Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
October 7, 1965
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Goblins Win! Nolin NamedTo r Lawtey-- Signs .1 Four Mills/ AskedSchool t. y

Pigeons Are
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Board OK's Promote /Ar I Pact For Sitting Ducks LevyElection

'Head For Police
: fire Truck

If you have aum unwanted

I PTA CarnivalsIt Bradford. County. School Mayor Charles Shut ord plgeona round, call SetThree

Board turned P. T. Nolln. retired I timed an agreement Monday the Starke Police Depart

principal of Starke Elementary night between the City ot meat "Member, of the local

School&, as director 01 Lawtey and the Florida Forest, constabulary haw been
a proposed Head holding a pigeon shoot with"
Start and Service, whereby fire-fight
was off-agaln. trustees will be elected ai J l acliool district
on-apln for the
Halloween Carni- kindergarten program at tt. equipment will be made available pellet rifles at Magnolia
vela at the School Coard meeting Tuesday with the meetinghere Tuesday. for use In Lawtey at no Hotel upon the request of village set by Bradford County voters when they' iro

spooks and goblins coming out on top in the final Nolia will be employed. "on coat to the city except for Insurance hole* owner Mr*. A. B. WH to the polls Tuesday November, 2.

vote. I a month to month" basis to maintenance and (lams. At Its meeting here Tuesday

County school FTA's were work up the proposal for the storage. It seems that pigeon* car the School Board set four

thrown Into Nt OUch of Hurst ElectedQiairmanOf two programs which wilt make The truck. an International nr lire and. lire are one thing Board RejectsSD mills as the total levy to bo

despond when the Board declared use largely of Federal. funds. ton and a half wee obtainedby no hotel want. placed on the ballot for achool:

Its Intention of banningthe H* will be paid a salary of the Forest" Service from The neophyte. pigeon ex* purposes In the next fU ,at

carnival under lu. prevlously $800 annually (equal, to Ma Jacksonville Naval Air Station terminator to far claim to Survey year Three mills will be earmarked :

adopted policy of "no pay .. principal) and the where It was foam-equipped hare dtopalched. some 6S of ; for operating! expenses
Mrs. Recruiter
Dampier and! Army Sgt review' .
after achool hours aodal tune board will be reimbursed with Flnley file.Os for "crash" work The Forest the lire-ridden cooing pests and one mill for building
tions." mea belag called. far largest pre-lnductlon examlnallnai .In from the hotel premises. and bu reserve.
Federal funds Servicehas '
for this expense. : removed the foam Denies ChamberThe
After'a'' delegation headed 'New' Council If the project Is approved. "If recent year*. equipment and replaced it Aa of Wednesday. afternoon .. Total present mlllage leviedby

by Mrs. John A. Torode had we are tamed down, then No- with a 800-gallon water tank officer Tee Wee" the board lee\ 4. 'Thl Include

presented its plea that the Carl lln'a eervicea will be terminated In 25th Year and pump. Also1 Included with Crews wa the champion ) Bradford Board of 532 mills that can b*

carnival be permitted, and Hurt was re-elected ," Casey said. The former the equipment are hose adapters hot with bailed claim of County Commissioners In their levied at the board's discretion
chairman of ha Stark 30 birds AuUUnt Chief. and not be
received a neiaUve City an4 noaales. may Uvcrctuioamore :
anewer principal will not draw retirement regular meeting Tuesday, de
the board did some eleventhhour Council at a brief and m- Nelson Blorker. assistant Fuquay. and patrolman Lane than 10 per cent In
pay while workingon dined acceptance: of a prelimInary
eventful meeting Mrs. Rates were tied with 15 each. I any one> Alao Included Is
"second1 thoughUng" and Tueedaynight. the project: the superintendent Dampier District Forester from Lake I ( survey of a subdivision year :
When asked If there waabai 3.03 mills t d..t.rte&lII'f'PTellen.
voted to.permit all county added. City explained to the project developed by Ifogan
The 1 law firm of Thomas a limit pigeon. I ing the roll-back figure from
on a
PTA. a Council
to hold their carnivals Monday
Caaey said ha plan to meet LaW"1 Smith on Sampson\ Lake.
as requested. Pierce wa reappolnted. city with teacher soon and get With Sgi. Bilko any additional 'loc 4 policeman. replied. "No M. a. McMillan surveyor. the 10 mills", voted In the min-

Early: In Tuesday's. meeting. attorney and M. O. :McMillan their reaction and suggestions added to the truck ..110I/ I comment." presented. the survey for tII.Bo.rd' see election two years aco.

Wayne McLeod. president of waa renamed, city surveyor. T. on the Head Start and kindergartan ladders and small tools will tentative approval. Although The board .to now requesting?

the BHS Junior Class, and C. Hasan, whose term .to exIrtring. "With the -BKLECTIV1C 8ERVICK-: cnritln*; Service, and likewise remain the property of the fully In favor of the that the maximum district

Ken Scott vice president of, was reappolnted' to the Alachua-Bradford programs. Junior the name but the "service* I to the young male City of Lawtey.According Dr. FordyceTo propel subdivision develop levy to be voted will be 4 mills

Student Government asked I Board of Bond Trustee. new dlepenaed& la not selective population of the area. She to the for the next biennlum.
to be agreement, men the Board refused to a.-
College eoon
that the Board's ban on social Councilman Dwell, Lawson If this were the case, Mr*. ha received all tile top awantoalready the City of Lawtey will provide ropt the survey because roads Casey reminded board mem

activities be lifted. wtk wa not a candidate for thl would give u* a complete Rhoda Dampier, Clark of Lo tile most notable of normal! upkeep liability insurance In Use proposed project had hers they do not bMW/ to levy

-We think that social activities re-elocUon to the Council educational program from kindergarten "- cat Board No. 18 In Stark. which was a certificate of appreciation and a suitable placeto Head JCDr. not been constructed the entire. four m..... even ifU
to Junior college, ham> been repeating an offense by direction of the U placed th ballot .,
on and I
yielded hi *
can be returned in an et to newcomer house the truck. A committee J. Frank Lee, District rbrester *
orderly Jam* K.: (Potllcker : he eaid. for years.October. Secretary of the Army Unusual named approved by voter. He recommended. -
manna McLeod Bald : ) MaRa was to Investigate Ftoitda Forest Service
The Head Start trial run"lat IT. will mark Stn.Ilampl.r' It waa in that it waa Joseph Fordye, preal however that the
"It U who waa. ....,. the ,
underminingmorale In after the possibility of renting or dent of Ontral Ktoridit reported to the Board that tiro
summer was generally regarded 29>U) the second of Ks Junior00II..c.
old" anniversary type given a four mill levy be used a
and achool spirit by not hav- council adjourned soonafter teasing spare. ton this purposeIn In Orals has been fighting equipment obtained aa
as a successful program with Selective Service In Brad- civilian. Phil Silvers, of "e.rasnI safe figure
Inc any of these activities." he 7pm.Protest an existing building. named. from U
pnwkinnt of the government surplus
and a great help to underprlvilezed lord County. In this q\aut\ BUko" TV fame, received prOopoll. All qualified elrctcra In
added mentioning among the of the 12 per linear ... By terms of the agreement ed new Alachua-Bratlford available to rural communJ
century, she baa advised 1M. the Ort
cancelled functions the> Jun- foot --.nent for propoaadrat children enteringthe the Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department County! Junior Oolleg. tie* on a free tine basis Law4uiijr Bradford County may vote In I
ant grade for the first ally thousands of JOan<< men .. .__ __ _.... the trustee election but only
Ior-eenbr Prom. the Senior hiy any aroe to "fh .-.-- .
art ions ta BUUN what to and now a answet J a appuintm.nt made MIlT .- acquired such aplee -
Class trip .and the Pep Club gas and Green Acre. subdivision time this fall.Tools I can beat expert satisfy their military! they 47 Answer calla from rcaUsnU in the at a apeclal meeting of the of equipment. Lee slst1' those who pay a tax on real

busses to out of town. game I were again regtotred obligation, yet gain. something Northeast area of( Bradford A4achuit County Board of Pub- presented to the Board tht<< I .late or personal property littradlord /i
With the) advrnt of Integration i by residents of the two areas personally. This latter question Big Call ForPreinduction County, bounded loughly by tic Instruction In ta4nvllla Forestry Service's tateinen County are entitled
to vote In the mlllag efoutloltdeparate .
In the schools this fall and Chairman Hurst named a StolenFrontBHS :Mr*. Dampier f eels. the Orlffla road on the north Tue day. of expenditure for Ute limas

the- Board placed the ban co.saleZ Committee composed of Couneitoaa strongly about. She advls Morvan road on the South In naming Dr. Fordyc to year 11184.'& which totaled ballot will be provided

aetlvtu-a. with the reerrSUbn one Wlggm. youaigr men In the "t-A'* Cla Highway It on the went, and the port th* board unanimously 130,770., Lee' statement men for the two el.dloM"Tb. .

$ that the policy woulfbe Goodman and Ruby John, to iftcatlon not to walk until 11I&11'f the county line on the "Mat(. followed a reconvniiulotlunty" tloned. 'In addltloii to1 expendItures. last day to qualify\ aa a
41/ .
reviewed -!rose. Uan*' to aaa --... If anrUUo-rreooM., be they are drafted, thereby ...- A .pre-lkiwctlon. lltOdul.... by LoralUuanl The truck will also be subjectto : th"AI..bu.a.llr.a.lfo.\ ..' Junior that. during the 131 candidate for the office (I i
men wn*>
trustee U Monday Oe*. I.J"Then
tame. don In th. matter.Mr lag any choice of ,technical No. II Selevtlv lie,. & call. If needed, by the for- College/ Advisory Commit. month eovere-t S3 wild fires
McLeo: MI4.that. /If necessary *. Joe Oto-y of Oraen Acre Tools valued at around' 1280 traJntn"When you KNOW' Vic, for today, (ThuraUny) Mt Service, although It was t... His salary wll be ....&100 had been mjppi'eased by the .to only. one dlaU1ct.ftlmprlMd ,

the students -would provide *, asked why the Council did were stolen from the automotive you have a military obligation Single men Ju-t\ reaching pointed out that It Is not the a year. Bradford County unit and /In* of th*) entire coun1ow-'J:.J\
and .
for extra police protectionat sot Increase th. ewer charge mechanic shop at BitS that you will b* drafted their IMh birthday are being type of equipment that Is nor. Appointment of the &01-year- vntliratlon! of numerous fires ly present trustee srei".i"' !

dance In order to lnaure for, everyone by IS cent a'' sometime last weekend according sooner or later, the bent. thing; railed for examination this mslly used In finning forest" 1g1>>l l career educator. culminated bv the law enforcement& Buster. Bennett of Lawtey; 't

that there was no disturbance.Bupi. moat to pay for th.. new line to the BradforJ County to do 1* get that behind you month and Mrs. Rhoda Dam-. fire. several month *urrh for branch. of the forestry. aeratorhad Charles. Hardy HUrke; and. J. "

Tom Casey opposed Ufttnc instead of placing an "unfair sheriffs office. Also. you can be guaranteeda pier clerk of the Uocai: tioanl.atd. : Blotker said that the truck a pr-Mkhmt to h-ml. the new .resulted In legal l action'! W Kelly" Brooker >,

the ban a* this time stating .-....III.nt- on th. run-w* Entrance: : to the building technical school course BR- *W* are beginning; !the Is ready. with the. exception ofMinting Junior collna*. He has beenpresd4nt assist three' parsons In Bradford In order to qualify. for trus-.
., .11.1''h.
of the Marion County tea a candidate must file /
'I FORK enltet. This and will be availablefor
that even one Incident might was gained by prtxina open a you wy examlnatloa of married men County."
getting new -arrvic. She
School Board rtlt1..1Ihmed
college alnce It first opened a
window the southwest ran receive: training that UM) In about week.
Jeopardia the preeent harmon on corner you without children. a The annual report of the
eaid the >2 per foot ssass. 1IM10\ and. .to considered' by five qualified Yo'.r.rtoClUN'ln. .
tou sf.maaph-re. bi the schools I murk would of the building with a will qualify you for soma of Jtlneteen single men and 28 In other business.. at Mon rn one forestry service.. was made] to .
oust her family .large. screwdriver or bar. u.. best &paying Job available. I fay's meeting, the Council I of the outstanding educators he that hto. name be
I'In euro you boys are smart crow married men without children Hoard. by forester R. Ct ,
over 1400 and .
.. .ed. a* an 'In the Junior college nelil. placed on the ballot. No two
deputies said. Quincy Gardner afar your arUv* duty obligation heard Marshal M. M. Jordan ..
enough to figure out some way reported for armed. force pity e alternate .
that th aaamntb lr. Fordyca wa also. soughtto trustees resole! In the
of holding these social functions shop !Instructor reported. the ia terminated," Mr. Dampier deal examination at 1 ..m. describe the bad condition of I hat I fly woodland/ owner had may
paid and that Ute city allow head. up a new Junior college same School Board district,
without having. ? them under missing tool to the sherUTs" says.Hn Thursday. There who pass the the Lawtey police ear, necessitating received forest. managemmilamUtancei I
a deduction of 1190 In lJu"alunty.,
school lo..aI' peran office. ctosnte" example to that examination can expert to be frequent repair bills + I3700O board. feet I
month utiutto/ I turned don that offer lastweek Polling I PlacesAnnounced
__ _
charge __
a. d. Casey added that. In his The list of missing articles, of a young; college graduatewho ord-rad for induction in the and Instructed him to get there or IlmlW'r and a.ojy: cords! or. ..
opinion. s ch social activitiesare th. amount had been refunded. Included. electric Impact *va* a at hoot teacher, and foreseeable future according. pi Ices with a view to trading too on the much grounds' that pulpwood! had .been mark**!
a responsibility of parents."There wrench, tlectrlc drill torque was deferred due to his being, I to Mrs .bamptor. "It I t.I Impossible for a new car. school offlcala there for selling: the field portionof

are plenty of places Neither euggcatton met with wrench. hack ..... machine In a rrUIra] line of oocupa* to aay when the- The marshal was alao In* The proposal AtochuaHratlfonl I- th* soil,, wtmd'lanKt correla- For SCS Vote

they couU be held." he said Council approval. hammer diagonal cutter, and I tton. He r.r.... to get hi" who ar. then eltftbl will be tructed to pick up the City's Institution\ la srhluld to Ion study was compteteil In

mentioning the Recreation Chairman Her., whil sym a red tool box. Most of the service: obligation terminated called, a* the -wigto men will gasoline credit card, which I next September It will un. and that the Florida. Polling piacs to electionof

Center. Country Club and the pathising with thos who meat Items were. marked by an electric before beginning hi. teaching be caltod; nr-t. Than Uv marled I Had been left at' a Lawtey I open offer college work equivalent r"nrmt Service plans to parti foil and Water Conjujrva-
pay U>* aasiaament. said that '' career Shortly thereafter, he Will be eased and theolder lon District Bupervtoor"" were
Fairground' building. I needle. with the figures: icon service station for convenience to the freshmen. and, anpho- Ipate In the Neighborhood
some of the line In Green Acre I' and another teacher were Jointly one called firat.: the I 'I announced this work, by 54mMcOarvey.
Q. BUS. IA. In making
Member Rodney P. Hall or I purchanea more years of a four-year ooi-. Youth Corp\ 1PTocnm,, Board of
MId M felt that social activities would ot th. City as Th sha-Ufa office said thatlaw being conatdered for a promotion clerk sld. Councilman Milo Smith said loge, plum a vc-allnnallochscal / Th. Hoard denied" a requeitfrom chairman

could be safely resumed much a. 114 per foot and he enforcements officer In I I ; unfortunately' the It was not a business lilts program. The first -1 the Bradford Chamberof Supervisors.\ Thy are: WatersStore
other mac got K. Despite the Lawtey; tlrooker superMarket
and moved that the action: did not conidr the 12 per the eurrounding are had been fact that the deferred. teacher BrabhamHead Will I practice to leave the credit will likely. begin itperatlrm Inthe Commerce for one-half the Brooker'' and the
foot e** **innt uareasonabls.Mr given a !list of the 'card at service. elation In ,
banning them be rescinded. missing any ; old piiat' office building cot, 1450. of printing brochure Inflt.rlle.
had and inability Office
I I an edge
The motion was seconded by I .. Otoay said that If everyone Items. .eNortty 1M.. am that II should be kept In OaUwr-vtM. until th* new I promoting Bradford Farm Forester
wa Rotary
passed .
A- N.' HoIUday. and ended In a in the past had had topay for promotion 'because. the oth-I I the City Hall plant .to ron.Lruct.4 County Ttw Commission All qualified voter are
draw: with Honiday and Hall UM aarni as-is-rnnt. en* Tb. *|>(ioimnient uf lr.1 noted. that 111.000" already .
er man was MaMHaed In thathe of the* location
of urged to visit one
voting for lifting the ban. wormed not protest, but declared : Sewer BidsAuthorised had. completed t his active I,I John R. Brabham, pastor Church. 3 Juvenile I Fordyr will hasten lit..elec.Itom 'I II being donated annually, by the ,between the hour of
and members f. A. Sapp and that on song recent: extension I' the First Methodist of a site for a permanent county. to the Clamber o' )
duty obUp tII p m. and cast
H. A. Lawaon voting against It property owner had: I was circled president rampu Several area hav Commerce

