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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 31, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY OCT :31. 1968 NUMBER NINETEEN

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HearingWith County Next Tuesday .



the hearing between -

Bradford County I ,.

School System and the Department

of Health Education -

and Welfare I Students Absentees

HEW( ) set for one week

from today, the County

still has net received a' letter ri.t Indicate

from HEW.Superintendent Vote ForWallce t# v je

Tom Casey

said that this silence makes

kim: optimistic concerning the Big VoteA

possibility::> that: the hearing maybe 1

cancelled as the school system -

requested a couple' of If a straw ballot conducted Humphrey Nixon Wallace 73; to 80 per cent turn-

week ago: when' It presented Its by students in an out i is predicted for Urad-,

plan for 1969-70. American History class at fOl'eI'otel't4 in Tl1e dIlY''''

Casey said he hopes this HHS is any indication of general election by the office -,

silence means HEW :is studying:! i how their parents will vote Ballot of the supervisor\ : of J

the I plan and will accept It. The I next Tuesday. Bradford Long May I'lections.

expected letter wu one which a County will b.. in the George Third party presidential) candidate .

HEW official said he would Wallace column in the George Wallace still Is I

send following a telephone: convenation BHS Cheerleader PerformTornado November 5 presidential predicted to cany the county in

with Casey Tuesday sweepstakes.With the big race. despite his reported ,
letter to contain Cause ConfusionThe '
Oct 22. The was
nation
: dl':" In popularity;::
official notification ofHEW's 144 votes:> cast In thestraw
cheerleaders whoop It up gamely ""'V *<>', ally. Local Dsmocrats me waging (
emerged .
position! concerningBradford ballot. Wallace
luring I ho Hrtlutkn game their team lost! 32-6. The Tornadoes' journey to Perry tomorrow cant of the andGriffin's a strong campaign for Vice-
63 Griffin's
County. with 91, or pr tion carried name
Casey said he Is pessimistic BUS sludenU at the game never slapped yrll- nighl. (o take on Ihclr second undefeated teamIng total. Hubert Humphrey was Nov 5 ballot is long and : name had to be put Ple31jontIu'! :>el't Humphrey and
Edmund
runnlng-nute, EJ.I.: :
concerning: the .situation If the : for thelr trnm no matter how far behind JII two ueeks. runner-up with 27 votes: 19 per and sometimes complex and on the ballot. his chairman, I
Muskle. Thz campaign
hearing Is held "I think If we cent: and Richard Nixon ran some! precinct! clerks commented : So to vote for Wallace and : Richard Nixon I

pet to the h,arlng we'll definitely third with 25 votes-18 per cent at their Tuesday niiht meetIng for It to be a valid vote, simply for Republican: has
fnvorlt nationally I
lose" he told The Telegraph of the total. One member of the that: there will probably bea put a large X in the space by cdis-oi:! : of 400

Wednesday morning He Proposed ConstitutionOpposed class did not vote. number of Invalid votes cast, both names. To cross: out Os if- also votes upped tae Nlxn his: prediction:here: to twice

also said nat If HEW would In the U. S. Senate ballot. especially in the case of those fin's name and substitute Gen that number, within: the past

look at the plan from "an educational Ed Gurney won decisively by voting for the third party can LeMay's would result in an Invalid \u-ek.

viewpoint, I should be claiming 64 per cent ((93 votes I didate George Wallace. ballot. Is betweenioimr

very optimistic.! However, they to 31\\ per cent ((47> votes!! for Leroy Enclosed In the booth: pencil In the presidential race, A\ close race seen Collins and

may not: consider this angle." Collins Four students did In: hand, the voter may discoverfor choice: of vice-presidential! candidates 1:> :! Gov Leroy
By Rep. fortlia
Tyre U S. Rep Edward:! Gurney
The "plan" is one adopted by not vote In this race. the: first time that the bal is not given. Space Is
being -
seat vacated
t U. 5, senate : :!
the School Board on Oct. 9 and Having studied government In lot calls Wallace's party the provided for one large X and by retiring !Siat3i'G23i-K3!: :

calls for an educational park the four weeks preceding the George Wallace Party and lists that X counts for both men lithe : Smathei's, Collins is well.known

and requires that beginning!: in vote, the students were given aclear his running mate as F:>I'mI' patty.Florida's. the state a'tsr histerm
and descriptive picture of Georgia Governor Marvin Griffin 13 electoral votes throughout
the school: year 1969-70 all Favored ;
By Rep. ShawUsually '' ;.1* novc.'nor and l !:11' has
county students In grades seven the Federal government In relations will go to the candidate carrying : served:! n< oreidnt: :: : of the: Na-
through junior college will attend to national elsclons. The: world now knows that the state. Names of electors ttnal Association of Bread-

I school:' in the educational: together on every Isme. On Monday Nov.: 4, they willparticipate Wallace's party is called theAmerlca are not printed on fie general :
flrlltdU'ectol'
: the state could:! live under.Tyrt : resert from 102,000 to 250.000. enstl"rs.5: the: nation's:
In a panel discus- Independent Party election ballot, but the
park which! now contains Bradford Dist 16 Rsp. Gene Shaw, opposes the proposed of Human Relations, as.ndl'I'cl'ctal'y t
High School,. the: Vo-Tech Staike and Dlst. 17 Rep Ralph constitution because: Too many amendments: sion, styled after the famllav and Gen. Curtis LeMay Is his names of fie! actual candidatesfor of commel'ceunclr
nculd) be needed i
for the
new "Meet The running male.Explanation.
Center and the Middle School. television show president and vice-president '.
who both
Lake City, > rep- .
Tyre. -It creates lieutenant gov- PrsBldant.Johnson.! .
:: : <
i, 'All other: from' ,t41pSt! ,'OrpIt Ujatitled.Possible .. Pressonqualifications for this'' muddled. for-whom! dhe electors will vote, .
> county students : iihsnt' BrC3IirtfC8nnty:: : : ; have--"eTffor'wlth'Tio""duties''to> / : Yuh lritlaiidm .. Rep Gurney, n staunch consul
tJroua1'the pledge of full faltbAn:1 and: of the three ma- situation Is that to: qualify for if elected, printed the
I klnde-caiten:; : sixth taken opposite views of the pro .with the aoveanorRed'Ih'jbuU platforms are on 'votive Republican; U waglnirn
: credit:! of the Stats to
pay placement 01
Florida's
general
, candidates. : ballot ,
grade will attend community stab'constltutlo:1, jor
posed: : new : n of the present strong campaign; calculated to .
I off bonded: indebtedness In taught by Mrs, election ballot, the Wallace
class to wtlte-hi
: document The par- If a voter wishes
scboIs. Shaw: favors the new ius tax formula: under whichall make hN ruggedly"' hl1ndsoml'I
To:> much camoflauRe: which Thelma. TJiornton. ty :had to obtain 18,478 signatures a vote for another: presidential
, Dr..Henderson Ind'cated In which will replace the counties represented:! by the would i.3i'lt: in litigAtion face familiar to all Floridians
I the! Oct 22 conversation: that: the:' present!! Constitution written in two legislators lose mcr.ey.T.ia on a petition by Sept. 1. candidate other tnan the three: by next, Taesday.'p' !
R:?p. Slnw rn the other hand The
party did qualify but Wallace
listed the he must
I plan may be unacceptable because 1885 If voters!! approve; It. because -- : words "unless other- on ballot Growth of tae: Republican
two: schools Andersonand he says !it gives the people \\Ke o'ovided: by law" in the p.I'lt" cut that: the proposed had not yet chosen LeMayas write !in names of 14 electors tot Party in Florida: in the past
RJE would remain all i Continued on Page Four) his running: mate so the petl.By t the: Electoral College In a space
voice in government of
a greater new draft which gives the LezislaUre fo.u- yea-s hns seen the visa;
I black provided: on the ballot. The: entire
In local
candldats
: power; to: kill the ordinance Republican :
If the! hearing: Is held as scheduled Tyre opposes the propsed: making power by passing space, all 14 lines: one for legislative and! Judicial races
Winn-Dixie Manager
t at 10 a.m. Nov. 7 -:InWashington. document and says he will rot a general law restricting the ..! 1 .<< each electoral:>: vote:> for which! for the fleet time

: D. C., it will probably vote for it because It takes counties.He the State of Florida: qualifies, Circuit Judge:: : J. C, Adkliis.

, be attended by Casey and away the voice of the people.:> believes!! the basic document mud be written cr the ballot Ji.. Democratic: candidate for\

I I Board:> Attorney George Pierce. Tyre listed 18 reasons he opposes rhoild: : be placed on the will be counted as a no-vote. Justice of the Supreme) : Court

The:' School Board will meet at the new draft in a tele- ballot:> first, then the controversial Space is also: provided on the from Group 2. is op;sasd: by

10) a.m. Wednesday and at that phone Interview Mcrday.Shaw : issues taken up one at a Robbery Recalledof ballot to write in a candidate: Republican David L, McCain.

time could decide others could contends the new 12 article foi the U. S. Senate Under a Closer to name District Itt

attend. (haft: to be an improvement time.It calls for anrual sessionsof new Florida law, a write-In Rep. Ciena Slaw: has Republican

:, over the present 1885 Con the state legislature the accident: candidate: must qualify as such opposition for tV: first time

Court ultutlon/ of 20 articles which: ha* The Legislature could J Rope burns shining pink on "I couldn't see anything but and no other write-ins! will be in Rev Lawton B Thomas of

District been amended 142 times. He change the constitution withoutn his wrists Saturday afternoon Ernest woods but I heard a car going counted.: Two write-In candidates 'Mucclenny.
Wlnn-Dlxi-s >
I soys the Legislature never compromised vote of the people; if its present Manage by and knew which direc have qualified for:> the District 17 Democratic: Rep.

. on principle: ::;: In grinding wordlnj: prevails Phillips recounted: the morn.lng's tion to go to the highway WhenI Senate Post sought by GOP Ralph! Tyra cf Laks: City Is alas:

Denies Petition out the ccirj-'smise: version -Size' cf the Senate Is :reduced events when he was kidnapped q t got to tae: highway I still didn't Cong, Ed Gurney and former cppoasd by a Republican;: : Kurt

of the Legislature Revision:> Com !! ficm the store parkinglot ift to turn to go Governor Leroy Collins They Bsac'.i.:
) : from 48 to 40. which know which way W Bicker: of Fernandas: ::
mittee's!! dra't. bat tried to writen world! Increase! the: number of and robbed on his way from to Stark er where I was" But are Ernest B. Sibrt: : and John: For ths first time In over 80

In Timber Suit document that: every person InNegotiations r.I'I'.Otl lint nator weald rep- the bank f he turned toward Camp! Bland-:! Spooner; only those two: nam year Floridians will set a
"Most tense moment
was
ca i be counted if written-in.
--
Ing and soon recognized landmarks chance to vote on a t totally:> : revised -
whn they stopped the car. I A legal question Is also raised
Petltl:>:. for a rehearlnz by didn't know what to expect," e he :saw. bv the fact that: Marvin Griffin's : state: csnstltutlsn. The
UnderwayTo Thplace was about 15 miles present constitution: of 20 artl-
Container Corp. In Its timber Phillips: remembered: recalling a.T a. name Is on the ballot with cut down by a Legislative R3-
tax suit with Bradford:! County hew he had been left 13 miles (Continued on Page Four) Wallace Instead l of Gen LeMay.If .
dies and 142 amendments originally : -
was denied: last week by the from town tied hand and foot r Wallace
. should win In Florida
penned! In 1885, :has been
First District: Ccurt: of Appeals. in the rear floorboard of his own a.p forvtiom: : would his 14
( Bandits vision Committee:> to 12 articles:
The district court upheld aJeclsl DadNegotiations car in which he had been adducted electors vote In the Electoral
by the Florida
und approved :
r. Re-Open Big ;
; < :.-> made by Circuit Court College? Legislature: 'or a vote by the

Ij Judge John ut. H. Mcrphres: list .Phillips:: was returning froma They will !have taken an oath people next Tuesday.

July which upheld Bradford be. bank about 11:30: Saturday: Leave to vote for fie: ticket as presented The proposed nsw constitution,

I County's claim that timberland:! are underway merce Is still talking with pros oct 25, and was just getting 'FEnreat .' on the ballot, but Florida! the final draft aflor: four special .
tween Big! Dad ManufacturingCo.
assessments shsud average $78 pects about the Big Dad:! plant cut of his car when two Negro Assistant Attorney General Wil
., Inc., and another company'In sessions of the Legislature.l.s ,
per acre. and on Tuesday morning a representative either
: men approached son W. Wright has said fiat If
the feld! for fie: sale on: the ballot as a whole It
The district ccurt, however, garment of an Interestedcompany :! side. Phillips had been to get Phillipsnot No TraceA the electors: should chew to
must be voted: on in Its entirety
has issued:! a. certflcate of great of.Big Dad's Starke conductedby plant was In town to see the change for the store cash registers be seen. vote: for LeMay it would be effective Absence ballots cast are already -
A labor
pubic interest the Florida:! Supreme survey was according:> to Pste No
9 plant, ,
Winn Di until and unless
who -
The two men, someone :> topping the: reports and
Ccurt In the Container representatives of tie: as this yet* yak Chamber executive: vice "I could see the pistol In his xls cashiers had noted In theparkin search by Bradford and challenged: such action In deadline for absentee ballots is
unnamed other:
(Continued on Page Four) company president."We waistband!: Phillips said. Hand ? area for several days, Clay County sheriff's authorities court and was upheld not until 3 p. m. Monday By
week. D. S. Siceloff, Jr.. Big
have a responsibility: to on the gun one man ordered drove awhile to get clear of town is seeking three Negro 'n any case there has beenno TusscUy.: Oct. 29, approximately

OPERATION Dad President, was in Starke the community! to Jet Bit Dad the W-D manager to: get backIn before pushing Phillips: ; over the men In the robbery and kid slip-up on the ballot. Accord. 180 absentee ballots had been
Tuesday and told The Telegraph back In operation." Novak said.If :!. the and! his head napping cf Starke Wlnn-Dlxls to
'I car : pushed !! front seat Into the back where ing Florida law, Griffin turned! in; In the 1964 electon
! XMAS that he hopes a decision concerning and when! the Bit Dad plant down cnto the floor so he couldSheriil'Fine' they tied him after taking his Manager Ernest Phillips Sat- should be listed a} Wallace's only 184 parsons applied! for ab-
sale will be made
the
the! Chamber: "will no urday morning, Oct. 23.
j'jJ PACKAGEr re-opens watch and about $40 from his running mate Remainder of sentee balolts and all did not
I that he
' around Nov 8 and
be looking for prospectsIn No trace has been found eo
longer wallet, which they left behind the matter Is a case of "If*" vote.
hopes Ita good news. the garment: flsld.; :! because far in a stats-wide alarm for
r with n son or of "H! cussed me out for not baying and "mights" and will not eve:, Those planning to cast regular
Siceloff said the decision
two such plants would utilize a the thrss: men who Bradfod:! Investigating have to be
i more money with me, considered unless ballots will' find the poll
I husband serving with the other company, which: man- of the available labor After Kidney officer, Deputy;
good portion the Wallace' ticket
J; in Viet- ufactures garments similar to Phillips said. win In Flor open from 7 a. m, to 7 p. m.
Forces thinksare
Armed far that type; Of Industry Sheriff: Kenneth Fuo.ua:' ida.
\. nam is asked to give his! those of Big Dad. binge on the he conclyded: Removal Tues. The car turned off the highway professionals) not known in \viti! a clerk: three: inspectors
Phillips said, and then and a deputy; sheriff: on hand to
of the labor
j name and address to: outcome survey. The: Big Dad Manufacturing came to a stop. Phillips, who this area. Horse Show help, to answer questions and
which! consisted .
The survey, InLexlnjtc Two Negro accosted! Phillips
Inc.. was founded men :
Company Sheriff P. D. Reddish:! Tuesday has a heart condltllon, sail: he to keep things orderly.If .
of Interviews: with prospective In 1909 by D. as he returned to WinnDixie
N C.
\ .
: underwent:!: remcval of his right didn't know what would happen yoa're where to
unsure
, LINDA WISE employees, began Tuesday S. Siceloff. S-., fatter: of the and parked his car in the Will HighlightCalf
kidney and: "came throughfine then-whether the men would vote check year voter registration
morning and Siceloff said that the: president:!! Starke Plaza parking area fac-
present! company
964-5468 : according: to h's! leave what.
Dep. or
Fhone son just card: and it will' tell what:
about ISO persons: were inter- the store. the W-D ScrambleMerrill
and:! it opened its Starke plantIn ing Taking
tity Sheriff told 'I'll be back Ina
Dolph; Reddish: : Wednesday "One me precinct y u're In. A list of the
viewed. manufactured! men'sand 13 miles cast from,
1951. It : : manager
The Junior Woman'sClub minute,' tie! W-D manager polling places can ba found:! at
of Starke would Interviews were publicized by bjyV wearing: apparel un- It was the third major op'ration said "Then I heard another car Starks past Camp:: Blinding to a Ortffts president of! the: e--d! : of this article Each
:some 400 letters which Big Dad der the' name brands of Big dirt read:! off SR315. the Middleburg .
CliA.! has
for the veteran Bradford pulling off""I the Bradford Raping voter has five minutes In whichto :
" like to pend a Christmas sent out to former employeesand Dad Lt'l Dad Hippy; Jim, road, the two men left Show
sheriff that the Horse
heard
In as many months. can tell you, when I announce mark his ballot.
to each service to persons; who had applied Brand!, Western Jeans, Phillips tied on the rear floor
J.. package Cowhide : November 18 in
Stones: had twice been re that car' start up and take off, schedule for Those illlterats or physically
for a Job at Big Dad when It board of his and left
: hose name is received and Pcnyriders.The own car 'Calf
man still :here. moved from the sheriff's ailing I was plenty relieved: cooperation with the handicapped; !:: :! and who han registered .
was companys parent plant In kidney: the: first with a third companion who Scramble" being sponsored by
operation coming Phillips still had problem, may still vote even If
l'
In their report prospect buys weekbefore drove t their to the -
: car prearranged
closed about: a
Lexington Chamberof
in July, however, lying tied hand and the Bradford County the fpscial blue ID card has
j the plant, between 200 and 300 .
site.Amount
Starks plant. Siceloff :
' This Contributed the The shert'f Is recovering In foot In the car. Commerce, will be one of the been mUplaced.; They gj to their
Space will be employed, Siceloff the of the meant
persona for closing money,
's reason St. Luke's Hospital in Jackson: "I guess the Lcrd helped me bigger events of the year assigned precinct and the workers
Weekly to Publicize said.: At Its peak in 1967, fcr cash change at
that there!! was register
/ Starke plant was ville. He re-entered the hospital out, I don't know how else I Committees have been appointed will help thjm. They maY'chose
Community Events by Big Did Iud /198/ persons on Its too: muccompetltl:' :>n from Oct. 18.The said glancing Winn-Dixie, has not been re- and are busily engaged
got loose! ; Phillips ons person, friend or rela-
Starke payroll: Abut!: a month and! Fcrmo- leased by store officials The
, The CommunityState Hong Kong Japan : : room at his skinned In planning or the big day
: number given last down:> wrists tive to go into:>> the boot! with
before the plant began laying Lexington trio also took Phillips' watch
In
editor
ea. A newspaper week by the had been tied with The Roping Cub has also: con- two
150 TelegrasS may not He a platted thjm. if they arrive: alone ,
cff about
Bank employees, persons a and $40 from his wallet.
area Is experiencing be correct somewhat tributed funds toward the !purchase -
Dep.: Reddish: said plastic cord inspectors will enter the booth i
The
Accounts Now Insured wera employed.: 13 plant leaving boom and has an employee Wednesday, because: the sheriff .smaller than a ski rope:! according An investigation is still being of a calf which will be with them
closed en F.lday Sept. ccud afford carried out by both Bradford:! and
Up to $15,000 by office shortage.:> Other plants may have been given a differ- to Deputy Sheriff Kenneth one of 15 calves to be awardedto In the fivst primary: Ills: year
skeleton staff.
only
a higher wanes Clay authorities: :> Deputy Fuquasaid :
ta
pay "Calf Scram.
ent after winners of the
room the surgery Tues Fuqua: who Is heading:!
The local Chamber of Com-
Tuesday. Four)
day. Bradford: County's investigation ble" (Continued on Page


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THE BRADFORD COVNTY!' TELEGRAPH.
BTAttKit. FLORIDA .
I THURSDAY. OCT. 31. lane
Mrs. S. O. Denmark was rotting

ton .at Com.Jensen and Beach(Mrs. C.and N Miss Til- \ QROC'O BPW Club Honors, Sorority Toufrl Vo-Tech Centei

.1 peo r l !filii / new the Sue weekend.'Morris In Hollywood over Mrs. ThompsonThe met'The Beta Monday Sigma evening PM.Sorority at the evening director,trades and Millard co-ordinator.Brown

Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss TEMPLE Starke BPW Club honored Bradford Union Voca.UooatCounea offered and the
I Mamie Anderson of Archer Mrs. Norma Dean Thompson Technical Center. equipment available were dis1 -
were weekend guests of their r, public health nurse, at a After the business meeting ''cussed.
Mrs. John Miller. wV was :Mrs. MellU Smith and children sister, Mrs. E. M. Davis. SPITFIRESJACKSONVILLE dinner given Thursday evening the group was taken on a tour Following the tour, color
tnatronof hoOlor: Miss Jane of OcaU and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Martin of last week at the home of of the Center by Ted Oglesby. ,slides were ebown.
Guy In the Giiy-McBryde wed Bobby Jo Anton of Tallahassee and daughter of Tallahasseewere Mrs. Loyree LaNelr.
ding; Friday night: was Thursday were Sunday visitors of Mr. visiting her parents. Mr. FLA. :Mrs. Evelyn Haney president & '
and Friday (guest of Mi- and Mrs. Herbert Thomas.Mr. and Mrs J. H. Dennis over the presented the BPW Woman MALLARD 5 10
and MM. Lemar Hntc'ier( !In and Mrs Robert Tanner weekend. of the Year award to Mrs.
Galnewlll* and, attended the of Baldwin and Mr. and (Mrs. Mfr and Mrs. Jack Creel and Thompson, and gave a reviewof 113 E. Call "!
Guy-McBryd9 rehearsal party Charles H. Fields and family daughter of Panama City were her accomplishments.. !Miss STARKE, FLA.Mothers.
Thuisdnv nlrM and the luncheon of Jacksonville were Sunday ,\Friday overnight .guests of Delia Rosenberg. gave a reporton
Friday at the Galne- \ille guests of Mrs. J. H. Fields. Mrs. T, D. Dyal.! the BPW Halfway House. ,
Golf and Country Club for the Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth Mr. and Mrs. C. t. Cooper Games were played during the I
bridesmaids and out-of-town ,. Joined Mr. and 'Mrs. William and family visited Mr. and 4irdt octal hour which followed the
(guests of fie! wedding party./ )hVtc!) euf,pi Detroit Mich, in.the Mrs. James Cooper In Chlefland : dinner. f fl
Mr. and Mrs. FosteiOjJShl?j ? $m >Mountains$ last week on Sunday. -
Smith wre In Daytona TJfach]11 rfor? ..lW/ el '. vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coonof l: .

on business! from Sunday to Carl Hurst; Merrill Edwards Green Cove Springs were ; ... Recent Births
Wednesday. Nell Tucker, Jimmy McRae and Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs
Ots! Klttrell of KeystoneIlelphts George Pierce attended the Harold Branham.Mr. ;;.. Mr and Mrs. R. L. Sleffer- e I 1
Tins been. admitted toIle Florida League of Municipalities and Mrs Rex Dansby ol I.. man Petersburg, Va. announce 1 A'
.
Stark Nursing the birth of a son Christopher
Home.
meeting In Jacksonville Adele. Ga. were visiting Mr. A"Youngest \
Mr. and Mrs Henry Stefan- from Sunday to Tuesday. and Mrs. R, O. Dansby. on Saturday Landrum on Oct. 23.
chit were(" in Jacksonville: last Mrs Nora Price of Mobile Maternal grandmother Is Mra.Merrltt .
1'rtlillY1slllng M '. and 'Mrs. and Mills and Williams of Starke.
Ala. Is visiting her sister Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Jack
Join Caruso and Mr. and Mrs. Vcrgle Fly:m. On Sunday they son of Jacksonville spent the Shriner"Little Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Hlcle-
Snm Caruso. were dinner guests of another. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. man of Hopewell Junction N.
!Mr, and Mrs. E. D. Tenly Y., the former Miss Diane Sapp,
sister, Mrs. Bessie Faxon, and Roy demons.
Tommy Clayton, Jr., nix months old son of Mr. and Mrs.Thomas .
have' had M visitors during the daughter Donna In Gaines Mr and Mrs. Mack Williamsand announce the birth. of a son
pirt: wek M:'. and Mrs. L. R. vile Mrs. Harold Godwin at- B. Clayton of Jacksonville, sets the pace as the "youngest Christopher Edward on Oct
Terly and Mrs R, A. Wenzell Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- tended the wedding of a niece, Shriner" In. a recent parade staged by Morocco Temple. Mrs. Clay 25. Maternal grandparents are
of Gainesville.: Mr\ and Mrs. wire visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miss Ruth McQuaulg to John ton Is the former Vern Crews of Lantey, Mr. and Mrs. George Sapp of .,. .V
Pole Peterson of Jacksonvilleand Goldwire and family In Lynch- Underwood In Waycross. Ga. Lawtey. '
:Mrs Hjvclct: Palmer and burg Va from Wednesday to last Saturday night.
:lifts! Frances Foster of Union, Sunday. Enroute home they Frank Williams Is In Milwau- Mrs. Leonard Whitehead and Y2C and, Mrs. Donald W. Bradford County Hospital an- \
Thornton and daughter, Donna, '
Ic kee. Wls. for he daughter. Cathy Lynn spent nounces the following births
were accompanied from States- ten days where !
of Va. will arrive Sun-
:Sir. Morgan:\ chide! spent Friday and Saturday in Perry Norfolk.
Installed
boro. Ga. by Mrs. Goldwlre'3 Is being as Treasurerof
to visit their Mr. and !Mrs. Alvin
where Cathy participated in. the day parents Mr. Taimaage
Sunday nUlil li Palatka with
sister Mrs R. S. New, for aweek's the National Civil Defense
:Mr and Mrs Lyle Buck and visit here. Assn. Florida Forestry Festival. Cathyhas and Mrs F. W. Strickland and Moore, Brooke a daughter,
been Invited to Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Thornton. Jill Phyllis! Oct. 21.
family!! represent
Mrs. Merritt Williams Is visit- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burnham .
Mi <. Eve WMtten: of St. AugI Ing her son-in-law and daughter and family have moved from Bradford County In the Miss Y2C Thornton will be here ten Mr. and 'Mrs. William Calvin
':.I! wn* weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sieffcr- 1017 W Madison to 1104 W. 'Sunflavor Pageant at the: Floe days before going. on a five Phillips. Keystone Heights, a
Mr. and Mr*. H C. Ritch. man and baby son In Petersburg Pratt Street. ida State Fair In Tampa In months tour of duty In the eon, William Calvin Phillips !
l\Iu. J. G. Caldwell aid Mrs. Va. for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Larry M. Stoner February Mediterranean while his family Jr., Oct. 24.
Louse Mr. and. Mrs. V V. Hazen attended will remain here.
: Kite were Tuesday r.lg'it!: Dr. -
and Mrs. H. H. Adams of Ocala were weekend guestsof Mr and Mrs. Donald
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Eugene
the funeral of Mrs Lee
supper guests of Mrs Margu- visited Mr. and Mrs Jim Mr. and Mrs George W. Carter
Raiford
crlts Whitfleld Green In'Gainesville on Tues- fir., Mr.and Mrs. Maxie CarterJr. a daughter
at Camnville. Brown Godwin: In Avon Park Brown. Amy Jo, Oct 25.SERVICE 8'x10"Natural
.
day afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Jewell Johns and Mr
::
Mr.
and Mrs.
James A, Ry over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Reese
der of Miami were ''J\lr>nlilvlIs- Mrs. T. D. Dyal and Mist and Mrs. Charles L. Reese of and Mrs. W Stelnmeyer and Mrs. Richard West attended J
itors of Mr!*. J, E, Wilson. MarIe McDavls visited Mrs. Ruby Salem. Va were Friday to of Jacksonville were visitingMr. the birthday dinner Sundayfor Color PortraitOF
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mrs. Henry Carter in Max- SCHEDULE: I
and Mrs J. S. Woods. Britt In Herlong on
Ocala on Sunday.Mrs. Tuesday visitors of Mr. and vine. -.9T.
Travis and Tommy Woods and C W, Barnett of St. !Mrs. Charles Reese. Sunday.P. EDWARD'S CHURCH YOUR CHILD
Mr\ *. Rose Ice attended the Petersburg was weekend guest Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin D. Loudon and daughter! of Mr. and: Mrs F W. Stricklandand Starke I
funeral of Ed Tyre In Greenvllle of Mr. and Mrs. E. W Hayes. Sr. celebrated their 48th wed Tampa >pent the weekend with family spent!! Sunday at Sunday Mass Limit: 1 Per Person / 2 Per Family / Groups 97< Per Person
laU :Mr and Mrs W. Jacksonand Ichtucknee River! Gloria.Strlcklan's : 9:15: a m.
Friday T. on
Dr. and Mrs. Virgil Comwellof ding anniversary on Sunday at Thursday Mass, 6:30: p. m The Lasting Gift
Mrs. Gladys Weldon and fim-: Montgomery, Ala. were Sun- a small gathering at the homeof also\ visited Mr. London'sfather. tenth birthday. Miraculous Medal Novena Select from Several Poses
fly Mr. A. G, Loudon Sr.. in the Local admittances to Bradford, :
: and
Mrs. Steve Weldon day 97
their
overnight guests of Mr. and
Dr. son Mrs. Bald- Saturday 7 p. m. I Babies and Children of All C
of Putnam Memorial Hospital, Pa County: Hospital this: week include ;
Macclenny. M*. and and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. win Jr Confessions: 5 t>- m. and 'II j| Ages
Mrs. C. M. Patrick of West The latka : Vicky Lynn Starg, Mrs.
Senior Methodist Youth Miss Martha Bolinger and uncle p. m. I I.sT.
Florida aid :tire W Wel'Ton Fellowship had a beach party Donald Winters, of Battles- Mrs. Ruth Frazier and Miss Trudy Hodges, Miss Phyllis! -. WnXIAATS CHURCH Portraits Delivered in Plus
of Lake City: and fnm'll: nt- Saturday night at Ponte Vedra. burg. Miss spent the weekend Madge Middleton attended the: Barnett Mrs. Carolyn Hall, Krvstnne Heights I Store'hotographers Handling SOt Charge
tended the Alpha: Delta Kappa "State Day"In Mrs Virginia C. Powell Miss I
m'aduithn FrWav of Chaperoning: the group were with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Sunday Mass: 7:30: a, m Hours Daily:
W, A. Wcldon Tampa last Saturday.Mrs. Dec Walters, Mrs. Evelyn Wise
from Patrol Aca- Rev. D. T. Farabee Jr., Mrs. H. G Bolllnger and his mother, and :00 a. nt.Wednesday .
dpmy In Tallahmsee: :Mrs. Weldon C. S. Haddock and Bill Kelly. Mrs. Charlotte Winters. Clinton Buff and Mrs and James McDanlel, all of
Brent Maxie Carter attended the Staike: Alfred Compeau of : Muss and Nor Thursdav. O<1. :21 Through
Saturday night! t with Mr. and Mrs. J. W Ritch Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Brown vena 7 p. m. Saturday, Nov. 2
the W A, Weldonj in Lake City were vacationing last week In and family of Macclenny were funeral of a cousin! Donald Butler Brooker: Harry Rfl'3l' r of Hawthorne .1 KM P. M I. 2-5 P. JI I.
':Mr pnrl Mrs. D. P Orr of the Smoky Mountains and also visiting Mrs M. F Brown on li Jacksonville on Tuesday ; Mrs Alice Dwyer of 1i i -ST. MARY'S CHURCH
North! B1'nnch.Ic't: : were Mondav visited Mr. and Mrs. W C. Sunday.Mr. of last week. Keystone Heights: :Mrs Mary Macclenny.
overnight guests of their:\ Harvey H Atlanta. Mrs. Ritch's and Mrs. R. V. Turner Mrs. J. R, Hixon Mrs. Nelson Ann Long of Hampton; and Sunday Mess: 11:30:: a. m '
('''II'nIn.! C F Wnittvillc: mother, Mrs Daisy Perryman, and children visited the new Green Mrs W. B. Thompson Robin Welch of Lake Butler. --
U>- rite to Jr, MI-S. Rutuh
Oncca.: visited her son-in-law and Jacksonville International: Air Frazier, Mrs.
daughter. Mr and Mrs. A M. port on Sunday and also the Ruth Johnson and Mss: Madge STARKE PLAZA
\": Talrik'MtIilItr'9c Moore Jr., In Blackshear, Ga. House of Horrors at the Chil Middleton attended the Wesleyan Open All Day Every Day
.S Charles! Hardy a patient In dren's Museum. Service Guild "Day Apart" Fri.. Sat. until 7:00 P. M.
the Lake City VA Hospital, was Mrs. Bertha Fuller of Tallahassee meeting on Sunday at the! Santa
\ < .home for the weekend] was visiting Jier son-in- Fe Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. THUR.
Mrs. Charles! Francis gave a law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J W. Ritch. Twenty two members ,
party for Bill of the Gainesville district _
her
daughter Beth. Graham last week. Joining
last Saturday afternoon on her the family on Sunday were attended the meeting. FRI.
third birthday. Twelve friends Mrs E A. Rowton and daugh- Mr, and: Mrs Howard:: Mar- '
I and their mothers enjoyed the ter of Tallahassee. Mrs Fuller: ilott of St. Petersburg were
i party. returned with Mrs. Rowton. Sunday overnight guests of Mr

of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Newcomb Ing Mrs.!Mr.J,and W.Mrs.KincaId C. C.1 15 Hoppe visit- find Mr Mrs.and J.Mrs R, David Hixon.Harden- SAT. ONLY!

Orlando were visiting! Mr. In Tampa this brook and Mrs Ess'' Harden-
and Mrs. 0, S. week.

week Wednesday to Friday Newcomb of last on Eldon Mrs. Kimmons John Haney of and Keystone Mrs. Don day brook visitors Hardenbrook.of Jacksonville of Mr, were and Mrs.Sun- OUR SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE SPECTACULAR!

