Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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ton D. C., this morning '

County has presenting their case at an And Ed
asked the State for funds administrative earing. 'I

to construct' building for
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special education in the ed turn tonight: results of the I

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Superintendent C. M. 4t mediately. Tire 1 Win/ Local !
Clark; told the School Flying to Washlntgon for a ,

Board Wednesday morn legal 'showndown with the De _
partment of Health!! Educationand ton B, Thomas of iviaccienny..
Incumbent Democrats Gene
ing. Welfare 'iHEWi' were Superintendent The vote by counties was: Demos
Shaw of Starke, and Ralp1TYj'e !
Clark said $220.000 has been!! t Tom Casey, Assistant THOMAS SHAW
Lake City easily won reelection
requested and that he hopes Superintendent C, M, Clark Union 2fiii loan
Tuesday to House of
to have a reply from the State One of these four and Board Attorney GeorgePlel'ce Bradford 882 33111:
:young ladies, all Representatives in the 16th and
by the first of the year. He explained Bradford High seniors, will be crowned \\lRht I t h. Madron Duck, Sally I Ann 17th districts respectively, com Columbia ]ISBfi 3.J75: Go In
that the Legislaturehas Pierce said that! first! HEW Clay 23(12( 3ni2:
1968 Linda Sue Scoggins and Donna prising Bradford, Union, Columbia
decreed that all counties Homecoming Queen at the Tornado 4ore' would present its' side of theca Nassau 1340 2703:
must have special education Whirl festivities tonight. From left)'( to Pat ray. se, saying why 1 it believes Counties, Baker Clay, and Nassau Baker 732 105'l' Fradforcl County rode tc I
facilities by 1973 and that $2'a' Bradford County Is not !in com Total 7188 1)43 'n dfadencl! with
On the basis of complete returns GeorgE*;
million was set aside (or that pliance with the! Civil RightsAct In the 17th district, Tyre 'Ion Wallace
(except for absentee!! ballots Tuesday, as Florida
purpose this yeaand about $4 Whirl Set Tonight of 1964, and then Bradford the basis of incomplete returns
!in four
counties* Shaw won and\ the Nation
its side had 4.8:1-1:\ gnus
million for the coming year. County would present ) 8,851vote to
better than a 2-to-l victory ] 1
The county is! currently teaching of t the story for Republican Kurt Becker of Republican Richard Nix
226 students in the special Outcome of the hearing will Republican challenger. Law- Fernandlna Beach on 290 electoral votes! in

education category: Clark said be determined by a hearing examiner. ----- one of hittory'M closest

as many as 500 would use the BHS Homecoming.' Fierce said that if the In Union Presidential] races.
new facility during a school decision is against Bradford

year. Countv, the School Board: could Bradford County rode to a
He explained that many of appeal for another: hearing witha Cason. 1 WithstandsBig ( deadend with George Wallace

these would be enrolled in the higher HEW offIcial The ate Tuesday, as Florida and the Nation
special facility for a shcvt t'.mo! toiney: said the Board would gave Republican\ Richard
and then would be able to t'e- Festivities On probably accept that decIsion Nixon 290 electoral votes in one

turn to the regular classroom Tap However, if that examiner still Write-in VoteUnion of history's closest Presidential
For example, a child who is:- found Bradford County out of races

having: difficulty pronouncing compliance, then the matter Democrat Hubert Humphrey
\some sounds such as "S", could be appealed again and captured 203 electoral votes.
would attend the special facility "Tornado Laugh-In" Is the Starke. this time would go Into a fed- County School Superintendent !! Even If all 143 were allowed while Wallace, the third parti-
for a short time theme of the annual Tornado The annual Homecoming Par- band will perform, and Coach 1 era) comet James Cason rode outa however, Dobbs would still be candidate, gained 45.
The plan for the proposed Whirl which will kick-off Bradford tide will take off from Bradford David Hurse will present Ills 1 Casey took a tape recorder strong wrlte-fn challenge InTuesday's nine short of the number polled] In Bradford County, Wallace

program says that the facility! ( High School homecoming High at 1:45: Friday afternoonand 11168!! Tornado! with him and planned to tape General Election, by Cason I polled 2B40-mol'e than the!!
will be used to teach trainable activities tonight at 7:30.: tour the town, Riding sep- A $15 prize will be given[ as| the hearing He said this! tape polling 713 votes to 561 write-ins In the Presidential race, third\ combined totals of the major

mentally retarded, those with High: point In the night of state floats made by their prize for the fitst place float; would be played for the School for challenger M, J, Dobbs party candidate George Wallace party candidates: Humphrey 1-

speech problems, learning disabilities skit and fun will be the crownIng classes will! be the Class Princesses and first place skit, accordingto ; Board and any Interested cltlzens. A former finance officer! for won 4-to-l over the runner-up 120. and Nixon 665
and motor disentitles, of the 1968 Homecoming also chosen in votingby Student Body President Reg the Union County School Board, getting a total of ll')2!) votes to Wallace carried every pre
Queen. Voting has already been t their gie Flynn, coordinator of Whirl Dobbs had waged a vigorous 290 for Hubert t Humphrey. Re
and the homebound and hog classmates. Junior Bradford County contends campaign cinct by a big majority) : ex
pitalized. cat'vied out by the BHS student Princess Is Sherry Woods activities that it is In compliance because for the superintend publican Richard Nixon trailed cept Nos 2, 7, and 12, which
The plan calls for five teach body and one of our senior daughter of Mr and Mrs. A, M. There will be a Homecoming freedom of choice! Is ent's pest in recent weeks. with 179.Union hav heavy Negro registration.Ths !! .
ers for the trainable mentally girls will wear the crown for Woods: sophomore princess is Dance immediately followingthe working and because of the Mrs Lottie Archer Union County gave Ed Gurney ? three! East Lawtey
retarded: four for learning: disabilities tomorrow 8 p.m. homecoming Sheiry Norman daughter of football game Friday night. Master Plan which: the Board County Supervisor of Elections, a 2-to-l margin over Leroy Collins Starke 'iRenoi and Southeast I
football with !Fernandina. Mr. and The dance, sponsored by the said that 143 additional write In the Senate race, the '
: one for motor development game Mrs Marklee Norman, will put Into effect beginning Stark I iL'braryt I went far:
: two for speech correction Beach, and freshman princess it Bren- 'Staike Recreation DepartmentandtheBHS'Student next September. ins were made in this race, but vote being 936 to 411. Humphrey. In the".Reno: pre-
and one"supervisor"or"pTOgram -M".--Pom* mernbsvJT"of' ttlelioO< (Court. "''dA"C1AfnoDd'ddghteP: ( !( "of !Mr. '' Caundlis ,- HEW contends that Biadford"County's were not written in as M J. In the Group 2 Supreme ciict: Wallace/ failed to pall a

director! are: Madron Duck, daughter of and Mrs Roy demons.A open only to Bradford High 'Master Plan will not Dobbs the name under which Court race, Union County !gave slngls vote.

,The Board also learned: that Mr. and Mrs Thomas V. Duck giant hon-Ilre, becoming a School students I In grades! 9-12.J: work because two schools: Anderson the write-in! candidate qualified Circuit Judge J, C Adklns Jr. Gurnry Favored
Superln'ndent Tom Casey and of the Lawtey area; Sally Ann Tornado Whirl tradition at BHS In Lawtey and RJH She said these would be report of Gainesville a whopping! 1 ,OM Bradford also gave Republican;:
fits staff have worked out an !Moore daughter of Mrs Mar is scheduled at 9:45: Thursday RECOMMISSIONED would emain all black ed to the office of Secretary of vote to 140 for hU Republican Ed Gurney a t'umplng: two-to

agreement with two professors! tha R, Moore of Kingsley Lake; night and the Whirl will be climaxed Secretary at Stats Tom: Adams State with .the regular report. opponent David L McCain. one majority ever!! Governor
from the University of Florida Linda Sue Scogglns! daughterof by a pep rally around lias announced the recommls- .: t _lj._ .J. Leroy Collins/ the Democratic:

where the two will work: with Mr. and Mrs C. R, Scoggins the bonth'e, sionlng o.1! Mrs. Jeannstts B. nominee for U, S, Senate Our-
Bradford County for one year of fie Heilbronn area; and Donna Skits will be presented by all Kincaid, of Starke. as a member nay polled 2,580,;; in Bradford: to
Lou Patiay, daughter of four BHS classes, grades 912. of the Bradford; County: Library 1,319 for Cclllns:: carylng: every
Continued( on Page Six) Mr. and Mrs Don Patray of the Bradford High marching Beard precinct except East Lawtey I

.. and Rer:.
In statewlle! : voting, Gurney

nM MMtlN scored a decisive victory, running
-Toward StudyReconnaissance
: Drainage up a feint of 1.066,748 to

Collins' 838.000.
Other: ('on test"
t In other contested!!! rotes!!
7 7 BI'adf:>l'd'olel's went!! down the
/ 11 /t Democratic line, adding their

1 l tli i ', I votes ta those of other: Forldlnns:!
ReportSet I to elect! three: Supreme!! CourtJudger
1 { } n Public Service Com-

mUsloners and two members of
'l ila the: State Legislature.

/'/ Bri t:.. ..1 ,.. -' Gainesville attorney James C

U. S. ble beneath the( flag are Presidential Adkins Jr. palled 3,2tO:! votes InBI':1dfol'I
By Mrs. Thelma Thornton's fourth period
Engineers :: : a Sto-1 margaln, overhis
American History class debate's the Issues Candidates Richard Nixon: (David Sav. Republican; runningmate,

in Tuesday's presidential election] # age), George Wallace (Ricky Frick), David: : L. McCain, with 648. In

in n TV panel type discussion! The three and Vice-President Hubert Humphrey the race for State Supreme I
!' report letter;advising Darby cf the In.
\for lost: time, Triest said easefully delaying!! paving the candidates seated at the beribhoned ta- (Lucille Kauffman). Court: Group; 2.
watershed tent to make reconnaissance
a a
project on Heard reports from Home i In the Group t, Supreme
Alligator C..eek, Rowell)),. report; was received by Darby Extension Agent Martha) Sue rend or has not spent the mon Court Rage Democrat Jos Boyclpolled

Crosby and Sampson Oct." 24 McCain on her!! trip to the 34th ey elsewhere BHS Students : 2.R22 Bradford votes to
Lakes and Sampson River Findings of the Reconnais Annual convention of the National Complimented the sheriff StudyPresidential 837 for Republican J. Richard
sance Reost: : will determln3 the and county judge on their favorable Leavengad
Association of Extension
will be made
as soon the need for detailed audit Annual
a more study state reports.
In 3. Democrat Vassar
Home Economists In Phoenix:> ,
work-load permits, the U. Joe J. Kopsrski. chief! from the two ( lflcials -
Engineering Ariz., and CD Director: Frank reports: ) Campaign B, Carlton railed: 2,599 in Bradford.
9. Corps of Engineers has : Division, wrots. accepted without
Williams on his trio to the: U. were : to 841)) far Republican.::
notified the Bradford "If warranted: a Detailed comment -
S, Civil De'ense Conference In Wade: Hopping.;
Project Report w111 be prepared -Okayed salary Increases! for had to be on the panel. Each Public ServiceCmmlQslarer
County Commission Mllu'auket, Wis.Accepted TV type panel question and For Florida
presenting the results three Control of the five elapses had different
ol thorough Mosquito em Demos !! Democrat Jess
discussions out
; :! Williams' report answer carried
Requests for the .U. S. Engineer field!! :! investigations! and that 4,712 cars have been inspected ployees: J, B. Crawford went by five Bradford High School panels. "I I Yarborough! scored 2.659 In

to make a drainage studyof office studies in the Bradford County from $105 to $115 per week, Billy American History classes fail Mrs Thornton began each Bradford:! to 804 for Republican I
the area was mads by letter "That repent will to 95 and class Tuesday with a salute to
; determinethe Martin from $85 $ ed to the : Rny C. Osborne.i ,
safety Inspection station.! The sway vote of tilt stu
ifrom tit: cfflc of Clerk Charles, feasibility and Coleman $90. the American flag and a rendition
Justification Jack from $80 to
: station ha* taken In about I9,- dents who still went overwhelmingly i Totals !li: the? State House: ofRypresentatlves
'Darby on Oct. 16. A return for providing flood control works -Received a request from the of the national anthem.
race are cartied -
Ono) wMcti: : has covered expensesfor for Alabama's Gov Geor
for the study area under authority te: "cst 3 1-2 months operation Chamber of Commerce for an ge Wallace. "I "think it worked out all :! 1 la another! story in this iseuei. -
of Section 205 hour's time February light, Mrs. Thonton commented
the in the
of : '.
The CommunityState with: $100-150 left over. The clases, conducted! by !
Flood Control Act of 1948 as meeting to explain the Chamber's after school Tuesday ClayIncumbent
-Ai.. HI: to request the State Mrs. Thelma Thornton, gave 85 On the proposed new Consti-
"All !in all I
amended it made the
Bankof Tload Department;) to pave SR- 1969 program.Congratulated votes to Wallace, 32 to Vice- tution. presented!! t on the! ballot
The Carps will notify the coun 235 In B.-ooker from the Earl Road Fore President Hubert Humphrey, students find: out a little bit Sheriff Jennings In three )parts: Bradford voters!!
Starke ty Comniisson following heavy Green Store to Fie! Hydrocar- man R E, Jones on a new system and 17 to former Vice-President more about: the! Issues I feel Murrhee led a slate of Clay' turned thumbs! down on all

rains The Florida Bank 58I' Inches: :: of rain fall of equipment and ma- got a lot out of It," the BHShistory
on caibon:! road: pr ject, Big/ trucks county last week before the panel discussions in Tuesday's General Elec vtlnj I H which the new
the county In a week High terlals so the Commissioners! teacher told the Tele constitution was approved.
at Starkeand have torn that cction of thepa'emenC the student gave Wat- lion
water flooded: Sampson and up. Commissioner: can tell'!! at a glance, what work lace 91 votes. Humphrey 27, and graph.A 'Murrhee defeated OrangePark : The Bradford volt was: Part
Crosby Lake residents from Zedra Hamilton said.. has been done, where, and what Nixon: 25. The switch was apparently four week study of American Republican Harold Haq- 1 (Basic Document) 1099 for,
their home and also want!!: Into -Was told by Commissioner the Job cost.Okayed from Nixon to Humph government preceded the lund by a heavy margin of 3,- 1603 against: Part 2 Election(
First Federal homes on St. Clair Street In the Jerome Johns that the SRDis the expenditure of rey with Wallace left virtually panel dlicufslons and voting 908 to 1,793 votes Procedures! 1101 for. 1567
City/ of Stark! ready!! to beyin purchasing! $1,595 for fire extinguishers tar unaffected. :Mrs: Thornton's room: was decorated In thrace for Judge of the against; Part 3 Local( Govern

Savings & Loan In ether: action Wednesday!! t'Ieht-ot-+vay for repaying and various county buildings with campaign I posters Small Claims Court, incumbent mnt> 1081 far: 1583 against
the Commission; widening SR-16 from US 30l to Ten students were absent of, all three presidential candle James Norton defeated Republican Photo Finish
Will Be Closed Agreed to submit: two: names the Clay County line. Problem BAKE SALEA when the second vote! was take i e11rS Ralph Thomas by 4.224 to Ths: outcome! of one of his
Monday Nov. 11 for appointment to the Heard: of now is moving the city utilities Future Homemakers of en Tuesday, only 134 students PRATT IHRtE'rCENTER : 2271. tory's desert Presidential races

VETERAN'S DAYA Directors of the Health Facilities off the new rtght-ot-way, Johns. America Bake Sale will be held voting compared to 144 last Of EN EACH In two County Commission remained !in doubt throughoutthe !
Planning Council in Jacksonville said: but he talked Tuesday Saturday morning, Nov. 9, !in week. SATURDAY MORNING races, two new Democrats won night end it was early Wednesday
Banking Holiday an agency which! studies front of Winn-Dixie, The Pratt St. Recreation Center !!
night to city representatives places on the board In the morning before the news!!
In Florida health needs and practices in FOREST SERVICE Rep Ed will open! each SaturdayI services would
and thinks that can be worked Gurney District 1 race, Homer Newell venture ta: predicta
Bradford, Duval, St. Johns, Ba. out. REPORTS RAINFALL Votes to 36 for former Dolled 9:1:I morning from 9:30: a.m. until polled 4,697 votes to 2,241 forMs 'close victory for Nixon

This Space Contributed ker, Clay and Nassau coun Commissioner!! Busk Norman .The Florida Forest Service re roy Collins. l In the voting Gov Le- Noon for supervised activity Rpublican! runningmate, By Wednesday: afternoon it
Weekly to Publicize ties. reported: that paving work on ports the! following: rainfall at U< S. Senate on the i for boys and girls grades 1 Mrs. Hilda Neth. appeared that the former: : Vice

Community; Events by -Was told the new courthouseis three county firs towers during eleventh grade student/ th! through 9.Football. In the District 3 commhsfon President had sufficient! electoral -
approximately 30 per cent the Santa Fe Lake road should 'the week ending Monday: New to the panel d'scunion: clinics will also beheld race, Olin Howard Jr. (Demo votes for an outright win.
The CommunityState complte!! But Contractor! Ern bejln by February, 1969, according River .5; LouLs Hill. ,4; Santa were completely) which each Saturday morningsat crat* defeated Herman Simmons wi'Ssut t the pssjlbllity: of throwIng -

Bank est Driest: said he Is about 30 to information: from the Fe, 0, County average for October three students c e dunnhearsed.eos _. the Pratt St ball Dark The 4,096 to 2,514. the decision Into: the! House
days behind schedule: becauseof SRD. Commissioner Zedra Hamilton was 4.43 Inches, as com and asked Small Fry boys will meet at In the District 2 School Board of Representatives: as had been!!
Accounts Now Insured laid a Santa Fe resident three 01 the 9:30: until 10:43
: a.m. The Ban-
rails during the! pouring: of pared with a 50 year averageof major prUldentlaJ race, Glenn Alread posted 3.758 considered:! possible.
Up to $15,000 by the foundation.:: It will be impossible was taken to a meeting! wth ) .73 for the! month. No woods dates. Each student candle tam Boys will meet from It votes to win over Republican With appoxlmately 92 per cent
SRD engineers! to prove to the fires were reported: the search Into did re- a.m. until noon. Theses s; }iorts' of
to make up all of the during the I! PJslUon: Charles Manhart with 2,170 the: popular vote! reported,
'residents the county is not pur- past week. candidates t of the will be held for instructional
. whether About 700 absentee votes arcijot
or not they purposes. (Continued on Page Six*
1! Included in these totals

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THURSDAY! :NOV. 7. 1968 ,,1.i.peofile .
Willard W. and Mr. and Mrs.
reunion In Pamona Park Sun S-Sgt. and Mrs Ghuahey
spending a thirty-day Dwight Lynch of Atlanta, Ga,
Wynn are
day.Mrs.. smith DeVoe and her leave with their families beforehe Mr. and Mrs Carl Minx, Dr,

fOIl Know mother> Mrs. L. Hoclwr. have reports for overseas duty and Mrs H. H. Adams, and
r I returned from a week'3 vacationIn Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartley and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewswere
Mamalca. s r children were weekend visitor" among those from here at-
Mrs, the Mantovanl Concert'
and tending
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dukes of their parents Mr.
returned Monday after a two Barney McRae Sr. and Mr. and Jn Jacksonville! Monday night

Mr. and Mrs. B. O. McIntyre guests were joined for dinnerby weeks vacation with: their Mrs Lonnie Harley. Patients In the Bradford
this week include
Col. Long's brotherinlawand klns, Mrs. Henry O'Hara returned County Hospital
and children! of Jacksonvillewere daughter Mrs Ray Bro:>
Underhlll, Mrs.
weekend guests of Mrs. sister, Dr. and Mrs. Bryant and her children In Mineral Monday from a week's visit : Ronald
Carroll of Jacksonville.: : and with her sister, Mrs. Bessie Trudie Hodges James McDan- --
McIntyre's parents, Mr. and Wells, Texas, and with Mr.
Mrs, J. H. DuPre. Mrs. E. C. Morris Is spend- Mrs Curtis Edwards in Meridian Norman, of MouKrle. Ga.. and let Mrs. Myra Dyal, Irsac Hen-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Ph-th ing a few days with relatives Miss. ether relatives ,in Adele and slev, Herbert Prescott. Mrs
Beach this! week Lenox, Ga. Helen Paterson, Mrs. Florence:
in Pompano
spent the weekend in,St. Augustine ;- [and while there attended funeral Mr. and Mrs Robbie Shaller Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Hines of B, Conner, Mrs Margaret Bell,
Mr''aod'iMrs., George: )
with wedding anniversary K1)i
the silver 'yr
for relative on attended ; Alachua, were Sunday afternoon Mrs. Daisy Thomas and William
: Renton Pelleville.<< ., M}ich. services a honoring > j
: and hours
open ) Scott all of Starke Mrs.
sister T. :
Hines' -
1 Staff $gV\\ !aid Mrs, JerOmq$, ,Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. H. E. 'fi ) he : guests of Mrs. and :Mr. Mattie Sowell of Brcoker, Mrs.
several days in and Mrs. Will McMillanand Mrs Walla Lipsey.
I Colley spent before leavingfor daughter, Lynn of Swains- Bradley' in Leesburg on Sunday. M and Mrs. F S, Smith. Clarice J. Crab'ree' of Keystone
Starke this week of e
Glathen Starling, son
Germany where: Sgt. Col- boro, Ga. will spend the weekend :! Mrs.Guy Netta Starling, has returned iS7 Mr. and Mrs T, H. Slade had Heights: and Arthur Dekle of
sat- here with Mrs. Daisy Pel'ryman ,, as weekend guests Mr and Lulu.
j Iley will be assigned a home after undergoing si:
and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. r Mrs. B. H. Stallworth of Mon-
with the., Point Re-
I tellte tracking station weeks treatment for a leg infection BIC PENS. Ball
Ritch. On Saturday, the Mc- roeville! Ala.: Mr. and Mrs
He has Just : Tele.
Air Force. in the University Med- Bradford County
from a year's tour of duty In Millans, and Mr. and Mrs. Center. 1i Fred Palmer of DemopolU, fills. -
ical f
Ritch will attend the Georgia- Ala.: Mr. and Mrs. John Me- graph.
where he was
Saigon, Vietnam Charles Chambers, Richard
assigned to a 'commt nicattons Florida football game In Gainesville Makelah, MUses Karen and Cindy

maintenance unit with the Air! Ellis were weekend guestsof ; ; y
r4ciik A
Force Mr and Mrs. Adolph Gay Charles',! parents, Mr and : r7
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mr and Mrs Eugene Tanner Mrs. Lee Chambers: >N

: and their guests, Dr. and Mrs. and children spent the Mr and Mrs. Grover Black- I
; Virgil Cornwall of Montgomery weekend in Perry with Moss man of Panama City were Sun I
1 Geraldine! Gay and while there
Ala attended the UF-Auburn day night guests of Mr. and I
football game in Gainesville attended the Starke-Perry foot- Mrs. Lee Chambers
Saturday They were joined at ball game Friday night. Mrs Lawrence McGlynn of 4afrs'rRUITOFmi OOMM
I the game by Dr. and Mrs Jack Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Clemons Gainesville spent! last Thursday
Davis of Gainesville: Following of Clearwater! are guests of a'I
afternoon with Mrs.
I their son-n-law) and daughter, 1cC
J the game they attended open Tenly. ,
I house at the home of Mr and Mr and Mrs Pete Novak. They Mrs A, S. Harrison and Mrs.J. 4 SEAMLESS NYLONS
for the wedding: last Saturday rr rH
came c:1s
Mrs A. Z. Adkins, Jr. O. Jackson attended the } I
Col and Mrs T. T. Long had afternoon of their grandson football at EnglewoodHigh
Jeffrey Novak, to the former game
the weekend Col.Longs .
as guests over School In Jacksonville Friday -
brother and sister-in-! Miss Donna Huff. gam?
night to see Mrs. Harrls- < :
law, Mr.and Mrs. Came: Long Mr. and Mrs .1, R. Chaflrcit on'j granddaughter, Deidre Harrison .. AS SEEN
Louise of Jr. and family and Mrs H. L
and their daughter who Is head majoretteat
Brownlee left Monday for Belle s
Okeechobee. Sunday morning Stratton: High School In Fort ON TVeo
Glad where they will make
the Longs wore hosts whn: they Lauderdale.
E their home Mr. Chasteen Is
entertained at brunch honoring
Friends of Lt. Jack F. Mc-
business: manager of Glades
houseguests of Mrs. Long's Comb Jr. and Mrs. McCombwill
I br'other-ln.law and sister, Mr. Correctional> Institute They be Interested to know that It
Mrs. T. H. Slade, Guests were accompanied by Mrs.Brownice's ..
''and M. they arrived In Tucson: Ariz.
!I of the Slades were Mr. and Mi's.j daughter, Mrs Monday Where U. McCombwill ,
C Stith, of Falls Church, Va., ,
Buster Stallworth of Mml'Oe'vllle : X
j be (stationed at a nearby
Ala., Mr and Mrs Dwight who has spent the past two elrbass. fi"1 t' i '

j Lynch and Mr and M: s. John week here Col and Mrs. T. T Longwill
McGaughley of Atlanta Ga.: Mrs W. E, Middleton, Miss .
spend the weekend In Or-
Madge Middleton! Mrs E. L.
and Mr and Mrs. Fred Farm
lando with! their and
son daugh-
Matthews, and grandchildren
er of DsmopDlls: Ala. Sunday ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs David
night the Longs and their house Kevin and Mary Anne Miller! Long. 1 7 DREAMY STOCKINGS, ,
attended the Middleton family!\ ,
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Halloween HijinksTypical
t'HOURS Sold in 2 ft.package 99*

I of the many PT A- board box horse, won prize for Lower light: Another 3-year- The Budgeteer plain or mesh-with

sponsored Halloween Carnivals "most original" at Hampton. old, Bradley Earl Cox> son of the nude, nude heel. Only Fruit of the

being held! throughout the coun- Center: Reggie Brown (who Mr. and Mrs Tommy Cox, was t Loom gives you fine fashion nylons

ADDRESS ty were those! at Hampton, had already shed his black cat the center of attraction at at this frbntoutSTUMP'S....