Chairman D. W starling die paid only I 73. cants per foot. In view of the present world I. tarke. Rotary Club for 'hi'' Arrested Here I been offered. In Alarhua anvil 1 I I. A, Wynn oft h Hampton their vote fur carstklatee'of' DU-
Councilman John old that IBy I, sJtuatlnn and the ever-im-rea-. lKW- club year starting ltra foul Counties. without take. appeared before th their choice tn fill three
(Continued On .
tale ) Council .
inc draft ran. making the I election took place atl I trial Sm>*rvUnr vacancies
condition change. sod theCty. I The Three juveniles from Pensa i n-rt. nnal selection of a4t* hoard necking reduction' of him
: right rh'4ce a..* 'hamming more the club's regular Wednesday I Carxlkiate-. A. If lUrlayJr
Bnaactal poMion altar ha been withheld" In order to property taxes Memheri
CH AtSteak and more a critically import cola were picked up Tuendaj F, M. Smith. Joe A, horny,
BROILED from tint to tint. WMto. the Bid for exteneton of water lundllIIHm"Uf14I morning by sheriffs deputies Mv the benefit of the r.*".- IJI'llntf'tt) out l V..' since\' the
I.M dM-teton. Mrs Dampl-r and Paul, B Emery JrQualified
and faciUttoa te of InteractWeek.
7HCnt .seement may have, sewerage In observance In the wood nr Graham dent'a vlaw. Th* n. h..p forth I I( JII 1m18C2 Oil rage :Jl. toe"KJ,.
0.A and SouUtgatsubiUvtotona say. "FlnUh that s-vic obllcatlnn. Or.&. 3Cal ,Ad.ama.Mw' voter !
.ba** poalhl at tuna Mto *4iv1ry committee will b*
on .
here they' had hidden out
Supper were ..tItbJ' horteed l! and at the semi Um. of the Stark anyone elUlbl" to vote In a
not fsaaibl under present J. sponsor attar breaking Into an unoreiipled to call! In a .*t>wlal l mite ..|.Iscthin .
the City Council tn a ..pedal get a technical/ school 1 eour.a'lien Interact Club dtooucsod the general election who In ad
Sponsored M thodUlMen's eondttlona. en* eaid.U M I In this area, bo- team from the Mate I'>"-
By house
I meeting .toat Friday night. you will be an at to objecUves of the organization Pecan Market ditlon. Is a landowner _1tMn
had been estimated. I momt of Krtix-atliin.. to rer-
by longing to L Hough part
Club Cot of UM projar' a* asti- | the wrrVe and your!: eountry.o hleh U sponsored by the tlidistrict..
th* City's' engine*** that even M Mat I u The sheriff office .U that eunmoNi.t a_ eatable plan for .1..
October mateo ey Irriead an _" or me snu
Tuesday, 19 tn* cny..nttneete.Reynoids. muMfpyprua "noT"I Rotary Club for high .hI.,1 l The purpn situ
<::30 to 8:00: P.'I. f> a foot the aawnnt SmHn A HHU, "I I yoM. receive training and boy a. among; the Item removed the now 1IC'Iw.,1.l.I To Soon Water Cormervatlon Ototrlrt .a
would bring; In only aa eti M.OOO. ape law that rant be ma- frnm the Maw were *n old I Ilr Fonlyce e a native of Open subdivision" of Stale tcovvrii-,
Adams Introduced: Flip Graham -
Fellowship Hall mated .000. wnU actual" 'I' In other" buslnsa, at the *pectol ured by money value" president of Interact. telephone box a mettle In' WeVIrgMla and boils' c..togre meal .to to assist UndownarsIn

1.50 MateIntuftltln tool of taywtg; th* line wtH be f I "'''Una'. Uv Counrll appointed To ir>atrat* the. tighteningdraft who ducrlbej some of use -iblnet. and a kero-rn lamp *. from Fairmont 'U..I I Th* pecan auction mark. conservation of .soli and

<< Program round tlaaOOO. EoSrlo Oonway to serve 1 J *nation, the cell for the club's civic and school profit I 'One of the boys was an arv I'nlin..d! On rage will ripen afimetlm .btwan. water r*.<>ureTh ..

Public Invited Gorge 1- Robert of CoUeylRoad l a* operator of UM **wag* redtord-, Group Boardfor during the past year and now, (lou. fancier" ths aheriffs of Ort 13 and ;2O according: to District provkl-. technical
complamad about vacant, treatment plant which will be the month of Oot<4>.r toIt flee said aa-l-tanc. to local Und
one* that ore In the making Opening Set Phil/! CrrmkhH. manager of
la bto that haa) computed In about three single and Si married men, Th. boys said they werrheaded
property' are for the current term. the ..Lukestate Tarmr owners .,d opera 'ra and private
TrrwUIeffar Molora bB allowed to grow .p till[ _11& A former City employ the ant Um since the Korean for Miami when... their For Bible ClubOpening Market. source for use In carry

PUNT. PASS waad and wrieerbh ..-... ereat-' :, Cbnway to at pr-aent taking a Conflict that married men have Methodist "_ .hrce down and they "lICit "We will Mart the suction Ing out Ua work. "1ncrea lna

hug a breading place for anak-. j 1 count* tn OalnaxviU* on plantoperation. been eaUed.Mr Men lost In the are, winding up date for the Children's al lee the market i population. In FVirtd will
on a* soon
& KICKCONTEST a* and ma-<|.. -. H* wa*\ *. Dampter baa caused Announce Steak in 'he, vicinity of Orsham Bible& Mission Club for make greater demand on oar
th have the
Co-t of bending UM nw ,. .. ,, will be Monday .m pxrn gr> t.Id to prwvld the city .lUll| eonfueaoa in one area and teon 1"tw7. bot".1d Mrs ill* Ti'"** a area rasourc ton/I. woxlUrtdn.
naata of MM property. owner treatment plant, and other water >I 1 mae la partieoUr. Sa*.. Supper Tuesday awoltlna- the arrival 1 of aulhorttl rot Immediately/ after crop ready, h* *aldTh water. food. flbf. shelter and

Boy. 8 Thru 13 who. would be rqeted ci..rj: and e-iwerage projects totaling grant let Class George Find- /*. from Penucola .....IM>|1. "Th club will mt for crop this year a.I only ration facllilto. ** accordIn -
j jtka
about $400.000 to being The Methodist Men's Club Baptist art ftO per rent of normal
hntir In the Hop
Sat. Oct. 9 ley Army Recruiter from mw to Mr, McOarvey rhalr
tIN would '
property or city financed thro.** a bond tau*. I o..u.'to ha been .U sponsoring a sleek nipper I Fan MotorcadeSet Church ant toll children" !in h* rick .but still fc-Mr than ,
9 A'I.BradtMcI dtf It and bill them for *erMra. *e ng I Igrad.d man of the IXitrtct: "It 'to.
When completed the newplant 'ra-IBoudI" Tuesday night Ort I*. from &h1'UUll11 I.! or to*( ..area. when a hurricane
high old.. premlae. .* For on* hUhlywtntlal.." he ,,'..
will be on of the most I.. CIt'fteo earn Thureday to "'30 to 1 p m Th menu will above, tae welcome. An entire. cat prwluetiun' to about :3ft per
continue to
I I I "that w* provide
School SUrflaaa Clary and oUOT rt-
modem In" UM tate.I ,1 feature eh revc..d steak. and To Orange ParkAll |Iy. of arhlv ** .
perpMutd IMA ha* been nw prne-rc-n
... nCCrunkhM oar Boll and Watee, Coturva
of ,
Green Acre
Co-Sponsor JayceraSpat expra a record for Army RecruiUng ticket st 61 l 30 may be obtalrwd m-nt to planned, and all chiUdien seed hers will be lion ttitrlct with capable
a-d um.rii over the fcigHI i'I from member. of a ..tr_., and a rraeker, and
IECOMMI141ONEUi lenltotmentsl. Bradford any fnntlMU fans going to ar* asked to bring taw &hra n.. Cawtribwte) speed ell eoma 1. mot.rteta.loafHigw.r ; 'I I I County; II young. raea went ',, the flubs or from the church' Uranus Park for the gene on plbljr. to U. mirUraf sheller available al the "market not a general.\ election. everfon .

Weekly' to Poblieiza aid tea-d UM dal CMyfUnHta. i I, Secretary of State Tom'!, "-Choir Not Chance.- eurpa j office Friday., Ort .. are asked to A itmlt-H. amount of tranpnrtatlon *- this *- *>""% open.t..J by pri- .to urgi| to exercise hi* $r

Caexaaaaitr GrtwU fcy Taey It war Adam baa announreid the re* efng the previous record ef 1*. J Ou *t sp-aker will be> Rv. consider traveling' In a motor- will b* provided forM vat p-vwjna on a Custom work her voting rlllh,. ,A vote fpr

geroo and difftcaK to term off conuntosloiunc of Zeira HamIlton WIMCB wa In It4i *gt. Findtoy's Ryan admlntotrator. of Wesley cede whim to being orfanlwwl pupil living not more'' .basis.Re. your candidate for Bradford

I The Community UM road into Oreea Acre doe of Brrjofcer as member yrobl-m. to how to extend Manor who will dtoeuax tMoperation by the BH.
State Bank to sp-edWigr car. There aajalready of the Bradford County DveiopnMnt -- th* Ujg. Army *ppr.riation of the Manor and The motorcade wfll form' in will be appreciatedIn big crop tine year, and IbM District .W a vote for

been on* bX accident AothorUy CUtnctft. to Mra. Dampier for her afetoaaUtaac I the problems of a lnr.Th th* bee lot at B1H starting al pcorVtlntranaunrtallon.. Miataerppltad LouMiana" had ernmnt and the coruervatlcju eelf-got-

(COIIaUr'-A 4< Oa Page 2)) to tao Army Re- public. to Invited to attend '.39 p. m and win hovel>rOranae Phone' 471-413 for further information. Mg ,...... until two burrtcanaaInfllctad of soil and water reaourcea."

Park at 1 p m.C 'hoary damaga the chairman adderl. .

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and attended the circus I I head as bus driver to succeed Southside PTA WCTU Plans

Mrs. Alice Edwards of Jacksonville I: her husband, A. B. Whitehead. Hears LegislatorArch For Convention i ,
r is visiting her son- I -Heard a Jacksonville
in-law and daughter, Mr! and architect discuss phas:. of Uw Mrs. Charles (cihrig., Spiritual .
Mrs. Tata Alvarez I I forthcoming consti uctton pro- ,, Thomas Jr. spoke on :. Life Chairman, conducted

Steve, Denmark will be home gram. how apportlonm'nt will, affect the devotional at the_September
.-w for the weekend from Gordon s -Heard BHS p)'Inclpal Con the schools at the South- meeting of the local WCTU
... GLADYS MOOTY the reveQt side Elementary PTA meetlnc afternoon
Military College Barne.svlllo, nle Clark report on : held Wednesday ot
"'' Phone 964-0651 Oa. theft of around $298 worth o.: on Tuesday evening in, the last week .W the Tabernacle

'_. __ Mr. ami Mrs!! Ted Simmon' 1 4 tools frorrt the school shop. cafeteria.Mrs. :.cbapvl.
-- and son of Gainesville were fti 'r.r -Ordered the repair of e W. B. Mundy ga'.1 th> The president: Mrs. J. ,T

> Jibe families of :Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Phillip Cronkhlte underwent Sunday visitor of Mrs Alice plumbing problem that resultin I devotional and: Mrs. L.., L Qifcitfley gavs'some, startling
don Conner of Orlando.* Mr.tuCMrs. surgery Wednesday In Anderson. periodical flooding of the Fuliwood. president, preside facts and flgulesnweoncerningtemperance

Al Harley: ,lit' of? Doctor's Hospital. Mis.. Guy Sale was visitingMr. i field bouse) at BHS. at the business meeting at worKZt and otter
'Merrtt Island, and Dr. and Miss Elaine Strickland of and Mrs. Keith Ollllng- 1L Granted request by Curtis which time the bu.'get wa' ..officermade}, satbfdctoryt.e'
;Mre; ;Barney :r McFtae of Lake Stetson University will be ham in Jacksonville over the J ,a Marlowe for professional leave adopted.: ; It was announcedthat potta.ct thetr/ictlvtue/ during

City':ware visiting :their parents home for the weekend.Mrs. weekend. I 4 s for one BEA delegate to attend any used clothing may b the past month, e r

and families here over L. A. Davis has had as Mrs, and Mrs. H. A. Lawson each of five dlstrlc : brought. to the office. The Plans were mad for delegates

the! *y.ekend. visitors Capt. an-d Mrs. Downs had their children and families meetings during the year. i room count was won by Mrs I ,to' attend the 8tat Convention

...'"Byron Terwillegar a Junior Wright ot Cecil Field last home for the weekend: ; Granted request of Mist I Wa.sdin's room. Mr. Hpbbs Introduced in Orlando Cot',1417.

tit The Bolles School., baa ''been Thursday and Mrs. D. II. including Mr. and Mrs. CharH '; t Della Rosenberg, State BPW three interns.

2 1.ct d president or his clans. Perryman of DeFuniak Springsthe I Lawson of Tallahassee Mr. president, for ,profssoiona: The executive board met Recent Birth.'

-John Greene and W. W. first of the week.Mrs. and Mrs. W. M. Morar of leave on five dates (during the preceding the regular meeting!!

Hood are in Pensacola attending I Marie McDavid and :i Panama City. and Mr. end ,rl year and the budget, for the year Mr. and! Mrs L.wJ g Irby of
the Society of American Mrs/! Ann Taylor and ""daughters Mrs Joe Jordan of Lake Approved list of BUS students was approved. Gainesville formerly of

Foresters Convention through of Gainesville were Satur- Wales./! taking special courses In Refreshments were served Starke, announce the birth of

Saturday. day visitors of Mrs. T. D. Mrs. Eve Baldwin visited\ l a, adult education classes.. during tho social hour.LeachLewis 10 son on oat | In. the Ala-

Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake City Dyal. i Mrs. Oscar Thomas in Gainesville -Heard complaints:: from ;hua General Hospital.
visited, her mother, !Mra. S. L.Peek Dale Crosby returned last oven the weekend. several} parents In Southgato -'

ST., on Tuesday. Friday after serving as a Page Sst. Jerry Lawson/! and sons subdivision concerning rout. Bradford Countt..lJospl tal

Mr. and Mm. Jerome Johns for Rep. D. R. Matthews InWashington. of Orlando were visiting his trig of school busses and announce the following births:
.') D. C, the past i I Funsters Debut At Husband's NightOne I agreed to lock into the problem Earf.
had. as guests during the week parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ewell The wedding of Miss Linda Mr.: and Mrs. Robert
end at their home on Crystal. T I month. Lawson, on Sunday.Mr. and mako changes if feas. Leach and George Lewis wW Johnson, Melrose: a- sun Bob-
Mr. and Mrs. John Manning
Lake; Mr.and Mrs. Johnson week- and Mrs. L. O. Hazen of the most outstanding ;presented. Mrs.. R. A. Green, contact her. Ible. I be solemnized at. 8 pjm. Frt- by Allen Sept. 29.
of Key West spent the
Davis' of Miami Mr und Mrs. I visited Mrs. O. A. Barber in social events of the Starke director, waa'.aalsted by O. L. Mrs. P. T. NoUn was chairman day Oct. 8, in the Laura Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Franklin George
end with friends here.
'Joseph Lewis and Mr. and! Gainesville Sunday.Mr. Woman's Club was held last t Jarvls.. t of the committee in Church with Rev.. Donald Starke.. a daughter
returnedafter Dr.
J. E. has FordyceTo
,acre George Shcarouso of Or- I and Mrs. Donald Meyrs' Thursday night at the club Mrs. Maurice Wlnuate was charge of the affair and those Willis officiating. Donna OaU. Sept. 29.
ten days In the University -
''lando Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Medical Center, where heunderwent of Tampa wore Friday over- house when the senior and very much applauded,when assisting her were Mrs. F. W. Head JU All friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. James McKay

Johnston of Bradenton, and night guests of Mr. and Mrs,. Junior club members honored she gave her song ant, dance Strickland. co-chairman in the couple are Invited to at- BalD) Jr.. Green Cove Springs

