mrs. W, F. Cody of Hampton and Mrs. Jack1 Wainwright -
FOIt MUSICAL ADVICEC. i Lake, Mrs. Paulina Torode of and family of Waycross, .
Peavy Brothers CARTER NICE Klngsey Lake, Charles Dinkins Ga. were weekend visitors of !k @[booaii: ) ) )@ @f1 o a n a o g gThe
Mrs. L. H. Futch, and: Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright and were
Ele tnc: CO. Mrs. H E. .Hugglns. Mrs. L. at Homecoming U SHORT TO PAY YIAIS
FLKCTRIC' MOTORS! H, Futch and Mr., and Mrs. Edward Visiting Mr. and Mrs. H C. ;, lack of mortgage
An'RenICf'c1Re""lrl'derators : Walnwrljht and: family all Wainwright during the weekend .
III wont be
: a problem
of Starke and others. money
Starters IQ were daughter, Mrs. PatricIa
Armature Rewinding = The Sub!: District MYF meet- ( Waters and daughters t when you choose
4044 Lenox 387-2528 ing was held at the Methodist and Mrs. Walnw rights brother- .. ""
_ a.: Church Monday evening, Mrs. in-law and sister. Mr. and:! Mrs. j. J' I Jim Walter to build
MATERNTY WEAR"Jacksonville's z Ernest Wells presided! : at the Al Perser, and children of Jack. TOP QUALITY i
KIMBALL "SWINGER" organ. A program, "Christian aonvllle. They attended Home M TlIIALI your new home.
Fellowship at Church in the coming
ORGANS Home. With Friends," was presented We are pleased to note that Millions are available
Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 by Ricky and: Debbie Mrs. Leon Starling is Improving
Starling, Cherrl and Dibble Napier at Riverside: HospitalwSsia for mortgage financing.
SEWING CENTER Cindy .Duck: Elane Wain- she underwent surgery last. Jec a8QtJ: aui&1u J
right, Debbie! Scott and Ma- week. She has the best wishes Why wait ?
trn Djck: Ushers were Lamar and:! prayers of her friends CIfIIICIS IN mw ecoml--/oute. Cottage*
H.&N. Priest and Chuck Norton. After Mr. and Mrs Donn Lee are rouowma locAnoiMiJACKSONVILLE. *
Most Complete the meeting Mrs. Eugene Star. spending his leave. with! Ms
Shop for Mother-to-Be CENTER ling served refreshments to 75. mother Mrs Eugene Pearson, 100%FINANCING BUILT OK YOUR PROPERTY
Methodist: Men's Fellowship Mr. 'Pearson, and other rela
JUDY'S Console model makes fancy designs will meet Monday night Oct lives FLA. 32205 FINISHED TO ALMOST ANY STAGE OF

MATERNALANE stitches, monograms, overcasts 28. Orvlle Bjmgarner: of Oren Rev. and Mrs. Joe Raulersonof 3281 West Beaver St. INTERIOR COMPLETION [rM WALTER CORPORATION I
1 sews on buttons make i Cove Springs will be guest Orlando were visiting Mr. P. O. Box 6248 I (Moll to tho nMr.it oHic.) I It
button holes and blind stitches.,. I
1007 Park Si. 355-5015 No attachments ..Demonstrators speaker. and; Mrs L. P. R:1: .'use over the PH: 3881589: 1 t would Ilko to know moro about your building and J
Church Activities weekend. financing plan Plow tnd mo a Ins catalog |
MOTORCYCLES 771-1850$48 or $6 per mo. Call Jai t Grace United Methodist: : Sun- Weekend; visitors of Mr. and OCALA, y, I am lnt.r.tt.d In a... Q Homo Q Cottago I
m day School 9:45: a. m., Wcrshlp Mrs B. E. Reddish were their FLA. 32670 Jim Waffcr NAME
Triumph WESTERN STORE 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. MYF granddaughter and Mrs. Red. 3001 South Pine St. '' '' "'' '"' '''"'""' I ADDRESS

Of Thursday 8 p. m dish's, rsphew, Pete Darman, P. O. Box 954 :.%%%" CITY _STATE, I
First Baptist: Sunday School of Gainesville.
JacksonvilleYAMAHA 9:45: a, m,: Worship 11 a m. and Mr and Mrs. E. J. Rajlerson. PH: 6S4U18 \ Call, write, or stop by today. | T.ltphon. _
li located In County.
TRIUMPH Western 7:30 p, m. T.-alnng: Union 6:30p : visited their son. Mark, and | My property I
Store ---------- -
m.; Midweek services Wed-
lOco To 650ce famly in Mantlscllo Saturday -
nesday 7:30: p. m. and spent Sunday with their
Parts Service Western Clothing Leather

4228 Used Motorcycle In Stock goods Saddles and Trailer School Highland 9:45: a.Baptist m., Worship: Sunday 11 eon-ln-law and Mrs. and John daughter..Broward' Mr.and ,', "' -, ,'. ... .... \., -,'
Phillips Charles &
Hwy: U. S. I S. Sharon Petty'
a. m, and: 8 pm., Choir prac- children in Jacksonville
Jacksonville 359-7245 803 8. .
Edxvwood 884-1210
7pm. Prayer services Mrs. W. F. Mcors spent Sun-
-- day to Wednesday with! Mr and
Mrs. S. D. Andrews: and family


GAINESVILLE Many Burglaries OcO
; Could Be StoppedBy

Easy Rules

Almost 80 per cent of burglaries
involve forcible entry and:
Need many could be prevented by a
Help With Your few ekeeper's simple precautions part. on the

Common I"hazards found at p LEASE
include boxes piled
many stores
high behind the building, allow
ing easy entry through windowsor
from the roof, windows not
barred or sealed, "hidden keys" t
JJJGELe( :? outside the building and no 452 N. TEMPLE AVE.
lights burning at night. (U. S. 301)
Such hazards should be eliminated
and these precautionstaken FLORIDA1968Year

Open a Wilson'sE. glaries.prevent by :store-owners and discourage in orderto bur w 1 Y s

Padlock and bar all doors,
Install a burglar alarm system.
S. A. ; bar all windows on the inside,
as well as inside ventilator
ducts skylights and other open
-Empty cash registers and
Christmas Shopping in November, Pay Nothing leave them open each night
Until Next Year. No ervice turn clothing hangers in oppos-
Charge on This Account ite directions garments can- To Date Average

When Paid As Agreed. not easily.be separated and moved PER

These few simple steps cou-
YOU PAY pled with placing: dally receipt! 22,000 ACTUAL GALLONS MONTH
In a :night deposit or safe embedded
1/3 In in cement can be key
January factors in determining whetheror
not the burglar picks a storeto
1/3 In February rob. Omit them and he's
given a soft touch.

1/3/ In This recently
: March Bingo Illegal, remodelled white

I Says Circuit 35,000 GALLONS brick location,

: POTENTIAL FROM has 3 bays and

Circuit Judge in Jacksonville 2 lifts
to maximize
E.S.A.ISOJLyFOU has ruled unconstitutional:
1967 Florida statute exempting
a profits2Exlensh' .
bingo from lottery laws if 1-Busy Hiway U. S. 301.

it is conducted by non profit
Commercial and Farm
groups for charitable or reli-
PURCHASES MADE gious causes. Business. FOR
Duval County Circuit Court ADDITIONAL FACTS
IN1 1VOVEMBEISf + Judge Charles A. Luckie 'ruled :Heavily Populated Residential Area CALL JACKSONVILLE
on a suit brought against the 353-0941
You Greater Loretta Improvement Adjacent to Business District of MR. STEVE DUNN
May, However, Use Your ELS.A. fXPurcbal Association which has been Starke.

Made Oct. 28, 29, 30 and 31 and T.&. AcJy.- alga of the sonville.staging bingo games in Jack 5-High Volume Tires Batteries, OR WRITE

Savings During the Last 4 Days of WiUoa's. fib. Amu The ruling was expected to Accessories, and Mechanical Trade. SUN OIL COMPANY

mrsary Sale Going be appealed. P. O. BOX
on Now. If the ruling Is upheld by the 6-Commercial Range of 8 Custom- 14S
I Florida Supreme Court it could Blended Gasolines for Competitive JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32201
affect many church, civic and Pricing.
SHOP WILSON'S charitable. organizations in
Florida which have sponsored Evenings
or Weekends
bingo games under the 1967 Call:
9:3OA.Ma-9P.M. law. C. E. CHEW
LEGAL FORMS. Bradford -
County Telegraph. Ph.

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By Dorothy Mill SAVf
Phone 73.UlaA
A trlAuhop. y : ? j e y,

Sunday.Baptist School.Church 10 a. m.: *(

Morning Worship 11 a. m.: A ,
Training Union 6:30: p. m.;
Evening Worship, 7:15: p. m.;
Wednesday evening Prayer service .
7:30: p. m.. with choir
practice afterward. _
Rev. Merle Packham, Hope 1
Church Pastor was In Jacksonville :: .
Monday through Friday h
evenings of last week to con /
duct revival services at Lane h1 AMD1LB. JjJ
Avenue Baptist Church! _
.New. Life Bible Club (c__._ -.
A reminder: ta all children In
grades'1 through 6 of the meet. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-Pric s Good Thru October 27
ing of the New Lib Bible Club CAN FOLGER'S WINN.DIXIC .TOMBS, IMC. -COFYmaMT LQ
each Monday afternoon after Limit On Coffee Your Choice With $3.00.or Moro Purchase Excluding Clgortt
school in the: "C l1dren's Cha
pel" at Hope Baplst Church. AU
children In these grades are In. OFFEE.O..O. 59,
vited regardless! of denomination
: the only requirement is a . .
note from their
parents giving
permission! them to attend.A .
Bible verse memory program Limit On Coffee Your Choice With $3.00 or More Purchase Excluding Cigarette*

is part of the club activity andIt
is possible to win awards in '

this Halloween program Carnival 49? _

Win a purple COat the Hal- ooeoooeeooooi.

lowen Carnival Hampton this ..',.-_.. DIXII DARLING CAKI ?,THIRN ..IICUITFrostings..4I.
'Saturday Oct. 26 1 That's what <

we hear, and we think we'll go Flour.... ... 5 BAG 39
and try for it. have
as we never : '
seen a purple cow. Carnival be. Jumbo GALA PAPIR "-... ASTOR SA1AD CUSITowels

gins at 5 p. m, with costume Pickles. 29
judging at 5:30.: Mrs Rodney ....... 3/$1. .i. .. .. .
Hall says the carnival will be

with food"bigger, and more and It's booths better"nearby and,this to more year take 19-Ct. jeslsAs.3/I.} :::::: Paper 1OO-O.WMITI Plates 69

the kids and enjoy the carnival Na.303 Can THRIFTY MAID BART1ITT 1.....DIXII DARLING whk .yallaw,laman*Jay.load

.Saturday ng! st. Pears Cake Mixes 4/
Birthday Party .. .. 4/l. ;t
Happy Birthday (fOct. 1to! .
Miss Linda Sue Jones who observed -
the occasion with a par. BRANDUSDA W-D BRAND
ty Sunday afternoon at her W-D BRAND'.D. W-D BRAND Giant Six WHITE, BLUE & COLD WATER ARROW
home. Decorations were in pink CHOICE USDA CHOICE Limit On Detergent Your Choke With $5.00 or More Purchase Excluding Cigarettes
and white and delicious! refreshments -
were served to the 20 CORN rio CORN rn CORN"IID
friends who gathered to help DETERGENT 49'
her celebrate her 9th birthday. A RIB .
Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack-
Hagen were at Baldwin Sunday' On Detergent Your Choice With; $5.00 or MoN Purchase Excluding' Clgartttts'

afternoon. to attend the funeralof ,
Mrs. Annie Lou Braddock.who .
died Oct 17 in Baldwin. GIANT FAB. 59
Funeral services held at
!! were
the First! Baptist Church of eW. .

Baldwin with !interment at / 46....HloC All .1...,. No. 303 Can STOKIIY CUT

Brandy Braddock Branch was the Cemetery.sisterinlawof Mrs. FRUIT DRINKS... 4/$1 GR. BEAMS....... 5/$1

Mrs. Leonard Whitehead!! !! L6 Ha. 300 Can lYKI'S W/BIANS No. 303 Can STOKIIY Cream Styl. aCHILI..4$1

were Mr. din and! ."?Mrs.r guests Homer of Mr Brlison:und Wit. CORN........ 5/$1 1N.