Brooker, and Lawtey last Saturday costume) wci "ugliest" honors, Biooker Carnival In snow :
sVEMBER afternoon. These gala while 3-year-old Shelly Raley white::! chef's uniform, complete
SAVINGS. scenes capture some of the was declared "cutest" at with floured face.

:spirit of these events which Hampton. Robin Wadsworthnot Sorry, our photographer: ran
raise hundreds of dollars an- ( pictured! was named ont of time before leaching Department Storeuj'erwillegar
nually for worthwhile PTA pro- "scariest." Lawtey. Maybe rext year

I TERRIFIC VALUES! eI Top photo: A new Royal
I NI ,... Family was chosen at the :: : >'":' .' J : ; "
Brooker Carnival and crowned
In Impressive ceremonies ling
I 1 Robin Pansh! son of Mr. and MotorsHundreds
II I JUNIOR BOYS Mis. Lee Parrlsh, and Queen

Robin Williams, daughter of
F LONG SLEEVE I f' Mr. and Mrs John Williams
'are flanked by Prince Stanley
,; I. Hayes eon of Mr. and Mrs. N.
G. Hayes Jr., and Deborah
:' Green daughter of Mr. and
I :: Mrs. Stanley Green Of

I ... L" $1.69 values I. f Center, left: "Mermaid" Beverly
prize as "pret
Quality made by famous maker Meng won
r -1 n a $ in 100% Sanforized cotton t best," in the Hampton Carnival

i choice of woven plaids checks : parade.
stripes In Ivy button downs or i Center, right: Three charming!
I spread collar styles. All first : Indian maidens serve refreshments -
quality and a terrific value. I at Brooker Carnival ,,
/ Sizes 38. I II (from left): Grace Bigham Flo \ .

Qulcksal, and 'Shirley! Green. _
I Lower left: John Meng, depleting
I II _
CORDUROY I!;! TURTLENECK, an Indian rider on a card- ,:o.\i. ,.,,' ,

PANTS-:: I IL .7, II "(' "
I SHIRTS Among those attending the .. j. _
I II Florida Auburn Homecoming '

our football game in Gainesvillelast
I Saturday were Mr. and
Carps $3 ::: $5 Mrs. Ervin Andrews Mr. and
I low price i $2.992 : Mrs. George Pierce, Mand ...... .........................

Mrs. John Harold Andrews! ,
Permanent press wide Long sleeve chavette knits Townsend Strickland Mr. and 5 Yr. ::E
wale corduroy with fast with ribbed cuffs. Choice Mrs. Randy Johns, Mr. and 7 New 1968 Fords
back slim and styling trim fit.and Rugged super of solids fashion or stripes colors in com newest Mrs. Bob Ferguson, Mr and MUe

cotton-nylon blend In tan, pletely washable. SI6-8)( ); ,i Mrs. T. H. Slade and guests.
loden. blue, sizes 6-12. MI10-12)( ); LI14-16)( ). t.I t. Mr. and Mrs Guy Andrews. ...................................
y Mr. and Mz's. Logan Gay, Judge .
G. L. Patt'!n. Dr> and Ms;. O.

I BOYS L. Haynes and guests, Mr and
Mrs. Ted Oglesby and son Lar 3 i i

LOAFER Sport Shirts I ry, Terry Brown Mr. and Mrs. ariMusfangsfWagons
Re*. $2.l9 Robert Turner, Mr and M-s.

Long Sleeve Styles-Permanent S. G. Denmark. Mr. and Mrs.
our 88 Press John Green. Mrs. Clvde! Sinclair i Pick-up i
$3 Size 8-18 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch and
reg Bursts, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby .
$ Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis -
Marlowe, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde STANDARD AND J
Terwlllegar, and daughter. Ann, POWER AND 's T ks :
Genuine leather loafer with DenIse Winkler, and W. W.., rue

rich Coda"penny"roast finish beef styling in casting.popular Sizes 2 f for $5 .00 I Hood. : AUTOMATIC : AIRCONDITIONEDSave : :

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Skating Party

For Darlene Luke

BIG & LITTLE SISTER GIRLS Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Luke NOW! While They Last

TURTLENECKPOLOS Flannel Sleep. Cotton Wear Gowns gave daughter a "skating Darlene party on for their her

thirteenth! birthday anniversary.
naJ.mal. Snag and Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the Lake

Warm.Size 3-41s-1' to 14 Butler Mrs. Skating Louise Rink.Harden assisted! We Are Out of Used Cars And Will Offer

$1.39 values I .qq In serving and caring for the

Fine combed cotton kn $1 20( guests.
its. Sizes 4-6X)( in fancy

r $1 1 7-14 stripe or in turtlenecks.solid mock color turtle Sizes turtle stripes St. Mark's WomenThe Top Dollar For Clean Used Cars On Trade.

with contrast neck. New Reduced Entire Women of St. Mark's
Church will meet at the homeof
BIG GIRLS 7-14 Stock Girl
Mrs. O. L. Beasley on Monday
DRESSESNew Nov. 11, at 7:30: p. m, -withM.j.
WESTERN JEANS Fall Styles-Cotton J. W. Klncald as co. CR WITH CLYDE \

our r./. $1.99 -.Leather. Penna-Preo hostess. 1
Trim fit western style in Value to *5.99 '
d heavy 9 oz. denim. Zip
8 8 per fly front. 4 pockets: NOW ADDING MACHINES Man-
copper riveted, sanfori each flat or electric. For sale ofrent.
zed, In 4 popular color $2 to $4 Add, subtract credit bal ,
.. Sizes 714.
t ance.- Bradford County Tel..

ALWAYS It 1st. QUALITY AT CARPS < craph. r :: : OI'A 1

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1'HURSDAY. 7. 1968

Of Interest To. Garden Club Engaged Couple BarksdalesHost i Out Of Town Little WomenTo

Plans ProjectFor Compliment To Staff Visitors AreComp1imented Plan DancePlans

New Year At Family PartyMr. Of Theatres

WOMENGladys for a Christmas formal
Mrs L. v. Hardln presented and Mns. George A. Can- Mr. and Mrs. Ratsrt Barks-! Mr. and
Mrs T H. Slate entertained will be made: at the Little Wom
the program on "Gardening In nova entertained members of the dale were hsts Thursday:! nljht\: at their home Saturday en's Club meeting Monday night i.
tamllles of David Canova, and of last week at 1amb6.11'i1'Iry !
Your Own Backyard" when the following the Homecoming: at 7:30: o'clock. i
his fiancee, Miss Dee Walters, and Halloween when
Starke Garden Club met Tuesday football
Phone 964-7608 came in Galnestille,
-- Mooty: night Oct. 29. at 7:30: at their home on Sunday after they entertained at their! horns with! a buffet supper honoring The program will feature the
o'clock, with the! president, Mrs. noon from 2 to 4 o'clock. on W Madison: St. honoring em. their houseguests. showing of color' slides of scenes

L. L. Full-wood on Southgats: The tea table was covered ployees cf the Florida Theatre The patio, where the guests! from England and France.
with' imported yellow linen:
and 301
Drive. an Drive-In were entertained! preceding the Hostesses will be Donna: Pa-
Mrs. Harbin' discussed what! cloth embroidered with wedding The: carport: where the guests ,
In j supper was decorated with tray, Lynda: Gay, and Betty Jo(
should be doe: in the gardennow bells. Seasonal arrangements' were entertained, was decorated fall flowers and native plants. Warren.
as well as what to plant, autumn' hues were used: in ths with jacko'-lantsiMs., and The buffet table, placed in the!
and tips on preparing the beds party 'rooms. other Halloween decorations dining room, was overlaid with:
and fertilizing them. She: also Mr and Mrs. Canova wee assisted Mr and Mrs Resale Gabon assisted a linen and lace cloth:> and was
gave each member planting in caring for their guests the! Barksdales in entertaining Woman's Club centered with an arrangementof Arrangements used In decorating of fall and flowerswere the

guide and bulletins on insect: by Mrs S. L. Peek, .11'. and pine cone lilies and pyracan-
long table, where
guests were
control. Mrs L. A, Canova, Sr., moth- To Meet Nov. 13 tha
:Mi3. R. F. Young gave someinformnttoa ers of the betrothed: couple; Elise Jones, Dewitt C Jones, Thirty guests were present to seated, was centered with: a
Mrs. Ross Harris of Jackson football lower( container hold-
African and Mrs, William
growing Long: Mr.
on Cindy Canova and George: Ca- enjoy this occasion.Mr. .
and Mrs, ville, State Fine Arts Chairman, Ing an arrangement: of yellow I
tlclets. paining out the similarities nova, Jr., children of the hosts; .1, J, Canova, John Ca-
""r ana:: differences:: between Mrs. 0. J. Phillips, Jr., and nova, Gainesville: Dr. and Mrs. wll review Pearl Buck's: novel, and Mrs."w. W Hood and orange chrysanthemums
.' growing/ them! and: other house Mrs. J. W. Furlong.Approximately Bryant Carroll. Mss! Louise "Our World,' at the Sta'kWoman's were hosts last Friday night interlaced with orange and blue
)plants. "Anyone can grow Afri- Marshburn, Mr and Mrs L, A, Club meeting Wednes: when they entertained! at a ribbon.
", can violets!! if a, very few of fifty relatives Canova, Jr., and children: Jack- day. Nov. 13, at 3:30: p, m. Shwill dinner party at the Camp Place cards, repeating the
.4 1 their: likes and::! dislikes as remembered visited during the party hours. sonville; Mrs Cora Marshburn, be introduced: by Mr. M. Blanding officers club honoring UF football: colors, marked the
,, ," ," Mrs. Young said. Out-of-town guests wen Mr. and Keystone Heights; and: GeorgeL. A Baldwin, who has charge of the house guests of Mr. and scaling arrangement for the
; '. : ,. She presented a plant to: each 'Mrs. Willis Ch sser. Cltra; M'.ss Patten Jr., Tallahassee. the program Mrs Slade. hosts and their guests.

\ ":',:. ( member, requesting that they b* .... -- - -ftdIj- .. --- .- IL '" -- ....
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crown: into specimen! plants: : for
\ the Sprirj Flower Show.
Several projects were planned
t\ dining the business session: including -

... : a continuation: : of civic
". beautification assisting the! $ 4Da
Chamber of Commerce! with set !
planing and judging the Christmas ave
: Lighting Contest: participation :: -
in the Christmas: parade,
Miss Jane Guy Weds Mr. McBryde! and other civic projects. A bake

In I 1st Methodist Church, Gainesville sale was Planned for November I
Mrs. Young gave a report; on
Miss! Jane Elizabeth Guy. of West Palm Beach was brides- the district meeting in Gainesville .
Gainesville and Thomas Bryant matron. Bridesmaids were the and it was announced that
, McBryde of Cincinnati., O.iio Missal Ann Sharon Balkcomof application: for state awards: will M4L flvGold Label
Atlanta, Linda Brothers of
, were united In marriage Friday be made when projects are .
Orlando, and Ann Adkins of .
completed.The .
. night, Oct. 25 at 8 p.m. In the : '
: First Methodist Church Gain Gainesville.The next meeting will be a
esville. The Rev. Henry A. Guy attendants wore gownsof workshop on Christmas decora-
of Jacksonville, an uncle of the Ivory satin designed with tions at the home of Mrs, K

bride, performed the ceremony.The wide scooped necklines, puffed D Conner m Green Acres. Any. ..-=- -
bride is the daughter of sieves and cummerbunds ac- ore who would like to attend ,
centing the empire waistlines. may do so by contacting:> ..a.111embel' -rr"- '. .. IVE1l' ,
Mr. and Mrs. James FrederickGuy ....... _... MjLI
ofora.ge .
They also wore headpieces of the club.Darlene A I... '" :- .
of Gainesville and grand _
.. .
blcssoms: and pink chrysanthemum to Ii. -" -
daughter of the late Judge and feathers, and car- .. '" ..... ...... ...:' 7', >
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns of Starke. ...! ..L..i-J.oi''; ," ... ... c c..
The bridegroom Is the son of ried nosegays of carnations\ and : .,.., "'- "" ... '>. .... ..... r :I'I.I:! 1Jt,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul McBryde of sweetheart roses In varied 1 'kY-.' ..... ,''PO 'ow't. """, "- '" ... '" "''to..",. .... '"' 50
shades of pink Columbus Miss. 'Mr. McBryde attended his son \ )O "" "' 'y-;: .. ...
Glv.A in marriage by her f ; 'I.. ,'. ,, .. : .
as best man. Ushers were the ,. ;-t .
\ sw' ; ..
father, the bride wore a gown ,
bride'3 brother, James Frederick :. ... \ ; -
\>0> ;
of ivory peau de sole styled fI'J ; .. l .
Guy Jr. of Orlando: Howard t'est'y _'C -\o..J : -
neckline chapel .. .. .. II
with high Hutcherson, Juno Beach; "I J1. __ 1. X ;;' !III: 1toW { '" \;, ,
length train and long sleeves of \i: ; >< ,< .. ,
de sole. Larry Brister, Lake Park: and : 4 ;:; IJ "" ,, .1V..'
aUk Illusion over peau
William R, Phillips III, Columbus -
and the hemline of rERTIFIED VALUE
The sleeves .
were accented with Miss. '11) :Y. .... ..(& IIIII.! '" II.II ,I.. .
the gown .
A reception was given after ,:" ; : ... :!IIJ' \:
frosted ., 'Ii
bands: encrusted with: .. '. ... .. ...4 ; :
the ceremonv at th GainesvilleGolf "" ( :s.e. A" "
pearls, bugle beads and crys '
and Country Club. n .L, [ :io ,. r.tII !. .;" ,"":
tals.Her The newlyweds will make \ ';:.... 11I'- Our finest value In 50 yore
at- ,, :v
silk illusion veil was Do. :
their home In Cincinnati where .t .i ;. io'i' c. of quality manufacturing.
tached to a headpiece of silk wvii / .t- I I .too.. ow: ,
the bridegroom Is employed' ) as '<.t < "-':-, rI -
bl:>uon1.s1th a single sidestray
I p'-
an engineer with! Central Electric
of smaller flowers framing -
He Is a graduate of Mlssts- ---- -
nor face. She carried an'! orchid
Ippl State University
and stephanotis: on a white LIFE I
The bride Is a graduate of
Bible Wesleyan College, Macon Ga. .
Regular 6995
Mrs. John) Miller of Starke
and has taught elementaryschool
attended as matron of honor
for the past two years in
and Mrs. Jeffrey Neal Cullen of
West Palm Beach Huff LIMITED TIME

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::! F. Huff, and Jeffrey Lynn I Light and cool, completely non-allergenic Silent Seal box spring eliminates noise, 95 i
rk 'Novak son of Mr. and: Mrs. squeaks and rust.Climatized 4 9

Peter J. Novak, were married::! I Beautiful gold cover that is Puff-Quilted never mildews or molds
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Saturday afternoon to foam.
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the do blring Available in twin, double, queen and king sizes. Box spring at the same Tow price. Foam rubber

3 ceremony.performing Reg. $279.95 Set $ .95 told In sets only
; Decorating the! altar were two Queen Size -- Now $ J 4995 .
Y vases of white sweetheart: roses
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with red roses and greeneryused : Reg. 189.95 Set
as an accent:::: : agal.ist a

background Fre-nustlal burning; of tapers.music;gold was candleabrawith playedby Who can tell the difference between

w Charles Bass, guitarist\ of
Gainesville, and Mrs E M. Da-

vis Miss, organist.Dofothy Mixon served as SPRING AR SUPREME % MATTRESS

maid of honor wearing: a floor' S
length red: velvet pants dress
and shawl. She carried a nose
I gay of red roses with wit: !

background The bride, and given white In marriageby ribbon. and any other mattress ? EVERY BODY !

her father, was attired in a
(7 floor length! Ivory crepe gown
designed with a v-nsck and full

flowing: angle sleeves. Her cal fUSALONE
Miss Taggart Weds Sgt. GriffisIn was without veil] and of unusual by
design with two fo r.foot
Beulah Baptist Church Rites lengths of lace ribbon. She car

rled a nosegay arrangement: ol
Mils Carolyn Jan Taggart, elbow length tiered veil of illusion white sweetheart roses accented:
daughter of Rev and Mi'}. R. was secured with! two with red: roses and: red: ribbon.
L. Taggart of Middleburg. and satin layer with pearls and a The ceremony was followed
Sgt. Gerald M. Grlffls, son of teardrop: center.A with a Nuptial Eucharist Pe,
Mr. and Mrs Roy Grifflj: of reception was held in the ter Npvak. brother of the: groom,,
I/awtey, were married October educational building. The served as accolyte.::: l
18 at 7:30: p.m. in Beulah Baptist bride's table was\ covel'ed"lth A reception was held in the -.t i
Church, < a white! lace cloth:> over satin church parish house. The!
The! altar was decorated with centered with: a circular candle-: bride's table was cvered with
mums and gladioli against a ]labra with five: tapers and en- a bridal:! white cloth centered :
background of greenery and cl'cledth: : pink and white with a thrss-tiered: \ ddlni cake r&

arched candelabra with burn- carnations. At one end of the topped with wedding: bells and Our finest value In 50 years s f

ing tapers. table was the three. -tlered wed- red rosebuds, Cutting the cake'as quality manufacturing.Foam ....." ....
Mir Janice Weeks, organist, ding cake. \\ Miss Karen Lee. ...... ,.
played nuptial: music. The bride attended Orange Silver candelabras: with\ lighted : .. ,. II'
Harry Wilkerson of Lawtey Park Jr. and Sr. High School. tapers and red and: whit! ........,.....

attended the! groom as best The groom attended Bradford roses were: on each, end of the
High School. refreshment: table.: Two tabe;!

man.Mrs.. Mary Taylor of Middle- The couple: will reside la hvld crystal punch; : bows a

burg was matron of honor: Washington. D, C, where! Sgt.GriffI compotes containing! nuts 50
wearing\ a floor length empire /} is stationed at Andrews mints. Serving at the punch ta:
gown of pastel pink with bodice! AFB with the Air Force. bes were' Miss Joy Novak, sis- 8 9 MiI.I Sleep it up on the sumptuous new Spring; Air SupremeBack

of bond lace and satin skirt. ter of the groom, and Mrs. Pa t t ;= Supporter Mattress. Layers of foam over exclusive

Her headdress was a satin bow CandystripersWant Scogglns, Karr innersprings cradle you to sleep. Covered
veil. She carried The couple11.11\ \ reside a t
with! net a
rubber or Inneraprlng. twin or full tlze. with luxurious gold Damask, Puff-Quilted8to foam
bouquet of pink and white car- AddressesFor Plnehurn Park a mobile home!, Box
nations. communly in Gainesville. spring at the time low price. and "Health Center" construction provides extra

Allen Crowe: nephew of the Xmas Boxes support where you need it most.

1n"lde.II'as The bride\ : ring given bearer.In marriageby The Bradford: County: Hcspltal Beta Sigma Phi

her brother William L. Tag Candyjtrlpers will send: five-
gut of Jacksonville: wore:> a pound packages to servicemen The Beta Sigma Phi Sororitj DENMARKFURNITURECO.
floor length gown of lace over tram: Bradford: County and will meet Monday, November 11 I
satin designed with! an empire; Klrgsley LIke, who are now at 8 p. m at the home of Mrs
bodice and 'scalloped neck. serving in Vietnam. B. L. Moxley, 1310 Searing
line. The skirt was satin witha : Anyone ha vie; such: addressesmay : Street. ; 434 W. CALL ST. ,964-5827
lace overskirt; with a borderof call Claudette Peterson at Mrs Sidney Jackson will b< PH ONE

scalloped lace Her 964-7066 by November 16. co-hostess.