'Mr: and Mrs. George Harby H. Adnm.4 attended a Phillip Cronkhlte.! their husbands: with a covered number and Mrs. W. II. Noll. charge of the dining room, (Continued From Page One! tend. a son James McKay Bale ilL
of Jacksonville. dish supper. man showed her ability In her Mrs.. Eunice Searing, Mrs. F Oct. 4.TASTEEFREEZ .
School of
Seminar at the
I creative dancing "Tip Toe J. Pellum. Mrs. Willie Mae
IJtfrs.. Henry O'llara returned Metfirlne:! at the University Board Rejects Guests wore, abated at ran I and West Virginia. University.He .
Thru the Mrs. Lilly Denton Miss Delia Rosenberg
Tulips. .
Sunday after three weeks: covered with also received master'sdegree ,
M"dlcal Center last Friday. tables. which were a
Bridges Is "booking agent" fo. Mrs. Lilly Bridge. Mrs S. L.
:yistt with relatives in Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and S-D Survey white cloths and centered with I In guidance and .student
the band and anyone deslrlrm Peek Jr.. Mrs. Don Patray DRIVE-IN
Beach and Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Derry Dyal Sr.f hurt vases holding vart-colored personnel work at Harvard
to have this combo entertain Mrs. Fate Brown and Mrs ;
T. J. Thomaa of Valdosta ,
Mrs. '> Graham spent the week- roios The buffet table wan University in 1919. In
(Continued From Pane One! for their club or program/ max Oennte Rir:"rts, '"eoratlonxmerrt. U S. 301-NORTH TEMPLE
and Mrs. Lillian Phillip -nd with Mr. and Mrs Clar- overlaid with a white linen 1994 he received his doctor of .

of Lake City were visiting ence Melton in Orlando. Board of Equalization had cloth and centered with an ah Hurst Reelected education degree, also in guidance DRIVE OUT TODAY AND ,TRY OUR
.their sister, Mrs. Bertha Mr and Mrs. B. A. Clark ol, met and Btl.tourncd. there: was! rnnecment; of )Jl'lmrOllcs. Miss Referred to committee and personnel l work from

Pearce, last Friday and Sat Cocoa are Ri'ests' of Mr. and nothing tho Commission coulddo. Della novnberir' on-t Mrs. I for study request. for water the University of Florida. DELICIOUSHamburgers I
urday. Mrs. T. L. Casey for several N. BrenJealo! presided. at the Council Head service to the"Elks Club on Before coming to (Florida he

Seaman Stephen Prevatt oV1Utlng ( days. Approval was Riven to Jack coffee and tea. services N Temple Ave. Utilities Dip taught psychology at Tufts I

...\ Field at Milton, wan Dr. C. J. Mount underwent Trawlck, Mosquito Control and Mr. ands Mrs. P T. Nolin (Continued From Pate One i rector Oscar Davis said the College in Massachusetts, wasassistant
'visiting his mother. Mrs. Ed surgery In Baptist Memorial Sanitation Officer, to proceed and Mr and Mrs. A. J. Thomas nervlce would Involve around profmwor of Englishat !: i
several others
narrowly of MautchuHetts.
"'Trevaitt. from Friday to Tues. Hospital last Friday.Mr with the opening of Sampson Jr. received the guests at I 700 feet of line which was a the University -
averted, they !laId.Mayor' and dean of men i I ,
: and Mrs. D. E, Adams:: Canal between Rowell and the door. Mr. Noun Rave the "lot of pipe" for a single ser
day.Local Randal said Instructor at
Chitty and English Bring The Whole Family Out
admittances to Braid of Jacknonvlllo and Jane Sampson Lakes to alleviate invocation after whlrh the vice Virginia.
Road In We t
the State Department Shepherd College
lord County Hospital thin Adams of Jacksonville University dralnaKe-: problems In, the area.. Bursts\ were Invited Into the .
net Speed limits on state results AND TRY OUR
week Include: Mrs. Bertie L) were visiting Dr and Mrs. A request from the Bradford dining room where a most delectable Board OK's
Williams, John F Jaudon, Mrs,, H. H. Adams on Sunday. County Hospital for $5.000 to meal was served. through the city and agreed to '
take the matter up with the E. Beam Shrimp Boat or Chicken Boat
Alice Druet. Mrs. Minnie Bes-j Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs. offset the hospital's operating PTA Carnivals Cyrus
After dinner Mrs. J. W. .
SKD in an effort to eliminatethe
gent Mrs. Helen Mersereaui, Edith Christensen visited their deficit received the Board
? KincAld. social chairman, wel- hazard. Final Rites FAST COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE
: B. Taccla, George Orlfi sister Mrs. C. W. Beosley, In One
Fred approval with the money being 'comed guests In the absence'Of ."* In other action the Council: I Continued From Pare
fit, Mrs. Fern Wells, Mr Oalnesvllle last Friday even- made available out of thecounty's held
jOlenda Mrs. C. J. Houpt, president, Funeral services) were With Ample Parking Facilities
Oreen Mrs. share 01'ace trackfunds AuthorineVI. ,Attorney neo not attend the meeting
Phoelxj Ing.Mrs. \ 'Then an atmosphere of (mtetyDeemed In Jones Memorial Chapel at
Bakken, John C. Griffis Sr., R. L. C. Thomas of Pierre to give A quit claim Mrs. V. J. Spengler, president for Cyrus
to reign ns the! lights 10 a. m. Monday
and Horace Sanders all ot( Wlldwood was visiting Mr. The Board instructed:J k;, were. lowered and Mrs E. L. deed to the Bradford County of the High School PTA.said EllsborUi Beam. 81, who died TREAT THE CHILDREN &
JTBterke; Mrs. Bunts Broughton and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Charles Darby to obtain'information additional :: Matthews!!, emcee Introdured Development Authority on a she felt that social activities Wednesday Sept. 29. while HAVE ONE YOURSELF
of Hampton; James W. Brpwnt&: on Sunday. 1.S2 acre site in the Industrial! 1 shout" be resumed under
cane.till ,tlfA"'!' club's "Funsteri Ban''! : vUltlng In Norton: Va.
: and Richard Mutes hee of Key-j Jim Lewis has enlisted forfour Ing the Installation of slmviUnt Unit Brldiz"s. rattler' : Elverla Park for the new,J10O.OOO District school Rporutohshlp. but agrecIt Interment was In Jacksonville MILK SHAKES ?

.. atone Height ; MrsM-Kenl: years In the Navyl and Is a Seaboard Railroad I'rOft.-. DeVoe, battle/ : Thl'lmtDin- Civil Defense ECOJ>iilM- this could not be doneto -- Memory Gardens at 1 p

.2 Roberts and Mrs. Perry Ellen taking boot training at the Inor on the new Anderson Jr. kinK piano; L-iclllo Green ing. Pierce wl'l the Development try and work out a plan for m. Monday with Rev, John R. Banana SplitsSUNDAES

:Miner of Lake Butler; and Great Lakes Naval Station. Ill. High; Road for which the washboard' ; Edna Hrt shaken Authority, In) 'turn, will sponsorship by some organisation Brabham pastor of the First\

: Cheryl Inez Shealy of Rulforcl Mrs, Edith Christensen: an-J Seaboard wants the county tp :' Marie Houpt, (tilde trom- I deliver the deej'trt Wh r< Clo..rd or a group of parents. Methodist Church of Starke,,

.5 {Mrs. XF> Stump Is. visiting\ Mrs SViJin tartof 8Urkarand 1 P"TS1(>.000;'' i" ...xia.'tTiA :.: 1' 1'JInl" *"I'I'II''m-' <'!' Jennings b"Mdr nfOmtmttwl>..- ir...Stnt Jntltutlm > In other actions the poarddave : orfl tatlna-. OeWltt' C. Jones
.. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Griffin Mrs. Ella Moody and daughter bid or $R73 from IBM rn; Neil Nollm tn. bells: I ... Work on 'tiro''' project .-- the BITS B.tnd: : per- Funeral Home was In chargeof IN 'A HURRY CALL YOUR
: la Oohlochnee, Oa. thls weeiy Barbara of Green Cove Corp Jacksonville on two Murl'l 1 Norman auto harp: IM expected is, get underway m1 -lon to attend a meet at arrangements. ORDER IN-IT'LL UI5
Mr. and Mrs W. II. Miner Spilngs were vlnltlng Mrs: electric typewriters FSU on Nov 20.
for countynffiee beers Lee! Wiwiins. horn; and cunn. I A native of Pennsylvania.Mr. READY WHEN YOU
JJ of Akron, OhiO'' and Mrs J. p. Joyce Clayton and Mrs. L. W. use was accepted by the r -O.ive tentative approval
Ann Wlnnate, Jus:, Members of .Acx" 'pied, ,an jf/er urU31.1I0 \ Beam had Uved In Uv ARRIVE9316411OPEN
Stricklnnd in Macclenny on for leaves on religious holldtytother
,Rogers of Jacksonville' Board
4 air the blind were seated In aI1f'mlrh'de ky Eldon tardy fornn Stark area since 1941. He was "
: Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Sunday. No action was! taken I Iftjthl attired I than Catholic or Protestant -
and were old<1 city ,truck formerly used a retired postal depaitment 11 A.M. TO 10 PJH. CLOSED
Miss Ida Lou' Plummer. student .
WUliam thin week. meeting on procuring rl t of ln'4 original costumes, typicalof employee.
the etectrlonl .1"l vJhlte- ALL DAY THURSDAY.
m V,C. Bitch returned lart. nurse at Macon Hospital wnv on stag road 10.) N'' '.the program which they by part-'Ji Named Mrs. Leona -

.. Friday from St..., Vincent'* Macon. Oa., was home for the The Board Instructed, (:Quit "
.. Hospital where! h<* was oon- workenn.William! IV Attorney, Gene T ,--'---.F.-i--- s : s'L --.- = -== __
Fthnw lrq,r.I r.-. -= -.:::... 7: -- -- : :::-:" .-Td=1 ==-==- '
: fined for a week for observation E. Plummer Is 1 in I write American Metnls CllmMt! I ..
.... H
JJ and treatment. the Jacksonville NAS Hospital Corp., requesting 'additional "
: Admitted to Doctor's How/> for observation and treat Information to supplementthat
Pltal this week are Louise HO* nrent. contained In a report the AT Walt Hulick [heurolet. Inc.
: Ban of Hampton. Mrs. Agnes/! Ken Thomas of South Gear company recently filed with all II'
.. Rebecca Sapp of Lake Butler Ida College.. Douglas Oa. was I the Commission.

ZZyfb;( P. Rafuse of Lawtcy, home for the weekend., Following adjournment\ for

.. and Jasper Byrd Ncwul E. Col. and Mrs. J A. Griffin lunch the Board: u. S. 301 NORTH

:. Parramore, and Mrs. Sue returned.Sunday after 15 days Denied approval to Car) '1 by .. 1 A
.. Cronkhlte of Starke. In Miami attending the na- Roberta, Civil Defense Dtrector. -

'"Mr. and Mrs T.; H.Hlade re- tional convention of the' National for the' purchase-\ n. Ford

:3'G ned Monday night after"attending Guard Association. I 1I'lIl'k. whlrh mt'rnbeIn.\ I'
the National board Jean Whlff spent the, spected during the lunch-time

IjttCdlrectors meeting of .the I. weekend with her aunt. Miss! break and believe I to bt.* too ''''': :. :_:''''IIII-
Jollenbeck In JacksonvilleMr. light for Its r -
Gas Association In -...6an2TtWwcisco Intended purpose < -
Calif for three and Mrs. Dave Paulk Discussed/ |the Hydrocarbons t
days last week. They also were In Pierson. Da. over the wad' In front of the Oas Plant ,
: spent five days slRht-seelng in weekend visiting Mrs. Jeff and Instructed, the clerk\ to

Southern California Paulk and family.Mr. write the stile Road Department I

JJAlc| John Miller returned and Mrs. Charles Dur- for ni survey to establish. ., 1oat'te :Jn iledO
\ kee and family of Tampa right of
M Sunday after 18 month.* at the way from the< county SHOWINf
I Clark AFB In the Philippine* spent the weekend with Mrs line nt Hcouthole bridge: on I

:.He 'and his family will go to I Diukee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 231 to Brnokrr.Approved' .
i Sheppard AFB In Wichita i Carl Johns, and attended thoU a School of In.strttctlons 'i!

: Palls. Texas on Nov. 17. I of F. game to be conducted, by Ui r.."
.1 George; Flynn County
... r
v Supervisor of Elections, for 7\.1L 'i' "

? a WIN A PILE clerks t inns and Inspectors' of I' ? IHi" \ "-'.

r Accepted1 a bit of $II:! ) "leC-I'

CASH Winkler Elrctrlo Co. V
KOCH POT on a refrigerator to be used by A

the County Home Demonstra
No Puzzles (o !Naive, Nothing tn >{'rite< No tion Office I I TiiLI

IStnmim to I.lck< No Obi grttliiU. Just Come: i Approved a raise In eilarv! i

In Each: \\....k\ or Fevered Time. n l>uy for county road crows, made
and Get Your. FUKK' "C,,,," I'ot" Ticket. possiblo by employing 13 men at n .r R ?a 4 sr '1t1 f, s / ,

Last: Week's!! 'Vinnt'rUnclaimed Instead of is. Foremen and ,:' I fl
draar-llne operator $7.00
per week' morel I Your First Look At The New 1966 Line
: opernto'I.5'! 00 Get Exciting
Cash Pot Now $$75.00 more per week: labourers $380: AM

I more per week. I Chevrolet Cars and Trucks.
Gave permission to the taxassessor
Quality In BITS and fluflty rrrwenpflunsat
and clerk of the court
S KCK'II-S Utun:04.; : Have Your Next Rx
to !
use money* from their of. I
z FIHtxl flees to attend meetings of ;

at KOCH'S-Free Delivery tht'lr"f\ \ (" nswvlatloivs,
providing they comply with 19BB

I' the per diem and mileage law. I II' CHEVROLET'II

Coming To Starke Soon .I' HydrocarbonsTo II

Celebrate All See Them Here! See Them NOW!' :. -
Sec Them :

International Mail ServiceIMPORTS Anniversary I

FROM THE KNTIKK; WOULD) Florida Hydrocarbons will

celebrate Its third anniversarywith PLUS CORVETTE PLUSCHEVROLET TRUCKS i
Cuckoo Clocks' from the Illark Fort-M' of Cermany a barbecue and tour of ,

Watches from Switzerland Lace from llelgiiim !- It, gas. processing plant near i I

i : Guitars from Spain. Brooker: on Wednesday Oot.

I -Z"The World At Your Door" tour 20.Guests of the will plant be starting taken on at a 7 D'?;;;;, Y" Walt Hulick Chevrolet, Inc. :'

JJ Address Inquiries To: Dam. There will be coffee Authorized Chevrolet !In 1
INTERNATIONAL MAIL SERVICE and doughnuts(! In the morn- :rim! NORTH-PHONE: ; !9fi) 1-3000) Your Dealer Bradford County ;1iIJ

Ing and a barbecue lunch j I I
..414. E. South Street.. Starke. .'Ia.1 I I-
will N served at 13:30:t _.
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r Woman's Club
r To Hear FBI 't' .'fi,l", t\\\,, \ ',.." 1 1 lear Talk By Weds R. L, HaddockIn

Security Talk ; ; BUS Principal Orange ParkMiss

James J. O'Connor assistant ;'j\ Connie M. Clark, principal Anita Marie' Easterllng.