., .. Heights and Mrs. Nate Dyal of
Dave Paiilk. who has
been
'J\\'" Hampton Lake a
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,.. ... ..( : quarterly attended the patient In the Gainesville Med
HuffNovakDate meeting of the Tuber Always
REP..GEN : culosis & Respiratory Disease teal Center for two weeks willunderga
AnnouncedThe Assn. of Northeast Florida In 1 : mouth surgery again I
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Lake City last Thursday night. on Thursday First ii I
SHAWA.k wedding of Miss Amelia They represented Bradford Mrs Charles: Barrett of St.
Darlene Huff and Jeffrey Lynn County on the board of trus- Petersburg spent the weekend '
Novak will take place Saturday: tees. with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes 'Quality-
Notr 2, at 4 p. m at st Muik's and other! friends and 1'e-
Episcopal! Church in Stark: Thomas McManws AE3 who latives. I A
A reception will follow in (lie has spent a 30-day leave with Mr, and Mrs Harold Cherry Out. I.F I.
Parish! House his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. the former Dorothy Ross of A,
All friends !end relatives ot T. McManus. has been transfer Pembroke Ky were last Thurs.
the couple::: are invite;! No Ir.vttatioita red from NAS Quonset! Point day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. .tandng

are being mailed R. I. to NAS Oceania, Va. Paul friends.um Raymond and other w\

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THURSDAY. OCT. 31. Mae THE BR'DFORPCQtNTY TELEGRAPH STARKER FLORIDA _.__ ______ ,I

Miss Charlene Taylor, ,Mr Crews Wed YJ",1ltIKr.1'4!
I Sarah Shealy, Barbara Bates First Christian UDC To Meet
In To.
First Baptist Church At Raiford W. H. Harrington Of Interest Feted At Tea In Halloween
PartyThe The W. Weeks
Told T. chapter,
III
Miss Ode Charlene Taylor Engagement Jonesboro Arlc. CDC will meet Wednesday,
' 1I of Raiford daughter of Mr. [ Pioneer and Volunteer ,
Nov 6. at 3:30: p.m. at the
, VI and Mrs. Robert E. Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Shealy of WOMEN Miss Barbara Bates, whose classes of the First Christian home of Mrs. Lester Crews. I
t John Allan Crews eon of Mr. the State Farm announce the engagement to John P. Whidden Church held a Hallowe'en party

s and Mrs. John Crews of Lake engagement and approaching in, of Jonesboro. Ark., was re- Saturday night In !the Fellowship k'Na k"f 114NrA
J Butler were united in mar marriage of their daughter. honored Hall
. cently announced was
, LU riage. Oct. 13, at 3:30: pm. In Sarah Frances to William ( beautiful A Hallowe'en motif was carried -
,
. Gladys Mooty: Phone 964.7608 Saturday, Oct. 26 at a
F1! the First Baptist Church of Rai Howard Warrington Jr. of Mel out In the decorations. The
3 to 3 o'clock tea. Hostesses on
ford.! Rev. Jack Stolte performed bourne son of Mr. and Mrs. refreshment table was covered
this occasion: were the prospec-
the double-ring ceremony. W. H Warrington Sr. of HousewarmingIs with an orange and black party I
Halloween tive bridegroom's grandmother
Decorating the altar Gainesville. Party cloth.
were u
Mrs. H. T, Purvis; his aunts.
. large baskets of mums and November 23 has been set as Given Held By MadisonSt. Mrs. Ralph Childs. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bostick1 ,
. the wedding date and further and Mr. and Mrs. Glen s
greenery against background Moore
. of branched gold candelabras : plans will be announced. later. At Bryant HomeMr. Baptist Class S.cousins.Purvis Mrs all of Lloyd Jonesboro R Faver: hla were In charge of decorationsand

; with burning tapers. Family Mrs Jim Faulkner and
J. and Mrs. Roy Bryant of Starkvtlle, MlM., and Mrs. }
: pews were decorated with lighted The Junior Department of Mrs. Moore were chairmen of
D.
H. H Purvis of Washington
, were honored at a housewarming
white Mrs. Fancher the Madison Street Baptist refreshments. Mrs.
, tapers with chrysanthemums Sunday afternoon at their C.: and Mrs. Roland Hughes of Ralph Mer- ,
Interspersed with Church held a Halloween party rltt conducted the games en- ] I
Wins RibbonsAt home Road 16. Hostesses Jonesboro.The
i new on Monday night at the home of Joyed by the 33 class membersand a aI I
for this delightful
fern.Nuptial Mrs. Alvin Farr, Mrs. setting
were
renderedby Mr. and Mrs. Ervin .
music was t Ceramics Show Hugh Hutson, Mrs. Gerald Andrews. event was the Country Club atJonesboro their children.mother
Green '! Hosts were the department \
Mrs. John Sapp pianist .
where arrangements
Baldwin, Mrs. Vernon Crosby,
. and Mrs. Robert Lee '%v Mrs P. D. Fancher Jr. won Mrs Jessie Ricks, Mrs. Jimmy teachers: Mrs Arthur Pratt. of mums, gladioli asters, roses, Mrs.' H Ogden Bates I
Cason. soloist. two blue ribbons for her entriesin Mrs.( Faye Blalock Mr. and
4 Thornton, and Mrs. Owen Alvarez and carnations were used In m, and her fiance's grand-
Neal Chandler of Mulberry the Central Florida Ceramics Mrs David Lawson George
Jr.Guests. the honoree's wedding colO's.red mothers Mrs. H. T. Purvis and
served as best man. and the Show at Winter Park, Oct 24- Pierce and Mrs. Ervin Andrews.
were greeted at the and white. The same theme Mrs. .J, P. Whidden Sr.
ushers were Mike Lovelas of 26.Mrs. door by Mrs. Thornton and was carried out in the tea table The honoree's corsage was a SHAW
The party was held in the
of .
Lake Butler Gerald Norman Fancher who has beenIn
. t presented to Mr. and Mrs. Bvy- carport which decoratedwith centerpiece of white stock, red white orchid, and her gift from-
Starke. and Skippy Black of '., ceramics about a year, won was and white miniature carnations, the luKesos was a sterling sliver -
Gainesville: second place in the miscellaneous ant.The orange and black streamers and in a handsome silver cake knife
roses
.J: .j refreshment table was engraved with
pumpkins witches and
Miss Lenda Crews sister of
division with figure of
a and flanked by the ,
crystal
covered with a white linen cloth owls. epergne names of the betrothed
the groom, served as maid of Pam; and third place in the white tapers In silver cande- .couple and their
edged with yellow lace and cen- wedding date.
. honor, wearing a floor length ,.v j. r glaze division with an autumn tered with a yellow floral arrangement The 40 costumed youngsters labra. A companion piece was Miss Bates and her mother
A line gown of gold taffeta. Her j' leaf dish containing fruits and
veil of gold tulle was attached Mrs Crosby presided enjoyed apple bobbing hay placed on the mantel of the were house guests at the Whid
fi nuts. at the punch bowl. ride sack race, hamburger fry wide fireplace and the same den home last week and returned -*
: to a circlet band. She carried ?
cascade of The hostesses presented the and a tour of the "haunted flowers filled a silver basket on to Starke on Sunday)
a arrangement gold
couple with a set of dishes as house" during the party hours, the bride's book table.
and white mums with matching The punch bowl was encircled
Followng! the reception the memento of the occasion. The hostesses alternated In
with ; a 6:30: to 9 pm. Trick or treat
streamers. fern and golden
couple) left( for a two weeks Approximately 40 friends called favor bags were given the welcoming guests and directed FILING CABINETS. Typewriter
Silvia Jones of Raiford
bliss: mums Pouring were Miss Sharon
wedding( trip to Central FlorIda during the appointed hours young folk as they were leave them to the receiving line Stands, Desks, Chain
and! Mrs. Carolyn Meeks of Live Yarborough and Mss! SheilaYarborough.
The bilde traveled in a three to five o'clock. ing. headed by Mrs. John P. Whid Safes. Bradford County
Oak sened as bridesmaids, Also assisting in
den the
medium blue wool dress with : bride-elect and her Telegraph.
dressed in floor length A-Hne serving were Mis. Drew Sweat.
gowns of green taffeta with 'Mrs: Billy Jones, Mrs. 0. B. matching accessories with a k 000000000000000000000000000000000000000""- ""- --
matching veils attached to a Gordon! Miss:\ Martha Alvarez, cottage of miniature mums .
ciiclet: band. They carried! cascade Mire Ji-i et t Cox, Mi!*', Maty Alvarez taken from her bridal bouquet.

arrangements: of asters :Miss! Bonita Blom, and Jlr,, and Mrs Crews are : :
38th
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and white! mums with matching Mx! Debra: Barnett. actuates of Union County High tS
iti'earners. Miss Kay Haislop of School! ; Mrs Crews! Is employed
Mis Katherine Wilson and
Starve Srldesmald: dressed with the Bradford County Hos- 0
Mi' Ann the
Tanner kept
In a floor length A-line gold s book a>:tal and Mr Crews is serving 0
bilde's
taffeta gown with matching veil with the U. S, Army.
attached to a circlet band. She .

. carried" a cascade arrangementof .
.

matching asters: and streamers.white mums with 1I:) f> STARKE'SFASHION c:) .

[ :; LEADER
Miss: Mary Louise Taylor sister : / I .
of the bride and Melani! .
lli/>le, cousin of the groom,
p-\ed| as junior bridesmaids. Leo OOOOOOOO.OJ
Has Today go-anywhere r' ooopooooo00
:Mary Louise was dressed In a 0..o

Bold! floor length A-line gown of do-anything Hush Puppies.* + U t. SPECIAL GROUP: o LIFE STRIDE I o
taffeta with matching veil at. o
t .died to a circlet: band. Melani SPECIAL o o Ladies and Childrens o 0SHOES

teas dressed In a. green floor PLAIN or :MESH o
length A-llne of taffeta o
gown .r KEDS A
wifi: matching: : veil attached! to Reg. <)9c o A It\urite": t for Fall-


cascade a mums streamers.The circlet and arrangements band.. asters with Each matching of curled spider &\ .++ I r I t 2 f for $$1 | \ 0A rtickvn$1| .00 Sizes ..' AntiiiueJ an "E\'itini: { HmMv With A.o T


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t.-ldo given In
was marriage ADre( "s Sheer or Cantreee w o .
by her father She was attired \ I o y-Buy Two Pr. at mc!)!) ea. A L. o
( !in *
a floor length satin
nand; Get I Free. o ;HENS
pr. o
brocade POWA designed! wlfj a \, o o
fitted bojice* scalloped I :neckline '
: \ o 4
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IItJolomgth sleeves and \1L SHOES 4
, A.Ine'skr! ("'Her chapel length o -.4$ $ I.ADlES. ( o L. *

train at the was empire attached: waist.In the The back veil # | Rayon Pants 0 t "' + SPECIAL .

of Illusion, which fell from a rt "" 0 Weyenberg and A .
crown of seed pearls _
was one $ (
.
which the bride's mother wore\ SIZES >".1.> Phi Bates A '
at her \veddlig.! She carried a 4 A Ke {. :5fc> and tilc(i! : 'pt .
bouquet of'hte! carnations and 0 V UP TO $27.00 .

chrysanthemums with: long 0 6 :'tOW. / .


bridal streamers reception wreath.A .interspersed was held In with the! I. : t 2for$1 f : C, |0 NOW $$19.001 :


church hall The bride's table $ tip TO S23.00: ? o
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was covered with a floor length Ladies Sleeveless' .
white: cloth centered with a ..ADIES I PERMANENT; A
three-tiered wedd'ng( cake top 0 .1 PRESS-Long NYLON tNOW $15.00 + t tI
ped) with wedding bells and also Slee'e. :1
containing! a miniature 1 bride 0 o A SHELLS $|: I Off
and groam. Cutting the cake SHIRTS GROUP; of GIRUS A [) Y
was Miss Beth Dobbs assisted Go With The Dressy, o o Assorted Colors. and V
by Miss: Patsy Jones and Miss Little-Heeled Look /IIIiisll o BOYS.
Button (Down and Sizes .
I and. --
Jackie Sap!), LADIESNYLON) ;
Double candle holders with Bermuda Collar A | SHOES. .

lighted: tapers were on each end IVippic! o SLIPS : Army Military
of the refreshment table!, centered $2.98
$2.98A SAVE $3.00
t with *
a 'edding bell whlc'i .
o
::11- J1 Short and Average AA
was encircled! with! a garland of : | TO $4.00 PAIR SHIRTS
REO.( l$3.00( o
oo
fern and golden mums This! I o 0 _
table held silver 4
compote containing + ,.
LADIES. ;MENS UEG. $6.00'; 0
nuts and mints. Servingat
NOW 198
this! table were Mss: Joey $ $1 A VU I A SHORT SLEEVE: T .

Sapp dish. and Miss Geraldine! Red. I A Panty Hose I JEANS +TURTLE NECK f NOW $3.87 .

Y SPECIAL! DISCOUNT( ; ON A .
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:: Dinner out, with plenty of Good 1 'LONG; 8LEE\'E .
| CANNON LINENS | : o
: Food Family Fun. Our Menu is UP 1'0

:j set to suit every: taste, with Special: Menus for Children.. Enjoy our Pleasant J White and Pa-stels J SHIRTS $2.98. 0

\'I Atmosphere, and warm Friendly Service We'll do the Dishes! t 1 $l5.9) o THERMO2 :

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DINNER FREEIJahy's
} LUNCH TWO HOT ENTREES Y TRITY t' *

:! BUFFET TWO VEGETABLES BUFFET A FINE ( MONOGRAM + for $5.00$3-99| :

,j t 11 A. M. to ASSORTED SALADS 5 P. M. to T A (Sl'RGICALVTYIEDIAPERS JLALITY: : ,..., (THREE INITIALS) _
2P. M. 9 P. M. o A
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;r1 t 25 TEA o Suiier-Solt and -, FOG Q 0 :Mens Short Sleeve 4 Just 0
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: 'CH'R THE BRADrOKD COUNTY TCtEOKAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY OCT. 31. 1968 :-


Shaw CARD OF THANKS flowers\ :: cards telegrams and

Wallace\ VeinPredicted Tyre Recreation To the Highway Patrolmanwho words of sympathy. We especialy .11 ...hoUlJhuJ
unselfish assist thank our mortician for
NewsCowboys ; gave To such Bradford County his obliging services. We pray
Differ On NewConstitution ance:
Here 'Hospital Staff for courtesy and God's blessings upon: : each of fb,
Down medical aid: To Florida State you. Sincere thanks. TIle wBY
hounded Telephone! Company for: though- Royal family.
Continued from Page One) Colts 12.1 Nil expression In flowers: and
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by Bradford: County was the winner In Senior FootballIn To aU our many many friendstor ..VI....I'11'I....1.:11:: OK...IVIKVIION...I''I'IU..' N ,.,\11.'U NANCY'S FLOWERS
lit 'In the tabulation: race and was their acts of kindness: and \.tl.. I. llrll-\ ul\t .II .' .
'Continued from Page One) the Ulieis: and Ilir iiiiilvmliriipil.. / Mini-." r i ,IK I"M THE PRODl.'TI'Epoppy
service during
the first ccunty In the state toreport fierce battle staged Mon. 1..1..".. -, I'lmiUfi ::". .:.:I 11"1 l.iw-: BOSSOMThe
high fuel complete:: election returns.Mr. new document gsss further than day. a Oct. 21, the Cowboys scored death of our loved one Ivan i.f Kl .,
.-. Neva Flynn. Supe.'vUor: of the oU:! )In allowing cur.tles: : : twice in the first half and Morris.THE "'1.,1.. Omil., \ 'i''. ..',''I t..l I Itt.ulbed .' lovely peppy; is a lower
bills? Elections, hcs: to be able to t? pas ordinances: of their own.Now then fought off the Colt: .to MORRIS FAMILY. vrq.I: .., .1.,..tmIY. I KI.-i'M.i..( "imlil'i.iilthin :m, '.".<. well known: for the drug opium
|I..r' of theblossom.
duplicate that teat ; a cvaty must have a local 12.7 victory. nutltr the nulilim ii.ni which U a by-product:!
a OF THANKS
earn CARD
There: are 17 precincts In the bill passed by the Legislature .- time the Colts got "I "11I1''I\ :: XnrKfi,,! II'.1. .
The first : of the late Mrs. t
La'A'tey City which: U not always the We. the family :"1 South. Stark I'I! I'lnMnrtlm The poppy; po.mI .
county:: No.1. ,
the ball they! attempted to>> pass Sophia! Royal wish to express : ( 11. MI\>*ni.'. I I''": i* .1 -
Hall; No. 2. Lawtey Recreation most knowledgeable body on White Intercepted and In* SI[.. "' ..II rk... Kl. n,1' .' duces many other -
Larry our gratitude and sincere Kllllilrrll. t'tll rt"f." I'. I II"\ The
Hall; ND. 3. Bradford: County something: concerning: one par yards for a products
30 .
f returned thanks for the many kindnesses St.irkr., I'III. "if iiMtril .
Fair Building: No. 4. Bradford ticular county and: which:: many With five minutes I' \ this>l i'-tll: ill) I sees are used:!
touchdown. shown: us in our hour of bereavement '. .' .\. I' .ii- St.. tk.! I''' I AJsa
N. of \I. Ia.|' tssi.
County Maintenance Building. time!! rscsssltatss:: a delay In the first halfWhite "i : for bid : -
remaining : We cannot thankeach rI'"t. \ >'. K.HI:
Grand:! Street; N). 5. Bradford: over a year. for a 42 yard touchdown I 1" .::1 ? ,11, ; the seeds ne-
sped
this:
Httfi Schssl:: Auditorium: No. 6, The raw provisions: for bothchanter 12-0 lead. one Individually so used as fod Ha-
Salazar residence Baylsss High: and:! non: -c:tarter government and a their only score is our way of expressing thanksto assIr.vl'sn\ inn wring; and: are

way: N), 7. RJE High School; for counties wrlttert: into <_The the Colts second got half of play. a each of you for your many "'llIM inT '" M \,l I"" 1\\, sprinkled en the

No.8. Old:! Armory Building.: h? !r-opo.ied drat places responrsibllity AU pass from Drew-Barry---- to Mike Seniors 2-0 River Rats 1-1. Juniors .\1.\1.. 1 "II"%'II"''I'IK.:.11\: i.ii.t'vtltlV' -'....11111 \. tops of treads: :! ,
Tempi Street: No. 9. Ssath- : for local government: Cole. 02.Schedule. <' M.-.1.,1 II ill- : cokes etc. Peppy oil. another:
side:! Elementary Shool:: : : No. wr.i:: i it t'cngs: on the shouders:! second of the : Monday Nov. 4. 1... I I ,., .-IM-.I I.\' .III. St.ll-,,, 1'1 I Iilniolnil .. pioduct. has R'el' distinct:: fla-
In the game ,' n.u.l.. i -l -ii 'itn'i': I II I.
10. Theresa Community ClubHouse of .local officlaU Shaw says. afternoon the Rams edged the Seniors vs Juniors' : Tuesday, \:\1. "1I"" ilili' .6." n 'I"1i. vorlnz used in many dishes.
: No. 11, Hampton City The IIP" draft: does allow the: Packer in a defensive: game 7- Nov: S. River Rats vs Juniors. i..u..wInlr' .. > ".':' Also the oil I Iil8 j in n valuable
Hall: N>. 12, Stake Public Legislature the pwev to pass 0. The Packers received the The Ceramic Classes !held by .Mivii N..ml.i 1'1.!..--' i;iron I II.I. : .. cattle 'ood. All of( these:
Itbary: : No. 13A. Terwllligar general law restricting/ counties: kick off and proceededto the Recreation Department has 111.1 ll'.llllk: i 'I., .1"I.' .' mentioned products have nonarcotic
opening
.
/ !
.I.'
Motors; No. 13B. BrougMon Shaw ,fays but that is only right march to the Rams goal line. added another night Monday MI rum,! .Ill tin n: '''III-MI.U.Ilal!} "IM,,, i.i-.I I "'u properties and: all
Building. Graham: N). 14, Kate ,Inc! county: ) Is a sub-body of The Rams rose to the occasionand to Its schedule from now until I'.nuud.eI,, '! .I.:1:1... : :. ..", t i- I'' ', ,. come from the lovely poppy;:
ruth residence N ISA. IIU( :.illim. .I!: n" '11- .01.
!SI : ) the state. aii. .
the Packers Christmas.The .
refused to allow II I, Sir.t. T.I l LiliiiHi"I Mla glower.Th
Broker; Community Huse: an:! Shaw also points cut that: .till of the floxvfs .
admittance to the! end zone: Ceramic Room will also ? greatest t tlS
15B, Slcre, Nw while Bradford County loses 'I'll iliilll' \ .r i l. l '1\ '
No. Moody's: and then our shop: is the Joy
be from ;
took: over on downs open each afternoon Monday .IIKIIt. ,L. )" : "'".' "' '" I'
River. name gas tax monlss it could staged an attack of their own. through Friday for those VI I I lIT. I'n t'.iey: bii.nr: The next time you
have been much:. worse. He does I: II' > I I' _
t : wits: Jacksct Prevail getting the who wish' additional help .< 111 J'b--cull \I".
(stmtiLm not approve: of the new formula ...m..'. only touchdown_ and the -
District Court h* jnys. but fought for the best extra point nun "-
deal he cculd get for the small .
n games played Wednesday.Oct. Time to make Your Home
counties.! Just voting against
.. ".... .. .- in the formula whena 23. the Rams edged the

., "I! :t-:'(", :Q. iQ "" '' Denies Container any change charge was inevltasl: and son Cowboys got the 8-6.Rams Robert on the!Edmond-scoreboard V1INTER-TIGHT e e DRAFT-FREE

1, ::0.').L. [,fro'," .' M.r '8. :'8.'f.:,_, tE' ,,'R." ,! then w repotting:-.I1i;: cot/ have that been to the service people end zone first from as he seven went into yards the ---
One)
.-. i Continued from Page In the Tat interest of the pea
away. Lee Casey scored the two
timber suit case.! Container is pie Shaw believes point conversion. The Cowboys
Shaw: further stales that his
ask the SupremeCourt
CUTPUIL expected to came right! back with Larry
to review tee: finSlr.g: of six! counties: will receive 82 percent White scoring from the 12 yard I IW
the district coat: since ths: csr.tlflcats of the gai tax monies they line. The conversion attempt

FUEL UP TO SO1, places the suit within the wo-iia: : have gottn before the failed and that was the end of
jurisdiction! of the Supreme:: vnuln;: change. That's a pretty the scoring.

A Sltglar home heater will cut your fuel bills. Court.Ordinarily. gcad; deal Shaw says.'hen the The second game was a low +e M 1 _
outcome cored have been muchworse.
of the
actually pays for Itself with the fuel It iavet. the finding scoring affair and the! Colts
Exclusive Inner Heat Tubes capture the "heart of district court: would bs final. The Bradford representative squeezed by the Packers 6-0 on r .
McCarthyfor
Both! attsrnles:: Ed:! Drew Ba-ry's 14 yard run.
the flame heat" others waste. You get more heat :: Container and:! T. A. Yawn snjs thai: he. tJ:). disapprovesof : Standings

for your fuel dollar. And only Slegler gives you 'or Bradford County have parts of the proposed new Rams 3-0. Colts 12. Packers

Super Floor Heat for cozy warm floor comfort. No agreed to stay enactment of constitution. Shaw dies the 1-2, Cowboys 12.
overheated ceilings. Powerful bulIMn blower. Judge: M'jrphree'a; final: JJJgi-: Henisnnni governor provision
features ment in the 1965 tlm.!r suit allonlng the governor to sue- Seniors Lead '
Many more comfort and convenience Container's request fora tt:3! himself. reduction in the
plus beautiful Siegler styling make Siegler your psndlrg rehearing! by the Supreme:: t\it\ of the Senate the gas tax Flag FootballIn a e

belt buy-by far.Models for every need and budget. Coirl before: time expires; Nov. formula and: more.
18. But. h; says the proposal t the Senior Boys Flag
of the ContalnsrSuit must be considered in Its entirety Football League the Seniorsafter
'i : TiJi,7f1: J.JlJ Outcome
i
_:; o, !: { .i also depends somewhat on when voting Tuesday.: No two games are leading the w 'e e le 2$.and 4$'rldtll[ '
the similar cass of Brown vs.St. oc... prvsln: Is Important: league without: a defeat.
t. Joe Paper; Co. which! is now enough to vote against the new Last week they edged the! River '. $ I r'stal Clear
DENMARKFURNITURE Il'fI'e:: :: Supreme: Ccurt. Either draft and: kill a big step forward Rats 'in a close game 13-14. ,
:f the two Casa wall:: : act as by the tate, even thoughthe then downed the Juniors. 207.() Shatte roof px..O.Glass to Cove
new draft 'is not perfect: Monday !
.i crccsijnt:! ear: the other At. In the game played
.:Ill' Yaw I sold: Wednesday.:! the Bradford:! :! legislator states. night Oct. 28, the River Rats Your Windows..Doors..Porches:
COMPANY Shuw: points; to the 10-mill() tax evened their record to 1-1 by -
PAYROLL ENVEtOFES. limitation placed on counties, trouncing the Juniors 4021.() n eezoways ,. ..., v Jo'.J" t: :
431 W. Call St. Phone 964-5827 without carbon ftatiBradford cities and school districts In The Seniors: were to meet theRiver ; $T C "' /ji i
with
or
STARKE. FLORIDA County. T." apll.I"b the proposed draft as a case in Rats Tuesday night Oct. t.EXo UIS5 ...". :kIO' :, '0
is the only -I-
point of the compromise; in thenew 29. but the! score was unavail plastic :
964-6185. \ draft. Sme persons:: would, able. dow material that carries a TO 5 3E 'tAcK
.... r
- like to lower the limit to further The Senior League plays each 2 YEAR GUARANTEE. Look for the OVER, e N5y
-
reduce:: taxes Shaw says Monday and Tuesday nights at name FLCX-O-GLASS o/the edge '
while others disapprove of the
: West Side Park with game
proposed constitution: because of time at 7:30: p.m.

"the''ll". limitations: placed:! on mill- Standings Thurs. Oct. 28: -look for Genuine FLEX-.GLASS> At Your Local Hdwr. or' 4t+br. DealerS

X 0 Shaw however points to the .see.eO ....................... .0e....... ...
fact that the new constitution
It'. Either *# 1 11. or Humphrey) says the people:: can vote more


Wallace Cannot Win higher nilllags prove taxes to if them local U legitimate officials the need can No for i i Tdio rKe !I

school board or county com GRlDPS liiese
mission would be able by Its g

hcwever.own action to go above 10 mills

There Is ADIFFERENCE Staunch liberals and staunch .

nether ccn! ervativi to fight! : have the Joined new :!con-to. ADD SPARKLE TO HOLIDAY ENTERTAINING .

stltuticn. Shaw: plnts: cut. The

proposed: document goes la ee

neither extreme! he says .

0 Get Your Home Ready for the Festive .

.
Robbery.Recalled q .

Meals During the Holiday Season ..


SINCE : The Republicans have held thePresidency Just Ahead! Make Every Meal ; : : f :
>Jh % %JFWr .
for 33 years, the

Democrats 36. Compare the rec (Continued from Page One) : An Event. You Can When You ; ':j .0

ords. from Starke past Camp Bland-
Ing on a dirt rsad:! off SR-315 I
which goes to Mlddleburg. : Choose From Our Large Selection t :

Under Republicans 0 Reaching Camp Standing.:!
:
WAR Phillips phoned; the Bradford: : :
of Room
Dining Groups.
Under Democrats 4 Sbe lff'l Department. The call

came: in about: neon the sheriffs .
..aid.A .
department
Spending -- Republicans Balanced Budget 21 cashier in Winn-Dixie re .
ported: that she 'and a fellow .

of 33 Years. Demos 6 of 36 employee raw three Negro men lot You Have Your Choice: .
in the: 8lerk Plaza parking
Satvrday morning on their way : SPANISH MODERN :
AXES Reduced 6 times under the GOP, under for co'fee. The two girls discussed FRENCH

:! the! men because they :
Democrats 4 times. EARLY AMERICAN ITALIAN
appeared: 'urtlvs.: "They turned : PROVENTIAL :

l Personal taxes have gone up only once away when you walked:! by andwouldn't
.
look at you she ald.
under Republican Presidents, 13 times under The trio apparently had

Democrats watched days.In : the store for three i TABLE-SIX CHAIRS -CHINA CABINET i




CRIME Have INFLATION Skyrocketed- NATIONAL In The Last 4 DEBTAll .: ALL GROUPS ESPECIALLY PRICED FOR .:

'Ph.'rI", / nun Of ThrKlBkili .

Years of Democratic Rule .:'.. .>. t In.HHV JiiillHHl.\.%I,''........Ir.-Mli Mrmlriirilml ofKlurldM i DINING ROOM MONTH i

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Democrats: IX.r.Mllllllll.. 0 (NOVEMBER) .
Republicans: MlTH'K. .: OK HI'ITTH.

Government 1'i!II'! ,.\'""1'iuliii/...r ell Ii......1 KIIII.IIWIII<.
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Our Constitution Support
Support KiHrn.v. :.Vrtv;
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Fight for States Rights Ignore States Right Illl\'....1.-|.1.|tire>ll r.T Ix-irl.y llt\.f., ...IllllH.11'1.1 I.(Hint....IIfllctl i i
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HirahiHi Prices Start At
nifiiiilrvu
yiiii y.u
.. .. $319.95
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Believe in Law and Order Permit Civil Disorder 'urit'i-n, r1.nsr.|I..ri.r\. ir n nay> | >In i Ii>' ..u.nKuyinv :. .
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Control >
Federal
Favor Individual Favor I 1'...nit Iff. w Is...... mill. ..r.*... I I. I 11 s9. .
\> .-..1 Cull ..Ir...... $irkv.. Kl 1", .
Opportunity Create Inflation IdN' inn.1! rili- .Hi.Mrlxliinl. "I'
.tin. 1'...rk iir Hitul..\ifi> l I.il
.. : 7t's A Fact You Can Do Better At" :
Fight Inflation Favor Deficit Spending I limn nun, .nihrr.r i.i-rmt li>i** U I IN.uu.Jiiilfrniinllimy -r 'J

Oppose Deficit Spending $50 Billion In Past 6 Iliv n-lli-f ln< i-itiinil ilriiuinilril, MiTNliini In ,ilu-yiMi i\-in-fur

Support Lower Taxes Years ..I'liilni. U IIlii-nii..r ivilili.ii.my .ion. ud HIM.I! lln- mil i Denmark Furniture Co. f
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(. weld I'Kiiri mi Iliv ::11 Jay v( I
Raise Taxes I<>i lulH-r.I'liiirlvM'', 11011\I ..\. l I''Ir1y

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Authorized and Paid for by Bradford County Nlxon-Agnew Committee tae Firm. I'liiilli-uiliMi: (htiiin-r' 3.. 434 W. Cn 8U Phone 964.5827.

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. THURSDAY. OCT. II, INS COUNTY ,
THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
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-In First Defeat "






Out-Manned Tornadoes Bow 32-6 Tough Palatka



out-manned: and cut-classsd: -
( 13. Belots fouled the first
Friday night, ths Bradford High up
Tcrnndees play but: gat ors yard; Melvin
wue overwhelmed 32bv
41 the powerful Palatka- got four, but E!.'ote lost five. Unbeaten

Braves Relate passed! f\e! yards to Melvin -

: but It fell s-crt of a flist. e
It
w ns an inn.crtant Florida a"r
The ball exchanged: hands!
:
Slur Conference less for the Torimdies -
twice Perry
more but neither team
I and was also their: first r
generated! a drive as the: Braves
defeat of
the season: leaving
eased up with their: 32-6
mar-
them with four wins
: ater their ,8Pa.atka3s
. gin
fifth lIam Palatka now Is :5-0-1
after tleing Orange Park early The Tornadoes: lord fr the /Is ToughA

in the season. season t the ss.-v'ses!' cf starting t:::
tackle Mian Crawford
tl was also a !homecoming vlo who sustained -
a badly tken: l leg- In good, solid Perry: football
for the
orb undefeated! Braves, t the third! period! as Palatka drive team undefeated In five games "

Clearly. Palatka's dominating the: contest fcr their '..ith: : toac.-d-\\.i.:::!: this season awaits tie: Toina- &
rued running Statistics does on home ground this Fri
.game, headed!!! by powerful Limn [
BUS VIISFlist
r Bilnson. locked! up 224 day."They
Downs D 18 beat a good Live Oak
yards to Bralfe; da 33. B 'Inson
: : ,
Live Oak
Rushing 3 is team 27-0 but played
who got yardage! every: time the "
terrible football that
Passing game
Braves get in a tight sot; gained 4 2Yaids John Ihrobold reaches I H tail for IIn ,rlnnl.. paM.
( Gained BHS Coaches: Jack McCasktl
126 yards in 28 carries, aIS 153 auaRushlr.a Dewey'McKln'1ey In the Tornado end zone but the ball HMS just Incheii too high and
Bradford' and reportedin
yard Ronnie Griggs goes 14 cards for P a\e.aj:
The Braves resets The rornadori
won 32. Adrian HrO\\n, Mho Thtobold
their scouting lepoitTo ,
Tornadoes' Passing
< tune six pointer. It: the third 6. 122 BJ:! .
Pnlntka put: .six paints on the Passes Cmpl.m:;: 5-9 win the game, the Tornadoes tot behind, watches the pla' >'.

board in the first picd.: quai- period His pass to Brinsan for Nine hadfjght plays Intel Palatka. was penalized: flva' Passes Int by 2 2 will have to stop four Perry :-

teb.\ck: Art Annie sneaking over the extra point was batted Palatka had Its aeccr.d! to 1.0: h. yards: back to their: 36 foi being Fumbles! Lost by 2 1 players-something no other!

from the gal lin after a 61- down, howe\er. dawn with 5x56: left In tie: second cf.sides! and Belots- : t stopped;:: : Penalties bO 80 team has been able to do.; They

yard drive tie first time the BUS I.I Hole pet'led.! B:'lr=an ca"'rd! a:v- Brinson for ro gain around the Punts. 3.33 1.18 are: Injury WeakenedBHS
Braves touched the pigskin, Belote returned! Annis' kick. Score Quarterback Robert Bar-
en cf thj nine plays, gt sting 7, left end. Annis passed to Theo- B\ Quarters
Two Toinnds fi.nbes; lid ,to a o'f ta: the 29, but: a 15-yaid personal 15, 9, 3, 3, 6, and X yards, bold 19 yards! to tie BHS 45 Bradford: 0 0 6 a6 field, a 174-pound: Junlll''ho

pair of second! perlcd Palatka fart penalty pushed:! the Annis mlssd tie: extra po.itTMtyfive : before Adrian Brown pushedhim Palatka 613 7 (6-32 carries out the best fakes of

TD f, The Braves second: tally Toinadoss: back to their! 14 Be oat of bunds.:: Touchdon any signal caller)) e Tonadoes

came si; a 33aid drive:; alter late lan his end for seven yardson 1: .seei>:1s later: the Attempting the pass on third BnldlJI'd-I' Giljjs: 14-yt. will meet, Faces Perry

Tornado Tex Patrick: came unglued the option and Melvin got 1 B.a\s: ti>ckrd:! up n third TD. down the Braves: qi i:.teiback rm -Fullback Terry Wilder, a

from a Billy Belst pass 1.2 yards eve: tackle, but: the BITS tackle Allan Crawford! fell was rc.hed hard by Tr:'uado: Palatka-l Anils: : sneak at hard running 160-pound junior:

at the Palatka 33, and! It was Tornadoes! had to punt from on the sh.it kick-ctt at the 38, Tex Patrick who: ? .':=.k him :3..al.: 2' Blirs,11: i-jj: ma: 31 who also carries out fakes well Crippled by the loss of their flu Other players have been

recovered bv Brave end Jchnle their 22, Pnlaka was off sides, Belts missed:I Adams:! on a first Ico.a? from the ball,EH3 end: : Tom Jones: 20-jd:! t 'n jn fi\ :-nble! iscneix -Tailback Gordon: Scott avery two starting offensive and defensive struck will colds In the cool

Bibens. down pass, then attempt, another Maiks who also :broke t1-!::cjgh : '. Annis k.ck god: !: 41> strong: runner: and a 173 tackles and colds and weather but /ate still workingout

Disaster stiuck again at the hcwe\'er.' and Bradford: :! had a But Patlatka guard Bad the Brave forewall, recovered! Walk:', I. 'd,1,1: AnnU' kick pound !:lJ:':omore. "Once you flu which shuck this week, the ,

Tornadoes when 35 seconds later : ittui' nt the 27, IVJaulii'i:! I brok'tuc.igh: ; and the fiimble! at the Palatka 39 10..1 i it 1 l\to'e: ."d. pass! from see him you'11 know, why he s a Tornadoes of Coach Nurse facea To fill the holes at tackle

Bt>lot was pushed: : :deep on G:Iggs went eight: yards: on apitchcut pushed I f!:& BHS quarterback Belts ws ca:is:it far: a two Annis. starter." the BHS scouts say tough, undefeated Perry team Tornado coaches have moved

an attempted! pas and fumbled around rijht erd.:! then deep and forced a amble! at the yard: lass 1; by PuUtka tackle Sam Running back Vernon: Bishop Friday night in lees than top guard Joe Green to the offen-

Pnlatkn grand: :! Lynn Jorss picked got two male over I left taeklt'ulutka' BHS 20. Maidln picked:! up the Reedei! :!: ard: Lamar Bilrson, but a ISO.pound senior. yet another shape, sUe strong side tackle position:

up the !Iu ball: at the BHS then came right Back to hit N laid runner who also "I think we're a lot better p:'e- normally held by Smith Guard

:20! and ran untouched into the Patrick: for: a 12yaidsi to the v r i carries out fakes well, pared to play Perry thane! r..l:. I
fnd zone, It gave Palatka 13 Biavt29 where! Walk. mad B? ..eld twice faked the Live were Palatka," Coach Huise switched from the weak to the

paints in the second period and ty, tackle Oak team Into going for the said Tuesday, But he added: Mtong side of the Tie!: to replace -

a 10-0 halftime Had! in their Oilggj; got throe yards! ovel'his tailback while: Baifield went o
homecoming contest I left guaid Palatka's Lynn aide and outran everybody for shape physically 'than (for Phlatka will move into the ita'tlng position I-

Taking advantage of a Pa- 3 ,: Jones: tiV-klliz: bat Bel.;to tues touchdowns.End ', We'll miss!' our two: tackles at weak side !guard.

latka fumble early in tie: third cn the cpt.on Palatka Castel- Jim Moody a big 210- badly."' Delenslxely" the tackle spots

lel'lot:1e\ : Toinaces! of) Coach berry breaking: thl :\:jh for the pound Is also tabbed as a fins! Tie: two stalwarts are seniors ulll be filled! by Tex Patilckn :

David Huse: put their only stc;>. Gilggs got: five to the 24 football player. Allan Crawford and Charles: in! Scottie Smith, both of W:10111Ju'e :

score:! on the board Brave quarterback yard lire:: before Vic Mojs tackled The Bulldogs run Just about Smith: Crawford broke his leg \ experience! there Smith

Art: Annii was rushed him every kind of conceivable! defense In the Palatka game and h:? U will see action/ both ways at

hard: bv Tornado! Tex Patrick With a fu:.tl down and\ five- and the Tornadoes will out for the lease, Smith, tab ttcUelommv' .