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Biadfnrleuuluuatr.e Klorldn. lPl7i"lJVKiinle ,
Bradford Loses Second Straight < : : :: of nlclmrd, Joseph 1
nnine, Deevased 0 elt

! Perry Bests BHS 1 12-7 In Hard GoIn and have Bradford or office deceased RICHARD All demand required against creditor of: are the County to JOSEPH Sold hereby County which of flU:l the estate!any Florida.they Judice estate T.a131NE notified,In'11 lnlms may the ot""r in CUTj 1

the Court Hoim. at ;Stark
The Tornadoes used the remaining Florida, within six calendar' '
Perry Takes Lead
a tough, hard ought con from the date of the FUEL BillS :
test Taylor County's Bulldogs six minutes! of the second Running behind solid blockingby month firm publication of tlili, ""r*. :
bested a fighting Tornado' eleven period but csud get no the big Perry forewall, Scott, Each claim or .demand must the beIn
and'mUMt state
night closer than midfleld. Belote Intercepted Barfield and fullback Vernon writing office
12-7 tn Perry Friday place of residence and pout
Nov. 1, handing Coach DavidNurse's a Barfield pan with Bishop' combined on the second address. of the claimant and lI/1t1J6/
1:08 left In the half but the Tor mint l>* .worn to. by the claimant
squad its second loss in It : Bulldog drive to open the sec. his agent or his attorney.or .
two weeks!! nadoes missed on two passes ond half. Barfield went over it will become void according1Charle I .
The Tornadoes held the edge and were 1 penalized: on the one from a foot out but Scott had to law. :M. RehmlttCHARL.RS

In statistics, 15 first downs to they did ccmpete.Poatka. runs of 4, 6, 12, 5, 3, and 3 :M NI'IIIlTT.11.: -
13 and 253 total yards to 198. yards. His final two attempts Rioir\RD mlnimrntor of josnrtt the!! Lnthl1n
but the Bulldogs had the edge on got the tough yardage inside the deceased.Kufceno.
BHS six and put the ball at the F. Shaw
the Scoreboard. Perry kept ttf. / KI'OKNR' F. SHAW
record unblemished fcr the sea- goal for Barf: ld. both three 143 'Went Call Street
son and it. the same time dealt yard efforts were over the! right Stark!Attorney. Florida for' Aclmlnlxtrator" x
the Tornadoes hopes for a re- side of the Tor.iado:: : lane: First. PublicationNovember:
Bishop returned ths second: 7, 1988.
gional title a severe blow.
Lake City ,1,7,, It Il/St:!
Controlling play against the ,aye r half kick-off 17 yards to his 40 In 'I'be <'11'."" Court: Of TUeKlahlU ;rr
big Perry team in the first pe >uw then had runs cf 4, 2, 4, and Judicial Circuit; Of .r
riod. BHS quarterback Bill Helots 10() yards on the drive Florida. In And For llrailfurd .J
marched his team 86 yardsto Ronnie Griggs makes the tackle on BUS' Tom Marks lies on the ground after Set Loop'sBig Barfield came t through on a <'unt:Sandra: ,. lane M.>u. l'ul"u'.aVIltf'; >

paywlrt, with 10:21: left In the Bulldog fullback Vernon Bishop as he taking out Bishop's interference und fourth down and three-to-go:: Plaintiff, iHfenilaiu.NOT1CC va' Philip. 1C. Kliptr-
second period. A nifty five-yard attempts to sweep the Tornado end. Tex Patrick closes in to help.Ronnie situation when he completed a savage : OP. SUIT
pass from Belote to Adrian 10-yard pass to Randy: Lance to To: Philip It. Kupeiiui\aff*
Brown did the trick Bill/Adams' GameColumbia put the Bulldogs inside the 20 1VI! Wlndaor Street. ;
New JerseyYou
Kearny; ;
plays the first period.:: The Bull- SmIth tackled quickie passover
kick far the point was good and yard line when It looked as am hereby nollCieU tuat
dogs kicked off to the :iTornai the line to end Donnie EIder drive an uctlon for divorce has boonfllud
though the might be stop. _
Tornadsj led 7-0.
the does and ended the first BOLO was good for 11, yards anda against you and you are
Perry ran only four:: offe.nslve'Dig drive with an inteceptton of a third first down at the Perry High Tigers of Lake pedThe Tornadoes face! Fernandlr.a written required causes to .cra If any copy, to of It your oa with the all new
Belote aerial. But the Torna. 41. Griggs went up the middlefor Palatka have arrivedat Eugene F. :Shan: Attorney for
City Beach this week In their Paliitlff, whose address la 143Vest
does defense held them to one 10 yards and Balote: hit split the moment of truth: homecoming game. BHS now \ Call Street :surkc: Klo-r- FUEL SAVIHG
era yard In three trys.The end Adrian Blown: for JO() yards The Tigers are riding the has four and Ida and file the originalilli
won : l lost two the Clerk of the nliovo staled s
to get the: Big: Red to the Per- crest of a 22 game winning games. Court on or before December 2.
Bulldogs fought back after ty: r9. streak and in each game have lists ; otherwise. .a Juduinunt
bu entered against fee
may you
the Tornado TD however shown a team with! an explosive Statistics the relief demanded In the Complaint
and marched 60 yards After the The same pass to Brawn, In offense and a stingy defense or 1'etltlon.
BIt4 PITS! hand mid tin ucalf
BHS kick-off to score with 6:01.left : a tY AMA .i 7'r the right flat, netted 14 more The Tigers have: given up only 15 First Downs 13 .. itnenH Maid Court my .m tin :11\ diiy .,f
.t In the second:: period. Full- big yards to the Perry four yard six points in six games. 7 l"'ti b.-i-, inns. .
back Gordon Scott went over took too much Rushing 11 Cllllrl"l1J"rl. )
line but Helots :: .
of Hnld
\ "I'li-rk
7 .
1. from the two.Quarterback. time in the huddle: and the Tor- Palatka, likewise has some Passing 1 Klri-t I I'tiblU-utioli, <.nt"li .HI.lUliD .
1 Penalties 1 .
Robert Barfieldhad back to the credentials.
nadoes were put impressive
very 253 Yards Gained 198 I U..I1; It 11n:
to chase down a bad snapon nine, They, too, are undeeated although -
the extra! point try and had Melvin went over left tackle they have been tied once.Palatka's 177 Rushing 171 \It 1'll'e: UK 1'1's-s-'. :" 1'10\ '1'0'UtHN'I'.at that now gives you
no chance to kick. That left the for fur yards to the: five then defense, while not as 76 Passing 27 : Fit.I.ITI4Il8 gln'lIhUI% \MI3
Tornado a 7-6 halftime lead. Belote hit Brown for the! third stringent as the Tigers is nothing 9.17 Passes Completed: 3-6 the Notice undersigned ID hereby l under the proM SUPER FLOOR HEAT
Bulldog end Jim 2 Passes Int by 1 .lonx "f Chapter" 2U.D3.I:;: l Laws.
: Coming out strong open drive the TD. is
time in the or: to be taken llghty, nor .r lull, will
Moody drags two Torna the third period!! the Bulldogs First Perry TD their defense. o Fumbles Lost by 0 of itxlHttr Florida.with Acts Hit i flcrlc> ..t the see It now!

does for five yards after marched 60 yards straight to Quarterback Robert Barfieldwas This game right now shapesup 35 Penalties 20 Circuit furl Cuuut1.Court, In Kliirliln out. l"iKriiil upun ,i 1"clIII' >'--

taking a Barfield ,piss\ ;before their second and decisive touch- the big gun in the: Bulldog as one of the most importantof of proof. "t piiblh-ntlun ..C DENMARK
they could drag him down. QB Robert Barf:eld went second quarter touchctaun! drive. the 1968 football season In the !Score i> by Quarters thla notice Staikc tlif J'Jlurneri. riclltlotiH, namunf ll\v y.
down. over from a foot out with 5:45: Terry Wilder got the 'Dogs! off Florida Star Conference especially Biadord "u_ (0700) 7 301; ) South, Ste' rkc I Fl"l; lilil; FURNITURE CO.
left In the quarter, but Ms extra to a good start by returning the to the two schools Involved Perry __ .. .. 0 G 6 0-12 Martha St, M Stai Spencer'ki\ Fla. lau>;3 and Mi'iirln U-.
point kick went wide to the Bradford kick-off which went and it should prove to be Touchdown .Kathleen Cult IT. I' O Rex Jl.l I: CALL STREET
Burning ? left under a bard rush from an exciting night of action. Bradford-1) Starke' I'lu, ,-...U\\ nirUuted ... 33-1 W.
money ) Brown 5-yd. thin 2:1\!>tli play ot tlitob.T 961-5827
the Tornadoe's Christy Chandler high but .short ta. the Perry 40. PHONE
Pass from Bl: ", ?. Adams extra: I'MIS, A, l I' at Stork, llradfnrd -
Barfield off-tackls 10
I lan ,
Palatka wll have ta contain point kick good Cuiiii.y I'lniltlii
Bradford's eleverf yards or the first Bulldog first I 10 II I II i II 'I
scrappy the speedy and explosive Billy p'I'I'y-I'' S=jtt 2yil run EP
back gamely driving; down at the BHS 48 before Bill
fought Hale. who U averaging 115 yards snap! had: ; 21 B\:'field: one-foot
from his
from the BHS 30 to the ullJdOli Belote came up safety
e. rushing! per game. They will also run; Barfield! kick) ur EP wide: .
make the
pot to stop
7 yard line before running .
have to contend with the .
R out of dawns: early In the fourth A 17-yaid pass from:: Bui. field passIng
period. Perry ats: up most of the Griggs snags a to his hugs tight end Jim Moo. ability of Jack Meeks
an wel'' remainder: of the fourth period the closing dy, 210 ,and put the 'Dogs at take City's offends Is very
( Bill Belote pass in well balanced: a $.); with a 60().yard drive of its own. contest. tha BHS 25.Barfield .
minutes of the really went to work; that six players have
Chevron Heating Fuels increase Only 2:22: remained in the Griggs caught four passesin on the Tcrnado ends then. He scored:! :at least' 18 points:: On

your comfort and reduce game when the Tornadoes stop- the game skilled left end:! for four yards the other hand Lak City's success .
fuel cost to a minimum. ped the Perry Drive at the Tor then eight more: then switchedto : defensively will depend on
-STANDARD! nado 33. Belote completed threeof Tornado TD Drive light for eig'it more yards Its ability to caps with: the power Wide variety; hardy ,
OIL six passes as the Tornadoes Driving from their own 11- before:: Rnnis Riggj made the of Lamar Biinson, the speedof 211
blazed back to midfield on passes yard.line. the Tornadoes pushed stop at the BHS flve-yard.lIne. Blvens. and the passing of plants, rI1
Can Your Standard Oil to ,Ronnie Grins at the side a big Bulldog before them far:: .. Gordon( Scott: went the rest of Arthur Anr.ls to Johnny Theo(

.. MAN IN STARKE lineBut their TD drlvs>--an 86-yard eIfOI.t. the way getting three yards bald.:: F
I K. G. DUNCAN Perry's Bobby Walker finally Bslote: :: got th:: initial first and a first down at the BHS In other games involving Flor-' Ask STARTING AT
at his 25 to line before Belote .cU Star! Conference: members It ItEe
964-5132 intercepted down at Ma 29 on a nine yard three-yard
stop the desperation drive by the and Gene Melvin slapped him. Fi'lday. Nov 8, fie: Bradford: Charley
run around! left end where Jim
'Standard 011
Company.(1r1c.1n( Ky
{) Tornadoes in the closing sec Brannen made the atop. Scott's second try over the: right Tornadoes!! will celebrate Home:: (&J t yti.:
onds. Griggs got the second first at side of the Tornado line propsl- coming with f'ernar.dlna providing -
the 2 on a 12-yard Jaunt over thA e led him Into the endzone clos the opposition: Orange

_ ........ .............. ,right side before Perry's. George ing the scoring:: gap to 7H.Tornado Bolles Park will will enter play:ain host Live ta Cocoa Oak, JGl1.ni'About EACH

Beach and St. Auguslne will try
: Buy Daily :.II, .to gain its first win of the sea This Question:
son at the expense of Baker Co.

In games played last Friday, "New package policies are' O L.'(

i P-ECANsj.II Nov. 1, Palatka tuned up Its appearing for offices retailers -
offensive machine for Lake City
!' and wholesalers.!' FALL ANNUAL
., trouncing! Bishop Kenny 48 to They combine theft, public
I 6. Arthur Annis kicked 6 con- 7q
liability and a great numb.r PLANTS .
versions, and passed for two _
touchdowns while Lamar Biln- of optional coverage!
_ son twice went into the end- with broad fire coverageat
:. zone. The Braves gained a total t a 10' to 20'. pre CALADIUM

II of 354 yards, 275 on the ground mium sating. Does the 4'

97 through the air. Charley E. Johns Agency'n.ite PLANTS ctoZ,,

i IAINWRIGHT PRODUCE CO.:. v consecuive Lake City victory recorded and Its sixth 22nd of ; business firms to

the 1968 season, but allowed( Its consult about these new.
:\ PHONE 964-7126 : end Tom :Marks grabs Bulldog quarterbac.Robert 'k vaunted defense ta:: give up the package policies?"

Barfield as he attempts an end run. Uarfiel d first touchdown of the yea: In a fy
STATE FARMER'S MARKET .gained much yardage around the Tornado ends. 19.6 win over Rlckards of Tal Charley E. tlfft!
I. lahassee. )
....................f t Billy Hale, a 99 speedster .

and Jack Meeks paced the Tigers
131 So. Walnut St. 539 E. Call St.
Starke. Fla.
Hale rushed for 130 yards,
while'' Meeks threw for a :touchdown Phone 964-5070

: 'j }. : GAINESVILLE !. r t and ran far: another. For
the season Meeks has been accurate 11
in parsing having at.

...aefrw tempted 85 passes and only two
intsrceptiors have been made.
Business DirectoryAUTO HUNTING NEWS :

Perry rstatrsd: Its undefeated ,-.
'tatus. matcMnj Lake City for f..
the 1 point teal: :f District It.

;.I 1 .1. BRASINGTON STAG 'N DRAG Perry season wan with Its a sixth hard game taught of contest the. DEER SEASON OPENS SAT., NOV. 9 =y:

!: CADU-LAC-OLnSMOBILE against the Bradford: :: Tornadoes

SALES SERVICE Stanley. Blacker Coats by the score of 127. Be Prepared --- Shop Wh-ere The
Fine Selection of Used Cars Arrow Dress Shirts Live Oak finally managed to

Taken Oa Cadillac Trades Puritan Sweaters put its offense! together and Latest Equipment Is In Stock V'
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-3301 Peters Jacket placed 40() points on the scoreboard -
I, Ladles Sportswear r in a game which saw the
CRANE '. Bulldogs .trounce Green Cove !f

I t Authorized Sales A Service and GAINESVILLE MALL Fullback Gene' :Melvin drives for Tornado yardage, r eBolles 'won its seconl confer.

; 2201() N. Main Ph. 372-4373 fusing to 'go down until overpowered. ence game of the season with a
Bank On Guns 20
I' MOBILE HOMES 20-0() shutout of St ,Augustine. Financing --- % DOWN t

.. Crane ImportsVolvo The lass was the! seventh of the .,''.
year for St. Augustine. .-,
MO Austin Healey MUSTANG Orange Park was held score SHOT GUNS HUNTING CAPS :1:
608 E. University. Gainesville less by Forrest of Jacksonville,, RIFLESHUNTING LATEST COMO. CLOTHING :'

Phone 372-4251 Mobile Homes, Inc,. a 20-0() decision.CONFERENCE. COATS SNAKE BITE KITS :;


Home Sales Lot. Conference Record GUN CASES HUNTING STOOLS :

f :
Low $100 Down
as Lake City __.._. 3 0 c
; Motor Repair Co. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134 e1, Palatka ....._... 2 0 i 1 I ASSORT. GAME CALLS ALL WEATHER SUITS ::;

.1 o...'I ii, .. Furniture Tops Windows t Starke ___._.... 3 1 (I SHOT GUN SHELLSINSULATED HAND WARMERS ::;
Of CalaesrUte I be. Windows Awning ,. z r Belles __..__u_ 2 2 (C I SOCKS SAFE KERO HEATERS & ;:
Repairing Rewinding 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191 Live Oak ..__. 1 2 C INSULATED UNDERWEAR LANTERN ;:

New and Used Orange Park ._. 1 2 1

2818 N. W. 18th Ph. 372-8318, SEWING MACHINES : St. Augustine .0 5 ( FEATURING ACE HARDWARE i

GARDEN SUPPLIES Over-All Record ..,

Johnson & Faris, Inc. Machine National Co.Sewing Inc. I J Lake City -----6 Won Lost 0 Tie CI ;

0;; Complete Line oft Palatka ..uu.- 6 0 ]] Starke Builders Supplies Inc. :!

; } 1 r- NTrRfvv., PI.AVTI Pfaff New Home Nelco I I Starke .__uu_. 4 2 (
y.w .Y ,' ,1..eeUeldea Pet Supplies Used and Repossessed Bolles .__...... 3 2 :2 ,
stf tr. ," FRKTILIZERS"We Sales Repairs All Makes Two Tornadoes Adrian Brown left and Tim Murpr'y Live Oak __ 4 3 (0 219 E. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 964-4201 ;
,!9:) + Pent Fertilizer Spreaders'! 611 W. University 378"1.35IJ' :5 5 dose In on Bulldog\ Vernon Bishop who has brok 221 N. W. 8th Ph. 372-047 I I through the Bradford line. St Augustine -.0 7 0 I I


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,< Giants-Undefeated ,

\1 In Bantam PlayIn

1 week picked performances,the tM up Bantam two Giants of victories Charles League behind Green to last re the Backfield Changes Made For Fernandina FightBecause I

main undefeated. -

1- ... of an injury to BUt does completed several passes Nurse says, but the coach is not split end, his usual post except center will be dependable Rob-
Adams and to strengthen the with the strengthened backfield, as optimistic as his star tackle for the change against Perry, ble Smith, will also see action at defensive!! the starting quarterback too
) :', .. .... Tornado backfield Coach David but time ran out on them. and has been determined to and Tex Patrick at tight' end, Defensively Tom Marks and tackle Gene Melvin Ronnie Griggs
: Hurse has decided to put hard- Another boost to the Tornadoes hold Smith! out until he Is healed Murphy may see action there Mike Norman will start at Defensive back? will be linebackers and hopefully Bill Adams

J .'I..: ll w tb driving Willie'Cohens at full for their homecoming test M his ankle) permits, with Donnl! Elder also to< end see' Steve Crawford Ralph If Adams 1s well enough to
". back and switch Ronnie Grlggs with Fernandina's Pirates is the Offensive Line Coach Mike w5Isart Smith and Joe Green action there Scottie Smith and Morgan, and Tommy Blackplay he will also switch off at
to flanker for the homecoming expected return of ace tackle Sexton echoed Hurse Tuesday: \ hear all switching off. The four the wide-out spot with Griggs
R game against Fernandina Charles Smith to the starting "Smith will be ready but will SHrars.w.stts deep men will be Bill Belote. on offensive
BYNANCY'S Beach tomorrow night. line-up. Smith sustained a Probably :see limited action"
FLOWERSTHE Adams had headaches all last strained hamstring muscle The other starting tackle Guards will be Christy! Chand full time Willie Cohens not playing will be ---- -

DELICATE week and it was found shortly three weeks ago and since has Allan Crawford -Is out for the ler and Ralph Morgan and the at mlGdle guard, Robbie Smith,
. FLOWER! before the Perry game he hasa seen action In only three plays season with! a leg broken In
There Is a flower which will slight concussion. As a result against Palatka and none the Palatka game.
dissolve into watery Jelly at the starting flanker saw against Perry. Starting offensively for the
your touch. It comes from a action! in only one play to kick; "Smith says he's well and Tornadoes against Fernandina Horn ecom ;ing Game NOTICEThe
very sturdy plant however ands an extra point, against Perry will be ready this week,' Coach Friday will be Adraln Brown atRonald

> noted ,far: the and he was replaced! by Adrian Insurance
,'.'. Brown.
., many colons of Seen
No J Dushover
.:.:.r the lovely flowers The split end position was occupied Closed
Will Be
a Agencies
::'-: it bears by sophomore Tim Murphy
'. but he hobbled by a
= was
A. The plant we offense and defense tackle
Way-out At only 177 pounds
sprained ankle which was injured MONDAY NOVEMBER 11
are talking aboutIs in the and formations run by Fernandlna John Meade Is seen as the best ,
called early season '
spider- worrying Tornado Pirate that bv BHS
Beach are at position
from which Murphy has never VETERANS DAY
k "wort. It 1rl'0WSmo.stly result coaches in preparing for Bradford's coaches. Guard Lowell Hall I 1-*
in fully recovered. As a .
homecoming contest because the pulling guard for the Pb'ates i
sterna but also Perry left only one man to cover
their players! "won't e'el'have and center Bobby Ferl'e.Ira -
grows as a creeping plant. An Murphy; and put two, onAdl'aln seen anything like it." Is small at 150 pounds but
example of creeping splderwort Brown the regular split, rfi Fernandlna uses a variationof is tough Doyle E Conner Agency
is the wondering Jew. end who was put at Adams' x
the old single wing! and double
The delicacy of flowers Is the wide-out post last Friday. wing offenses and a 6-2 defense Halfback Larry Robtson.. a
thing that makes them so love. Late In the Perry game Co. that doesn't look like a 190 pound senior Is a hard runner .
1 ly. We treat every blossom in hens went in at fullback, Griggs 6-2, Tornado Coach David with emphasis on the Charley E. Johns
our shop with tender care-.so was shifted to flanker and word "hard." Fullback Terry
they will be their loveliest when fullback Gene Melvin was the "' r I Nurse The says.Pirates, however, have Rowe only 140 pounds. Is also
you order them. running back where he will play while losing a hard runner though!! small. He
won games State Farm InsuranceBill
against Fernandlna. The Torn- ; only two with their "crazy"* can be looked for on a double

9 formations. Fernandina has reverse! the Pirates like to run.Offensively .
-, beaten Camden County, Ga.. the Pirates will
Madisonby line up two men In! the back-
Green Cove Springs Powell InsuranceH.
33-13, and St. Augustine 41- field and the ball will be snapped
fT' H. 6, The Pirates have lost to to the quarterback The
21.12 and Lake other two backs will be In the
Bishop Kenny
City 410. winged behind each end. Fans C Wall Agency
Coach Hurse-YE his current will see a lot of counter plays, .
MAGIC CHEF. T eleven should b3-i i FernanCina:: dives 'and reverses.
The 6-2 defense actually! looks
but h'.! also reserves an opinion
isSPARKLING : Can r, Hradfoid Senior Chapter FFA mem- If things go llle: 'he Perry more like! a 4-4-3 but BHS
ber and winner of a hull calf In lat )'ear's scramble,. game and the Tornadoes don't coaches were preparing their
boys for it this week with: much
wrestles Ith a FFA calf at the Bradford High Schoo I get a break. lespect. """"' __ ..JJ'VIt
. NEWwith in a picture posed for the second!' : annual scramble Nov.. "We should be two or three
16. touchdown favorites :"Hurse

I' :saYS Fernandina mav have something -

TV Set to say about that, how. ) : I
-. ever. The Pirates the head e !
1 U U Sot,f Tornado points out, have"several -
"outstanding athletes
For Calf ScrambleThree Favorite recel"r: of Pirate
,; andVewtJeaiwu quarterback Billy Hurbank, for S Our Food Is :

instance' is right end Stewart
/ Pikula, co-capta'.n. a real hustler -
Jacksonville: TV stations the quality of Bradfrd: County and a "-cod, ell-round! play I The Talk Of i iThe
will carry: interview cattle Each boy> winning a er." according, : to the! scouting: !'

.....- .- about: Bradford: County's second calf m '3t also:: agree' to: show: report of BHS Coaches Dewey
,I' annual calf scramble and horseshow : him In the Bradford County McKinney and: Jack McCaskll. S Town :
as a preliminary to the Fair the fallowing! year.Bradford Burbank Is tabbed a good runner
will and able! to out fakes e
Saturday. Nov. 16 event, the : Roping:! Club carry
of Commerce has an hold a special !horse: shotin well, but he doesn't pass too
nounced.Dr Chamber. Conjunction!: with the scramble.It much and is clawed average in Have a delightful gab Pest t with .