GLADYS MOOTY! special agent In charge with or. Bradford High School and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. r

Phone 964-0651 the Federal Bureau of Investigation. A, \zt.I .Charles Krancls principal of B. East rllnlf. and Blchard'
,I Jacksonville! will address I Starke Rlementary School Lawrence Haddock of the
members and /guests of I prcvsentsd an Interesting program Army Air' Corps and son of
,. .,. I : on "How Integration Is ,
"J the Starke Woman's Club at Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H.
It tib' ; I the organization's meeting I II Progressing! In Our Schools"at j Ha.idock: of Jacksonville

-i": '" I here next Wednesday at 3:30p. : I the regular' m"l'.Ungf the t Yd !' Bench, were united In marriage I 1, r4r
.. Junior Woman's Club on Mona
; : .,. m. City and: county law enforcement | at 10:30: a. m. Saturday
officers as well "I f I Uy night. The speakers' were 1 Oct 2, In Orange, Park in the ,
the general public are invited presented by Mrs. Elsie Sand presence of their. Immediate'''
to attend. I l '. "1'.. families and clone! friends. i
the business met-
r I IF Mr. O'Connor will speak on ..41r-: ;:' Before I The couple are spending i ii
Intwo \laitora' Mias huh I '
"FBI Responsibilities In In- 4 i their honeymoon at the Eas- ''Intf
Morris and M 1'8. DomtUt, Carter -
ternal Security Field." Th< I trrlinn home on Lake
I \ were introduced,, Mis.
wwP ;; program Is under:! the club's 4' Bedfoixt. Mr Haddock will
Jerry W. Hicks gave Uio ilorutlonal. -
\ .
i Public Affairs Department. :; I leave Sunday for Honolulu a..
?""r I with Mrs. R. A. Oreen as < During the mx-lul, hour refreahmi"l. i I where he will be stationed and
chairman and the Crime Prevention le j Mra. Haddock will follow In a
wore nerved by
I ..
Department with Mrs. month.
j |
the hosteHMOs. ,
( Charles A. Darby chairman. I The executive board mot I| Miss Strickland "-=:
Mr. O'Connor Is native : :
a Little Women
Wednesday nl 'ht. Sept !20. ut -- -
Buffalo. N. Y and has been I t Mr. SullivanTo
I the home of Mrs CltnrlesSawyer .w
with the FBI" about 14 j'j'j i Strickland To Install Officers '
years. & I It were committee reports Wed Nov. 1 12' ""
Before arriving In Jacksonvillehe Weds Mr. Lewis i
; IKdwurda ,
a FBI'I : were given. Mrs' J. "M 1.\I The Little Women's Club I -"

headquarters was associated In a supervisory with I' .".... Jr. rrportml that funs, Lho In Coconut Grove will install new members at an'\' 1MI'' and Mrs. M. M. flltl'r'} '' -
box lunches for sports| i>uSatunluys land of forborne annottnc
.. their
| : I Installation service at ,
,have bitm wry suereimful. : I the ensgnment fRJ'pr.i".h.-
Hostesses for the meetingwill \ KeficHlimonts were The Plymouth' CunllllC'Rt\. mrrtlna Monday night at 7:30: of their lour
Inff marriage *
be: Mrs. Robert Barks- I Mrs. tlnnul, Church. In CiHoiutOrovt In the. club ioue.. Mothers of
served 1 by Sawyi'r \ l'lOr, Lvnda Suet to Percy et hrtUvm -
dale chairman; Mrs. A. Z. Ad- wiw Uv,! netting for themsrrhtsn !the new members are invitedto Jr.. lIOn of Mr. ant 'MrVPerry
| kins. Mrs. A. J. Barry. Mrs. 8.1, .1. Anrr II I l1rsVainwright of MUvi H.II barn attend. Sullivan Sr. of Th...*_?

W Beckett. Mrs. Charles ,,,., AJUI HtrlrklniMl, daughter' of Hostesses f for tho eveningare Mina Strk-ktnnd"" to a grail: .
Janice Marie Green Weds Mr. PierceIn Darby Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mrs. fi -t e aa'o' j Weds Mr. RussellIn Mr. and Mis. Clyde Wslpy Margie Dowllng and Unda Mte of MnlroiHi High Sitiit vl

Home Ceremony At Brooker'Miss J. H. Dennis Mrs. Jack Tra- ; KtrU-kUml of Miami\ formally Rae Rosier. end him been employed l for-Ww
I I i I 1 wick. Mrs. W. B. Mundy Mrs. Bonnie i Leota Ritch. Paul O. Landry I Hilliard or ritl\iun.. to William Eil- past three years at.CUv WRC-

Janice Marie Green center?! the table flanked by I I' A. Q Loudon. Mrs. A. R. Me- United In Lovely Home CeremonyThe Mr. and Her. W. II. Hall. 8r ward Lewis of Cape Canaveral full letiHth gown of peau de trlc CO-OTV- Keyntrtne Hel UW..
daughter. of Mr. and Mra. Lee f silver candelabra) with blue I: Rae, Mrs:: : Oene Long, and of Therenwi announce the I anti of Mr' anti) Mm WtUlsjn sole with lace pllquiis and a Mr. Sullivan ta a grwohRle t
Roy Oreen. and the late The- Candid on one end and a all Mn. J'WNI! x..WlIOn. marriage. of Miss BonnIe I pink and white rwrnathm cr.eGo marriage of their 'dmijrhtvr, Henry Lewis' of 1\1 IIlIn I. The short train. She carried a cascade of BradMritbilnty\ ll\Kt\\ \
ora McOauley Green became of bride Is the niece of Mr. and 8clM>of and fc* employcif. ,tat
ver punch bowl encircled with I Leota RHch. daughter Mm.. Kmojcan: ) Wtiinwrlght to bouquet of white roses.The
the brtde of Mr. George! Oliver fern. blue carnations, blue Shaw ReunionSet Mr and Mrs. Marks Ritch of A reception was heM on the i, Thomas IXMin Russell of Mis. B. T Ttwmns} of 8tarke.Hiv. mother of the bride Clay KlertrU1: Co-op.
Pierce con of Mr. Mr. patio at the home iif the David thivLi,, ami; stock white carnations and RL 2. Starke to Paul Ocllve .JacksonvlllA of Mrs May I worn ni green sheath with along
Stanley I.. Pierce of Oanoga blue emural leaves at the other For SundayThe i Landry Jr. nephew' of Jessie .It
Newt M nVIParan
Park Calif. "The marriage was B. Ooleman of Starke, was ceremony The marriage WB performed p. m. lined bnlge-suod matching ac ring. <
performed on Saturday. AUK. end.Cake and punch were nerved annual Shaw family reunion solemnised Friday. AUK. 27, The couple Is residing<< at Sept.. 18 in Hllllunl with CIroruo! Clink served, nn bent cessories.Thej Baptlnt Church ()Pe1b"-
:3*. at the home of the bride's by Mrs. Jackto Brannan and will be held Sunday Oct. at TSO: p.m. on the lawn at Rt. 2. Box 212.0 In SUrk after Mm. Khcxln, Dumpier end I Minn man Ilno1 the ushers wets fete: mother of the groom din.Ail :
parents, by Rev. Ooddard of Mrs. J. T. Taylor sisters\ of i 17, at New Hope Church near the home of the brides parents, a short weikllnir trip to Judy Klllnfrton as nttnmlnntsMr. Lrwli and Bill Lnn>|)kli>. ohost* a blue broca'0:! shift friends and rehLUv..Iir'iIIvtt..t. 'a-. '
Waldo before an arch of whit! the bride. Brooker.' The bu ln m rotating. with Jlmtnto Ritch, brother of Miami.. Th. bride chose for '. and Mrs. Rimm-ll are Miss Sandra. Htrk-kland. ala. with! matching coat. She .
mums, carnation glads, green' After a wedding trip to will start at 11 a.m., followedby the 'brId., officiating. traveling. a yellow cotton dress. residing, in Jacksonville. Mrs. ter of the. bilrlr, attended as lined satin-blue accessories.' ...
MI-j a basket' lunch at. noon. The altar In the with l iece trim and. white *..- to II. V. .
errand: blue candle ant and Key West, the / Improvised Kimsell Is urn-rotary mold of honor, and( the A reception was hekl In the ThiSV
The bride, given In marriageby couple will be at home In All descendants of Bryant. garden was flanked by pede- ceasorlm< complemented witha Knljht; attorney and Mr. Hun- brtilfsmnlds, were Miss! OlnnerPrlham Plymouth Garden. Miss Mllo TftlC KIOIIT POINT for
her fatheraa attired In ""tfo.! Levy. Madison. Ancl. Ange- tal basket of white gladioli yellow and 'suite onrnatUncorsng call. is an HIM operator| for And'rA.\ Jnnvl CUrk. ( .
a Out of town guest were' tine, RmmaJin. and Front Jandlto kept the truest book. way *o wrllo. ('....1.. It.. terra
mums, and pom punts and KIKHI Fair' I lndiitrl fur the sttendf-ftts I J
short formal of Italian lace: Mrs. Stanley Plerte of California The nil wore floor Pollowlnw a wedding trtp to
Shaw, and anyone connected flanked toy palnui and ""evnpranchod Th bride. graduated. from stale of FiorkLi.Beta Il'lttCth with .elect favorite "
with lore sleeves. Her fingertip ; Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie with the Shaw family and candelabra holding Bradfonl.. MUrh School In 1M3 gowns empire Sitnlbal Inland Ute couple Is year MN'1'tMaIlt
veil fell from of .I"tA. The total wen. turniif >
a crown Brannan of Palatka. and Mr. I residing at Oatewny Apart
friend! are invited to attend. white and attended ('enlre 1 a Hulratyllng OIUtPH. I,,;
nylon and seed pearla. She Pierce of Tallahasnee; Mr and Sigma Phi qllol" velvet' I end Urn hot- menta,207. : Chandler 8t? Cape :
Collage In (Oanwlll! ,
carried sv prayer book topped Mrs. Kenny Oeer' of Wild- I Mrm. Gall Vincent provided. She Is employed at LynW' teme were ifm. \ and rrriw. Canaveral. The groom Is employed ..
with an orchid corsage. wood; Mr. and Mr. J. T. Taylor Starke Elementary nuptial piano selections and Hairstylist' In OMlnesvlll. Oanvna Theta Chapter, nf Their head plrcm were tarn by Oenrral Electric! at
,The bride's only attendant and Mr. and Mrs. R. BTerrell PTA Sets Carnival aororpanlod Mrs.. Lynda Flsld Beta Sigma. I'hl will tnert satin turquoUw' double bows Cape i Kennedy as .a computer. -
.was her sister. Brenda Oreen Oreen of Brewton. Ala. .olo4 t, who sang( "I I ve you The room graduated. from Momlny' Oct 11. nt N pjnmt. with vrlls. They carried hoar. pro rammer. riastla' NoUhook. 14.50 at'the
Jones. Attending: the groom Truly" and "Whtthr Thou UtmlMT City IUKh School" / In the home of Mrs. C. W. ttktd qiiets" of yellow roses. rah
was hU brother Jlmmie Plans for the etarke Elementary : Ooert.1* Georgia' and Is a surveyor for on. K. fioiithgn'te' 111'1 ve, Mrs. IJitdn. pHliam. served as I TKLKttltAIMI.: : '**
I Story ,Hour School Halloween David' B. Smith Inc. In tln/hos-,, will I'lu.llo Nolebonk. J.SO; at the. ...e
Pierce, as best man. OIv.n In marriage by her Jrrry flay serve as focoho flower tlrl. I
Carnival to be held Friday.Oct. vlll. TUKCiHAPII.;
Thd mother of the bride I The Chll wore a ro e1aee d.with bridal rhl"'nl r nttcxl'bodlc .
WIN b held the gown
st Btarke- were made at the PTA meetIng -- ----'-- ----:-
matching accessories. The Bradford County Public library with scalloped neckline<< '

bridegroom's blue rayon-allk.mother drms chose with a :, 3:30: p.m.on Tuesday with Mrs.Oct. Phillip 12 at the school held, Walton Tuesday cat etorium.Rev Orady evening.gave the In I and ed M dcoratd d '-1'1.'> with ant mhroli1cr-sequlnji. '' LAST 3 DAYS FOR THE SEASON'S BIGGEST BARGAINS! :

black accessoriesA I Cktrk as storyteller' All .child devotional and committee The long sleeves) tapered to
reception was held immediately ren. aee *- chalimen announced plans for
floor length skirt had a rtispol .
alter the attend. .
ceremony I the coming year. tram. Her veil of silk Illnnlun ..
Thejgble'wasoveyisld with I ,
a a I i(
wblU ....' tableubth.wtth! -a I Plague ... -k ':Z.I. at the T L. Casey. spoke fcrMfly'.* on I'.U from. a crown: of ambroid- !:
the school system. /p.
blue llnln*. The wedding cake TELEOKPH. .j ew1 pearls and jwquliln.An ,
rmrr1...d l a bouquet of whit
._ ----'-? ....... .._ .
__ --"-'- == =-n- =' = =" ".__- _=_ Gala tar.I_ _. N.... -hi h ss n 1-
,L era.

Miss' Lynda Field" of (lames, 1"

vlll* served as matron of honor
Q. WHAT'S S NEW? ,I In a floor length 1 gown ttJ
I baby pink lace// and peso, d*.
: sole< bodlc Her pink nn,eo
length' v4! of UlusKrt" fell from'
A. FIRST FEDERAL'SOCTOBER a crown of pearls. She
I carted a bouquet of pink car."
-MtkMM with satin str* 1
i Patay Cotoman .rv..t ,
OF as brldem-tatd In a floor length
gown of Canary yellow Im. *
Identical. to that of the honorattendant. YIIRANT COLORS! iXCITINO. OISIONSI. '
tier veil 1 of lluilon.. M

FREE' fell from a emwn of semi Decorator Rugs'
.pearls and she carried a bouquet
of yellow carnation with

yt- satin streamer WOMEN'S BROCADED 3.S9IACH r
Serving' as flower girls< wer 2 For 7
WIIII.K" : TIIKV: LAST nlecMi of the brldM.. Monde
ftltrh of K.y.'on. Illghts, House Shoes

If You Open or Add to a Savings -- and Becky Wall of Lake City Irllspats./{ .,.. ..mbU. III Lea. .,... ....- seal .,.
Account They......,.* Imby blue lace asibl. ksl. k 14 fcy. 40 I.. .*.I( .. elll.! .. *.. *_
: d gowns< fsmhtoned. .Mntlml. to ,99 VALUE Mahin..rhai..
With 9 .,
In* honor ttendant's. and wore l
,,1. For $100 $199-A Billfold c 1'1a..1I mlhlng veils of Wu Illusion rag

Inseda 4nppwwtth) n blue satin ICMM.TKy Bsu ;fui
A carried |>t ntli..J biuik*ts Brocade Trim ; Fiberglass Drapes

2. For $200 or More--2 Billfolds { of rose pUUi. ?F f comro I Pst Wlrh served' a* best Sponge Sole REG. 5.99

A I men Mid Ralph Thomas ufJarkannvUI ,h I I I M by *....1.. 4884
and Cllenn ' J
A imi'SIIKD(' : tut the brVl, *''''vV-d J I :
or or AN OI.HFASHION as u.h..... yo \ I ; I SO b'y 43-ln. .. ..,. 1.49. . .4.46WW
B. LICIITKU: c Mrs, PUrh epos for her t ..". / ._....... w.IM gaggle wg.. -'- / -JtlRll.
111NIA7UIt,}: dugtitrs WHddlng a blue .t -.tfI"- ......... .. .....-
(;II.E1):f crepe drwith wliM ..-!-
MO ADVEKTISINC.; ON (,;It7SHUn.) HANI .ort... wtth wtrtrh she wore. a MEN'S


In Addition You Get The Current For Birthday Jean Party Whiffen 'r" LADIES SHOES w01 Ir.N'H.mlll.'J.: ;

i Slim Jim's '
SHIRTS 1"'f.\I.: ,.
Dividend AtSAVINGS ; Jn Whiffen. who war
rlTht okl IsM W"Jne' 00 ilKL'H; &
yeara OUR REG. 2.9 I'IJC'II.$2!) 00
day, celebrated UM oroulon : 11.79 Value $$1 .

AND LOAN with a Vr at &the. Whiffen 2 $5 'iJ':.Ic ,. ) HIM I, 1 In 1 11
home KlncsVy Lake
on FOR Slse :ft'/r' to I in
: Jan and her un frtrrxUplar A' R'ISIFN'4tjII ;

941taz ASSOCIATION OF STARKE I *<1 gam during. and enjoyed the: party refreioufvpnu < 1 i UOMK.N'SCIKI.SSHIRTS) ::. ; I.9'J Value $$1 p3

: hours ,.,,t,. Slzea 10 In |lit
21H'" N. Temple' Phone 9 I-05OO) Assisting Mrs.. D W Whlf- ; ;u4 \a 4.. I

fen wm her st tr, MiM S SMALL TOYSA _
< ChI1 ta.JftJbeck| oJ --k- '
Ol'U: HKt: ; ".9
This Is The Month To Transfer Your Ac- ....nJ... and Mra Levi WhJ&I I Urxe .../< two + ; fhr"rd cloth .rll animal. and buhhinjc

count So That !It Will Earn A Full ? u and roU'If!. H.n.n: 66 head toy*.