He lest the ball and Bg! Red i to-go\ situation: Belote went to see plenty of diffeieit ones in bed the top Tornado lineman, Is Blaiksheai, aid Ralph

end Tom Marks came up withit ,' _- t the'! oil: hitting Adams: over the Pey: tom oronight.. Basic sidelined by a pulled hamstring Morgan will back up the often-

at the: Palatka 39. Ronnie __ left side on a 10.j'aid: pass: playto Bulldog defense consists: of six mll'('le. He played only three sire !guard posts. Morgan is a

Grlggs went 14 yards for the Palatka 14 or seven man line with three: plays against Palatka and will former starter at guard but has

scar seven plan latei. Grlg< took the hii :ijft! and Bill Adams make one of hUt safeties Perry features a roving ,- definitely! miss the Perry contest be'.!n :held out of tie: offensive!
u, l1t! at his r ilgh e.id cut backup IIne!> '!-halfback: whoplays I line-up because of
The defense of Palatka set up t wit InterceptIons. ; against, Palat and may be lost for the an Injured
the Biaj' third: period TD. tie mlcidl and rots: the ka :! deeper than: a linebackerbut Lake City game Nov. 9, Anlle11:111- : the fact that he Is
The defensive back for
BHS safety Bill Adams intercepted end zone '01 the lone T.-inado: ace shorter: than the seco ida:'> Fullback Gene Melvin missed it-placable at llnebackei
touchdown: Te:: score cams: with Ihe Tornadoes. has five Interceptions Pat of the Tornado stiategyFilday two
a Brave pass at the Brad! days practice this week Perry Is expected to inn the
lord 13 But Bradfaid's B lore Lamar Brlnsnii goes around !the TorndaofH right end 8u4: left In the third: )peiicd. Be- In the first five fame will b' to outwit the with a bad cold and tackle Bill BHS hcklesince! It will be

lost 13 yards on one attemptedpass fur yardage, oniethlng, hr dltl.(nl !nl l,ht J fejft.Brl-: gained IJb lot-. rumbled: the _snap for the this season Bulldog roving back Buby has been in bed with the
known boll: starters out
In'H LS exlra '" ". ...... ,. .. ,.\Uinli: I a running team, theBulldogh are
and! four on rnafie-: farcing yards :! ltempu.! a :YkTd4lf"'alt"1' Mil'. could get four fir p-lnt.: '. ...I.In. ; But BHS coaches think the

the Tornadoes to punt from fheards through,, Ihe Tnr'1allo..lj.Qc l| nnlmri'\lt' ,1agg ,gs oIPd It.icr 1 Braest' i RnariBiKk,.. << '. .. 1'(fin from the popular tackle behind: two blockers, and Bulldogs! will be In for a surprise -

their threePalatka'a: .-!., ,_ '.-..... .. "'..-.. .+.-.. .....;.,.. 'Kitm t'-elr"K9"yur1s'yi.ne': : ..."Some peoples finances rr3rrrtat'tf\'and: a pa-type: -ONfen1e"Best"plavs a fullback dive between the ,
1 B'-nxsi drc:'<'e '29 yards to the in such a meSs : are a tailback the guard and tackle from: u
Jchn Theobold letuined a second BHS first :JWT: at lese bAll'ana -an untouched: \ you'd think The: Tornadoes are not figured
BHS 43 t, f-:e A., :'!'s I'W longfc they dive from the Ifoimallon, aquarterback dead backfleld with a flankerset
the pint to the BHS 26 the 37 But the budding: :drive! for: the TD were getting advice from as fuvoiltes In the contest, but
: :Moy.at fa::: EHS 18. Bill end run from tie wide,
and nine playa later halfback stopped; there: when Belote lost This limo AI'nude:)!! ; goad:! his the jrovernment."-Duane C. Ifoimation! BUS coaches are not figuring! /
Adams Hit!?:C2ted: fi tie: Tornadoes with: a fake to the Bal'feld: Is also an adequate
Walt Walker went aver from the a yard trying the cptian play J pnt: : aft' luck and: Ralntka. led! Griggs, The New London tailback between tackle their team as! underdogs either
and:! Maya pulled elm and pa3et. mainly shot' stuff
one foot mark, making: it 266. (Iowa on
his pass to G'iggs in tie light la-O at hnlftlms ) Journal.
1'0101'11 immediately, guard sending the tailback off when he lolls out, (iConllniH'd on P.IKO Nine: )
Theobold Intercepted: a Tornado flat pens\ tea( high, and Melvin Bibens! Illls ,\cain

pass and ran It 27 yards got but a yard:! on the option. Allan Craw'oid:! fell on his Trying! a pitchcJt! to Mslvln

to the Bradford! 13 to set up; fie Belote's 34-yard punt: was second: si-"it o.i-slde kicks.ff by tie Tornadoes: lost 13 yards

Braves' ruth and final TD ---- ----- attempted
R7f1 "f1IYNs1 then four mOl'eII:,I)! Belote -
early in the fsjith period. The ; to pass and were PUBLIC
Tairadces held! fie: Braves to NOTICEmEMERGENCY
faced to 1,1:1t i: from their! three!
!cur yards for fire plays, but Y,, LP setting up the fourth Palatka
Annis hit end Vic Mo>'e on :Ms "' } n '
TD.
third: : pass en fourth dawn for ,. Ihecbold! : I:! returned! B lote's 37
(
the score, making It 32-6, yard punt: 14 yards to: the Tor. )

Play-By-PUy nado: 28 It took eight plays t)
One !bright spot of fix game I- mAke the 26 yards tat the

for the Tornadoes was the 44- Braves did it, Bilnson gettingthe

yard return of Pala tka'IS opening H.'ol! six yards to the goal
klck-o'f by Bill B3lote: Bat two Tuinado
by runnlr; over
the Brave defense pushed the
t9cklel'bef:, Tom: Marks
Torradces: back three yards:! In
mods the- stop
three dawns: Grlggs ost threeon Walk, darned: !!:! the final foot Dear Voter :
a try up the middle:! a Belote over the goal with SB secondsleft :
and fullback! Gene Melvin wa Annis
!
In t-s third P'llod
tapped fci no gain kicked the paint otter! making Check the schedule below : See how many $$ $ your County and

Belote punted: :! 34 yards to District 16 will lose re-distribution
It 266.( No. as a result of of our road
pass was over Grlggs' head, Bad luck continued: ta dog! ns
Bilnson who was tackled by returned:! money.
Tornadoes! as Griggs/
B.adford's! Tern Marks at the \ : the Brave kickoff to hU 41, bet

Palatka 39 after a nine yard Bradford was penalized 15 Our District (District No. 16 Baker Bradford Clay Columbia ,

ictiin, yards! back to the Brave 16, for Union and Nassau counties ) will lose as shown by the table below
Palatka wasted no: time put.

ting Bilrson to wreck: the blltn1nlna a Giljgs personal! !got foul fur yards but Bsl.te 38544000. We are in need of additional money for our roads insteadof

back, tabbed! :! by BHS l went to the: air His first the loss of money. It would appear to me that if we lose this

Coach: David: Hjrss as the bestin effort! fell flat when hs :slippedpassing : much money from the state gas tax we will either have to raise

the area and: J perhaps the ball, his .second:!
the
taxes the local level road will be greatly
v
hlttng clash: ever the left side Tar Patrick bubbles a Isill Bclole pas. that would hate meant The!>old at the 40 and
of tie: Tcrnado lire! Little line. returned 27 yards to My opponent Mr. Gene Shaw voted for this loss : Lawton B.
gird
a down la the Tortadaei: In Hip second period But Ihs two th" Brave: j
backer -
Steve made
Crawford!
the step B.inson gt two yardsup : PaUlfca.. deferdir: ubovs jarred the Tcrnadu, light end IUOHO from th! Tornado! 13 Thomas would have voted against this loss has he been your repre-

the middle: on second! downit the ball and the Braves recovered Braves Strike Again: sentative.

had to be measured, but the Biinsan immediately went
caught by Palatka's, Theobold: at Ann's! and:! the To:nades began
Braves had! their first and -
: down AI'O.lhh: : \ left end apparent
tie: 29, no attempt was madeto to the Sincerely ,
move: ball .
So it went all night long : :: score on a pitch oat.: bata
return tie kick. Gilggs got seven yards on
cff sides penalty nul-
me-yaid: : ;
Two straight penalties Drive the option ever rliht tackle be-
Braves lifted: the effrt
against BHS plus t four: yard fore: Moye and:! Walker mAd the
due play by Palatka's Walt Wai. Biln'on: was immediately put stop: !guard Ristlj Castelbeny From: the 18 Blbens got fourjaids 6 ONTNOVORS LAWTON B. THOMAS
to work. Hl3 first try was stopped on the end around: : Then ((8))
leer put the Braves!! on th3 Toi-: !stopped: :! him after Uj: yards ona
: fired : air.He .
cold: by Eelate: Wu Annis decided to g] to tie
nado:! 33. Three runnlnj: plays second try. House of Representatives
but lIln! ,
,
up: from the!: coirsiback post threw too long to The : :
netted the Braves a third 'irst
BUS was cffiids and:! Palatka t the corner of the end: zone on District No. 16
down, but a IS-yarJ: penalty: got five yards cn the play. Bclate went 10 yards then second:! Sown: He was cornered Conservative Republican
them the ball
against pushed: Bilnson got five on the next around: : his l left end be'ou: Theo fcr no gain by Patrick and:! Wills

back to tie: BHS 39, where it play or a first d;wn. Annis bold:! and two ether Braves could Cchens on third down,

was first and 25-to-go, passed:! ta Theobald at the right get to him Then the BHS signal But Amis fund Vic Maye on

But: the Braves snapped:: buck sideline *C1' 11 yards Walker got .cal'er! threw incomplete! to tat ;-11 down fcr: a l4-yd:!. TD

when Annis hit flanker John six arcurd: tae BHS riiht end, split end:! Adrian Brawn: but! Pa- pass which: cams win: 10:38: lift DISTRIBUTION UNDER

ThecboH: with a 22 yard pass: and! Anris hit end! Vie 1'.11. for latka's T-eooll! :: wns called]) for in the fcurth. B5ild.: : Moye DISTRIBUTION THE PROPOSED

Theobolj: was finally chased cut 11 more yards, interference: and the Tornadoes caught the ball between two COUNTY UNDER PRESENT CONSTITUTION IF GAIN OR LOSS$50,545.00

of bounds at the BHS 17 by Ronnie Brinson got another first downat had a first down at the: Brave Tornado: :! clsf: enters.: T.ie score FORMULA APPROVED ON

Grlggs. the BHS 20, bit Bill Adams:! 20 was 32.6 NOV. 5, 1968
Palatka ended up with a
stopped the Braves that time!
fourth first down at the BHS 10 B20te threw ta Brown In the Drive
Tornado
with the first cf two Intelcep-
Baker $243,760 $193,215 *
when
en a "busted" play guard tions. end zone: on f!it :Sown'ord! Pu. Going to the a'r with the game .
Bud! Mauldin got the ball and! fJi Bslots Bradford 289,465 228,415 61,050.00*
Taking an Ands pass meantfor latka's Biters Int..c"5ted: a already =t, hit Gilggs

jan for five yards. Theobald:! at the lour Adams:! tellohbac: ending!: the threat. for seven yards! before Bir.janmads : Clay 425,755 303,600 -122,155.00*

From there Brir.jon: got: two returned it to the Bradford 40 Palatka hat: :: time for elj'U: the stop. Patrick: ragged Union 231,880 101,255 -130,625.00 *
his right aids:! before BHS'BUI
over before being ran out of bounds. plays, Incljdlr: B'lnon': longest \ a short pass vr the hit alHar.
Buby stopped:: him. Annis run of the night, a 21.>'ard- :! bawled over Uo Palatka Nassau 372,460 330,220 42,240.00 *
ian the right side d the Tornado BUS Moves, Fumbles and! 49 yards before the Columbia 498,300 + *
er, defer:ies: : far: 12 yards: Belote 477,125 21,175.00
line for six before Bill Quickly putting the Tc-na- whistle blew the second period misled! on two trys, bat: then Total loss (Dist. 16)) -385,440.00Dade
Adams stepped him at the BHS does on the move, Bslots passedto j
dead. connected fcr :
eight: yards terre
*
Melvin had a shot six $4,597,670 $7,584,335 ( )
two-yard! line. Grlggs for yards in the Biirson pushed Griggs cut of gain$2,986,665.00
back at the elglt: but let Annis right flat, then up the middlefor Tornadoes Score bounds.

slip through, 10 to Tex Patrick Bill Adams' kick-off t> open
The BHS quarterback: his
Brinson two yards on third! But Patrick fumbled at the the second half was returned by eft end for 12 yards:! on ran fourth: Information secured from the Legislative Reference Bureau bv

down and the ball was placed Palatka 45 and Brave safety the "iscsedy Biters to the Pa- drwn, ar.:! Palatka Kenny An. Representative L. S. "Sam" Campbell.

with its nose all but touching Jchnle Bibens, a. speedster, atka 41 befcrs: Belote made: the derson cst the Braves 15 more

the goal: AnnU sneak on fourth: picked up the lone ball and returned stop just when it leaked: :! as if yards by piling on Belote. ** (Pd. Pol. Adv)
down got the Braves their first it 22 yards yards to the the brave back might break The drive fizzled at the Pa Apparently the Beneficiary from our loss.

TD with :546 left in the first: Bradford 33. loose.
latka eight, however From tie:
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!siX' : THE BRADFORD COt'NTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY. OCT. 31. 196 .
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_, Bradford Farm Leaders Say ASC gram.variety Included show on the at evening's 7-30: p.m.pro 1 Is W. B. Seweli For Services Mrs.Held CrawfordAt GOP Lawton NomineeFor Thomas,


"Oh my aching back!" has


Programs /Help Make Ends Meet bran weeks Hampton since heard area Hurricane in throughout the last Gladys two the Retired BankPresident Mrs.Pine Reba Level Conner Crawford: LegislatureLawton B. Thomas and Macclenny ministerof -

66, lifelong resident of B'ad- businessman
the
blew down much of pecan
!
God. is the
crop. According to most reports Dies ford:! County, died Tuesday; afternoon the Chinch of
fOthe
for a specified period. The obJective th's bas been a good year far: In the! Bradford: County Republican nominee
The family\ farllet.the van- of Ms I program is to residents with a couple)"! of trees Hospital after an Illness of ssveial Florida House of Representa-

ii
Stat' thai *:.x per cent of our people farm price!' while at the: his home here following 111- Bradford: :! County:: on Feb 18, District 16 includes Baker
'. farms. There are A rock and cement! fountain: : an Columbia Nassau. -
l1L>W1.1. on same time assuring consumers flees of several months 1902 She was a member of the Bradfoid. Clay
c:>lv two persons:: on farms today M of ai: ampl! supply of food and has ten! added to the HamptonElementary Mr. Seweli was born October Laura Baptist Church. and Union Counties: Mr.

for (','.:y five that: were i + fibre products: at reasonable: School entry, alongside 6. 1889 in Temple, Ga.. and had Surviving is her father. Law Thomas' Democratic opponentIs

their :.10 years ago The trend r pi'Ices. Farmers signed up in the )pool: built last year by lived In Starke for than ton L. Conner, of Starke: five incumbent Rep. Gene Shaw:

comtmu'.H toward a fewer larger the feed grain program may some of the parents Arnold 30 years.He was president more of the daughters, Mrs Hazel Rhoden of Starke.

fanm For: Flo:'!Ida. prelim- also be eligible for price sup- Haddock: his son.: Guy and Florida Bank at Starke before Mrs. Bernice Jackson. Mrs Mi Thomas' platform Includes

:.na-v: climates! show 37.000 port loans and for storage fact daughter Sheila\ installed the his retirement several Eloise Jackson, Mrs. Merriam the following: points: : $10000
f.'m. with! la'It in farm indi- ASC Committee drying equipment circulating! fountain unit and years Faulkner and Mrs. Vonnie homestead exemption; stop
members (from left) : Lloyd Dyal ility and ago, and has also served as
rated at IB:200.000 acres during and built a natural-looking rock formation Starke five son, duplication In State
Leaton Committeemen Cone chairman Boom, all of waste and
Morgan Jr. chairman and loans. of the board. After
Cone.pea'
I-i,7!) for I"fi8!' fie estimated Clyde around: It. Clumps of and Ken- stop discrimination
Dyal both: participate! In the his retirement from banking he J. H. Craw'si d. O. L.. : Government;
,'iimbei of fa01Sllands/ at 3..- coleus were planted on either Starke of welfare
annual Feed Grain Progiam. was active In real estate sales neth Crawford: all of ; in distribution
'r"0, with! la'id tin! farms remaln- cqiia'h, cucvbeis: water- lad Oil 11'\1\ anal water re- In discussing the general f aiming side against the front wall of for several years Larry Crawford:: : of PI':>VO. Utah: funds, create more Jobs with

Ira unchanged.: Discontinuance melons: I with \\hii.: :i he brings 'OIll'Ct'lo p'Ide: an abumlB'ic situation for the small the school entrance Mr. Sewell was a member of and:! Ronald Crawford Orange more industry, local and states


'j; imll: fanning enterprises pica-ill to his! friends out at !? of f:>:>duc' clean water faimer. Mr Ccnp stated. "The Miss Beverly Forsyth. daugh- the First Methodist Church of Park: four slstirs, Mrs Mae rights against "federal dictator-

(I.'d} ritp.T of larger: units with the AI Cont'Ti.: I timber' hogs tnlunc" natuial beauty and future docs not look too blight ter of Mr, and Mrs. Leaston: Starke and was also prominent Shaw, Mrs. Roberta Sapp and ship."

.'\ 'i IIX: : fa:im co':t'nue! as the and cattle. He al':3 has a tobacco vrimot! other I improvements -It gets tougher all the time. Forsyth. celebrated her fourth In Methodist layman's work Mrs Edith Hutchinson: all of Mr. Thomas:: Is manager of

u'at, :: t important influences: lu nciracc all\:tmcnt on his H the qual) ty nf our eiuiionnicnt. We do need these farm pro- birthday recently with: a partyat throughout Florida He was a Sta-.ke, and Mrs Elna Schaeffer : Lawton B Thomas: & Assoc:

:' era :-pe .'i number :of fai ms. form but lift l lanced it for the The Govcr'rmn'it: s'airs: grams It :helps the little farmer their home.! Birthday cake former superintendent of the Atlanta Ga.; live brothels iates. owners: and operators of
How c.isd it is to know hat \JR"I'e'al: jicn1:"*. and ice cream were served to W. C Conner Jacksonville: homes In Flor-
with the fat ne: s the cc-t t of overcome some: of the problems! Church School and served for several nursing
on agi.ciiltiral: I leaden along Leaton :I.Ol'Aa'Jr"' whose cMM>'iiit: out n Nil i d p.ucttc" caused: by the price of labor 14 friends and relatives presentfor many years as a steward and Loren Conner, Atlanta Ga; ida including the one at Staike.
ugh ma:iv othti: it: BiadfordCjnntv farm I+ located about:: four of the"! occasion.HALLOWE'EN Leon Mucus and Rollin Conner Lawton B.
and the cost !equipment operates
t") a'-ui" a'li'qu i I' ,' p1e'(-* iit'on! going up teacher. He was a Past Com- He also
are sell". engaged In ni.les: no.tl.wcn:!!; :; cf Staike. hasten of m i r 'Oil::: and itei, hi': nip':>t tIIIB t- inci'easing. PARTY mander of American Legion all of Starke; 30 grand- Thomas: Builders, licensed con-

'faniilv f.umlns operating: the frmily farm t''c.: n oiU row: i':.I! li the! I'm Jut like an ant on top ofa More than: 125 from Hampton Post 58 In Starke, having served children and two great-grand- ti'actors li: nine counties
TI'" three farmers ptctuirdnbjE foi 22 )vcar! Ho IU'Otobac UIIII'P. big ba-.iell.: Ml Dyal said! Gainesville Waldo and Lawtey overseas In World War I, and childi:! 'sn. Mr Thomas was born Nov. 21

> the Bradford County co. f'eld': coin: stiaubcities: "They keep talking about the attended Mr. and Mrs Frank worked for many years with the Funeral services weie held at 1917! in Lulu. Columbia Co.. and

ASC Comm: !ttee represent 'itlu::
inou- than! 10 scan of family Coirtv: and cattle. may realize little or no:: Imme- the squeeze is getting the upper Saturday evening, Oct. 2tt, at are his widow Level Baptist Church with Rev. Lake City. He attended: Florida:

DP:' fanning! ii: Btadfo-d\ : Conntv "Ill\ cont'-Hi! to:: 'grow: these diate benefits: from these practices hand Our farm programs: do their farm near Hampton. Ethel: Overstreet Seweli of Donald Willis Rev. W. B !Mer- Southern College, Lakeland and
,
t Chrt" Crie: of Biooker has crop> us long 1: : n. t'!,'ic'a a mar. taking part of his better help equalize the difference be. To a pair of "witch's' pots"of Starke; two daughters Mis. cer, and D::. E. R Bowers off U received a B. A, degree from

bTii operating! fie family farm ki-t for: t'.'em'" he tat:?d. Mr. land out of crops for conservation tween what the farmers get foi chicken and rice were addeda Robert P. Gussinger, of Baton ciating. Interment was in the Lenolr Rhyne College: Hickory: ,

tot: 110 years He took over :Mnean h.is ei\'ad 1 as Chairman : uses. This: Is truly an their products and the price: variety of covered dishes for Rouge La., and Mrs. W Jefferson family plot: in Dyal Cemetery
niaiiaeeiiuiit and operation on cf (lie Ba'fDid: County investment in the future. Sports- they have to pay for:: what they the outdoor supper A hay I'Ide Powell, of Spring under dlisstio.i:: of DzWltt
the dea::h of hrs: father He has ASC Commltte for: the past men as well as farmers benefit: buy. It seems to me that every through the fields, bobbing: for Y.; one lon James Overstreet Valley, N. Jones Funeral Home:: .

th cr'.g'tal' acreage: plus some! thinpeir: n-d: in September from ACP through:: the wildlife time I go: to sell om"th'ng! from apples, and other Hallowe'engames Seweli. Jacksonville CEMETERWORKISG
; two sis!
aiif'ed' lad: which: h:? has bought he was elected by the farmers conservation practices carried provided entertainmentfor -
my farm the price! has just ters. Mrs. H. F. Norman and AT BELLAII BAPTISTA
through: : the \ean As he puts of I the County: f .r a !second! out fairis Special food and children! and I teenagers,
01: gone down: : but If wait to buy Miss Maud E. 3 well, both of Spanish Course cemetery: walking: will be
it'. I\e ben )plowingeer\ thrcc! : -vttarm. H:. pnieits.M : cover plots: have been establl'h- something that I need on the while adults warmed themselvesby Richland.: Ga.: and seven grand held at Beulah Baptist Chinch

flea I could: hold: the: handle :'. a'ul 1\11'; L-Mton\ : S:'.. also with ACP help: slice: Pie: wild- farm the cost has just gone! up. bonfires.: children. Offered ByVoTech i old cemetery' In Clay Countyon

Iii ,1.t! a stinle''! :out oldfarmer. st'Il!!1 lire! c::i fie: f.um life phase of tho: program was TMs has not ben a good BAPTIST WMU Funeral services were held at Center Satuiday Nov. 2, Dade Road
He! is r-lnc'pallv: en- Baptist WMU met at
Throe time f'1I'111'I'S 1W2 F.ihei: Hampton
ore! lepo'i first authoiizjd! in
crop year for utiawboiriss! or 2:30: pm. in the First Metho gate ''Camp Blandingi' will be
uaprcl in t the production of coin:: $ ., !i3't'! for: tl'" adm'.nli-tratlon: : men also: hen?m: from the conservation tobacco." according: to Mr the! church Tuesday morning: dist Church with Rev DeWitt Conversational Spanish Is now open from R to 'I a,m,
peat i(rood:: acre peas, among: of actian!: form: louiaim, at the measures: carried!!! out MOl'ganfY: tobacco: was look last week for a program, presented T. Farabee Jr.
officiating. In. being offered by the Vocational
others aqua'h. cticmnbeix. coii'tv IP\':'!, T."1r! !include the with Pits! cost-haie hitit. by the president Mrs. "_
progiamSome N'tr
ing teal good: u::til t the hail! tel'!ment was In Crosby Lake Center In Starke as part of its -*
cows a:ul pig! H' doss :have! a Aa:ictiltu! :'jl C nceuat1.! : Pio- 165 farmers of Bradford But the feit'.llzbill! and Foster Hayes. Cent te-v under diiection of adult:! education program, This t

tobacco: ac.eage allotment* : on scam fie Fed Oia'n' Piotiiam.! County: have sllit.:?d up to participate taxes hato! b? paid no mat Attending the New River Association DeWitt C, Jones Funeral Hjmt. course is designed to help those ,
;
the farm, but for: the: pnt several WMU Meeting! at Mad- .
Tobacco: Alljtni\ : :it and M.ukct- in the program in 1B! ; tei what kind of crop or market who ,
work
>'eRI'IIt!t has been leasedto :'no Quata: P.o: Rill Farm Store : Under the! feed grain program situation we have" ison Street Baptist Church In Classes with Spanish speaking n
people. held in Room
another: pI':>dncer. -e rid Puc 11L:>an PIOB- participating!' farmers The Committeemen: agree that Starke Thursday! morning were School Board are
A-19 of Bradford High School I,
Lloyd\ D.\al. nl'' of Biooker Hill and :
> : Mr D. E.
urn loan a" Pir.i'ia's: Piomam. agree to: limit production: of harm programs do help the Mrs Hayes and
has barn opjtat'.ng: hi* farm t 1'".> Mrs. Melvin Hamel. Meet Interested persons may register / -
I'JIII. ul W::.ol: l Pio- corn bv diverting a portion: of small farmer manage!! Ms production ChangedTo now.New .
foi :Id \oa.s. Llk: Mr: Cone 111'111n':1 I oil PERSONALSAttending rgv
: : 'c. their ba'e acieage They art : and conser" his soil
he ha* adric-1 some: land !in fie! the BHS.Palatka Wednesday.. typing classes ae: being
All ot thy C imtteemn! : par also: required to maintain tHe! diverted li: a way that would not: otherwise held!! at the center
:stem:linar! >'eai''. :Mr Dyal I t'c'' !':nf In tiv 'ci.cultu.al! : Con. acreage in approved This football game in Palatka last on Monday
:
l be po'sbie. year
) The Bradford SchoolBoard's and:! Wednesday: : Those
nights
icacccl: 'n' an"rul,,l fai'ming: Mr and County
:; 'e1 r.tt1 Friday evening were
osium' I ibetfikmun conservation! : 'i!!e". No: crop may I90S the eleclsd: farmer; committee -
lie .01)*. "'t takes a little! bit Maiklee Norman and regular first Tuesday wishing to take the: couise mayregister
8- AC' Th's program be harvested from: Pie! diverted system of the! Apilenl- Mrs.
of C\Mhlni rawto make!! 1 Ie nlir-cl 1: at 'couragng:: : : con acreage during the entlie year tural StabU'iat'.nn' : and Conner, daughteis. Sherry and Darlene, meeting has been changed to either nght
in Due to the Interest
a m next Wednesday Nov. shown in
ends; neat I' lie rare
--coin.-- _srvatict woi'' to: protect: faim- and gracing is not:: peimlttedHAMPTON ration Sci\.c! U 32 years old. Gary Laasester.Johns Steve Farelon Lassster.McClell-David 6, due to the general election the Peace Office: TrainingCourt s'Rcii.

--- Nov: 5. to Start November 3, th
CARD OF THANK! 1 an Lynn Earnest Nancy Las I' ? "
Tie! family! of William E, Nor.ma seter and Calvin VarnesMi The Staike City Council will two classes are alreadY filled .: I ''jj., ;
... (
rB and Mrs. Alice Wateis. her .. i
our friends aid: neigh- Faye meet as usual Tuesday night at Director Ted Oglesby .states, .. ,. I
.
i Sr and: John B. and Mrs. Edward Saxon
GrelbOI's for all the kindness and assistants. 7pm Several however that there .' REP. :G NE'SHAW'
\\li'i: to express, our sincere and children: visited hi par bids are due to Is a possibility -= J
funks: to Rev'. Fainahy: Jones sympathy during the lois of my TEACHERS IN ACCIDENT ents. Mr and Mis. A. G. Pope, be opened: on Nor: 5, but Chairman \ of starting a new class In
husband, Mis. Patricia! G Nor Foui: Hampton Elementaryschool
Ail Mich inteistd
Wiggins said:! the J peisoi": I may
Funeral Home: Tie Kopelousoi: : in Eau Gallic last week,

family!! ,.. American Legion Post man. By"","Mrs. D... E. HillCARNIVAL injury teacheis Thursday escaped morning: serious last Mr. and Mrs. James Bioome: : meeting will probably: be brief phone contact 9648150.Persons the Vocational. Center: ,.

of Gainesville were Sunday visitors
week when their car ran off
._ and who: are' not Pace officers
01 of her parents. Mi.
the highway Just west of Waldoto but intend ti
enter thtUeld
NETS $449 Mrs. Dan JshnsonMr : ley, S. C. -
avoid another stalled"
JACKSONVILLEBusiness Approximately $449.40 was car and Mis. Clarence Hag- Mi and Mis Herman Bowel'sdo'e Ui the futue. may write u
the road In the early
across
letter of Intent to the Vocational
taken In at Hampton Elementary fog an and !eons! were visiting in to Daytc,la Beach Sunday :
PTA Hallowe'en Carnival morning Melrcse Sunday t la attend a Farm Bureau '
Mrs. Enid Corb'n! was driving, Staik-
Saturday evening, which was with Mrs. Cheryl Elleibe. Mis. Mil. Harry Laseti underwent : Monday and Tuesday
termed all Mr B::>wel'S' father :of WI:1t"I'i
DirectoryAuto a success by con- Nancy Bell. and Mis Anderson surgery: Thursday of last TYPEWRITERS: Manual 01
cerned. Mis. Janice Haven Is staying with: the ,hll-
Hall. carn- an intern as pasengeis. All week in: Alachau General Hospital Electric. For sale or rent. -
vial chairman, said that they Gainesville dui: in Ilii'li parents'ab.encc,
live in Gainesville and were Bradford County Telegraph.
expected to clear nearly $400 driving to Hampton to schoolIn Mrs Douglas Hardy of Little
when all expenses were paId. Lake Santa Fe was taken to
Thursday morning's heavy LEGAL FORMS. Bradford
Sales and Service -
MOTORCYCLES Five winners! were picked in Bradford County: Hospital last
tag, Mrs. Corb'n! drove: into the Florida's Finest and Second County Telegraph. Ph.
the costume judging as a '- week with! heart attack. She
parade a
Parrish MotorsSALES ditch to the: right of the! high Fastest Growing Coun 9646305.
including witches, princesses stalled was able to be discharged Sat-
when the the
HONDA way saw ty Needs a Small Claims
skeleton a robot, fat man. urday. -
The fourteachers
her
car blocking path.
Indians, tramps) and "what-are. left the car In Waldoat :: Mr. and Mrs Ralph Halbeit. Court to Keep Pace With
M0NTESA theys?" circled the judges. of Arkansas the Times. Vote for hen
SERVICE past a !service! station coming: on moved last week a You Use An Andrews Charge
PARTS Reggie Brown as a hobo, won to their: classes at Hamptonwith end Into M.-s. Jessie C astaln's Change. Elect Ralph Tho- Account
MOTORS it (pYCLES CO. the ugliest Robin Wadsworth, former home which!
; Tlschler. they recently mas Your Small Claims
Mrs. Nancy another Your
See Honda' Hot 330! a witch, the scariest; Shelly: purchased from her. Prescription Tax Recordsare
teacher, Judge of
drivingnot
Hampton: Clay
County
Always Good Used Can '4949 BlandlDK Blvd. Raley, an Indian, cutest, John : far behind J. W. Horn spent last week Kept For You By Us

921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 Phone 171-8244 Mener as an Indlan-on-a-horse, JOE ALLEN IN WRECKJoe with relatives in St. George, Pd Pol. Ad by Ralph L. Andrews Drugs

MOTORS: & OYCLE- the most original Beverly S. Thomas
BEAUTY ACADEMY Allen of Jacksonville, son C.Mr. Rep
4949 Branding Blvd. 771-8244 Meng a mermaid the piettlest. of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allenof and Mrj. Lynn Hall, and For Fast Delivery Dial 064-7170

American Hamptcn, was hospitalized their gii sts. Mr and MI'!. R.
A rummage will be held :on a afteran O. Copeland of Lake Park, Ga.,
MUSIC Saturday soon, Mrs. Hall said Saturday evening, Oct. 19 returned ............
Hairstyling accident with: a sem-tiuck : Wednesday: from seveial .......... ID
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to sell items 'mostly clothing) on Interstate 10. days' visit In Peirine with ..........

Academy Paulus Music Co. left from the country st:>I'e. Mr Allen and his two: daughters I the Dai'i''!11 Bur'kharts.: Mr. and .

21 W. Monroe 355-9591 She expressed appreciation to were on their! way to Mis Buikhat: are the son-in- .
all who had a part in the carnival law and daughter of the Halls.
e. T
Band A: String Tnctrumant Hampton to visit! his parents irxltps! Tfenccftcse .
Riverside those who worked on Visiting hen with tti and
when the accident occurred He
01".on Guitar & Amplifier booths, rides, and food, those Mrs Dewey McClellan and Mr -- JI .
received head and neck injurIes \\I
Hairstyling School Supple*-Instructions who gave donations the people and was impioving but and Mrs Hemy McClellan and 0 e
> Robert Recorder who planned far the event, and their families are Mr and Mis. sl._
Academy still in the inter3ive-cae: unit .
Music Llbrary--ExpwoM especially Mrs, Ruth: Meng and of last weekend.. William Rose: cousins, of EasDon't ) i
2859 Park FIt, 388-8537 the hospital 0'J
Modern Styling Repair Department The older of their daughteis.Beth .
41 W. Monroe .
895-8447 .
the hOSe .
Qualified Instructors was admitted to

Accredited VA Aoproved pital for her injuries, and was .

Dav or Night Classes IANOS released, and the younger Be S .
daughter. Ros-ann.! escaped

Fo'.*..rTRJr. MOTORS!'; Injuiy. Mrs. Allen's mother DECEIVED 0S

FOR MUSICAL ADVICEC. from New York Is staying lit .

PP.A,1fy Brothers CARTER NICE Jacksonville with: her. while By Advertised Prices .
her son-in-law is In the hospital: e
Electric Total cost of contract II
Co. .
Waldo Community School! what Get .
rn AV you actually par.
KLFCTRIC MOTORS v asCII: PTA Carnival is being held t today : 1 the ''REAL FACTS before .

/RntdRervicedRepnlrdGenerators D4ro1 Di ''Thursday: ), featuring"! a you sign Our payment are .

Starters IQQ spaghetti supper from 5.7 p.m, from $8 to 91A per month
Armature Rewinding A variety of boot** will be j lees with UM same down .

4044 Lenox 387-2328 a... open, a costume parade, and a payment and number of .

month to pay. 5 per cent .0A
MATERNTY WEAR"Jacksonville' z bank financing. No hidden .

charge Ten top mamifao- .


KIMBALL Roosevelt Mall"SWINGER"ORGANS-388-8519 STARKE wen represented.LOW .. I


:t BUSINESS OVERHEAD : Ie) ;Gt.w;:, .


% \ SEWING CENTER "You representative need a consumer on DIRECTORY Doe It! : going to fly this kite as high as the dividends .: I

H. & N.
the Public Service The Owners -

Most Complete SEWING CENTER Commission. I stand AUTO SERVICE Dad and Brad- at First Federal. : I

Shop for Mother-to-Be for top quality utility Drive The Trucks. .
service at reasonable
JUDY'S Consol model makes fancy designs rates. My experience Gilbert S. Brown ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY .

MATERNALANE dtltchea, monograms, overcasts Includes public serviceas .

sews on buttons make State Representative, Standard Oil Service Station 8 10 12 W1DES

1007 Park: St. button holes and blind atitche County Commissioner ATLAS I IVi BATHS
355-5015
No attachments .Demoostra- & School Board member. TIRES BATTERIES AND EXPENDABLES! & Savings and .Jlr.l
MOTORCYCLES tors S48 or $6 per mo. Call Jax Budget Terms Road Service LoanL
771-1850: I need your vote and PIIONE 94-7971 :

Triumph WESTERN STORE consumer support to voice.be your" 407 N. Temple Starke LAKE GENEVA! .

or STARK :

JacksonvilleYAMAHA LITTLE DUDE HURST'SSHELL MOBILE HOME 96.-5000

4 .

TRIUMPH Western Store SALESOne ,
lOce To 650ce Service Station m

Sales Part Service Western CJothlnfc Leather- mile S.E. Keystone

Used Motorcycle In Stock good, Saddle!! and Trailer Goodyear Ga Oil Tire- Lubrication* Batteries Heights: on Roftte 100. il ARE .YOU SAVE DOES MAKE A .

1228 Phillip Hwy. U. S. 1 8. Charles A: Sharon Petty ROAD SERVICE OPEN SUNDAYS -

Jacksonville 359-7245 Ot a, Edcewood SM-U1 301 and 100 Stark Phone 473-4320 !
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..THCRSDAV. OCT. 31, '1968 THE BRADFORD COUNTY>> TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA .
PAGE SEVEN.., ,
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BEVLAII BAPTIST CHURCH' ;)1 't '
lla, HOMECOMING: Men's Fellowship I'
:
GAINESVILLE Elect
the
Man Who Will
Bsula'i Baptist! Church! on (3
CountwlU Meets At LawteyThe Sen.e All the People of ()
I Highway: 21 13: Clay I
Homecoming: !: Clay County. Vote for
!have its annual : : ,
on Sundrv Nov. 10. J. E, New- United Men's Fellowship of the Ralph Thomas as Judge of ..
Methodist Church of
Business DirectoryAUTO ton a fcrmsr pastor, will speakat Lawtey met Monday night at the Small Claims Court of I
the morning:: : service. D.nner: : the Church. Orvllle Bumgarner Clay County.
will be served at 1 p,m. Singing -
of Green Cove
Springs a former
SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES in the art :'noon., Former resident, was guest speaker Pd. Pol. Ad by Ralph L
I' pastors: members and all .
BRASINGTON Johnson& Faris, Inc. friends: : In\t:ted.-E. L. Taggart, after Refreshments the meeting. were served Thomas Rep. .