E, T. York, provost: of theDepl1'tment will: consist! of trree events that department.The the family cvei a savory meal in '% ..*
0 CcII of Agricultural: cloverleaf Texas barrel wea\ei; other end Eddie Mercer. cur warm and I I atmosphere.. Relax rl 0 "0' '
pleasant !
take) ,' ''.it tUe/enW iii
't Qt;) .Univer-Jty., ofpinrir.H and an arena race. 190 pounds. Is a good blocker ( our: .
1 1r Science I iat. the fresh! delectable dishes i* .q '..
; \
f and a good pass receiver.Veteran's ?
confirmed: Wednesdaymorning e ; -
his acceptance to be '-' We pride ourselves on courtesy and excellent; t'n kf'g :
featured speaker in br ef ceremonies :
prior to the scramble, e e
Chamber also announced 'T

: the Channel 12 will feature a, ri, Our Delicious Buffet :
portion of Its Monday:: "'0
"To-day S' ow" at 10 am with :: Cdr e SERVED DAILY e
Mi. Loyree LaNier chamber e
, presidentelect, and Chamber: LUNCH TWO HOT ENTREES DINNER :

II :Manager Peter J. Novak.: e BUFFETTry BUFFET
Channel 17 will feature a por- TWO VEGETABLES e

MAOICCHIT tion of Its Monday: .. Nov 11 0 11 A. M. to ASSORTED SALADS 5 P. M. to e
"This Morning: Show" also at t\ 2 P. M. 9 P. M. .
10 am. with Assistant CountyAgent r ROLLS -= BUTTERTEA
4' 380,3PW Bobby Taylor: and Tom :
Edwards Jr.. young Bradford $] 25 $1 75
cattle grower: who: has won
) 50 TRADE IN many hone:/s with his show COFFEE S e
; { Ete-1J. Edwa.'tfs 17 wo.i a pig .
in the first! scramble last year.
%, tl'!I.'f I. Channel 4 will also feature e
Mrs. LaNier: and Novak next
'f j;! ON YOUR OLD RANGE Monday. Nov 11. on Its 'Mid M1' :
day Show" at 12:30: p,m.
; REGARDLESS of CONDITION Commitments have been

made by Channels 4 and 12 to .
provide! news reel coverage: of

E NO DOWN PAYMENTOnly the!! actual Saturday.scramble No16 and. horseshow to be

t t aired Sunday. Nov: 17 Chamber!
Manager Pete Novak san
Fifteen calves will be awardedto DayObservance

tM, yout -.s who can catch
$10 Per Month them in the' upcoming: scramble
-10 registered animals and five Setar
top grade commercial! calves
i c will go to: the 20 FFA and 4-H

} contestant A comm-jrity-wlde: observance! 1. Formerly: known as
The calf scramble Is sponsored
$269.50 by the! Bradford Chamberof of Veterans: Day. May: Nov. Armistice< Day the!: 11th :day% of
f Commerce in a Joint effort 11. has been announced by C3inmander November was redesignated! as
Trade-In to build : Joseph A, Glssy of Veterans Day in 1934 by the:
with t county: cattlemen
5O.OO Jne3-Langf3rd> ,White. Post:> No. 83rd: Congress In setting aside!:
5, of the! American Lezion. Nov. 11 as Vet I'as! Day. the:
By olfical proclamation, Cngrsa urged:! that the day !bean
Cross Country TO SAVE A DOLLAR
S which: he Is shown signing: : aboveIn : occajlsn: for: hororlng: :: :: all
I $219sThe the presence of CommanderGissy. Amc..can: teteiar* of all wars
I Team PraisedBy left, and: Legionnaire FOR EVERY PENNY
Frank WIlliams Mayor Carl: Town ExpressTo
Magic Chef sparkles with newness CoachBradford all citizens -
new Hurst has caled upcn:
AtHomecoming SPEND
to outshine any other gas range avail and: business firms t: display .

r i able. New styles and new features bring an American flag r.atiD.ial"a:; a DanceThe

r.f : you the one gas range that makes cooking team lest a High dual: meet cross to country tough reaffirmation unity and a redSdlcatlon of our > ofoursupport Teen Dance this week" When you think of the cost in-dollars and

: easier and better than ever. Magic Chef p, K. Yonge of Gainesville! last !! ; ; to:: our nation in her defense after the Tornado: Homecominggame : distress that the sudden loss of your im

.... Saturday but turned in its top of the cause :of freedom.! will feature the JTownExpress. portant papers,jewelry,and other valuables
: SEE THESE MAGIC CHEF FEATURES performance: of the season, according Post 56 has pjrchased flags could amount to the few pennies a week
and:! tau: city utility departmentwill ; :
to Coach George Loper. There has been a change In
mount them on street light! the policy governing: the dance. that renting a vault-protected Safe DepositBox
: Color Coded Control Slant,Front Controls The losing Tornadoes had 52 poles on Temple Avenue. Eleven Starting Friday right NO ONE.except amounts to here are really "less thannothing"
points to PKY's 16 ''team! with had azieji: Tuesday
: Knobs business firms
Removable Oven Door Bradford High Students, !
,,, : High Performance Lifetime and Door Seals the fewest" points winsi. The to purchase flags from PSit grades 9-12. will be admitted.!
r Cut Iron Burners *.rst five PKY finishers: : of the 56 for display :Monday: and the
AutoMagie Cook and Admission! Is $1.25 and the Rent a Safe Deposit Box
two-mil course all came In alsj: agreedto :!
utility: department
i lift-up end Removable Keep Warm Oven Control dance will end at 1 a.m.
under 11 minutes. make arrangements to mount here right NOW!
,; i Cook Top Clock with 1-Hour Timer Frlck
Bradford's Ricky was those flags.
Red Wheel LoTemp Oven Oven, Window and Light filth at 10:52: his best time of This year' observance of Vet- RULED LEGAL PAD,
'. : Control Appliance OutletFluorescent the year. Frlck was" the only erans Day marks the;, 5oh anniversary Steno Notebook, Order Book,
Chrom-Plated. Non,tilt Backguard Tornado to finish! in the top cf the! end of World: : etc. Bradford County Tele
ti Oven Racks Light seven graph.

"All the boys recorded!! their A
best times of the season" DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home FLORID

,, SLADEGAS Coach Loper said, in praise: of
Allan Patz, Leonard: Garrett STARKE PHONB 964-6200
Reggie! Flynn. Mike Fogg and BAHK AT STAKKE
a host of middle school: part KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHOFTE 473-317B
cipants. '
The Tornadoes: will! run this Rental Services Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Saturday at P. K. Yonge In
St. Phone 964-7701 of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
. ; ;332 W. Madison Gainesville in a return meet. HOSPITAL REDS WHEEL CHAIRP One
Then they will compete in the
regional and tate meets.


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I Shine Arrests FIRST PECAN AUCTION Words CARD can OF never THANKS express the
l /
Bradford Goes Special HELD THURSDAYThe of the heartfelt thanks for the kindness .
Are RevealedThree first pecan and sympathy extended to
held:! : today
current: season was during the illness of our.

With WallaceAnd people charged with School Thursday( Market at and the.will State continue Farms mother.us arrangements For their prayers and the the
whir floral
possession' of (except Thanks:
each Thursday!
Dr. Rltch
to ,
last Tuesday, Oct. 29. food Our thanks
key !! Day) as long as volume
were William! Paul Ream's, Jr., Bob Allen: Dr. Felos, the nurses and the
Ed GurneyContinued 31, and Funds warrants: Manager hospital staff The family of
31: his wlfs Betty Jane states that a buyer will be on
Inez Best 47, all of Starke.Two the market each day in addition Mrs Reba Crawford.
( from Page One) vehicles seized from
proxlmatsly 78.1 per: cent of Us Reames the day of the raid to the FILING CABINETS Type
!Mixon( had Isss I than a 250.000:; total registered voter strength: were a 1968 Dodge and 1961 Sought LABEL MAKERS, front writer Stands, Desks. Chain,
jlc.tfl; '! ?vet Humphrey;:! Tae: totals totall registered voter strength Mercury. A 1963 Dodge was 9.95 Bradford County Telegrapb. SaTe. Bradford County
incomplete: were:: Nixon 29- in what is said ID be the heaviest seized In previous raid a week 1r 061-6305. Telegraph.Try .
Onel Pb.
ni; OHO: Humphrey 28925270. [Continued From Page _
uirr.sut.: percentage-wise - - -
I'i spite of some: predictions: ever: ieco-ded here. earlier.An undercover agent worked school ,.....................
t'.uit: Wallace had a good chance helping to assess the
I'l spits of the heavy voting here and purchased liquor from
l.i ra.y: FI: 'lda, the: Alabama Mr F. Neva Flynn, Supervisor of system. I TONY'SD :
the three. Telegraph
i-x-G\er,::or nn third in state- Elections! and he efficient stuff! officers from ,4,4Terwillegars Clark explained to The
\\Ido voting.. On tits!! basis of had completed tallying the lengthy Participating that these two men111
near-complete: returns Nixon I I returns from: all precincts the Bradford County Sheriff'sDept visit the communities and the Spaghetti :
Robert Green and :
out strengths
led Presidential ticket with '.lurtly after: midnight. schools, point
Glenn Moore, and Dolph Red-
school Sys-
811.318 Fl::-Ida votes Humph weaknesses in the
reyva runner-up with 645,350, OPERATIONXMAS dish: State beverage Dept Bob tem, and recommend ways In P EAT IN OR TAKE IT OUT J
while Wallace trailed with 587- Lay Neal Crisp! Billy Taylor: which the system can be UP- H I

G34 g\ind; mcstly in North: and Treasury Dept., Gene Farrell I.. ..1 graded. ID ALSOSTEAKEtCIJICKENCIIOPSSEAD
and Stoney Day to the! $2.700 AND HOME-BAKED PIES g
West t Flo 'ld.1. PACKAGEAnyone Board: agreed! pay FOOD-HAM-
Reames was also arrested on fcr.
Heavy County Vote HereBrnMerd polled ap- with Tuesday, Oct 22, for possession, Wins end Georgia contest District to win In!the a trip.Ford'Autol1te which Casey the painted agreement out that $5.000 It Open 6:30: A. M. to 1:30 P. M. and A

husband serving n sen with or Grove of moonshine section.Recent. in the Pleasant Ford Autolite Mrs. Terwlllegar wen a trophy had been budgeted for this particular D 5:00: P. M. to 10:00 P. M. QTo

GLASSFOR Armed Forces in Viet- Contest And TripMr fr eight catching feet: five the inches lcngest and sailfish weighing ( :Bids were area opened for kitchen Ren Restaurant |

nam is asked to give his BirthsBradford 130: pounds, and Mr. Terwll- equipment for Hampton School a
to and Mrs: Clyde S. Terwlllegar. bids were accepted.
EVERY PURPOSEItIirrors name and address : legar caught a 250 pound Mar- and low
J\'.. of Bradford 16 projectorwere A
owners lin while deep sea fishing off Bids for a mm STAKKE
County Hospital announces County's' Ford agency, returned Acapulco. referred to school: librarians Phone 964-6784
the coast cf U. S. 301 North Q
LINDA WISE : the following' births: last Wed"!'lay, Oct 30 froma watched the world-famed for their decision, and bids .
FOR EVERY PURPOSE Fhone 9645468The Mr. and Mrs Wyndsll: L. Grover week's visit to Acapulco cliff They divers at La Perla, visited for electronic equipment for the 16....... ............
: Tonda Mexico and the closing cere School:: were rejected.
Starkj. a daughter, the National: Museum of An- Vo-Tech
SHEA'SGLASS Junior Woman's Lynn Oct 29. monies of the Olympics in Mexico thropology in Mexico City Cha- Casey said one bid was the

Starke would Mr. and Mrs Richard A. City where they were guests pultepea: Castle Teotlhuacan, amount granted bv the State for c) STARKE'S cir
Club of
CO. Wes'fall.: Starke. a daughter, of the Ford Autolite Company Basilica! or Guadalupe ar.d final. the equipment! plus 10 per cent /'I '
like to "end a Christmas Tammie Lynn Oct. 30. Terwlllegar! placed first out of the clcaln events of the: and that It is well known that .k.st FASHION LEADERToday's
37J-431S J71-4JSJ Plot (package to each service- Mr.: and Mrs. Winfred Earl 65 Ford dialers in the Florida Olympics la Mexico City the State: allows a 10 per cent ;:
1)11 N.W. 4th man hose name is received. Tomllruon.! Starke a daughter,, .1 difference. He said he didn'twant
Geinsvllb Deanna Michele, Nov. 2. to accuse anybody: of any- ,
Kiddicland Coming! thing but that he believed that go-anywhere
mtrs..vmmrn.v.vLAVITEY the bidder could have received ,

JACKSONVILLEBusiness Member: !: of the Starke-Bradford County fore Inside recommended Information:I all and bids there be do-anything Hush Puppies.

Chamber of Commerce will soon be distributing rejecte'l! and ether bids requested. -

tickets for the "Kiddieland and Teenage FunCenter" The Board: agreed to da: so.
By Enz Blanchard which mil be in full swing "smack in the Board siso agreed: to ask, forbids

DirectoryAuto ..................... middle of Call Street," November: 19 through 23. for will tod be for opened the cafeterias.Bids at a spe-.

Church ActivitiesA The kiddie rides will cost ten cents with the cial meeting at 7:30: p. m. Nov. -
Revival will begin at HighIan1 presentation of merchant's ticket, which will r< .

Baptist Church on Monday: : be Riven away at various cooperating stores. 19.In other action the Board: //4\ \ '

Sales and Service :MOTORCYCLES N:v. 18, with services each eve-. Adult and teen-age rides will cost 15 cents each, Extended by 60 day a $45,000 'f '
ning at 7:30.: Everyone is Invited with the presentation of a merchant's ticket loan Casey said that tax moneyis (.
Triumph to attend. not yet In and that the loan '
25 cents.
rides will cost 20 and
Methodist Sun. Otherwise ,
Grace United : : be paid: off ;
Parrish Motors or day Sshsol>1 9:45: a. m., Wor Roy Burnham chairman of the Retail Mer- could Agreed not to yet pay the expenses of .

JacksonvilleYAMAHA ship 11 a, m and 7:30: p, m., chants Division of the Chamber of Commerce, those going to Washington, D, LL

Choir practice Wednesday 7 p. said his committee voted recently for the returnof C, for the hearing with! the D?. ; ..
SALES SERVICE : To- TRIUMPH 650coPARTS m. followed by MYF at 7:30: Kiddieland, which played here last in 1966, partment of Health, Education

lOcc pre-holiday Christmas treat for youngsters:: and Welfare
Service p.m.First as a
Sales Parts School
Baptist: Sunday Learned that 50 persons are
Used Motorcycles In Stock 9:45: a, m., Worship 11 a, m and teenagers, as well as their parents. Attending the\ 200 hour Peace

Always Good Used Cars 4228 Phillips Hwy. U. S. 1 S. and 7:30 p. m., Training Union The festival is[ being held to attract shoppersto Officer Course at the Vo-Tech

921 Laura St. Ph. 336-5654 Jacksonville 359-7245 6:30: p, m. Mdweek! : services Starke stores, and many merchants will offer Center.

MUSIC Wednesday 7:30: p. m. reduced prices in addition to the ride tickets, Decided that the 1969 Heixd
Church o? Gad: Sunday Sshcol: should be held
Complete details including( a list of the rides, Start program
BEAUTY ACADEMY: 10 a. m.. Worship 11 a, m, and Stark Elementary.
in :
will be found on another page of this issue.
7:30: p.m. YPE Wednesday: 7:30P. : the recommendation:
Paulus Music Co. Approved:
m. Kiddieland will be open from 2:30 to 9:30p. Architect Don Morgan that!
American + Band A String Instrument Highland Baptist: Sjnday m. daily, except on Saturday when the rides Brown Construction Co. be paid
School: : 9:45: a. m., Warship: M will operate from 0:30:: a. m. to 9:30: p. m, I $10,400 for work on the second ''I'. a
+ Gibson Guitars & Amplifier
.1'. m and 8 p, m.. Choir practice phase of the Vo-Tech Center
Academy + School Suppllelnatrucllon 7 p. m. Prayer meeting and Drake Construction be paid. l '
+ Roberts Recorders Wednsday 8 p. m, FFA Boys Win JudgingTravis 54,000 for "sales tax. It was noted
21 W. Monroe 355-9591 + Music Llbrary-Expwrt Bridal ShowersOn that approximately $5,000 is sill
Repair Department Tuesday evening of last Wynn right above, being withheld from Drake Construction -
41 W. Monroe 333-8447 week Mrs Clifton Smith Mrs placed first In beef judging and until the walls are

Riverside John Bennett, Mrs. H W. Ben- Grecory Woods, left, placed completed! In the Middle: Schcol.
IANOS"Jacksonville's nett and Mrs Paul Bennett gavea third! In dairy Judging for the Told Contractor Ernest Trlest Look casual (feel relaxed in these
Hairstyling shower for Mrs. Oral Tannerat Bradford High FFA Chapters in that they would either pay the newcomers. Squared toes, soft
the rcreatlon center. The approximately $1,500 which it I
Academy subtle detailing make them right
refreshment table was covered him for construction, fall
FOR MUSICAL: ADVICE Ernest Wells still owes slacks skirts and dresses.
with wile: linen cloth: with floral have archi- ,
2659 Park St. 388-H5.17 C. CARTER NICE a Mr. and Mrs Truman Norman on three schools: or
Modern Styling decorations. Games were sin: Reggie and Miss Sal. tect show cause why Trtest I Ins 11 l\'IIit. '!'

Qualified Instructors .A enjoyed and prizes awarded the lie More attended: the homecoming ;ky should not be paid. > .".'"
Accredited VA Approved a: winners. Refreshments were football. game in Gainesville. Learned that an average of
served by the hostesses. Miss Karen Lee of Gainesville 17 children received free lunches
Classes a
Day or Night 4t..1o
Mrs Ricky Taylor was hon- spent tag: weekend with: Mr. and each day at Bradford: High
4 /
85H ?j oied with shower In the fellowship had complained :
Q : : a : Mrs. R E. Lee and John School Some mothers qfrAOQ
MATERNTYVEAR == ? aOa hall of First Baptist Kenny Terrell of Gainesvillewas that! tea many students
Church on Tuesday eve.ilng.l: lunches
a weekend: visitor of hisgrandparents were receiving free
z Nov. 5. Hostssses were Mrs : Mr. and Mrs. Joseph competition in Jacksonville
Earl Teuton: Mrs James Norman

gift table and: Mrs was Willis centered! DobtJ.: with The a Pearce Visiting on Mr.Saturday and Mrs were A,Mr.C. were: judging Senior( Chapter team members- Glenn I.................. ....Q.OOO..

Roosevelt( Mall-388.8519 Pink and white floral: arrange and Mrs. Wallen Sapp and Leslie. and
:r J Ritch, Ronald Garver, A .
ment. Everyone: played games, Travis Wynn; Junior Chapter -
WESTERN; STORE with those winning receiving We are pleased to note thatL. David Stalnaker, Bruce Scott .
.: prizes. Refreshments: were ser M McClellan is recuperatingat and Mike Bryan. .
LITTLE DUDE ved by the hostesses. home after: three .weekstreatment Dairy judging team members 0lw1a
Luncheon: guests of Mrs. In Bradford County .
Most Complete : were: Senior ChapterGreg-
Shop for Mother-to-Be Western Store George Roberts on Saturday Hospital. ory Woods Jimmy Alvarez and 1 d7lCCS p .
were Mrs. Lonnie Roberts: and Ms Tarn Whaley and childrenof Jimmy Wilkinson; Junior Chap Iili 1 ,11 o
Mrs. Celdon: Crawford: :: of st,
JUDY'S Jacksonville, Mr, and Mrs
Western Clothing Leather- ter-Dale Clemons, Ray Daughter 9
George, Ga., Mrs. Effle Miner,
Virgil Grlffls and Mr. and Mrs.
Saddles and Trailer ,, and Larry Hicks.
goods I.i 9
MATERNALANE Mr and Mrs Frank Walls of .
Charles & Sharon Petty Malnes GrUHs and their: families The BUS Senior Chapter teamas
Leesburg Mrs.: Bettle Miner: of of Palatka were visiting ?r 9
whole placed second in
1007 Park St. 355-5015 902 s. Edjpnvood 584-1210 Jacksonville, Mrs. Pauline To- a
Mrs. Nellie!: Wilkinson: Mrs. beef judging and fourth In dairy 9
I rode of Kingsljy Lake and: Mrs. Daisy Boch! and: Lynn during judging The Junior Chapter; 9

_L __ _,.. 1 d ..," ." hM ._ __ the weekend\ team placed seventh and eighthin ,
Mrs. H. C. Harley Is spending dairy judging. 9
some time with Mr. Har The FFA chicken dinner! at 0 .
he is the fairgrounds Oct 19 has beet
% ley at Bushnell where .
k termed by chaptermembers
e a success
OVII working for the: State. .
21 MODELS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter, Approximately
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles was raised.! Thirty-five cakes! .

sW Zlpperer, Mr. and Mrs. Inman were sold, in addition to the >
I chicken dinners, which netted
0 U 0 0 Green, ar.d Mr. and Mrs. Vernon -
Reddish of Starke spent the $150 of the $450.DISHWASHER. r
CONSTRUCTION weekend at Cedar Key.
1fT Mr. and Mrs. W L. Durban WANTED .
I __ : and children of Gainesville were adult)I. Apply in person, Lang: I
visiting Mrs Ed Durban horn Restaurant, 301 South.: .
through the weekend. Bennie ltchagSTARKE
: IMMIDIATI and Fammle Wilklson of Jacksonville .
I CONSTHUCTION visited Miss Elizabeth .

Terry from Friday to Sunday. .
Mrs B. L. Wilklson Jr., accompanied .
by Miss Virginia Gas- 0 Please send your most experienced postman


SIP VICI / w.. j "-I IA j and sons came out on Sunday 0 We're mailing our allowance to First Federal.
N- and the children! returned with
N.w horn coin hors IncriaMd.tvbitantially.....futt last year, ''" ..+.. This week Mrs. Albert Sap. .
and lti..trend wilt, continue.Tak advantage" of .pr.Mnt values.Buy ... penfleld and Mrs. Mil Smith AUTO SERVICEGilbert
ia SHOUT VIAlS at toda/i.l tow...rICM-and watch th..valu*of youf horn are attending Koscot interplanetary .
InCl.o..01 connection coin.,... .
for Cosmetic Inc. tnlnlnaIchool Distributors In S. Brown i Savings and IOall-

t fuJ@ @{} I Gainesville.Mr. and: Mrs. B. E. Reddish Standard Oil Service Station 'e Na

in IHI Tho lock of mortgage mon.y will no'.ap.obl..wh.nyouchoa.. Jim. Waltor fo build spent the! weekend with Mr. and ATLAS OF STARKE
FOLLOWING LOCATIONS your now horn. Million or* available for mortgage financing. Stop by the nearest Mrs. Stanley Barber in Orlando TIRES & BATTERIES
Jacksonville Jim. Walter office today for complete 'Information. Why waits'peGa&e4rr and attended the Barber family Budget PHONE Terms -964-7071 Road Service : 218 N. Temple ATe Phone 96"- OOO

Fla. 32205 Bud S'eeo.e d Iorwt Cottage4lUKTMTOWIMOMin reunion in the recreation building 407 N. Temple starke .
3281 WestBeaver IMg Srntt c'pfiparr.fon'iompttt*. at Christmas) on Sunday.
St. .500IINANONS. ., '" Mrs. Charley Brown of Orlando .
P. O. Box 6218 .rmiJNII 10 ALMOST AIT STAM Of MTIIIM COeVUTIM JIM ---, is visiting Mr and Mrs HURST'SSHELL

Ph. 388-1585 'I I (:.:.WALTIS s..n.mN, COaroIATION) George Privett. WHERE YOU SAVE DOES MAKE A
II 1 Iw..N q.....--.......ryw WLy. ., eo4 I Mrs. Truby Wainwright visited i L ]
Fla.Ocala 32670, I'I, I 1 IMInNr.N/N._'.. ,.....,,_. _(C __. r...OC.na..l........ I I Mr. and Mrs John Lang- Service Station DIFFERENCE!

3001 South V NAMI ford and their fa mile>" in Lake Gas Oils Lubrication
Pine St. ADDI"S I Butler last Tuesday and spent Goodyear Tires A Batteries .
P. O. Box 954 -'-i- car __STAn. Ifajf I Thursday to Saturday with her ROAD SERVICE S
Ph. 622-8h8 II 4 4I wm., or stop 6y today. I ToI.'..... I sister Mrs. Frank Rowe in 301 and 100 SUrk

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-,. ., The Promise. And The Delivery Editor. laformatioa Services

un- This column has now reached quests of varying kinds from
s I, the oasis of incomplete return
-, from Tuesday's General Election it enough to persuade the electorate to buy halfway into Its first ;year of readers of the column, usually
that appears Mr. Nixon's bill of goods. existence asking for literature or Information

Richard Nixon has gained But the problem, as Mr. Nixon must It was six months ago that on the Program.
. the required: number of electoral votes well know, is not simply to point to the ALCO-TOPICS made its first We even feel certain that

e' to make him the next President of the- wrongs of the present and the mistakesof appearance (In many of Florida's ALCO-TOPICS has played a partin
United: States. newspapers. In fact, 33 carried at least a few Floridians with
the do that. The
past-anyone can
. No the drinking problems seeking help
matter what his personal feelings first ALCO-TOPICS column
real problem faced Mr. Nixon will be
the individual voter r4frV which made Its debut In mid- -and finding It-through FARP.
9 doubt
no heavea his inability to deliver on his promise April. The success of any plan or
>&> sigh of relief that the dismal cam- that his election would change all this \ Today ALCO-TOPICS program In these closing daysof
>D> paign is over. It was a campaign lack. In the twinkling of an eye. a' a rnoreor-less regular basis the Soaring Sixties dependsto

I", ing dramatic confrontation-Mr. Nixon "Instead: of civil and racial disorder in 43 newspapers, and three of a large extent on the publicityit
did not choose Is able to disseminate about
to debate-a campaign these outside Florida. One
B'' under President Johnson, we will have itself and that which it receives
that failed to produce a single memor- =* newspaper In Texas and two in
order in
the American
cities under President --7 6 from outside sources. This holds
e able Pennsylvania,, having learned of
speech .
failed to produce, in Nixon. Instead of war in Vietnam- true whether the subject Is
through an
. fact even the trenchant phrases that alcoholism or agriculture.
and international
anarchy elsewhere
un cle which appeared in a national
fell like music on the ears of the electorate Thus, ALCO-TOPICS is a vital
der the
Democrats, we will have peace magazine, wrote us and askedto
in link In the chain of information
. past campaigns from such masters in Vietnam and international order un- receive the column for publi-
which FARP is attempting to
of oratory as John F. Kennedy and cation each week. This, of
der the Republicans. This the ,
was Nbc, get across to the people of
.9i Franklin D. Roosevelt. on promise, expressed or implied, but it course, we were happy to do. Florida regarding the 180.000

. Looking back, we can agree with the is a promise that cannot be kept. We'd like to make our column alcoholics In our state.
political analysts that it was a campaign As today Just one big "thank you" The central message of FARP
pointed out by Mr. Nixon thereIs
note to the publisher and editorof "
that failed to clarify while is "Alcoholism Is Treatable
i furing the actually con- no doubt that Americans are worried the newspaper in which you and there are thousands of rehabilitated
. compelling
issues of our time ; about the war, they seem to feel that are reading ALCO-TOPICS. This alcoholics in Florida
did more to divide the nation than to column Is carried free of charge
Washington is trying to do too much who will happily attest to this
unify it. about policing the world, and is 'attempt by every newspaper using It. In statement.If .