Jimmy Brabham ; ," and cullon. Ht.II<.Nor I

I 1 Quarterly Return. : Has Birthday PartyJimmy print; l IonIC or C
w roll-up ..lrr.... 88
t ievlrBoys'
Brabham erlehrsted. .
Follow Your Local High School Team his eighth Wrthdsr Saturday

Friday October 8, 1965 afUmoon. end Mrs.wtyrti J.hW R n?parrnU.Her. .,.,.,". Sweat Shirts Tots' Training PantsREG. Tots' Knit SleepersOUR

Slarke( --Orange Park al Orange Park gave welneif. roast for him I

Keystone. Height* Trenton at Keystone( Height .n1 vht !bnr* |In their yard. UNUSUAL VALUE! REG. 1.49

Lake Kutler- -Santa f> at Santa Fe on RjJford road. C>*v xt. >...... Seft..... (g.... A.aayb $1 ., ,.- :!. .. For $1 war, __ Iwl 01..._ rid", puss., ,........$1

I Thf boss enloyxl h tbaf/, 1a1 .../.e .ad b. $.a5. S..s $, M. U I kj. Mil," Mrs ?,,,, KIKN Mir 4. ..,. ..I. ,f.... s.... I N',4.TIRTRSDAY. .
the wearer roast and WrUvd ........ e *. ..
__- -.=- ___:- --',-::-=-: _=_ ::.::::.:... _-;:. .. ::::-_' -:- ;!:i'---f' cake during the party' hones r _


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OCT. 7. 1110S
_...0_ JUiAtn"Onn" r'fII'N'r'rF.l.I, . mc".n. HTAHKF., FLOKIPA. TIH'UKItAV.
T4UE rtHTI* ... .. ., .

should\ test! are''I of their nearest Society Office 'I' 2909 Bay-TonBay Blvd., Tampa -
who have a
Two Enlisted Simmons Uterine Cancer Florida Division ''J: Florida 336Q9.
I ACTIVITIES Bobby : tests made without too much or write: I
In U. S. NavyJames Pa.ipphlet] .discomfort?, should apparently'!'I American Cancer Society, ,I
Hurt In Fall i healthy women have a test?. ],
Is AvailableWhat 1
'?",, 1- s ZI A. (,Jim) Lewis, Jr.? is It inexpensive and where
irrtl son of Mr. and Mrs James1, Botoby :s.mmons: 19. son of 1 i should can It best be made These anl: I
Lewis of Starke, and Thomas every woman I
Mr and 'l'-u's.' Slavs! Simmons of other questions are answeredin MOTORS
know about detection
With iMcManus, son of '''Mr. and Mrs early; TELWiLLEGAR
C T. McManus. also of Starke of Miami formerly:: of Starke I uterine cancer, the form of concise simple terms.
Saturday The American Cancer Society -
G arolyh was injured in a which will develop as
enlisted in ''the U.S. Navy on Miaml cancer advises that the death H'_ .
Sept. 28 for a period of four afternoon new cases among an estimated:! '
,1. Eov5 each. Bobby' fell from a twa-story: 1,700 Florida women during rate from uterine cancer can
: years building und was, treated dramatically reduced If all YOUNGSTERS
Both young men are undergoing the next 12 months Is explained ATTENTION
Miami hospital women follow: the advice given : -
at a North In free <
f Six couples participated in seven weeks of rigorous a special pam-
the tournament Sunday a training at) the U.S. Navy Recruit for a concussion and' broken phlet now being; made avail- In the pamphlet "Cell Ex- 8 Thru 13
f N < Scotch Foursome with scores Training Depot In Great. houldsr. ..He was' listed in able by the Florida Division of aminatjon, for Early Detection
+ figured by the Callaway system Lakes, III.Lewis atlsf4* tory con-lltlon! at the the American Cancer Society: of Uterine Cancer." It carries
A rather unusual thing enlisted under the U. hospital WednesdayBobby's The pamphlet points out authentic information and Is Punt Pass and Kick Contest
(happened during the drawing S. Navy's High School Graduate fath-i Steve Sim that although cancer of the approved by the Florida Cancel ,
sera of names Bach husband drew \ Training Program which mona Li' the former owner of uterus, or womb. Is the second I Council, Florida. Medical
) 7 the wife of his partner's hus guarantees training in one of Koch's Diva Stet Mr andMrs. leading cause of cancer deaths Association and the Florida
,1 State Board of Health It is SATURDAY OCTOBER 9
-4 band. Now figure that one more than 60 highly technical Simmons wre residents among women it does not
out! skills. of Starke for snrn- 20 years, have to be. Uterine cancer if available without cost at all ,
Winners of the day included Althouh McMamis was guaranteed during which time Bobby: at- caimht: early enough, througha American Cancer Society offices 9:00: A.M.
Comer Perryman and Bernice no O school, hilt qualifyIng tended, Bradford\ County High Uterine Cancer Cell Test or in keY cities throughout
Eppa Low Gross; George Miller score Indicated a good School, bpfor" moving to( Miami Pap Test can. be cured if Florida listed In. the white BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL
-L I and Gertie McRae, Low chance of asttlgnment to a'' where Mr Simmons now prompt and proper treatmentis sections: of telephone directories. -
Net! Lou Struth and Mary technical school. operates) a drug store and (Ifl vcn. STADIUM
I Humphries, putU; Bernice Upon completion of Boot. Bobby Is a student at Dude The text of the pamphlet Women's clubs or organiza-
1 Epps closest to pin on number : Camp and school -both will be County Jr. Collwe.PUntlc further answers questions" tions -wishing: to conduct a
two and Bob McKao, closest i assigned to ono of many shipsof which most women are con special uterine cancer program CO-SPONSORED; I1Y
This gr.iup of 4-II'em was organized Into a new club' recently I
. to pin number four, and' the Fleet or shore stations cerned about, such as: whatis at one of their meetings with
at the home of Mr. and Mm. J. M. Eihviml Jr. number two. 1 1I throughout the /world. Notebook $2.50 at the' a uterine cancer cell test?,i I free film showings, should STARKE JAYCEES
Those ladles TEU contact the Executive Director
Interested In : I !
the Golf-A-Round should contact .
b't rt' ..; I Gertie McRae by the 11 th.1' ... -- -
s + Inverness Is the host club
I and the event .Is October 19.
Wish I could go. Anyway,
I hope there is a good group to Slade's I BimIIDmontll 4
go. Feel sure they will enjoy
I it aa always. 1
--carolyn E. Eaves,

1 ,
Punt, Pass,

: Of
I Kick ContestSet __


than 100 young Toot- I .
ball hopefuls will compete lu
.' .... I the...- Ford! -rVu.Wo---. annual, .N..-..; .,2

Home of the Brouuer 4-11 Cltio niriimer"' pictured. with I tlonal! Football League Punt,
I their adult lendera. Mm. T. VV. Murkny and Albert Sparks Pass and Kick Contest staitlux CYf4
at 9:30: a. m. Saturday: Oct.

Brooker 4-H poienta and leaders were pre- 9, at the BUS stadium.
sent and/:! will bcj in charge of Co-sponsored by Terwlllegar H
Pat Castlen, eon of Mrs. the activities.' Those present Motor Co. and the Starke: Jaycees -
Leroy Stokes, was elected were: Mrs. Paul Meng, Mrs the contest will ,be divided
president of the Brooker 4-H Barbara Hill, Mrs. Delores 1 Into six age groups, with
Club at a meeting held Mon Meng. and Mrs. Pearsall. four winners in each group. .
day night at in Brooker. Also electedto member, wUl assist the younger awarded to all winners, and,
serve this year are James members as a Junior leader they will\ have a chance to go I t
Mott, Vice President; Alice Plans arch| also being: madeto on to compete; In the district. 1 ,
Knight Secretary; Jimmy coordinate this group's activities contest in Jacksonville Win-;; :i
Temple, Treasurer; Carol Galn- with the total Bradford! nave there will go on ioUw I : ..'
ey Reporter; and David Bag- County 4-H Club program national In Washington, D. C I t {i .
gett, Recreation Leader,. All .boys between the t'lf' IJ.l! :,:: :;,.,
Albert Sparks uwl! Mm."' >T, New 4-H Club of 8 through 13 are eUglbliflbcontpete. "' WESTINGHOUSE rQ .mST
W. Markey .
of the Brooker club ant .
ers .
IMm-mm good! Was the echoed -
will work with,_the officers sound' around the Maurice\
and with 'iraqmbers prorrarpa
Kdwards :Jr. home on Tuonday NO FROSTPRICE

(. and meeting prodct), a supervision.The hamburger. and might nine, Sept.girls 28.und Eleven,nine .multi boys To Open For 1' LOWER 1 1g

fry was attended by 39 4-H enjoyed l celebratingNational Dove HuntersTwo I EVER
members and ten adults.' Assisting -
4-H Week with a hamburger
with ,the meeting were fry. All three of 4-H public dov:!' REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes, Mr. Sparks, Mrs. Markey, and and recreation were will be provided' for sP'W1',/ 'i i .50 2 .oOI))) II.T.IT'S Mrs. Bill Bigham.Hampton incorporated In the meeting. in the northeast region b.nrJ ) Packed With Features 1)6i.!) :
This group plan to meet Game and Fresh Water......., )
4-H 'regularly under the direction Commission during theltttt Plus Westinghouse Huilt-In Quality "' .T.
'of Betty and Maurice Edwards 66 hunting season accotctutH: This /s A Rcal Deal!

Sixteen eager boys and gills Jr and Big 'Boy and Jean to Regional Manager Both 1 ...
;."' .: .;t. J. '_..'" .:o .
desiring to be 4-H Club members -1 Prevatt serving as. adult lend"rs Brantley. "V,\-< : ; : : !
met 'Wednesday, after The ages of. those presentranged "Th purpose of the Con*
noon Sept. 29 at the Hampton from 9 years to 13:) ml lon's dove! field programIs "
School Auditorium. 'Their Interest years. to provide the hunter witha "'JY + WEADOW SOLO' ;

was moat. encouraging At ,the next meeting the convenient place to pursue
and the leaders !set a. planning r. group will elect officers and his sport, and to Insure nl 6''
meeting to prepare for the decide on a name for their 4-H least average' hunter success,' ( ?ICCC DINNER-T-$ ;;

year's course of action. Pour I club. I Brantley have been iiid.planted"The with fleljj u "1tee

combination of bi'own top mil :
let, sorghum or corn. -

The ,Norman, Sanchez Field YOURS AT NO EXTRA COSTS$\( -4 .
$5009 TRADEINon Is located three miles east of sep.rlxtw
Bradford off U. 6. 27. It will 11YnIrs
be open for hunting on Wed- i ...
NOW WITH THIS 1965 : :
old heater ju>s>days and Saturdays. The Hug
your Whitehouse Field Is located I porctlaiaL.P.
three miles west of White- .. --
-- .. REGARDLESS OF house the end of Halsenm w" '. -lifttinwamirs

Road, and will be open; on I WEaPPan! 'tI1'7} ;;-- "
MAKE OR CONDITION Tuesdays and Fridays. Directional I : Clock cptitiulat '
signs are located on U. ; lj .
I ; tiUa cut
i S. 90 and Halsema Road
V 1-T':: famf the Whitehouse Field t01'1 i ? GAS RANGE I \N
east'! of Branford on U. S. 27 I II J11v _
I for the Sanchez: Field. Our moat fabulous value" ever! You get eo, :' _
4 1 I A $2 dully permit In addition t..L1Y' firll' t rookinK nppluinc, plus n -
u w The U a compact heatr to a hunting license 1 lit strikingly beautiful set of M *dow (;told! t
SolarqJI required for all hunters under a Dinnrrwarp, both fur tlio price c< Uto rr0 0 '

beauty to .any room.WqUtliiqh CS years of age who hunt theo, range alone. y u +. .y
> finger-tip control* for Hrlds.> Permits will be sold at M '-o
the entrance ante of bothaiens .....
convenience. Sfvei uniform,comfortable '" 1 Better cooking.more gracious --__ "
healthful heat dining nhootln hourll.D.lws dining
MODEL right down to floor levol.SOL&RA fop FloiIda's threo
7110-1 phase dove season me Oct 2- 4fi Offer strictly limited..act tsdsyw
Nov 7' Nov :20-Dec! 5. line .ll
II 18-Jan 3. Bug limit ta 12 S..
doves per day. and shooting A ) GET BOTH I FOR
COMPACT CONSOLE STYLE hours are from noon untilsunset ,
\ 1 81: pier* li.v.r..R
each I y
day of open oaon. e M.-luwplCad
OIL HOME HEATER I makheil hold l ov.n-|>ri o fl( dinnrwar:PMT*MMMU. all intimuiliful g,95,
I A 2'J karal.<4.l riural<.lwvn>.Iauoaand S
I I pip fur thai no.rlI.... &lout 11
Lakeland] Man

SentencedFor I
.to Inch IlanRe; Same l'ri't'-.MixlH No. :.101.;


/ EQUIPMENT. -. Laiurhtun R. Collins, was arrested ,
Oct. 1 by State Trooper uL"-----"rr.' I.KM:. I! f'rnmTlLeSmalleslllrrlerTu'enlralllealin I >; SjMem*!
QUAKER'S Automatic 'Air-F..d tuppli j j ""V. K.: Sundberg, Jr.. throe '
;. the eiact amount of air to burner / I I I mll s north of Luwtry on U.S. AND EAT IT TOO!

at all tfm. assuring highest burning I 1 a 301 nest charged with speeding CONVERT TO SLADE GAS T1 IE HOME!
ffieieney lowest fuel cost. 1 -1 I and having no driver's lIeenoe.I .
I QUAKER'S Automatic Circulating Fan t 1 | \Vh..n.. subsequent check
I II I j turn itself off and on circulates I revealed that Collins' license i1R1uihntn:..
I /, more heated air than ordinary .'' I hud been suspended a warrantfor

I tieater. Grcidqtes htat throughout the yL ''that offense was insued.. THIS I IS THE"' VERY: t:
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,In'R5IPAY. OCT. 7,
WAD oft* norvrT rrtronArn.' : HTARRK.! nAMImA '.

[Tornadoes Eke Out 13-6 Win ( Tornadoes Will Meet New Foe Bill from Lovell'WlHlBtnV-. 531 Jewelry*erl".. High.with,

I aeries for WllUam waa 486.
Jackets In Orange Park Friday Night bowled Due by to Rudolph the Incomplete'Hutohell n.
Despite Fumbles I game 'between LaRue Insurance
And. Team 7. standingsare
BnKtnnl'a. Tornadoes will And Jimmy Sweat are the prl I not avad.tbl at this time.

Bushing for 311 yards tohe They held the skimpy lead i his own miacue. The little Elder went for three up the travel I to Orange Park Friday mary ball carrier for the 'O UIJRCIAL: LEAGUE .
Yellow Jackets' 18, Brad-I with a third night In their second Terwlll*. ar Motors Increaaerf -
fumble waa lost I' quarterback then cJrt'leden! I middle and Falcon sneaked atralKht Robert la said to be I 0-
Ipd High' Tornadoes clearly I I at the BUS 21 a. the third end for nine yarda and a first for four yards before his pass : road trip and the first meeting ,their best 'back: he has excellent its lead to three game in .w;
dyed the dominant role Int )I period ended, giving the Jack- down. to Douglas. : vr with the Raiders. I speed and la tough to the Commercial League by _
Auguatlne l la..t t Friday I Isht. eta a golden opportunity to But on the next piny hall.jck Morn Misfortune: 1 Edged by Hollas Met l Frldny bring down. Sweat' also baa I topping second plan Stark -
but plagued by myriad I I If score. Quarterback Don WoodsI \) Calvin Varnes went Jacket halfback Randy Beverly 13-7 the young Orange Park gcHMl speed. and. run well to Motor fart S to 1. Joe VaJln- =
f.. cratchad out only! a 13-6 I, made the most of hLa opening ,the middle for 10. and the up fumbled the kickoff return I eleven in< 0 and 3 thin season.I the outside ski narrowly miNed a, 6OO .... .r
Ictory. I shot a pass to tau end Charles. slippery pigskin squirted louse and Stark Douglas fell r I, But they marched 6 5 ynntsthrough Quarterback Coy Whitener rtes, hitting ::199' foe tn winner

1 Lolling the ball on fumbles Moore who sprinted across when he was hit and' bounced on It at the St. Augustine 16, -,--- the Boll.* defense. hint la fRat, a fair pastier, and I III *. Dunes Mahoney with a
ree timOB.. penalties, in-I the pool with It. right into the waiting handsof giving the Tornadoes a golden Typical. of.lent Friday night'" genus. against St. j i i weak for their lone TJ>. !: effective on the option. He 1 Mil led the loner. -
Turf Atllt1uoUn.'I'I'II. The Raiders" BUS smuts I will throw Oem Jewelry moved up to'a
I gible receivers, and twice Damp, Rail Slick a Jacket. defender. opportunity. Falcon ran It to report to end Todd Hutton
I I. slippery boll being fumbled shine Cahtn! |
Ling simply defsited by the IK'k ; A slick dew dampened turf This time St. Augustine I the 10 before misfortune befell i by are a strong t..nfrom.. and Larry Green. both 1 a tie for second place winning -
the Tornadoes battled' made ball handling huardou.for managed to grind out two him. Dado halfback. j tackle to tackl. and they,; reported to have good haml four from Draw-Tlte Co. Don- -=
riously but atayed In danger :! both squads, but the Tornadoes first down. their longest dj-ivt Jacket defenders threw him pursue well. But they have' and. to be (food bh.ker.t.nU"M" rile Bagwell with a 661 set ,_
suet: the entire contest j were at! the biggest of the night which due to losses back to the 24 on an attempted penalty 'on Stark*'* Douglas, a i vards and Joyner three Itttla depth and only u fair Edwin Matheann and led 1. led Oem. while Carl Hen- -
Jxaetly a,Coach'David Hume !, disadvantage. Being used to was only 13: yards. Moore 1M..*.. Undaunted, the plucky I r and St. Auusiin had a first n pepped up Jacket tkfertaa.l! pass defen""" John Center are quick and ley with a 402. led the !loner. .=
Faulkner' Sinclair Service .r
.irned at halftime they found a rubber ball they reached punted from the Starke 43 I signal caller parsed completeto down at the BHS 49. Moore Klder: got the Initial Right tackle Don Faulk. IPO I both are good blocker Center .
tied 6-6 the Oldest City to find that into the end then kicked out of bounds at of pound, Is the best lineman on downed Camp Standing S-l. V. .=
e ballgame up one rone. halfback Calvin Vnrnes at the drive then going up Do.yce Sewell 1* fast and _
|; first play of the fourth since no previous agreementhad SUN ripping out yardage as the .9 on fourth down. But the the Tornado 22. the middle for seven. yards. On the Raider squad., he A I Is co-raptain fast of the has a good snap. with Pence a wa 843 high eel for while Faulkner'Cliff -rOriffi.