Mrs. William: Beahler Sunday .. Vi Can VAN CAMP VIINNA No. 303 Can STOKIIY S*. 3
'everringw M. o.diwATyihCWAGMt"" ;'M' ''' A -- -

, Sunday: dinner!! guests of Mr. u ,,. SAUSAGE.51. SWT. PEAS..5fS1, '
and Mrs. Rodney Hall were her J No' :'h' Can' IATWILI Na. 2% Can #AN 'I

*f parents.Dansby Mr.of Starke and Mrs., and R, her O. I TUNA FiSH........ 5/$1 PORK & BEANS 4N. /$'

grandmother!! Mrs Marvin An. .. 303 Can STOKIIY TINY Na.' 300 Can VAN CAM 'IWHOLE

drews Guts of of Ozaik.Mr. and Ala.Mrs. E. S, BEETS.... 5/$1 KIDNEY BEANS..6/$1

Siblsy Tuesday through Thursday _
were her brother-in-law: : and i. .rs
sister.: Mr and: Mrs. Harry Na- ASTOR
deau who were enroute to their The Real Thing"Orange
home )1.1 Miami utter a vacation! '
in North Carolina Sunday { PURPOSE
, afternoon guests of the Sibleys!!
were her sonI:1loatd: : daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Charles

Johns Chris., and little granddaughter a / : I Bacon Apples JUICE

Guests of Steve Hall on Sun. II'
day was Ricky Jackson of II'I' l-LB. PKG. 5-LB BAG
Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and: '
"Rusty" visited her parents. L L' L6z.$1
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Strick 59? 69
land. at Florahome!! Monday.A .
ReminderWe 3 12-ox. Cons $1.
apologize::: for the lack of _
personal items In this week's
news but suppose that last
people at home and most company *
Steaks. Pork Chops..lB.68C1IAN
Pork .59
: away. Since the news goes .
In to The Telegraph: office on
Monday instead of Tueslav: .
this doesn't give your correspondent Ribs. 59 Butt Roast. 49
as much time to contact Spare LB. .. LB.

I you as previously. If you 3-3 Lit. A... IRISH PORK RIO OR LOIN PUSH HAIf OR WHOLI 10
have a news item a call from BAKERS BAG '
59 Pork -Hams. 59
Pork Roast.
you by noon! on Monday will bevery lB LB

much appreciated.Think ............................., ..............................

Euripides About said It! It: "1n a case EX.-rR --1---1-- EX.--R :

of dissension! never dare to '' JfH....GREEN. STAMPS..... .. ..6"1i.! GREEN STAMPS : 1 Regular POTATOES
judge until:! you've' heard: the! '/1I'[ --t..L-... ..W... M ,' __________ -U.DA--..-. ". W oNDn..M..M DJ Olt.aUICK M. 1 1 I
.other s de. '1 Ground Beef I 4",. ..0"D.uun. :
oho TNau.CT, tf I: TUIIK&Y.OCY..7.
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Ex-rRA.I"' TWO .*... .AHA !>.. ; I ICEILK
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Mexican Dinnersaooo Sfeakettcs EMPEROR RED

'8, elec;' :1 k vS': .a7 .....THRU...... .OCr,._..,.X7 1- **.000....,THRU.,..._OCT._....*7 'i 11-... MORTON OR OCOMA All FLAVORS MIAT S 1
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.iEXTAA.l .I. .i .XrA l DINNERS .. .. o . e .

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:II CM.00 TONHorn 1.." AIHOAOL VPIIAVFantasHk ; '. BAG Carrots 10 1 Lemons 12/39*'

I DinnerOOO OCT. 17 i: ...n... THOU Cleaner Ocoar. a7 : 2-l.. Pk.. TASTI O' SIA SRIADID PITCH . .
.a. .. : :::. .:. ...aooo._ :. : <,
...'!.-. ..,..__........_.._...._ ... "'".H'--".ow_:_._.. ... STEAKS. . .. .. 99 9U** U-P N.1 OIOROIA RID WIIT Ur*. Slsa RIPS filMI

I EX.-rR r'eA : EX.-rAA. :. 16-e..TASTlO'SiA Potatoes 59 Avocados 3/$1
.. .
i I Tat. CAN PL.O.a ?.,. N.. lll0w viNiunMORTON .
1 14-ox. CAN auour LYON 0" aua
unit j r'rirt-riMl qmtlilirif.' : Rug Cleaner l: Fumlture Clea". : PUMPKIN OR MINCI 29 Tomatoes .29
.y" 38
l'l": ueer.a7 Onions
....eeDTNNUeera7..... _... .n.ooorN.. ;: MEAT PIES..3/$1. G ,.
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one -near---and- far to come out as Hamilton in the logs of her : r::: ::::
964-6554. fie water last May, the 7th
and enjoy some clean, wholesome mother last week Also our Floridians Invited; To View -
Our supply Includes bulletins Fleet destroyer has
BROOKERBy fun and: contribute to a community was saddened at the WITH YOUR constantly I
that make up a good library of served in a gunfire support role,
good cause at the same time. loss of a long: time resident! of Tale' it
reference material. A few popular and Is scheduled to return to New Mermaid 'Fairy '
Stoke Brooker has always had a Biookev. Mrs. Win.lie: Hedge, : : .
Joyce ones are: Veritable Insect the U. S. In November .
very successful!! Halloween Car- who dlpd last week. q a.N1r '.
and Disease Control Guide A to be
nival, and this year will be no Wilson Green, a farmer resident Floridians are
HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL:' exception. So come on, folks- of Biooker. is in intensivecare Home Orchard for North Florida RecreationNews guests of the Weekl Wachee r
Poinsettia Culture GoodbyMr. November for
SATURDAY put 01: your costume or comeas at the! Jacksonville Naval mermaids during -
TillS Roach. Turf Gra Diseases of their
and let's have some suffered p the Florida premiere
mark your you are Hospital( having a
Folks, be sure to and Their Control Daylllles. underwater show, -If.;
Saturday Oct 26- old-fash'oned fun: I heart attack last week. We wish all new
calendar for Insects and Diseases of Pecans, White And The Mer i
be PINE HILL LODGE him speedy recovery. "Snow
the ghosts: and goblins will a Pecan Production Gu'de' for a ,. ,
this In Brooksr. Pine Hill Masonic Lodge enjoyed Eric Tomllnsct spent last FLAG FOOTBALLIt maids. fljH
out early year Florida. Liming In Florida'sAgriculture '
themselves -
annual Brooker Junior a covered! dish supper at weekend with. Richard! Cham was rain, rain, and more Residents may identify \ Ht
The and Roses In license '>
School PTA Carnival will the Brooker Community Center bers in Ralford. Mrs. Maude rain last week as all games in ", with their driver's -
High Florida. ,
held at the old school building Tuesday night At the meeting Stokes: Padstt! of Tampa was ..aTT /r rNEWS the Flair Leagues were rained: or similar identificaton 'H
be starting with a parade at 4 following: the! feast, Franklin visiting! Mr. and Mrs. Will COUNTY AGENT T T T"" (Jut, If the season doesn't run and be admitted to the new M
under the chairmanship Earl Qnlcksall and Franklin Crawford and attended! servicesat too Ionic, these games will be show for only a* small service
p.of Glenda m. Andrews, assisted by Earl Doyle received their Master the Bro:>ker Church of Chl'Lstlast ABOUT rescheduled. charge of 75c Mondays through 1'1

Linda Andrews and: Jean Halt. Degree. Sunday. Wanta talk a little bit about Small Pry: Monday, Oct. 28- Fridays and $1 on weekendsand HId dd
Prizes will be awarded The BIRTHDAY PARTIES J, W. Price of New Orleans: the past and a little more' thana 'Packers vs Cowboys, 4 p. m. Thanksgiving.
parade will start at the Farm Mr. and Mrs Tommy Cox La was visiting Mr. and Mrs. little bit about the future. MENWAlWVA&I4Jl Colts vs Rams 5 p. m, Wednesday The special invitation is limited : ill
Market and: proceed through have the same birthday, Oct. 10, C. L, Atkinson last week Mr. Each Is In the Interest of the SERVICE Oct. 30 Rams vs Packers to Florida resdents: and Is 4? '*
town to the school grounds.A :so Thursday night about 40 people Price was a resident! of Brooker youth of our County and what 4 p. m. Cowboys vs Colts. the popular west coast attrac- a
chicken pilau supper will decided!! to drop by and to when hewas a small boy. could be more Interesting or &&&a1&1 S p. m.Bantam. tlon's way of saying "thanks"for 11

be served from 5 to 7 p. m., wish them a happy birthday. It Rev. and Mrs. Lnnie Parker Important. .,,,... Leajus: :: Thursday, the recommendations which .',1
and door prizes will! b'! given. turned! out to be a nice party, Mr. and Mvs. Wilbur Andrewsand 1, Last Saturday night our ,, Oct. 24-Bears vs Cardinals: 4 residents make to their out of .:(
Adult plates will be $1, and and Mr. and Mrs. Cox enjoyedit : family and Gentry Stokes two Future Farmers of America p. m, Giants vs Saints, 5 p. m. state friends and visitors. Y'. q
children 50 cents.: There will very much of Brooker Mrs. Llnnie: Parkerof Chapters had a fred! chicken Tuesday Oct. 29-Giants v* The almost:: unbelievable features ((2
also be a hot dog stand. Valarie Bristol turned age 13, Gainesville'! and Mrs J B. supper as a project to raise Cardinals: 4 p. m. (Bears vs of past mermaid shows
Some of the many attractions on Oct. 9. She had several couples Kelly of Lake Butler attendeda : funds for project activity ex 4 Saints, 5 p, m, have long been: a hit with the n
over to enjoy a birthday family\ and more than one and a half mil O
for th's year will be pony rides, : reunion birthday penses. The supper, including! ; CERAMICSThe
hay rides, spook: :house: fishpond supper with her. Everyone enjoyed dinner in: honor of Mrs Victoria hot coffee or cold coca colas, Recreation Departm nt's lion visitors, wi! be incorporated !: '>,
and a new attraction!: this an evening of fellowshipand Johnson! in Alma Ga last was just one dollar. Mothers Ceramics casses are meeting into a new production M "
year is the houeshos game under refreshments, Sinday.: baked and donated their favorite with great success as approximately ; well as a few new challengesto : :: : )
leadership of JO,-.l Williams.! JUNIOR TRAINING UNION Mr. and Mrs. Clyde RanIer. cake for auction. The chapter .. 70 people:; are attendingthe the lovely girls' underwater jrI
After the supper: another Mrs. Lea Temple entertainedher son. were weekend guests of Mr. string band provided enter sessions: in the old Armory versatility. They have masteredsuch
great event will take plate! -- Junior: Training Union and Mrs. Dick! Raulerion: and tainment. Wayne Bennett as- each Wednesday morningand feats as eating, drinking "
that very exclt':tg time when Class with an weiner roast at family.Mr.; sisted In selling the cakes. His Thursday nights talking, singing and intricate .., +s fJl
the lK! >8-69 Royal Family! will her home: followed by a hay- and Mrs. Aubrey Green ambition Is to be a professional Mcst people have the mistakenidea ballet movements: with such apparent -
be recognized. A new King, ride. About 20 youngsters enjoyed spent several days In Breeze, auctioneer and he is well on I that ceramics require a, ease that It is often!
Queen. Prince, and Princess this delightful affair last III. this week to attend: funeral the way now. : great deal of talent and thatit difficult t to: believe they are un seven days a week, H: order to 3
will be crowned In the auditoi- week. services! of Mrs.! Green's uncle, A great many of our people is just for women. This is not accommodate the nrnual visit a
: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiggins Sandy Smith. All ceramics is a crystal of thousands! of Florida resdeit !-
ium. Those in the race ate did! miss this FFA activity! the / true. rsqjires
King: -Robin Panish and Sam and: family of Charleston, Gloria Justi's of Starke was first of Its kind. I say this because -..... .", little time and: patience and During November the! lovely: : Special! l shows will also 1
my Halmark. QueenNatalie S, C. were, weekend guests of the weekend guest of Kathy there should have been 9 (1 mast( men who have made ceramic and talented Mermaids;: will present be i.resented under 100,ono wattsof
Uuicksall. and: Robin Williams Mr. and Mrs Lawrence! Wig Bristol 1,000 people there Instead of the f 0 pieces really enjoy It, : shows: nearly every hour. lights each Saturday night i
Prince Stanley Hayes. Ted gins. Sorry t to: hear that Mrs Em- approximately 450. If you did l! PUNT PASS KICK at 8:30: p. m.