;r As James Reston of the New York ing to transform relations between the other words, the papers carry- you'd like a license plate

Times put it: "There has not really beena rich and the the blacks tag ALCO-TOPICS are public- bearing this message, Just dropa
serious poor, andthe spirited to say the least. Their line to FARP's Information
analysis of how Nixon or whites, and the rich nations and the poor cooperation means getting the Services Box 1147, Avon Park,
Humphrey would deal with these issues, nations too fast.!'! message of Florida Alcoholic Fla., 33823. It will be sent you

with the Congress, or the cities, or the Mr. Nixon and his Madison Avenue Rehabilitation Program across free and postpaid.

war in the next four years, or evena advisors exploited these fears and reac- to the people of Florida at no FAR has not only license
fair comparison between the charactersand expense to the State other than plates but literature of all
to the hilt, appealing to everyone the cost of preparing and mall-
abilities of the two charac- types on the subject of alco
principal who had
a complaint and wanted Ing the column.
ters. a holism. We're here to serve
In this election, we have had a "change" in the status quo. FARMER'SCool DIARYthat The response to ALCOTOPICSfrom you!

judgment on the past. A conflict between The question now remaining is whether its readers has been grati And again, thanks to every

the advertising slogans and war cries of Mr. Nixon can remove the complaintsand 1 now construction 'is 'mov tying Not many day. go by that newspaper publisher and editor

the two parties," and on this basis, he bring about the desired changes weather Is helping the ing! ahead at a good pace. It Is we here at FARP don't get re- who is using ALCO-TOPICS.

concludes, the advantage lay with Mr. once he enters the White House. He has newly-aet berry plants get off scheduled to be completed by
Nixon. to a good start. There, is a critical next May. Various amusements enjoyed.
the argument for change but not the .
f S.
period right after the
While speaking in platitudes The Inn, operated by
refusing power to bring it about. Whether that plants have been set when a The plants and shrubs in our Mrs Jerome C. Hughes, sold
I to debate the crucial issues, Mr. power can be built during the four years spell of really hot weather yard are taking on a tired because, according' to Mrs. Four Purebred,
concentrated on the failures of cf Mr. Nixon's administration remains with the :sun beating down on look, as if bracing for the coming Hughes it was "almost Impossi Calves Purchase

the Democrats-of which there are admittedly to be seen. the plastic mulching, can kill winter, but our dogwood Is ble to get merchandise" (beer).

many.: To disgruntled voters- It sometimes happens that a man rises off. plants before they get go- a pretty sight with its leaves Since the changeover at Camp For Scramble
frustrated the Ing. So, this cool weather Is painted In pastel shades to delight
by problems of the cities to the challenge that confronts him 'and Blending there were fewer sol
and the races, the conflict between generations is strengthened by the monstrous prob- helping 'right. now.. the eyes. We rate the dogwood Biers\ coming to Starke for en Bobby Taylor assltant countyagent

and the the unending war in Vietnam, lems with which he must deal. We can However, it got a lot colderon By Sam McGarrcy? of our and most pyrancantha Showy! shrubs as two or tertainment.latka, It was Many rumored went that to Mrs.Pa- Livesock and Selection chairman committee of the

confusion of moral issues-this only hope that this will hold true in the several of the mornings trees. But we can't overlookthe Hughes was sister of Al Ca- for the. 2nd annual Calf Scramble
sounded good and was apparently case of Mr. Nixon. He and the Nation lately, and while we didn't see those Interested in establishment ; pine cone lily which is in a pone, but she denied\ this saying has announced the first
neeed it. frost, have an Idea \thai' of county-wide fire protection class all by Itself.
will any we Incited "they were just< good friends." four; pure bred registered anus
some low spots out In the country system are to attend S e calves have been purchased
I Far-Fetched. Court DecisionA got nipped with it. We had meeting which will bs held Our poinsettias are starting A carnival celebrating the second from the Bennett It Brannen
to turn on our heating system, Monday, Nov. 11, at the Brad- to form the. "flower leaves" and Ranch Lake
recent\ ruling by a Clay County Circuit anniversary! of the VSO Butler
Judge might revolutionize the the Constitution" does net forth qualifications but with the heat pump it 1 Is ford County Civil Defense build it looks now as if they had better 'was held on the armory grounds A total of 13 calves will bed
on that score. simply a matter of turning a ing. The chairman of the group, hurry up before the frost and attracted between 800 an offered by the Chamber of
make-up of Boards of County Commissioners The ruling, if upheld, also apparentlyopens \switch from "cool" to "heat." Ralph Bryan, said it Is being catches them. Light is a factor 1,000 people Amusements of Commerce in Its sponsorship

: throughout Florida if upheld by the door for a county, such as As we can remember the trou- called to organize a volunteerfire In the development of the"bracts" fered were bowling, pitching of the Calf Scramble which

higher courts. Bradford, to have five Commissioners, ble of starting up a steam boll. department which will serve so if we have a lot of horseshoes bingo, basketball, will be held on Saturday Nov.
The ruling came as a result of a caseIn all living in the same district.A er, we are quite happy with the area lying just outside of cloudy days, we'll get blooms shooting and archery.

which Luther E.JWHapni; Clay County Commission candidate could maintain this great advance In home en the city limits. .of Starke.. that much sooner. eAt 16.Ten registered animals and

Commissioner, asked the court to declare : gineering. Bradford High School had organized five top grade beef calves win
his home in one district and run .. With this effort to get fire last we have a citrus :
an FFA be
chapter. Officers awarded winners
that Homer Newell, the man who defeated for office in another. The present Con The big Calf Scramble and ''protection for rural areas, plus which seems to be off to a good! 'were: president, Marcus three heats. Contestants- of M the the

him in the Democratic primary stitution simply says : "There shall bone e Horse Show on Nov 16 Is just the application for a drainage start. We lost a number of Reddish; vice president, John "Scramble" are PTA and 4-H

last spring, was not qualified to serve County Commissioner in each of the a little more than a week off plan for the county, and the grapefruit and orange trees, Hall; secretary, Emory Brown, boys from age: 13 through the
because he did not live in the district five County Commission districts in each eo mark down that date and building of a fine new court due to the cold, but Alice set treasurer Lavon Alvarez: reporer. eleventh grade In school.
from which he elected.In be to be at the house, It looks as if things are out a Calomondln and now It ,
was county ." but according to Judge sure fairgrounds of Billy Matheny: ; advisor, The participants screening
ruling on the case, Judge MartinSack' Sack's interpretation, this does nct mean to witness what Is billed as the moving county.for the betterment has a pretty .crop. of fruit. V.Dog R. Ferguson; and; Watch committee has not yet determined

declared unconstitutional a state S e Jimmy Godwin. who the contestants will
that Commissioner must live in that
a "the biggest and best event of The tree yields/ little orange be, but the decisions will be
statute which requires that Commission district, but only "represent" it. the year." There will be 20 The new courthouse, 'by the colored fruits and Is planted WUi Our Men In Service ((1943) announced next week. Sixty

candidates live within the district from The Constitution provides for five contestants: 20 prizes and fun way Is behind schedule, according mostly as an ornamental. Alice Leonard 11', Smith Jr., son of five boys have applied to the

which they qualify for six months priorto Commission! districts and five commis for all. to builder Ernest Trlest. tried one of the fruits and saidit Mr and Mrs. L. F, Smith of committee, which must decide
the election. He said a lot of valuable time was very sour, but that she Starke, has been
stoners' Judge Sack said, but they can promoted from on 20 boys plus'alternates.
Judge Sack said the statute was unconstitutional live anywhere in the county-not Speaking of coming dates, all was lost at the start of the pro. will use them for' making jam or private 1st class to corporal. He The Bradford Roping Club
'1eet. due to rainy weather, but
because it prescribes necessarily the district that they repre- hl'P Cn'VOl has .been in the army five will also hold a !Special horseshow

qualifications! for the office of county sent. months and is stationed at in conjunction with the

commissioner' in addition to those prescribed It Is conceivable, then, but not too 1 ,1" ,_ ". Itls: a woman'si 25'Years Camp Joseph Selby T,, Miss Loadholtz, a veteran of Scramble.three events The show which will will consist be
by the Constitution. AgoBy
probable, that all five commissionerscould '" of Guadalcanal, who is Cloverleaf, Texas Barrel Weave
Based on thin decision, it would apli live in the same district. Though' "; lUlib stlU serving' with the Marines and the Arena Race.

.. >}> ; pear that Judge Sack has declared that each commissioner would be representing 'r :Alice MdJarv8J' 'somewhere in the Pacific' has

tV+ any state statute which prescribes a separate district, he might still been promoted to the rank of ATTENDS CONVENTION

O $ qualifications for the office of county have his home district in mind when he By Alice MeCarvey ern corporal Samoa.He also served in west :Miss Martha Sue McCain,

e fji commissioner. in addition to those set goes about administering county busi- J.. By Martha Sue McCain Much of the social life of !the Henry Cone, after M months Bradford Home Economist County was Extension among
forth in the Constitution is unconstitutionaL county wM centered
o .g around service has been given 19
County Extension a medical other home agents from.
o ,:;, ness.Mr.. Wilson plans to appeal Judge Home Economics Agent wartime projects because of' the discharge. from the Army Florida" attending the 54th an-
o J*, This would apparently include the Sack's decision to the Supreme Court, nearness of Camp Blanding'and because of a back injury Incurred nual meeting of the National

i statute requiring a candidate to be a where It seems to us it will likely be because of the patriotism of the during a forced landIng. Association of Extension Home
0 s, qualified elector. If this law is HOW TO MAKE PASTRY 2 cups all purpose flour, three- people. Economists in Phoenix Aria
; uncon- overruled. We do not think it is rightfoT' The local ,.
premiere of
0 WITH fourths teaspoon' salt, 3 teaspoons the movie William Jackson
1' !titutional' then the candidate wouldn't LESS FAT son Oct. 29 to Nov. I,
all County Commissioners to residein "This 'Is the Army' the of
water. was Mr and Mrs.
Using: new and Improved; Paul Greene
. rr:j have to he a qualified elector, which the same district, for human nature methods of mixing, you can Blend room temperature fat occasion for '''a big "to do" at of Hampton, and Byron C. Brant-

0 :&i means that he wouldn't necessarily have being what it is, they would almost inevitably make flaky tender pastry with Into dry ingredients for 2 mIn- the Florida Theatre 25 years I ley, son of Mr, and Mrs. C, C.
. *$f to be 21 years of age. Therefore, acj show preference to that dis less than the usual amounts of utes in an electric mixer on ago. The first night: showingwas Brantley, :recently graduated the Jacksonville Naval lAIr Sta.

0 t G;j cording to Judge Sack's ruling, the un- trict. It seems only fair to us that a cooking oil or solid fat by the lowest: speed.Sprinkle all the organized\ as a benefit with rom Aviation Radio School at, -class tion. :They are both Seamen let
der-21 candidate could for office following In water gradually revenue going to the
run :
9 Commissioner should be required to live
Army: Relief Fund. Six
X even though he couldn't vote, because Liquid OU Pastry ((2-cruit ple)1) while blending for 1 minute. -
. in the district which he represent__ One-4ialf cup, minus 1 tablespoon -, Mold mixture Into ball. tickets (capacity) were sold at r
$.65 each and
continuing to 3 p.m. After a cooking oil (cottonseed, Rollout dough between! sheets sates were In
. $ Open House Set and and there will be charge of the
discussion of the Training Center games, !: coca. or soybean), one-fourth of wax paper. For a 2-crust American Legion
cribs and play area for the very pie, use a little more than half under the guidance of W. B.
=J For November 17 and the distribution of cup water, 1 and three-fourths
mall children. Sewell; Rotay, H, N. Fairbanks
printed materials, tours will be unsifted or 2 cups silted all of the dough for the bottom
At Sunland conducted through the cottages Refreshments will be served I purpose flour, three-fourths teaspoon crust and the remainder for the ; Junior Woman's Club,
school, after the tour*. salt top. For single crust pies; divide Miss Abble Harley; Woman'
occupational therapy
& Visitors advised to Club '''rs, J. W, Klncild '"
The annual open-house program and other areas.Superintendent. are wear Shake together oil and water the dough Into 2 equal portions : and '"
j$ at Sunland Training Cen- Philips said comfortable walking slices. (both at room temperature). before adding filling, the High School under the ""aus

A ter In Gainesville to commem- "About 43 guides have been recruited .; Sprinkle this mixture (shaking prick dough with fork. pices of Mrs. Julius L. Thorn.
? orate the 47lh CARD OF THANKSOur Bake at 425 A band from Camp Blanding
anniversary of so that the visitors will It as you sprinkle) Into the degrees for 12 to
S? the Institution and inaugerate be taken In mall groups of 20 heartfelt thanks to all dry ingredients while blending 13 minutes. I land the Bradford County High
j& national Mental who extended If pie shell and to School band played on Call .
Retardation through a representative sample comforting sym with electric mixer at lowest filling are
) week will be Sunday, Nov. 17, of all the cottages' and pro pathy and help In our recent speed for 3 minutes. be baked together, follow directions Street before the event.' Cpl. L. Lets && Boor
g 5l according to Superintendent R. grams." sorrow. For the beautiful service Mold mixture Into a ball. given for the pie: filling. Helfenblen was the master of "' _. "

C- Philips.: He added "Please bring :your floral offerings, and Roll out dough: between sheetsof Measure flour by placing ceremonies for the entertainment "' ; ---

$p Opennhquse tours will begin entire family. Children under 12 other kindnesses we are deeply wax paper. For a 2-crust pie, teaspoonfuls lightly into a inside of the theatre and anyone j111' ; ...:..
& .from Hope Chapel at 1:30: p.m. will be entertained with movies grateful. The family of Mitchell use a little more than half of measuring cup without sifting. importance from Camp)
6 .Evans. the dough for the botom crust :Fill up to overflowing and Blanding was Invited ,to parti Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine\

The Bradford County --- ... and the remainder for the top level off with the straight edge cipate. USE LIGHT METER
l- of -
a spatula
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED N., ...-, divide crust. the For dough single Into crust 2 equal pies, Electric Mixer Lovett's Groceteria opened: on FOB" GOOD PICTURES jam the shutter release. Squeeze it
-;- 1'1. The electric mixer can be Call Street with William J. Photography afloat cre.te. tome firmly When you're on solid ground
portions before
& II. :rolling out. Overstreet 'special problems for both amateur brace the When
1879 used for all blending and mix ** manager. Other you can camera.
Put rolled dough into pie pan employees of the and professional/ cameramen. The shooting from a moving boat, don'lre.t
U shell is to be baked before ing. If you do not have an were Mrs. new store biggest one I I. electing the correct the camera on the gunwale It
rra Ir'a. adding filling, prick dough witha electric mixer, use a pastry : Pauline Phillips; )eni exposure. will pick up the vibrations In the
fc.e Mrs.
1? /Mesa 4Bit/4/ fork. blender or two knives for cutting Myrle ;Adams and Miss Bright sunlight, reflected off the hull and give your pictures a fuming!

I You ought to be quiet ando d I Bake at 425 delTa for 12 to fat Into dry Ingredients Jene Parish cashiers;;: Joe water makei guesswork extremely look.
*'' FLORIDA ESS nothing ruhly-Acts i IS minutes. and a table fork for stirring Thompson, market manager; H. difficult. Even the professions! admits ((2) Move In closer Almost every
U water or the water.and oil Into H.: Young, assistant and D. M. this. They know light meter Is amateur photographer stands too faraway
19:36)). the pie bell and filling are the dry Eller was District Manager of the only way to obtain pictures with from his subject. Don't be
ASS TON to be baked together, follow ingredients the correct exposure.To Oftentimes
Often we wish we could re Sprinkler this area. afraid to shoot tight close-ups.
tract something we have saidor 1: directions given for the pie -..... obtain the full benefits of a th M will be :your ]best pic lure..
filling Use an ordinary laundry meter, you must use It correctly.Taro ((3) Watch backgrounds. How
g: done.When we feel this way,> Measure flour by placing sprinkler for adding the wateror The Brook School held a the reading directly at the point many pictures have you seen with a
it is time, right then, to takean i tablespoons lightly Into the water and oil for making Hallowe'en Carnival near Col- interest you plan to photogrsph. If( tree sticking out of the subject's
a measurlng -
Tc E. L. MATTHEWS. Editor-Publisher idea of truth that will free>' cup without sifting. Fill pastry An ordinary soda son's Store. A chicken supper this .. Impossible, find an object head? This Is merely carelessness.
was served end nearby that is exposed to the same Make visual check of the tniirt
a parade and a
Published each Tharsday sad entered as SecondCUM us from hasty or unwise decisions cup to overflowing' and level off drink bottle with a cork sprink- light<< conditions. Once you have threading scene you plan to photograph. After
Matter at the Pelt Office at Starke. Florida and actions. Let's pause i with the straight edge of a ler attachment may be used in- don't second guess the meter. you've checked out the background,

under Act of March 3rd. "1879.v first and make sure that our spatula. stead. the marks for measuring the The Evinruda News Service also you can focus :your attention oa the
actions will be wise, right and| Solid Fat Pastrycrust pie) The first time you use the oil and water each time :you use warna against committing one of the subject.

; Subscription a la trade area 1 7..... "JWj Outside good so as to be a blessing to One-half cup solid fat (lard sprinkler, add the water and the sprinkler. (Note: Both oil four most common. Before errors in outdoorphotogr.phy. the ((4)) Don't be greedy. Many pic-.

(fs Irate area: l.year. 'U.IO ourselves and our neighbors. or hydrogenated fat). 1 and mark the level with nail polish.: and water must be at room, shutter the next time,clicking run through lures are. has ruined tried because the much photographer Into
to too
Then get
add the
right amount
9 three-fourths cups unalftedor nil pf temperature to shake out of the, ,these check points! a single picture. Keep It simple. You
and mark this. You can use container.) ((1)) Hold the camera steady. Don't .can always take more shot*.


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By Dorothy: Mill Emil Meyer, 72. of Hampton
Phone 473-4518 Lake died Saturday afternoon

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Hope Baptist Church Switzerland, and had:! lived in f' 11lr! ( L1UJLkI! [ [
Bradford County more than 14
Sunday School, 10 a. m;: )h i Ll !! !! ,
Wojshln 11 a. m.;: years He was a member of St. c.c I "Fa whne .lour hasu4 k Nero will loss head be ako"e

Morning Training Union 6:30: p. m.; Evening ; Edwards Catholic Church: : ,1!(....... __ ._....__ __ .,...,.- ".,,,_':___ .. ., .., ilm: 7:15 m.: Wed Surviving Is one sister Mrs.P. TI'n'lll !1tm. : ln! "';:>-;;"...:: ..':.>:k"",;;; ; r"'i"w_ mli8lfllli1It: -- ,
Worship.: : p.
Kessler and a brother Ernest -
nesday Evening Prayer Service Meyer bath of St. Gallen BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST '
730 p. m.. with choir practice CALVARY CHURCH. HIGHWAY 18 N. ,...... .
Switzerland. Morn ; ; -" '
Sunday School. 10 m. ; !
afterwood.New School. 9:43: a. m, : y ,
said in St. Sunday f
Funeral mass was Worship., 11 a. m. Traintnet4o f
for the
TrainingUnion. yi
cairpstlng: Edward'a, Church at 9 a. m. Morning: Worship. 11. .
and :), 6:30 p. m. i
nursery, beginners: room 6:30 m. Evening Service Put the Full wp
Wednesday with Father Edward: ":30. Prayer Mes-tlng, Wed. : p. on
is expected toar- v.ce ser- ar t
auditorium and it is hoped Kirby officiating: Interment was nesday 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H. 7:30.: Midweek '
live this In Crosby! Lake Cemtery vlcs, 7::30.
that Installatbn can be com. The Rosary as recited at 7:30p. : Butler, pastor.DEDAN L. Tommy Hi>We. Pastor

p!:ted before Sunday. al m, 1'jesday:! in DeWitt C. BAPTIST CHURCH: t tRev .::: t
Packham was ::
Merle CHURCH .
evening Janes Funeral Home. BROOKER GRAHAM :.:: : +
Haines City Thursday Morn<. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning .0: ,
Friday Sunday School. 10 a. m.
rehearsal, and on and 7.p.
for the Worship 11 a. m.
evening Rev and Mrs Duane were In Gainesville Friday I- Ing Worship, 11 a. m. TralnIUnln. Leland A. Baker, pa&otor. t ..
Service -. mv-Rev.
Evening :
Packham. Miss Karen Breeder for the: University of Floe : 6:30: p. m. : t Iy t
Lacy Conway, $ take unto the whole'
al 7,30.-Rev. "Wherefore
were : 1 you
Packham parade.
and Matthew ida Homecoming Thursday-Visitation, 10 a. m.
Haines City for the wedding ol' Sunday visitors of Mr andMt.s. pastor. :: .. .
m. of
and 7 p. t y: armour 1r.o .
and and ;
Miss Mary Jane Combee Herbert Cloversettle)
s: t
Packham! officiated Julia High- NORTHSIDE RIVER BAPTIST
Fred McTeer. Rev. Marshall were Mrs. NEW
o- In' Paul' letter to the Ephesian
at the wedding at East burger Holliday and her sister Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng 11 !

side Baptist Church of which he Mrs Margaret Wilson, both ofJacuonvU1 Located on Bayless Highway'! / Worship 11 a. m. Training cr:: makes a comparison of the children
was pastor several years ago <>. Mr. and: Mrs. W (SR 225 at Raiford Road Union. 7 p. m. Evening Worship. ., t
New Life Bible ClubA E. Dampier Mrs. Rhoda Dam- (SR 16). 8 p. m. Wednesday :night service f: of God and warriors. He says that

reminder to all children In pier, and Miss Lucy Bradley. Services: Sunday School 10< 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel- ::2# about with
: should be
grades 1 though 6 of the meetin Mrs Laura Jackson, Mrs.. Cecil a. m.; Sunday Morning Worship come-L. L. Parker pastor. f:: our loins girt
? every Msrlay: : aftsincon after .. Leac'-i: and Linda Lewis: of iH a. m.: Training Union 6:3: < 4 truth and having on the breastplate t
school of the New 'Life Bible Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. W. p. m.; Evening Service CHURCH OF CHRIST #
Club. In the "Children's, Cha C. Loper! Sunday. Midweek Prayer Service. Wed Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.: ;tip of righteousness. He makes many 4' w
Baptist Church. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry nesday. 7:30: -Rev. Glenn Law Worship and CommunIon &
pel" at Hope Mr : Morning t that exhort us to
Personals returned Saturday from a vacation hon pa tc.r. Service. 11 .a. m. Evening J more comparisons i ,

Sunday afternoon visitors of trip in North Carolna and services 6:00.Wednesday 1i a proper life. Another thing that Paul
and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan Georgia. BAYLESS HIGHWAY : Worship service 7 ,
wel'c.Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Jerry Colley, USAF, visitedMr. BAPTIST CHURCH p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. +:$: urges is that we gather together! and
Ruth Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn :J t
Mrs. Annie and Mrs Percy 'r
the Lord. No of our
11 m.: ry: worship part
Starke. evening.Mr ,lng Warship; Service BAPTIST ..
Johnson, and sons of Jr. and Rusty! Sunday: : NORTHSIDE .'
Searle and Percy Sullivan Training Union. 6:30: p. m.; Eve CHURCH than church
Mrs. Chester and Mrs. S armour is greater regular
of Palatka were Saturday visitors Mini; Worship 7:30 p. m. Schedule of services: Sunday t t

MATHEWS of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Prayer Meeting, We'dnesday... School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship :.:' attendance. Much strength for the
and their 7:30 m.; O. A. Meeting, Wednesday Training Un
Cleveland Sullivan, : 10:45 a. m. with
son Percy, Jr.. and family 7:30: p. m.; Choir Re ion. 6:45: p. m. "Evening Service t week is derived from worshiping
Well!! Drilling Wednesday, 7:30: p. m.: '
Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and hearsal, meeting last Monday 7:45. Mid-Week Prayer Service }.::. others. t
Rusty visited: her parents, Mr. Brotherhood /Wednesday 7:45: p. m. -'=
Melrose Fla. and Mrs. Marshall Strickland In each month. Rev. David< i Complete your suit of armour. .
Phone 475.5101 at Flrahome; her sister and :Msdelroa pastor. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN t
Pumps bl'othet'.lnlawMr.. ard Mrs. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. attend church this week. t
Elmer Fulghum, Jr., at Palat CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship 11' a. m. Youth ri

SERVICE ka; and her aunt and unce, Mr. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir Prac-
and REPAIRSGLASS>> amid Mrs. J. McLeod Becky Sunday; School., 10 a. m. Worsh.li p. tice Wednesday 8 p. m. t ::;.:::;.::;:.::.:..::.::::.:::::;:.;:..;::..:::..:..:..:::..:..;:....-:::::::: ::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::;:; :: : ::: ; ;: :; ; : ;;: : :; ; ::::;;;:;:;
and David in St. Augustine on Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p Rev. Robert D. Burch r X't t
Sunday. m. Prayer Meeting! Friday 7:3: ( Th.Chard,b God'l.". ;:
Sympathy Is extended to Mr. j>. mv Rev. Chester J. Shouppepeutor. \ RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH ;:: lot, mon and ol Nil dimond" for, man la' mpond la' Idol h.t by to. ring hit neighbor.Without :::
and Mrs Harold Crawford and Schedule of services: Sunday Ihll (founding In Ida lovt al, Cad, no (o.irnmtnt or, witty or my al' lilt' will, longporuvtro t:{ 9. :::

EVERY PURPOSEItIirrors family In the death of his moth. CHURCH (School 10 a. m. Worship, 11 a. I and..Hio frotdomt, which..hold to Oar will iAOfilobly prhh. fhirifort' ,arm :.: : ::3. t
FOR er last week. HOPE] BAPTIST and 7:30: p. m. Training ; 'ham o Mlflih point ol view i ana should lupport the' Churih lof' the wko ol Hio' willoioal !cat ::::3.