rind when the Jackets': went been made with the Jackets long as thay could hold onto Tornadoes were charged with Joyner and Elder ripped off third down, the hard-driving and a team leader.aggressive HI* counterpart The Tornadoes. will>l take a paced Blandin with ::
1 the way onr a big 30-yard they would not be allowedto having an Ineligible receiver I halfback went the puddle
the ball, the Tornadoes took four first downs with runs of up at left tackle healthy squad to Orange Park 495.
J:) pave. trot use half.the rubber pigskin the the pigskin on their 20 and In downfleJd and lost the down 7. S. 12. 12. 5 and 13 yardsto for 22 yards, longest run of Rood.* la also biff and tough Ray to this week. Fullback Mickey Stark Jaycee. led by James -
Stung into action with a eight plays Dwight Elder and 13:) yards bock to the St. the Jacket 18 then before t the. night. beat. Agner, held out of the St. Au- Wllllanii with a !SOT aerie.
I.licence at kit. the Torn- The find two periods result. Joyner and Falcon carried to I Augustine' 59.Quarterback\ I disaster once more set In. I With a first down at the I gimtln. game with a bruised, took four from TeAm 9. Johnny -
[n fought back like the welled ed In tour fumbles, three of the Jacket 22. Elder who carried Don Woo I machine they are touted which were picked up by a 23 times for 151 yards, l promptly lost control of the I were assessed. against the 1 i Elder 8, Jovner 1. and Elder Other than a few for the lo*<*ra with a 4TO aoL -
be. In 11 plays they had pouncing Jacket defense. Threeof was goinging great guns up th* : pigskin however Tornadoe for clipping.ties *n 7 more to the two yard linn.I nero carried one for 10 yard.*. bruise. the Tornadoes got out Clay Kkmtrta downed Independent '::%
bcir *even point margin with the tniffcues occurred in the j middle when he fumbled kill and Tnrnadnee grabbed Ineligible receiver and unnecessary I Falcon leaped minnte.f the Afner has brulsmt hip but gam* In Telephone Co. 3 to 1.
Liarterback Donald Falcon flrst period. : the third drive. It for another scoring; opportunity. roughness, and th"j, acor*) with six left lathe 1 tll expected to play In Orange gland.AxtMtT Y a LeatonMoraan Walt Eklmondnon hail a B77 aet ....
[aping the final two yards. Falcon lout. the ball. on the!I Losing five yards" In three : Taking over again Jackets ended up with a first l fourth. period. Th. littlequarterback Perk tomorrow night. He drowned junior guard and Unebncker to lead the winners. while Br-:
'en scoring the PAT with a second play from scrimmage! down. the Jacket. punted with only 1:30::\ left In the first down at their 43. They Were mad a brilliant t for the at.\! Augustine broke' his wrist In nl. Pats topped ITC with a :::.
I UUant end half. Falcon drove the unable to move hqwever. | run around left end for the but practice: lat weak mussel' the 1103.
run after a ml but the Tornadoes recovered. 'back to their own 45, but thla Tornadoes game wee not IIlIlI It i foiled his kick. Then ,: to the five line before PAT After the snap was mlad. St. Augustine game" and League atandlng: Terwlllv-
snap on third down, bad luck i I time the Tornadoes were not yard > Joyner and Elder were on Mtatlstlr! may / ::
J Sparked .Into playing deter- tttill plagued the Reds, when| to be denied. time ran out. the. move then getting gains | ** Bradford/' Aug. be out three week Other than gar, 16.4; fttaike Motor Part, ry

,med football after the> TD Falcon's!: perfect, paM bounced .n a.-_.. ..._.._.. .. .... His Brut pass. Intended for of 4, 8, and A, yard a before I I After that. H WAit all the First down. in :3 that,, the Tornado... are expected 1.1-7: ; Oem Jewelry 13-7;
lime with six minute left 'I Tornadoes', the Jackets t to field their regular Camp Blending, ll-O; Clay
in into me air err the unouilar It took but even play fur either Varnev oe: Douglas" was Joyner and Falcon flubbed a' game rushing IT :a I
h e game, the Reds allowed of ace receiver Eddie Douglas Joyner, Falcon and Elder to Intercepted out of bound His I )handoff< at the Starke 34 and,, getting but one mora chanceat pawing 0 0 starting| line-up Frlrtay. niertrte, 11-0.; Faulkner'. .-!!;
t\t\ Jackets' only four more ofIrnxlve and was picked off ''bV' an r alert, get to the 15, where Falcoii second "to Ree "was incomplete lit. Aufrustln recovered In the pUnkln, and netting penalties 1 1 Starke Joyce. 9-11; Independent
The final and big break for nothing In the face of a ton- ,.&.I..pmII..11:I i
playa. gun lucky Jacket defender.But then flipped his IS: yd TOael'la1 but Interference ws cAl- them. "I Yd, fined JT5 2rushing : BOWLINGNEWS
b.ded 7 Tornado hard Bira defensive\ !Hn*. That Draw-Tile, 8-13; Team 9, 2.18.
: a yard march the Jackets got exactly I to Douglas. It wa the led on the Jacket and the Wools lost three yard, ) 311 lapawing
e it had tlf11 an almost nothing. their first seriesof only completed that Tornadoes had a first at the BHS forewa.ll has had nobody 1.1 30
on pass was to the mark 30 when mhldleguard :
BH8 dent It for a touchdown thisReason. CAKII ;
| rtain touchdown at the 30
yard line. Falcon w..tedanoth.r Yd
the ball game and Ctiarlea not nullified by a penalty. Butch penalce) TS: 9 '
Redding, IIXKU IN)11DI.EMKeystone :'
ilf with the only two TD's
Tornadoes at Moore punt rolled dead at the aerial before he circled Pagan. Compl't. 1-A I I.t|
Joyner started the drive by armtahed Into. him. But h* connected : scored cannot adequatelyexprea a
against the Tornadoes .
l'ie Jacket five
on second OHS took three
down. right end to the 24 and Passes Int.
Tornado 30. Moore sot plentyof getting four yard and Elderadded en second down han been on by O | our deep appreciallonfor -! t
passes.Fwicon from Team 1 the
then left end for 14 to theo f'umbl..lost point In
The Tornadoes
got th.lrrst practice punting the ball 3 2
five more to the Jacket to Moor for the Jacket the many kind and ympa"-
| touchdown midway the Friday averaging 33 yard. in yard ,line. '. gained 78 yards In Punta none 8-35: Thumtay Night Mixed Double
36 by imply running through TD. Stark. Kliler went forth ., with thetlu! act" hAt cam to un at
l.end period after losing the six kicks but the Tornadoes one defender *t the line of rader:! bulled his way to the ball and It looked an 15 oarrlM aira4nt St. Augus- Score by quarters: *443 Pat Bradley. winners.I bowlinga I the time of our recent bereavement -
111 on their first thri... .. had to and tine for a IS yard average. Bradford O A 0 7 verlea for the)
flv .
a punt only once scrimmage. Falcon circled left but the clock ran- out. though<< h* had a sure Intercept 13at. Our apeclal' thanks to
A high SOU/ .
Joyner had rls of w.s rol- ..
94 .
In 19
Jr on an Interception' and that was caNed back on a yarda AUJT. 01)06 f a
end then for 10 behinda Half ion. Moor hauled K Ho-
yards Second trie for 11. by J, Allan for the 101111I1'8. Rev.' Brabham and Rav. -
| an Identical five Touchdown
vo fumbles. Falcon led I hip penalty against 8tarke.Fulltack 'beautiful' block by Elder for Th Jacket. received the In. Moore's PAT try wa. no yard : :Mary Beam and children.
,.- flrst good and the 6-6 pas
Randy Joyner. who a at the 29. Joyner got second; half kickoff but score wan "
Ind cNmaxedi the drive with r I with the nrnt. Rlark rusher with tat yardsIn from Falcon, 18 yanlw KP n gained V4 :yards against the even more by spinning off were held to nine yard In only phy of the DANK HOLIDAY
I) 23 attempts for a ..8 yard at led by Betty with 52.1:
Fiiloon. 2 Bprow
yard touohdown pass to fourth period yd. nneak e
Jackets carried to the' 34where Jacked linebacker Kenny Ten three downs. Moore kicked gone.
l-vl Bddl _. average. Calvin Varne.. filling KP. run FaJnon.8t.Augutln and Walt Bdmonaon: with S3M:
Dougl Falcon' I!I State Bank
Falcon: again fumbled ney for two more before he front his own :Bit but official mrlclnff back In the face nf in the Th Community
rtra point try''' was wide. on second down and recovered 1 was brought down. ruled a rough)ng-the-punter the threat,, Rider!: Mickey Ag. Wood. 30 yd, PIP. cur took three point I buolnea Tuecday! Oct. 1 12. a "

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I Gillet lions in Fort Sill, Okla. He left folk Va. Ills wife Is the former -
Snake NamedVPresident Out Of Prison Back In
II recently: for Camp Boss In I IKyomlpo. !I Olenda Un.'erhlll of Starke. -- Jail

-", :! I OfHydrocal'bons I Korea.- I I Airman 3rd; class Mike Dar

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Tommy ; / A. Darby of Starke, recently I
Mr anil Mrs | :: graduated at Am wus bltt- I Will H. Gillett has been AFB, Texas from, the training A negro man was arrested. he hot.* been employed. Intendent! DaWltt SlncUlr

late Sunday I : ] naintd a vice pu-eaUUivt! of ; I course for U. S. Air Force Jet Saturday only hours after being While confined at Rail ord. Thursday mot-nlng.

Dcvrlck dock .; Florida" Hydrocarbons company CE .a4 aircraft mechanics. He spent a released from: the state Rice was one of several prisoners Rice was convicted! on Sel>t.

The snake : I : = the gas products subsidiary ? brief lea,e at his home here penitentiary at Ralford and who helped save the 23.. 1959 on another charge of
: : of Florida Gas Company before leaving for his new assignment charged with bieaklng anj en. lives of some prison guards: breaking and entering in
:! Olllett was previously general I at Cannon AFB teilng in the Friday night during a prisoner! riot. 'He Tavares. Lake County Florida.
manager of Florida Hy- New Mexico. Before enteringthe robbery of the City Fish and was Instrumental also in keep. He was released from
:! diocorbona whose.plant. Is located ir service Airman Darby attended Meat Market on East Brownlee Ing the trouble from spreadIng Ralford in April. 1963 when he

: : : northwest o'JBrcoker) III St Johns River Junior St. to another wing: of !the came to Stark and secured
: Bradford County. He wlss aJI- College In Palatka.; Jesse J.unes Rice 32. wa.1 prLiun:' said Rattord SuperF. employment' at Gateway.
arrested by city police officersIn
: :* : sumj new and expanded duties
:! in the development and evaluation I Aviation Structural Mechanic Reno Saturday. Bond was.
: of special ventures and cStaff 1st Class George L. Huntley set at $1,500 by Judge:! T. A.

diversification activities for USN. Is serving with Pa- Yawn. As of Thursday mornIng .

Florida Gas Company. I ti-cl Squadron 30 at the Naval Rice was still confined In TELWILLEGAR MOTORS

Charley :! Olllett will be transferred to Air Station, Tatuxent River the city Jail. I
the company's main office In Maryland With, the advent of City Fish Market manager.: I

E. i Winter Park. but will continue the Navy's newest Anti-Sub- Billy Hardenbrook said thata
\ hIs present responsibilities for marine Warfare weapons system 22 automatic pl.>tol. same'

Johnsabout ,I : operations at the Hydrocarbons Squadion 30 was given beer salami, careiy, cigars a ATTENTION YOUNGSTERS
plant. the mission of Providing the knife, a knife sharpener anda
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: Prior to joining Florida Oas (Jimmy I patrol squadron of the Atlantic cigarette lighter were takenin 8 Thru 13
Sit. James
this I :) in 1958. Olllett served as a of Fleet with a continuous the burglary Friday night.
] Young, formerly
: senior chemical engineer witha pipeline flow of operationally He estimate the total valueof
"The $ ,!'! I major ell company. He has. Starke.participate has!in been Operation select3d Fast to trained pilots crewmen and the merchandise taken to Punt Pass and Kick Contest

warded in also served as chief engineerfor StrategicAir maintenance personnel. Huntley be around $50.
jury makes an organization: that op- Charge the annual IS! married to the former Rice waa released!! Friday

ce that boating: I eiated gasollr.e plants. LPG Command (SAC) bombing a Freddie S. Barnes of Staike. from Ralford after serving two SATURDAY OCTOBER
and navigation competition:: 9
: distribution facilities, And years and three months: of an
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Fall child AFB, Washington
I : i compressor stations in the Machinist's Mate Fireman Indeterminate six months to
portant to : I : Southwest. Sgt. Young is a crew chief Sherman A. Newman USN, three years sentence given 9:00: A.M.

I all risk' ':! Olllett received a Bachelorof on a B-47 Stratojet crewi representing -' ran of" Mr. and Mrs. Sherman him by Circuit Judge George

on the Science Degree In chemical Pease AFB. New D. Newman of Starke. 1 Ia erv- L. Patten for the robbery of BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL
'\.I Would abouit Hampshire. His crew1' will fly aboard Gateway Chevrolet Co.. [now
\ : ': ; engineering from Texas Technological ing the attack aircraft
1 College. He is a registered two missions. during this worH!:! carrier USS Midway which Walt Hulick Chevrolet! where STADIUM
series of bomblnf designed to
insurance professional engineer recently completed 41 days In
test the of SAC
9 family from a member of the American Institute accuracy the South China. Sea. conductIng -
bomber crews. combat air the Midway h.. steamed over CO-SI'ONSORED BY
of Chemical Engineer operation a-
Lf Johns Sgt. Young Is a graduate of 56.00O miles, operating with
and the Florida Engineering! gainst Installation: in North
; :! Society. Bradford County High School Viet Nam. Since leaving; from units of the 7th Fleet in the STARKE JAYCEES
Charley and the son of Mrs. Lynn Per- Alameda Calif. last March, WMtern Pacific. '"
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New and Used FOR RENT-Klnsskry Lakebedroom 3 Buy One Gallon '. furnished' eottace. Phone M43M1. ROLLER: SKATES REDUCED -

?ft SHIRLEY furnished tiome, connecting WILL BELL, coal suburban Get One Gallon tfcrut for Christmas Sale. Cash I!