Rakes! and Arthur: Quicksall. Among those! on our sick list ma Tomllnsan was involved In not purchase a ticket or did Zone Competition of the Pant,
Princess Debra: Green. Isa- are Mrs. Mami! Hodge who is an automobile accident In Gain. not attend, there Is no way Pass Kick Contest that was tit
belle Bristol! and Darlene Jon- Improving from an eye oper- esville la't week, but glad she now to make up except just be ,Staff Sgt. Richard v, "brier-, >e held in Jacksonville last Sat 1
es. Don't miss this exciting ation; Mrs. Creasy Green' still was not seriously injured ready if they do it again. These son of Mr and Mrs. Carl urday was canceled:! because: of
went under the leadership of in the Alachua General Hospital Mr. and Mrs Emory Lewis boys are sincere In their pro Broughton of Graham will rain, bat was rescheduled! : for of
Regina Parrish.! for an eye operation; were visiting: Mrs. Emma Mott grams of training and it Is our leave Sunday Oct 20. for his Wednesday, Oct 23. If any of
Then comes the old favorite, Mrs Pearl Hagar at home!! and and Mr!*. Ophelia!: Moore and responsibility to encourage and second tour of duty In Vietnam.For our boys win, they will Journey(
Cake Walk This is the event doing fine: after an eye oper- family last week.MACCLENNY. support them. the past 15 months Sgt. back to Jacksonvlle, Saturday: t sI
that all age groups look for- ation: Altred Compeau home 2. Have you heard, well you Grier has been assigned to st; Oct. 26. for the next level of
ward to and can paitiplpate in. after spending: several 1 days !In MASONSTO will be hearing more and more Augustine with the U, S. Army competition. Bays from Starke 1 e
In charge of the cake walk this Bradford County: Hospital HOST DINNER during the next three weeks Advisory Group, at the Florida who will be competing in Jack,
'year will be Pete and Eth l PERSONALSThe Dawkins> Lodge No. 60. F.&- about the biggest and best State Arsenal. sonville are: Grey Flynn: Charles
('Douglas, Earl Doyle, and Bill young people! of (lie A. M., Macclenny, will host a "Calf Scramble" ever held In Sgt. Grier received the Green Allen \Akrldgj. Lon-:
iBigham. Biooker Baptist Church! enjoy. dlnrer Friday Oct. 25, at 6:30: Florida. Bronze Star medal for valor, nie Ellis Jimmy Prevatt, and
During the festivities a number eel: a hamburger fry at the pas. p m in honor of the off!cal I sav this because this Is the and three Purple Hearts for Bruce Wolfred.
of items will be awardedto Corium with Rev. and Mrs. visit of the District Deputy agricultural project accepted by wounds received In action on -"' \ .....e".W,; \0
lucky winners: includingdoll Temple Sunday night after seiices. Grand ''Master of the ,,8th Masonic our Starke-Bradford County his previous assignment In E2 RASE TYPEWRITER'PAPEK. r ,,
blender: road race set anda ,' District.! A meeting will Chamber of Commerce again Vietnam. He will be assigned : Mlir.eo Paper Bond : 1\\ too \9 "' \(\;

30-30 Winchester rifle. Mrs Ethel Russ spent Tues be held following! the dinner, this year. There will be news to the 5th Special Forces Group Taper, NotetJOlc Fillers. 1 '"coo"
C J, Stalnaker! Is over-all day with her daughter: Mrs. at 7:30: p m. All members of paper coverage, radio coverage chairman of this year's carnival Enestine Dukes, in Oa'nesvills.! Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. ti and color television! coverage. nam on his new tour.
and cordially invites every Our sympathy to Mrs Thorn- A. M. are cordially Invited to The Bradford County roping GLASSFOR
attend. club Is joining in with great Staff Sgt. Chester J Gacloch Come See Us!
DeWitt enthusiasm to make this the Jr.. whose wife Is the former EVERY PURPOSEMirrors
Jones Funeral Home IF WE DON'T HAVE IT best. Horse riding events! will Irabelle McKinney of Starke. We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile
provide a variety of entertainment has received the U, S. Air
STARKE we'll get It for ;yon. Office
PI1ONB 96<1-6200 Purpose
Supplies Furniture Equip. during the scramble pro Force Commendation, Medal at
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-317ft ment. -, Bradford County gram. Kessler Air Force Bass! Mississippi. FOR EVERY PURPOSE

Trlprranh. There has already been greater He was decorated for SHEA'SGLASS 25.00 TO
$600.00 "
participation in contrbutions merltorlouus service as a per-
Rental Services ADDING MACHINES\: : Man. and planning than there was sonnel technician, and was
ual or electric. For sale or last Even cited for outstanding professional CO. TOWN
year. : so. we have not FINANCE COMPANY!

I HOSPITAL .REDS, WHEEL CHA1IU, rent.ance.-Add Bradford, subtract County credit TeU-bal yet reached our goal In either skill leadership, and devo- 972.4315 -372.4353 ,, !t < ,.:. .?
but we will because commercial tion to duty.Machinery. 6.:1.;
1313 M.W. 4th PlaceGaln I1Pbgftp961.7449OF
graph.I ft\: r fi ,. Tcfip1e'AvT .. rf : I
I companies, individuals, and organizations *>vllt. ,. .. r
are partlcLpat!nr. It Repairman 1st I
would be dangerous trying to Class John A. Ratliffe, husbandof I II

call names, so I'll not Several the former Betty J. Harris
committees are working so of Route 1, Starke, is serving;
that nothing will be omitted or aboard the destroyer USS
forgotten.Calf Blandy In the Gulf of Tonkin.
Scramble entries are Since arriving In Western Pacfi- COST
I RIOTS : open to 4-H and FFA boys who
have reached! their 13th birthday
Too ? I
and are not above the 11th many greases

grade In school. Entries! will be
screened to select twenty boys.
Fifteen of these boys will takea .-..

350 to 400 pound calf ,homeon
the night of November 16th. LIVING
Ten of these calves will be :
a registered.This .
YOU CAN DAMP Is the top youth attraction

F :. .. of the year. It Is entertainIng iiiswetf

. THE FIRES OF and, it there is building Is plenty a strong of action program Standard M-P Grease in a I YOU CAN mJlf
( for our County Novem handy cartridge gun! kit

VIOLENT CHANGE;\ :,t) ., ,: Grounds ber REFERENCE 16Bradford' MATERIAL County Fair greases STADA!OIL everything.Call D BRING IT UNDERCONTROL. _

have in our office a wide
How can you help bring t" < :> variety of bulletins! popular In Your Standard OilMAN

about justice with order, '': ''' our area. We have names orsevel'al IN STARKE .
hundred others avail K. G. DUNCAN
progress without rioting? able. We invite you to visit us 964-5132 Inflation is the cruelesttax
Elect Richard Nixon Presi In our new agricultural buildIng '
Standard Oil Company lIne( ,in Ky() of all. It quietly picks
request to
He P. O.
dent. knows the need r
your pocket steals
Drawer 1028, Starke or Call your
for change, and respects E savings, robs your pay
the right- of dissent-but check. The cost of living is
here's where he draws the ; When Too Use An Andrew Charge going up faster now thanat

line: Account I any time since the Truman

"In' a free and open society Your Prescription Tax Recordsare administration. How

where there are legal Kept For You By Us can you protect the pure "

and peaceful means for ; Andrews DrugsFor chasing power of your dol.

change and progress, Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170 lar? Elect Richard Nixon

there is no cause that justifies President. Here's what he _

going outside the law believes we should do:

and no cause that justifiesthe Make sure that Federal

resort to violence." Serving Since Florida 1950 money is spent only whereIt

should be.

o lorido Cut down on the un.

r c reeling Service &nc. necessary federal spend
........... ..
ing that causes prices to
T''W"'IM''',. ,.. ,.
I I go up.

Mrs. CarolynI 11Cordially/E As the war is ended, use

Eaves i1 a portion of the "peace

Representative 1 Welcomes dividend" to reduce the

Ph. 961-5812 You and Your enormous annual deficit

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your that drives the cost of living

Starke New Home up; use another portionto

cut taxes and increase

THIS TIME The State of FloridaIt every employee's take-

home pay..
Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and '

To Aquaint You With Your City.

If you are new In the area, a phone ,

call will bring you a prompt visit

DEPENDED ON IT from your local hE: :ess. Please give WHOLE WORLD

her a call! She has maps and many

Authorized and Paid for by UradfoH Con>7ty N1=ga. ; Committee free and wonderful gifts for you DEPENDED ON It:

from local businesses 1 'Astkadlad sad foe
PaW Jbjr Bradford Cwaty JUxoagnev amaIttetr

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winners r.. ....Th...* Court Of CO"Th..tYltElnrt Each flnlm "phnlldstAte l lIn hit Pnt.l Th ,rrn*. 'I I rh""I' r'..nr'" in .."'! r.ur Hr'iir-; .
J BrmUorrt nn.. the Tn t Itrnrrl nF n-xii. ,:*. 'slur / .. '.- ..li'. n tint
Costume judging will be at writ In* "nTI"P . cim.n. 10: ; r.. .' 'ounty FI' .rh'n. un'-n I. h"r" 'iv
Pl'o"o .. ,. .
'kit IM r t th. t.i "r \III.111'' 18'"l.It tor I '
FKnlaat :.tat. Ct' I/o11IN \ place of lowlrtpncrunit | All pr-ilH n inion i- ; .., ," tlt i r.niii: ( I .nh.l lit IIr".r .r tn.htl'"nll..n 'h,' uo.lerwlanrd,, \InrI.'" tfeTdlwvlxlunv
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"Y'all come and have lua 1Cr..<1It..,'. And Pern.aw AnA shall nworn l.f.v ri-i.' > nf WlnPriFirm iin.i.r 11. rldn. A Ir ,
'with "" rinlm OrAFfilnBt l.l1Inlll. rlalmnnt hl.. egnnt. i>r attorney.and i-liilni" miniln! Il'1'' ."I ,I'Tll, flintxtiillci' ....n".1" In Mii-ln. MUt 1',1..11' with the ('lark' ut 11.
rial"FIUNO! Ha'lnir rlnlm or d'mnudnot ylrhntIt.. 'hn"o' nmilnnl' .. far rtt"ndfort "-
SAlr1 l KPtnt: IOn" IIPI v mn" t"l"ll'l'lMturniv t I'll.' l.nkr antler' ('Inuit t'onrl In n'1 .
fund ..linll I"- vnl.l. Jnin. In the' "ffl.'p "f Hi"CoiVntv far Ix..ul..r: 1.1.1,1', 11I..n rr'
By Mrs..D. E. Hill CABINETS True- Ton nuUClvI and *And*fli\.ClII".If vnn wrw I".n prevent r-- 80 CLlire fit. r"111'1'i i Mlntc.In.ld.if. Uin.U. ...1 ivnn-. Kli-Bt I'uMliiillnii: t...plenth.| -r :!!?. Fin.pIfl .... flVnn and \'Inlt.r'.T rl,.I1.t 1'.11"of ,r.'f." ..t ,",',11,.".'''n ..".f fIhlrI
'by .
writer .. clnlmii and "l"n nnilwl A. .x.'iiitni- of the J.n.I} } Will\ \ In tlir r'.niitii.mxi.5V loda Ulrii" IM 1 Iln"C VI: I.nkennt'nl I not" tI..1t1"" nil
=Standi. Desks Chain, >l<'h you.nv or olMn-r, '.t )"""' and ktninvnt of Jlollll1' V.8nlaht ffiiU". FI""hl.,11101"" P"pnlprrtir ''f (.2.1. H.I.I/I? ', F.......,,, r"-"Wllr"rxITil.il or ,I'Ixnn, 1..1"" .. ,M.1.' II\\i''. "ql
Safeg. Bradford County t-miiu !.r .1..n".I.! innnlll" fl">ll tlio ,1:11.l Ihly' pith .111"' nr "
AII''n''l' tin tho "111""
Slade Injured At WorkDonald hire R :\; I.u nd'hiind'
mA" Fin' publclatlnn 11. 1t! of th" 'h..t< 1 I"hll'ntl"n "f tlilnotW TO I"! "" ..t' !oItllrk.! i .. \V.. 'ha rvS.
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Triefraph.BIC Holllii thn'enwC.tmt. In ,7 Inlm .1. mll,1ml.1 "tnl N. vii
Slade received or .
: .
head ) rM" I.nndv..llwt
.f nli1 rfmntv I. IClJN: I >'H -'ic ii i lot i ltm.lM.1 Cnu : .._.. .
Injuries Saturday morning while Judge nt> Bm.l'nnl (',..nl ri"i he In wiltlna nn.1, .IIIIIHIntntP %. *''ll: :2'!'r. It. In'11'' 1-11..1<... Ft'rll. n,,'"r,. r.h.nd ..f "..,
PENS. Ma, At lil" nftlro l I.< I'1"' cnmt In '1'he Count) Jlldgr'N Court Ofllrnrifonl tfrlrn nddrrwvInt' -II I "I rk.Iiaortlt X..tI t lrr! N h""o.h"" ul\in hIlt Ihl.! 2II1 .1 ,,,,'k',-
with Ball Point Re. ,.
working an electric 11:1'rep.ir tnrke. .',. ''In ... 1'I. lit
: hou nf tnl'l ("nnntr nt ')m>'. .r.ln. In Io-t .., '. II... ,mi.,, I. i rwi. '.n.d I iin.l.'i. "hr Hi1"-' TOiu.irr.H fwm' r. i' .., .
ttOn. Bradford Telecrapb. \\ltliln, ate, cnl.-n.1nr _. :( 'ut. in." *" X\Tlrl': Or" IMKNTIOV r"nO'. n13rnrltor.l
crew at Windsor: and County Florliltt. Pn.l.nKXo. hvllinl ..,0nmtvhit, .1 l.4.1 o riiniitii 'no I i ln n v '' ? 110 ITi
tiny of the ,, l 1. i' !'' :"' "'.lli"- .. 1 1 1 'loftS.t !' 'I I''
from the Anrnn T. ,, '. will'
taken to the In P.<" ; .w.t f VI .iKIi i- '-r 1 I'M'!'$ I.'U
was :>> University! :
llr"t pMi-H'itllfn! "f iii to Inw: rnlrl 1-I.r \\llli ih. f\\1..lt..r Ih.' --
Medical Center for treatment.
Mr. Slade was partway up the -------------- -- ------- -- ----- -- -- --- -
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pole making line repairs causedby I -
Hurricane Gladys the night I .
before when another place on I 1 1I

the line gave way, and he tell \Ne; sell only

Doctors his striking head his performed Saturday head on evening surgery the trixflt., and!on: 1 1! -p 0 g & I 1 i !

he was released from the hospital .S.D.A
Monday morning, to recu. I 11
perate at home. I : I

Hampton City Council met In SMOKED PORK : Choice :
a called session on Thursday, : : :7Ji !
Oct. 17. to discuss the financial:
statement of 196768. and the resignation 1 I

oral Green.! resignation The of council Mayor tentatively accepted Ernest and his 11 beef steaks I :

his written resignation! is to be 1 SHOULDER I1

handed anyone his: place.In else to can the be council appointedin before II II and roasts... i SUPERMARKETS i I II1

The council asked that the I I
clerk furnish! monthly financial' 1

statements Next regular in the meeting future.of the 6 TO 8 LBS I :

council will be Monday. Nov.. C
I '
A 1 ;;+ I .. II
instead of the llth. which is a ).. ,
holiday. :'/ I Mnrn nlt I

Deadline for mailing! Christ
mat packages overseas are In I 'e I I
November to Insure their arrii LB ; I
val for Christmas according to J SAVE __.
Postmaster Mary Williams |1 11. U.S. CHOICE ____ ------ I I
Packages sent to servicemen I I I
overseas may be mailed by two I. THRU SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 I
new services to help them! arrive I ;. i I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.
more quickly: SAM::\ i Space | I I
Available Mail and! PAL i Parcel
Air Lift). At regular parcel-
post rates plus cne: dollar. PALis
sent by air from the of
mailing, up to 30 pounds by
November 30. SAM sends packages CALIFORNIA I SHOULDEF GRO UN DBEEF
bv surface! transportationto 0 1
the East or West Coast; and _
then flies 1 them to their destinations STEAK I STEAKS _
: and: should be mailed .by .