OLDSMOBILE Complete Line of pastor.
SALES SERVICE I SEEDS PLANTS ,,''k
Fine Selection of Used Can Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS \ ,af!
,,
Taken On Cadillac Trades '
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 "We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"
CRANE 221 N. W. 8th Ph. 372-0476 Couples Invited For Fun

:MEN'S WEAR

Authorized..INCOLNMERCURY Sales A. Service STAG 'N DRAG At New Square Dance Class ,
2201 N Main- Ph. 372-4373 .
Stanley Blacker CoatsArrow
Crane Dress Shirts \, ', ',
ImportsVolvo
Puritan Sweaters
MO Austin:: Heiley 4/ Peters Jackets Western: -style square: dancing ing somstimei: see,i on televl kind of dancing: -:in fait he \v.l
606 E, University, Gainesville Ladles Sportswear Is being: brought to Starke by ion r.or with! the: old-fashlcne',; conduct the dance as :a t nobocb:
Phone 372-4251 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY the Parks and: Recreation Department fiddle and lug country: sha: had ever danced: before PIGSKINOR
and GAISES'lLLEIALL: and all adults are digs.The Enthusiastic: oets: pate[
BEAUTY ACADEMY: :ratted ID: join in the fun at the! wstel'sQul'e: dancl-i. tial of the 'It'\\' ac-.v.ty.:: : Ra.i
:MOBILE HOMES Pratt Street Recreation: : Center that will: be taught: !here: is Ih,* burn says: 'Gat!:.ei' up ell you,'
POWELL'S starting! Monday: No4, from kind: enjoyed by organized fi:lends. ntg.ibor: and ;relatives
MUSTANG 7:30: to 10 pm. square danc clubs throughput and: Join: everybody el-e
Beauty Academy Mobile Homes, Inc.GalnuvWe's Ray Cunningham, well known Florida:: the; U. S. and In m'w and the people: t'icy brauu, POCKETBOOK "
square dace: caller and l-struc.: of the world Rayourn J potntvl: with: t them at the: Pratt: Stree:
Profession In Your Discount Mobile
Learn a
tor has been: engaged to teachan out. Recieatic.i Ct,:te.at 7-3n: p.m:
Spare Thule Pull\: or Part Time Home Sales Lot. introductory class and "Have you noticed how! : littlrwe :Monday.:: :Nov-::: a, fir ay.\ oi
219 N.W 10th 378-2763 NEW MOON CAPELLA watcJv.n! "'
weekly! progressive: dances will get away from : fun "
Down Of all the to be sure of "scoring, of
As Low as $100 ways
,
what other do'ig ortelevision
cont :sue each! Monday night psople: are For additional Intamatijn:
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC 4820 X. W. 13th 378-1346 following: the irstructlon. so : and how little w* ei. contact Mr 1: Ra\ouin Bix lUi H. achieving "goals" in this life-such as a
PAINT and GLASSLIDDELL that couples: may eventually gage In activities: that! we" mlt Starke: or phone: : 081-x792.! special trip, higher education, new car or
farm: their own Square: Dancing: partcpate: : In ouushes' Rat home-probably the surest is to
way opena
burn asksd. "Worst: of all whet
Motor Repair Co.Of PAINT Club.In announcing: t the nw act:, we do decide: t to get out :of: di Want clean heat? Savings Account here right now! We'll keepit
Gainesville Inc. & GLASS CO. \.t)', Gene Ravburi. Parks and house\ do we !include: our tensor growing with interest, as earned. You keep
Repairing Rewinding Glass_ :Mirrors Sliding door- Recreation: supeilnte.ident.: sad: husbands in: our activity! it growing with deposits every month or
New and Used Tub Enclosures Shower Doors that square danc'ng Is one of Many: of us do: something! : :
Windows t tft! :! most wholesome forms of the boys:: while our wives: lot payday.
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 Furniture Tops There
aSTANDARD
Windows Awning fun for active: married couple- the other! girls for a separate Start saving here NOW!
INDUSTRIAL 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191_ and is: often referred: toa/ activity."
FARM and friendship! set to music If' In his! instruction! Cunr.v: \ answer
EQUIPMENT SEWING MACHINESNational pointed; out fiat! :it should! note ham emphasizes: that couple
confused with the "fane : need no prior knowledge of
Santa Fe Tractor Sewing footwork: demonstration: tlan: square daiclng.! or a:iy ;at'u:

FORDFarm Machine Co., Inc. Chevron Heating Fuels burn
BIG PENS. Ball Point Re- clean and pack a lot >f heat
Pfaff New Home Nelco Elks To Welcome
Tractors & Implements Used and RepossessedSales fills. Bradford County Tele mu. a few oen es!' FLORIDA
USED MACHINERY graph. I
District Officer
SALES PART SERVICE Repairs All Makes STANDARD ..

44AA N.W6th -376-2548 611W" University3781355..&ooooe oooeae e4 Next Monday _' ',.,:.''BA'; ,:} Ii:,N"K' ,'A"1 ",!;,pI I, :, ('S" \'T'A':' ,'R"'j'K", :''E: ., __ .- :I

.TL change to MIXOM will: Abe Sliashy, District DeputyGjaad ; : .ill Your Standard OilMAN
Exalted:! Raler: Florida:: IN STARKE
Northeast: District Bn3volntit G. DUNCAN Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
f\71 Stop forced busing of school children and FT/I::: Restore law and order and give us an Attor- Protective Order of Elks, K. 964-5132 One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
school lijj General who will enforce the laws against
local
I J return education policies to ney will make his official visit to the ,
boards-Nixon quote from Charlotte, N, C., organized crime,filth peddlers and anarchists. Starke Lodge at 8 p. m. :Mon standardOi: Company" lie i cKy
OBSERVER, Sept. 13, 1968: "I look with day Nov 4.Sha .
great concern whenever I see federal agencies fT7\\ Result in Supreme Court appointees who re- or courts trying to become local school | J spect the Constitution rather than rewrite it., Jacksonville. Gainesville. Ocala,
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Lake City. St. Augustine Pilatka. eeee
boards There has been too much of a .ee.
tendency for both our courts and our federal Return truth to government and end the Green Cove Springs! and
agencies to use the whole program of school l l credibility gap Staike.: A large delegation of
visitin Elks is expected! to:: at e
integration for which have very
purposes tend this of'I cia I visit! mtlnj. !
little to do with education and which do not C7I End bankrupt spending, high living costs and 0ATTENTiON
l/Nl Supper!: will be served at 7
burden.
serve a very useful purpose. new Democrat tax P. mAll- e
members of Starke Lodge e
RT71:: Bring an honorable peace abroad and restore PTT1 Restore U, S, military superiority and a firrrQaasin .N). 1802 are urged to attend!
SJ : | ptestie*. ,- .? l jJ policy on Communism.AotnWiecanSi 1

) (:,' ">JiJdfcfoihy; Bradford County'' Nixon-Asnew: Committed: [ iHOME AND k -.i -





GENE SHAWBEST n i FARM '.r ate t ; .. I






QUALIFIEDTO a I HOG _. I






SERVE YOU ,

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CITED CREDITED 0
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For Outstanding Service As With Saving the Race Track .

Freshman Legislator.1 Monies for Small Counties .: Bring Your Fresh Hams, Bacon,

Bradford County Will Receive S

$584,000 As a Result of the : Shoulders, And All Other Cuts To Us :0

ELECTED Efforts of Gene Shaw in Last


As President of the Largest ACKNOWLEDGED Session. : For Honey Sweet Or Country :.

Freshman Class Ever Elected .

Leader of the Small County C Cure And .
To the House. Hickory Smoke.

Legislators in the House.

EXPERIENCE M .

PROVEN e
Equal to Five Regular Sessions. 0t
Legislative Know-How by Passing
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DEDICATED WE ARE OPEN YEAR
the Firse Home RepairFraud t .
I I To Protecting Your Interests

Bill Ever Passed by the Has Always Voted to Protect i # ,,'\ ROUND i

Legislature. These Interests-Has Never !

I Voted Otherwise.

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8:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M. :


\\RE ELECT : SATURDAY 8:00 A.M 12:00 NOON :


GENE SHAW .:C PHONE 355-0703 .




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I _PACE_EIGHT_____ .. THE_BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH._ STARKE,_FLORIDA_ __ _THURSDAY._ OCT. i. MM_ !NT

First r-- --- Oliveira Arnold, and !\j1rJ.\ AngsHm\ Lima 1In .-MATHEWS-- T
Mr. 56 '
all.1 I .5 i> in I I. |n..I"'I"! | "i xlngrl .uth Out' lii-tilat, "" iH"lln' '
bofi living in the Azores: Mrs. v .itinti. nml vim Hr> i quired to to lbs ,'IIt: tit-r.-iif r..i"'."< | < I
Sarah De- lisrsi- n iiii" i"y .if. y,...ir ", rltli" l'l..t n,."U 1. Pn r. 1. pul'lli, \ I
Mrs.
Auction Services Are Held Gladys: Regs. ci.I'rii'| ". I If nn,'. tn It vi, .I-u-, ,...1' I t tiruitrnrit Cmnfjr. FhrWell/ DrillingI"
Sllva. and: Mrs AnisU! Fa :hs, I P'Ia AVitti 5. t'l"rk" :ami Hum J'V.
Services ':r James J. OHvstii !- oil of BJinuda and: Ms. Dora: ill .1. nir.ln.s tnI' i'ilnilff.!: VVItnmi' mv hlln' sal tlu- Heal
For Nov. wl'" ". ,n : SG; .f Hampton were I ta: be Burroughs! of Buig'iampto.t! ,.,"I'll rum): tiulldlnr.\ !1..1 < .lI (. ..:'.-r. Ill: **'
tU: at :J I p. m. this! aftsmoan New YOI'k.Intel'mE'It. I Hi !II'> .. Kim. .IIK-UH"I1'.II!!... '''i.H.f: Phone 475-5101
KI .'la: ':J.'I, sun fll.. tin- arlir'nil I I T3rI'V I "lrIc, nf the
Plist Th' ,- :daOct.\ 31. :; was in the! K.ystJI '! I with ih.. Clark! ',' th* I- r I' .lt Myers Pump
pecan !' Mi Olivjl.'a: : was prcr.sjnoeddnd : : ; :: Heights Cemstevy: under::! : djrsstion : ul," \v *"Urt "n or i Io..f'.r" S... IU. iI.sli. )f. M..' h', trliIptyChrk
sea'on is scheduled! : 1 CHURCHGOOPflRSONHGE the F'al! : ,., .. "'r :2"i 1'''IS : 'itlituMi, 1Jt1.IIIIPIETt SERVICE
]i-airival at Biadfrl: cf DsWitt C Jonas: :: tu.n It hit
Ncv 7 at the Stake may lit 'ntn'ilII. and REPAIRS
C .lnt). Hospital Monday morning Home c! Key t;n!! Heights.: .... ''lit! Mill I"r Itl" ,'..II..* ,t.-- S I r
merfc!' Market with m..nil. ''I In tho r mt>1.ttnt I t Th*
suddent
illness.
afte: a nil\ ,*rt >iu......"..1 :ntnlnut .r
doze: buyers rotirt In .* .! 'pru| > i
B:MMin Bermuda.: April;:: 22, In The Clrrlllt I. ,
,. l'fc...1'1" Florida uo.
'
fi-ii Serving
Bob Urnilffiril :
ing to Allen
Olivsiia faa-m. t or r.'n:; i*''I HI 1' T\\'' i -.
Mi .
IU2! was a \hll 'i.tl.... si' /
The auction will Since 1950Qreeltng
er and a memoer of the AsssmbU .. 1 1'n.'. .| ', ,,, ,,,.. ,,, II '/I5Ih,,p
p.m. each < For New '; .' \: "I I.I I f. 't'l
Broken Sunday of B. stheren of ths Pak ,1'..,11,":..,lll\ "I'l, M I.l''..,III,,. I ''.. ,. : :
Thanksgiving Day ut t:'" Palms at Keystcr.3 I ,0.. 1'1111.. 'I 1" \ :. *" f" SFloriJa '; :,
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K\s!\ nuts last. of God Parsonage .:. ., t : -t ..I. I '. ll'l! ". ;-. \ Service 5nc.
Hem:its. ;N..TM" ': ,i-i C Tb bolts a boy gM dint 1' .
4tiie will toe a bu Surviving are his wife Florence 'j I .. .,rL,. 'I. II ,.-".h 5J! *. S hippy' : and. uniUMlXil UA| ___..... ... .. ..
markei dally irrcnvmU's for the now parsonage of the Starke T '. ,1.. I" i '111'II t II I I 1..1' 'w- I "'IIcI"'IIcI"" ... "'IHF'" "'iIG""' ''' IJo/:
Olivi\ of Hampton, twoblother ... ,Kill'(" I ".* ,If 1 I. VII :, '
.d'I IU mini
l il were. held at .4:30: ( p. m. Sunday at the location, \ I til. C To beIp taring PMO I.
Bermudaii..1
of .
Buyers: fji fie! ,' and Bridge Slnet( Pictured with shovel, turning ; Joheph Delaware y...|.'l?i., .. I 1,11.,.-i.'Itlll'. if .1 I .1! '. 't loa U'eonb bltS. I"" a Cordially';.''
of Wllmlngtsn. -
'. : Tcny .. .
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-v bl'l..r t cpiitut-r': ." '. '" i I 10" P>.I'I i Mrs Carolyn i
niDjt: pri'onjlio' :, : (' iif dirt are Rev. C. E. :Munch of Gainesville: Dis. : six jist'isM.s.: : Estsr ," ]1. .- I I. i I 1.1, 1 .1\1... i- .' II To d0tht UM .ml of on* I U,
Eaves
who lovo the Bibl but bMB
easy commuting ; and Rev. Chester J. Stouppe.' pastor of the Starke ....a__ ____...---.....--ab-- ...., owned an Oxford WelcomesI I '.!
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Staike. some are ex : \liitlng: pastor for this occasion were Rev. William I '/I

souther i Georgia : Rocks (s<>vo-d from right) and R!v E. E. O'Neal I: Ph. 964-5812 You and Your ::II

Alabama ( ). Others present are members! of the finance and Buy and Sell Daily gz'eawii4fe 122 N. Bay"St. Family to Your 7ti

Allen bellffves that New Home '
tad.'f! and Interesld members of the congregation.'/ Starke .
Of the! pecan crop


er poor than year last i year and ..1...... 4.....r. In \,..' The State of Florida .','

looks as If there will < unlit). Ilurlilii.. PEe A N S II tmmtml ntfl arbI.! "4mn Iff'/
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| I It nl Kllllll .Ml GLASS Feel Welcome and
price this year. He t .I"I ,ll I Tour toekjtart AGe many fluIOiUSon. It la Our Desire to Make You )
It is still too ,: I'llKIMTIMt-: ) You With Your City. .
early \ i ,,l I'h. i.HI ill"i. "fI FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors .(or3ul..ttbcOa To Aquaint I
the price! will be. ," I, I ,I.. .Illl, Ill d..ascii! 1.
Last year "" II' "I' ,II I ,,,...I ".".'tilli" .'.t 81 ', .
) "Io,,ills, ..I. ,1"11I,11I1. If are new in the area, a phone
Ooo J pound cf p : ,, I ; hut' hll\'o ,a,.,,,111"1 I Q CASH PAID you
enough; the market ) Ih.. ..''fl. ..f Iii FOR EVERY PURPOSE [ visit
I '" I ..I( '1t'lf.,1, ., t.t.ti-. call will bring you a prompt
ape! of 37 cents a : : I III ,h.. ..II'.lh..II.' ...

IB:) In a total of $ .; l I ... ... "II hili. sI" SHEA'SGLASS BullingtonPhotography from local h'E ess. Please! give "
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f"" 'iii iii i.ilc : your ,
WUNWRIGHT\ PRODUCE CO.
cal R.OV The! I I 1,111.11. .III,,1 t..ii, .., tIIs.. : C

es a handl'.i'g! fee cf : : : : i Inliii. "r,, il I. "..,n.t CO. her a call! She has maps and many
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scril Inir ",1 11I".1
pouid: to the \ | I ,. .I. ..I( Xllll-lll.. II,III : PHONE 964-7126 J I
cent t to fie! .bu.er.Asked "h...HK "f tin- 'Iaill": S72-4115 J72-43S Cameras Jewelry free and wonderful gifts for you
| I IIIKttl'l II ,t" ,I., Ill] N.W. 4th Plot ; .
!tf he1 had his ."....'.". > .'I' pita, Can; ..vlll. 0 STATE FARMER'S MARKET 5nvsi Gifts from local businesses.
tlors for the :' i ll. n III I I.. """I'1 N'.101 "

.*ad! the nuts e'lould: hiss I. STARKE, FLORIDA

before they 'are' baa! I ". I I i" w.,1 I It'll"., I. ".1 li'' .....................

'I- er,, rp.-i-'P.aDi'' <. '- | '''' nf his I.MHIC: *' FOR SALE: Mcbile hams and .'
I I I. 1 l.fHIIIIIII,, 11".n.-| .
should bs sepa-ated: layer farm. 7,500 capacity, $13. ,

to tarifiy.!! He | | nI, ,." I 1..1"1', ii'tp' ) 600. Furniture: 4 rooms full. ,

the! maikt would I: ,"HI Cheap. Phone 9645096.Itp ,r

with! mixed varieties! I I i I IIIS.:: .
the .I I I FOR SALE-Quaker oil clrculat-
buyers; uuiallv :: : ,
BTU with
the be !!!:'aratecl. 111 Id 41 1ft n Inc heater 55.000
will sell tank stand and tubing. Good ,
any amount
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as new. Phsne 964-6062 Itehar! ;
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fit. brings in. Allen/ (

-- XOSE WEIGHT safely with ',.
NFW: MODU.E 1IOMK.S Ch'! '-
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T4' .- '".., '2., \.. 24', w t.. R..1.. George E. LaRueINSURANCE Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. ONLY 98e "i ,
at Mitchell Dru!?. 3tp; -11-14 '.;:1 l I
If you find your name among the Classified Ads. Ti-nn-, t Lay 'n ''* ',. I: AGENCYuti '

-I.-. I.D-I! T..t. : ,4iTRA'UFR--:\ WAITRESS WANTED apply In :;
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Homeowners
\ lire I
come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO BuIIcli..' traile.;: Y.tt: ink e at The Long l'rn Reataut
person ,
1111"I1'n'! /: ,' .tat .:p1' i .1"'. UFE'f1nF. TIi. tfchg ..| (

FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive 11\1', "l J..P.E. I >..|.nr. HrlKhl ." ..89'; rant. .

FRUIT OF IHEIQH M DIRT. JNV' 6012 B..1; :"< FOUND Male Walker hourd 'I' I
In. >i-.
Theatre Passes 'i E
JiX 77t.7t1.IMEI: : 'foil* with tatx> '.n far. Can 9G1-7876.;&
WANTED: l'SE.a.s rook I'
-- I Itehg :
,; :
tw\'e ot- electricefrUerawrs.: .
New RANCC : > \ \.t t M cl'vn.,a re-
In..nprlnp .
beds dc.1e: zeu. bedrotnetL' FOR SALE- TR4. 305:> N. Walnut p
\sslFIED. ) AI) HATES and Box Springs AT REDUCED KATESAV'I'O cun ltionJ $li up. In( 4f.r.'.l\t
: SEAMLESS NYLONS t L'. And \'chatr Pntf\ St. Phone 904-7733 Up !
i; FIRF. BOAT name brarrij! to cn
I (I' l I.. 1.1 vtnriU ____ 1.23 Drop Va A Ctanl or OaJI DOYLE E. COVMCRtvsrn Paru .Ifr ex.lene: : p'rs' aJImakta 964-:023\ : Dshmer Ht'h. WVRLITZER Sp.nrt: PUnj! : and .'*,' 'j

(Minimum l charge) PALATKA EA 0-91M .\JSTK AOENCIPUMPS 1 Kiri3 AAI. S t MEN WANTED Men coltUKpAtenlo <> bench imhoj-.iny; tMttt.: LUfnow ,'

K.wli': P word or 13 __ .07 MRS. PEGGY 8HAIXJEBim f.h" F.n'Ici12o.: ;.: \lsin. GLwP.. ace oxrr 21. Starting: 11s.h'o :I6.tr.ch fjldlnn! ".

_ I II:. A Ua* St. viie! 37 t-7110 tf.hg PI1S:'9:"i; month pr..nt'>t: AS SEEN I IONTV
Kttra charge U not Furniture Repaired : poituntitf4 and regular IncieateH 064.6602. Up (

I |1'l nJd In advance ____ ..33M Upholstered &: Refinished DID YOU-KNOW it'a easy toown in p.I)'. H lu'Ur. day :Star \

MATTRESSES REBUILTHASTINGS NEW AND" I'SEDSALESl'ARTSSERVICE ;>> a Longchnmp! !Home ( week .ick "'.ne. \ucjtlonn. FOR SALE- I9.7 Chevrolet. 4- '

N1 .. *t1RJ"l Resolution I-. ...... )>> Better oullt fur F> .r'ia' llvUlmg state: rot.rcmcnt. If lilcrptd.pleaac : door wrtan. CKvxJ nnnli: : ; condltlon. '

: Deep & Shallow Wells You: plan or ours apply in perwoii. PvrAonnelM.manor. P.i"< -d 1./lp"t'tI,1n.! Phone../ ",

ij.t) it' itt $i1 7 cents per word MATTRESS ,.. vYour lot Hi \o'h' ,"q'' Pitt'9 : Sunland Training Cen JXU-H473: Itp /
l' r' & UPHOLSTERY WORKS "ater"Uen, &( FjFxpert \\ft.t| ;::.)...fordt1t.'h: ,
(:A It IIS OF TlfANKS 710 Lemon St. t. PaJatka. Seryice Qn! ., I..1.1113. P O Boj.:{:.J8. Ptarki". FOR RENT- 'tKKin farnloed ..:t. P J

s -- All Makes I ; t.t.. .a THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY apartment Pr "'..h' entrai.ce.: : "; t
.4% .
60 worth] or I le;* --_- 3.00 Phone 96.1.7061DURRANCE consists\ of responsible people Adults. 221 W. I.jf.\yclte" St. Ph.t. 11

-; : PUMP t)' high mornl purpooe. concerned 9C4-6149 lIch(( J
Kjh: word a\tr SO __ .07 1
about tht* future of our rounli. -
; ,?:5i AND SUPPLY CO. JIMMY MOORE'SSUN FOR RENT P.ullv* furnished: 4 .,
.v. Education i 11:' our strategy.Truth .
SPORTS room apartment. :2! !bedroom and:
CONCRETE BLOCK w brick ve- Is:' our only weapon. In-
i FOR SALE-BRICK dOUSE large hail Ph">nc .I.6937..
npr home. 3-bedrooma, 2 baths.Lavjre qulie John Birch Society P.O.
; DREAMY STOCKINGS, I.c.ly lot occupancy ;.1 3 bed- :MOOIU: BOAT roit101R tfchg .,
f-miilv room. separate BJX' :217.! Staike. Florida 33191.ltp.L17. IiJ
CRAZY PRICE room I'll' bath. located. just MO.NKYStark ,
dinlna! room( ( and don In excellent ADO MU I"'F. SM.Fils. 't
limits: In Til. f.tll5791SERVICE .
,. outside of city t''
residential neighborhood ;
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,.IeI.". ei.oqsliie liflrr .f-
monthly
PIuebteee. Easy FOR RENT! 2 room furnished
AA1i Call !1I14-5R41 after 5:30: p. m ".ppl......._ the Trkgraph. l''
Co. .
tfchgTHK teuns. Longchamp Cst Sl'Ul.t.ikI : cottage 3 mile! South of Starke J
Bradford '' '' ''I1'&I"h.
Counln '
Contact Dlu..C MitcncU( lug *:I'I5.IO! ( ( on 301 Ph. 1164..' 81)1. tf ii.

pone 984-6853 P O. Box \cw 'l del Engines. arrh'lnc
FOR 8.M.E Rcbi:4U, Fairbanks!
: KF.TO .
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?::1ft Starke '*"+* day. F7.ERAME TVPF.WR1TKKPAPER.
every "
Morse Pump rf!. ct woiktngcondition'
:; t. Sold In2pr.packase9d o ((''Jracioux; Living Mlmto Paper. Hand ip ,
( '. office file. beautiful 9'
.- FRESH FOR RENT-2 bedroom: house Paper :Notebook tillers. -

; The Budgeteor-plain or mesh-with CiC) Town HouseU'AUTMENTS nice neighborhood. Elec Range' FOR RENT -- Tetv baby Bradford County Telegraph.ED drcMini! table with chintz: t

.. and Gas Hrntej' Phone! 9 4.58i) apron fine aetlfees. William-
the nude nude heel. Only Fruit of the .. : ltf beds! e'.ectrlc gutta and am- fl
VEGETABLES WAINWHIWITACJKNCY ; burg Va.\ lawn mower steel
Loom gives you fine fashion nylons I rll or RrntK'umlshed pl.fleri. refr'.gr:.: "tor!' by Any.werk l ; kitchen cabinets! kitchen heavy
at this fobutoua price. month. PUon 9tf4-)
i CHECKING STATION operators or
enameled
einks, steel and.:! enamel '
..r I'nfurnlshed wanted at Camp Standing. Ph. 7923. Dahmef.t tchgA. For All Your deep freeze wd! Ice cream :

: STUMP'SDepartment 4-5330: betweEn 8 a. m. and Insurance NeedsSpecializing !' wells fine genuine wicker furniture 'I j

; I Uurflrdlitchell: DailyWMI 5pm. 2tchg-10-31 J. Th..ma Realtor GetcralReal In hundred other articles,
Phones E.s'iri .tiul Apprni-:
:Mobile Home Innurance houeshold !goods. sacrifIce
Store FOR RENT; Attractively furnished for Es'nte C.> irationn and
!IIj'-IiH5J; : 9B4-B7HO : : rp>
Ph. Starke 1 6I-6HI8> prices. Rt. I. Box 361. KiiK! lpy!' I I
2 bedroom hcuee. Coupl Indi\Jti.il: : Owners. :3o Years' Experience
Lake. Starke. Fla. iH' 'v. 16-
or coupl; with! infant. Gladys in Florida! Land Maitei -
NO nut I OVERSIZED } ---- 16A >I. Phone 533-2381 Itchg
HOME
: Harrlnelon. liD :20,'. ;N Temple Ave. TelP645701 .
tare lot BO x 400( 4 bedroom. ( ; :
: TF Chg Now OpenFor PLUMBING REPAIRS Call
2 bath. Family room, 17 X 38. FOR RENT-Large 2 bedroom
7K Resse! Thomas 407 Center St..
/ 22-20 ft.
sq Many extras. Only furnished uplex: apartment Business
19.500 and FHA approvedNO. Y'$ Carport and laundry room Ren- SEWING MACHINE Cloal.ed.oiled Starke. Phone 964-7667. if no

68TRUCK FARM39 ; :! and adjusted In your answer 9645637. Stchg-11-28
,." ner A:;>ts.. 633 McMahon 964-
acres tobacco allotment. barn _. r 6279. tfchg home' S3.no. Val'uunc1eanf'r' re-" The Turntable
AT FIRESTONEAre ._ CERALDIXE>meo on h"1\M'-'
tent rd. seveial Pecan and fruit pars also All work guaranteed.
I had the
car; : f.xod;: nt Fire
tree.. Well for Irrigation. 2 FOR RENT-Furnished: t apartment Dennis: E. Cogglns, Phone 431-
MEN WANTED Laundry Record stone-front end alUned and 2
home 4 and bath. Utili- Shop
/ and owner reserved life rooms 142B tfchg
Kltcher. aids, labor- front t tire balanced !
workers or only
estate In ties furnished. Phone 9646852.
one home. 913,500. 1-3
You a Wise Or a down. ers cottage parents watchman tf SEVERAL ROOD USED Adding 888. Now :t ride! ,, and drives: -

Sirout cooks and rleiks. ground- Machines for sale ele* the way you like It. Everyone \
Realty 2117 N. TempleAve. _
'iJMMi' 9646609.TRAILER keeper truck driver Five FOR SALE-3 bedroom. 1 bath. tries: subtraction credit bal- 1117 W. CALL ST. should\ go there. Mis.. >'ou-Jim ..

\Weary Shopper? day week eight hour day. concrete block house.: Lara! cor- AnC'.'. Bradford County Telegraph STVKKE, FLA.
FOR RENT--2 bedroom
LOTS State retirement, vacations ner I lt. Located 1027 Butler Rd. tfWANTED PHONE 961.5117 furnWi -
sick leave. If Interested please ill.500. Ph. 964-5887. 8t-12-12 C"C1 l :apartment. :202! BroadwayN. ( I

Wise Shoppers Shop Early .. Weary LAKE ACCESS apply in person Personnel USED WRINGER -- Phone 904-7120( lip :

MIMEO STENCILS. And Ink. washer: Will pay cash or takeIn
Shoppers Are Last Minute Shoppers.Use $1 I;;! Down $15 :Month. Manager. Oalnesville.Sunland TrainIng Fla. Duplicating machines and trade on anything! Dahmersn'ronnt SECRETARY WANTED-Full FOR 8ALE-1 row pull type I

Lake Lois! $2500 Up Center tfchg luppllet. Bradford County House. tchu time: typing necessary. Apply. com picker ready to (to: 7' due ,

Investment PropertiesS. -_ Teterrapl<< Oilman Paper Co.. St. idary's.Kraft harrow"" 3 pt.; 2-10" bottom plow: 1

Our ConvenientShop RENTALS NEEDED Furnished DRESSMAKING Alterations Dlv., !MaxvlUejFla. Phone power corn ,..:heller: 2 wheel i 1

E. McKAY or unfurnished. Strout REWARD Leading ta recovery! and all types sewing In my 289-2911 for appointment. trailer: 8' x 10', 28" grain sides. I I

Realty. 2117 N. Temple Ave., 4' x 8' painted sign from Hy home. 2 miles South on Hwy. tfchg/ : Large electric refrigerator.ernes (

Realtor-Appraiser StArke. Fla. _iflO4i' !64- 6oq. 301 between Waldo. Starke. adv. 100. Phone 964-5348. Archie and top freezer. Westinghouoe: :

Keystone Hts. .1 t73-481fi antiques. No questions asked. !Mildred: Boilingsorth.Stchg! SACRIFICE: I bedroom fur front load washer. Vacuum

THANK YOU NOTESBeau!: Brown. Rt. 1. Box 361. Kings- -11-28 nished house on CORNER cleater. Aleo :58> acre farm with

FOR SALE-Nice 2 B. R. C. BU tlfully engraved' In gold or ley Lak?.. Phor.e ACRE 'near Wadoi, 18 miles Improvements: Logan 1.4 mile

Imp top; condition quiet silver. $1.23 for box: of 25. Including 5332381.Itch? TWO BEDROOM house\ for rent. from Gainesville. New Pump. No South Waldo U. 8. 301. Itp

nf' :::'I101'hood.! Large lot terms. envelopes. Bradford 417! S. Cherry.! Phone 9645042.tfohK: bath. Fenced. 2.000 cash. Call ---.----

\vhile selections are ood. Gifts for all ages. LARGE Like new modern home. County Telegraph tf HELP WANTED: Aides far: ser. 468-142: for appointment. GASOLINE ATTENDANT-With

So why not make it a t date. Come to Firestone :3 J hr: 2 bath!!. lamlly room car- ROOM: RENT free for light vice center In Bradford County LARGE 4 ROOM: upstair apt. 2tp 10-31 other I light duties. All fringe
PJI-I Nice" CUBB benefits Vacation with For
Mail application to
neighborhood. pay.
this weekend .. make your selections from the $40000 maintenance work. Underwood Adults:! only. Mrs. W. B. Mundy. FQR SALE
""m-n Economic Agency. Inc., P. O. personal appointment call 7823657 -
moat complete toy and sift Dept. in the Starke BUY SELL TRADE Motel Ph. 964,698S. tfchg Drawer 970. Starke. Application: 964-5051. 2t-10-31 Out of Town Lots suitable forhouse after p. m. Itch!

area. We willw rap free your selections if re Bill Powell forms may be obtained at FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfur- trailer or modern homes
FOR SALE rent Frame 3
or Lots of trees. Price $850.00.A : FOR SALE-1965 Honda 8-M.
quested. Real Estate room house furnished 3 room CUBB Office Old Agricultural nlsl-.Jd: concrete block house on mercantile building
nice brick Low mileage !
mechanically
Call Bid THIS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY per-
964-6464 Clark Street. Call 964-5821.
house Market Road. Phone
on suitable for a variety of uses. fect. Sacrifice at $150 cash.. Ph.
NEW Hill! Powell Real Estate EMPOYER. tfchg!
68 CHRISTMAS ALBUM In the Starke Plaza M4-74BQ Itp Itchg For sale or rent. 964-5087._4t-H-21

WANTED-Lady to live In with
MALE HELP WANTED Three bed frame house FOR SALE-Deer and
room Hounds
ONLY No $7.00 FRONT END REPAIR out of town with modern conveniences Buck Skin ''Mare. See Jack Hall.
Starke. One acre lot. 4 room and manager of dress sbc!;!. No experIence M-ma: Priest. 9647254.
WHEEL ALIGNMENT and large lot. Price $6,- 1231 Butler Rd. Starke. lip
bath bun,*low-Ye l Only $2.. cecessary.; Call or 2tehg-10-31
ONE PER CUSTOIERFIRESTONE: 000.00 with terms.
Excellent for
!POO. opportunity
write Mr. Obara Box: 188 Lake AMBITIOUS LADY
1 No. 3IINO BUILDINGS experienced man in ourservice Butler 496-6201. Itchg SALE-Mobile Home. Four wanted -
<12
need. Own dress
bedrooms with screened in Let's discuss your realty your own shop-be

beattlful fertile: bldg. sites though) 169 !' station. Full company FOR RENT-Furnished one and prch. Private lot with accessto We may be able to help you. W. part of a fut growing large

acres: 70 under plow. benefits good starting certainly will try. company. Small Investment re-
B5-70 improved two bedroom apartments. Also laks. and rear! school. Ky-
Stock pasture Est. salary. Gainesville, attactln 2 bdrcom cottage. stone Heights. Call 473-4023 or A. J. Thomas. Realtor. quired. Phone or write to C. I I
Cap 100
hole. Beauty: buy head.for beef 3 water$37. Fla. area. Mail replies to Reasonable rent W. H. Ncllman 4739615. Itchg Tel. 964-5701 Obara, 496-6201. Box 188, LakeButler.