Think About It (Highway 100 at Theresaa) m.ion. 6:30: p. m.-Rev. .: Mtmoll and hit 'family. loyond thai' ,, h.....', o iry pawn should uphold and oarHclfMli :
Sunday Scho.ol-lO a. m. Un"t t mall"II'.' duos' and diitlny. the' -# :
a formulator In Iho hutch OKOUU II lilll Phi truth okout &
"I cant give you Worshlp.-ll a. m. Btolte. pastor. FOR EVERY PURPOSE success but I can give youa \ Morning Irulh' whkh alono will ul him"Iroo ta N.o al.a child ol' God ... :
Union.-6:30: p.m. Ad So"
I formula for failure. Try to( Training PINE LEVEL BAPTIST ....... ........ .... ................... ...:...
Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. ..." "" '..... ...............". .. .... :...;0.0...;;..:
: .....
SHEA'SGLASS please everybody.:\ Wednesday Night Prayer Ser- Sunday'\'Sel ')ol...10 a. m. MornIng t :::::;$*:1'::::::::::?::::::::.::::;. .:::::::::.::.:::W:::::; ::::::::::::::--:::::::$ ::::.:::::?o------:: : : : : : ::: : : ::: :::::.. ""

Hcrbeit swope_ Rev. 'Merle Worship. U a. hi. Pre3ervtcea t ,
CO. vices-7:30: p. m. (Booster Band Youngpeople
Packham pastor. Service). 6
ENVELOPES and Prayer
J71-4.115 till N.W._4th J72-41JJ Place with or without carbon flat- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD :p. m. Evening Worship Wednesday 7 p. m. t '

Gaiituvllla Bradford County Telegram.PI OF STARKE Midweek Service. t
'''-ISOI. West Weldon: St. and Raiford 7:30 p. m. E. R. Bowers D.

Road \pastor. : .
t I I L "i ", ; i
School: 10:00: a. m. .
Sunday ,. t
: I
i j
You T7 An Andrew. Charge CHURCH) ,
When a 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship;: GRACE BAPTIST -"L1 ,;
Account 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00:<( STARKE IF
Evangelistic Services. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning "66"
Your'Prescription Tax Records p. m. HURST
I are Kept For You By Us Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid Worship 11. Tiall'ng: '! U.i-!: t FAULKNER ,
!Week Prayer Meeting. Ion 6 p. m. Evening Worship
Andrews Drugs Pastor: Lester F. Richardson '7. Wednesday Player Service, GULF SERVICE r

'7:30.: -Rev. Virgil Lovett pas'tor. Ph. 964-7231
Carl Hurst Phone -
For Fast Delivery Dial 964-1170 CHURCH OF GOD U-HAUL RENTALS

Clair 'St.. Staike. SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST Tru-ing ,
422 N. St.
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship CHURCH Adjusting !
Truck Trailer
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday getvices t ., t

Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. : Sunday School 10 a. m. Complete Lubrication 'Ii; Service !
Fi'Way.-Rev. Chester J. Shoup. Preaching 11 a. m. Training I
5:45 m. Evening W<<- Minor Tune-Ups Balance and !
BILLS pe. pastor. Unton. p. f ::;-.r. t
got ship, 7 p. m. Everyone welcome.
Elder A. O. Flynn pastor 24HR. WRECKER

d e d : SundayChurch School 9:45: Sunday Service: Sunday. PHONE 964-5899 *10 S. Temple 1 S Repairs
Worship 11:00: School, 9:45: a. m. Morning:Wor.
a.m.a.m.;;; MYF Snack Supper 6 ship 10:45: a. m. Evening Service Ave. Starke A

t p.m.; MYF Meetings 6:30: p.m.; 6:30: ( p. m. Midweek Service BUILDERS
Wednesday 7:15 p. m. ,
Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m.
Monday Circle 2, 3:30: p.m. Charles Reese minister. '

\ tor at the home of Mrs. Bertha SUPPLIES, Inc. a t
t 1),1\\e1\\ \\\\i\ pea'ce: : Methodist Men's Club ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL' MARKET
9\' \\1 Covered Dish Supper In Fellow CHURCH STARKESunday Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE,
a _TOO '1 !too ship Hall 7 p.m. STORAGE

\0 Uk e'J.'t \ TuesdayCircle 4, 10 a.m.: 8:30: a. m.Church Holy Eucharist.Schooil. t I Complete I Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $ In Custom Slaughter t
Circle 5, 10 a.m.; Wesleyan 9:30: a. m.
Service Guild, 7:30 p.m. 10:30 a. m. Family Service. and Sporting Goods 11 A. M.' to 2 P. and Wrapping-
Come See Us! Wednesday Circle I, 10 (Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd

a.m; Circle 3, 10 a.m. YoungerChildren's Sundays; Morning Prayer, 2nd "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $ for Deep Freeze ,
Rehearsal, 3 and 4th Sundays).
I' We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile
Rector 9646881'I
: -J. Thomas Staab St. 964.5270
p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible 219 Washington 5 P. M.\ to 9 P.

Purpose Study, 7:30: p.m.
A Thursday Chancel Choir Re- HAMPTON CHRISTIAN t RETAIL t
CHURCH U. S. 301 North Ph.
heal'sal, 7:43:; p.m. 964.7059
$25.00 TO $600.00 Friday Older Children's Sunday School 10 a. m. Mornin -

Choir Rehearsal, 3:30: p.m. ; Worship at 11. Evening -

) t TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Pastor.DWitt Farabee Jr., Pastor. Clarke Worship pastor., 7:30.: Rev. Carl i EST DAD & BRAD METHOD t

226 N. Temple Ave Phone 964-7449 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MODULAR

STARKE Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn ONTlOL

Sunday School. 9:45: a.m. ing Worship at 11. Training 24-Ft. Wide New Ownership

.v 4 Morning: Worship at 11;; sermon. Union, 6:30. Wednesday followed night t lOOMUlOX- Also 12Ft. Master t
Florida Meeting 7:30:
ti Serving "Works of the Flesh and Fruits! Prayer
>t I by choir practice. Starke Nurse MOBILE
'q Since 1950 of the Spirit. Youth Choir Cleaner !
u ing Home service 2:43: p. m.
tj 5:30. Training Union,
practice : -Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor. E. Call St. Starke Fla. Campers and
t : SrforiJa 6:13.: Evening Worship! 7:30: ;; t 539 Moth-Proofing t !
I 'reeling S'erv'j sermon, "The: Wisdom of Solo
t i MADISON STREET Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone and Delivery .
e---. ;
1 Monday -Lottie Moon Group BAPTIST CHURCH Inspections. and Estimates. and Lake Geneva-Ph. Ph. 964-5704
meets at church, 7:30: p.m. t
Sunday Nov. 10 Sunday'
meeting as
,' Mrs. Carolyn i( follows: Helen Masters at School, 9:43: a.m. Morning Wor .

Eaves 4 church, 10 a.m. Ida Darby ship, 11. Youth Choir Practice, WILLIAMSJEWELRY '
Welcomes t
f Representative "l home of Mrs. J. E. Hardy; andLorene 4:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship
Supper. 5:45: ; Training Union. ,
Ph. 964-5812 You and Your Lola Johnson Epperson, ,3 home p.m. of Junior Mrs 8:15.: WMU Prayer Circle 7:15. ABSTRACT and Market

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your 3:30 Evening Worship 7:30.:
Choir! and Sunbeams : p.m.
Starke New Home Primary Choir and GA. 4:20.: MondayYWA meeting 7:30: Official Class Rings Better Service For -Meats Feed ,

Ethel Biggs: home of Mrs. p.m.Tuesday Title Problems AND OIL ,
-RA meeting, 6:3: ( Keepsake Diamonds
Thelma Lewis; and Browntee at

The State of FloridaIt home of Mrs. Betty Ann Phil, P.m.Wednesday MeetIng t BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Gladys Edwards t
Prayer -
Feel Welcome and lips 7:30.:
Make You
; Is Our Desire to Wednesday-Bible Study Class } 7:30: p.m. Church Choli 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance South Starke
Your City.
To Aquaint You With JO a.m. Prayer Service 7:30: Practice Deacons Meeting.
p.m. Church Choir Practice 8:30: p.m'Thursday t Phone 964-7064 158 W. Can Ph. 964-5312 f

i t If are new in the area, a phone : Sunbeams andGA's
I 8:30.Thursday Visitation, 7 p.m 3:30: p.m. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
,i q call will bring you a prompt visit -Denton Sumrall Pastor ,

local hjE:ess. Please give Owned By Those We Sir* In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better t
EJee'okaI1"-K.y.! Heights' -Phone 4734911'PAGEEIGIIT
: her a call! She has maps and many get It for you. Office CHURCH
Supplies Furniture Equip Sunday School 10 a. m, t tI.

i' free and wonderful gifts for you ment. Bradford CountyTtlxrraph. Morning( Worship at 11. TrainIng
Union, 6:43.: Evening Worship
I from local businesses. Luther A. Me
7:30.-Rev. ,
pee pastor. Ij I.... If. w



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AAP Development Meet Set Recreation V- .

I Nov. 7 To Plan '69 Program NewsSMALL t ,

The annual county program: In Bradford County. t+ t'A
development meeting of the Chairman Morgan said that FRY FOOTBALL Augue
Agricultural Conservation: Program this year the! group is expected In games played: last week, t
i ACPi I will be held Thurs to give particular attention to the undefeated Rams droppedtwo r
day. Nov. 7, at the' new Agriculture establishing: goals for desirable games While the. Cowboyswon I'I'I
Building. Leaton Morgan conservation: accompl'ihments: two to tie the Rams for
Jr.. chairman, Agricultural on county: farms, including' the league head. -
Stabilization and Coneervatlon those of farmers with: low incomes On Monday, Oct. 28, the Cowboys
County Committee announced and farmers who have downed the Packers 70. I
Tuesday. teen: doln: little or no: conservation Jay Godwin scored the game's ,
The meeting will be conductedby work.Individuals. only touchdown and Wade Winkler -
tae County-ASC Committeeand and. groups: who added the extra point. The
county representatives of do not attend the program development second game saw a rather high
the Soil Conservation Serviceand meeting: are urged to scoring game! M theColts t
: fie Forest Service The bring: to t the attention of their :downed the undefeated Rams t
Soil Conservation District Supervliors committeemen before the meeting 1913. .
the County Agent: any suggestions they may The Colts got on the scoreboard -
the! Farmers Home Administration have for a more effective con whew Drew Barry ran 35 Tornadoes V5. Fernan InG tt t
county supervisor and nervation: program in the count yards for the touchdown and
others! with conservation interest t 1\;'. also got the 'extra point. Late ,
have been invited to attend. During 1968 ma lor conservation In the first half, Jackson Prevail .
The group will review cost- : emphasis In the county has broke loose for a 49-yard I II
fhare! practices undertaken dur. been: on the following: practices touchdown run for the Rams.
ing the past year and evaluate : Establishing and: improving The extra point was no good
their! : accomplishments.! It will )permanent: pasture, providing and the first half ended with November
also select practices and pro. : temporary cover to preventsoil : the Colts leading 76. I Friday 8 1963 I
pose cost-'hare rates and other erosion and treatment: of Receiving the 2nd half kickoff II
provisions- far the lq' program fa'm1a'ld1.! *, Umlng matpHal 1 h. P the Cowboys' Ricky Johns
ran it back 35 yards to put me I
He served as Chapaln at the Cowboys ahead 136. The Rams
News About Florida State Prison and the then moved for their second
Correctional Institute for girlsat score as Lee Casey went in
Ocala. Rev. Franklin presently from 10 yards out and also got
serves as Missionary and the extra point to tie the gameup
State Evangelist, and member- 1313. Then late in the game
RECREATION NEWS ship chairman in the State Bap. Drew Barry hit Mike Cole witha
Flag football is held each list Convention, USA. Inc. 20-yard() touchdown. pass, the
Tuesday and:! Thursday afternoon To join Rev. Franklin and extra point was no good and
starting at 4:30: at the recreation sponsors of the timely occasionis the Colts won 1913.
playground. bo-s8 to 17, a most profound man of the On Wednesday, Oct. 3 who have not signed up may do Gospel evangelist Dr. TolbertWilson Rams loss some key players I Ir.
so ftt the Recreatln Center a native of Columbia, were shut out 14-0 by the hard t ** I
For entertainment, the centeris S. C., and presently residing in charging Packers. David Gaines
open daily from 4 to 6:30.: Dallas. Tex. got things going In the first halt '
and from 8 to 11 p, m on Friday NOTICE! a* he ran 23 yards for the t
nights. City League will Dell Chapter 168 will hold::! its touchdown: The extra point: was ,
start soon. regular meeting Thursday night no good and the Packers took .-
SCHOOL NEWS tit 7:30: in the Masonic Hall on a 6-0 lead. Late in the 1st half t tt
The regular PTA meeting will Brownlee St. All members are David Gaines found Keith! Kir- t ..
Wednesday Nav. 13 at asked be present and on time. YMr ,
be held : to chain open and hit him with a .:: .
7:30: p. m. All parents and In. Business of vital Importance.The 10-yard' pass that was good for _
terested educators are invitedto W. M. Mrs. Alma B. Ba. a touchdown: The extra plnt:: I I'rii
help of everyoneis along with Mrs. Helen t
attend.: The con was no good and the Packers .
needed:! for the benefit of the Smith. Mis. Rebecca Allen, went into: halftime with a 12-0 : Fy.I
children. Parents are invited to Mrs. Ella W. Shaw, Mrs. Beat lead. .
visit! with the teachers and encourage rice DeSus, Mrs. Sarah Prince In the second half the Packers t : I
the students in making and Elizabeth Walker attendedthe caught the! Rams behind : :
progress in: their studies.CHURCH activity St. Augustine to their own goal line for a safety 4
NEWSGreater meet with the Grand Worthy good fcr two points: and wound
Bethlehem Free Will Matron in a Workshop. The up the scoring for the day. t r1 t
Baptist Church! Rev McKay, meeting was very informativeand leading 140. r+
pastor Monday night Senior entertaining. The second game, between the
Choir rehsarsal. Tuesday night CARD OF THANKS Cowboys: and the Colts was a
Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board The family of the late AI.thman defensive battle as the Cowboys "
No. 2 will meet, Wednesday Tyson: wish to thank their squeezed out a 7.0in, The first t
night Prayer Meeting.! Thursday many friends for acts of kind. half ended 0-0 but the Cowboys
night Story Hour at the church, ness shown in their bereave. came back in the second half :
and Ladies Circle Friday night. ment. May God: ever bless you. with Larry White going 24 yards V CENTER
Prayer Band. Saturday night -Albert Tyson, Martha Jane and Wad Winkler getting the ____
dinners will be sold: from the kit- DeSue. Velma Thorns, Arth- extra point and the Cowboyswon Bill Buby; -Tommy Blackshrar'-Robbie Smith
I chen Sunday! Schc l at 9:30: with man Tyson Jr. 70. CHARLES SMITH-Tackle t
Mrs. Rlsby in charge. Morning Greater Allen Chapel AME Standings: Rants 3-2 Cow t Co-Captain .'
service. 11 a. m. Evening serv- Church. ReL. A. Sampson; boys 3-2Coltj 2-3. Packers 23. '. "" .
ice at 6. pastor The Church and Pastor Scheduler Monday--NovwU*. .. -.- t
CRI'SADE SCHEDULEDAn Annlversa will be observed 4:00: Colts vs Cowboy's; 5:00: .", '
( Evangelistic Crusade will Sunday\ Nov. 10. starting' : with Packers vs Rams.Wednesday t n 'r ..' -... :,",
convene la: Gainesville duringthe Sunday:! School at 10 a, m, Nov. 13. 4:00: .
week. Nov. 11-15. at Friendship Morning Service at 11, with the Ram vs Cowboy; 5:00: Packers I
Baptist Church sponsored) Youth In charge: : Evening Ser vv. vs Colts. BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
b>y Mr. Sinai .Jerusalem Assn. ice at 6 with Mrs.: E. Lee as
and All Faith cf Gainesville. speaksr. 20 Starke 26 0 7 '12
Rev. John! P. Franklin dynamic All members are asked to (',Hill REGISTER PAPER-National September t Macclenny November 1 Starke Perry A
minister of the! gospel, is cooperate with the captain in Cash Register and all other September 27 Open November 8 Fernandina Home ,
director of the crusade this activity.. Mrs M. J. White models Bradford Countylelrgmph.
nerving as
( tf October 4 Starke 33 St. 0 (Homecoming)
He is a graduate of Lighthouse is chairman.: \ Captains are Mrs. Augustine
Bible College. Rockfard.: BNole( Let' And James Willis me. t October 11 Starke 16. Live Oak 12 November 15 Lake City Away t
Ill and received his TheologyDegree SIGNS all kinds. Metal 01
from Colonial Academy. Cardboard The telegraph.Don't October 18 Starke 13 . Bolles 0 November 22 Orange Park Home

I t October 25 Starke 6 - Palatka 32 November 29 Bishop Kenny Away t tA

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gram must now Tax Division. es in Ungth. rockets having a :Mixed Pin Uum
1968 recently passed by Con. pons. Information furnished to effect devices they must be registered AI.- The nearest office for residents 3-A rifle having; a barrel ot charge of more than four Uld thanks. Condition be obtained, and
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gress and signed Into: law by The definition of machine gun proper registration within the with the of this area: Alcohol It barrels of less than 16 Inches in ounces missiles having an explosive from the State Purchasing
President Johnson, gives pos&isors was revised by law t3 include specified period cannot be used cohol Tobacco Tax :Plvlslon. : 112, Cal-
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Keystone Hilites Charge Of I

On Lease Look Elsewhere
By JIM FOX 'Fire Hunting'Two Airport ; .

Please Phone in Your Items 473-4148

Keystone Heights men The Keystone Sportsman'sClub terminating any agreement with
WOMAN'S: CLUB NEWS are docketed for trial on Dec voted "no dIce" at a meet. the hunt club, maintaining that
Don't forget: the "Taste Din ember 4 before Clay County ing held in Clay Electric Co-op the Sportsmen had planted areas

ners" being sponsored by the Judge Thomas Rivers on charges Monday night, to the City Coun- beyond: their boundaries, thus

Keystone Heights Woman's of violating Florida game d l's proposed new leas!! fsr creating hazards for:) flyers usIng
Club, this Friday evening (Nov. laws hunting rights at the Keystone the airpark facilities.
8,1) at the clubhouse. Kenneth D. Mayo Airpoit. A new lease, restricting the

Mrs. Kenneth Llgget. chair James Whittaker were .Q The: unanimous vote followed: use of high: powered rifles, and
man, said price of admission under $500 bond each a recommendation by the club's moving the! hunt club boundaryline
will be $1.50 (including tax> for pleading not guilty or board of directors! also adoptedby back beyond the Florida.
adults and 75 cents for children: dng to take wildlife at unanimous vote on October Gas transmission! line, was pro

under 12. There will be a variety use of gun and light (fire 28, to reject the council's pro posed by the Airport Committeeat
of special dishes, prepared ing, and possession of a posal. the October council meeting,
by the members, for the con ly killed deer during The vote was somewhat anti- and passed: by a 3-2 vote: are I'

noisseur to choose from.It season At the time of climatic however, as the Airport heateJ discussions between
is requested that you pur- arrest, Mayo was ): Committee of the Council council members
chase tickets fcr the dinner a ranger at Gold, Head had notified the club by l letter Keystone pilots, by petition,
from a club member. as this State Pack' but has since last week that any agreementwith had exp esed opposition to the
will give the ladies a rough estl. dismissed ( the city for hunting on air use of 'ligh-pcwered;: rifles! on
mate concerning the amount of The third man Carl A port acreage was void as of airport property.
food that should be prepared. year pled ,guilty to the October! 28. Throughout the controversy: ,
If you are unable to purchase charges before Judge The: Airport Committee's action the Airport Committee has
tickets in advance they will be I Oct 23 and was fined $ was taken following cancel- maintained that the hunt club

on sale at the door. six months in Jail. The lation by insurance/ underwriters never actually had a lease at
DUPLICATE BRIDGE mobile and guns which of the club's liability any time because of failure to

The Duplicate Bridge Club were using were also Insurance policy, which was a comply: with! terms 'including
sponsored by the Keystone Voyles-George cated The Sportsmen Monday nightin liability! insurance)I. and be-

Heights Womars Club, meets The three men were effect decided "to forget it" cause the paper was never doc-
every: Monday right at 7:30: at Engagement ToldMr. at 11:10: p.m. Oct 19 on (the new base) ,at least until msnted: with signatures' of

the clubhouse. All bridge: enthu- near San Juan Ranch by it is seen if the "balance of pow county cr the city seal
siasts in the area are encouraged and Mrs. Earl Voyles of life Officer James > er" between hunt and anti-hunt The Sp,:tsmen's Club o'igl-

to attend. Admission Is Santa Fe Lake announce the Starke and T R Shearer sentiment remains the same naly began using wooded areasi'f

only 50 cents: per player.Last engagement and approaching latka. 'ftri rr ..''ti N after the City Election of December the 2.700 acre: airpark in January .
week's winners were as marriage of their daughter, Concerning the ilf.4. YY 3. 1067, subleasing the portion -

followsFirst: place with 40 Peggy, to Louis George Jr., of the automobile. In the!! meanwhile the club Is used for grazing by a cattle -
pcnts! MI'!, Arnold Larsen and -cn of Mr, and Mrs Louis plained that when exploring: the possibilities of at owner, when the cattle were
Mrs Joseph Dey; second place George Sr. of Daytona: Beach used for, fire hunting, least three privatelyownedareas moved to another location: be-
with 36 points, Mrs. CatherIne The: wedding will be an event of automatically for their hunting and feed- fore the grazing lease had ex-

Hopkins and Jim Fox; third December 2Uth.McLeanBeam. said that in this case the '!! planting program. Planting activities pired. The hunt club began
place with 36 points Mrs. L, E. did not belong to any of ; J.lyT will be abandoned at the f ';otlatlons, at that time to continue -

Roberts and Mrs. Anna James: three involved so the Keystone Airport fcr the time using: : th3 propery for their
and fourth place were Stan La- will probably be able to being. program' : .
Coste and Louie Kvle. Jt t in Circuit Court where The months-long controversywas Sealed! bids for grazing rights

Next Page) fiscation papers are filed. P touched off when the Key- and other suitable revenue-pro-
(Continued on
However. Hubner said stone Airport Commutes (CharIPS ducing: use of portions of the
vehicle, is owned by a Donohce, chairman; James all paik lands will be consideredat ::
KEYSTONE found guilty of lIre/ Cook, and Ray Wlr.ansi favored the council meeting at 7:30p. :

confiscation is usually 111. Novmber 12.
in Circuit Court and the

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Dedication Set Indians Breeze By BranfordIn

At Lake Geneva : -i :

Congressman Don Fuqua \ i '
18-0 Last
Victory Friday"The
RABY'S AUTOSERVICE be featured speaker at IV ,
tion ceremonies for the k
Lake Geneva postofflce
In for fie sco-.e! Again!
Complete Auto RepairsAir uled for Sunday. Nov 10. PRESCHOOL game was (joins back
the PAT was no good, and the
Postmaster William and forth, until Batts was! in-
Conditioning Repairs Indians; went on to win UNO.
Date Jured, said Coach Roy Bayless.
nounced that a chicken
& Automatic Transmission An interesting' point was that
"Then they got fired and
luncheon will be served at : up
Service In Announced to those attending the AI 6 made two touchdowns and put Wayne Kiuke.ndall l :iwho ha>n't
played much thin: . PHONE 473-4404 together team
tion ceremonies. a complete e-
and Mrs. Ernest :McLean: of kicking, all-jjljjjl
Mr. :
Little Lake Bedford Boy Scouts will ffort" as the Keystone High!
announce fie engagement of and AT KEYSTONE ;( School Indians defeated Branford Batts' place and did: a fine Job.
flag ceremony, the HEIGHTS(; HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL:
Alice, to The injured Bait has soma
their daughter Nancy
180. "It seemed! as: though
stone Heights School Band '
BEAUTY SHOP James Marshall Beam, son of top-hatleft I'umpkin. they wanted to win it for pulled mu'tlos: in his leg and
Mr and Mrs. William Beam, provide music. American. Clo\vn Lantz Lowery, and prize inning Fairy Princess, Lori Ann Batts" Baylesi also comment. they dan't: know whether or not
Post 202 will assist in
KEYSTONEBEAUTY Baker. ed. he'll play any more' this year.