November 23. Either of theseis : USDA USDA ___ ___._
much cheaper than airmail USDA
hough nog guaranteed as fast. CHOICE CHOICE .
To mall gifts to servicemen CHOICE
oversea regular packages U.iCN01CE
should! be sent by November 9,
or airmail package* by December
Hampton Baptist Church will PREPARED fOOD fr
!laa dedication service for AZALEA PURE PORK;
the building renovation:: done: SLICED 1/4 AZAUA .:.\ ,. GREENDEULINDUS
this last year next Sunday.Oct. HONEY-NUT CHEESE 0 1i
Moore: of Gainesville, Florida
.: Baptist field secretary, will be FRANKS SAUSAGE :
Epeaker at the regular morning WEDGES
worship service.A J
covered-dish dinner will be
served following the service.
Work done on the auditoriumof
tote;>. building this year includes
the new natural-wood pews
wall panelling en the lower
walls and around the platform
area: electrical! wiring; new
oak flooring, and red carpetIng -
on the aisle and platform. e
The entry area has been rebuilt ALL VEGETABLE
: pa'ineleil: and carpeted: ; POTATO FREESTONE I I PEAS I ROSEPAtE i

with! indoor-outdoor of: !the: auditorium carpeting.Repainting : COOKING "- : ****iltli 1 llEPI siiliiDiK'PiJiLS' : I Iv

wall was done last fall, and the CHIPS JUICE I CARROTS OR SUCCOTASH
previous! :year part of the educational <
building and separate
building, to fie rear of the

church!! had a resurfacing: .,.S.,
finish put on. A new alrconditloning :..
and heating! system was
Installed in the auditorium this
Thir.Klay evening. !: this! ,,week I I I '
at 7:30: o'clock of
men the

ehuI'ch111 meeting hold: an and organizational complete. I COFFEE :iI #esh

building.some PERSONALS of the finish work on the DINNER 1I! ; FANCY GOLDEN RIPECKisrcitio i

Mr. and Mis.: Donald: Fort

returned including from a visit a! vacation to Nas n'me.trip. CHASE & d BANANAS

Op Chattanooga.Tenn.:')' .and to se Lookout Tenn.the Mountain Orand : Old in ISanbornl Chase, 1 SANBORN LB CAN 58 ROLLS !

MM. H. B. Wiggins staying I
with! her sister Mrs. Eva Men- I I I
afee. in Jacksonville.Mr. i
and Mrs. J. W. Cherupyof I PKG R .
Miami spent several days FYNE TASTE _
CrycoFf 9/25c c:
:last week win!! Mrs. T. F. I LB BAG ; : I 1
Brown. Mrs. Cherupy ti Mrs.
:Brown's granddaughter.Mrs. I I 0F121 I _I I
Bill flaIl of Gainesvilleand : L8
Mrs. W. M. Slade spent I LIMIT -t OF YOUR CHOICE WITH S.OO OR MORE ORDER 1 I .._i-' I
night with Mrs. V. J.
Slade. during Hurricane Gladvs.
Those from out-of-towl: attendIng
services! at Hampton Baptist GOOD* M RICHCAKE DIXIt CHIF
Church! Sunday evening to NO. I
hear Dr. :Bob Gray Included Mr. OR BABYLIMAS COLCATE
and Mrs. James Broome sad
:Broome and baby of Gainesville

Brantley, and and Mr.family and! Mrs.of Orandin.Eugene AND MEAT BALLS SHAVE 11** CAN CARROTS' I POIAWIESCREME

Mr. and Mrs.: D. W. Swindell
lead visitors from Tampa Sun. '. 15
day. POtYAOS 4/I


Final plans were raid far
the Hampton ElsmentSTy School
Carnival to beheld
TTA Halloween '
Saturday: Oct. 36. b) .ono HEAT AND SERVE ; .
Janice Hall CoChairman .r. FANCY LONO
Chairman: Grace: Smrls: Ruth FRIED FISHSTICKS jfA ING

Meng. Dolores Meng! and AUJ9 HOLIDAY GREENCUKES

Faye Waters.:
Neot1s! are being pannedthl5 ] RINSE FRUIT CAKE APPLES
:year along .with she old
favorites. GOLDEN BROWN

charcsa': America's: : broiled favorite hamburgers funds. 0 vooo 2 99 I
and hot dogs hot cMU and other 2 79
gcsdiea: will be on the menu.
Booths <;en at five 0'cl clIr:
Fet tickets will be given away
i during carnival bouts:. ,to lucky

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I Gala Halloween FestivitiesSet Indians Defeat Bunnell 24-6 .

Keystone Hilites/ For Thursday, Oct. 31 In Wild Ball Game FridayBy I

By JIM FOX Keystone Heights! youngsters j Mike Chitty ball in for the score. The point
N Please Phone in Your Items 473-414S will mark the beginning the the turkey shoot Guns, shells R The Keystone High School Indians after touchdown attempt failed
city's annual Halloween celebration and targets will be provided:! for defeated 6 fumbles, 100 again, and Keystone led 24-6.
said shooters trying their skill to win with 3 min' 14 sec. left in the
WOMAN'S ,CLUB:: liam Young. Mrs. Young with a costume parade yards In penalties, and! pouring
that the club will donate turkeys.Food the entire game. The clock ran out before
Due to a conflict of dates the pro from the business area on Lawrence w rain (throughout
"taste supper," originally sche ceeds from this carnival to the Bvd. to the city park at : Line booths will serve game to down the Bunnell Bunnell could manage to score
duled for Oct. 26, has been! PTA. This! is! one of the many 5 p, m, Thursday! Oct. 31. hamburgers!: : ) :hot dsgs, beverages Bulldogs by a 24-6 margin here again, and Keystone won 246.
postponed until otherwise an community services providedby Mayor Raymond Starnes says cotton candy and popcorn t! last Friday night.When The constant rain hamperedthe
the Junior Woman' Club Baked goods potato salad the rains started pouring passing! attack of both
nounced. Additional Information the Halloween parade: and: carnival -
year's and beans will also be served.: I teams Keystone made 7
regarding this dinner, Special booths at this' is the main public eventof before! the game started. yards
Plans for a teen danc! at Keystone wild passing, and Bunnell made 30.
which will be sponsored by fie carnival include the Spook the year for Keystone children : knew we were in for a
House and Aquanut. It Pavilion are incomplete that's what In rushing Keystone led with
Keystone:: Woman's Club will be was announced This year's festivities are ball game. And just
given at a later date. at the last PTA meeting sponsored by Keystone Hts. Parade chairman Chester Lj we had, complete with fumbles 185 yards opposed to 51 for
that the Machines Moody asks parade participantsto and Bunnell. Despite the! rata!
The first card party and fashion "Sewing PTA and: the Junior Woman's Interceptions! and glippin' Keystone
show for the season: was ," a local band, would perform Club line up early
held in the new clubhouse, on at the carnival. Unfortun Mrs. Wm C. YOMg, carnival teer fire department bal1lng.Younastel'll :! for a wild soggy game of foot punts which is mighty: fine In
Tuesday Oct. 15. ately, several of their: membersare coordinator announces that 13 will be grouped according ball After Keystone kicked off any weather). Keystone! was

Mrs. Robert Hook, general sick, so they will be unableto game booths:: will be set up In with to age and given cards:! to Bunnell, Bunnell fumbled on penalized 100 yards, and lost 6
chairman for this event, wishesto play. If you know of any local the park for fun for all ages including ) numbers to assist the their first play with only 4 fumbles, but it didn't seem to
thank all members and or area group that would be the! papular "Aquanut." several seconds elapsed 1 la the firstquartel' do too much harm.

guests who attended this! affair. able to provide music on this For those who like to bang on ; wRr However Keystone The' fighting Indians now hold
Mrs. Hook and her committee date please contact Mrs. Clyde something for the fun of it ther Police Chief Waite,' Mulh off essays j .y fumbled the ball back to Bun- a 40.1 record for this season.
Ashton at 473.4103 or Mrs drivers may park cars on if.RT a nell their first play. My thanks to' Otis M-lton! for
members, Mrs K, Liggett. Mrs. will be an old automobile.!: There:: on
J, Bird Mrs. E, Kimmons, Young, at 473-4609. will also be a Country Store Lawrence Blvd for the event, Mike Murrhee managed to :his valuable assistance! on this
Tha Halfoween Parade, whlcr and Hous. but traffic will be halted during ____ keep the ball and score the report GO INDIANS!
Mrs A, Larsen and Mrs. A. Hall. Spcok the __
man wish to extend! a special Is open to children of all ages Veazv Walker Is in charts of parade.Garden _____ first touchdown for the Indians, Junior Varsity
thanks to "Leila's" of Starke who are in costumes, will begin ______ on a 13 yard sweep. The PAT The Keystone High Junior
for their showing of autumn, at the Volunteer! Fire Depart Club w ____ attempt was no good, and the Varsity Indians defeated the
fashions ment at 5 p, m.. proceeding Norton AsksReelection Indians led 6-0 with 7 min., 40 Hawthorne! V. Hornets 26.12
DUPLICATE BRIDGEThe down Lawrence Blvd to the Of The Lakes sec. left in the first quarter. last Monday nIght The Junior

Duplicate Bridge Club, city park. When they! 'reach the Plans WorkshopThe The Indians got the ball back Indian! offense was led by the
sponsored by the Keystone park, a panel of udges will select when they recovered a Bun.isll outstanding play of Ricky Par-
Woman's Club, meets every costume winners In the Garden Club of the ** fumble, Then Joe Moore scored edes who scored 3 touchdowns.
Monday evening in the new areas of prettiest, ugliest, and As JudgeJames Lakes held Its monthly meeting the second Keystone T, D, with Another leader! In offense was

clubhouse. Play begins:! promptly most original. Prizes will be October 17, at 10 a, m, at the ONE-VINE "PUNKIN PATCH"Any 6 min., 43 sec left In the first Art Fordyce who also scored a
at 7:30: p. m. awarded to the individual win T Norton, nominee of home of Mrs C. E. Strickland, quarter, the PAT attempt was touchdown I'm sorry to say It,
There Is! a notice with map ners. the Democratic Party, is seek- Jr. on Lake Swan. Doughnutsand spooks need pumpkins for Halloween W. P. (Coon) Wilson, no good and the Indians led 12- but this is all Vie information! ;

In the post office to assist As in years past, dinner will ing re-election on November 5 coffee were served as thegusts of Lake Brooklyn has 'em. The volunteer vine, shown here, coversan 0. The Bunnell Bulldogs moved that wa. available! to me on th1. '
players In locating the club be served on the grounds. Since! as Judge of the Small Claims arrived. area of 700/ square feet end hears 27 full grown and 15 half the ball down to the 11 yard game. :

house. this is a community project, we Court of Clay County, a position Mrs. C, C. Bruestle District grown pumpkins. Anybody else want to enter the pumpkins sweep. line of Keystone, before being Clay DemosReschedule '
Last week's winners were: :hope that all of our residents he has held for the past 4 corsage chairman, of Jacksonville stakes? stopped. Keystone took over,
First place with 21'- points, Mr. will be out to support this event nine years. and Mrs. Hartley of but was unable to move, and
and Mrs. Fremont :.Tolles; sec and to join In fie fun I Judge Norton was reared In Mandarin gave a corsage demonstration ready prepared punted as the quarter ended. ,,
ond place with 19ft points: Mrs. Mrs. Clyde Ashton, publicity Alabama and moved to Floridain : and each'' one pre lyn.Grand Treasurer Mary Laura The Church Women's Executive After Keystone was unable to
Anne Jams and Mrs. Henry chairman for the Junior Woman's 1957. He received: his ,bache- sent made a corsage. The hostess Johnson assisted !In the meetingin board meeting will be held capitalize on a pass Interception Dinner, RallyThe j
Schubert: and third place with Club, announced that eight lor of arts degree from the University and co-hostesses. Mrs. Kelly the absence of Associate Ma. Monday. Oct. 28. at 1 p. m in 3 minutes into the second! quarter -