A & A SUPPLY, INC. 500. U dn.STROUT S" 'Drawer A, Starke. Fla.n Starke. tfchg EZtRASEPAPtrf.: I'Y1"EWRtTEa. ADD MACHINE ROlLS, 14dJe

312 W. Madison St. Starke REALTY. 2117 N. \ equal opportunity em- HEATER CLEANING: 10 years Mloteo Paper. Bond File Folder, complete fins office BIC PENS. Ball Point zafin. -

Temple Ave.. Starke. Fla. iloyer. 2tchg-10-31 experience Contact Lloyd Al- rtper. Motel jok l'UIe.- suppU fc- The Tefegrm** ].. Bradford County Trie-

964-6609 1 len 964-5047. 3tp-10-31 iradfori: Conner Telegrmph. Ph 9<&-<3t5. I



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OCT. II, MM TRK BMAItrOBD COtTNTT TKUKOKAPH.!: STAHKE.: FLORIDA PACE NINE






f IA Day In Court Injuries Cripple TornadoesAlthough



Perry beat Live Oak
27-0 and the Tornadoes edged "Continued f-'om Page Five
Red
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By Linda Staab i! and his lce-: revoked for !K) and hope you will seriously examine t Live Oak 1612. Live Oak had nadoet. they ray should be in Baby Big
The accused\ are sitting quietly .,! days bdl'l"inll while: under this matter.." ( both cornerbacks and their top better psychological conditionthis
:.Yohie" well-dressed, many the (Influence of alchol. An elderly, white-haired man running back William Morrell week, although weakened Wins Second
uon-descrlpt. sonCllt fd In Thirty-two others stand before In patched! and: torn clothes: Injured for the Perry game. physically.:

poverty. S:>I1eare rubbing \\' thands" the! Judge betw-n 9 a.m. ws up. He pleads guilty to Of the Palatka effort Coach "I I'on't want to take anything Over Jackets
on their clothes, otters and nocn.: One woman pleads operating a vehicle without! a ) 4 Hurse says his gridders were"just at all away from Palat
-Un tenslon-t2! : ned Builty to bad that !hs did flat" '
: writing a check and after
: g license: says : letting "up" ka," Coach Hurse says, "But Edging st Augustine's! JV
annrlce3( and Mine: just sit but anti says ne dirt it "to buy have a license! but it expired! for two tough! contests against we played very poor football." squad 6-0 the Baby Toe lsdoes
all are 'lllting-t: hear their arccerles.." 5:te Is fined $30 and and he couldn't pass the test Live Oak and Bolles. The Tor The Head Tornado pointed out of Bradford High won t'.ielr:
to make t that Is ordered to make the check: eyeilght.:
names.\ celled: because of his
Bill
fiat Adams second
safety men game of the season!
wlk\ 'Wp1 to; the judge's:! !beach:: : to: noort. He explains I that someone
4 Draw Gene MelvIn, and BUI Belote against four; losses.Quarterback ,
''mak* ttielr: pleat,< to hear their Another woman plead guilty gave him his old car but that! WINS TRIP TO OLYMPICSMr. each were In on 11 tackles Dean Johns! returning -
sentences.; I to: driving without: : a valid 11Cfise \- the only: time tie drove it was against! Pall'tka. after a three! week layoff

It&.PieR Day a masthlyeven : aid Is sentenced to $23 to \pick= up a friend when no- and Mr: Arthur Vf Brock of Starke were among the 700 "When your safetvmen have with a broken: finger: connected :
Bi lord 'County. Thir! or three days in Jail. available to drive. He Prison
In Judge body
ad was
). ew.i>le vlilllnn Mexico end the 1968 Olympslc; Games last week to windup as the leading tacklers for the; score :on: a flood
I ty-five; people this Tuesday Yawn explain''*" that tie reason sass that other people drive
aa .runt of the AUolltt-Fcrd PAra Division of Ford Motor Co.Mr. on the: football team itdoesn't pass to Bryant Turner: who
far COUltY'PI'O.CUtOI' for the stiff I is fiat shed and to the store. "
waiting penalty him church
1II:1I1):: ) nfl are: b made
well for
speak your de a nice grab for the touchdown -
Gene Shaw to call d not get a valid license although Judge Yawn teals! him! he is a Brock, of Terwlllgnr Motor, wan a winner In the nationwide Terms fence," Hurse points out "It ,

t'lent. forward to stand before I tie ticket was iiued deadly'!! menace behind! the sake contest. conducted by tltv division.Housing shows the defensive line wasn't The: Tornadoes almost: had

County Judge TeL'oYawn.! : over a month ago. She asks fora wheel of a car and that he getting the job done" another TD but the ball slipped!
hl' I1';the charges: agat! t'.iem.iiuikijt : : little time to pay the! file: should! go to a doctor: aid get Four pel'llonslVe sentenced The Tornado defensive ends through the: hands of Wayne

their explanations, te- Prsjecmcr: S'law questions her some glaises. The fine Is S23 to terms in Florida State Prison and cornet-backs "just didn't do Bennett In the endzone after he
ceive t ( their! punishment, quiet' and then helps her answer or five days and the Judge by Circuit: Judge 0, L, Pat. the: Job" BHS coaches say. had gotten behind! St. Augus
CI\! : '.' es range from: flj'iinstviit'vHU the Judge's questions She warns "If you: are ever convicted SurveySet ten after pleading guilty to Coach Hurse also noted thatC..al.lt's tine's secondary
llcer.se. to minor !at divorced, has Job and two in this court again! it'll
; a : no: felonies.!'!! Smith's absence from The Tornadoes: :! play Live' Oak
tinilic! violations: t to; major viol. : children ages 10 and 12. be straight jail time" Irma L. Allen 30. Starke was the Big Red forewall was "cer In a road game next Thursday
.\'lj.J! '.,to psiiessing: : moans'iln: "Your sentence: Is suspended :Most speedsters: receive! $23 or sentenced to serve six monthsto tartly! demoralizing and disastrous "We expect a much better
equipment. until! Nov. 26, the next Plea three!' days, or S3S or five days By CUBB 12 years after pleading guilty to our defense" game than: we had winning! :
Tht"'PI'b fculol' explain the Day and you had better havea although those who: were clocked to manslaughter.: She had been Mlddleguard Willie Cohens and against St Augustine," Coach
cl!'f' .:*,* to the! acci'sed. asks !ifihervt Florida: driven license" over 80 MPH received' stiffer charged with murdering. her! end Tom Marks wound up as George: Loper n 's.
'*i to plead guilty:! or not Judge Yawn *ay. sentences and: the Judge warned Robert Fountain deputY di- to:: dive: the C&A money according husband FI'ankllAll'n.: on the leading tacklers in the Pa
guilty\: they all
game
extenuating A sailor:!: pleads not guilty to law that he could sentence them Bradford Baker'' Economic Bradford County: Economic: ; were
anrtjii'xplaii: : any : county jail until: she was sentenced made five
yards from: the line
circainutances 'to t the: J.idjsT'fjse driving with: an expired dL'lnL'IIcrHe to 6 months In jail and a S300 Aecv.111: be in the! four- A"ncyth: cie modification! last week. of Cross Country
scrimmage Hurse
said Co.
not guilty:! : but admits that !te'as fine: a private Under Bradford's: plan, the
who: plead county area tett'ng up Sentenced to two five year hens had :nine Individual tackles
the docket fr u driving: 93 miles per >.our: In a When a traffic violator says to conducta : moneyU: be divided on a
xvlllfib ':ut en: con-profit group terms, to run concurrently was and tour assists while: Marks Places SecondBradford
tr:I't by jury. 63 MPH zone. He explains "My hs! only excuse Is carelessness, housing! survey: in the area. percentage basis using:: the percentage James Benjamin Klght.! Starke had eUht individual and threea
Jude.MYawu; asky! their pUa.pvonoMnces \ license! has expiied! but accord. the: Judge says," what! difference At the CUBB Board of Directors of poor in each!! : county: According to Deputy Sher'ff' '31st', Linebacker! Ralph! Morgan
tlw-ni guilty'! or: not: tag to: the service I'm supposed : would it mak to: you If meeting Tuesday night: Executive as the determining: point.: Dolph Reddish, on Sept. 16. was in 19 tackles, High's cross: country
seven
guilty questltr.rs:: them, studies: to be able"" to drive on it until you were killed by someone; : who DIectoW: p, Htney: Bradford's original plan called Kight broke into an E, Call Individuals and 12 assists the team placed second; to Fletcher:
th!:!' casts ari: h, accutsi.:! :! and:! : I get out. misinformedyou. was driving! too: fait because' he! said Fountain: : woo is attendinga for Clay County receiving! 39 Street! building: owned by Ben most of any Tornado.: a-d J beat Bishop Kenny in one

.",'wrl111.a colls" over a State "Somebody's": :: wa'j careless or if he was driving housing program school in per cent: of te moriy. $16.003 Suslow and stole Army Surplus of their--- mast successful n..e.".v.-fi--
Trooper: ov a dtpUI"Ientrf to the Judge sa 's. too: fan because he wanted Washington.; : D. C, telephonedand 'iciown! from 519,500 last year>: items such as watches, rings minces of the' season: Saturday
set 1detal'd accounting: of As for the speeding!: Judge to." : said he thought he could: Bradford County. 30 per cent ,and cigarette lighters ASCS County Fletcher led with 13 points: : ,
Yawn lectures.: "Is your: dsireto : Three: people; did not anjtuer : Program DevelopmentGrant : 512. OO ''up from $8.500' ; Union! the Tornadoes
the: rii>e.SiltifKt a get a ; He plead guilty to breaking !:ad 63 and Stall-
penalties! ate handed get to Jacksonville: quickly the summons to appear In of $30,000 to: $40.000 to County 12 Eecelt: S4.900 idown and: entering with intent to Office CitedBradford op Kenny had 63.
down! cs two teenage' toys; wSo: W01'l1the risk: of killing! some- court and warrants: for their!: conduct this survey. from: $6.500i' and Baker County commit petty larceny. At the Ricky: FI'lck'U the! top Brad:
plead guilty: : to wilful Rood wanton one? 4Jtople who :lave no greater thisshouldn't arrest were drawn up. Thirtyegat Survey will Indicate! housing 19 per; cent. $7.800 ''up from time of t the crime. Klght! was County's ASC3 Office ford: performer: placing seventh

r-ckle>s diivinn: and fleeing! regard for others" Dan: : people: forfeited their! needs in the! four-cOunty area S6.500". on probation. His parole was re. has been awarded a citation Otter: BHS runners: In order!
cr attempting to: evade: \plle= :::(f- : be driving bonds ,'analnlfl'om\ $12.30 to and from: that point: a programwill : Unethe! modified plan adopted voked and the! second five year as the outstanding: County of their finish: were Allen Patz.
fleers and to: a man: who! plead:! The sailor is sentenced: to $200. be written' to envelop a by the Board Bradfordand term added. Office In its class In the State Larry Green Leonard: Garrett

guilty!! to driving: while a idev three: days in the! county Jail low-income housing: : program: Baker Counties will chip After pleading! gulltv to grand in the Administration of Agricultural Reggie Flynn, Ray.LOWI')', and
tI.illflllence, of IIlco'".;)1 and\ and his !license: is suspended. Quarterback Club with: financing corr.ing: : \ from; the in equal amounts to Union: larceny, Alphonzo: V Harper Stabilization and Conservation :Mike F:>flfl,

(lri"1!: without! a vplid' : I'centi1. Another; : name is called and a Department\= : of Homing: and County to bring; it back up to 43, Jacksonville sentencedto Programs

Thj: man tccvisi: : cf cosssjin middle-aged woman: walks up. To Meet Monday Urban Development the; SB.300 it received last year. 18 months. He and: p", co-de Recognition! of the award was
mcishi::: : :: ;quimnt: : Is eket? E'e: pleads guilty to driving: Although CUBB would not receive Concerning the Neighborhood fondant Fred C Turner 'iwho Is made at t':; State' ASCS Conference My Neighbors b
ed for: a preliminary: : :hearing en- without a license and under t>) grant and would not Service Center t>* Board out on a $3,000 bond and is which! was held In Palm J
A regular meeting: of the: Tornu'l'j
lout t.i: a trial by Jury. HN !iin questioning: admits! tat she has be directly Involved in the: program ageed: to have six ce:.tars in awaiting. trial were charged Beach! October 10-11.(
Quarterback Club Is scheduled
felony offenss.! or one w'.iich: : never had one. ':' \' commentsthat : : the; Board: did! agree to I'.ie:: four-county: : area with threein with theft of six radios: from The! district fleldman. Harry '
utnatically: ca-.rs: a sentenceto she drove only: to get groceries l Monday. N.Jal 8 p.m. pay Fountain's: : expenses: up to Clay County: ''last year It had Gay's Home Appliances 333 N Fuqua, dllvred a mounted ...... \ .-...;
the !Strt- Pe:::tentaly.i: and that her situation is ::.i the field house: at. badfordHigh $130 for: a four'-day working four centers, the only ones inn Temple st 1 plaque containing! the citatUi! : I I' ,. ...... ,

St!\'! Alt-t' : C-'ttsJgs.: : :! 18. and! a tragic one. She has a 20-year. ; School: ; visit to the area. the four: -county: areai. one : George: L. Bryant 40, Starke. to :Mrs June Chapman, county ..,;. ':.... ..
All members urged to attend -
Robert Swaivson.: IT. ale both old child who! has a serious are This! decision followed; a heated Bradford ''located In the Old plead guilty to charges of big office manager./ Tile; citation : ..
by :Mr, Hugh ; :l.
sentercecl to serve: two 10 day heart condition! : and: who I Is able : Stephens, debate concerning the bud Jail'' or.:! in Lake Butler and amy and was sentenced to: a.ihi'ic was signed! by Stuart' C Simpson -
:
+ .
.'''1I1t IIC''. :in the cot: fly jail 10 to work: : only part time. She ecretary.JPeacocfts get with: ? mst: of the heat: com one in MaccUriy.: The Board year (term. : chairman: of the Florida .. -t.....D. '
inn concurrently, and\ Swans works and takes care of herself ing from a Clay County: faction. also voted: to let eaccounty: State ASC Committee 10r I.
This! believes! t that lees decide! ho wit will: spend!: Its The .. I !.
State
cIlcrnse! U revoked: for: one and the child. group !! Committee; also "' .b.."
lab 11: should be : at the! money for: !personnel: : to staff authorized monetary -:::::. .. t:
: spent
yea-: Although\ Judge Yawn By tbs time she appears money: "A lot of things are like a : awards to _
el.. Cubb"dBe "immature." it IsSwaiaon court the: woman has obtaineda top for "Conduct: and Adminis the centers.: hang nail-they don't bother the Bradford: County ASC Coins; ."..
: : who draws: his! Wllllh drivers license. Judge Yawn are tration"! >C&Ai and: mora: to: give Decislcn:: on a new executive until discover they ml''ee. composed of Leaton
Kf argues: wii'i: the Judas, #fuspend": her: sentence jobs to: the poor: people. The! director was postponed: \= until th! you you The Moijan, Jr., Chairman Clyde
exist. A. J. Hudson
rhl'Ow.o ._t'j'.imim.:' ...on......tS.*..._..A man pleads gulltv; to: allow proud group: advocated making: the: executive next Board: meeting, Monday. Cone and Lloyd Dyal and to ,
, Judjie'H bench .and upon letvvirx Nina an'.uh'auUwriz'sft'mmsr' '!!; his director's:: Job part-tme! Nov. 18, ,8 p.m. in the: Bradford. Olustee (Okla.) Chieftain Mrs. Chapman and Mrs Mary "Hit the dailydouble, did }

the cow troom: : .hakes-hlc! 'fl+tat 15-year-old daughter: > to operatea and cutting out the job of d?p- County: courtroom. Ella Watterssi.: ,clerk you?"

the assembled police officers, vehicle. uty director '
\ Jurit-; YHW.T: ol'denint back toIle "I've never let her drive un Ignoring the suggestion shout

bench: and asks, What' d.rti, less I was In the! vehicle with tie executive director:: Board:
you iav to the officers: ?'' her and except on roads; without members said t'.ney: could: not in
"Nat'ling.! much traffic and she is good faith: cut out the!! job of

''I could; just as easily make taking: driver education," he deputy director: as !'1ey are: presently
It MX months H Jell. the .ays. paying the! salary of

Judge says "Now nnologie to Judge Yawn bears down: Fountain: with: the stipulation! :
the offcers and you'rt belt:1 "Where are you gcing! to draw that he return: to CUBB wen:
re-examine: your attitude: ov I the line? Which laws do you his school ends.
you'i going: to wind up in ser- permit: her to violate aid wYc'l Board approved the! $42.000
iou double" obey? That was a poor: example C&A budget and fie S68.CW)
The: boy: : leaves, accompanied! for a father to set-to willfully JTr Neighborhood: : Service Center
by his! grandfather: \\">.o H his and knowingly: permit !his childto budget The Board also agreed
purucllai and \v'io has been violate the law Now: don't

standing silently by the boy. encourage children: to dlsbey
Leonard Fovrert: Aclkins !Is I the law You are fined $25 or BHS Principal COMMERCIAL
fined! !S130! or: 60 days in jail three: days In the county: Jail
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.. :. ,crndtj;, meeting' Wdeelay:! night. Oct.
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finest. .championship beaches golf... best golf courses on the Atlantic The Telegraph'snew pnslblliy::: ant: lude s lp. a call.
rsrina.several dining roomslounges. / Ocean ill types of entertainMnt -To apply themselves In
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Our editorial. I /7:? Remember.. .



IiIimOOD -
-
Bradford County used to hold
25 Years
its county fair In the fall and Ago

in October. of 1943 the Bradford

County Fair Association! was wl:1.: '
preparing for its third fair under The executive committee was ;

J/ the auspices of the local made up of these: off'ce pm : .
"Two You Can Trust"Tn --- American Legion! Post. three members They were San-

The year before because' of ford E. Ritch James Richard .
these last few days before the General "And global nuclear disarmament. To the war. no fair had been held. Walnw right. and Julius I*. ::

Election: of November 5:J, the poll, this he j i- a dedicated and untiring ad- Fair Chairman S. A. Weldon Thorn.: .'
service'
and even "Jimn1The Greek" the Las> \ orate."Crim. said that no entry: fees wouldbe With Our :Men In
charged! but that community ((1943)' rPvt.
Vegas gambling odds prrgnosticator: : ? Hubert Humphrey\ believesit has :
who!
A. Lung: ;
individual Comer
booths in which! bath: :
are uniformly predicting a Nixon vic must! bo curbed because:: it is i 'the advance and town exhibits would: be been getting same desert training ::

tory. guard of anarchy.' Vietnam?! Hubert housed, would be the responsibility / in California all be' trans- ;:.

The poll: vay he right or wrong They 1II1i1)phl'e'ould de-escalate thevar of the. communities.All feried to Camp Dlx 1New :

hate been right before, and they have upon .-hon- of faith by North Vietnam --- kinds: of farm produce Jersey. He Is speeding: : a few :

been wrong.. This time they might be direct or indirect, by word or would be shown including corn, days here with his mother Mrs. I.

riirht.Ve, det-d.! cane. peanuts, forage: crops, F. H. Long enroute to his new :.

\ realize that the political views expressed And rot the least of :Mr. Humphrey's fresh plants.vegetables The ladies! and were strawberry\ Invlfd! assignment.Storekeeper :: nd class Bill .;,

in this column nosy be unpopular recommendations:( is his: happy choice of to exhibit their "jaried" fruits Plummer and :Mrs. Plummet- ;:

l with t'-wny readers: but they constitute a runningmate who in a few brief and vegetables as well as handwork visited Mends li Lawtey Bill ::

: i ur considered: opinion, based on weeks, has emerged as one of the brightest such a< sewing knitting.!: has been sevv'ng: aboard the ::

experiences of the past, and such facts new figures on the American }political crocheting, quilting and: other USS Sage In the! Pacific. He was :.0:

toe aio able to gather during$ a "tightschedule" scene-: needlework. called to FI:>I'ld.bl'cause of the :

that permits' : too little time In thu hightensicn: era of sudden Prizes were listed in the recent death of Ms fathei
above categoiies. some: withflst Cpl. Lee A. HncU".ck: of the :-
serious research deaths. fiom natural other
for fact-gathering/ and : causes: or moth- :
second and third prizeswhich : Coast: Aittlledy visited his :
\Ve believe that our reader, of what- \\ \\fC-the! importance of choosing a vice ranged from S2 down: to CrIl's: E. O. Edwards' re- :

ever) political leaning will respect our president: of character and high calibre 25 cents Gently ..; ,

right to express an rpinUn. iust as we cannot be overestimated.; Edward E. Ti.-' >mai was Inducted ;

'fl>:lJ'ct, their \Ve have always] invited, \:1 one commentator has remarked An old tax receipt turned up !Into the! Coast: Guard at :-:

and ha\e peen glad to publish: expressions "This i is; the fiat campaign in American and was reported in The Telegraph St t. Augustine 154 t week. : i

.)f contijiry viewpoints\) in our let hi"tol'when a close scrutiny the ''Perhaps It is still! in Paul E. K:1lg: t. a member of

ter" Column, which i.- open to all at all rvivi who :snakes: a claim to the vice l presidency existence, It was brought In the Camp Croft baud is at.+ptal present -
the hc' :
by Vollie! F. Manning: / and was confined to
thus .: : almost as important as: cf thor-t1
.-.
dated April 23 1858. M Manning there!
M"c\ ivalUi that it has, become) the "in whose: claim is the presidency." WoT'fE sad! it had been handed

thing" with manv to. decry:: the )present: '1"11."., a\ Vice President must be "iewc.l :. t bAyr down by his father

atdniinisti.itKin and anyone even remote- ( in :the light of howell he could run Bradford County wa* not in

1 com.eited: with it.: This feeling has the 'O'IIIt1'y and take over the management YOUR R\6\ +rr To bo exUtance: at that time: and the

doubtles* hurt the candidacy crises in the event of the Presi document: wa labeled "Colum

Humphrey siiid. might even mean the dent's! d lIth. When we enter the voting SO KEEPS ouR. bia Count '." It read: "Rec'dof
Geo. Wash. Manning: sum in
tliflerence, between his victory or' deIe booth next Tuesday: we must remember: Oct 28. 1968
full for the state and count
that one of the three-Spiro Agnew NATlON 6R.6.AT tax: for the fiscal year I8i, D?:81'1 Matthews: will publish: this
it.VVe I hope
you
will for Mr.' not C'lP'tis LeMay: or Edmund 1luskie-may As-
ote Humphiey : Signed W. H. N black Tax: letter It :s mv answer to those:

onlybecfuse he i is: the Democratic n('mi- well !be ceupying: : the White House before HFNR'i.;: Go"'UN t b sesor and Collector." who: have called myself and

e.uJ(1'I consider the Democratic the next four is --
n years : up. othei unappreciated 1 names because -
Party best for' the common man-but It i is sobering to think that it might A local man shanded in *:'. of conservative: attitudcj ,

because, of the three men in the race, be up to one of the three to decide:: on --- uninhabited part of the inland .

we consider: hint head and shoulders action or restraint in a nuclear crisis waterway was without food forfour The: Democratic: and Repub.

above the rest. President Kennedy .showed a quiet cle- FARMER'SEverybody DIARY Henry days.Manama had puicu.! +- lican Parties have' degenerateduntil
each Is isolated from the
To borrowome phrases from our tei'mined !strength in making it clear toKnishhev ed a new 26.fomotol', \ boat ..ItWIttel' "Gov-
people It is no longer a
neighboring newspaper. The (GainesvilleSun :: that we meant business: : Haven aid: was bit.igintf! the
einme.it of the people by
: ai>rut getting the I Russian missiles out : ought to be a little it back through the Inland people," but instead a government :

"Hubert H'imphrey! does not come befoie of Cuba. He refused; to be panicked by: better rested this week after Our Immediate reaction to waterway when he broke the versus the people. The .

'us with empty hand.- Instead: he the Jcint Chiefs of Staff into an invasion having an extra hour's sleep that U the same as the little coupling of t the propeller shaft condition in the two parties us

holds aloft the social fabric of our time. of Cuba which would] almost certainly last Saturday night when the boy had on first seeing a giraffe Since! he had been told the trip of now Is such that: the people
clocks were set back to regular and remarked "There ain't no to Palatka would take him no
cannot "Vote for the lester '
into which: he has \\'( \'en many' colorful have meant nuclear war. standard time Then too. we'll such animal." Anyhow, if you more than one' day he had not of two say.evils"
ihivad. The United States; and the Soviet Union the! boat with food or
have the daylight earlier durIng happen to be riding around the supplied Therefore fie: Independent
"The tirst bill he introduced as; a U.S. now' possess enough nuclear weapons ) the coming months, and county: and sPOt a calf that water The accid'it occurred at party irspiied: by the Honorable

Si'iiutor in HI t9'a to provide medical l ) to burn and destroy e"erhuman' school children: will not nave'to 'if gilns: at you in a'el'Y toothy the moufi of Ha":i"> Creek on George Wallace. l is the

dire for the aged through Social Se being on euirh. Five nations! have the leave home in the dark to way. you'll know the young one Lake Griffin! about 12 mile\ : best fling! that has buried Iii

curity. Sixteen years later, as Vice Piesulent. nuclear Lomb There is now a treatybe' catch the bus. Is, proud of his. .new. choppers from the nearest settlement. loots in tie: AmerIcan society"" l-i
a He also sat! out the end of a
he gaveled Medicare into law. fore the U. S. Senate designed: to' stop By Sam McGarveyAnd'apeaktngates a long; time Now we !hate
How about that sudden cold One thing'e're sure of: we hurricane before! some fishermen -
":$;;ha"ltd bj Humphrey's hands \\'..1""I th<- spread ff: nuclear weapons.' Humphrey snap last week that sent the don'tforget should under no( circumstances! happened: bv und took the available sin:i leadership: nt 1

i'"Peact5+ (f'nt.oI.! perhaps the greatest and! Muikie :support ratification temperature down to the shivering to. make plans for attending ever try to wean that calf fromqurs'ng news of his! plig'it: to town. Although needed to meet. \ '': the needs of n

itvfct!( ,,"*thf"coiintry ever took into unselfish of: J this t catty, and they support] It. now stages! We were just getting the, 2nd, annual Calf' by dipping his head lit it was an unpleasant err meat nat.on.Wli lose It'ot far M '.
or ?! :
ttiul! loving service for the hungry !'n addition to their other qualit'icali1'i1. used to'the nip in the air ,Scramble and Horse Show1 a pail of milk and t then put our erlenceo. Henry was none: the Wallace Mill not be lost. A vote

around th i globe -. we believe they are the team best with the thermometer showingin : ,,'hlc111 be staged at 'theBradlol'd fingers In his mouth. There are \woivte! for hU hanowlim. lulu.hrya. for Mr Wallace will\ be notifi: \ l'
the 60's but not at all ready County fairgroundsNov lots of ways of losing fingers' ct, ,
"And Head Start the country-wide 'inalitieci by temperament and balanced 16. or just about two weeks ration ta th" beggarly element- .i.iof
strength' of character deal with such for the degree drop that sent and so far as were concerned this! nation and the would '
program to nourish the minds of deprived : to from is all
now. Everything Church'
that's! about the Men of the Vlet'iodiit 1
the readings Into the 40's in surest '
one we
.ri.1i for this that this: nation!: :ts :'Ot all:>II..I:1-:
a ; and Ith-
(
nreschorl children that I i- fruit reason: set make
: a many' some sections of this area to this one of the big can: think of of Staikc were invited to a ->UI"|
of Humphrey's brain 1.1',1.: Mipport t their I wdidarv.,, events of the year and youwon't s per by the pastor: Rt'G.. C, 01 a lick society, but. that
there: : are still man.t'CIII: (
Somebody ought to tell the want: to miss it, Speaking of such things, we Powell a.td nftei the >uppei
healthy people: In America who
. A New Constitution; Or Not? Weatherman! : that our first kill wonder why dogs haven't been were oiuaiflzcd! int:> !the Metlo1st are tiling to lawfullyand with
Ever since the Idea of
ing frost is not due around here setting fated up with false teeth? Just I \Men out any reservations: : fiti'it f.n
up a countywide( fire protection about: : Officers of the! new group
until No29., and that in the everything else you can
fie! preservation of those: great
:
Our peppered: new state constitution would then have their !say at the ballot meantime, he ought to keep system was first brought up imagine Is being done for dogs were: president. J. L. ''Sam'' PI'lnclplu1lc! made Vi: gieat

ha. until the) last few days, taken aLack box hetoie taxes went up. that cold weather up north several months ago there has Including/ umpteen different varieties Anderson: \ preside: G. E. but now have bet: discarded. I

,;eat to Florida's hotly contested; A maoi,) advantage of the proposed where It belongs. For one been a surge of interest In the of feed, and the pampered Hernwall.: secetary. Jack Respectfully":' Submitted I
constitution: is the Icsal government( article thing! : he ought to give the berry project Latest community to pooch that Is not having a Halle.: tieaimer. Henry God- H H Mott
and the three-man nationalrace
Senate show ts
: i race! an: Interest Providence !
a'unipoo these
to days 1 is
which should the responsibility crop a chance get established Just not Biooki.KI.i.,
place
\\'Nch111 meet
for the Presidency. before Old Jack Frost several weeks Lvinar.
Nevertheless, Florida voter must decide of running 1'radforcl: County, for instance comes with his Ice cold paint. from now to set up a volunteerfire S -

along with everything else, whether more :squarely on the shoulders .. department. for. that area. We remember a ferocious old

tu mark an X in the "For" or "Against" nt the County Commission: The local Next Thursday, Nov 7. is the bull dog we played with as a

bo1: for the: !proposed! new constitution;;; governing !bodies are given authority topass date for the opening of the pecan Ever calf? Well hear of false hadn't teeth either fora kid. H. had lost all hU teeth,
we ,
in |' ordinances, a power now restrictedto market here and at that and therefore couldn't do any
approved! l Itr the State Legislature\ but it seems that a Bradford
the legislature through local bills. time we'll get an Idea of the real harm, but you still had to
July foi placement on next Tuesday'sballot. >: County stock raiser! !has a calf
The nedocument does however size of the crop this season, the xiaicl out for his= bums wi-re
re- that has
trouble with Its
quality of the nuts -and most some I tough! and when he took a bile
It will mark the first time in over 80() .st-ive the right for the legislature to Important-the prices that will "chewers" and: he is Investigating cn'ou: he could gum you

years that Floridians will! have a chanceto ;: write' gcreial or special laws restricting be paid. to see if the calf can be dumb. .

vote on a major revision: of their the! authority of the several counties.: fixed up with dentures.
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But it much farther than the
tate constitution To some degree, the goes and vanilla.
)pie-ent 1885 Constitution in putting local eggs
vote Tue.clnyill: give the Legislature Mix rcmatnl'g nedints! : : +
Ji mandate: on whether to continue ef- officials in the driver's seat. iVe con- and blend: into peinut butter Lets 6o otdT

t'"rts t" update and improve our present tend this is an advantage because it's: \ I It's a woman's mixture. Shape dough Into( balls\

18sS! ;) do,etament. much easier to have jour "say"; before .F- about 1 !inch in dlim *fr. Place
articles the County Commission in our courthouse about 2 Inches: apart, on un- -
contains
The draft 12
;nc>\\ : : IffIff@b
) { greased! bak.ng: sheer Flatten
than to pet the attention of thelegislature !
the -KI tor( Constitution has
present) : DUCK
in Tallahassee. each cotkle::> Cl's-cvo\ top of HUNTING ANOTHER a boat i 0""inr' > in handy for w.tlillil
articles:/ und 142 amendments. In general ; M each cookie with a fork, if de- USE FOR OUTBOARD RIG out decoy and retnr\ini\ ilimnrd
i-th backers and critics agree that J However, next Tuesday we will haveto ..!red. its often been aid that an out- bircN/ .
vote on the proposed constitution in hoard motor anil, hoot l add.. Mo-t iminuftu tiirt-r' ..,11 Himll, our,,
the proposed: \ revision is better than its By Martha Sue McCain Bake at 373 degrees (moder.ate -omrtlunu toi_. like\" Ktmrude': )Due \klHin. with
lW !10 to 15 m:iutes. Remove special Duck" hunting lo almnM i i.. allY .outilonr.. '|>01 t. "Aerial, dull,, fun-he. to "hide, them..
a "a- in point
Opponent; can find many specifics i is I Ihe way it :should be considered. .. Home Economics Agent from baking sheet while :Most duck hunter" can relate* u r from tiew. (:amoiifltige will rnnirulIhr

they sa/. .-hould be included and they The new document is no perfect solution warm. story ahout till "\"v\" Ma-ter." lie's brightly! painted. inciclc-l, ll'i s'ian. -
Variation Chocolate. all familiar hreecl. ally heat to u e dead grn.+. or filings;" "
to the :state's ]problems. It will in Top an too lonp on
sho'ild be deleted.! don't from the
say They agree! Immediate area for this jcid.
Cookies-Roll ammunition and short
balls of in
dough on common
with the election of the office cf lieuter.nt all probability found inadequate in enne. H..'. un"IIIh.... fir-t Hue, \k-" >eem to hair a 'pei'ial,, MMM
granulated before to -tint
LABELS AND INSPECTIONMARKS. aidi are set and label sugar placing[ '
every that alert
at least "some areas. firing the la-t them lo anything nut "f(
ic"vernor.' or with allrvving the on baking sheet. to stop| and the toot
Do not Hat-
Hut it i is the best that the Constitutional Help Consumers Buy on Federalty-Inspect mat unlikely" person" to hit his limit. ,\l. the ordinary on the ground.
giveinoi, -c'jond term or reducing the Wisely! products: must be ch.cxed: and ten. Bake 10 minutes: : then remove though he's not a threat" lo the" hiph. Outboard runabout run also beued -
1E'\ in
size; of the Senate, fCI' example. : $ion Commission created Consumers tuke pride In approved by USDA before it from oven and press a flying quarker" he ure" can rum flouting dm, k 1.liul.I.r.h.
Probably t the most criticism has! ten- 1 1061! and four sessions: of the Florida spending moiey: wisely for: the can be used. Last year 72.KM( milk chocolate candy kiss into an enjoyable day for anyone nearby. grave or \egelatmn ran !Iii. rill into

ieied around the proposed new docu Legislature! have been able to come up health and well-betng of their new and revised labels vie; reviewed center of each! cookie. Returnto If \ou're unlucky. enough" to end" long length. and "sandwirlmd"( Ie.Iwern .
.pairof
lightweight frumen
v ith -o far.Kven families. Your cc.isumer kr.ow- by USDA and over 4.IMKI oven and bake 1 to 3 minutes with this unpleasant" neighbor. you; made,
ment'0: mill ad valorem tax limitation outboard Hill from" l\ 2 me, h lumber. The 1
-1O mills each for counties, municipalities !: though the document does include how helps you shop win!; con: \were disapproved:: to keep the done.longer, or until cookies are Just climb rill aboard| and rome ca-t in off ham\for! amore '. flume are then tied together and ill-

a new gas: tax distribution forI1lllla fidence. As American consumers : consumer from bet g misled. secluded upot where" tam had to the boat. 1 he bout Jerk
: and school! :I districts.: Conservativesargue which will cost Bradford. Countyx6noolt we are the best protected All Federally inspected prepackaged : DIe PENS. Ball Point Re- really" enjoy jour day of hunting.you i an ,an I be, covered bv a |pine, eif i.mmix...
the limit should be lower while In the wo.-ld partly products carry the \n outboard host and sons. I L.e a 11"1111)u.1.k to hide* the motor.'
motor '"
consumers
: < i (> the fills Bradford County Tel6-
of it received last
: $289.00 Give
contend that bodies the" problem of your onboard air)' on .
others jour
governing because of the services canted circular mark cf inspett.on.: extra gear It can "be
might not be, able to raise! tax monies .ve.ir. we !submit the revised doticument out by the U, S. Department which! Is the Consumer's assurance graph. easily stored hoard, and transportedanywhere its next" "till hunting another trip. milloon\ we
should bt; approved. have retained 82 of wholesomeness! : quit-kit. No need" to Irate wayto enjo> out
that would rcallbe needed. of Agilcultuie.All anything at home In addition door' ..pnrt- even moreThe .
.
: cent of tax monies it could PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES lo thi
The prol"l'ed'conoltitution, however per our gas ; meat and poultry products --
have been much worse. shipped across state lines Here's a cookie recipe that Il
that be a'jove
states millage raised Bradford
can The proposed constitution not be must be Federally inspectedby uses peanut butter which U pro- .;. County
10) on \'(,t2 of the electors.! This would may 1.
tein rich and plentiful. Tested !
)pet feet: but with its compromises and USDA Consumer and Mar. o TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED
place the burden for proving the need keting Service. and developed by USDA food ........ J
with the with which "
disagree
provisions
for additional taxes on the local boards we Last year Congress passedthe !! scientists, this recipe makes 4 !
If the School Board, for example, wanted it :is still an improvement. It Wholesome( Meat Act to or 5 dozen cookies. For special rUm 1 '; ; tC 1879E.

an additional two mills it would haveto will better meet the needs of today than standardize state inspection occasion) why not try the variation dltBi614

justify the need to the people who our Constitution of 1885.:! : programs and ultimately as-, : below. We know that in everythingGod {MaaFLORI
sure that all states will have The peanut butterscotch chocolate works for
and FaceOur programs for inspecting red flavor combination: Is good.Rom.
Shaw Tyre Challenge unusual. ( 8:28)). A ESSAS7I1
to Federal
meats that are equal
To keep our thoughts on the

two young Representatives in the ere, and have represented their district standards Inspectors check to make sure peanut One cup butter. shortening.1 cup granulated 1 cup goodness of God, to know that O N
State LeRiI-Iature--Gene Shaw of Starke, well in Tallahassee. there wherever find
Although was in sugar. 1 cup brown sugar we go we this
that
meats are preceded
and Ralph Tyre of Lake City-have Republican a time when we would not take a Republican sanitary plants and correctly: ''packedi', 2 eggs, 1 teaspoon good, leaves no room in our

opposition in next Tuesday'selection challenge in this district seriously handled to safeguard t the health vanilla, 2'a cups flour, one-half mind for doubt or fear. Whata

: that time is rapidly changingas of people who( buy am, use teaspoon salt, three- :rths! blessing we can be to our L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher

So unusual is: a GOP challenge in this Florida moves toward becoming a these products. teaspoon baking soda, one-half family and] friends if we help Published each Thursday and entered Second
These labels piucessd teaspoon baking powder them feel that no matter what as
Democracy two-party state. So we now remind all on Clus Matter at the Post office at Starke. Florida
meat products must hi accur- Beat shortening: and peanut they-have to meet they go to
Democratic voters-don't forget our ate, truthful, and must t accurately butter until creamy Gradually their under Act of March 3nI, 1819.
of the fact and fail to ,"otfor the Democratic legislators when to the meet good. Our faith
young you go add sugars, beating thoroughly
describe each product will and
nominees. encourage strengthenthem. Subscription In trade area: 1 .50
year Outside
polls: next Tuesday.: marketed. Prescribed stand- after each addition :
Shaw and Tire are both hard works Beat !in trade area: 1 year $5.00..rAGE .
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THURSDAY, OCT. S.. I96g THE BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.EOHAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
PARR ELEVEN, ,
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Super Highways miles an hour on the same commonplace by the ground for high speed auto- .. y yy. .y. ...yy
road, TThis 2000 which is years
only 32 mobile travel.Recoenlzlne. "
Proposed forHighSpeed is the type of new away according to Cornell re that licensed SENIOR

TravelHow highway predicted by the turn searchers. drivers could not qualify to CITIZENSSenior "

of the century by the Cornell They have developed seven drive at this speed, Cornell has
would you like to drive Aeronautical Laboratorieswhose inter-related concepts of a pro- proposals for screening out ...AA&............. GOVERNMENT
your automobile 100 miles an traffic safety researchhas
posed
"Century
Expressway"and both unsafe cars and unsafe Citizens: put on a good :
hour on the highway legallyor attained national recogni- recommend that a 100-mile drivers before a motorist show In masquerade costumesat
be ticketed for being a slow- tion.Such stretch of it be designed and would be allowed to travel on our Halloween party Judges
poke by driving less than 90 highways could be .built to serve as a proving a "Century Expressway." appointed were T. C McManusand

H ,- The driver would be requiredto George Clemens. Prizes
H for the most original funniest
pilot the car through a seriesof
and prettiest attire were awarded -
M tests including an unex
to test his control to Emma Morton Mary Allen .
pected stop
and Yola Vestal. The male
ability and reaction time.There YOU CANINCREASETHE
CRIME winners were Alex Morton. Everett .
would also be health
a inspec
: Prescott aid AI Nlcols. c
tion. Drivers not competent for Happy birthday greetings were
any reason, such as being too sung to Jersls Bowden and
tired ill,or under the influence Irene Nlcols. We were sorry
of liquor, would not be allowedon that H. C. Drscoll! and Dorothy
POMR OF DIE
the highway.LAWTEY. Kerrigan were unable to attend r*
because of Illness.A .
if4'T. T y y m
special birthday! party was
PEOPLE.
held for Jessie Bodwen for her

84th year at her home with a ___
number of club members and
YOU CAN By Bnza BlandutrdAAAAAAAAAAAAAA other friends attending! Power has been flowing .