PETER 8-Yr. financing availableUse garage, pl r and boat- home with no closing1' co t. and carry or Uy-a-way Fun'
to June 1 Low FREEPhone ROLLER SKATE hour at. !
RICHARD hou->e. Available Small monthly pnyments. Fairground open even.lnt .
\ Our Rental-Pur- Carl Johns phone 994-4201. .'I intercat. See us at oner. W H. 961-8201 dUcount. This ad and toe. Pun 1' 7:30: 10:30.: Call M49001 I
tfcbri'STOMMADK Saturdaymatinee
tfrh i
chase I'lan-I'ayments Nollmnn Spot.Palrtn'QWda. I 1023
| 041t-hg t
33.1: N. Temple
Oct 2. 9. 18. 23. 2
i Ull
Under $;)0 Per Month : DRAPERIESAio WEIGHT safely with !
\ I lOSE t S p. m 93B 4tfhg 1023
upholiitrrln Call Mr.I Drx-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 880 SINGER-electric sewing machine i I'til SEWiNG MACHINES HI

,J n.ward Tuckrr. phone, 4734371 lit MItA-.n) 0r11. fttt11n114 j in comote! cabinet like GE UPRIOHT FREEZER': We have to 195 DIAL-O-
r CIlOll,,0..U*Cl(1IA\\ NOW'Mobile $ Kryttone HrUhK.4trh. jI I new Seas forwards!! and reverse 18 cu. ft. Frost Free RrpotaeaMd. MATtC ZU ZaM. that have i
.- --- I << II It FOR RENT I All attachments for making 1944 model. Original never been used.' They were |Ila

two bedroom house. buttonhole &\ -uuIM and I price. 470. Uke new-only : ,....'.. never picked up.natom.Ts I t
Masonry '
Home Sites I CHRISTMAS BELLINO --- with Urge jalousie enclowd I fancy stitch declgm. Fully" 350. Bullincton APIIllanCt'S't.ft"h left area. We are |I
Can be Men ,
guaranteed. unable to locate tht'nYou i ican
be here. Prepare Excellent condition I 1
Bus upace.
i AVAILABLE I son will soon) porch Make eight monthlypayments I
now for large profit selling and conveniently to-1 I your area. II I have these machine for )
Back Full Lake Privileges beautiful Avon' Gifts. Writ ctited. A. J. Thomas Realtor of $4 91 or will dta- NEW WINTER SKATING the balance of 147 each. euhor '

Ann \ Homestead Exempt- Mrs. Ouldtt Sweat. P. O. Box Tel. 964-5701. _I eount fa rcaah. Write: Credit I HOURS. CloaM Monday andTuesti terms will) take older machine .
Manager 122 8. ClearwaterReaut. credit'
In trade. Call }
\ Financing !In". Uv ORK FlaW 107HOItSESHOElNG nIghts for private
of! FOR SALE Two 9 X 12 I II Ircr FTorkU. 4to parties. Fun Spot Roller Rink.I Manacer COLLECT' : Oalma.\
F. "JtAPPCOOLEY' 'Oriental hooked rugs. almost I Fairgrounds. Starte. Call "4- I! .vUl 378-4713. will deliver no <

Lake Geneva 1 Kingsley Lak. now associatedwith | hew; and odds and ends of' Practical. and Corrvrtlv. I tt4n1. ttL-h. 10 7 |,. bliaat1on 2<<"hIr 107 J!
Appliance I
Gay's Home used furniture Phone 9 43891 -
: Phone 8M-7511 Colem'\n.Frlgldalre. Itp I Oradual M ACRE RANCH !

t ': j i Trailer Sales Maytag ft Zenith. PHIL MeLEOD FEMILE HELP WANTED t A. TIMBER FIRM
happy. FOR RNT2: bedroom u.r- ( TpIrp".M2101" I health I I
I I Let "Happy" make you Age 21 to 94; food : Ko. 347-Ranrh style home of ;
!: On Rout 100. One Mil SEKf'.tnne 4trh \ IlelrM Mm GoldIe Martin
education 10th >rad*; vaca t tAir
I hardwood floor gas furnace
I SALE-Powr -
[ Open Sun. & Evening BARGAINS FOR I tion. ick: leave, and retirement!
On Big Santa conditioned. Fenced.
Tools. mounted with motors FOR SALE 1963. 2 bedroom.f FOR
Indian Beach ..- Uon. Lot I l brnents. Write or life Prrton- B rn,. Yours at only I23.MO.
! and attachment*. Type 10 x 50 mobile home. Excellent -|I Fe.
frontate. large f'nt'l Mana<<<<. Sunland Train' MOVE RIGHT IN!
and many condition. Wectmorvland 100 ft.

\\''' \ otherarticle writer. 2- Shotguns HHvht! James. puckett.lpvqt'n ltp. ( Trailer PArk 3to 10-14 I I,' house.Phone 944-S94I apirtment 2tchc and 107 etc.! I n lag ln> Center rtlVp ".P.. O 4Hrh Box Oil 1150.Ii I Ii No.road 349 2 bedroom- 3 acres frame on bunca.paved"

j FOR SALE 100 X 100 lot I i i BOY ow !j jphonographs. tow corner fully fumirtxdNV .
I STATION WAN"ITD-Mald to do general. : with hou *. 4 rooms and bath. tuna Tixfni; laW10n1T $7700
cooking. WriteP. FOR 8ALEHOUSf' and 3 I records. Call
o housework and 75 BTU Walltype heater and I $1700 down.
ft, O Box 584. Starke. n*. water heater. Piped for city acres' near City UmlU $2.200- I| Joe Walnwright. Klncalry I i ,
Q" L LEASE Itch. ..... I block from elementary' 00 Inquire 52O N. St. Clair St Lake. Phone &33-21 U. |tI TIIOCT REALTY
2tp lOt Ito 107JAPPUCATTON3 till N. Temple .
school. 2 blocks from BKS.
\ FOR. 8A1E.-19 4 Honda 50 I !9. seu]
& Orand St.
:: -, Business. Paid rood condition.:! David Sunder- Corner call after Brownlre 51 p. m. 964-0662. POR SALE Desirable residential are now be- ', Thea. IC..3.'t i.
Available land. 4734169. Keystone 4tp 10 33 lot located on E. Call Ingaccepted for aasiitant ,
H-l.hU. Itcha/ Street among exclusive homes. noanacvr. Apply In pt'nOn.1!
FOR RENT-Hotw* trailer Smiles
'r I Write for -
I ', ReaMnabte. particulars Ttvwri Pineniltehe. I
on Rlf art Road. r L.
FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur- FOR RENT-3 bedroom houee. : : 1338 Overtake Are I
Kit Phone 94-4325
Torode house. Fla. Power ALight attractively furnished: central I or phone 434-9779. Orlando. '
Phone, heating for year round tenants Via 5n 10 SI FOR SALErye room frame i 3to It 14
elec. $40 per mo. '
: on Klnvsley Lake. Call, cottage four blocks< from Post
.Phone 969.2011 "944-0433. mites! from Starts I WILL WASH iron and mend Offie Telephone 944-2M1 FOR '
) Sal.( : i Mrs. J. W. KlncaJd.: RENT: CnrumUhed 4
i to right of highway IdI 9691491.U,l in my home. Call 9 4-3524 P. O. Box 67t. Starte. I I2tclK mom houM. 330 N. Bay. Can
t I "V 1021. i iI
tfclvi 1014). ) 9 4-.174.p"hit Itch&

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w, Countyrl''e1e.a bSTAB1t.

p t %_ Tilt'RS D." nt T. 7. Ii t.iUlr ;
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i ment "CX'part from me, for I la 'evil In the hearts of men

Christ Is never knew you, because you and women, and the face of
' NEWS And NOTES I never knew me" To know Him I the Lord Is against 'the evil

K to accept hint as Saviour I ones', We have chosen to" live
.er>t.1 The Answer i mil Ljrtl and\ Lord denotes on Worldly Avenue' rather

i of For Today's HomemakersBy uliMiiilp To trul' know thei : than In holiness with;Ood.

In I By i .11 il J.-MUS Christ liS Saviourme IlInd truly Godly living la a
orlIrom More Opinion Expressed In Favor Martha Sue McCain Lard> means to let Him thin* of the past We have

] County Extension Rev" Charles! Harvey ii.Out. ii. lie :your life Fw the Son of I I I substituted 'modernlam' and

i he Jed asked the que"Uon.Vhy instead of pro-1 ra for revival
Of $300 Million '
red Bond IssueIt Home Economic! Agent Pastor First Rip list: ;hurt'hI.a all vime, 'lord: and Jo not we are administering Jorge

\\ tev. Flu. the minx I say?" Luke 6:411.I: I d\1IIo.'C of 'oriranlAitlon: and
There ate many vIoitoiM' promI I I 'lOcllulI', content. and drives
la encouraging to note that The increase in r --
an state taxes at some timein BEST MEAT BARGAINS? through a otev..
- tees to those who will Ilv3 | but to no ovnll. These tactic
elegraph is hot alone among news- the future for maintenance and I thought you would be Interrxted To each quart of p.-stm- The Blessed, Son of God had and I u>iiii >ll->: 01 \\lnu lUhu-om' live
for him We of substitution show deficiency
papers of the area in advocating approval needed construction during the 20year' In the following mOM puree add one-eUihih much to say concerning them- the Bible! states concerning I ivad In Ills Holy \\ra-d that of Spiritual food a coupled

) of the $300,000,000 road con- after the bond monies are spent. I Article which appeared in tei apoon crystalling: awroblc who tejevt Him In thlA Me. th,. ptH>plesho ,it'llto) HCctpt "Tineve'* of the Lord are- over with the lack of faith and
cultural( Au- acid or one and one-half teu- and In Matt. 23: :46. Jesus said the Lord Jeniu' Christ I
struction bond issue Aiii Marketing '
as being in the "The state presently finance all pri the righteous. sad ilk earn'' pod I Is not plett.ted. Every
I gust 19G3 spoons crystalline citric acid "And those ahull go away into man nays "I will live my own'
- best interest of Florida's smaller towns mary road costs: from the gasoline tax. I I I I me open unto their prayers' : )I great movement" << of God IrT the
The net wetxht declaration( to help prevent darkening and exerlasUiiH punishment.but : : life, as I we fit"cad I
and cities, as well as the entire state. However as the governor's repreien-t II but the face of the tired Is history of Christendom can be
I on labels for canned ham Include flavor toss I IPernlmmtons the rtahteoua' Into LJte has already spoken and "
iiKiiliuit llIVtcr '
The following editorial recently appeared tative pointed out at the Rotary Club the weight of the itelatln puree made Eternal" Thit. world nt 1,1, rite In I John 11:1\ : : we rest "tl.-\\ them. that do evil tl'It"l"lto, Kncellrm ChriJitlan

in the;, Perry? News-Herald and last week the gasoline" tax hall rt'ach-i hand I cooked-out Juice This I U from nathe varlrtlrs needs no Unit hash the Son hath llfel" i 41.l.: | ChrlNl. Jesus In whose name

1 Rives home further argument as to ed a saturation point at seven cents I due to the fact that these muar. Puree made from ui'il' Sen! and !novae8UOAR | and he Hint hnth not the Son If this verse was In adlierinue this copy ouuht I 18 written, Mid "Thatmen ,

why the bond issue should be approvedby per gallon and shouldn't be increased. Juices are developed while the vated varieties may be packed ): l'ACKtIoc: 1 cup I I of God I hath not life But ue! i i In the hearts of men and not to faint always Luke to 18:1 prny. Ye and,
I :
voters November 2. "' ham Ls belnn cooked In the with or without atiKarUNSWEETENED! suI'y" nod girls whopiofesM
on 8 Consequently
are we likely can expect a 1 Christ I III the only hope ot
and Into contain- \vlio will I to be Chrldtluni. our
I puck hove the final I
pleased to reprint this editorial to add state tax increase for road financing can.the and gelatin become Thee IncorporatedIn Juices are Pack unsweetened puit-e PACK into I era. Leave head SpliCe 88",11, I and has dtvliuiHi Unit He" any will': cluirche would not lie dm '' atoiy.; Christ Is the Answer" I

to what we 'hdfe Already said on the from source other than gasoline taxes mant u< a plant In winter, nut
actually computed t of cooked contalneis.! Leave head opute, and freeireaerirut say 'In Unit meat day, 1 ol 1 ludu- I I i,
subject: if the bond program passeThere j out meat protein and fat and to have, It all flume Instead of ilNhtroiiiiinM'. !titers, ,

"Of the five proposed amendmentsto would be no other way to continue to. trortstltute ._ part of the food '

the Florida Constitution on the bal- build roads at the present pace with- "' In the can Such product are

lot Nov. 2, only two of them will directly out extra income since nearly 40 percent I labeled a.'l "rooked ham with

affect'Taylor County. of the present revenues would be natural Julceft. TliU In con-

"The first, and mot! important, is spent to retire the bond touted with labels for meat ,

Gov. Bums' $300 million bond issue "The program would be an asset to load product packed In brine NOW 66 CHEVROLETS sI: 7
Miietjar. and sear Jelly. In
for four-laninir primary highways. Taylor County in that proposed new sash product, the parking

Since the Florida Constitution pro fourlaning "would" make U.S. Highway substance M not rewarded a*

hibits borrowing money an amendmentto 19 more attractive to tourists. U. S. belts of the food In the container "-

the constitution is necessary to authorize 19 would be four paned all the way to Thus the net weight

a bond issue. Tampa and U.S. 27alt would be four- statement on the label for

"Essentially; the amendment would laned from Chiefland to Ocala where it these product represents the

-- I authorize the sale of 20-year bonds in would junction with 175. I drained wetxht of the product
I(, excluding the parking aut>- _'!p i .... ..... '
"" -.w. r4
an amount not to exceed $300 million. "This should make U.S. 19 through Rtanre' r w.. vj r "" ,,

It[ provides that the state would pay Perry one of the quickest and most: I ThU U one reason why, canned Td

alf of the coats for right of way. convenient route to the west coast of hams are not always the .M

(The counties would pay the other Florida or to South Florida and increase best! meat baranlna IM '

half.! ) our traffic accordingly. (ONCKFTK: : MWft'p: ; : _
"sped. g"ed its*- repayment' of the" hands, The road bond i issue has met with' Maybe you are ready to. put '

for 20 years are one and a half cent considerable. controversy and away your grill and you do {

of ,the state's four-cent share of the in-fighting and we find some political, have evidence of your pant
gasoline tax.I good time In an unMahtlyrea
points about it. However, the good i
-y spot
amendment. al.*o>> stipulates that Caprk.Custom Coupe
appears to outweigh the bad. particularly [ Once .a Rreany Main has seton
the legislature, by a two-thirds vote
for our area and we commend a concrete or cement patio.
[\>f both h fne I <, can increase the amount I ond pfn-tffop qtiTet.J Turbo-J t .
it It'
to you for consideration."The t! hard to get rid of It-
- ipf the 'blind issue without going backyLo BY: CHEVROLETsmooth n that QO all the way up t to 425
affect.I and after 4 Ilihthearted- NEW
only other amendment interiors. The look
the people with another' referendum. nip of cookouts and barbecue now
'"' ing the county is the mobile home pro fl Custom Sedan end two luauof), hand-rubbed walnut trim. Elegance
p 1'11' proprtsal' I, like any progressn. I *. the stain removal chore
f trysts-Vail: I; tape idea has obvious ad- posal. This amendment legally defines i may come aa a bit of a anode, : rious now Custom Wagons now Liquid oV rywher.. Madoby you

[VantAx'eaand' disadvantages. mobile homed and other house trailers j An absorbent Fuller' j smooth ndo.\ Power you can order just ai: know' ,) abeatitdulvalue' It must ba.
as' "motor vehicle. ." unless they earth and l lime
ii are are good one
biggest advantage .U that it
FWould provld1 Florida with 1,200 permanently affixed to land, and makes art. aa a blotter and mv
them subject to a motor vehicle license! remove stains without further
?tnon? miles'hf!'! four lane highways. Ac- .
treatment. Sprinkle 1on.
tax instead of .
a personal property tax |
|.cordintf" tfi the governor, these! improved leave It alone for( awhile, then
highways are essential! to the state's This sounds. like a reasonable idea 'I'f'p It up

con tttttle'ti' growth that should solve a lot of the problems 'If that doem't work, have

I "Thms are opponents who say the of county tax assessors who have had down, the patio with clelrfl NEW CHEVROLET.

'program is nonessential' and politically'insphedr trouble keeping up with mobile homes water, ThU. "mettlnt down .
for tax purpose Some counties have sanrrates\ tlu concrete andpene
While& *it may get horns JETSMOOTHER'--
BUI 'klrxt of _r wl .
been flooded( with house trailers with a > .
I some votes It should be pointed out
prevent dirty water from
that the opposition i U centered largely the result that many of them never ...ltln. In Then scrub with a

Pyroun, areas* where people. either are got on the tax roll. The amendment tiff, broom dlwd" In thlf.t'' J

|rot satisfied with the roads selected: appears to be a proper way to straighten +detergent mid, Hone .

|f or four-laning or just' want to take out the confusion without a tax rtn,.... !

ague with the loss to the counties If the create spits auibborn 'P ,. >
governor a w r Wove again specialty tailored those cod
IT .
"'\Vhether or not the four lane high- "The other threw amendments are ( penilnt. try determent' : Sprlnkl.dlshwster on the +''I, ""e( / pringi at every wheel' to inch body style,

. r I\Y"\ are absolutely essential' will al- functional or local in scope. They include wet concrete. It It aland a L, _wI Wo'vo put In now softer' shock ebsorbors. No

i-ays be a rrtdtter: of opinion and whose a measure that would" authorisethe few' minute Then rinse witha Chevrolet hat ever hod a ride liko this,

statistics are considered' most. t reliable. legislature to increase the numberof kettle of boiling! water f'owcr begins with a thrifty' Six ol 155 hp

However, we all know that traffic on appellate districts. from three. to FTITT.RS: AHK: FOR FILTKWIWO and goes on from there Turbo-Jet V8's

|FI< rida highways) increases'every year four Each: I District Court of Appeal I but they wont do a available at 325 hp 390 hp and 425 hp In

, now has three judge, rand Into of raU-hln *r*.*rind
and likely"win, rfmtinue to increase so all the new Impales Del Airs end Biacaynos.AocW .