Jr.The wedding will take place cars. Indian Sandra Jackson; Little Bo Peep, Margaret Prevail; ana After a scoreless, first period He has done: a fine jib' of kicking .
SHOP Saturday afternoon Nov 23, at Halloween Bat, Donna Dodd. Jack Wlrcteai! ': hair '7 yard, forKeystone's nil pelt )!1 for the Indians.
2:30: o'clock In the Community Garbage Fee Witch Martin fiat Donnle Baker' hn'l another It
EDITH JOHNSON. Owner Ruby and Clown: Lantz Lowery. : score in the ,
Personal and Creative Hair Styl- Church of Keystone Heights! Court Jester and Lady. second quarter she i : score: was fine pM'-.lir/: ':cn111! Unit II of
ing Form of Miss McLean graduated: from 1 1.. r PI.--S: for an average: of
Every Beauty Obsolete Soon Twin clowns Din.i set: up )y two can; Iby Wind-:
Culture Tues.-Sat 9-5; closed Keystone Heights High School and Derrick Cur; and Lion Curtis Richardson. gate for 28 yard: and a 17 HI:! van's' n-'l:I a total of l' 2.Kovstore .

Monday. and attended St Johns River yard Baker to Gray,son pass. nl ') lacK'd) up 171
Junior College She is now em- Keystone Heights AttributedTo The PAT failed nnd Keystone yards >rr'.l')4!' : D'i'l\ fie whole
NURSERY ployed at the University of holders whose garbage I4)h Success ted 6.0.Satcy. atftn-Ivr 'HMO: did! a goad job.[

Florida. tion fees are paid-up : Gidyon caught a 21: The off'!'n-.lvf! wnled by: Jack
Mr. Beam graduated from November I have made Wn'lftat1'! had !53 yard: totalcM -
D.C. Carnes Nursery Hard Work On Part Of Many yard pass: from Donnie Bakerto
final Installment on the
School In'i carries, and Mike
Bradford County High! i '
t top: a 5.1): yard cf I'ive: for ttu-
Hwy 100. Florahome 659.2165 and attended Montreat College, solete tee.'!! A combined Murrhve: tot.ilccl( tit! yoicfIn 9
second Ku> ::r TD Th' dilve.
door unknown)
prizes, the mothers who name I.
Nureery Stock Thousands of North Ca ollna, He Is serving In to Increase city taxes one of this year's Ca 1'il >. TI'" tTi-h' : Indian tie-
was helped considerably by :ao
12 of Key
prepared food and the clean-up Grades 7 through:
Plants & Fruit Trees to choose the U, S. Marine Corps and eliminate the garbage : Carnival, held at the yards in pennlt'es: The extra ft'n-: : was led by: Muirhse: who
from Shade Trees Evergreens; & No invitations are being sent, effective Nov 1, was last Thursday after committee. Needless to say it stone High School, decoratedand point made 10 Ilckl"Dal'yl Johnson -
attempt again
Landscape Plants in containers. but friends and relatives are by an unanimous vote at be attributed! to the would be Impossible to recognIze operated many of the good and Key tone was Indians led no Chipper H.IKUC and Wind-
all of the individual woikois
CAMELLIAS & AZALEASLet Invited to attend. A reception August city council and continuous wo.'k': : booths at the carnival. They 12.0 at half Hate.
and committee members:: : but -
Tax assessment for also recognized rich! cash
U. Do Your Landscaping will follow In the church annex. u of the Junior their combined efforts were were The Indians' third and final I know: all y 111 Indian! fan
levied awards for their Individual decorations -
properties Is now
Club, who organized Join me in wl- >ring: j-ff Bait
certainty recognized and !- score wa s set liP by an inter.ception
mills Taxpayers will have appreciated ; of the booth. The
Service Held under t the sporsor- a speedy recoveiy: The fighting
USED CARS by all concerned. by Giayon on the
garbage collection with the judges! selected the follJwlnR'winners
Keystone Keystone Indians:
are now Boiling -
The panel of judges for the: Branford 11! yard: lin", Mike ,
For Mrs. WalrathAt of operating the sanitation the many commun- : 11th grade, fast: place: ai.n,1( record for the
Muuhee rul i>caon. -
Hanks Used Cars lities paid directly: out of and residents individual costumes were Mrs. 12th! grade second place; and cd: to the 10. then .- "GO INDIANS! !"
Keystone Hts. funds. Residential '!! their services and Leon Milner M-s. P. Clark the 10th grade third place. Jerry Turner took a ID) yard
owners had been paying Mrs Howard Tucker. Mrs A. As of this! writing, all reports
Mrs Ina Kaye Waliath, 84, bi-annually for a total Young. Carnival P, Hallman. and Mrs Cecil have not been submitted to fie! aaaaaaaacaaaaaaaaa ..t tS .
BUY SELL TRADE widow! of Frank M Waliath Sr., Harper, The Judges selected
$15 per year. The : : and Mrs Ray Farris, financial committee for evalu-
of Keystone Heights, died: Tu s- and awarded prize to the following .
RT. 1. BOX 90 millage will absorb the of the Junior Wom ation of over-all profits; earned.When
Hwy. 100, 8 Miles S. Starke day. Oct 2'!). 1n Shands Teaching of garbage collection. wish to thank the children: Laurie Baker. the final tabulations are .7 .
Hospital in Gainesville; afteran Final notices for committee members Shane Price Ruby Martin Amy made, the profits will be givento <

CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST lllnPi of several weeks. bills for the period May in the individual Barton Kenny Bonner LaurIe the Keystone Heights PTA, : ,, < A NEW :
Mrs Walrath' was born: in Wharton, Donnle:: A-hton, Terri
November:: 1 were mailed parade: organizer, who: will use this to support a
Vine Grove Ky. on Jan. 29. Dyal and Miss! Wickler 'first .
THAT ALL YOUR weeks ago. Due fees not rchants who donated: variety of school activities.
CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE 1884. She was one: of the early by November 1 are now BABY NEEDS :

THE BEST FROM settlers of Keystone Heights quent and will be collected.rTTTTTTYYTT. Workshop Chairman would like
having built the third home In ...T .. For Two Council more workers on the regular oe LOVE .
Edward's Building the community. She! was a Wednesday morning workshop, a
founder and organizer: of the as t there is need for finishers!

Supply, Inc. charter Community member.Church She,
723 S. Main 3124844GAINESVILLE. one of the organizers and first By Joyce Bowe a report on tickets t" sold by the! : r

FLA.WATCH president of the Keystone : Heights voters will building on Lawrence Blvd. between week of the 18th which! Home SAVINGS :
Heights Woman' Club, and a .A..A. Circle Day. Surprise: packagesnew
In the City 9 a.m. aid noon week .
member of the Order of Eastern < *'
Items of so cents value
REPAIRS W. through Friday. Nov. 8,
Mr. and Mis. Frank for December:: 3. days ai
Star. sey are parents of a baby and Charles Dono- lId from 9 a,m. to 6 p.m. the please! bring unwrapped to
Anthony Crawford Surviving !Is one son Laurence born October 29 at ents whose terms Imal day Monday, Nov.; 11. church office morning on work O
K, Walrath and a sister.Mr at shop days, of Nov 13 and 20th .
General Hospital the end of the
Watch *, John Lynch, bath of Washington ''Please mark same'
Repair Airman Apprentice not officially an- NEWS NOTESBy .
: : D. C.. seven grandchildren A special feature of the Bazaar
Service and 11 aii ,trandc'oildren. : l. Buz son of Mr. and Mrs. re-election'!! and no Helen Egan is a new book of poems by aa
erIck H, Buz, is serving yet been filed by
: Mrs Albert Holt wife of Paitor '
AH Makes and Models bold at the attack aircraft carrier to the political!! ( o
Funeral services were
emeritus Dr
Albert B, Holt
Tlconderoga, which: U COMMUNITY: : : CllfRCHThe S r
Ni aa
PHONE 473-4219 3 p,m. Friday in the Community ing maintenance at Long '!! for candidate quali Executive Board of the This booth will feature two of

Ke> tone Height, Fit.HI Church of Keystone:: Heights Calif following a fourth the two posts is Church Women met on October the Nightingales older members, aa
way 100, :?Vt Miles East of with Rev Leon F :Milner officiating combat duty In Nov. 18 The city 28 in the Educational Building. Mrs. Ida Gentry and :Mrs. Louis aa
in the
Keystom. Heights Interment: was waters ,I IMl's meet that evening Much of the planning was in Kyle.Mrs. a
Kc ,tone:: HeightsCemetery : .
family plot m Roy Bridges
Watch ,for Sign In Front of direction of Ray Birt is in : receive candidates' regard to the December'!! 4 Ba !has volunteered a
BOOM General Hospital where the municipal build- zaar and Luncheon. The 12 project again this: year to s.-ncl a
De Witt C. Jones Funeral Home.Nell's derwent surgery. booths including the to a tiny :Mmio.i; Chul'cn! W When the new baby arrives, there's Q

.....oIIo.- ...... ...... .... _ ChrIs Spires of Miami \ :: petitions luncheon and Tea Room will be Mexico old Christmas CauU. S .
.. ............ are BUng these also on WorkshoP
manned by the various Circles
spent the day with his through City Clerk days, and S bound to be a lot of excitement a
their member, as well as soon.
parents, Mr and Mis. at the municipal and
ShopMELROSE Spires.Mr. a.m. to noon, week individual Chairmen. Due to the Melrose: Masonic! Lodge : 5
Beauty and Mrs. Evans must b9 re- complexities of a one day Ba Members of the Melrose: planning for his future. Now is the :
and Luncheon much PIPliminary Lodge will meet in the Key
who were former Melrose and residents zaar
dents, are now living! in Heights a mir.lmum planning Is necessary.Therefoie stone Masonic Temple on November : time to start saving for all the things 5w
: Mr and Mrs Charles Twenty-five s'gn-'! for fils: issue, this report 12 at 8 pm. Worshipful!
and Rene will be in the form of an Master William: Wilson will pre- S
REGULAR ,' non and children of the tax roll are re- side. he'll need. Open an interest-bearing OO
FLA.t9 vllle. N. C. spent completion: of each nouncements.; The 0
TUESDAY THRU : night with Mr. and Mrs. 1-Mrs. Barry Wyman Chairman Community Church welcomes !.
Simmons. ei has of the decorating: commit everyone: interested !In S Savings Account here, to grow with him.
appointed 0e
: Mrs. Othur Scott and Inspectors for the tee for both the hall as well as weekly Prayer Service: to join .
CLOSED MONDAYS the theme plan for booths has Rev. Leon F. Milner; on Wednesday a
Ga., : .
James, of Jessup. Mildred Sutton evenings at 7:30: In the W.',. a full Scrrfce' Bank O
weekend visitors -at the Manerlng. Mrs. called a meeting of the decorating .
Open Tuesday and Thursday Evenings I of Mr. and Mrs; Wm. D. virgie: Homer and Joy committee for each booth Church Annex -

by Appointment Only hower. Lucille! Massa. for Wednesday. Nov. 13. 9:30: Church The General Meeting!! of the : KEYSTONE STATE BANK I

PHONE 475-5285 Guests last week at the '!- book for a,m, in Educational Building. November! Women was held on
at 7:30 for
of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. ts will! be closed: White Elephant Chairman the regular
. "If your hair isn't becoming to you you shouldbe cluded her daughter, Mrs. November II. Those Mrs. Francis P. Egan requests Frank monthly tigers Chairman meeting, Mrs: Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. .
for this booth be of Programs .
coming to us! Gllsson. of Starke, and vote In the city elec. that ,
Educational ': arranged for the guest
brought to Bulld'ng
....., ...... ........ (Continued On Page ) at the not municipal registered on November 13. Bazaar ChaIrman sneaker. Howard M, Day Dl- SI "Your Friendly Coal.ii Bank la Your Frlcadly ..
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I Monday here with his mother you sign up fo rthls! event, be Henry Schub r. of Clover Lrfne. I and relatives in the North. In guests of their .son-1'law ana

HAMPTONBy 'Mrs. Clifford Prevatt. NEWS NOTES KEYSTONE su eto Indicate an electric cartIf Miss Dottie Hardenberg a :Southern Pines. N. C. the Gar- daughter. Mr. and Mrs. OlrardEvashavlk
Mrs. Minnie Marcionny was vou so deslrs. For addltonal freshman at Montreat College :bers enjoyed a weekend of golf and family of Pitts-
able to leave Alachua General By Helen Egan details concerning the tournament In North Carolina, was home with Mrs. Garber's brother and burg They continued their I

Mrs. D. E. Hill Hospital on Sunday last week, ...- HILITES contact Su. Dwyer. recently for a visit with her sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. (Continued
following an operation and Is iFrom Preceding Page) .- The first annual Joe Petrocfc family. Charles Erickson. They were on Next Page)

convalescing at the home of (From Preceding Page) Team Play Tournament is being Mrs. James Beeler (Gerry)
FIRE ALARM AT SCHOOL her daughter. Mrs. Ellis Thorn- rector of Student Affairs at St. held at the club this week. _:returned home Sunday after a
A fire alarm from the new ton. in Starke. Johns River College. Palatka. STARKE NURSING HOME
; FELLOWSHIP CLUB This tournament 1s open to the four-day stay In Bradford County
Hampton Elementary School Ronnie Knight arrived home Mi Day's subject was "The to thank
President Ethel Weyman has ladies and men of the club. Thisis Hospital. She wishes
Saturday morning about 8:31): Saturday from Cape May N. J. "Dead Sea Scrolls" as he Is and
requested that we remind mem- a'match play tournamentwith her friends for the flowers 808 S. COLLEY ROAD
sent the lire truck to Ihe
a.m. where he has been!! stationed Minister! of Paran Baptist covered- full cards received.Sgt. .
bers of the regular handicaps used.
scene, and many volunteer lire with the Coast Guard. After a Church of Grandin.PERSONALS dish luncheon to be held Thursday The winners will be announ- Wilson Tyre, who has Just Phone 964-6220 Starke, Florida
rri n. Black smoke from the 25-day leave here with his.
Nov. 14 at the Masonic ced at t fie spaghetti dinner to completed a year's tour of duty
furnace had attracted attention mother. Mi';. J. W. Home he Mr. and Musi Newton Hook of
luncheon will start at be served at the completion of in Vietnam and the Philliclnes,
it'was Hall. The 1. We have complete nursing service for adult of
alarm but
for the
will report to>> Alameda, Calif. Ocean Grove. N. J. arrived in 12:30.: the tournament. Names of the is home on a 30-day leave with
limited to the boiler room and for duty in Hawaii. Lake Geneva Mobile: Home: $11 ages.
and Mrs. Roy
All members are urged to attend winners. for both the ladles his parents, Mr.
fumes from the mal-functlon- Mrs. Anne Birt and of Park Monday afternoon: to
and hear Dr. Frank Phil- and men will be engraved on > Tyre. Wilson will report to an
ing boiler spread throughout Gainesville spent Wednesday of take up permanent: residence. pott professor of physical education the two trophies donated by Air Force Installation in Texas >. We have K.N.'t and L.P.N.'s en duly 24 hour
the school with no damage. last week the Hook and Mrs. William
here with E. L. MI'
at the University of club member Joe Petrock. Since for his next assignment. a 47.
At the time rumors were aba Biits. Sr. brother and sis,
Beam are
Col. and Mrs. Jim Chcsslng-
Florida. tills: Is t to: be an annual event
about town that the 12-vehicle Mrs. Tommy Harvey and ter. Their trip from Stateb:>I'o,
CUB SCOUT PACK 305 the trophies, will be kept at the ton and Mr. and Mrs. George
trash at Waldo on Highway 301' 3. We have our own X-ray Mid laboratory. (Mr.
children of Stockbrldge, Ga.. Ga. on Monday: morning was In last week's column we discussed clubhouse for display. ''Mlhalek were vacationing in
were also on fire, though this and Dennis Roark were here one of terror, due to the .!!'!avy the organization and Members were glad to learn South Florida last week. The Janice Monerlef It our fell time licensed lech-
was not the cause of the fire last weekend with their rains and road visibility.!
: aldus .
parents.Mr. poor sponsorship of the local Cub that Walter Williams is feeling Mihaleks!! who were house )
alarm here. and Mrs. B. Roark. That day tornado warnings
W. : were
Scout pack. Dug to the lack of much better this week. lie Is guests of the Chesaingtons returned
W. K, Brown of Hamptonwas Dennis I Is stationed at Camp Le- reported. Safe arrival in sunshIne to their home In Vista, 4 W. are licensed for 55 bed by the State Board
still Medical
space were were unable 13: report ; a patient at the
in one of the cars in the Jeune, N. C. was a happy welcome for the Individual membersand Center. We all wish him a Calif last Thursday.Mrs. of Health License No. 161.

pile-up at Waldo his Ford Ardel Brannen spent last everyone. their! respective! dens. !speedy recovery, as he Is great. H. Cherouny, of Forked
shown as "double-decker" on of sympathy S. W. hare a modern, fireproof building with central -
weekend with his father, Raleigh Expressions are The pack !Is divided into four ly misled at the course.: River N. J.. returned home last
top of another car in the Sun-: Brannen, from his Army extended to the relatives and dens. Dens 1 and 3, called We- week after a two-week!! vllst with alr-condltloner and beat.
day pictures of the friends of the late Mrs. F. M. LIST
newspaper post in Montgomery. Alabama. bolos have the following members CIIIUSTM\S: MAILING Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay.
wreck. He had gotten out of Mrs. Ira Walrath, Sr. The Walrath fame weekswe
'Shealy and daughter During the next!! few enjoyable
: Bill Strlcklin Gerald The ladles had many *. We are within two block of the Bradford County
the car before It was pushed onto Kela Joined her husband in ily were early settlers of Key- Keeth Robbie Parsons, Neal would like to include In our conversations, since they had

the top of anotl-er, however, Atlanta, Ga. last week wherehe stone Heights from their native Cannon Mark KI'fer. Kevin! column a mailing list of all Military not seen one another In 15 Hospital.

In the early morning chain-re has been employed for the state of Pennsylvania from Bannon, Mike .Spitze, Bruce personnel: who will be unable years.Keystoners.
action wreck Just north of Wal last few weeks. whence came the naming of the Bleasdale Leon Ridaught, Dave to spend the holidays in are pleased to welcome 7. We have a fine staff of Doctor serving the Horn*.

do In Saturday morning's heavy Mr. and Mrs. Carl Trisler of settlement. Keystone Heights. McLean Dana Goetzman and Keystone.: It Is hoped that parents to:>> the community Mr. and

fog. Gosspart, ind. arrived!! last 'Mrs. Walrath! was a charter Harry Wagn r. who were most coopera- Mrs. Carl Nlbert who recently 8. We are V.A. approved.
LOCAL DEATHSThe weekend at their home here. member of the Woman's Club. Members of Dn? 2 are Steven tive In submitting their sons'addresses moved Into their Lake Brook-
community! extends sym- Mrj. George Williams and Joe The men of the community: held Henderson Mike Ditto, Timmy last; year will notifyus lyn home (formerly owned by

pathy to the families of Emile Wiggins visited their mother. a meeting to establish a Boardof Meek, Mark Bennett, and Richard of all addresses within the the Bill Reynolds). Mr. and 9. We are approved by the. State Welfare Agency.