Harry Rosensh'ne! 85, Just Washington for too long.
TURN THE TIDE. A AA A AAAA returned business from a visit with for. Now it's time to start
RELIGIOUS FILM mer associates and
The film "In His steps, will friends in California where he power flowing back to the ,a

Muggings, robberies, "' be show: by t the Lawtey Minis- received the red carpet treat states,to the communities,

and assaults have terial Association on Saturdayat ment. to the people.
rapes .
7:30: in the school audi- The $10 000 Homestead Exemption ;
p.m.
risen 88% in seven years. torium. Clause for people 65 Elect Richard Nixon

How can you prevent this a The PTA Carnival on Saturday years and over Is Included In President. He applies this

wave of crime from becom was a great success. Approximately Constitution the ne'v rev'sed It also Florida State. standard to every program:
? 300 dinners were : makes Provision
ing the wave of the future? >' served. Attractions Included the for the! disabled and the "Does it increase the

Elect Richard Nixon Presi country: store and several blind. Therefore a YES vote power of the people, or

dent. Here is part of what games. Leading attractionswere ;3 should ballot te: recorded on the Nov. diminish it? Does it en
the cake walk, costume
he wants to do: contest with three: In group 1 Checking the records of the hance the self-respect, the

1. Restore the balancein and three in group 2 winning patties and candidates for pride, of the Individual hu
prizes. But the one that took president! It Is noted fiat! the "
the courts. Some of our sub Domocratlcs. who started the man being, or reduce it?
the most courage was the
courts have gone too far in marine ride! where Principal social security: act l-i 1933 under We need that new stand.

weakening the peaceforcesas Curtis Marlow sat on the seat President F. D. Roosevelt: have ard today.
against the criminal that was dipped each time the worked constantly to improve
ball hit the target and took a social security! pensions and
forces. Too many guilty dip in the water even though 'Medicare legislation whereas,
men are being freed on the weather was cool. The children the Republicans have consistently .
technicalities. F- 1 enjoyed the pony vlds. voted against any 1mpiovements. -
It was a prosperous and entertaining The record speaksfor
2. Appoint an Attorney evening. Itself. Heretofore. 99 percent H
General dedicated to root. CIIUFCII:: ACTIVITIESGrace of Republicans voted

ing out organized crime in United Methodist against the! original social sec. _
Sunday School 9:45: Worship 11 ui ity act of 1933 93 per cent of
America. crackdown here the Houe Republicans and 64
arm and 7:30: p.m.. Choir! practice
-including the safeguarded Wednesday 7 p.m. followedby per cer*. of the Senate Repub-
use of wiretaps-is long MYF 8 p.m. Thursday: Biols licans voted to kill the Medicare!
overdue. study at the parsonage 8 p.m Act. Nowhere In the RepubliC. THIS TIME
First Baptist: Sunday an platform Is the word Medicare -
3. Help localities improve School 9:43: a.m., Worship 11 mentioned.All ,

the quality of their a.m and 7:30: p.m., Training citizens believe in the VOTE LIKE YOUR
police protection with bloc Union 6:30: p.m. Midweek serve Constltut'en! of the U. S with
ices Wednesday 7:30: ( p.m. fundamental concept): of Life.
grants from Federal tax Church of God-Sunday School:l Liberty and fie Pursuit of Hap- WHOLE WORLD
funds. 10 a.m.. Worship II arm and plness. Twenty million senior
Nixon knows that the 7:30: p.m.. YPE Wednesday. 7:30: cltzslns should: not be Ignored
p.m We have he'ced! to build our
first civil right of every Highland Baptist Sunday country's greatness. Therefore, DEPENDED ON IT

American is the right to School 9:45: a.m., Worship: II the b 'st bet for seniors their
protection from crime and a.m. and 8 p.m., Choir: practice relatives/ f-lrnd and those: of
THIS TIME 7 p.m. Prayer services Wednesday you who will soon be senior
violence. A p.m. citizens is to vote for the

Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Lee Karen Democratic slate on Nov. 5.

VOTE LIKE YOUR, and John accompanied by -.Joe Kerrigan. -- -
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Mr,, Lee's mother Mrs. Clem. .
me Lee of Enigma. Ga visited'!
WHOLE WORLD
,: ''Mr. Lee's sisters and biothers-! : .
In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
English! and Mr. and Mrs. L.
DEPENDED ON IT.
DuBase and daughter: In Atlanta
Ga over the weekend.A .
Monday vllstor of the J. C SERVICE STATIONFOR
Knight family was Mrs.
Knight's:!! mother. Mrs. C. M
Money ham. of Jacksonville.
Visiting Mrs. Mamie Crews
during the weekend were her
son H. C. Crews and family ofCleawatel'
and her son=!slaw ,..4
NOTICE and daughter. Mr. and Mrs
Thomas: Clayton and daughterof

After Jacksonville.spending his leave with

his mother Mrs Eugene Pearson f LEASE
and Mr Pearson: SP4 Don:
Lee left Su.iday for Fort DIN. :'\.
FOR REPAIR SERVICETO J, He expects to leave on
October 30 for a tour of duty in 0
Germany. Mrs Le; and baby
REPORTA will be with her parents Mr. I "'
452 N. TEMPLE AVE.STARKE .
and Mrs. Charles Bryant in
+ (u. S.
Starke until she! can join him. 301))
Johnny! .iBubal. Redgrave of FLORIDA
TELEPHONE OUT OF ORDERon Los Angeles Calif, was a recent '
visitor of his! grandparents ,
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Mr and Mrs. O. J. Anders -
Mrs. T. L. Wainwright spent :

Starke, Kingsley) Lake or Lawtey the! first of last week with! her
son: and daughter-in-law. Mr.
Exchanges and Mrs. Frank Wainwright!
and her granddaughter! Mrs. ,
Donald Knight and! family, anda nom
cousin! Mrs. Julia Hlggln-
r. botham. In Jacksonville
"': Mrs. Pearl Booker of DelandIs

,. tm George visiting Roberts her this t'ster.: week.Mis.: 1968 Year To Date Average

s Mrs Perry Kite of Starke
spent Sunday with her son-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs GALLONSPER
ACTUAL
J. D. Clark Mrs. Gladys Ivoryof 22,000
Ocala was also visiting the
Dial 964 5113 Claiks.

Mrs. Mamie Futch has return.
ed home after spending a few
days with! her son-in-law and
daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
Putney. In Jacksonville This recently

Mrs. Johnny! Jenkins! and remodelled, white
daughter Mrs. Jennis Lou
Green and children of Jacksonville 35,000 GALLONS brick location

Mrs. Bill were Anders vliltlng and Mr Mrs and POTENTIAL FROM' has 3 bays and

Esther Hicks on 'Sunday after 2 lifts to maximize
V.E noon:
:Mrs Hattie Dailey and Miss profits .
Slnna Prescott attended the 1-Busy Hiway U. S. 301.

meeting! of Black Creek Baptist
Extensive Commercial and Farm
Association at Jones Road Bap.
Please write this list Church! in Jacksonville last Business. FOR ADDITIONAL FACTS

week.'. 3-Heavily Populated Residential Area] CALL JACKSONVILLE
iii number in your M Jacksonville: and Mrs. were Dearl Bradleyof visiting 353-0941

; I telephone directory his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. 4-Adjacent to Business District of MR. STEVE DUNN
L. Bradley on Saturday and attended Starke.
the: PTA Carnival with
them. 5-High Volume Tires, Batteries, OR WRITE
Weekend visitors of Mr. and Accessories, and Mechanical Trade. SUN OIL COMPANYP.
Mrs. A. D. Dobbs were their O. BOX 148
son and dauehter-ln-law! Mr. Commercial Range of 8 CustomJACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32201
and Mrs. Casey Dobbs and Blended Gasolines for Competitive
daughter of Jacksonville! Mr. Pricing.
and Mrs. Lester Dobbs and

FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE CO. Miss Ivy Johnson of Gainesville Erenincrs or Weekends Call:
and Ode: Debts! of Raiford. TOM MAUGHAN

STARKE, FLA. JACKSONVILLE 733-5117

or J. I. DENNISON 711-1269


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MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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Arrest Of Trio


I Keystone Hilites I )1


By JIM FOX Yields $3,000In
Please Phone in Your Items 473414WOMAN'S


CLUB NEWSA Tl'* meeting was open to the ,
sponsoredby public following the luncheon.
"Taste Di.mer.;
the Woman's Club, will be President McDonald introduced of I Stolen GoodsThe

served Friday night, Nov. 8, at the following members
the panel and their positions:

Cie Price clubhouse.of admission will be Edward J. AuU'State! : Attor- alertness of state Trooper stolen goods, stored under some

$1.50 /Including, tax I for adult ney; O. Jenn'ngs' Murrhee, Jr. Dick Meyers last Thursday oak trees, and partially hiddenby
dinners and .75 Cents for chit county sheriff; Thomas: :: Rivers, A Mt w 1 afternoon while conducting a mess and low limbs.

tSre.1. Tickets may be purchasedfrom county judge: Richard V. Meyer i tWfjP routine road check at the school: Included In the cache were
members of the club. highway patrol; and Walter r rs pr creasing in Highway 21 in Key- sterling silver tableware 'some

Mr. Kenneth Liggett will be Muhlhofer, Keystone Police stone Heights! resulted in the antique, dated 1801)) a silver

chairman: : with: assistance rend Chief. 4 apprehension of three suspectsand tea service console: TV console:
'red bv Mrs. Fremont Tolles Two classes of 9th grade students the location of approximately stereo, two outboard motors,

and Mrs Ernest McLean, co- from Keystone! Heights .r $3,000 worth of stolen: two shotguns one .22 automatic
chairmen.There School, attended the questionandanswer 3' I goods.; an antique clock:: binoculars !; :: -

will be a variety of period. They were __ The three suspects Bruce several rods and reels.

foods to select from; all of accompanied bv Hubert White Gibbs 28; Thomas McDougald, and other fishing tackle, and

which will bs prepared by the :a"si! tant principal. Mrs. Jorge. Scenes At KHS Homecoming 24; and Marion S. Ursry. 19; all miscellaneous! items.
Mrs.C.
excellent cool of the organi Valldejuli. civic teacher, of Jacksonville are charged The silver came fl'onthe
zation. You; will surely find Rolsai'tson.: ( English teacher Keystone High School Homecoming Queen Sharon Left lo right: Sophomore attendant, Diane Powers; with six counts of breaking and home of Mrs Chester F. Carlton -

many of your favorite dishes. and Mrs. M. Branch, guidance( Brannon receives flowers from her sister, Sally, at half- Junior attendant Debby Stenson; Queen, Sharon Bran- entering and are in Jail at a permanent resident of

Remember to circle November counselor time ceremonies during the annual Homecoming foot- non; Senior attendant Lynn Jordan. Freshman attendant Green Cove Springs under $9- Hutchison Lake, who: was awayon
calendar for a dell- It was a lively session withstudent's 000 bond each. Two of them: vacation. Other! homes en
8 on your read by ball last Friday night at KHS.. Kendall-Turner la not, shown, (PhfttM fry John WateraL.
clous dinner at the new club- questions same_ Ursry and Oibbs-face additional lel'ed-all of them on Hutuch'so.i -'
Mrs. O. J. Murrhee. Jr The pro- charges of no drivers li Lakebelonged to ArchieL.

house.It was. most gratifying to seea vocative questions concerned Language Arts Indians Squeak By Devils 14.13 Lake Geneva cense :. Biooklnj. A. O. Nobles. E.

large gathering: of Interested hunting: and traffic laws, pos Teams Visit When Meyers stopped the E. Wood, Florlna Fisher and C.
clt'-zEMs! at the "Operation Crime session of guns, drugs and sen Post OffIce trio's 1958 Chevrolet! for a routine E. Brewton all of Jacksonville.

Stop" program held at the tences for misdemeanors and Schools War check last Thursday, he Deputy Walter Harvey, of the
In Party Friday
Homecoming
Woman's Club Tuesday, Oct. felonies. Dedication noted that: the inside of the: car Clay County Sheriff's office,
vIaL
22. The students left at 2:45: at agIttng wage arts tams-:- are .had been shipped of its rear said the men, all white, were
which time the adults posed County school:: faculties fumble by Baker, as the quarter
Mrs Sara McDonald club! Clay The Keystone High School Dedication ceremonies of the seat and heavily\ loaded with apparently "habitual" offend-
pies'ce-it.! welcomed guests and their questions to the panel. to help improve technique and to Indians made their second T. ended. office at Lake Geneva assorted articles. While he was ers and are believed to have
post::
members crlar: :: to the lunc em: ''Continued On Next PagJ l and skill in teaching new D., as Mike Murrhee scampered Carrabslle managed to drive new will be held Sunday, Nov. 10, questioning Ursry. the two been lesponsible! for other
for
information down to the 5, before Chipper:
provide in, and Jeff Batts added the according to announcement:: other men slipped away and breaking and entering cases in f'
curricula. deadly PAT as they squeakedby Hague intercepted! the ball and Wm.Baker disappeared while Meyrrs was the Keystone! H3ihfj( area in; j'
WishIng. '. Start Buying the University ran back to the 47 yard line of yesterday by Postmaster '
from
Stop Coming the Carrabelle Devils 14.13 in Don Fuqua busy with: their companion recent! months.:: He sa'd the trio::
during Congressman
of Florida for four days a nerve-wracking Homecoming the Devils, After moving downto speaker Officials Meyers left Ursry headed ton entered the: home by various::
and working: 15, only to be put back bya will be dedication
!
the fall quarter Green Cove Springs, and stop- means "taking the easiest
Game. Coach Roy Bayless said Post Office
the elementary of the U. S
across the county in penalty, the Iidlans puntedto ped to ask a local garagman way"-whether it meant breaking :
before the game last Friday also be in attendance -
be Dr. Department will
school will the! Devils who were also to for the abandoned! car on door, prying off a
night: "I'm expecting a seal :: go a glass
AUlD lOANS Crews, who will\ COT unable to move. Then the ball .
Ruthellen .head-knocker, those boys are Baker said that a chicken 21. When the garageman arriv.ed lOCK or breaking a jalousie.
Park faculties: swapped hands twice, and the ,
suit with Orange In the small but good, and they've got : pilau luuncheon will be servedat at the scene, the car was Harvey said that the tit:
Adams Devils had it again due to a
Dr. Maurice a real good passing and running attending the missing.! After returning to hawses were entered during the:
Dr.Athol 12:30: to those
area: fumble by Baker. A penalty
GI'eeCove: Springs attack" That's exactly Scouts will work, the gaiagsman! saw the daylight! hours of Thiturtay' ,
Keystone moved the Devils to the Key- ceremonies. Boy
Packer car pull into:: a Jury Store on Oct. 24.
? Our loan department what he had too. and
Dreaming of a new car Middleburg. and Doctors stone 42. The Devil were stopped present! a flag ceremony
Heights Highway 21 I inorth: > and notified
unable to
Keystone was move School:
can make those dreams come Inlet! schools. Dr. Ahrensis on: the 12, a* Youig was the Keystone Heights Leonard Jones, Clay County TR1-PARTY RALLYAT
the ball after bad coverage on music for the
true, quickly; See us for an Auto Loanat coordinator of the programand the opening kick-off, and punted caught twice from behind. This Band will American provide Legion Post Civil Defense director, who: MIDDI.EBURGA
occasion.
chairman of the division:: gave the Indians the ball ontheir radioed! Deputy Mike McKee trl-party political rally will
low bank rates. You can enjoy the instructionin to Carrabelle, and started what: 202 will assist in parking guests. !
and own 30. Joe Moore exploded :: 2,
of curriculum and Constable Bill Der mody. be held Saturday night Nov
turned out to be a long night!
advantages of paying cash when you elementary education, University for both teams. After Carrabells with a 40 yard run down the HOURS Arriving at the: Jiffy Store a at the Mlddleburg ElementarySchool
and the pleasure of driving of ncrtda.' They will be 30 of Carrabelle only to nave DOCTORS the PTA
buy was also unable to move, the HEIGHTSThe few minutes later. Dermodyand : sponsored by
Come in and concerned with reading. writ- the clock rui out while he was AT KEYSTONE McKee stopped Gibbs and and the Middleburg Civic Assoc
that new car right away. ball changed hands for the following hours are being
Ing, spelling, and English.Heading running.As :: McDcv'iald as they were pulling iation. A fried chicken supper
third time in 5 minutes of play. office -
There's the
obligation. at
talk it no doctors
over. the secondary pro- the half ended, ole Satan observed by ,
The Devils finally got rolling out headed toward:: Jackson will be served from 4 to 7 p.m.at
Dr. Vince McGuire, (the Devi'-1! I had a tight: hold on of the late DChrl3toffe1'3
is had Identification adults and 75 cents
ville. They for
gram late in the first quarter, when: Dr. E. L. no $1.25
who will work t In the area ofEngllt'h quarterback Doug Young carried the Indians, as Cairabelle led in Keystone Heights: at on them, and! Gibbs the for children. Candidates of all
starting
of his group 6-0. The halftime activities Green Wednesdays,
Membrri gave
driver, charged with havingno invited to speak
the ball down to the 2 start- was parties are
Eugene Tlmmsrman. the fans a chance to relax, and 4:15: p.m. and Saturdays ,
Dr driver's license, the .
are yard line:! tor his part of the Scott. following) supper.IK
Duke H.
FULL BANKING consulting with social studies get! ready for an exciting sec- ing! at 9 a.m. Dr.
first scoring dilve. George! starting The officers and the! men returned -
Arnold, and Thursdays
SERVICE teachers: Dr. Luther A. Sands made the: score from the ond hAlt Tuesdays to:: the scot where the ca1-
Jack Foley, The Indians' at 4:15.CLASP .
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Dr. quarterback
wAx !science; and 2, to cap the! 50-yard drive The was originally stopped:: < on! 21 WE: DON'T HAVE IT.we'll .
All are from theUniversity Donnie Baker, intercepted! the
a mathematics. 1 south> and followed its tire
PAT was no good, and the De. Office
will get It for you.
of Florida and ball just in time to stop:: Carra
vils led 6-0 with! 1:35: : left In thefirst tracks to a wooded area: near! Furniture Equip
cover the same Clay County quarter Keystone took belle, who had neatly scol'edtwice : ENVELOPES: : all the P-MV Woman's Club building Supplies_ County
elementary school on a drive early In the Telegraph ment. Bradford
the County
I Bradford
area as over after the kick-off only to 8ZP8.' In Keystone Heights. There
if group. lose the ball to Carrabelle on third quarter! Sandy Grayson they found a large quantity of Telegraph.!
The work h part of the! staff ..-. a.,I continued On Next Papal .
development project:: under the
Improvement Expense
Education program ELECT. .
FIRM and AIR


COME IN GET ACQUAINTED Take Care-Make Your
OLIN S. HOWARD JR.
Vote Count for Better oH'I\1"---\ '
KEYSTONE STATE BANK ; iM ,
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Government. ,Elect Ralph ) ".., '.
Thomas l Small Claims lI ", .,

Member FJXI.C. Keystone; Heights Fla. Judge of Clay County. COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly .' ',1 J, <: ,
Community." Pd. Pal Ad by Ralph L. I ',:. .
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I have had the privilege of serving as the Judge of the Clay County,

NOMINEE
Small Claims Court for the past nine years. I have tried almost

2,000 cases since I became the Judge of your Court, and no decision r.a. When a person maintains an active interest in such organizations as

rendered by me has ever been reversed.I Little League, 4-H Club, Middleburg Volunteer fire Department, Mid

TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED in the military, dleburg Civic Club, Home Demonstration and Sunday School, you

have always attempted to manage your Court in a businesslike civilian police, and engineering fields to assure can feel confident that he knows the problems and needs of his com-

manner and render fair, just and impartial decisions. In seeking the people of Clay County of competence, dedication munity. By combining my business know how with my knowledge of our

re-election, I promise to continue so to do. organization, and impartial law enforcement county I feel that your best interests will be well protected and repre-

as your sheriff. senteJ by electing me your County Commissioner in District 3.

I would like to thank you for permitting me to serve you for the Thank You Sincerely

past nine years, and I am asking for your continued support and
ON NOVEMBER 5 VOTE FOR Olin S. Howard, Jr.

help in the general election on November 5, 1968. 0.w


HAROLD E. Resident of Clay County for 31 Years
If any of you have any questions concerning your Court, or special
Vice President of Clay Oil Corporation
problems, please feel free to call upon me.
Deeply Interested In Our County's Welfareo

HAGLURDREPUBLICAN __
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Very truly yours,
FOR A BUSINESSMAN'S APPROACH TO COUNTY GOVERNMENTVOTE
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S/James T. Norton NOVEMBER 5 FOR
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DemocratPd. FOR SHERIFF I. CLAY COUNTY o L INS. HOWARD, J JR.

Your Vote And Support Will Be AppreciatedPaid

( Pol. Adv. Paid For by James T. Norton) I (Pol. Adv. paid for by Harold Haglund) ( Political Ad Paid For By Olin S. Howard, Jr.)



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''jrUURSDAY. OCT 81 -
{ 1968
.. __._.._.. THE BRADFORD-COUNT_ TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
It would lane a engthy: ; "'''' -
this week, the: final rounds of
achievement PAGE
Tyler
Tommy
KEYSTONE (nation to adequately explain all man: ; Survey Teams THIRTEEN'I' I
the President's Cup Tournament -
Win
chairman; and William Indians o The junior India,,' defens
aspect of narcotics, but' he write urged were held at the local Cannon special activities chair: Project Needs WU led by Rick W eeler, and ADD MACHINE ROLL5.!
to
Interested parties
all Devils
HILITES course. The' tournament was Over Offensive FIle Fohfen complete ,line 01-
him at the following address medal play with full handicapsused man.A list! of the dens and their Of Clay Schools Jack FUnde1'burk blacking: was led by floe npPUn-The Te1epapb.

(From Preceeding Page for a free pamphlet majority, which of in cc:.-.peut.o1\. Winners respective: : members will be given (From Preceeding Page "Go, Junior Indian,"" I'.b1305..
should answer a for this tournament and fielr Survey teams of
When asked how to detect whena the questions concerning the follows Jim at a later date 1.1 this col Florida made up I.' :,:,,,;",, .--_':" .' '.": ', : :: : : .-':', ':'._"-.::,,: ". : .:::;'".; :"<
scores were as : school:: officials: :! fanned
person Is using drugs state use and! danger of drug addiction Zowarka first place with net umn. out over Clay County last weekto bulled! his! way for a first downon
Attorney: Edward Austin : Edward! Austin. 1241 KingSt. CHRISTMAS MAILINGP05tmlstre.lS his own 43. Two: more first
said score' of 70; Charlie Head and look at school buildings and
.. Jacksonville Fla. Bill Baker tied for second place Gladys Tlllls released prepare recommendations bas- down, one bv Joe Moors: and Vote Nov. 5, And
Chairman and co-chairman a bulletin! this week that one by Jack Wlndgate: set up
kEYsTONEHEIGHTS with 72's: John Ruffinl, fourth ed en enrollment: prejectiona
for the program were Mrs H.Haberstroh should facilitate mailing ta! servicemen Keystone's first scare.: Mike
place with 73; Don Siackleford, for the 1972-73 stool: year. Don.
and! Mrs. Arthur with 74; and Wally Muhlhofer. and families. Axis Tills aid R. Lott, specialist: : in school Murrhee went In on a 5 yard MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT ;
Ketch, respectively. Mrs A. D. sixth place with 77. Trophies said that the following periods surveys State Department of run to tie the! game. Jeff Baits
Hallman, Mrs. David Nelson, and prizes for this event: will : nave been designated: for Education: directed the oper added t''e extra point: and: Key \
Mrs R. Griffin and Mrs. Q. be awarded at the club's annual mailing Christmas parcels to atlon stone led 7-8 with 1:54: left In ..... '\ ( ;. : ,I
Gardner were members of the meeting in November. members of the Armed Forces, Jesse P. Tynes. Jr. Clay the! third quarter, for the first \.
committee for this Informative who are stationed overseas. time in the game
Club members are sorry to County superintendent: : In addressing t
DIRECTORY program.Mrs. hear that Walter Williams: Is a :' 1'1'
Henry: Sclmbsr, publicity patient at the Medical Center from Oct. 14 to Nov 9. meeting said that:! proJec- Carrabelle completed 3 passes '"
chairman for the Woman's where he Is undergoing: tests. 12 r SAM Space-Available Parcel tion figures show: the county and had the ball on Keystone's:
RABY'S AUTO Club has requested that the We all wish him a speedy re Airlift. Oct. 21 to Nov 23. will have over 10.000 students in 14. Pride carried! down to the
person who removed: the Wom covery. years. Present' e :::lIment.based .
SERVICE an's Club sign\ to please returnit All members are urged to (4i Air Mall Nov. 30 to Dee. on average daily attendance score. The PAT attempt was no --
to same location. The club check the bulletin board con 11. during 1967-68. is 7.126. good, due to a penalty. They
Complete Auto RepairsAir will replace the sign on the cerning various tournaments: All items should be packed In This means, said Tynes. that kicked over, and! It was good,
Conditioning Repairs post-all that the person has to which are scheduled! for both, solid fiberbox or wood or metal some of the elementary schools and Carra belle led again 137. w
& Automatic Transmission do is return the sign I the ladies and men. boxes. Make certain that all will l have to accommodate a Gravson carried the ball downto :
Service DUPLICATE BRIDGE CUB SCOUT PACK 303 items are packed! firmly. Wrap thousand: pupils considerably: the Devil's 20. after two
PHONE 473-4404 The Duplicate Bridge Club, The October monthly: pack your packages a heavy paper more tha't their present capacity good gas! by Windgats to set :.,
Little Lake Bedford sponsored by the Keystone meeting was held at the Municipal and! tie well with strong cord. A up a-.o'her score.! Murvhes mov> N'
Woman's Club, meets every Bu'.ld'ng: : on Thursday slip hawing list of contents Still in the discussion stage ed the ball 20 yards in 3 plays
Monday night at the clubhouse. evening: Oct. 24. There was a address! and person's name for:: the coi-nty: are middle for the score with 4:30: left In
BEAUTY SHOP Play begins: promptly at 7:30.: capacity attendance of the Cub should be enclosed in the par. schools. Including grades 6 the game. Batts came In and
We are still receiving l Inquiries Scout: and their! families. A cel. Many overseas locations: : through II, which: are today considered put the topping on the cake with
KEYSTONEBEAUTY concerning!! : location of the new candlelight: flag ceremony was require forms 2966 or 2976-A more economical: and his PAT. giving Keystone the ,
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clubhouse.: If you are uncertainas conducted:: by the Weoelos Dens which are custom declarationsthat better suited! to student needs lead again: 1413.
SHOP to the exact location, check: followed:: by the Pledge of Allegiance should be completed by the that cimvntlonal; junior and After another series of complete -
EDITH JOHNSON. Owner the! conveniently:: posted diagram and the Lord's Prayer. sender! Addresses must be legible senior}: high schools:: Tynes and passes. Carrabslls had the
of the post with codes shown on the 14 yard line of Key
Personal and Creative Hair Styl in the lobby The Investiture for the new zip other Clay County: educators ball on I- "
office. all mail.BOWLERS. Hernden scored: with:
ing Bobcats was conducted: by the! stone.
Every Form of Beauty ap: csnMdering the possibility:
Culture Last week's winners were as Cub : COMPETEThe : 2:43: in the game but it was
Tuea.-Sat. 9.$; closed Master. Jack Bannon.: The of making t the prevent juniorsenior -
Monday! follows: First place with 24 parent and the new cubs North East Florida called back on a clipping! pen:
par high school:::: !:n G/een
points Mrs. Aubrey Bannisterand ticipated! In reciting the club's Travel League played at the Cove Springs a middle school, allY The ball swapped hands
NURSERY Mrs. Heptin-tall; second oath and the presentation of the University of Florida: on Oct. with! a new building for upper twice again, with Ca'rab'lle
place with 22 paints: Stan La- Bobcat emblems. 13. The league was quite pleas. grades. A new middle! school recovering a fumble and pick
D.C. Carnes Coste and: Louie Kyle; and third Each den presented a skit relating ed to play at t this location: with for the Orange Park area Is also ed up a first down on the 23.
Nursery place with 20'2 points: Mrs.: to the origin! : and mythsof the beautiful" new facilities. a possibility! Pass interference was called on)
Hwy 100. Flora home 659-2165 Anna James and Mrs Joseph!, Halloween. Dens 1 and 3, DeWitt C. Jcnes.: our local Keystone' giving! the Devils a I
Nuiwery" Stock_- Thousands of pp '. the! Webelos. performed a short! team took one point from first down on the: 1. After! being
& skit, Palm Lanes of Gainesville stopped thy tried! a field goal
Plants Fruit Trees to choooe complete: with costumes ELECT .
from Shade! Trees. Evergreens that advanced the theory: that Gladys Tillls had high game of that was no: god: Keystone
Landscape Plants In containers NEWS FROM: ST. WILLIAMS: witches were wasting time in 178, while Neama: Nelson had took over and ran; out the clock
CAMELLIAS & AZALEASLet Members of the Altar Society the! :' efforts to frighten the high series of 586. The team's ence at FSU. with a 14-13 squeaker.
gave a rcr;:,.on for:: Father! "hippies." The: traditional combined efforts: totaled 3353. Mrs. Henry: Magann. of Jack. Two of the reasons: for Key HILDA T. RETB
Us Do Your LandscapingUSED Augustine Griffin: on: Wednesday Chinese cheer was given to FELLOWSHIP CLUB sonvllle. was a guest t this! weekof stone's troubles were 3 fumbles -
( evening.!! Oct. 23, in the them by the! audience, as a reward The regular covered-dish her parents Mr and Mrs and 60 yards in pnaltle: ,
r CARS Parish Hall, following tie: evening for: their: effort luncheon for the Fellowship George Schaeffev. Mary Ann Keystone I ld in rushing with REPUBLICAN NOMINEE YOUR
mass. Den 2 gave an interesting and Club will be held on Thursday was down to help her mother: 202 yards to 132. but were way
Hanks Used Cars Refreshment tables were educational documentary on Nov. .-.. at the Mascr.Ic: Hall. who has been feeling under the behind: In parsing! with 30 yardsto '
tastefully decorated: with: pink: the: origin of Halloween, and The luncheon will be served at weather for the! past week 167 for Cdrrabelle. Donnle COUNTY COMMISSIONER
BIG CASH DISCOUNT clots!: flower: arrangementsand received a ping-pong: : cheer from 12:30.: Mrs Herb Nelson returned Baker!! completed 4 out of ft
TERMSBUY silver accessories. the! audience Dr. Frank Philpott. professorof : home last week, after undergoing panes and had one Intercepted : DISTRICT 1
SELL TRADERT. Hostesses' for:: the party were Den: i-epared an imaginary: phylcal education at the surgery at Alachua General. and Jeff Baits pmted: twice
I. BOX 90 :Mrs. Leo LeBlanc Mrs. JC3t'JhWallace : witches! brt ''Mln't Mice I as a University of Florida, will be Lola reports that she Is feeling!: for an average of 3H.3 yards.
Hwy. 100. 8 Miles S. starke and: Mrs. Henry Srtu-: sr::1:1: n I -e-ccoked:: foods.: They the guest speaker.President much better, and is most appreciative Coach Bavless when: questioned : "Let's Get Off This Political Merry Go Round"In
ber. Fifty: parishioners: attend. were given a rain deer cheerby Ethel Weyman said of the cards, flowers after the game said "It'sjust '1\
CONCRETE ed the reception.! the audience!'" the nominating cmmlttee111: and visits she had during her great that's all Just
PRODUCTSINSIST Dirt: : forget:: that! Bingo Is Den Fathers Ollie Strlcklln submit the slate of officers for stay.Miss great" representing: clients as a Realtor, I am constantly ,
THAT ALL YOUR played every Friday evening at and Art K'.efer! presented 1969. Annual elections will be Carol Sterhenson and The Indians sow: hold: a 3-0-1 reminded of many ways in which our County
CONCRETE PRODUCTS the Parish Hall at 7:30.: The awards to the following: Webelosof : held at the club's December 12 roomate from: FSU spent the record for the season. GO, INDIANS may be improved. Of course, progress i is inevitable
Jackpot, which Is now quite meeting. All members weekend visiting: : Carol's par. !
ARE THE BEST FROMEdward's : Dens 1 and 3: Bill St lcklln, are ug.ed : !
large, awaits a lucky winner: aquanant athlete: Neal Cannon, to attend. ents. Mr .and Mrs Les Stepherson. Junior Indiana
Building Mrs. Jchn: Sullivan, chairman forestry, sportsman: : Mark Kie- JUNIOR'OIA: 'S 'CLUBIt : of Lake Geneva. Boll Spud tera The people in Clay County deserve honest, efficient -
of the rummage sale held by fer citizen. artist: Kevin Ban. wa brought to :our attention R, L. Bridges of Lake Geneva Rlc Wheeler intercepted!: a Hastings government based on a strict code of eth
the church on Friday that! the returned last weekend and ran 43 yards for ,
Supply, Inc. and Sat non: sc"olal'IlIk": : Spltze, aquanaut t report en who was pass :
urday of last week, and memo : : Bruce Bleasdale.! aquanaut sponsoring: t the annual: PTA from a 3-week hunting trip in one of Keystone Junior: Var- ics.
726 S. Main 372.4844GAINESVILLE bers of the Altar Society: who : and Leon: Rldau ht, aquanaut. Halloween Carnival was ambiguouS South Dakota. Mr. Bridges reports sitv's two touchdowns:: as they It will be an honor and a privilege to serve
FLA. served as !her committee members So that we will not offend that he and !his party were defeated the Hastings J, V.'s
w.sh to thank: all resl- A trip! to the! fin !hatchery at anyone, we wish to make pleased to get their limit on 120. you!
WATCH REPAIRS dents who supported their efforts Welaka this more lucid. The Junior! pheasants Rick Pared. went around :
on November 16 and a P. S.-I LIVE I IN DISTRICT ONE: !
Christmas tree outing! on December Woman's Club, as a service' to Miss: Marilyn: Bridges Is feel. left end for 3t yards for: the
TEEING OFF 16 the community will organizethe Ing much better after suffering second TD for the! junior: : In
Anthony Crawford O.n Saturday evening, the soc. pared for all are Cub nbelna: Scouts. pre- carnival with all proceeds from a severe dog bits, last dians. Again 'the PAT was no i f 0 l it /-(Pal.,Adv. Paid Fag by Hflita), T. Nclli) 1s.ih.

Watch Repair ial committee and several club The" father-son: protect: the going to the Keystone Heights week. Needless!! t to: say Marilynwas good and they went on to win '. S., .
members pooled: :: their: uncanny construction of an Indian windmill PTA. As in years past, it Is not: pleased with the fact ,,,io.n last Monday night '" -, ".. ,,, ,",.' 0 "
Service humor: Ingenuity: and Thespian! will be on: d'splay at the! still a PTA-spc-cored activity. that It was her own dog that!
abilities: t to: honor: their pin Nov. 21 pack meeting HERE .V THERE caused the injury
AH Makes and Models Les Stsphe.-son, with a belated Cub Scant: Pack 305 Is being Mr and Mrs. George Mlhalek. We were sorry: to learn that
PHONE 471-4219 surprise: birthday party. A spec sponsored: this! year by St. An of Vista, Calif., are!! house Alex Brokas' father passed
Keystone Heights Fla. ial feati-re of the! party was a ne's Episcopal: Church, with guests this! week of Col. and away two weeks ago Alex and \ Re elect.
Hlway 100. 2V4 ]Miles East of presentation of a skit entitled, Gay C. Livingston: as the Institutional Mrs. Jim Chesjlngton. his mother returned last Mon. .
Keystone Heights This: Is Your: Life!" Many of :: Representative.' : Thisyears Jim Zowarka spent the first day to Keystone.: Our sympathy
the! humorous anecdotes: were of the week attending a confer- !Is extended ti the family. \
officers
are: : Frank Bailey
Watch for Sign In Front of
shared with .,lI.'
the! skit committee ?
House 'headed:t by Charlie! McGlave'' by Cub Master chairman; Art: Jack Klefer.Bannon trees:: : ................. SHERIFF '- ,':: ) ,J
Les' wife Fran tI"' A
urer.: ; Carl Darclen
secretary: "
On Saturday and Sunday of Edwin Bennett: theme chair-: : Nell's Beauty Shop : ,. l .

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VOTE DEMOCRATIC ON NOV. 5 Nell MELROSE.and Rene Invite FLA.You

REGULAR HOURS .

SUPPORT YOUR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES TUESDAY 9.00 THRU TO 5:00 SATURDAY: : Murrhee

CLOSED MONDAYS ,
NATIONAL STATE COUNTY
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Open Tuesday and ThursdayEvenings r
PRESIDENT.
HUBERT II. HUMPHREY
by Appointment Only

VICE-PRESIDENT -- EDMUND S. MUSKIEU. PHONE 475.5285"If Dear Citizens:

S. Senator-Leroy Collins U. S. Representative--Don Fuqua your hair isn't becoming to you you shouldbe As Sheriff of Clay County, I want to express to you my personal

coming to us!1" appreciation for allowing me to serve you for the past four

ALL JUDICIAL NOMINEESJoe : .................. years. I want you to know I am interested in !serving; you as

Boyd, James C. Adkins, Jr., Vassar B. Carlton, Sam Spector, Martin Sheriff and I would be pleased if you would visit the County

Sack, Lamar Winejfart, Jr., Ed Austin, Lou Frost. ect Sheriff's Office to become personally acquainted with the accomplishments

Commissioner Florida Public Service Commission Jess YarboroughALL Glenn- ALLREDCLAY in the past four years such as:


COUNTY NOMINEES 1. REDUCED CRIME RATE AND ABSENCE OF MAJOR

Clerk of Circuit Court Sheriff County Judge CRIME (DESPITE THE ENORMOUS INCREASE IN
COUNTY SCHOOL CRIME THROUGHOUT THE NATION)
GEORGE L. CARLISLE JENNINGS MURRHEE THOMAS: J. RIVERS
2. EIGHT FULL TIME DEPUTIES
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Supt. Public Instructions Judge Small Claims Court BOARD 3. FIVE MARKED PATROL CARS

JESSE P. TYNES, JR. JAMES T. NORTON 4. TWENTY-FOUR HOUR PATROLING OF THE
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COUNTY
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Tax Assessor Tax Collector Sup. of Elections _
t, 5. \OLUNTEER TWENTY-THREE MAN MOUNTED
LOUISE G. SMITH E. WAYNE GEIGER S.D. "Sam" SAUNDERS c; 'Don't PATROL, TRAINED TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENTON
,:;t SPECIAL ASSIGNMKNTS: AND EMERGENCIES

COUNTY COMMISSIONERSDistrict 6. TRAINED DEPUTIES WIIO HAVE COMPLETED
COURSES AT THE FLORIDA LAW ENFORCEMENT
1 District 3 District 5 -f: ACADEMY JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY -

HOMER L. NEWELL OLIN S. HOWARD, JR. L. II. "Lanny"LANCASTER '!; OF GEORGIA AND IN A CONTINUED TRAINING
PROGRAM

7. STATE AND NATION-WIDE TELETYPE.
MEMBERS BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONS '
Please check my record for the past four years as your Sher
District 2 District 4 iff. I will continue to serve you in the future in a fair, honest

J. GLENN ALLRED LEON A. BAXLEY and impartial manner.I .

appreciate the support you have given me and wish your
JUSTICE OF PEACE -- Dist. 1. LOIS ANN KNIGHT. Dist. 2. L. E. continued support and inspiration, we can keep Clay County safe
"Ben" GREEN. Dist. 3. ALLEN EUGENE TAYLOR. Dist. 4. E. L. GambleWith and truly a good place to live.Sincerely.