19 points, Mrs. Arnold Larsen new members attended the regular of Alabama Law Schoolin Greeson, Mrs L. E. Roberts, tron Grace Keeth, who was the educational building the Bulldogs finally got go- Rally Committee! of the
and Mrs. Joseph Dey. monthly:: meeting, at the 1957 He was admitted to the and Mrs J, W, Warren, served hospitalized following surgery. Laymen of the! church conducted Ing. After driving to the 2 yard Clay County Democratic
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Clav Electric Director's Room practice of law in Alabama in luncheon at 12 noon. Following! Refreshments were served by services on Universal line, quarterback McDaniels
Executive Committee has
TO SPONSOR CARNIVALThe :: on Thursday: Oct 10. Featuredspeaker 1957 and In Florida in 1958. the luncheon Mrs. Albert Bachman the hcttesses w th a .larg emblematic Laymen's Sunday Oct. 20. Raymond plunged over for the only Bun- rescheduled the! rally and free
Junior Woman's Club of was Rev. Leon Milner, Judge Norton is chairman of president, called a business OES cake in honor of Farris delivered a fine nell score. Their PAT attempt barbecue which postponedlast
Keystone will sponsor the annual of the Keystone Heights Com the: Clay County Democratic session Mr. R, H. Schne- the special guests.HGMEMAKERS message, and was assisted by was no good, and with 6 min. Saturday due was to Hurricane

PTA, Halloween Carnival, "munity Church," who spoke on Executive Committee and has! !Ibegen, chaplain, opened the CLUB other laymen in all departments: 22 sec left in the second quarter Gladys The new date! will! be
to be held at the Keystone City Amel'lca nlsm. served as Municipal Judge for meeting by reading a poem.Reports The Fall Tour of th3::: Homemakers of the service. the! score was 126. The ball Saturday Nov 2, at the Orange
Park, on Thursday, Oct. 31. according The Junior Woman's Clubcet.rad the City of Green Cove Springs were given on anti- Council of Clay Countyto The Rummage Sale will cantnu : swapped hands several times, Park School.
to chairman Mrs. Wil a lunrheon for the lo- since May 1967, He has served:! litter bug day. Prizes will be a furniture factory in Pa- this weekend In the former with neither team able to move Dinner will be served from
From Preceding Page) as attorney for the Board of given 1st and 2nd place win. latka was enjoyed by ten of the Murrhee office very far, and the half ended.! :
5 to 7 m. followed by
p. speak
County Commissioners of Clay The teams were both slowed
liters The next meeting will be Keystone Club members.
I Re-Elect County for the past year, and held Nov. 21 at 10 a. m. at St. The regular meeting on October down in the! third quarter, and ing. Rep. Ralph Turlington of
Gainesville, Speaker of the!
ALLRED as coKity Veterans Service Officer Williams all, which! will be a 16 was curtailed! due to inclement pretty well matched. Jack Wind-
Florida Horse of
Glenn from 196 3to 'August of 197; C'.ir3tnias! Bazaar Workshop, weather and the illness gate set up the third Keystone Representatives -
will be featured
served in the U S. Infantry'from Sixteen members and one of several members Mrs. Emily touchdown with a long run speakerMrs.
Bea Committee
1954 to 1956. guest were present. Ison, secretary-treasurer, down to the 6 yard line Mike Cower Rally -
CLAY COUNTY Jude: Norton Is married to was a patient In Bradford Murrhee went in again on a chairman, savs "T'.ils: is
SCHOOLNn the fomer Joan Wads Jennings, County Hospital, but returned long sweep from the 4 i his second a good chance to meet and visit

-! "i I '' and they reside In Green CoveSprings NEWS iNOTESBy ::: home last week President Mil TD of the game), and gave with! all your Democratic candi-
1- dates, who will be serving
i C'OARD : : ; dred ,ray ton gave a short! euminary the 'Indians an., 184 lead with 1mln. you
In announcing for re-election, Helen Egan of the program topic and ., 55 sec'. left 'fix the thrdquarter. : this free barbecue chicken din-
Judge Norton said he has attempted introduced two new members ner.' Remember Democrats, we
will also give free TV
to always manage EASTERN STAR Mrs Marguerite Quagllano and The fourth and final TD for away a
.set to lucky adult but
some ,
matters ?' the court in a businesslike Past Grand Matrons and Patrons Mrs Ann Sumpter. also( a new ; 4 Keystone, was set up by quarterback -
must be win.
you present to
manner and that the were honored at the East comer to Keystone Heights. Donnie Baker on a 32
rDon't 'eor'mal time for trial of cases ern Star Chapter meeting on COMMUNITY CHURCHThe "Oh, heavens no, he didn'twin yard run down to the 20. Sandy Fellow Democrats, come to this
filed in the court is within 20 October 15. successful Rummage Sale them-he manufacturesthem. Grayson then carried the ball one big rally. Remember"the

days from the date the case is Past Grand Matron Verna of the Church: Women was due ." to the 6, before he carried the date-November 2. 5 p. m,

filed.:! He added:! that if anyone Brice, of Gainesville! ; Past to the fine leadership of Mrs.

has questions concerning the Grand Patron E. W Garris. Don Wallace, chairman. and
court, he wculd be glad to discuss and Past Grand Patron Vincent Mrs. Roy Turknett, president,
them at any time. Brice also of Gainesville, were and aho to the support of the Let's Finish The Job. .

given an Impressive courtesy women who served as saleslad
Police IssueWarning entitled! "Hands" presented by lea Through the kindness of

Worthy Matron Paddy Gllrie Mrs. Lois Walker, the vacant
About and her assistants. offices of the former Murrhee atf

'Polls, Surveys'Due Visitors enjoying the program Insurance office were made .
were Lois Tyre of Waldo, available.
and Mrs. Marguerite Quagll- The morning workshops for
(II a recent thefts of privately
ano, of Jacksonville: who with the December 4 Bazaar are con
owned televisions and
her husband and children are tinuing and It will soon be
other household Items, Key- a--1 *
new residents of Lake Brook- round-up time to Inventory the t.
stone police officials have
splendid! stack of articles alUM ( O\\
GambleWith urged residents to" be '' -
area __ ... ,,,, ... !,n I' n'
m t.b "
rur. "J. J I'I' "' \ "' W}\WI,1B1\,, ...he '
more cautious in releasing r. -- .n miwi" rafj Turn :.f::};: ;r ,Jo lh
Information with respect to .
Your Child's EducationEvery itoor-to-door salesmen and -

"surveys" that are conductedover ELECT -

child in Clay County deserves the best qualified Please the telephone do not release any I MORE

and experienced person available to serve on you Information regarding such

School Board. Vote for GLENN ALLRED on Nov. 5 individual polls, purveys present, etc. unless credentials the Olin S. Howard Jr.

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) approved by local or

county officials. County CommissionerDistrict NOy5I

3, Clay CountyDemocratic I


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.; JAMES T. NORTONDemocrat Nominee jLt


( ) Resident of Clay County for 34 Years

Vice President of Clay Oil Corp. efforts to I solicit
Despite all the frantic May earnestly your con-

Deeply interested in our County's welfare I thwart the. will,of the people . tinued support in the November 5

When a person maintains an active interest . you' will have an opportunity General Election, upon the basis of

In such organizations as Little League, 4-II Club. on November 5 to finish-the my assurance that my objective Is
Home Demonstration Club, and Sunday School
1 you can feel confident that he knows the prob.. Job we started early this year pointclean, forward looking county government .

JUDGE, SMALL CLAIMS COURT lems By and combining the needs my of business his community.know-how with Ing our county Jn the direction of that will contribute to the

knowledge of our County, I feel that your best progress and; equitable representation full and orderly development of our

interest will be well protected and
represented for all areas. great opportunities.
Clay CountyPd. by electing me
your County Commissioner" Dis.
tract 3. Thank you:

Olin Sincerely S. Howard, Jr. HOMER NEWELL

Your vote and support will be appreciatedin

( Pol. Adv. Paid for by James T. Norton) the General Election Nov. S
(Pill Adv..Iald for'by Homer Newell ,
(Paid Pol. Adv.) D,

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KEYSTONE tional details. interested in purchasing some Friday. last weekend visiting with her and the top of another tree fell pouring down and we nearly "" look for my.
Janos Shoemyen.; faculty .real good candy at a reasonable Miss Martha Jane: Schaefferis parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph en the clothes line. Thank goodness drowned we could get Keystone Indians with the rest
member at the University of price please contact Lions Club a guest this week bf Mr. and: Dey. of Lake Brooklyn. nothing' hit the house back to before The rain/'! never report en the page
HILITES Florida, will be guest speaker members or pick up your candy :Mrs. Henry E. Magarm and Stephen Brokas a sophomoreat though. With all that rain our .stopped.thso cuwe drove around of t the Keystone, news.
at St. Anne's, this Thursday at the Barber Shop. Donations eon Christopher! Sean of Jacksonville PSI!, was home for a visit lake cam up quite a bit. Maybe and watched the game from the Charles. Louise and Paulettecar.
(From Preceding Page) evening. The program will begin will be $1 per bag. Proceeds Martha Jane is Mrs. with his family this: weekend.: It will help the fishing! For those of you who: Strandberg! and Kem Kirby of
cal Episcopal Church, who with a covered dish supperat from the! sale will be Magann's younger sister. Miss Dianne Droz, a co-ed at Wednesday night my parents. haven't noticed. I'm now writ- Jacksonville spent last Sunday
7 >. In the Parish Hall. used to sponsor local and area William Few FSU. accompanied with Mrs. Jo Strandberg.
were hostesses for the j m. Mr and Mrs. Stephan and James and Cricket visited an lag the football reports for
. meeting of Episcopal Women'area Christmas gifts far the: patients charities. and scn. David and Hubert, his: family to the Orange Park- uncle Johnny Ellis Sr. who Is Keystone High School. So. if Len and Linda Swearlngjn
' Church Leagues Proceeds from at the Florida Stats Hoe TEEING OFF! went to Rssewell.:) Ga. for a Palatka game on FrIday. Ste. and has been in Alachua Gen you like to keep up with the Continued On, Next ....)
their catering services will be pital are due the first of No- The first 18 holes of competition visit with family and friends phan's younger brother. Mickey eral Hospital for three weeks.
used by the club for their char. vember. Those wishing: ID give for the annual President'sCup last weekend. MM. Pew's mother who is first string quarterback Friday afternoon. I was visitedby
ities. to this: worthy: project are askedto Tournament were held at Mrs. Bertha Morris returned for Orange Park suffereda one of my oldest and best
leave their gifts at the! the Keystone Golf & Country with them to spend the win concussion during the: lame friends, Butch Howard of near GAINESVILLE
ST. ANNE'S NEWS church. A box has been placed Club on Sunday. Play was originally ter In Keystone. Mrs. Brokas and Sam report Lawtey. He and I discussed goIng .
The first meeting of the Com- :near the front door of the scheduled b start on Mr.:. and: Mrs. J. J. Sullivan! that he is doing' fine. fishing around Thursday
inanity Open House will; be h'USunday. church for this purpose. Saturday but was postponeddue and Mrs.: Sull'van'f .'.t..r Vv." Ervin Tries Don Morgan, but.Gladys changed our minds.
Oct. 27. at the Episcopal Gifts must not be' to inclement weather' con and Hall
sharp or John; Heatietsv: of Elizabeth N. Bobby returned home Friday night Ots! Melton andI Business DirectoryAUTO
Parish Hall, from 3 to 5 ditions. The sscond 18 holes
do not wrap J., returned: to Key3ton3 this Saturday afternoon from a attended: the KeystoneBunnellfootball
p. m. It is hoped that all com gifts as this will be done at the for qualifying (total of 36 holes week, after a visit with his family three-w ek hunting trip north game. Before we even
munity residents and their hospital before they are given for qualifying will be held this and ,friends in New York of Lowell. Idaho. The men hunted got in the gate the rain started SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES
guests will attend. The programis to the patients. Saturday. Participants may and New Jersey. In Stlllwater, elk moose and deeThe drizzling. After we sat there
sponsored by St. Anne's aj a LIONS SELLING CANDY form their own: teams and sport netted them 1,200 poundsof about five minutes it started
N. J., the! Sulllvans visited with BRASINGTON Johnson& Faris Inc.
community. project. Pleas con The Keystone: Lions Club is start play at any time during their san-in-law: : and:! daughter meat. During the next!! few ,
tact Mrs. Tom Garnar, at 473- celling Halloween candy duringthe the day. Mr and Mrs. Arthur: : Kleindl-: months if you should be tosearch CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE Complete Line of
5918 .iMelrcse listing) for addi The low eight (with hand SEEDS PLANTS
remainder of the month. If enst. and children. They also of a good meal), we SALES A SERVICE
.caps), and all ties for eight have Vied Cm Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
already Fine Selection of
....................... place will have their playoffto visited Sullivan their daughter, of East, Mass Orange Vir.ginla elves you need: given! you all the! Taken On Cadillac Trades

determine the winner on Sun Mrs. C. M. Booher. motherof -BAPTIST 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 "We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"
and their S. Sgt.
N. J., son.
day Oct. 27. The President'sCup 221 N. W. 8th Ph. 372.0476MEN'S
Nell's// Sullivan Jr. of Syra Mrs. Don Morgan:: returnedto
Beauty Shop and other'! prizes will be Join J. her home ti: Newcastle Pa. First Baptist Church Rev CRANE
club cuse. Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sun WEAR
awarded at the annual V"i
Duilng their stay in the a threeverk day School, 8:43: ... m Worship LINCOLNMERCURYAuthorized .
MELROSE FLA. meeting Martha Hayes November had her second North the Sulllvans enjoyed a visit:t with Sharon: ..lid family. Services II a. m. and Sales A Service STAG 'N DRAG