Myerj and James Ollviera, Mrs. H. B. Wiggins in Jacksonville Trade. and so the ladles met Underwood. Mrs. John. week. Mrs. Nibert were close friends

whose 'deaths both occurredlast Saturday, where she Is and established! the Woman's Kuespert Is Den Mother. HERE N' THERE and neighbors: of Mr and Mrs. 10. We are approved under Medicare.

week. staying with her sister, Mrs. Club. Members of Dsn: 4 are Don. John: Sullivan, of Nelson's Pat Bradley when both fami-
Mr. Ollviera! died Monday Eve Menefee.Mr. Point returned home on Sun
fir Ashton. Bret Bannon. Mar- lies lived In Ohio.
heart attack and 11. We are large enough to .. all nursing! services
following a and Mrs. Wes Grlflfn and tv Darden, Lynn Davis, Ricky day after undergoing a seriesof Mrs. Roger Zylstra and two
his funeral and burial were in daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Baker. Richard Bedell, PhillipS tests at Riverside Hospital in children, Karen and Charles, an adult may need but null enough to provide
Keystone Heights on Thursdaylast ,Jack Green and son held a Mr. Hicks went to the UF-Au.
Jacksonville. a family atmosphere.
?igler, Tom Tyer and Kenny of Washington, D. C., were
week. cookout at the site of the Griffins burn game in Gainesville. Bonner. Den Mother is Mrs. J, Ksystoners were happy to guests last week of MI'S. JimChenngton
Mr. Meyer was found dead new home on Thursday Albert Bin of St. Petersburg Father Joseph Fltzglbbons,
Stinson. see and children. Mrs.
12. Mr. J. H. Moncrief I la la charge of complete laboratory
h' home just ort spent last weekend here with
Saturday at : J evening last week. We sic most appreciative of who visited: over the weekend Zylstra and Mrs. Peterson were
Highway 301 west of Hampton.j!! Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rhoden his mother, Mrs. Maggie Birt. the reports submitted by publicity In Starke and Keystone Heights roommates while attending the and X-ray farllltle Laboratory No. 524.
PERSONALS and children moved back to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Under who is en-
cha'rman! Carl Darden. Father Fitzgibbons University of Florida.
We With Title 6 Civil Law
Mrs. Enzle Morrow of Plant their former home east of town wood of Rlncon Ga. were visitors With his assistance, we shouldbe route to his new parish In San Mr. and Mrs. Max Hall, of Comply Rights
City was visiting In Hampton last week, from the house in at Hampton Lake from Francisco had Just returned
able to gve this organizationmore : : Winter Park, were weekend CALL WRITE OR COME BY
recently with Mrs. O. P. Wads- town where they have been Friday through Sunday with publcltv! in the futUl'e.TEEIXG from an assignment in Africa, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell AND VISIT WITH US.
worth and Mr. and Mrs. M. M living for several months. Bill Underwood and Mrs. Louise OFF He said the Sunday mass at st: Davis. Mr. Hall, who is a gradual

Matchett. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hicks and Hogan. Ladies are asked to sign William's, and parishioners ? of Auburn University, and LAWTON B. THOMAS. Owner-Administrator
David Yonker left last week family and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mrs. Miriam Kelly of Winter sheet on bulletin! board for the were most interested In his dls- his wife! enjoyed attending Flor

for Formosa, where he will be Dykes attended the Gainesville Haven, P. D. Adklns of Dundee !U-hole! golf-a-round to be heldat culon of his:! recent travels. ida's Homecoming with Mr. andMs. MRS. GERTRUDE KAUFFMAN.' At. AdministratorWE

stationed for 13 months. High-Robinson High football Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Adkins the Dunnellon Golf & Coun- Mrs. Theodore Jung of Kew Davis. COMPLY WITH TITLE VI

Charles Prevatt of New York game In Tampa Friday even- of Bowling Green Mrs. June try Club on Wednesday, Nov. Gardens, Long Island, Is spend- Mr. and: Mrs. Charles Garter,
City spent from Saturday to Ing. Saturday. Mr. Dyk s and Ellis of Georgetown, S. C., and ing two weeks with her brother-
20. Deadline for local entries to of Nelson's Point, have Just returned Let Us Care for Your Loved OnesNEW
Mrs. Grace Beal and Mr. and
be in-law and flEtsr.! Mr. and Mrs.
I submitted Is Nov. 10 When from a visit with friends
Mrs. J. G. Adklns of Hampton

held a family get-together last

FLORIDA weekend in Hampton. Mrs. Ellis MOBILE HOMES, Chlc-
remained for a longer visit kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy George

here with her mother. Mrs. J. If you find your name among the Classified Ads, Clemson, Layton travel trail- INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
Showtime Weekdays 7:00 E. Adkins. era Liberty, Taylor, Azalea.
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00: Fire HomeownersLIFE I
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kennan come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing -

FRI. SAT.-NOVEMBER 8, 9 and family visited last week free Sit up and de & ACCIDENT
FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre 301 Drive
or livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER Height 473-4692
Double FeatureProgram- with Mr. and Mrs. William S. Keystone
Phegleys in Sullivan. Ind., returning In. MART, INC., 6912 Blandlngr
Theatre Passes Jax 771-8776. tfchg
home last
--- weekend cook
-- --------- ----
T KINLi K GS FIGHT TO THE DEATH through the Smoky Mountains.The stove or electric, refrigerators
Hampton Superette, New Imtersprlngs USED VACUUM reconditioned beds, dinette sets, bedroom
which has been operated!! by CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box Springs REDUCED RATES 115 up. 10 different sets sofas and chairs. Phone
I Marie Bauge!!. closed last AUTO FIRE BOAT name brand to choose from. 964-7933.\ Dahmers. tfchg
week Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bau- Up to 15 word ____.- 1.25 Dr.p V. A Onrd or Call DOYLE B. CONNER Part excellent repair aMmakes

r gess moved'Wst'\ weeksrld!! 'frdm"' "" (Minimum charge) i PALATKA' EA 6-91M INSURANCE AOENC1Itchg -, KIRBY SALES MEN WANTED'Men cottage

the living quarters behind the ..... PEGGY l 8HAIXEB STCRVICE 712 N.; Main. Galnes- parents 'age rover :21. Starting-
Enrh. 15
word over __ ,07 I
store three doors east to the He B. AAklaa ,S(. Villa 376-7110. tfchg pay $295 m -promotion' 'op-

house where the Ira Shealys Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired PUMPSNEW portunitles and regular increases -

had been living. paid In advance .... .35 Upholstered &: Refinished AND USED DID YOU KNOW it'3 easy to In pay 8 hour day, 5
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Varnes MATTRESSES REBUILT own a Longchamp Home? day week, sick leave, vacations" ,
SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Better built for F>r4a? liv state retirement If interested.
and son left last week for Colorado Memorials, Resolutions Bte. Agent
Springs. Colo., where he & Shallow. Wells ing. Your plan or ours please apply In person Personnel
Is stationed. 7 cents per word HASTINGS MATTRESS Water Softeners & Filters Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- Manager Sunland Training Cen-
& UPHOLSTERY WORKS Fxpert Service On ford Mitchell phone C646893. ter. Gainesville. Fla. tfchT
Visiting this week with
710 Vmim St. Palatk P. O. Box 238 Starke.
and Mrs. Tom Hardy is hl.i' CARDS OF THANKS All Makes itt-i THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY

mister I of Eagle Luke. Phone 964-7061 consists of responsible people
50 words or less --_ 3.00
DURRXNCE PUMP of high moral purpose concerned -

Each word over 150.. .07 AND SUPPLY CO. JIMMY MOORE'S about the future of our coun-

try, Education is our strategy.


ner home. 3-bedroomj, 2 baths. ready for occupancy. 3 bed MOORE BOAT TOR quire John Birch Society P.O.

Large family room separate room 1V4 bathseated. Just YOUR MONEY Box 247, Starke, Florida .32091

N dining room and den. In excel- outside of city limits in Starke l'h. 664-5791 4tp-11-7

lent residential neighborhood.Call Plne reeze. Easy monthly SERVICE FOR RENT-2 room furnished
964-5641 after 5:30 terms. Longchamp Const Co.
: p. Starkeon
South of
SPECIALSki cottage, 3 miles
..J,*1i TOHO:[ : Cay{ PICTURE;; ,[ ; *; *,,UNIVERSAL; HEUASE !TECHNICOin;J SHOW BEGINS m'l Contact Bifoid Mitchell, Rig <.. __ $395.00 301. Ph. 964-5801. tf
pone 964-6853. P O. Box
AT 7 :00 P. M.ADMISSION New Model Engine arriving
1 tof.b"I every dy.:
Plus I
: MImeo Paper Bond
O'Graciout' Living FOR RENT-2 bedroom house PAPER
Adults 75c: Students 60c NEW Paper, Notebook Fillers. -

WAS ITHEROISM..OR MURDER? Children Under 12 Free n=n Town House and nice Gas neighborhood Heater. Phone Elec. Range( FOR RENT TV sets, baby Bradford County Telegraph.ED .

I1APARTMENTS 0645801.tf beds, electric guitars and amplifiers -
refrigerators by
: Sell or RentFurnished AGENCYFor
NOV. 8, 9, 10 FOR RENT-Large 2 bedroom week or month. Phone 964-
Double Feature Program \ furnished duplex apartment. 7923. Dahmers. tfehgeZERASE All Your

UNIVERSAL RELEASE GOIOR MOM I t"priHIHi" 1111,i I 111ILtl.. I,.."...I'mJiKlHHI. .' or Unfurnished Carport and laundry room. Ren- TYPEWR1TEK Insurance NeedsSpecializing
I-............- Buford Mitchell I ner Apts., 633 McMahon, 964- !: in
Doris (Day} Robert Morserer'moas'Patrick Phones 6279. tfchg PAPER. Mlmeo Paper. Bond Mobile Home InsurancePh.

O'Neal 964-6853 9S4-87 : FLOORINGMEN I r.por. Notebook Filler Starke 964-6818
FOR RENT-Furnished! apartment I rJradfoH fumy: Telegraph

SUN., MON., TUES.-NOV. 10, 11, 12 4 rcoms and bath. Utilities -I

Special Matinee Tues. at 3:30 No. 686 Just 3-4 mile out o. '( furnished. Phone 9646852.tf I SEWING oiled and MACHINE adjusted-in Cleaned yourhome ,
Starke. '
bath bungaJow One acre lot. 4 room and \ f MAK'S' : I $3.00. Vacuum cleaner re- I Now OpenFor
-Yes! Only $2 .
Amidst China's most explosive 900. FOR SALE-3 bedroom. 1 bath pa'rs also. All work guaranteed. Business

No. 559NO KEYS : concrete! block ho 'ose. Large corner -I Dennis E. Coggins, Phone 431.I .
era..stood a gentle giant I ((2 :
beautiful bldg. sites let Located 1027 Butler Rd. I 1428. tfchg

......... ,.........--.." ..- --- fertile acres: 70 under though plow) 169, .- ,-, ( XII.VO. Ph. 984-5887. 8t-12-12 SEVERAL, GOOD USED Add The Turntable
.... } <. .1' I
.J 05-70
.. _
.. Improved Pasture Est ing Machines for sale eleo I II
...L r : WANTED Laundry LOSE WEIGHT safely with
2" Stock Cap: 100 head. 3 water tries; subtraction, credit bal Record Shop
Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. ONLY 98c
workers, Kitchen aids, laborers '
I .. : 'i.1,' holes. Beauty buy for<< beef $37,- cottage watch- at Mitchell Dru;, 3tp.-11-14 I I ance. Bradford County Tele-
I ""''i 500. 1-3 dn.STROUT parents, graph. tf I
I .J U t..1 ,* REALTY, 2117 N. man, cooks and clerks, ground- WAITRESS WANTED apply in
-.v.; ILLL"J': keeper, truck driver. Five WRINGER
Temple Ave., Starke Fla. person at The Longhorn Restaurant WANTED USED 1IT W. CALL ST.
.- t1 __ 964-6609 day week. eight hour day. tfchg washer: Will pay cash or take I STARKE. FLA.
: : State retirement vacations, Dahmers
;; In trade on anything.
,t,, / TRAILER LOTS sick leave. If Interested, please BIC PENS. Ball Point Refill -Dlcount House. tchg :i PHONE 964-5117

LAKE apply in person Personnel *. Bradford County: Telerrnnh -' ____
Manager, Sunland Training -
PANAV1SION\ \ vj MKTROCOLOR $15 Down $15 Month Center, Gainesville! Fla. : and all types sewing in my SACRIFICE: 1 bedroom fur.
Lake tfchg: FOR RENT-Partly furnished ,4 home. 2 miles! South on Hwy. nished house on CORNER
Lots $2500 Up reom apertment 2 bedroom and 100. Phone 964-5348. Archie and ACRE near Wado) 18 miles
PLUS -Investment Properties RENTALS! NEEDED Furnished large hall. Phone 9646937. Mildred Hollingsworth. from Gainesville. New Pump. No

Two or unfurnished. Strout tfchg Btchg-11-28 bath. Fenced. $2,000 cash. Call
.1 S. E. McKAY Realty, 2117 N. Temple Ave.. 468-1425 fo appointment.
; men Starke. Fla. <904> !flfl4 B6W( PLUMBING REPAIRS Call TWO BEDROOM house for rent Up
,5 at war RealtorAppraiserKeystone Ressle Thomas 407 Center St., 417 S. Cherry. Phone 9645042.
: with the Ffts. 473-4816 THANK YOU NOTESBeau- Starke. Phone 961-7667, If no tfchg FOR RENT-3 bedroom home.
Westand tlfully engraved la gold or answer 964-5637. Stchg-11-28 Will be vacant Nov. 15. Call
9i& BUY SELL TRADE liver. $1.25 for box of 25, Including FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfur- 964-5413. tfchg

Bill Powell : envelopes. Bradford GASOLINE ATTENDANT-With nished concrete block house on
"hotherJ Real Estate County Telegraph. tf other light duties. All fringe Clark Street. Call 9645821.tfchg FOR RENT-Furnished efficiency -
Call 9646464In benefIts! Vacation with pay. For apartment, $50 month

__ the_Starke_Plaza ROOM RENT free for light personal t appointment call 782- Renner Apt., 633 McMahon. Ph.
maintenance work. Underwood FOR SALE OR TRADE-1966 964-6279 tfchg.
3R57\ after 5 p. m. Itchg
FOR RENT-Furnlshe and un- Motel. Ph. 964-6985 tfchg Ford FalrlaT e 500 hard top radio -

2 furnished apartments, Also FOR SALE-1963 Honda S-90. heater. Standard transmis FULL TIME helper wanted-
Gler''VFord house In country w. H. Noll FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bed. Low mileage, mechanically per sion. 3.4 CAM. Call 479-2835. Apply In person Waters Enco
man. Starke. room house, 964-3884 or 570 W. Itp Station. 1 tchg
trchg Ph.
a, Call St. Itchg fect. Sacrifice at $150 cash.
FOR SALE-67 Valiant. 2 dr. 9645087. 4t-11-21 LOST OR STRAYED-3 cows FOR RENT-3 bedroom 2 bath.

GREGORY WALCOJ :. 6 cy Equity and take over pay FOR RENT-Large 3 bedroom 3 bedroom house For Rent. Furnished and yearlings In or around Wa- carport and utility room. Call
; ments. 964-6024 after 4:30: P. m. unfurnished house. Co-tact"Mrs. on Market Road. Phone ts CJk Creek. W. M. Patrick. 964-6357 or 964-7649 after 5 p.m.
'JO HELTON.lUNG fl.PTER(HAN D. L. Silcox, 331 Clark St. Itchg Phor.e 782-3863. It Itchg
wTNuqa"d lIp 964-7460. S. W. Ha later). Itp
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....-.:::DOUGLAS:. GREEN Arthur..Dean 1068 VW-AM-FM radio, stereo- ADD MACHINE ROLLS FOR RENT-3 room furnished FOH RENT-Small 2 bedroom DISHWASHER WANTED

.KM wKiit I C *Mtloan .,...._....'.l manu'' wo .c.suu over Restaurant 301 Sou.h.
7. payments. Phone 964-5270. .aIlPU ,.-The Telegraph Mrs. L. D. Green. 18CS Raiford Thompson St. Call 116474or ItcbagTnUR
andMlTROOXCW Jonn- 2tpd-11-14 Bradford County: Telegraph. Rd. 9647013. Itp 9645070. Itp


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I KEYSTONE and Mrs. Gal Livingston of Nel COMMUNITY CHURCH: th Sunda:;*...> Morning Prayer at Corwimnv'Inn, Plaintiff im Alabama, v. Gooruo COt'por--L.Roberto. manded In the complaint. TaM
Schasol, 9:40: a. m rent property proceeded xaalnitIs
son's Point. Alec and his wife IiiIIFtiJBAPTIST Sundiy! : fet nl. Defcndnnte.FoTIce.
[MELROSEBy HILITES Susan attended Florida'sHomecoming Morning Worship! 11. Ys.-th::: Fel. er-9:30 a. m. Evening Pray To: OeorRF! r.OK UolxTtnlioia SUIT :Lot SIne ((0), mock. Two <*.
Saturday. lowshl all tie:agersl.* at 7 p. will 7 p m. Holy Days residence. !ie Panli. Indiana andwhvno In Smith Onto Heplnt.recorded accordlnrto In
on be thereof
the plat
Holy nmlllnir nddr..s IN Jinx
Joyce Bow We are glad to see Foster m.: Pascal Carr 241, Paoll, Indiana.. Plat roei -
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...u : I From: Preceeding: Page Howell at home, after a stay in First Baptist Church' Her Communion, 1st Sunday! In each LUTHERAN You Arc hereby notified that ida.>rj Flor
aaw Bradford County Hospital. Lawrence Carroll paator. Sunday quarter. Wednesday night Prayer Divine Worship II.. m. An action has been to fi-rcrlooe filed imalnut a mnrtRage you- Witness my hand and tho neat of
( Continued From Page 12)) travels to Sugar' Creek. Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk HadleY School 8:45 a. m Woe- Service. 7:30.-Rev: Leon F. Sunday.Holy Communion 2nd and Joan and I* Knhortfl.aru required a finale to October of Mid Court 1968. on this 10 day
where Garbsrs of and Frank ship Services 11 Milner, pastor.EPISCOPAL. woman you (STJAL.)
they vhlted! Mr. Jacksonville Sgt. a. m. and Sunday. Service* held nerta a copy' of your writtendefl th.
eaab Clerk of
grandson: Wilbur Grover of stationedat 7:30 necs, If any, to It on Jon.nings Charles A. Darby.
brother-in-law: and sister Mr. Hadley III presently p. m. Training Union, Sunday at 8t. Anne's Watt, Clnrkft and Hamilton Circuit Court
!Starke. Mrs Dann also recslv- and Mrs. John Miller. Dr Pauline Travis' Air Force Base, were 6:30 p. m. Nursery open for copal Church. Richard RjU-! attorney for plaintiff, By Deulah 5!. Moody Deputy:
ed word last week about: the Garber, a ester! from Cincinnati weekend guests of Mr and aU service St. Anne's Church Rev Meyer whose addren In Florida National Clerk 10117 4t 11/7
arrival of her twenty-first great joined the couples for Mrs. Ray Farris and Mr and William I. Jones, Vicar Ho.ly .m1nIa&4lor. Hank Box, 4100 Hulldlntf, JackMonvllle Pout Offlco ,
granddaughter born to Mr. and a small famly reunion.Mr. Mrs Rov Tl-rknett\: of White CATHOLIC Communion, 8 a, m. every 1m The Clrrult Court !. A.. Florida 32201 and file the or. FILING CABINETS Type
Mrs. Wendall Grover of Starke. and Mrs. Alec Livingston, Sand Lake. Mrs Farris and St. William' Church: -Sun Sunday. First Sunday Holy rot Ur.dferd CoMtr. FloridaCivil iKInal abo\o Court with on the or Clerk before of November the writer Stands. Desks Chair,
.Mr. and Mrs. David Hilton of Boca Raton, were weekendalalwtrrrtwl.rr Mrs. Turknett are Mr and Mrs.Hadley' day Mass 0 a. m. Wednesday Communion 8 a, m and 9:30a. : Division ActloB N.. 20 1908: otherwise a Safes. Bradford County
and daughter. Nancy Suzanne, daughters. Mass and Novena. 7 p. m. m Second third, and four- Liberty National Life insurancerrw.raawatarrw. asalnnt judgment you nmy for the lie relief entered de Telegraph.rrrrrn.
of Jacksonvlll9 spent the week-
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end with her brother! and sls- -----------
ter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs.,Rpn i ----i-------

Arrowsmith.of'Mr Atlanta.and Mrs.Ga spent H. C.the Johnson week- i II j W
end with her sister and broth- FRESH PORK Ii i

er-in-law.Preston Mr. and Mrs. W. O. I 1 !

Mrs Annie Taylor of Auburn- I II U.S.D.A. 1
dale Is staying at the Ray Birt

home while Mrs. flirt Is dn the 1 II I I

hosptal. She Is Mrs. Blrfs II .. I
mother. I SHOUL D ER II Choice'beef .J: 'I I
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Logsdonand ;; I
family! of Orlando spent 1
the weekend visiting her par Ii steaks i mmm !e
ent!'. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robinson
and other friends and I
relatives in Melrose. II I
Mrs. Trudy Hagglund will enter 1I i
Alachua General\ Hospital II and roasts I
Thursday where she will undergo I :
surgery. A sp clal pray. SAVE 35c I SUPERMARKETS
er meeting was held for herMonday II
at the United Methodist I I
Mrs. J. Leslie'! Price has returned I
from a trip to Murfrees- II STEAKH..L.58 I
boro Tenn. II ::M !at.ess. II
Lt. Col. ret.) and Mrs. E. R. FREE TOO!
Simmons spent 'a few days In /,1f I
Dundee, visiting, Mrs Lee Wil i FLORIDA GRADE 'A'BREAST n i
liams. They also!! visited the i
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Lakeland Baptist and Chlldrens Orlando.Home In I OR C I. I U.S. CHOICE BONELESS SHOULDER I
Rev. Charles Peterson of I F RY E R 35 PRICES GOOD THURSDAY I

Eliam Jacksonville Baptist preached Church SundayIn at the I LEG QUARTERS LB ;II, STEAK LB 98 I THRU QUANTITY SATURDAY RIGHTS, NOVEMBER RESERVED.9 I I

the absence of the.Interim I
The Melrose Action Cpmmlt-

mlttee meeting will be held (CENTER SLICED 1/4
next Tuesday at the Parish SMOKED AZALIASMALt
House at 8:00: p. m. HONEY-NUT
About 70 children attendedthe PORK LOIN SKINLESS
day night at the Parish House. STEAKS SAUSAGE 1 FRANKS
Six students from the U. of F. 0 LINKS
helped with the entertainment.
Don't forget Open House at

Melrose Thursday night Elementary, Nov. 7 7:30 School:; til : : LBPKG ux4sJ'
!):00: p.m It will be an opportunity
for parents to tour the
fchool. Refreshments will be
i 'rved.
The Homemakers Club held a
workshop last week to make PREPARED FOODS BY ,
candles and learn how to make GREENDELL
antique flowers The Club is CHEESE ;
planning a Bazaar Dec. 7 startIng
at 11:00: In the Home Demonstration a a l SHRIMP CREOLE;
Duplicate Bridge: CACCIATORI, ;
Winners!! last week of the
Duplicate Bridge Club were: Poetry
Mrs, Roland Bryan and Mrs.
J, P. Vose 1st place; Mrs. B.
Allen and Mrs. J. W. Foster
2nd place; Mrs. Mary Cook and
Miss Iva Hillyer. 3rd place:
!Mrs. Emery Cooper and Miss
Bessie Rutherford 4th place.
Episcopal: Bazaar
The Women of the Episcopal fNiWi'WRtfMorf if"SPJJHpS! HEINZ
Church will hold their Bazaar
Thursday Nov. 14 at the Parish I FRUIT
House. The hours will be from 1
10:00: a.m. to 4:00: p.m.
Although a complete lunch
will not be served, soup, sand- SOUP
wiches, and other food will be

available.The usual things found at a 32ox too* id. .
bazaar will be on sale; especially CANS
Christmas articles and __ _
plants. It is open to the public, _
and everyone: is invited to come
and browse. I I

Cub Cub Scouts Scout: Pack 109 held a i KING SIZE I I

pack meet and t
awards ceremony COFFEE !
day nIght at the Parish House Tues ? FANCY GOLDEN RIPE i

The theme was "ghosts and

goblins" and the boys presented i ;.,, .
several skits to entertain their 1. i BOLD i i

parents.The opening ceremony was CHASE SANBORN& 58c:; BANANAS

performed by the Webelos Den. I I I
Those receiving awards included LB CANptagff I LAUNDRY DETERGENT I
: Raymond i
Thompson: I II
Mike Adams, Mark Thompson, I I
and Michael Bass, Bobcat I I :..: : : I I
Awards: Arnold Reed, Forestry I : J
Badge; Philip! Courtney, Dsnnet J FYNE TASTE 38c I I I c: 1
Stripe; Greg I ; LB BAG ;'
Chlapplni Assist- nF'11 II '" -\1' 99 1 1
ant Denner Stripe! ; Leon Dun I \ ONLY I I
can Silver Arrow. I \ c: LB
farewell reception was 'field 1 I I
for Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wlther-
spoon at the educational build.
Church Sunday evening. ,
Many of their friends in Mel- t1s
ross and the surrounding area
attended. The Wltherspoons! are
moving from Melrose to Ana-
hiern. Calif later this month. BEEF HASH aI
'Mrs. Trudy Hagglund gave a I t 1
reading called "This Is Your

Mr. and Mis. Huel Holloway .

:signify gave a their waltzing courtship.: exhibition, to 4 cjfZ: : A

Carl and Kathy Hagglund
. presented them with wedding
. rings, for their! marrIage
Mrs. Ernest Crawford sang, .
a accompanied bv Mrs. Ruth RIGHT FANCY NEW
Clarke. Songs of the different
states In whicH they had lived CHOCOLATENUT .
were played. Mrs. Vera Hard. GUARD
age inserted witty anecdotes. FUDGE CARROTS
Members of the MYF alo ONIONSPAGE
. ented Members Mrs. WithersPoon of the WSCS' with pres-a HAIR SPRAY SPRAY DEODORANT BAR CAKE

l Pin in appreciation of the work RICU1AR HAKDTO HOIO 4ox
that she has done 0
with them.
CAN look
Refreshment were served.

County Telegraph
984-6305. '