JONES, Jr. Dist. 5. JOYCE SWEAT ARBUTHNOT
yours,
Your Child's Education
CONSTABLES Dist. 1. ROLAND R. BROOKER. Dist. 2. E. D. CARTER Ttlurrhee
JR. Dist. 3. FRANK CARTER. Dist. 4. WILLIAM J. DERMODY. !Jennings t
Dtet. 5. HENRY BOHANNON. Every child In Clay County deserves the best qualified!

sad experienced person available to serve on your SHERIFF, CLAY COUNTYPaid
School Board. Vote for GLENN ALLRED on Nov. 5\\
'** CLAY COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ***

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FOURTEEN THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHSTABKEFLOBIDACT!:
1... 1e66
r YTY..T.. ..y..y.MELROSE. ter, Nancy Suzanne. 7:JO until 9:00: p.m. house, and ghost stories. Refreshments -'
Mr and Mrs. Rick Hayes Parents and anyone else who were served by: Mrs NEWS NOTESBy Xmas Mailing

visited her parents Mr and is interested is Invited to at Wilbur Sapp Mr. O. E. Reed. Helen Ktan
Mrs. Douglas PoppeU in Quincy tend. It will be an opportunity Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe and Mrs. VOICE ot theSPORTSMAN
over the weekend. to observe the work that has Blckel. Deadline

By Joyce Bow Miss Carolyn: Tison and Mr. been done at the school and to Please remember that the EASTERN STAR fi"

and Mrs.: Bobby: Tlson of Gainesville meet the teachers.' "little Spooks" will be out On November S the Chapter I AnnouncedChristmas
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birthday
f .VAU County wlU celebrate! its eighth By MIKE CHITTY
Ferrell. Putnam .
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Carey If
and :MiM Ruth Fagan of Thursday night you must .
Mr. and Mr. Larry Price of Palatka visited Carolyn's and School: Superintendent, an-1 drive through town that night, with a special program arranged Phone 475-2171 '', mailing deadlineswere

Crandln are parents of a nine Bobby's parent! Mr. and :MI'!!. other members! of the B'lard of be very careful you don't hit by Worthy Matron Pad .' -= announced: t this week by

pound baby boy borla'St: Dock Tlson. Education will be present. one as they rush from house::>> to dy Gllrls. Postmaster T. C. Hazen! Jr.

weekend in Falatka :Memorial Mist Glenda Oamblee. daughter Refreshments: will be served.. house for candy."Happlneti HOMEMAKERS CLUB Suggested deadlines for
Hospital. Material: grandparents of Mr and :Mrs Tom Chant UNICEF PARTY Winners" :Mrs. Ann Sumptsr'! and Mrs. Hi. :sports fans, the news this strikes' he will turn it loose Christmas gifts to servicemen

are Mr. and ':Mrs Many blee celebrated !tr' 14th birthday There will! bs! a party for n. Announced Marguerite Quagllano: will represent week is no news at all hardly Shortly after we started trolling. e-taticned in foreign countries

Grainger of Ol'andPater,1ft1! at her! home Sunday. dents who::>> "trick or treat" fr Winners were announced last the Keystone Commun, If I hadn't been doing some Roy began telling us are: Large packages via boat
Homemakers Club at the: where: we were going::>> to have
grandparents are Mi, and Mia. Stanley A. Rising.! !: Jr., son of UNICEF Thursday night fret: week in the "What HappinessIs" ity fishing lately, this would be the not later than Nov. 9: parcels
Jimmy Price of Melrose. Mr. retired U S, Army Colonel and 8:00 to 9:00: p,m. Games w')' ... contest held at Melrose Elementary November 6 Leadership Council world's:) shortest column. Because had strikes and when Uncle: Alfred under: S Ibs. airlifted on a.pace.avallable
and refreshments- meeting in Green Cove Springs.The of that cold snap we had a strike Immediately after basis, riot: later
and Mrs J Leslie Price ace Mrs Stanley A, Rising, has played School. .
be held at the Pa 'i'h monthly program which"they last week the fish! really knocked we got going so he released airlift
paternal great grandparents. been commissioned a second ed. It will The contest was for studentsIn than November 23: parcel
will present at the club his line and the Bass began
:Miss! Csmie: : King, daughterof : lieutenant in the U S. Air House. the fourth grade and was off. They were on tae: brush (regular postage pit's SI airlifted
Mr and Ms. :M. C King, Force! upon: graduation from Refreshments: wl'l be donnte.1: based on the TV production of meet11'111: "b'*! on the "Six piles last week, but they must Gripping off line. Well he missed aU the way' not laterthan

and James Wise :have anioun-: Officer Training! !" School 2 at hrhwc'ie: '* in this area. Baber" which was shown last Shopping Sins. have left, at least a lot of them: that cne. he just dldn dosomething Dee U,
COMMUNITY: CHURCHThe : just right. It wasn'tvery
ced plans to marry in November Lackland Air Force Base, Texas week. In addition::>> this year a fast
GIRL SCOUTS:; : Rummage Sale was not did.Uncle long before had had another -
First place winner was PhilipCourtney Alfred Hudson! of U. S. cargo ship has been designated
Some of the members of Girl continued: last weekend in orderto trlke.', this! time he set
Mr. end :Mrs Jerry St!-.son The members of the JuniorWoman's who wrote'! : Gainesville! cam'! down for a "The'! 1968 Santa ClausSpecial"
are parents to a baby Kill who Cub: are' planting a Scout Troop No. 627 attendedthe "Happiness Is having your hsnor: : ::>> St Anne's: Episcopal; few days, and he and I did quitea the hook and It was him and which! : sails from: Oakland I
but will be continued the Bats. About 3 4 minutesof
Cadette Scout "Up With Church: sale! or
was born tvsd-esday. Oct 23, Bake Sale to be held! later In rights, and not being ruled. bit of fishing. Tuesday we Calif in November with
Art" exhibition and play at the: this weekend Nov 1-2, in hard fighting later, he landeda
went out to the brush pile but Christmas parcels for servicemen
In Alachua Geneva! Hospital.S'le Ha\ ember, And to live where you want. '
Civic Auditorium in Jacksonville the! former Murrhee insurance Bass fat weighed around 2 a
got there: '! too late, and dldn'tcatch in the Far East
we stationed
has been tamed Teresa The Woman's Club will meet The people in East Berlin::>> :
last Saturday. They also office behind: McKays. The'! successful pounds Even a small one can
Elaine :Mater lal grandcaients: Wednesday November: 6. It will nU have these' rights They: are anything. Tuesday after. This ship will stop at Da Nang
toured the' Children's Museum sale of Oct 17-19 was really give you trouble when
ate Mr aid: Mrs. Floyd Courtney b? a business moet'ng and will: ruled by Russia. They: have a noon we caught 2 Bass in the Qui Nhon. Cam Rahn Bay and
"Haunted House. due to the fine: chairmanship of you:: have all that line out be-
of New'erry Paternal be tie: last meting p:''e'lri-1! Vicki'Tison big! wall separating them from little lake on plastic worms. Saigon Vietnam: taking approximately
Wallace and the hind! !a trolling boat.
Those attending were :Mrs Dsnna::
grandparents: are Mr. and Mis. o'eby :Mrs Wlt'1erpot"Th' freedom. It Is not fun to live Wednesday morning we caught three weeks to
Debbie Box Gay Singleto volunteer lurch: Women serving Before too: much longer Roy
W. O, Stinsan! of Gai'esv'lle.Mr : new president will be announced there: 19 specs on Griffin's brush pile. make the trip. Patrons desiringto !
and Helen MInton, M.S. as salesladies. told us that he was going to
i : went
and :\11'J David Hlinant : at t this! meeting But sometimes' one doesn't: Wednesday afternoon send! parcel via this ship
Bock Than and: Mrs Billy S:n- The annual Bazaar cha'.imanand have a strike, where and when.
ole master himself.Roy : .
out with "San
and r'Uldren of Middlebutg- Duplicate Bridge believe what the other: believesand should mark the package :
ited t tseir! parents. M:', and M.-s. Winners: of t':>e DtmlIc-' gleton accompanied the: girls they still get along." Church: Women are focusing Griffin. First, we went out Sure enough when we reached ta Claus Special" Just below: the
the:' attention and work that spot his reel handles began
NEWSTwentysix : on
CHURCH :
Albeit H'.ruant: and Mr. and Bridge! Club were! : tied for f"vt! Ruinev-up was Kiss Patricia to catch shiners, which: is a feat stamps. Parcels for this special
young people of the: home: stretch' for the banner how back)::g up. He let the fish runfor
:Mrs. Howard lVcnl and other Mis. Ray Becker end M-p. PV.iKiomei !' Ridaught who wrote: lt elf. You have ta know trip should be mailed pa'lol.toNov
.,, the Ellhm Baptist! went o.n a bazaar on December 4. much bread to::>> use. 'iRoy uses what seemed to be S minutes ,
relatives last weekend.Mr Mrs R, P. G' 9d' "Happiness Is to know that 9.Letter.
ride theChurch. Them: for the: bazaar will be! 'but was really 13 to 23
hay sponsored by
aid :M.s Yeoman of San and Mrs E. B, Go's: : :M's It'aHillyer you are loved by everybody and juust a tiny! pinch of bread, and size mall will receive
Holiday House of Gifts and seconds! >l. and then he stood up
Saturday night: After
Mrs. R. and : that: presses it firmly on the beck of about the service as during
Mateo visited M:: and Mrs John: St'a: wn. they cue about you. To same!
tiding around for a while they the following: booths: will b'* included and put his whole: body into setting
hair-hook: i and when to pull
the
:M Cason Fildav :2nd.! : Mis. W J. G'd'ck: and know they like you enough: : to :) non-peak periods
his
went to t the home of Mr. andMi's : Handwol'k'Chr'stmasStitcher' hook. Before long he
:Mr and :Mrs Hoi Aiiowsmlth Mis S, P. Sa-hoff.:> 3id. share with you and to help you them in. Before trying to catch Postmaster Hazen! urged all
W P. Duncan. J:.. where i: Flower and Flower had brought another> Bats
must chum them
spent Sunday in Jack'onville OPEN HOUSEThere When you get in trouble.: Because shiners you Starke citizens to mall within!
'
they enjoyed bonfire and Ar.-Mgemsnts ''Mistletoe Florist that would range: around 2'j
visiting! his sis'ir! aid b'ofiei- will be an "Ooen: a when you are happy you up. This .s done by wetting apiece these deadlines to be assured
i.: Mrs. Santa's Kitchen! pound
)ln-law. .Mr and M.-s. DavidHtlton House' at Metro? Elementary weiner roast know: !it.These t. : of light bread and scat.ternll' of on-time Christmas delivery.The : .
The G. A.'s of the Baptist! Shop; Elves Shrives' I toys': After a few minute, -Rov
of
the top
rock across
: and their baby daugh School Thursday: No1 1 from entries have been sent a deadline in domestic
Santa's Surprse'f'ta; < : pond and called and caught his second
Church attended the Santa Fe the water. After' you've done
fo Random House, sponsors of service Is tentatively set forDec.
.... ............... Associational Meeting of O. A.'s the contest in New York, surprise packages: ': Decorations tt'ls :vou sit and wait for thesler' one. exactly where: and when 2 for d'start' states and
at Antioch! Baptist Church inLaC1'oS : ''holly decor and arts! ': the :he said It would happen. I missed -
t ta start hitting
:
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where they: will be judged with local area not later than Dec
Arts & Crafts lIday bouti- the only: strike I had. because -
last :::
Thursday night. bread: : When you get a bite 'use
winners from the 14 for parcel deliveiy!
: OfKinu Twelve from seven other! Plants 'rolns; ttla gieen- my line hung up on my
To The Voters : gills Melrose attended schools !in the United Statesparticipating ;! que : a 1 light pole, with line small All greeting cards should be!'
htWhite Elephant; 'Ka'hK'lngle reel. Is was only a few short
:
: T.iev: were accompanied: sl.t-Jhot, a small piece' of cork
in the In the mall by Dec 16. Hazen
>!ey Lake l1elanorelcHae: by Mrs Thelma Preston Mrs : will be judged progiam.Entries Mildly: : Thrift Sioppei: : .; Bakery aid! a hair-hook: ). you must minutes before one of SantaFe's said.
Diane ''Holiday: Delights. famous "fiom; out of no
Keystone Heights Tison. Mrs. Thelma by content. raise! him out of the water slow
Dampier Mrs. Carrie Eland During: : the morning: the Hoi!* and gently, because! they are where" storms came up and

and Mrs Pat Dougherty. ...TY..y.y y...r clav Horse Tea Room will feat. ea-:' to hurt. Remember: never me sed up our fishing i

: BILL DERMODY 0 Members! of the MYF of the tire a social t-together! : before keep' jour shiners out of water Though: our fishing! trip was

4 United Methodist!! Church are INDIAN BEACH and after lu-.c'ioi: : :: time any longer than you have to, short It was informative and

Vote happy to report a successful This annual bazaar has beena they'll! die very shortly! out of we came home with 3 Bass that -BAPTIST
Will Appreciate Your spaghetti suupper was held Satin program fcr the: building water would average about: 2'j pounds

For Constable 4th District 'uday night.: They would like (Lak: **... Fe) fund of the new sanctuary and: After we !had around a dozen 'which! U best eating size'. My First Baptist Church Rev

to take this opportunity to Byi MlcliA H. CbMr' amex building Additions are shine:'s. we set out for the Bass hat gees off to Roy Griffin He Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sunday .
thank PL "11111tAAAAAAAA..AA.AA. nded in the : sa.future, and: certainly knows this ole lake School, 9:45: a. m Worship -
: CLAY (OI'NTY: everyone who helpedmake : : : We. began: t0111ng'eal slow,
it successful ._ more! property: added to the slow enough for our shiners: : towlm like t the back of hit: hand. 7:30 Services. 11 a. m. and

15: Yeiirs La\\ Enforcement: Experience A Halloween party was held complex::>> /* fl'et'lWe were using alI :My grandfather Hubert Chitty : p. m. Training Onion,
Sunday night for the Sunday Off with the air conditioners! The general meeting of : ( Eagle Claw hook and hook- and his nephew Fred Johnsonof 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for

,(Pd. Pwl.. Adv.). : School Classes of the: United On with the heaters I That's: Church: Women will\ b- held\ hiy through! the lips: Roy uses Staike went fishing out from all services.

Methodist\ Church: About twenty what we were doing last week, November B, and the Trusteeson aol: belt casting reel with 20 Sikes' Camp at the north end of
CATHOLIC
.................. youngsters enjoyed bobbing for cool when weather we got this our first year.: taste It '!felt of November 3. round test line becaust.", the Lochloosa recently and caught St. William's Church Sunday
!apples? a trip through the spook Remember to patronize the line U released the Instant a 6 Bas! that weighed an aveiageof !
--
pretty good to you: rolling reporter Mass. 9 a. m Wednesday
Bazar WckDp: eacidn.'s: Bass trikes. which is very im 3 pounds Saturday my
for a change in the day at 10 and the and Palma Mass and Novena 7pm.
RE-SCIIEDULED BECAUSE OF HURRICANE GLADYS aim enjoy pc:'tant. If the Ban feels any grandfather Hubert
weather)! until Otis Melto.n andI fellowship of ucking: : together: tension on the line wen: he Oii'tty and went out ti Santa COOIUSITl'IIl'IH'U:

had to.slt out In it at the 11..' 'j sic'.nl: ham (cad\ "...cl-! Fe' a-cl caught around 12 015 Sunday Schsscl.:: 9-111: .1, mMsnilng ,

football gam! l.n Keystone: last ifV:
DEMOCRATICEALLY Filday. At least it felt like PERSONALS : S'r:;? 's b.Tther Due t to::>> their Hubert and Alfred went: back : Bll !aa?:'sl>, at 7 pm. .
football weather out t ere. And M-.s. :irub'l'tv': to: r.ttsvl\ : l tie ftme.alf : !! at and .. P-issnl Car (.I'ecloH.I '
I ::
flita slurp feethouse9 ranged
weal'eIlk: that, means it toncrcd cawswon't nom
a
Sir. Sipe'c! ;ItInIaw.t who t 7 Bais that Communion. Sun.lny: In ends
be long before the Specs Maiming on: Oct. 23 at her new met a Eagle! death! : !in a file 3 to 5 pounds quarter.! uW

will start biting: good. Now.let's home on Citrus Ave Circle ;3 last month: t'i's: !' second visit: was! Giiffln's Lodge feast shore er Seivice. 7-30: ,-RLeo.i' : F.

look at the news members: v-ith M::s. Kelly Ol'e*. made now. Santa Fe' was the only campto Mnn r. pastor
$ Wednesday:! my mother: took son as airman: arranged: the: Mi's. E. A Dempsey and report any: fl'hlng news and EPISCOPAL

MI'!. Whitehead: over to the: party for Mrs. Stltchbei'ry. M.-s: F L. Stephens;! have rev there's: really not much due to Reg

Medical Center for a checkup. who has been a leader! and turned prom a summer vacation the cool snap.Tuesday Roy William I. Jones .

BARBECUE CHICKEN DINNER 5 -1 P. M.MTl'RDAY Her Orthopedic doctor discharged : member of the only morning at heir summer! homes in the Griffin caught 40 Specs on thebrush Communion, 8 a,, Vicar m. every Holy
her and said he thought that: circle: for several years. The: North: Carolina mountains. : pile. Thursday he caught Sunday First
Sunday
Holy
I she had made a remarkable: ie- party;! was In the guise of a Miand: Mrs. Frank Pilce 6. a 4 and a 2 pound Bass, and Communion, Sam, and 9:30
:
covery from her fall. Also on \\orkihop session.! Special guests celebrated! their:! o'Jth'! : wedding 28 Specs all on the brush pile. a. m Second, third and fourth

NOV. 2 TELEVISION Orange Park Hig.h School Wednesday, my uncle and aunt, were Mrs: Lean Mllner:! wife of anl\eisa-y: on Sunday. Oct 27, Friday, he caught 45 Specs on Sundays- Morning Prayer --

Clara and James Sullivan: of the pastor: Mis. Roy::>> Turknett Congratulations! the! brush pile. 33 of which were 9:30: a. m. Evening! Prayer
Wllllston. came up to spend the pies'd'nt: : of tie: Church: Women: : Mrs. Olive Stephens! and Mrs caught:: in the! afternoon: The Sunday, 7
p m. Holy Pays:
Given away MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN day and had a shrimp! supper and Mrs: Ernest! :McLean, bazaar :Mobs) Husbands recently rev Specs will probably start biting will be announced.
with us. My uncle is recuperating : chairman! tinned from a ten-day visit better shortly:> after our: weathers

from surgery. Saturday Miss Le lie Beam will! be with: Mrs Helen Gerald in tt1es down. W'!! had a mess of LUTHERAN

Meet and Visit with your Democratic Candidates afternoon, my grandparents: home this( weekend from. Mon Maiysvll'! '!' Tenn. fieh I Specs the other night, ;Urine Worship, li a. m

Palma and Hubert Chitty of treat College, N. C. Her guests:; G. E. Wigg'ny! : who was hospitalized and believe\ me, they were de Sunday Holy Communion 2nd

Starke came down and spent will\ t be I'ss: Janet Cscaiman' following:> a fall last licious. Sunday. Services held tads l
CLAY COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE the'! weekend with us. Also::>> down of Ne'v Jersey, wIs: : a student week, returned! home! Monday:! The only hunting report I

visiting Saturday afternoon was ft lend p.t the college. Fortunate! he suffered! only have Is that of A B. Howard of Sunday l Church.at. St. Anne's Episcopal ; ; I
Rlrbard ,
Meyer
Judy and Bob Olenny of The: William Pir.ons hay! re- bruises but no t broke: bon'!s. Starke, Bill Few and son.: Hubert miniater.

Starke. turned: from their annual visit Col Harry Hartley of Aika- of Keystone Heights, and

Sunday night Dee and Betty to their: native home: at Leroy, clelrhla, Ark. a winter visitorin : my father got 12 doves last Sat

Morris, former Indian Beachltes Orlando was a weeke.id visIt ul'day.faYbe: the cooler weather 1"

IT'S TIME TO THIHK" dropped by for a visit and Kan.M:: and: Mrs Clarence Sipe :::. of Mrs. Nell!! Grayson.M.s will bring more birds in. Fairness to All-And Not

Edith Johnson with whom they have returned from: their second' : Marguerite Giennon hiImPI'lv After this Saturday. dove season & Chosen Few. Ralph Tho-

were visiting came along The visit t to \1eoo'vllle: : Pa., where !':K f:om a recent illne will be closed for a couple of mas Has Proven Himself

Morrises now live in Tallahas 's aid !s staving! at the homeof weeks. to Be An Impartial Judge.

see. modeling that has been done in' her cousin :Mrs Ruth Chlwn.: Well! sports fans, that's all
a TIME Mrs Techla McOrlff of Jacksonville the past few months Bro Tom who: U enl",vlnj a family rev the news room I have for this Vote Thomas for Small

( __ spent a few days the Moore the Secretary of the union: !'i Ill'ncs! ar.d: Wisconsin. week. I hope you'll all get out Claims Judge of Clay

I __ first of the week with her Southern Baptist Conventionwas At this wilting, Mrs. Marge and try these Specs this week County.Pd. .
mother: Mrs. H. T, Smith and guest speaker. The service Tracy was ecfcy uled: to under. cause you don't know all the

TO VOTE Mrs. Ruby Wolfe Thursday., ended with dinner on the go surgery; Monday in Clav Me- fun youie mining till you Pol. Ad by Ralph], L.
Mis. Wolfe daughter and soninlaw grounds, with delicious south mortal::>> Hospital Green: Cove catch those rascals biting! just Thomas
Mr. and Mrs W. V. Ar- ern cooking Bro Bob Grey of ::IJII.i .;.. right So. until next week. I'll Rep.

On November the 5th you the go and children. D:'ma and Jacksonville, (who formerly .say Goodbye and good luck!

voters of Clay County, will go to Billy, of Macon, Ga. arrivedfor preached in Hampton Baptist
A a visit. Mr. and :Mrs X. M.
Church) with
was us Sunday
the polls' to cast your ballot ac- .
Smith and family of Starke joined
night to bring the
message,
cording to your own convictions. ,
them: for supper Thursdaynight. and
.help us with our dedica
Regardless of your preferenceon .

the national tickets you must Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker tion.Well folks, believe it or. not, ELECT

remember that good government and sons of Jacksonville'! are that's all the news we could getup

begins at home. To have good visiting Mi's. Helen Walker and That cool weather really

home government you must vote Mr. and Mrs C. F. Shawvev. put a damper on things, because '. .I

for the best qualified candidates.My Mr. and Mrs. M' J. Johns: of everyone stayed home Lawton 6.Thomas ,

22 years of engineering and Jacksonville were down over trying to keep warm I guess. t4
the weekend their J JI
trying luck at
estimating in the constructionfield As you can see, cool weather is
fishing. bad news in business. As I
my
than for
more qualifies me
Paul, Lee and
Gregory long as people stay home, I
the office of County Commission
Strandberg of Jacksonvillespent
don't have much to writs about. /Ei '
District No.3. I able to member the Volun
am of Middleburg last Sunday with his So this: week, you people! get j G
meet with, talk to, and deal with teer Fire Department. mother: Mrs. Jo Strandberg. out and visit your neighbors, I t y

architects, engineers, businessmen If you want a man who can Sunday afternoon they were visited imagine they have heat too. (Rep.) f !

and last but not least the organize and lead and will work by Mrs. Velma Leynes and This week I'm closing my tw

working man. for the good of all and return daughter of Gainesville. column with a short, but HOUSE of

For the past 10 months I have home rule to the people of Clay Mr and 'Mrs W. E. Kite meaningful poem that: was in

been serving District No. 3 as County, I sincerely ask that you were the at their lake home over our Church: bulletin. Even REPRESENTATIVESBAKER I
weekend
So many of our
Constable. elect though the author is unknown,
Commissioner
me your County
neighbors are here all summer I know h'!! must have been a
I am an active member of the District No. 3.
and then we don't see much of good person. In: times such as .o
Mlddleburcr: United Methodist I Invite to attend the
them
everyone In the! winter and miss we live in today, with people
Church Methodist Men's Associ bi-partlsan political rallies that them. saying "God is dead" or BRADFORD II

anon Mlddleburg Civic Association will be held throughout the coun Mrs. Holbrook of Plant City "There! really is no God", I 1 1'a (

He-organizer and Scoutmasty during the days preceding the spent the weekend: with her hope that you will receive'! the -* COLUMBIA

ter of Boy Scout Troop No. 412. election. There I will speak to daughter: and family. Betty and Inspiration that I did, by readIng -

a former member of the Orange; you and tell you of my plans for Roy Griffin and children. this poem.I CLAY
Park Lions Club and better Dr and Mrs. Kistler and see it in the flowing rain !*
. If! a very recent government in Clay County. friends of NASSAU
Orange Park spent
I see it stamped on hail and
f'' the weekend at Griffin's Lodge. snow. ,

VOTE NOV 5 AND WHEN YOU DO, VOTE FOR and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Mrs.Billy George Notgel' flow.I see it when the streamlets UNION


Brown and friends of Klngsley I see It In the clouds that soar,
Lake enjoyed a crab supper at I hear it when the thunder'sroar.
HERMAN SIMMONS the home of Pets and Joyce It's Time for a Change

Barton on Saturday and they: I see it when the morning


REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE(-Pd.COUNTY Pol. Adv)COMMISSIONER DIST. 3 In all Ova Starke'!took In Melton.Saturday the Shiners Grandmother night Dance I shines see ,,it when the day declines Vote THOMAS] on Nov. 5 r,


I Copeland and I were at the I see it !in the morning height

dedication service at the Hamp. I see it in the smallest mite. .(Pd. Pol. Adv.).
ton I
Baptist Church last Sunday, I see it everywhere abroad.

which was to dedicate the re- I feel-I know-there U a Ood. r rr.

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Not By Yourself Millions Of Americans Have Not Yet Decided


How They Will Vote Next Tuesday YouAnd- They Will Determine This Election




The Time For Decision



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Best For The State

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WHICH HAD YOU RATHER HAVE?.


Prosperity, full employment, high prices, and
to buy the things need
money you ordepression

NOT EVEN--unemployment A JOB! -no money perhaps For Your State For Your County For Your Nation -- For Yourself


Sure...those who "have it made and salted economy f suddenly went into a tail spin? ELECTORS &'>t
away" would like low prices low taxes The "haves" couldn't care less-they'd go For President O";; :
including NO INCOME TAX, because right on clipping their coupons or counting V ote and Vice-President O;;q.; FROM

their dollars' would double or triple in buytheir dividends-but you know the answer (Vote for Group) ./0"" .,fa
ing power in times of depression;; ... But for the rest of us-especially I If t'"you're old Republican Party
what about YOU, the so-called blue collar enough to remember the Depression Years HUBER H. HUMPHREY I THE

worker the farmer or the salaried of the 1930's. THE EDMUND For PresIdent S. MUSKIE --. -I X I
employee! --how would you get by It the For Vice-1'resident


Thia chart: shows how farm income h. U United CONGRESSIONAL States Senator COURTHOUSE
(Vote for one)
increased d during Democratic years LEROY COLLINS
(Dem)
and declined during Republican -
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years over the past half century Justice of the Supreme Court,

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A TO THE
JOE BOYD
Rep. \\/I1\\\ (Dem) [X

4._J I r- r...:;. Justice of the Supreme Court
JDem. D.m. Rep. Dem. Group 2 WHITEHOUSE
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JAMES C. ADKINS, J JR.
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What happens to the farmer affects the welfare Group 3
(Vote for one)
of every man, woman and child in Bradford County VASSAR B. CARLTON I XI
:e (Dem)
During the Republican years 1952 to Both low-income and middle-income STATE
1960,we had three job-killing recessions. families who couldn't afford college for their ON
But since 1960,under Democraticleadership < children were aided by scholarship grants set up LU Florida pubii's: ;: i : Commission
,we've had 90 consecutive months of by the Democratic leadership. ..,. (Vote forgone)
uninterrupted economic growth. FHA loans enabled more people to become ."
YARBOROUGH
JESS
Under the Democratic leadershlpofthe homeowners. ...... (Dem) XI I NOV.5th .
last eight years,our work force swelled to the And,in 1965,Medicare became a reality ---
Alember,
highest level in history.Unemployment for our older citizens. State House of Representatives
reduced to the I lowest rate in fifteen I years. Nixon's Republicans I in Congress Sixteenth House. District
And not only are more people working fought these programs every step of the way. -GENE SHAW' -
today.There are more good jobs from which So who can you trust to keep all these good TICKET (Dem) ( )X( t
to choose. things going?Only Democratic administration.
During these eight Democratic years,many Only Humphrey-Muskie. Member,
State House of Representatives
other goadthingswereaccomplished.
Seventeenth House District

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ONE MILLION SENIOR CITIZENS IN FLORIDA -- MANY IN GO FORWARD WITH THE

BRADFORD COUNTY -- SHOULD NOT VOTE FOR NIXON OR WALLACE AS DEMOCRATSOR ,

WOULD JEOPARDIZE A LIFETIME OF IMPROVED OR SLIDE

MEDICARE AND SOCIAL SECURITY LOOK AT THE RECORD WITH THE

AND THINK TWICE. G. 0. P.

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EVAP. MILK 7/$ i0KRAFT.


Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Purchase Excluding Cigarettes


Ac" MAYONNASE49ASTOR '


Limit 1 Shortening Your Choice With $5,00 or More Purchase Excluding Cigarettes



L -1 J SHORTENING 3 CAM 59 ;


No 2%Con THRIFTY MAID CUT

BEANS. 4/$1.
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No 303 Con THRIFTY MAID CUT

Tuna dc"'u!,BAY Fish 4/$1. I GREEN BEANS 6/$1.

No 303 Con THRIFTY M"O"&
No. 300 Can THRIFTY MAID PORK(&
WK CORN 0..00.00 6/$ I O

B e a n s. No 303 Con THRIFTY MAID 3 Sv. ANo

300 Can THRIFTY MAID TOMATO LARGI PIA5..8/I.

Sauce. 5/$1. No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID
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No 30'c".mM.O, SPiNACH. . . .. /$1. .
No n' Con THRIFTY, MAID, SWEET

NO'03C""mM.o. POTATOES 4/$1.
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10'Ao. THRIFTY MAID ALL FLAVORS Bean, Clvcktn, 4 Ra., .c >
.. Cut Beets 8/$1. VEGET. SOuP.:. : 'fomoloS" 1.

THRIFTY 46 01. THRIFT AID SWEET OR
Gr :oimas 6/$1. lfN'oJUICE I 3/$1.

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15-oz.: Size NYQUIL EX..A : EX.TR : EX.-R.ltt. : EX.--A :
; I ..1.11.''n NLNNI GRIIN N..MM STAMPS_..... : I d7/..n./.._GREEN....'_STAMPS_.......... :, I I dx n_GREEN...._STAMPS MLWNY : I J.x... GREEN STAMPS. :
CO UGH S Y R U P..1.19 r '..ot.rxa. :1 :1 M.VWrY.. NNYWIY i
7.oz.
WANT.U.TNO riAVOKAccent 0.Oti.Black CAN Pepper VISCMIKS : Coffee If.OZ.JAW CreamerOOD AITOM : i CAM FINN CHAMPLIMON :
Furniture" Polish
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8'or. BORDEN NEUFCHATEL LOW CALORIE
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P CREAM HIEESE..29'

1 Lb.
i CHEESE 69.
j SPREAD.......
10.Counl PILLSBURY EXTRA LIGHT OR BALLARD

l S CAN BISCUITS...... 4/39*

10 o[. KRAFT STIR PACK VARIETY PACK OR
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7 /, +I SHARP CHEEE..69

/ QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-f RICES GOOD THRU NOV. 3
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a USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED ROUND BONE _

Round Steak 'a. .at Sh'Id. Roast 'a. 79t : ._._._ ._._.

USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN FED W.D BRAND CORN FED BEEF .

Club Steak. .a. $109' Short Ribs. 'a. 49t /_ __ .___ __' _

USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED W-D BRAND CORN FED PLATE '

teak 5t Stew 3 .... 9tt a XTI.

USDA CHOICE WD BRAND CORN FED 9S LbL BRAND GROUND CHUCK OR ALL MNN.NrNI, NN s.rON
b.I'RI n TO N' IN.'."
t $ 99 ....trw-*TEMU.-Y.N11...rA.r1...
w *r 'HINT*:O"O 11 .
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U.S. No. 1 REGULAR(20( -Lb. Ba9..990, ) ASTOR TK.Rol Thing*FIA.((12 o[. CoM..3/U)o-ox.Can.POTATOES. .

.. 1 10 BAa 59' S ORANGE JUICE6/$1.


RED ALL PURPOSE APPLES 5 BAG LB. 69 MEAT PIES) :':... 5/$1.

GOLDEN BANTAM ft 2-Lb. Plo.THUNDERBOLT BRAND BREADED SHRIMP

FANCY CORN 8 EARS 59 CHUNKEESMORTON ...... $1.99
YOUNG A TENDER All FLAVORSCREAM

STRING BEANS. 29* r PIES... .3/l.

FRESH FIRM HEADS MORTON PUMPKIN ORMINCE
CAULIFLOWER..EA39'* PIES. 3/l.
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FRESH FIRM WAXEDU.S. MORTON APPLE.COCONUT O*PEACH

RUTABAGAS 10* FRUIT PIES 3/l.
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1 Poly Bog DIXIANA GIMK PKM Baby Limon So ck.Bloom.MuV.gNL, ;

POTATOES ..... 3-39* ., GREEN BEANS 2/l.:
1 lib. Boi OCEAN SPRAY Ouotli RICH
CRANBERRIES 39* COFFEE RICH. 2/$ 10
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No. t YELLOW(Sib. Bog..39i) nib.Poly Bog FRENCH FRY
ONIONS..3 LB.BAO. 2'' itOES..4/I.

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TH1E! BRADFORD COUNTY TELKCMAPM.!: OTAHKE.. P'I.ORID\
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W..YYY.YYYYWY. .Yp.., County Hospital in Starke. Mrs. Lee who at this writing is In and familY. Saturday evening.Mr. cent, compounded semiannually Area Vocational Techntcal Center ,i
Phillips is the former Ann the Bradford County Hospital. and Mrs. Homer Brinson Freedom SharesRedeemable if held to maturity of 4tt in Starke Classes will be CASH REGISTER PAPER-Natlonal ''
THERESSA Packham. Congratulations: also Wednesday evening guests of and Mrs. Jessie Chasteen had years. held from 8 a. m to 12 noon, Cash Roister<< and all oth-
to :the grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clovers dinner at Silver Spring' Tues Freedom Shares may be purchased and from 6 to 10 p. m. Interested er models. Bradford CountyTelegraph. ,
Mrs. J. D. Phillips and Rev. settle were his sisters, Mrs. "'Y. At Local Outletsv. on the Payroll Savings persons may contact the U
Mills I
By Dorothy and Stella Manlre and Mrs. Freda .'Mr.. D. Plan where work
and Mrs. Merle Packham Mr. and J. GrUfts. you or over Center In Starke. 984-6150.
Phone 473-451S the treat-grandparents.! Mr. and Temple of Jacksonville.MM. David and Cheryl; Mrs. Rhoda H. Northcutt of Tampa the counter at your bank-In 1
A A A. aAAa Mrs. Clyde Hall of Theressa, James' Davis and her bamplsr Mrs. BeT adlne Zeig State Chairman for U. S. Savings combination with Series E
and John D. Chesser of Miami. cousin Mrs. Robert Cox. recently ler and Mrs. Pauline Sears attended Bonds, reports that recent Bonds of the same or larger
Hope Baptist! Church Birthday Dinner visited Mrs. Davis tie Thrower family re- legislation! permit' the redemption denomination. They must beheld j
Sunday School. 10 a.m.; Happy Birthday (Oct. 28)) to mother. Mrs. Marlon.Goann. at union at Baldwin Sunday.Mr. of Savings Notes (Freedom for one :year !before they jI
Morning Worship 11 a.m:; Mrs. J. D. GrUfls. whose family (Macclenny. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Herseyof Shares) in the same manner as .may be redeemed, jI
Training Union 6:30: p.m.; surprised her with a birthday and Mrs. Davis Cindy and Gainesville visited 'Mr. and Series E Bonds.Formerly PEACE OFFICER I I
Evening Worship. 7:15: p.m.: dinner On Saturday. Those attending Jimmy were at Perry for the Mrs. Lanshi Kersey and Mr. Freedom Shares., TRAINING COURSE J
Wednesday evening Prayer Ser to help :her observe the Florida Forestry Festival. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. had to be forwarded to a Federal TO START NOV. 4 J
vice, 7:30: p.m.; with choir day were Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Child Friday evening. Reserve Bank or the Treasurer Psac9 Officer Training to- I
practice after the service.! Zeigler: Lt. and Mrs. Joseph and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Great- John Kersey visited friendsIn of the United' States for meet basic law enforcement requirements -> a 1i ,
Sunday School attendance was Zeigler; and Mr. and Mrs. Don rex were in Gainesville Sundayto Live Oak Sunday. redemption. will atn-t t Monday, i ,I
81 this Sunday. ald Northcutt Rupert and Ran visit Mrs. Child's! sister! Mrs. Miss Carol Ann GrlffU was Chairman Northcutt points Nov. 4 at the! E.i'adfrd.t1n1: I
New Life Bible Club dy of Gainesville; W. T. Zelg.ler Tom Young. Sunday luncheon: guest of Mr. out that this new legislation ...
The New Life Bible Club toe' of Orange Park; Mrs. Her- Sunday visitors of Rev. and and Mrs. Herbert Cloversettle.' makes Freedom Shares an even CHURClt O"F m&VS CHRIST:
children in grades 1 through 6. nadine Zeigler and Mrs. Pauline Mrs. Merle Packham were Mrs. Saturday visitors of Mr. and more attractive companion to OF LATTER-DAT !SAINTS
meets each Monday afternoonafter Sears of Miami. who were Packham's brother-in- law and Mrs. E. S. Slbley were Mrs. Series E. Bonds. Freedom ((416 East Call SO) \ 1t\e\t\ \ \flV
school in the mobile weekend guests of the Griffis aster, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sibley's nephew' and wife. Mr. Shares Issued on and after -''Services: Priesthood 8:45: : pfl9o ate
"Children's Chapel at Hope family. and Mrs. Rhoda Dampier Ritch and family of Palatka. 3 ,,y "1
and Mrs. Elmer Powell of MI. June 1968 now pay per Sunday( School: 10:00: ;; Sacrament "' "
Baptist Church. ; Sidney Grlffls Sr., Brenda Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mosley amt and Bill Whlteslde of. 11:00: Branch President. _Too et goo
Concratulatl..nsCongratulatons. and Carol Griffis; Mr and Mrs. and son Benjy visited her par Tampa.SN Charles H. CowgiU said Itt Dean Hansen 964-6273. \0 tai \ 1t \
to Mr. and Sidney Oriffls Jr.: (Mrs. Jtssle ents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loper. David Loper left Sunday: "People who throw mud always :
Mrs. W. C. I Bill i Phillips on Lee; Russell Lee, of O'Brien: last weekend. after a leave with his parents. have dirty\ hands."
the birth of an 8 lb. 13 oz. son. Lt. and Mrs. W. E. Dampler, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bulllvan 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loper, Come See Us!
William Calvin. Jr. Thursday, Oct. 24. at Bradford PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan here for Atlanta from wherehe Can a Man Do the Job When He Is Small Claims We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile
rw well wishes to Jessie and their son Percy Jr. was to fly to Columbus Ohio. Judge City Judge Attorney for the State Road Department -
Purpose
-- From Columbus he will drive Attorney for the Appeals Board of the
with a Navy friend to their duty County Zoning Commission Attorney for the County
In Washington state.'
station Tuesday evening guests of Commission-and in Private Legal Practice? Too $25.00 TO $600.00
FOR CONTINUED:: PROGRESS LET'S REELECI'RALPH Mr. and Mrs. Percy 'Sullivan Much la Too Much! Vote for a Change. Elect Ralph

Jr were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thomas for Fair and Impartial Justice As Judge of TOWN FINANCE COMPANY
Hersey of Gainesville. On Sun the Small Claims Court of Clay County.Pd. .
day afternoon the Sullivan Jrs. 226 N. Temple Aye Phone 964-7449
C. lYRE visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doug
lass at Lake Butler.A Pol. Ad by Ralph L. Thomas, Rep.
Reminder .
Don't forget to "voice your
YOOfREPRESENTATIVE choice" by being sure to vote

next Think Tuesday.About' It November 5. VOTE NOV. 5th

FROM IAKIR, BRADFORD, CLAY, COIUMS1A, NASSAU, ft UOCH COUNTOS '
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A MAN WHO WU CONTSWI TO.. ,J,

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Of AITfe 17* District.