Nell and Rene Invite You hole-in-one on the par 3 No. 5 visit with! former Keystoner, EYYYYvTYYvvYmfYYYYYR 7:30 p m. Training Union, 2201 N.Maln- Ph. 372-4373 Stanley: Blacker Coats
REGULAR HOURS hole, last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Carl Wlstrup.! Mrs. Wls- 8:30 p. m, Nursery open for Arrow Dress Shirts
Crane ImportsVolvo
S" trup sends her best wishes to all
third hole-in- .
This makes the Puritan Sweaters
TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY her former neighbors! and INDIAN BEACHLake
,, one on the local course. friends.Mr. CATHOLIC !MO Austin: Heiley Peters Jackets
9.00 TO 5:00 Voncile Ketch and Joe Pet Ladles Sportswear
and Mrs. Jim Eland, St. William's 606 E. University Gainesville
Church Sunday
CLOSED MONDAYS -r rock, members of the local ( Santa Fe) Phone 372-4251 t STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand
Miss Dianne Brokas Mi's Ju-
Mass, 9 a. m. Wednesday
club, posted a 78 for fifth place By Michael H. ChJUyPh. GAINESVILLE MALL
Open Tuesday and Thursday Evenings honors in the Jacksonville City lie Walker Miss Susan Smith. 4752171AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ' Mass and Novena 7 p. m. BEAUTY ACADEMY
George L ath. Herb Nelson and MOBILE HOMES
by Appointment Only Mixed Two-Ball Championship Ray Crpbtree attended the .... COMMUNITY: CHt'KCIf:
PHONE 475-5285 held at the Dunes Club Sunday. North! Carolina-Florida game in Sundiy Schaool. 9:40: a. m, POWELL'S MUSTANG
HERE N' THERE Chapel Hill last weekend.Mr. "Bubble bubble gurgle, gurgle Morning Worship! 11. Ysvth: Fellowship Beauty AcademyLearn
"If your hair isn't becoming: to you you shouldbe Mrs. Jan Batts and son, Jeff and Mrs. Whitey flames quack quack, and all the l all( teenagers:! ) at 7 p. Mobile Homes, Inc.
coming to us!I" entertained their aunt Mrs were in Ohio this'! month visiting wet talk." This is your rain- m.: Pascal Carr director. Holy a Profession In Your Gainesville's Discount Mobile
Bess Grosberg. with a dinner with Whltey's family. En- soaked wind-blown: rolling: re Communion 1st Sunday:! in each Spare Time Full or Part Time Home Sales Lot.
................... party celebrating her birthday route home they njoyed: a visit porter with the soggy news. quarter. Wednesday night Prayer 219 N.W 10th 378-2768 NEW MOON CAPELLAAs
Ion[ Tuesday evening.: Guests included with: former Keystcner, Ernie How about that little storm last Service 7:30: ,-Rev. Leon F, Low as $100 Down
. Mrs. Elmer Howe: Miss and Bsv Wldegren, who are week? This ole lake sorta got Mllner. pastorEPISCOPAL. ELECTRIC MOTORS 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346
, Dana Hayes Leroy Syracuse, now living in Wilmington, Dela. rough Saturday morning around
and Don Dykeman Mrs. Karolyn Jackson and 3 o'clock. Roy Griffin told us PAINT and GLASSLIDDELL
4 Newlyweds, Mr. Syracuse, one of the! daughters. Debbie and Sandra, that he stayed up most of the St. Anne's Church Rev ELECTRIC
Let This Bank friendly Carolinians! who free were vacationing in South Florida night! (lor morning) keeping an William I. Jones, Vicar Holy Motor Repair Co.Of i PAINT
quents Keystone, was a guest last week eye on: his boats:: and at 9 a. m, Communion. 8 a. m. every
Give You it Mrs. Grosberg's home last Mr. Jim Peterson 'Mae) they were still having 4 foot Sunday. First Sunday- Holy Gainesville. Inc. i & GLASS

: A Lift week has just returned from: a visit waves on the! east shore. Believe Communion 8 a. m. and 9:30: Repairing Rewinding I Class Mirrors -Sliding door-
David Loper: who! Is presently with her husband. Maj. Jim me folks, when I got up a. m. Second third and fourth New and Used Tub Enclosures- Shower Doors
. serving a four-year term with at 3 it cuttin' it out Sunda; Ph. 371-8318 Furniture Tops Windows
Petersen, at Clark: Air Base, a m. was sMorning Prayer 2816 N. W. 16th -
the Navy, Is home on a 30-day in Philllplnes. Maj. Peterson, there on Santa Fe Ocean. For 9:30: a. m. Evening Pray Windows Awning
t ? leave for a visit with his parents who Ls stationed with the Aft'Force those of you who have never er-Sunday. 7 p. m. Holy Days FARM and INDUSTRIAL 116 N. W. 16Hi 372-81__
M. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lop in Vietnam was on seen this lake get wound up, I will be announced. EQUIPMENT
er.Les R&R rest and recuperation), can: tell you its like a small SEWING
n.K Stephenson: :: local golf The Petersons enjoyed v'sltlng: ocean. With all that rain in -LUTHERAN
pro was in Naples last week friends at Clark: ; Air Base and those couple of days. I was beginning Divine Worship 11 a m. Santa Fe Tractor National Sewing
; for the annual: Florida POA then continued their travels toa to think I'd have to put Sunday. Holy Communion 2nd FORDFarm Machine Co. Inc.
Business Convention: and golf mountain: resort at Baghlo. some pontoons on my wheel Sunday. Services held each Home Nelco
tournaments Florida PGA On her return: trip home: chair. We had a tree blown Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal Tractors & Implementa Pfaff New -
members were guests at the Mrs.: Peterson was a guest at down on our barbecue pit, which church. Richard Meyer. USED MACHINERY Used and RepossessedSales AU Makes
Beach! Club Hotel. where; they the home of Lt. Co!. and Mrs.: Is not very far from our house. mintetor. SALES PART SERVICE Repairs 378-1355
Come in and get acquainted. Let us help you conducted their!! meetings and Frank Coberv of Sacramento.In 4488 N. W. 6th 376-2548 611 W, University -

set up housekeeping, or bookkeeping or both played golf on the hotel's Las Vegas, 'he! vslted! her
with !low cost loans to help you furnish your course. A banquet!! dinner climaxed aunt and tncle, Maj. and Mrs.
home. With full banking service we can help you the week's activities on Jim Greek
with sound management always. MATHEWS Miss Lorraine\: Dey. graduate
student at FSU. was home this

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AUTOSERVICE Hubert Humphrey Has A Great Record. .

-- Sponsored or supported every progressive farm bill In
Complete Auto RepairsAir
In last 20
NOTICE Conditioning Repairs Congress years
& Automatic Transmission -- Solid for a strong farm program with greater bargainingpower

Service for farmers

PHONE 473-4404 ri' -- Strengthened food aid action In U.S. and abroad, soil

Little Lake Bedford ..eap.S'C' $ conservation, rural electrification, and FHA programs -

FOR REPAIR SERVICETO BEAUTY SHOP -c0.9Q'e "L and the farmer-committee system

REPORTA KEYSTONEBEAUTY __ When "farming the farmer" was fun for the moneylendersand

SHOPEDITH buyers of cheap farm raw material

__ When farm families "strengthened their moral fiber" by

TELEPHONE OUT OF ORDERon Personal and JOHNSON Creative Hair Owner Styling giving up income
Every Form of Beauty
Culture Tuea.-Sat. 9-5; closed
Monday. How has agriculture fared under Democratic and Republican administrations?

Starke, Kingsley Lake or Lawtey NURSERY What has happened to farm income under the Democrats and under the Republicans?

ExchangesDial Just look at the record in the chart below -- and remember who your friends are.
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derdale and Miami. business. However. quite a W' good -
Santa Fe) report a fairly
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kline N VOICE of theSPORTSMAN fish were caught. Thursday Roy week despite the bad weather. Religion*

1tEAdll and son. Rick of Coljmbus; r Griffin and Leonard Jones of Those people fishing out from Being StudiedAt SPEEDVILLEBy

OhIo. spent last week with her Ij \ Keystone got a lO i and a 2 Shopman's from Gainsvllle. In.

parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. pound: bass. and 28 Specs on: the cluded: Bobby Hague and son Penney FarmsThe

Samscn. \ MIKE CHITTY bru!! .pi1e. Friday Roy caught Joe caught 20 Sp.ecs; Mr. and
From Preceding Pagek.nd > By JuniorCollege '
1 Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Isenhaw-' ; '-rIa' Phone 475-2171 35 srecs. Thij lOMi pound Bass Mrs. Ralph Avera 46 'Specs: St. Johns River Rosa Mae Hatehlnson

daughter. Tammy spent Or have returned from Etowah, ,. ,. makes 3 Bass that he's caughton Joe Jacobs, 46 Specs; and Mr. class on "The Religionsof We are pleased to bring you
last weekend with Len's par Tenn. where they visited s the brush-pile while Speck Man met at 7 p. m. Tuesday.
his ......, and Mrs. Walter McGee, 65 news of interest from our Speed.
ents. Fred and Vera Swearln- sister Mrs. Carrie Dunn. fishing. in 3 weeks that weighed Oct. 13. in the Chapel of the
: Howdy sports fans dl:1:! ya Specs. From Jacksonville: : Mr. vllle settlement near Keystone
gen. Nina children:! attended the make it throuch all that rnr.! :y Gene Melvin came in second: around 12 pounds. Looks* like and Mrs. Dan Perkins 55 Penney Farms Memorial Home Heights each week. Please bring

Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Barrows ,story hour at the! Public Library and stor: last week? I tell with 116 yards Quarterback Roy is on the ball with those Specs; and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Community.The items for publication to your

have spent the last two weeks Saturday. They enjoyed singing. you boys. that wasn't even fit Bill Belote who returned a punt brush-pile Bass doesn't it? Roy Rounes 40 Specs. Mr. and class is studying the religions reporter not later than Sunday.

in Jacksonville visiting and playing and listening to stories weather for ducks. I say this 85 yards early in tin first quarter Bays he stayed op from 1 a. m. Mrs. Geiger of 'Starke 58 : of primitive folk and Services for the Church of

taking care of some business. which were read by Misses CaI I because our dusks were hidden to give Starke the! lead. also on! Saturday morning keepingan Specs. Jay Carroll and: David the sophisticated pholosophies God by Faith: Sunday School
Mr. and Mrs. tf W. Johnson of rol and Glenda Chamblse. led In offene. his boats during the of great cvillzations. They have
It is practically all week during that The Tornadoes eye on Thomas of Orange Heights. 3.; 10 a. m. Bible Study 12 noon.
Port ''St. Joe. are visiting the hoped] that more children were unable to of the storm. He told usa found tremendous riches of Information
will bad wsather. I had a real nice score again till worst Specs. C, A. Rodibaugh of Earl- (Willing Worker Club. 6 p. m.
Barrows' and the Kimbroughs participate In the future. The evening for covering: the Keystone the fourth quarter when Ron. 9 a. m. there were still 4 ton Beach. 30 Bass up to ft'a from the retired ministers Sunday Night Service 7:30.:

for a few days. project is sponsored: by tha! MelE football game it raided!': 30 nie Grlggs carried the ball in foot waves rolling in at his pounds: in the last two; weeks.C. missionaries and religious Prayer meeting each Wednes.

Mrs. Helen Walker of Jacksonville rcse Action Committee.Don't much till Ctls Melton and I ;on a 25 yard run. This gave the n1Arp. Bidens caught a 9Vi pound workers who are living day 8 p. m.
li spending: some time forget the Spaghetti Tornadoes, a 13-0 lead and their later years at the Mem.
stayed in his car through the was er. Pearl Miller and Erie Hydeof Regular Church Services each
with her brother-in-law and sister Supper which will be held at entire game. But. with same the final score. The outstanding Miami Beach caught 40 orial Home Community. Penney: Friday night at 8.