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kite. T. .. If bfawfaa.O GENESHAW

W. F. $ Vito. FK Each ToDalkr.

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i 100% Fun.lis. ..stH4 Ers.pd.. IT WILL. .

100% Ftr CM A|. A fstll.*. ,

Representative RALPH TYRE District 17 100 cattM.% Fir Hlltr ft Bettor EaV INCREASE PUBLIC SPENDING


VOTE NOVEMBER 5 ((0...) 100% Far Tttd. (............... o INCREASE TAXES '
UTS lUCY A UMUMMTATIVI O* AND fOIl

111I PIOfU Of 100%rW Gmftr .lurnnmnttAt

BRADFORD, CLAY, COLUMBIA, At Otr Jwfcr. Calbgti. ft tab

NASSAU ft UNION COUNTIES .h AI Of'lU17" ..... ,, '.. .. INCREASE BONDED DEBT
Pd. Pol. Ad.

INCREASE CENTRALIZED GOVT.



SAMPLE BALLOT VOTE AGAiNST IT WILL NOT. .

] I No.1 1-No.. 2- AND No. 3

6 LIMIT PROPERTY TAXES


PROPOSED REVISION OF THE

CONSTITUTION OF 1885 INCREASE HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION

Mark a cross (\ ) mark in the square at the
right FOR the Revision or AGAINST theRevision.
VOTENOVEMBER PRESERVE LOCAL GO Vi.

NO.1

BASIC DOCUMENT 5th THE PROPOSED NEW CONSTITUTION Substantially the same thing happened in

Proposing a revision of the Constitution of is not necessary. Our present Constitution i is the State of Maryland and the people in a

1SS5 generally described as the Basic Document easily amended by sections or by whole recent election. rejected their proposed new
embracing the subject matter of all of VOTE articles whenever 3/5ths/ of the Legislature! Constitution. Every county but 2 voted "NO"

the Constitution except for Articles V (Judicial deem it necessary! to submit amendments and by an overwhelming majority. The only 2

Department) VI (Suffrage and Elec a majority of the voters approve the amendments counties that voted to ratify were the 2
tions), and VIII (Local Government). Article
AGAINST submitted. This makes it completely counties adjoining the District of Columbia.
V (Judicial Department) to be carried over
from the present Constitution in its entirety. unnecessary to rewrite the entire Constituwhich are populated largely by "liberal"

tion. federal employees. (Special Election 1968))

FOR THE REVISION PROPOSED The State of New York also submitted a

The Constitution of the United States new Constitution. It was rejected by a substantial
AGAINST:': TilE REVISION IX dated 1789 establishes basic principles of vote in every county in the State. The

2 NEW CONSTITUTION constitutional government and reserves total vote vote for ratification.. 1.327.999;
NO. certain powers to the states and the people. A against ratification 3.487.513. a majority of

REVISION OF ARTICLE VI free people have built the greatest Nation in almost 3 to I. (General Election 1967))
SUFFRAGE AND ELECTIONS IT WILL: history under the provisions of our Federal
Constitution which has only been amended I Ip b.road.princIple our proposed new
revision of Article VI of the
Con.
Proposing a
Increase Public Spending of the Bill of Constitution is purported to be the
stitution of the State of Florida relating to / IS limes since adoption Rights. same as
Increase Taxes the Constitution of 1885. The phraseology
suffrage and elections that elections
adding Our Florida Constitution dated 1885 is
shall be by secret ballot changing the bath Increase Bonded Debt has been changed but the proponents tacitly
.. to delete reference to age and residence, providing Increase Centralized Government patterned ter the United States Constitu admit they were afraid to change certain basic
that registrations and elections in mu- Destroy Fundamental Principles tion. Florida's Constitution has been amended fundamental principles which they desire to
nicipalities and other governmental entities of Constitutional Government numerous times. The proponents of the new chang'e. fearing that the new Constitution

may be provided by law, et cetera. Constitution argue our Constitution of 1885 would be defeated by a vote of the people.
IT WILL is outmoded. It is more accurate to say that
FOR TilE REVISION : Florida's Constitution is as modern as the As result we have a proposed new Constitution -

1966 General Election. Under our Constitu which is a series of compromises
,
.- AGAINST THE REVISION :X -- NOT NOT Limit Increase Property Homestead Taxes tion of 188S. as amended. Florida has resulting from conflicts in ideas plus pressure
ExemptionNOT
prospered. We are now the fastest growing from various groups and interests desiring
Preserve Local Government
NO.3-
state in the Nation both in population and special treatment in the revised constitution.
REVISION OF ARTICLE VIII development. If it is ratified no one will know: in fact
LOCAL GOVERNMENT what it contains until its complexities and
The Declaration of Independence is The Declaration of Independence ia conflicts have been determined by the courts,
.. Proposing a Revision of Article VIII of the dated 1776; the Magna Charta is dated dated 1776; the Magna Charta is dated and the expenditure of many millions i in
Constitution of the State of Florida
to counties and municipalities: providing relating for 1215; the Golden Rule and the Ten Com 1215; the Golden Rule and the Ten Cornattorney fees and court costs.

creation of counties! by law, requires matters mandments are centuries old. Should these! mandments are centuries old. Should these
relating to county funds to be prescribed by also I be revised' and modernized? also be revised and modernized?
general law, allows method of election of certain While en its face the proposed new
elective officials to be changed or office In spite of these fac.ts the proponents of Constitution preserves our present principles
t abolished when prescribed in the county charBEWARE OF HIDDEN "GIMMICKS" constitutional revision argue that we must of state and local government actually no one
ter or by special law approved by the voters.
.municipalities residual except as PREPARED BY have a new and modernized constitution to knows what it contains except the "liberal"leaders
powers
provided by law provides for consolidation COMMITTEE FOR INTEGRITY IN GOVERNMENTof assure future progress and development. The of the Legislature! who drafted it and

county and municipal government, subject 321 West Forsyth Street proponents also argue that the public is railroaded it through the Legislature. Even
to approval of electors, et cetera. Jacksonville Florida 32202 demanding a new constitution. That argument members of the Legislature do not know its

is false. The facts are the demands come from contents unless they were part of the
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FOR TilE REVISION "liberals" and vociferous minority group. "liberal" inner circle which drafted it.
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AGAINST TilE REVISION
COMMITTEE FOR INTEGRITY IN GOVERNMENT LESTER W MITCHELL' SECIETAftY-TIEASUU




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Even if WALLACE carries ALL

the Southern states, he CAN'T

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Starke Native MADISON STREET __ "'__. ..........-. ..;..".. *--- .. -w., ;, ,, _<< ,,,__.r._..._.. 'NM"."..w '. .w,...., ..... ,., ._ .... ... .. .,. ,. ,.. .
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BAPTIST CHURCH i.-" ,ws.WlN.: ,W.WJR..SWR..JY....iAM.ld _...,......,yw, ,,,_ ,, .. : ___ : ::"::::.. :... t 1t
x.v "' @ "'- -->" p "'>''N'''L''M+maW.wnv..w..n.'' ....... ......... ..,. n r. .. ,...... :
Mary Brownlee, Sunday School, 9:43: a.m.: VJ. t. .

Service Held Morning Worship 11. Youth u A .
Choir practice 4:30.: Youth r'i...
Miss( Mary Blltch Brownlee!! Fellowship Supper, 5:4: $. Train An investment in Your F u t ure'-", : .. .
Ing Union, 6:13.: WMU Prayer ,
r died October 16 In Johns Hopkins -
Hospital: Baltimore, Md. Circle 7:13. Evening Worship x9 r' : t m :,wp ,



:years technician A native the, where Baltimore of, and Starke she member was she area a.had medical of for livedIn the 22 7:30.7:30 meeting::Tuesday Monday p.m; Brotherhood-- WMU Circle' 1 meeting business meets; '. .vv. 1 11 f ]ir J' I.:<>w.t i lt71 l\\; i!i!i 1'! IIP.:' Ltb.N 'I'<. .,f-,M@M ll',(?' ,... 'm't. t -


Church. .

Baptist Surviving are her mother, 9:30.a.m.:WednesdayPrayer. RA meeting 6:30: p.m. _m_ .... .................. Jrttrr: .... _mIW.m-. _..,, ;; '"*,, J,, ::n!! .... ...... ; _._...,.,..,....,..__=..."..",__....", .....w.,<<..For".,> 'when,..,... ."your'''. treasure. '" .,.is.,.,there. ..w.will......your..,,..-"" heart be also .
Meeting! .n..n..nm. m '" .....
Mrs Etta Brownlee: Starke; one "'m"-- <'VW """"""" .- ....._'""' ,""'" : ""' .......:_".. ._ > .
7:30: p.m. Church Choir
brother Hugh L. Brownlee practice BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST
8:30.Thursday: CALVARY r"
Jr., New Orleans; and two sisters Sunbeams and Sunday School 10 a. m. Mom- CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. F
Mrs. J. R, Chasteen Jr., GA's, 3:30: p.m.Denton. in g Warship: 11 a. m. Training'Union Sunday School, 9:43 a. m. t tr
Starke, and Mrs. M. C. Stith, Sumrall pastor. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service Morning ..Worship. 11. Training I ._=- ._"" ""'''".-'''-.,,''''''' *w m;%.=.. ''i'.=,, ; !; ''?
Washington! D. C. 7:30. Prayer Meeting. Wed Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser 1& mM ; ;"$;;; "'
Funeral services were held at FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH nesday. 7:30: p. m+...-Rev. R, 31. vice 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser- r ';$;*;"", Mi$1Hm&.mmw.iMw.1! "r@ "if' 1T ,
2 p. m. Saturday in Jones: Memorial STARKE Butler, pastor. vice, 7:30.: [ :11 1j jj j j ,
with Rev. Pastor .. .. .... ....... ......:::
Chapel W. A. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe( : :
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Sunday Brotherhood Meet. ::::.:. ..... ......
Hogan officiating. Intermentwas CHURCH .:.:.:... ... ..... .:,.::::: ::::::::::::::::::.:.: :::: :::::: :: ::: :.:
tog and Breakfast 7:30 DEDAN BAPTIST ::: : I
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in Crosby Lake Cemetery Sunday SChool 9:45.: Morning BROOKER GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH \ '" t I
with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Worship at 11; sermon "It Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning He walked a long time and rang many doorbells 'f .r2. ..1.; It +(K.; 4 :
Home In of 11 and 7 i .
charge arrange 11 Training Worship a m. P.
Thou Worship, a. m.
ments. Canst Believe. TrainingUpton .. Leland A, Baker, **< ;:::1: and "scared" a lot of people in order to ,
6:15.-: Evening Worship Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Service m.p Rev. p \ t :
Active pallbearers were Clif 7:38: : sermon, "David's Adviceto 7i30..Rev. Lacy Conway, tor. 1m1;: acquire his Halloween treasures. He wants / .j .,' t I''
ford BUtch Dr. J. W. Brownlee. Solomon" pastor. Thursday-Visitation, 10 a. m. 11:1; to sleep with his treasures beside him, where /
J. L. Stith. Earl Johnson Mar .
and 7 p. m.NEW '
Monday Baptist Women'sDay he can feel the sack with his hand. { l
cus Conant, and L. F. Dinkins. of Prayer (fat church), 9:30a. : NORTHSIDE CHURCH BAPTIST RIVER BAPTIST II 1 1: :((4 I

m. Trustees meet, 5 p.m. located Bayless Highway Sunday School( 10 a. m. Morning ::::::: These treasures somehow remind you that .., y, \

Services Held Deacons Practice, meeting 7 p.m. Youth Choir (SR 225 on at Raiford Road Worship, 7 m.11 Evening a. m. TrainingUnion Worship. :m 1; one of. your responsibilities toward] your : \. ..:'" :;

For Mr. HarrellIn Tuesday WMU Executive (SR 16)). 8 p. m. p.Wednesday night service ::.:..::.:.:. adorable child is to teach him what realtreasures :x. f

Jones Chapel Board. 10:30: ; WMU program, Services: Sunday School 10 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel- i1m'';'; are friends country, church, ;X.'tI.' t I
11:15.: Covered dlsti\ luncheon, a. m.; Sunday Morning Worship, "
12 noon. Business meeting ,ill a. m.: Training Union, 6:30: come t.; L. Parker pastor. I II: ; good deeds, family, love of God, and quality if 4 .,

of Jimmie Starke,Mitchell died Monday Harrell.after:i6, 12:30.: Junior Choir, Sunbeams, :p. m.; Evening Service, 7-:30 Wed: ; CHURCH OF CHRIST 1 1:::1 of spirit, to name a few. I!yi," ;f db t Ii I
3:30: p.m. Primary Choir Junior Midweek Prayer Service. :::: \ ,
Sunday: Bible Study 10 a m.: :( b I
arrival at Slal'kehospital
noon upon a OA, 4:20.Wednesday: iiesday, 7:30: iRev. Glenn Law Worship and Communion :::::: That "Trick or Treat" bag somehow reminds it\\Jijl\ i vM I

He was, born after Sept.a sudden 10 1910 lllnsss.at Bible 'Study hon, pastor. Morning Service 11 ,a. m. Evening ;i iil;;;;; you of that scripture in Matthew that r. t r

Wilson N. C., veteran of Class, 10 a.m. Sunday School services, 6:00.Wednesday: Ii
was a Superintendents Cabinet meeting BAYLESS HIGHWAY service 7 111111 goes, "Lay not up for yourselves treasures }
World War II, and an employee 6:30.: Prayer Meeting 7:30.-: BAPTIST CHURCH Minister! Worship Jack P. Bell :;::1; upon earth where moth and dust doth eor"r"r' d r, 'of
of the DuPont Company. Morn- p. m. I Ia ,
Surviving are his wife. Mar Church ThursdayVisitation Choir Practice 8:30.: ing Sunday Worship School Service, 10 a.m.11;a. m.: ,' :::::: !rapt, and where thieves break through and t
7
garet Marie Han-ell, of Starke: W, A. Hogan, Pastor p.m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.; Evening NORTIISIDE CHURCH BAPTIST 111! steal: But lay up for yourselves! treasures/ in '
one son Vernon Harrell of Worship, 7:30: p. m. Sunday 11111! heaven where neither, moth nor !rust dothcorrupt 'f
Schedule of services: .
Norfolk. Va. three brothers '
; FIRST UNITED METHODIST Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. Morning Worship m!1 and where thieves do not breakthrough l\
Charlie Han-ell. Plnetop. N. C.; STARKE 7:30: p. m.; O. A. Meeting, Weutneday. School, 9:45: a m. .t; t
and Kitchen Harrell and Pleasant 7:30 m.; Choir Rehearsal -10:45: a. m. Training Union 1m11 nor/ steal: for where your treasure
SundayChurch School, 9:45: : p. Service. ; \ 1'''
Evening
Harrell bot.1 of Wilson N, a.m.; Holy Communion 11:00: Wednesday, 7:30: p. m.; 7:45., 6:45 Mid-Week: p. m. Prayer Service. :::::: is, there will your heart be also" !Ii .'
C.; two sisters Mrs. Blanche -J Brotherhood meeting last Mon- : t 'f.
a.m.; MYF Sub-District Council '
(Wednesday 7:45: p. m. t tthis
Webb of Maccefield. N. at Lake Butler. 2:30: p.m.; MYP day In each month. Rev, DavidedelrQ.S ... You know that the church will help you in 4. : .
C., and Mrs. Daisy Cockrell A ... 'fIII' ,
Nashville, N. C. Also surviving Snack Supper, 6 p.m.: MYF pastor. FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday :::::: so you vow again to be faithful I to every -a-",1 '" 11'I......
are six stepchildren and several Meetings, 6:30: p.m.; Evening CHURCH OF GOD School. 9:45: a. m. 1 ftf::: service, thankful for all the wonderfulworkers l rv. 1'. ., ... I
Worship. 7:30: p.m.; MYF Fire- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. YouthFellow.sh1 m .. .. J} t
grandchildren. side, 8:30: p.m. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Choir Practice ::::: there, asking God to help you and iI:'t.. :;: '."1'7'' "
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Funeral services were held at p. m. i::::: ... .
Monday -SCS Bible Study, 9am. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Worship "'i Y;. 16 ... r I
1 p.m Wednesday In Jones Memorial .; Commission on Education Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Wednesday 8 p. m.D. Burch :::::: them. ., .) -.i. "''i' "- I \

Chapel with Charles 7 p.m.: Official Board and m. Prayer Meeting Friday. 7:30p. : Rev. Robert 1 11t... ....... .. .. ..... ............ ; :!: t i
.. .. ... .
Reese m'-ilster of the Starke Church Conference, 8 m..-Rev. Chester J. Show:DPe. :":":":":":":":";"::::.::::':::'::::;::;:::::'::;:::'::':::'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.: : ::::::::::::.;:.:::;;::::::;::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
First Christian: Church officiating p.m. RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH m f" ;; :' ; ; ; ; ;; ; ; ;; : ; ; 4 17ft
l-iterment: : was in Hope TuesdayWSCS Bible Study pastor. Schedule of services: Sunday I, : Church It God's oppoinlid ojiiuy in Ihn world, lot iproodmg r lh knowlidgo of, Hit loa A\ RIho 1 m
Cemetery at Theressa with !If a.m.; WSCS General Meeting, HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. 11111; u IM man and of Nil amend lor man to respond la thaT lore b, loving, rm ntighbor. Without, {: A 11:1::! f
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Hau\c: 11 a.m. (Highway 100 at Theressa.) < m. and 7:30: p. m. Training Un- :::::: this rounding In Mil Ion of Cod no govtrnmint. or locitly or soy ol (III will, longponovoro if; \ ::::::
In charge. Wednesday WSCS Bible Sunday School-10 a. m. ion. 6:30: p. m.-Rev. Jack :::::1: and rbo Irwdomi. whkh wi hold 10 door wlllln..lt.bl, pirlih. thtrifon. ivin :.! : ::::::
Study. 9 a.m.: Younger ChUch'en's Morning Worship-11 a. m. Stolte, pastor. t :::;:: from a ulflih point ol .rlow, ono should lupport 'thi riutth for the toko ol 'the wtlloio. /;! ::::::
KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Choir Rehearsal 3 p.m.: Training Union-6:30: p. m. 1:::1: of tilmulf and I ht family. liyond Mol hownor, iviiy. pirun should uphold and pottklpoto :::::i ,
CHURCH Prayer meeting and Bible Stu. Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST ::1:1:1:: in the Church bocauio II ,tdlth truth about m.n' Ida' doth' and diitinr', ; thotratti 1:1:1::;
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training dy, 7:30: p.m.Thursday Sunday''Sch:ol..10 a. m. MornIng whkh alono will Ml him froo lo live child of Ollr\
Services 01 a
Union ilOl: $ a.m. Morning Chancel Choir .Worship '11 a. m. Evening Wor Rehearsal. 7:43: p.m. Packham pastor (Booster Band Young ::::::*::::::::::::: :: : : :: : : : :: : : : : :: :: :::: :::::::::::::::; ::: ;: ;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;::::::::::::::: t
ship 7:30: p. m. Mid-week Pray. Friday Older Children's People and Prayer Service), 6
-er Service, Wednesday 7:30: p, Choir:! Rehearsal, 3:30: p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. ,
ni. Come let us worship together OF STARKE Midweek Service Wednesday !

-Rev. .Allen Price, pastor BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH West Weldon:! St. and Raiford 7:30: p. m. E, R. Bowers. D. D., t
Sunday School, 10 a.m.: MornIK Road pastor. .
,
11 Worship. 11 a. m.; Evening Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. ,

Do You Want a Judge to Worship, 7:30: p. m.; Prayer. 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship: GRACE BAPTIST CIIVRCII 1 t j
Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednes- 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: STARKE
Protect the Interest of the Heaters, pastor. .
!C!lay-Rev. J. C. p. m. Evangelistic Services. MornIng -
people?? Elect Ralph Thomas Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. MidWeek Sunday Warship.11.( Sc1ool..10 1:; Trali'ng a. m.! Un: t FAULKNER *, HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE (
Your Small Claims MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
Prayer Meeting. t
ion.:: 6 p. m. Evening Wors1! :!>
Judge for Clay County. Sunday-9:45 a. m. Sunday! Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. '7. Wednesday Prayer Service SERVICE '
chool, 11:00: a. m. Morning GULF SERVICE
Virgil Lovett
7:30.: -Rev. pus-
Vorship, 6:00: p. m. Training CHURCH OF GOD '
fiat
Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
talon, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. U-HAUL RENTALS
Pd. Pol. Ad by Ralph L. 's hip.< Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship SMYRNA MISSIONARY Tire Tru-ing
Thomas, Rep. Wednesday::30 Prayer Services Services. 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH
1st and 3rd Wednesday Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:30: p. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting
... 1:00 m. Family night. School, 10 a. m. t
.II light- : p. m.-Rev. L. S. Williams, pastor. : Sunday Lubrication
Preaching 11 a. m. Training Complete :/ Brake Service I

.....ea......ee....e....a....a................ .............. Union 5:45: p. m. Evening Wor-. Minor Tune-Ups .,, Wheel Balance and "
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welcome. .
hip, 7 p. m. Everyone -- t I
.. -Elder A 0. Flynn: pastor 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment i

1011 N. Temple Avenue
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FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE 1
Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE 964.5899 t 1
\School, 9:45: a. m, Morning 'Worship 410 S. Temple Starke All Minor Repairs I
10:45 Evening Service I
: a. m.
617 N. Temple Ave. Starke '
A
8:30: p. m. Midweek Service !
Wednesday. 7:15: p. m. STARKE BUILDERS

MEET OUR -Charles Reese mlnlstei I SUPPLIES, Inc. I h: LAWSON ,

MARK'S EPISCOPAL
Ye ST. t
CHURCH STARKE MEAT MARKET
HONORAGENT Sunday !Services: Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE, INC
8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist. AND COLD STORAGE
9:30: a. m. Church School. t Complete Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.23 t I I
We Specialize In Custom Slaughter -
10:30: a. m. Family Service. and Sporting Goods f
A Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd 11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Lug Cutting and Wrapping-
Sundays; Morning Prayer 2nd
and 4th SundaysJ ). "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep Freeze I
Thomas Staab, Rector
.
219 Washington St. 'WIIOLESALE'
964-5270
5 P. M. to 9 P. M.

CHARLES E. ZIPPERER SS HAMPTON CHURCH CHRISTIAN I AND RETAIL ,
U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600
S Gainesville District Sunday School 10 a. m. Mornin Phone 964-7059 ,
? Worship at 11. Evening
Worship 7:30.::; Rev. Carl FLORIDA

Clarke, pastor. DAD & BRAD SALES t

The Honor Agent designation is one of the top FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH EST NEW METHOD
HAMPTON I MODULAR HOMES
recognitions offered by the company to its agents. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. ONI.01 CLEANERS t

Liberty National is proud of this representative.Less ing Worship at 11. Training 24Ft. Wide
Under New Ownership
Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night & 011MOLtl CD.
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followedby t Also 12-Ft. Wide
choir practice. Starke Nurs Your Certified Muster t

than 5% of Liberty National's representa ; ing Home service, 2:43: p. m. MOBILE HOMES: Dry Cleaner

tives can achieve this honor each quarter of the -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. ,, 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers Free Moth-Proofing j

Phone 964.5745 for FREE
year selection is based on a high and consistent ; MADISON STREET Keystone Heights Free Pick-Up and Delivery ,

BAPTIST CHURCH Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
record of life insurance sales and service. ; Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. t I 311 N. Temple Ph. 964.570.1
.. Morning Worship 11. Youth t
Choir Practice, 4:30: p.

S Liberty National is one of the leading life insurance Youth Fellowship Supper, :m'it WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT
Training: Union 6:15. EDWARDSGrocery
t
companies in the United Statesrankingin Prayer Circle, 7:15.: !
Worship, 7:30.: CO.: and Market
the upper 3% of the more than 1700 life insurance ; Tuesday RA meeting, 6:30P. t I A
.m. Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries--Meats-Feed
companies. Insurance in force now exceeds $4 ; Wednesday Prayer Meeting
7:30: p. m. Business Meeting Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL ,
billion with assets over 96OO million at 8. Church Choir Practice
8:30.: f BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards
t
Sunbeams ana
Thursday -
.. .. GAs, 3:30: p. m. 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke

.. ..a t Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312

.. OAK GROVE BAPTIST f

... .. CHURCH Sunday: School 10 a. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

.. ... Morning ing Union Worship 6:45.: Evening at 11. m'f Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better t

:- ..... 1 e .... ship! 7:30.: -Rev, Luther A. Eleetrl..uy"Key.ton.
Heights-Phone 473-4911
:LIBERTYNATIONAL pastor ,

'IY'PEWRITERSI1\lanual MC'I.Gee. MC'I.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY I Birmingham. Alabama Electric. For sale or rent. J

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OCT. II 1968
"-: THE BRADFORD. COUNTY:......;... TELEGRAPH- -:... STARKE FLORIDA SECTION B PAGE: 7
date.CHURCH.
booths was the fortune tell'e;, is now doing fine. News About NEWS served as director of the cruv j,'
BROOKER Madam Anna from Gainesville! Mrs. Eva Harrell spent the Greater Bethlehem Free Will ade. He is a graduate of Light- Inc. the Old 1'
sure kept a line waiting, she day with Mrs. Alma Surrencyand ColoredCitizens Baptist Church Rev Lew's' Mc house Bible College at Rockford, To Join Rev. Franklin and 7s :
was a real winner, also the Ellen Hunter In Hague Kay pastor. Monday: night Sen HI. and received his Theology! sponsors of this timely l occasion ao .3
Bj Jojre Rt.&N spook house was very popular Thursday. lor Choir rehearsal. Tuesday Degree from Colonial Academy Is a mast profound man of
.,lt also Included a Franklasteln. Sorry to learn of the death of ADULT SCHOOL night Choir No. 3 and Ushers He served as chaplain at the the Gospel evangelist Dr. Tol-
who walked through the halls Mrs. Flora Green' Sunday. Mrs. All adults Interested In self- Board No. 2 will meet. Wed Florida State Prison and' the bert Wilson native ....
The Brooker PTA Ha1.1o' ewe p during the cake ,walk. Muslo Green was a former resident of improvement are Invited to register nesday night Prayer Meeting. Correctional Institute for girls bit. .
Carnival of 1968 Is now His.1017by was furnished during the evenIng Brooker and has many friends at the office in person, Thursday night St. Paul's Bap at Ocala. Rev. Franklin presently In Dallas Texas. With the experiences J-
my what a great treat by Glen Davis. Gene Raul- here. or call the Vo-Tech Center 964- List Church will render serviceat serves as Missionaryand of Rev. Franklin and,
It was! for those who intended. erson, Eric Tomlinson, Tony and Dr. Wilson there should be #tt /
Edwards
Sgt. and Mrs. Eugene 5344. or contact the teachers. 7 p.m. Friday night Prayer State Evangelist no of.:
Reigning as Queen Is Robin Castlen David G. Fussels and and baby of Ohio are Band meeting will be held at membership chairman In the doubt\ as to the sm.c?l's of the "A kindergarten teacher is
Williams, King Robin: Parr lab. Mr. McHenrjr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest RECREATION NEWS home of Sister Sarah Prince. State Baptist Convention USA Crusade. a woman who knows how to
Princess, Debra Green and All in all It was a very good Edwards and family this week. Flag football Is held each. Saturday night the I Can Circle make little things count."
Prince Kveretl Hayes. A lovely carnival, and if you did not go. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday and Thursday afternoon will sell dinner from the kitch '.
group they were Saturday you sure did miss something David Clayton of Lake Hamilton starting at 4:30: at the recreation S S . . . . .. . . .-.. "..
night too Shirley Green won The Brooker PTA wished ta will be Interested to hear playgrounds All boys, en.The annual Men's Day terminated rr,
the doll Arthur Qulcksp.U the thank all who made this carni- they are the proud parents ofa 9 to 17, who have not signed up favorably Sunday. Hats ,q.
race set Pete Douglas! the val a success out of town mere baby girl born Oct. 22, weighing may do so at 'the! Recreation off to Clarence Covlngton and ".':
Blender and Dick P.auleraon chants as well as Brooker mer- 0'13". Mrs. Clayton Is the Center. the many friends who helped in C ak:
the Rifle. Door prlzn' winners chants were very generous with former Kathv Stokes and a the effort, {
were Arlene Harrell, Charles donations. For .
resident of Brooker. your enjoyment the Church School 930.: Morning .
Kelley Bill Bigham and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Zedra Hamiltonand center Is 'open dally from 4 to Service at 11, Holy Communionand ..,.
J. W. Kelly I was unable to Mrs. Eva Harrell were visiting ADD MACHINE ROLL! 6.30.: and 8 to 11 p.m. on Friday Foot Washing in the 6pm. ,
:
get the complete list of the winners Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Edwards File Folders, complete line office and Saturday nights. City service. Visitors always welcome .
of the costume parade. in Tampa recently. Mrs. supplies,- The Telegraph. league basketball will start ..IJ
.
One of the most popular Edwards ,had major surgery but Ph 964-6305. soon. Watch your paper for Ebenezer
Baptist Church
L Rev Carlos Burnett pa' or. : C1 rain : :
Church School 10 a. m. Morning Rain
Worship at 11. Evening service ,
6:30.Greater: "
Allen Chapel AME
Church Rev, L. A, Sampson
ONI no <, pastor. Friday night, Love Feast : go away; ;
....VIC.OVI. meeting. 8pm. Sunday School, :-
.
10/ a,m.,Mornlig Worship at 11. ...
Holy Commurion at 6 p.m. ser-

: 0 0 0 vice.All members are asked to : come againsome : d

-r-i please cooperate with the captain .
In the Church and Pastor's
anniversary which will terminate other day'r
21 MODILS :
Nov. 10. Mis. M. J. White
rll 1%* chairman of the activity.
Captains are Mrs Bessie Lee
and James Williams. U b : ::
:
Pleasant Grove Methodist b
Church Rev. H. P. Hudson
pastor. Church School. 10 a.m. I C
CAfMORICI < aa : with Leo DeSue In charge. .
Morning Worship at 11. Afternoon .
.
service, 4 pm. .
Mt. Plsgah AME Chinch, Rev. . . . . 1 . .:nI
George Young paM.ir Chinch '.
School. 10 a.m. Morning Wor-
3-BR. COMANCHE ship at 11. Evening service, ....
$ 6:30: p.ld.CRUSADE.
I t I
IMMIDIAhCONSt&UCfIOIt -
u.roo. Npl wNDa.IKnIM SCHEDULEDAn II ,

Evangelistic Crusade will
.Il (ID 10
convene In Gainesville duringthe
ad
N week. Nov. 11-13. at Ftlend- .
A NEW HOME = Ip NNn.M ship Baptist Church sponsored

___ WILL NEVER COST LESS "*" by Mt. Sinai Jerusalem Assn.
.
and All Faith of Gainesville. ;
THAN IT DOES TODAY. Rev John P. Franklin dyne .
tOW MONTHLY Just a song that children sing. But crop farmers and citrus growers.
PAVMINT New home costs have increased substantially since just last year,and the trend amic minister of the gospel too, want "controlled rain" a blessing during dry spells and II+

:will! continue. Take advantage of present values. Buyat today's low prices critical periods of growth. "

and watch the value of home increase as construction costs rise. You Don't Like the Trend j'
the Courts Are Taking. Electrically powered Irrigation provides it any time day or ,.

& J OQthQj; WWVP u Ctl Jj d LJ.J'iJ g Neither. Let's Does Start Ralph by Mak Thomas night when or where needed.

13 SHORT YIAIS 't Electric motors give years of carefree service. start instantly.
TO PAT In Our Own
The lack of mortgage ing County.a Change Vote Ralph Thomas Easily controlled by time-clocks or float-switches. make Irrigation

money won't be a problem for Judge of the systems automatic end conserve water.

when choose Small Claims Court of See your equipment dealer or contact us. r:
,.NIAC ; you Clay County.
II Ir. Jim Walter to build .
H .. r
.d Pd. Pol. Ad by Ralph L.
TOP OUA1ITT FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANY
home. Thomas, !Rep.
MftTMIAlIomeniMTmr new
your HELPING tuna HOHIDA .'.

.".
Milliops are available -
-"'*,t
'jj for mortgage financing. '" IT> -r*
pJJJ(41L4 /riIT'S

IOUOWING&OCAJIOHr..JACKSONVILLE.. J"t,COx(4.JJJ U5tG Cottage* Why wait ?

TIME FOR A CHANGE

100%FINANCING BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY

ANY STAGE OF
FLA. 32205 FINISHED TO ALMOST ,
3281 INTERIOR COMPLETION f "mI
West Beaver St. JIM WALTER CORPORATION
P. O. Box 624SPH I (Moll M tho n.orneffk..)
: 368-]585 '0" I would III*lo know more about yow building and I SAY IT'S TIME I SAY IT'S TIMEfor
.
financing plan Plcaw vend nw a irq catalog
OCALA, : I am Im.r.nd In a... D Horn Q Cottage
FLA. 32670 ; T NAME I a new policy in Viet Nam that will to balance the budget. That's your tax

3001 South Pine St. rruADDRESS. end the war. We're the strongest money the Administration Is spending
P. O. Box 954 :: crrrT STATE

PH: 6Z&OU8 Call, write, 01 stop by today I .t.phon*_ j nation in the world yet we've been so recklessly, $80 billion of red
My property ll located In County, I ink deficits.
bogged down for years because we

have not backed up our men with I SAY IT'S TIME

effective use of our air and sea power.
for a new team in Washington. The old
1. NATIONAL BALLOTNONREGISTERED 28,000 American boys have lost their
\ welfare
Q giveaway programs justaren't
g lives, the cost through this year is $95
ELECTOR working. My opponent was a

billion. Let's get it over with I II key member of the Johnson-Humphrey
'J R.A.P t' 0 O __ COUNTY FLORIDA '
team. He offers a carbon copy rubberstamp
NOVEMBER 5, 1968
of more of the same. This

you(Place desire a cross to vote mark) (X) in the square at the right of the group for which I SAY IT'S TIME Johnson-Humphrey Administration hast

run up a total deficit of $80 billion.
o stop being I soft on I lawbreakers
ELECTORS For Write-in Votes for Electors for Result, serious inflation and higher
This terrible increase In crime and
For President President and Vice-President prices that hurt everyone. Let's stop

and Vice-President (Vote for Each) violence must stop. We must have this reckless spending.

order. We must treat criminals and
(Vote for Group) I pledge to fight for change for new

rioters like the criminals they are. solutions. But I need your help. I
REPUBLICAN PARTY
Let's make our streets and homes need your vote. Together we can

RICHARD M. NIXON n safe again I make America great again.

For President


For SPIRO Vice-President T. AGNEW I I b It's time we put our best men


DEMOCRATIC PARTY : where they can do the most good !



For HUBERT President H. IIVMPHREY. I I' IT'S TIME FOR


EDMUND S. l\IUSKIE I U I -M
For Vice-President 11


GEORGE WALLACE PARTY GURNEYIN


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GEORGE C. WALLACE n ,
For President t t


For MARVIN Vice-President GRIFFIN I I THE U.S. SENATE!

Paidor by Gurncy For Senate CommlttM,Duke Orltundvn, Chlrm, Republican

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