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Car the United Methodist Church's valuable assistance from Carl ,defensive men were: Willie Cohen Specs. Farms. Some of them have The Youth Choir will hold its

penter. Mrs. Walker Is recuper- Educational Building Saturday: ':Darden. we were able to coverIt quarterback Bill Belote. Uncle Alfred Hudson of Gainesville spent as much as 40 years in first annual anniversary Saturday

ating from surgery. from 6 to 8 p. m., sponsored by despite the rain.: For detailson and No. 1 man. Steve Crawford and Edward Christmas China. South America India. night Nov. 2.-Elder Walter

Mrs. Andy Boswell returned the MYF; $1.25 for adults and the 24.6 victory by Keystone who had 10 tackles. The Torna. of Lake City went fishing: at Africa and various Islands of Camp pastor: Minister: Ernest

last Tuesday from Riverside 75 cents for children. see my report on: the game with does remain!: undefeated, and Sikes' Fish Camp at the north the sea.John .McQoOle, assistant pastor.
Hospital wbere she had spent a Several Melrose children have face the Palatka Gannon: Is the SJRJC Instructor
the Keystone Heights news. Braves (la long end of Lochloosa and ran into Visitors wecome at all Ume .
week having & check-up. She Is been pavtlclpating in the New time rival of this class which
Those "Big Red" Tornadoesof : that has always some bad weather. But it Plesant Grove Baptist Church:
feeling much better now. and Life Bible Club which meets Starke just keep rolling up 'been tough) next week. started raln'ngr' and calmed meets each Tuesday evening.The Sunday: School. 10 a. m. Morn-

says she Is glad to be back on each Wednesday afternoon in t the victorias.!! They pulled a Well now. let's see what the down later and they caught 7 public is invited to visit ing Worship at 11. Evening Fellowship

Santa Fe. front of Yeoman's Appliance slippery 13.0 victory over Bol1 sin fish were doing for this lovely Bass that averaged 3 pounds. Penney Farms with the class 3 p. m. (second and

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Milliard stereo They meet in a trailer that rain last (Friday night. week. As you all know, stormsare While Roy Griffin: and family and to enjoy the evening of. fourth Sunday). Evening service

spent last week In: Qultman. which Is built like! a small and racked up another Conference just murder on the fishing were fishing! Sunday Roy fellowship. Penney Farms is located 7:30.:

Ga. on business.Mrs. church. Since this is Child: Evangelism : victory. The "Bulls" of but' there was surprisingly quitea caught 5 bass weighing from 3 on Highway 16. between Prayer Service each Wednesday
H. T. Smith and Mrs. Week children who few fish Starke and Green Cove Springs.
bring caught ole
Bradford. Ronnie Grlggs and despite This large bars and string of to 7 pounds and 48 -spcs.! 7 p. m.-Rev. Leroy Davis -
dinner guestsof a child to the For further Information con.
Ruby Wolfe were meeting: with 'Gladys.
Gene Melvin led the offense, As of yet, I do not have any pastor.
X. M. SmithIn them will specs were caught out fromGriffin's tace Mr. Gannon at the college.plore .
Mr. and Mrs. j-ecelvs a small and the Tornadoes to their Griffin's Lodge east shore of sources for hunting news, but
Lodge by Paul Stein.
'Btarke last Sunday. They all award. fourth victory in a row. Ronnie Santa 'Ta) reported that rainy will keep trying.! Since there Is 328-1571 extension 245.
metz and fl'le:1d.Shlpmaa's LEGAL FORMS. Bradford
Jackssnvllle Cub'! Scout Pack : There Is charge and reservations
in :: J09 no
went visiting: will hold Griggs led with 155 yards while weather all week Is bad on west no more fishing! news, Ill say
the afternoon. the regular morthly! Camp shore are rot necessary for County Telegraph. Ph.
during pack meet
Goodbye and Good Luck. ___..__ G".1'IRIII. :
'LL .. ..
Pete and Joyce Barton and Tuesday Oct.. 29 at the! Epls. In 'rIo. Con..r *"*...'. Court OfHrndford mis meeting"r- -
son. George and Buddy and copal Parish House at 7:30: p.m. ('...nt r, FlorM. !.
of Starke. were The Melrose 'I>r........> >...
Nell Garner: Homemakers In n.: F..I..t..r Aaron '1'.
Saturday nlgM dinner guests ofthe Club will meet at Wa! Home i 1..1. ........a".d.
Clifford Dwyers of Brooker. Demonstration Club Thursday flT1CE TO OKKDITORS:
_\II nvdlloi'M of theestate ofAaron
Well friends due to the weather Oct. 24, at 9:30: a. m. .\. l'anl. last week. I'm afraid that's The Women U the Episcopal 'h.-r'-l notified nnd Required to
tli. clftlm or demand.
all the news for this week. Church are busy making plans which they timy have a&ralnitHII
When you read the poem this for their Bazaar which will bs I.I ..tntr. In the office of theComity

week. keep In mind that It's, Saturday: Nov. 14, at the Pa- i Florida.Judm In of the Bradford Courthoutmat Countv -

about hurricanes In general. jish House. itark.., Florida, within six!
nil"ndnr month from the date
The only reason I called It; Duplicate Bridge of the flrnt publication of thl. I NEW MOBILE HOMES. Chic-

"Glady" Is that's the most recent Winners of the Melrose Dupli. nolleKiuh. rlalm or and demand must kasha 20' x 2...' wide. Buddy George E. LaRue
mu"t l> In writing
hurricane. I s'nceraly hope: cate Bridge last week were: .,IHlH the plav.. of residence and If you find your name among the Classified Ads, i Clemson Layton travel trailers -

that none of those things happened Mrs. F. T. Hogue and Mrs.! J..-.-- i Liberty Taylor, Azalea.I INSURANCE AGENCY

: thU time. So. until next; W. Strawn. 1st ;place: Mrs. Roland -iifi, ''t iifflt-w addr...M. of the claimnot. ? come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing 'I Auto Fire Homeowner

week. I'll say "G Jdbye. and 1 Bryan and Mrs. J. P. I hlH l HK..nt or hi. attorney free Mt and de-
1' II will .Iecome void arcordtnfff'tnrVnrc FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre 301 Drive- ,
may the Lord bless and keep, Vose 2nd place; M.-s. B. A. Alf f, or livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER' ''

you all." Now. here's Leeon. len and Mrs. J. W. Foster, 3rd K. PertUM. Executor of In. ; MART. INC., 6912 BlandingV. Keystone Height 473-4692
th H .tate of Aaron T. Paul, Passes
IJEEON'S: CORRNER ; Mrs. Ray Becker and oVreHHPd.Blxl Jax- 7718776. tfchg'

"Gladys" :Mrs, W. J. Crollck, 4t.h pl;*cc. :. ..- -H. Sunder. WANTED USED cas cook

the ole gal Gladys, 14Vt'pxt! Call Street XN8CKAKTCB stove electric refrigerators
They called '' New Innerspringa USED VACUUM or ,
UNICEF PARTY still kv. FloridaAttormy 'I' devnma re-
Gladys the Hurricane.And for KxecntorKliMt and Box AT REDUCED: RATES beds dinette seta bedroom
Springs cundlbloned
There will be a party for i 915 up. 10 different
when she came our way. Publications. : September: 2 6. AUTO FIXB, BOAT sets sofas and chairs. Phone
those children who "trick or I name brand* to elioas* from.
She really broucht the rain. treat" for UNICEF Thursday 9126 It 10/17 Up to 15/ / .! Drop U. A Car or CallPALATEA DOYLE!: B. CONNER Parts A excellent: repairs a.1 I 9647923. Dabmers. tfchg

She also brought the wind. ( ) EA 691MMRS. EVSURANCK) AGENCY
night Oct. 31, after the children i makes. KIRBY SALES FOR SALE-.Coastal. Bermuda
And man It was blowing: hard.It : have finished. There will :NOTK'H HKUINTKH OP INTKXTIOX KICTI110VMNtMK : Earn!: word PEGGY SHAULJOB tfchg I SERVICE: 712 N. Main. OalneaVUU I Hay 50c bale and up. J. B.
really was a sight to s;e. : i 209 E. Adkloi 8t.I 376-7110.
be refreshments and tfcfcg
games. White. 9646114. tfchgMEN
The mess In everyone's yard. :Notice. IM hereby given that Extra I Furniture Repaired I
the Recreation PUMPSNEW
Students from
under the -
) iiiidernlitned pro.isI.ns
But that was jut the beginning Department of the University the| of Chapter J0.953 Laws paid In / Upholstered &: Refinished i DID YOU KNOW Ifj' easy to WANTED Men cottage
Of what ole storm would .f Florida. Act. of 1041. will AND USED own
this a
MATTRESSES REBUILT Longchamp Home? parents age over 21. Startingpay
of Florida will help with the reV.-fl"ter with the Clerk of thr
do. creation. Ir.-iilt Court in and for Brad- Memorial SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Better built for F'>rMa llvj,,j $295 month promotion opportunities

She messed! up many a home Children learning about '",..' County, Florida upon re- & Shallow Wells w ing. Your plan or ours. j and regular increases

And even destroyed! a few. the functions: are of UNICEF this ..,'Ii.t" notice of proof, the of flctltlom publication name orlh 7 cent AsTiMATTRi' Water Softeners & Filters Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- ,' < in pay. 8 hour day S

When: the waters started rising. if Wln-Kr Farm under which UPHOLSTERY ford Mitchell phone : Melrose 1& 1:84-1'
week at Elementary JJ WORKS Fxpert Service On
Thy: really flooded many School through films and lit. fit r.' arc I Hox.nJBlI'ed! 1U4, Lake'In business Butler at CARDS J Jo0 Ii I 710 1mnn St. PalatlnIM All Makes 1 6853 P. O. Box 238, I' i state retirement.!' U Interested

places. erature. .!, 'I tf J',.. l please apply! in person' Personnel
And it was simply! heart break Fill.vIli{ V. flynn and Winifred word or Phone 964-7061 I II| Manager!! Sunland Training Cen-
WOMAN'S CLUB :.1. Hlvnn. It!. I Box 104. Lknut'cr. I
ing. Miss Jane Driscoll and Mrs. Florida, vo-ownera. Each word DURRANCE PUMP tar Gainesville. Fla. tfchg
To tee those penpli: faces.k n"....) thlit 24th day of September : AND SUPPLY CO. JIMMY MOORE'S
John J. Brennan presented a .\. !>., ID((18 al ,Starke, THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY
And what 'about the!
children program to members of the Ilnidfonl) County, Floilda.OI2B CONCRETE; :I SUN SPORTS consists of responsible people
Who arc left without a home 4t 1017KOTIt'R FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE
Woman's Club at their regular
Some even lost their families.So ner home. ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom I c' high moral purpose, concerned
semi monthly: meeting. There Large family MOORE BOAT rOE
about the future of
our coun-
now the streets they must 1 Of IVrKVriON TO I'/4 bath. Treated just
were exhibits and demonstrations IIKUIHTKH' ,FICTITIOfMNotice dining room YOUR MONEY try. Education! is cur strategy.
roam. of the Melrose Area :YAMI: lent outside of city limits in Starke Ph. 6645791SERVICE
Truth is '
our: only weapon. In.
It's so sad. there's nothing we' la hereby !given that Pinebreeze. Easy monthly'
Crafts. i(lie undersigned, under the proTlxlonti Call 964-5641 : quire John Birch Society P.O.
can do. Hostesses for the meeting of Chapter 20,953 Laws terms. Longchamp Const Co.
SPECIAL, Box 247. Starke. Florida 320Jl.4tpU'7.
Except to the Lord we can nf Florida. Act. of 1B4I will I Contact B1.fo/1 Mitchell
were Mrs V. V. Crawley Mrs. ,register, with the Clerk of the Ski Rig h ___ $393.00;
rray F. Moody, Mrs. E. H. Eland rinutt' Court In and for Bradford I pone 964-6853. P. O. Box New Model Engines arriving -
And n ck Him ID\ remove those and Mi-s. W H. Allen. County, Florida, upon reel ; THE NEW 338 Starke. tfnbw, FOR RENT-2 room furnished
,' |>t of proof of publication of O' every day.
!'Iorm,. The next meeting will be held this notice the fictitious name FOR SALE-Beautiful large cottage 3 miles South of Sin rke
And sh'eIS another bright day. the first Wednesday in ; riaia Lodge Motel. Hwy. 301 3", on 301. Ph. 9645801. tf
: NovemJ J bedroom
th, Starke Florida. QiC') home. Central heat. :, '
""her and will be the last meet. chHrle W. Lundy and Mary DoItYourselfSEAMLESS Insulated. 2 blocks of shoppingcenter. 1 FOR RENT TV sets baby
K.: Lundy Hwy. 801 North t..le AI- ,,' ED WAINWRIGHT
.'TTTTTTTTTT ..T.TTYYYMELROSE ing presided over by Mrs. With. titarke: Florld*. co-ownerB. Phone 964-5174 tfchg beds, electric guitars and amplifiers -
erspoon. who has resigned. The Dated thltf 24th day ot September : 1 refrigerators by day. AGENCY
next president will be announced 1968 A. D. at Starke '- RELIEF COOK WANTEd 4''1 week or month. Phone 984-l' For All Your

at that time. bradford County 8/28 Florida.4t 10/17 j shifts weekly. Good pay. Applyin 7923. Dahmers. tfchg:: Insurance NeedsSpecializing

BAKE SALE i parson at Longhorn Restaurant. :- in

By Joyce Bowo There will be a bake sale Til ConiHr JmlaVn, ('...".. 1" And MOl' tfchg :A. J. Thomas Realtor General Mobile Home InsurancePh.
Saturday Oct. 26. at the Melrose For Brmlforil fount)'. Florliln. FLOORING Real Estate, and Appraising'for '
...... .... .. in re: Estate of Kalhryn U.d..d. ( \WANTED-Brick and'or block ] Estates Starke 961-6818
&AA I Post Olfica, starting: at 8:30: :Lrsiuan. Corporations and
I 1 r't masons: tenders and la.Jc'ers. '
a. m.. sponsored; by the Mel- ;SUTICF: TO CRFIHTOHS: j Individual Owners. 30 Years Ex. 'I I
Col. Emma E. Vogel has returned of the estate ofKMIwyn -
All creditor ; Report to Mr. Farrant.
rose Elementary PTA NO. 681 I perlence in Florida Land Mat '
to raise deceased
U. Leaman -
from an extended trip in; funds for their projects. On the arc hereby notified and reiiuliudto Large lot. 80 Trlcst Const. Co. 953 N. Ternipla ,,ters. 205 N. Temple Ave.. Tel. Now OpenFor
Texas and California. While at' die claim or demand Ave.. Starke. 3tehg-10-24.
any I
same day there 2 bath. wiKEJfS 904-5701.! TF Chg
: will also
Fort Sam }Houston Texas Col. be a which they may have against --
bake sale at the Putnam Hall ''Mild estate In the office of the 2220 sq. ft. j WANTED. TO RENT-Comfor- Business
Vogel gave a graduation addressfor County Judge of Bradford Cmintv. -
the class completing the Post Office, also; sponsored: by 1 Florida. In the courthouse $19,500 and t::'>Ie hcme on Kingsley' Lake Cor': ''SEWING:: MACHINE Cleaned.
'Physical Therapy: Course con the! Melrose Elementary PTA.
ducted at tits U. S. A-my Medical Baked goods of all kinds will be of' the firm publication of thliinotue acres tobacco 'I Prefer lease with option to buy. i iWrite home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs -
; sow. Each claim or demand rented, several "M' Drawer also.
care A. All work guaranteed.
Field Service School and 1 MEN WANTED Record Shop
United Methodist niiiM be In writing and must tree*. Well LaundrYI I
'presented a medal to the outstanding Church j tnie the place of residence and homes 2tchgl0.31'I'workers. Kitchen aids laborers -,,-!harks. Dennis E. Cogglns. Phone 431-
The Circle clalni- I
of the
Meeting of the ini t office address 1428. tfchg
giaduate. She also Woman's Society of Christian ant and must. be sworn to I by estate In one ; I cottage parents watchi I FOR RENT-2 bedroom: house, '

spent several days visiting He- Service will ba held in the {i attorney th(' claimant. or It his will agent become, or void his down. cooks and clerks ground-lice neighborhood Elec. Range I SEVERAL GOOD USED Adding

inis Fair. home of Mrs. C. P. Berkelman HI -nrdlna- to law. Strout Realty. keeper truck driver. Five nnd i Gas Heater. Phone 964-5801. : Machines for sal eleo 1117 W. CALL ST.

In California sha visitedmany Wednesday: at 2:30.: Octi.her Tnderwood 8th. 1008.Alahel OMter Ave. ((904)) ': day week eight hour day. tf 'tries; subtraction credit bal STARKE. FLA.
old Army Friends includ. Rlate State retirement vacations ance. Bradford Tele-
The First Quarterly Administrator of the County PHONE 961-5117
ing Col. and Mrs. Sam Confer- decea sick leave. I CHECKING STATION \
Fisher 'fIt Xathlyn t: Lea-man If interested please( operators :ItrR pit.
ence of the Church ]I
'ormerly of Melrose who are will be held ed apply in person Personnel!) wanted at Camp Blanding. Ph. ,' U11 -
Wednesday First publication October 10th LAKE '
now living in Santa Barbara evening. A covered 1"B8.! Manager, Sunland Train-8'! between 8 a. m. and: WANTED USED WRINGER
and had an extended motor dsh!! supper will precede the Thonia & }'I.r,'" $15 I Down tog Center, Gainesville, Fla. s i p. m. 2tch -10-31 'washer' : Will pay cash or take''' FOR SALE-21" Admiral color
conference, at 6:30 i 1'. (> IH-Hwef 1033Xtarke. rv with antenna. 1065. $150:
: p. m. Rev. In trade on anything.! Dahmers
trip throughout! the stat Lake tfchg
Flit..Attt'rneyl Lots 4
The R. M. Cason home was John: Slices of Gainesville will 'iFOR RENT Attractively fur Dicount House. tchi j GE[ Automatic washer $35: gas
the preside. Everyone is welcome. 10il0; 4t 10/31 -Investment I !. NEEDED Furn.'nished 2 bedroom hcuse. Coupl --- space heater 35,000 BTU $15.
4 setting for a joint birthday
Members of the WSCS will i i or unfurnished. SII'outI 01' couple with Infant. Gladys DRESSMAKING Alterations All in excellent condition. Ph.
celebration for Fenton Morrisof
end the week To The Circuit Court In Ana S. E. Harl'lnllton. .! and all types sewing in 782-3664. tfchu
Palatka! Mrs. Pete Justus| of Prayer and l-'or llrmlford I'onnfr, Florida 2117 N. Temple Ave.. Itp, my
self-denial: Thursday morning. Hill .\.tI.I ... >''. I Fla. of Welaka. and Mrs. R. M. Ca-
UiilrnUlirrty FOR RENT-Large 2 bedroom ALTERATIONS for woman'sand
Offering will be taken at the 1100. Phone 9645348. Archie and l
son. who was celebrating her Thursday Service. : Nutlimnl an A hit I.lfu ianln In(nroncefimpiinv 'uriyitlon | '- Keystone RENT-12x58 3 bedroom 1 furnished duplex apartment. ,! Mildred Hollingsworth.Stchg. men's clothing: also make

82nd birthday. The group enjoy ARTS AND CRAFTS 1-lr.lntirf. v. Ui-org KitoliiTti !' '. Also 2
ed a pot luck birthday:! dinner Faith et nl. l>..r'nlanu.iIl'l"I'I' FOR SALE- Jct. lit and 225 northwest of I Apts.. 633 McMahon. 964- I I, Washington! St.. rear. lip
Presbyterian! Church :- : flK Hl'ir:
and sang hymns. accompaniedby sponsors an arts To: Meorire TJ. U"b"rt whose Home top J. B. White 064-6114. 6279. tfchg' TO BE SOLD HERE: Spinet
'Mrs. J. V. Ford at the or and crafts rlrlence.,.niln l: r a r-ll. Inilinnii soilWillIe neighborhood. tfchg Piano for $288. Sacrifice to I I SECRETARY WANTEDFullI
program for everyone ta: the inldrcmi, 1* Dux LARGE Like FOR SALE Some household time; typing necessary. Apply
241. Paoll. Indlnnn., close account. Write Credit'I II 'I
gan.Those attending Included Mr. MelroseKaystonarea.. The Yon aro hereby notified thAtan 3 br. 2 baths YOU NOTES--Beau- furnishings! and clothing. Sat Manager Piano it Organ Land. Oilman Paper Co.. St. Mary'.

and Mrs. Casan their childien:: program U held each Thursday action to forulnpc II no.tCf0. part. Nice : engraved la gold or urday morning: 9 a. m. Ill 1 I I i i Kraft Div., MaxvlUejFla., PhOne
at 1:30: p. m. for adults and haa been filed na-alnut you $1.25 for box of25 in- Inc.. Phillips Shopping Center. !
and families; Mr. and Mrs. Ce- 3:30: an.I .lenn I.. ISohertM.: a single\ \ Down. p. m. Fourth house on right be. I Jacksonville. Fla. 289-2911 for appointment
cil Harris of Welaka. Mr. and P. m. for children. woman nnd you are' rc'iulred to BUY envelopes. Bradford hind Heilbronn Baptist Church. I tfchg

Mrs. G. a. Thlgpen: of East Pa Most arts and crafts, except servo"..Cpna.a...copy If Anto of your It nn written Jon'nlni Bill (flinty TelepraoN. tf, Mrs. Terrell. Itp TWO BEDROOM house for rent. "!

latka; Mr. a.fn.: :! !\ J. V. Ford: J ceramics are taught. The only .., "'nlt.... Clnrko: and Ham/ Real RENT free for 417 S. Cherry. Phone 964-5042.1 FOR SALE-SACRIFICE: 1
charge Is payment for; the material I1t -n. attornny for. plaintiff. light FOR RENT-Furnished apartment bedroom furnished hcuse on
of Palatka and Ralph Cason ,, Call tfchg
; whose addreiia In .Iorhlll1 ,
work Underwood
used. It 4 rooms and bath. Utili- CORNER ACRE Waldo
Is (near
and daughter. Diana Jane. of open to anyone t tl-jpnl riiinU, Kiilldlnt I'oat Office Bill Powell I :
who is interested. The II"' 4700. Jnck*"nvllle\ In Ph. 964 6985. tfchg ties furnished. Phone 964-6852. \ 18 miles frcm Gainesville. New
pop. the
Sliver Lake: their grandchildren ular craft being Florida" 3Z201 and file the. or. tf FOR SALE 'Rototlller and I Pump. No bath. Fenced. $2.000
: Mrs. Marilyn Wsddls:!! and taught now Is Iglnal with the Clerk of the SALE: 2 space heaters. Compost mill. Both run leas'
string craft. above Court on or before ;November FOR RENT- cash. Call 468-1425 for appoint-
son Shawn of Gainesville. Mr. Mrs. John: J. 20, 1068 : otherwlHf a two bedroom 51 BTU and Washington LOST-Gray Starfllght briefcase than 5 hoi-rs. Ph. 964-6478. Up!! ment. 2tp 10-31
and Mrs. Fenton Morris and Brenan is dl- JudB-ment. may be enteredagainst : BTU pipe and dampers. $15 containing Army records and orders I, -
son. Ritchie, of Palatka; an4Ralph | rector assisted by Miss Jane you for the relief The de- attractive 2 or both for $25.00. Good and other Important papers.
minded tho
Drlscall. who is Director Reasonable rent FOR SALE-Two good vacuum FOR SALE
James Cason of Falatka. of real property proceeded sgainstNinC 200 E. Adkins St. Lost Sunday on Hwy. 100 near
Camp Crystal Lake. Starke. cleaners w/attachments. $10 Out of Town LoU suitable for
Others attending included Mr. U Long Bridge.
Reward for
The fI! ). Block Two i f2. return.
clan meets at Faith Lot each. 1320 Standing St., Sara- house trailers or modern homes.
and Mrs. Fete Justus of Welaka In South (Ont Heplst accordlnBto MALE Contact Sheriff's office. Lake
and Mrs. Catherine Griffin of J Pre>'bvte-lp, Church located the pint thereof recorded InPUt FOR SALE fuller or call 496-4451. lip toga Hts. Itp Lots of trees. Price $850.00.
!Melrose. fi-twesn Melrose and Keystone Book a. PaK 1. public record FRONT space' heater connections, 'A nice brick mercantile building

Larry Sapp son of Mr. and Heights_ .> of Bradford County. Flor- WHEEL and stand $10.00. A. J. FOR RENT-4 room unfurnished LARGE 4 ROOM upstairs apt. suitable for a variety of uses.
'Vltnei-i. hand and the peal, Tel. 9645701. For .sale or rent.
Mrs. Wilbur Sapp celebratedhis : 1 RAINFALL REPORT of *nld Court,mv on this 10 day of Excellent apartment. 2 bedrooms large Adults only. Mrs. W. B. Mundy,

7th birthday: at his home Rainfall reported by towers (October 1069. experienced CLEANING: 10 years hall. Ph. 964-6937. tfchg 964-5051. 2t-10-31 Three bed room frame house

:Monday. during the week ending: Mon-
John Cham!>lee. con of Mr. day: New River 2.70 inches: Cir, iii neu2hPVt. ;Mocdy, Deputy pany benefits 964-5047. 3tp 10-31 layer farm. 7500 capacity. $13.. fished concrete block house on and large lot. Price $6.-

and Mrs. Tom Chamblee. celebrated Highland.: : 4.40 inches; Santa F;. Clerk fly ing salary. 600. Furniture. 4 rooms full. Clark Street. Call 964-5821. 000.00 with terms.

his 19th birthday laatweek. 33. inches. County average 3.13 _10117 4t 11/7 Fla. area. Widow or couple cheap. Ph. 9645096. Itch? tfchg

Inches. No fires reported during 60 years of age, free Let's discuss your realty needs.
'Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore: week. PAYROLL ENVELOPES. Drawer A share expenses. Should be FOR SALE-3 bedroom. 1 bath WANTED-Lady to live in with We may be able to help you. We

and daughter Cindy and Laura, with or without carbon flat.. \n equal to drive. like to fish. Home concrete block house. Large cor, my mother, $75 month. Call certainly will try.

',soent the weekend in Ft. Lau fills BIO PENS. Ball Point Re- Bradford County Telegraph ))loyer. on lake. Ph. 473-4370 if in ner lot. Located: .1027 Butler Rd. I Mama Priest 9647254. A. J. Thomas. Realtor

t Bradford County Tele- Ph 964-6309. terested. Itp $111,500. Ph. 964-5887. 8t-I2-121 2tchtf-10-31 Tel. 964-5701

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