I 'inns as we dont fmnkrupt the federal "One other amendment would au- cleaned rrlme regularly unlraa, Pier they're.'* a / shown: liitpal-i/ : Supot Sport Coupo.NEW .

r""Aury. thorize the legislature to give 'lake
(i jiil'-k i easy' method Fill
"With this factor In mind. K I Is safe County another county judge, and the Toitr' kitchen alnk with ho

|to concludejthe" extra 1.2OO' miles of other provides that the clerk: nf the water' and A cin of pin.. lIfT:

I four lane highways is certainly deolre- circuit court in Palm I leach County -.leaner to rut the eras. I I"

able enough to borrow money to get. .shall also serve all clerk of the Palm the finer soak while then

[ them. The program appears to be Beach County Criminal Court of Record. rnib" tf nereuary. with a CHEVELLE
sturdy! "pon ., rlmUna with .
financially sound though it may cau eFarmer's > .
mote hot water Not only

niter rfo/ a better )obof
mower and cut a path to. It 1It.or.. .. keepln grime off the
Trouble wu then that nude walls and out oC the air xit 4
I they: are safer, loo betel -
the rent of the yard look: bad Man. production of broilers New SCO's.New 300 Dofuxe modolj. Now Matibus.And two
i filter*
ran be fire hazard
ao he got busy and went llck- and pits I* old atuff now but a new Super Sport 39ft' -Coupo and convortiblo-with on-
!Ho' rtrlk. a blow for both.
rtyplK .11 over th* pI_. theM latet Idea wYr. heard of
btnhee. nafetr and sanitation via the pines that toll you exactly)( what kind or' Chevelles they ore. dra e.j'f r
rtearrtn up trimming "calf parlor.for lh relshriof ra
kitchen alnk Both wl available with 39 -cu.-ln.{ Turbo-Jot va'i. either
l and pruntiwt like a busy little: dairy three for Teal,
t beaver eral auch enterprise* are under t .....UI."O'V"T"p" -'' 326>> hp or 36O hp. And both come with special hood. / -rr etasp

way In this area and PURXC: f IcultlratMf I and native ',dle.suspension emblems, red stripe tires, ,floor-mounted F I 'ate

With the ,..r-1l rVaned up. uncVntand U being built to I varieties" ) Select oraniircolored. hift Twelve beautiful' now Chovelfes in all-and; all 03. Cnawlti, 330 1
Super Cf
) on Coup
ww ran at leaat ae what wevgot '.. handle. 75 calve. at a time anft-rlp .persimmon new inside as they are ouuide. lioddUmpi' \llIlghU.. i
and art pome enrouraaje- <'!tri. .a"" peel and rut Into .J
'_tlolM Prewa the fruitpevrh
ment Nome of the thing. Ilk. The Idea U to take bit tork.

the palm tme. the ma. r Uaa,. lice Itolt.lm. put then on I-

doawond, | : < pyrarantrm" are full feed In parlor, and produce -
Diary dot,... fine But the ro.ea. for real I for what apparently : j yearwe rant rernem-
bra when peachea were no .za
i Instance', ]ink very dUrouraared /to a.ond market here now
fold, Juicy and flavorabl We
and don stem to care what Th *y-atPm Include* the UUMaatton J .
>s7 Baa -. :. y happen. BtUI. ronaidertng thenetlect. of manure a valuable' enjoyd. them eH>"ct lly aw r
hd no persimmon. plum
our plant and artrubn fertlllaer by-prodiirt .
After two week of lylna; look pretty good and coolwfather (or crape and only few
?around dotnc praetlcaUly noth- pears I of our own W. have
will give them a new One thlnt I U tore, the word J
tnr r. U t* touch to get back Into I amM pncna. but we have mare'
Jere an life parlor ....* ha come down I
Ute grind of eamln a.Irv- (aqulirel. and If It eomm to a
In the ....101. Time was when I
Inc, When: Sam went on vacation (race for<< them .. know the
The a on I* rack mar on It was a room In th. hou- re-
he tornea off hia tMr- |MtW> bUATty-taUtal raarala will
now and betTy-aettlna tkme U tfim for ent rtatnln* rur* J
Intlit'h. atretcrted: out In win
ht here and the pran are > but now It i. for plea no 1.m1| .
nev hammock In the yard rrtna. fins rpeakirx: of nut and caKra' Who know. -thoP i I Nova Super Spat Ctuf.9 Cara tpc COCI"
and N.t
thftIIIo.ed only enoucr -j A Hl,Ji Aprinp woman
we hear that the crop neat thing well have will be l,
to keep the buxaarda 1 her parakeet temporarily and
away veer H. Jot about averagewith b. t parlor and U the tool! -
'finally found Itrwo 12 hour
But the erne grove with a find i people get In on the 1It't..P' ,later ahlvertn In U>. deep ALL NEW" :' I
cram and weedwere DQUE
vteld and other with CHEVY IE 66 CORVAIR
arYhUh In the yard the. Prices for pecans a hmild priorone. plare .reaerr.d for ratnln; elephanU. J freew r.InTna'Uee bird A Dparentlr .

It mnrlr.w-a 4ft hard he. to ant rind out' Ov the 'ham good Mouth for we under 'when,I *tw'> WM rX ptwparln In" Uv fre dinner *- 1(110 different' v/e should realty!! call It the Chevy III. nOr art tweet11 Lull Am"j"' "', only' roir-engfne' car. And with the special \

-om- and there are no nut In ThU has hewn a won.rfutiI ,, I II and w.. nrX bested until way back on coupes fenders, Qtd',9, hood taiiii'jhu; and thumpers are cteerinj and suspension: \: I you can add there i'no better "

I Vhf nest day Wnn'.r ofwonders new on all seven models. Interior are fierier Power available' up to 4 way to rid yourself of pren aturely" gray driving. Lots new. '

I THE BRADFORD" COUNTY TELEGRAPH I j It wa ntlH abve, and 360-hp Turbo-Fir VS.You can even ordof headrests: fo< the 'frurf seats Corvalr; l.tu all the 69 Crtevrolels.. has a prfdded dash

I..nffert/wi only from fronted. I end Mjg-st/t' (.wheel covers. What's the economical dcpondaUo:. (Clva"-'J ."> ji r.'t;' .i front> and back new 'fu.'ry' synchronised 3-lpe d, J

I ESTABLISHED 1870 I j feet, !', U corrung/ "to? A lot ol' man 69 car tuytri. w<* "figure.ti ,1 .Crwt.) Mantas 60U'.. Got one. Stay young. ...-l

I B. t_ ..."" ..*. [anon MO PuatLioM Our nteht-bkmm er__ 1fkmered '
twice that. eauan. "but I Ion r THE NEW iaea CAPRICE cHrvwotrr cucvme s cwnrr cORVAin CORVETTE wow AT YOUR CHEVROLET' OiJILFR'tl \
r LOW IB*'. 01.0.. -
WKKLT Nsww.a.t. PuauMga Coo .arts bcnLKKm/we forgot Urt .>

VIMWOWW.V UMOC* VMS save M..arVM... out In the entrrveway '

t" and look at It If a. beautiful, 09 atu
-.r. EACH ,
[rrgvro A. SceoMe CLAN Mafr.a AT TMePoev ,
flower. and w ll-worth the
OrrlCl' AT BT..... n' .. U..o. ACT Or a.Df r.r.. trouble U> star un for but U I IMJw

V THE kr.ka. well fiat to cunrantrate : HULICK CHEVROLET INC.
I2MUX on r* /In !' ,
TtktJt .
$4.M .
MOMTHJ p.>> I tie Aatuv4 I Stark Phone 96.3901Bradford /
I II IU 34)1. I. Li..12001



,............ .......I the sugg'.tM!: proje.cli( inchtde thnt there will be an old ta ', 414a/r1..kL .
1965 Feed Grain Southern Discount
automotive 'beef, clothing, electricity toned peanut boiling at I'
Company growth' was attributed
HAMPTON dairy, foods, garden Kingsley Lake Church h-I' Payments Total Breaks Record to a planned programinaugurated. THE RIGHT POINT fer ties.
write. Com to sad
way yea
ing health, photography rabbits day at 5 p. m. 4' COUNTY 12 month -
Here ago
safety tractor care, water Junior Girls Social WITH $35,630 For Loan VolumeW. for- On select, year favorite BSTIUU
j i calling a "Pregretss
By' Mrs. D. E. Hill conservation and BROOK Fountain Yes TELJt-
Phone 460.1100AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI : many The Junior Girls S. S. Class Y '' Farmers In Bradford County' King: Grant ST., president Purpose" approach) to com GRAI'd.STARKE.
others. A worthwhile AGENT
of Lake Church met j YOUR '
I .have received program payment of the Southern Discount pany development.
project Mr. Taylor pointed Saturday at the Church to'' totaling" S35.6SO.97 Co., Atlanta based Consumer Mrs. :Marguerite Hall is.
out Is one a. member canwork
\' move into their new Sunday i ,earned i for participation the Finance Company, which operates manager of the Southern Discount
learn from and be
C'hrl..tluR ('hure'" HIMAlftlinK with ,
School room. Afterwards they 1965 feed grain diversion pro*I SO consumer finance Office located in Starke. -

",* Thru Friday proud of.More went to the home of Mrs MyrtIfarrla I KMUO. Clyde Cone, chairman offices in Georgia Florida, and
Revival at are needed he
services Hampton parents
who is their teacher Agricultural. Stabilization and, NorthCarolina, announced Farm Foresters.
Christian Church continue' said to work with the 4-H
and had a Social hour with Conservation County Committee this -week that the company
,through Friday evening tills members, both at the club Handle
games and lunch, was served has reported. The payments broke all records for loan 3,893 Cases
week, at 7:30 p. m. at the meetings and on projects at 1e"v c c. BUSINESSDIRECTORY
and enjoyed by all. earned included diversion volume during the past 12 Of Management
church here.Tonight home. Parents who attend the '
PERSONALSMrs. of $23,041.31 months.
I Thursday, Oct. 7)) meetings can better under-
B. T. Peavy and sons 'and price support payments ot Profits! were up 19.26 percent Florida's farm .foresters
the speaker will be Rev. Paul stand the club program and
left Saturday:! to visit their I $3,089.86 under the feed grain I and loan volum. 25.5 handled 3,893: landowner requests
Morgan of Lake City and help their children with the
mother and grandmother, Mrs. By program. cent during this period for forest xosouigemeat.
Kev. Leon Langston of West- project 113 well as learning 'I I-'In
side Christian Church in Gainesville themselves. S. M. Sims who is 111 In <>cilia.Ga. George T. The signup for the feed addition" Mr. Grant ad- assistance during the 1M4-8S AUTO REPAIRS .

will be the speaker Friday Anyone interested In joiningthe We hope that Mrs. Sims / Hugxina I grain diversion program was ded, "seven new finance offices fiscal year according ,to. a re _

evening. During the week'sevangelistic Hampton 4-H Club or ob- will have a speedy recovery held In the spring of this year. were opened, as well as port by the. Florida Forest 'Earl's Garage

services, different taining further Information. Mr and. Mrs. G. W. Brown\ ----- Sixty-four farms in the coun two furniture stores one in Service. The assistance covered -

speakers have been arrangedfor should contact:: Mrs. Paul Meng spent the weekend In Mandarin "If I'd known you were) the center of a field with ty participated In the feed, Dalton Ga. and another in I more than two million ALL KINDS OP

each evening. Rev. Jake phone 468-1058: ; or Mr. Tayloror as guests' of Mrs. Mar- coming I'd have baked a Oator" He planted In a circle grain program by diverting Covlnffton Oa. Additionalstores woodland acres with selective AUTO REPAIR WORKAll

Thomas of Lake City was :Miss McCain, P. O. Drawer garet Ann Peeler and family. cake." We have all heard the formation. When he ran out 1,600 acres of farmland nor ) will be opened in tb e I harvest of AS million.- board Work Guaranteed
ladles with mally devoted to the produc future, he said. feet of timber asd .43.0OO. cords Phone M9-2964
guest speaker Monday evening 1028 Starke.PKKMONALS. Mrs. Minnie Norton of Day- expression. Many of you or Oator he finished .
and. Rev. Charles Reese, tona Beach and Mrs. Trudy have. made the statement. Florida Black. Well, the story tion of corn to approved conservation ,At a recent meeting of company of pulpwood. So. Walnut. Stark

pastor of First Christian J, W. Home spent several Norton of Jacksonville: were Well Bradford County you ended with him telling me how uses. managers and executives In addition, the foresters, assisted AUTO SERVICE "

Church of Starke spoke Tuesday days over last weekend visiting Thursday overnight guests of never know what thel! day has the cows Just waOked over the Benefits. of the diversion and at Stone Mountain, Ga., Mr. 3,100 homeowners with i

evening. Special music 1 is in South Caroline with B. M. Norton and family to offer till you get out with outside planting In getting to price support programs, the Grant made three significant ornamental and shadetree.

also presented at ejch service. relatives. Mrs. Carl Peterson and two people. I can tell you about the center. He observed that Chairman pointed out are not announcements. First" plan, problems. Gilbert S. BrownStandard

Jiev Carl Clarke pastor ol I Mr. and Mrs Woodrow Hicksof children of Bonlfay are spending .- one place and one good lady the Gator ,had more foliage limited to the payments. farrrv are under way to add a mini Robert E. Read. Jr.. Brad- Oil' service Station

the. Hampton ChrUlion Churi-l': :: Orlando ,took Mrs. Mamie a lew weeks as guests of who doesn't need a day or twoireparing nearer the ground.. It also ers earned, which do result In mum of eaght more loan ofleei t- ford-Clay County farm forester ATLAS

\invited all Interested li> u: Mead home with them last Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and to bake a cake, cooka came; out faster after being a substantial improvement In. in the next year. Second,. reports that his officer TIRE! BATTERIES
I Income with a new fringe 'benefit' 124 during *
accompanyIng plan handled
lend, the leamialng 'I.ILII.IIK, week after she Buffered an family.Mr. steak, or boil a pot of peas. graced' down. This was his experienc requests TermsRoad Service
'benefits to the local econ company personnel Is undel.tudy this period, involving 40,700 Budget
this week. asthma attack at her home and Mrs. Ernest Harris Was out doing a little hog < with the two varle- Phone MA-7071
By participating in the ; and, third the company
I-II Club Organized: here. visited Mrs. Edna Jones and work last week with "Red" ties. Research also indicates omy. acres
farmers also improved is inaugurating a "debt The farm forestry' program jn If. TemptoHURST'S Star"
ll.Ti- IJistteilnrmlny'.. Twenty-eight Intermediatesand Mrs. Arnold Orlffls In Starke EmanueK We finished) about that Qatar, will produce more programs **
their own and the counsMUnf service to provide of the Florida Forest Service
Sixteen 'boys and fcliln' / were Young People of Hampton for will FlorIda
Sunday afternoon. 10 a. m. and were ready a forage per acre than .
State and national welfare by expert budgeting' and financial hut technical assistaace.
present to organize; a H.imp- Baptist Church attended a Little Stevle Peeler of Mandarin cup of coffee. Red asked his Black. It usually U a little ;
I bringing' about a betterance bILl. counseling to Individuals on: to woodland owners since
ton 4-H club VVcdno"sLy afternoon social at the church Saturday Is spending this week wife if she had any cake to go, slower in getting, started, but Service Station
2,1!'. between supply and demand matters of personal finance. 1941. From that date., more
last week. Sept.: Oct. 2. Games songs,
evening with his grandparents Mr. and along with a cup of coffee. catches up pretty fast. .
I Gas Oils Lubrication
refreshmentswere thereby helping "We want to help people avoid!I than one and a harf billion
school eufBieiiuin.The devotional and
in the !Mrs.\ O. W, Brown. Wilma's answer was no, but This I la clover seeding time. PHILLIPS"W -
kick-off meeting wo. included during the eve- protect' farm prices reduce the many problems created b y tree. have been planted in
Randy Miller the she would Just bake me a i We are interested In only one r
spent if'a GoodroarTires. Batteries
national 4-H club Adults were Mr. government cost for storage mtsuH and abuse of credit, Florida as part mighty
held during ning. present weekend as guest of Mr. and ; cake. Before Red had the coffee type If the soil conditions are and ROAD SERVICE: .
stocks and The larmforeat.r
25-Oct.: 2, and and Mrs. Kennan and of excess Improvethe we can best render thJi reforestation effort.
week George
Sept. Mrs. James Weeks and family ready, she had baked/us a suitable. This is the Louisiana
nation's natural resources service and. continues
in by working closely has been
took part Rev. and Mrs Paul L. Jo; tes.
each one present
in) Belmore. cake! Put the cake mix In the SI. or Nolin's Improved White SHEET METAL WORK
tape-recording, broadcast the through the con ervatlonmeasures with personnel directors a red to be. tbe key'D1&II in tills
a day Thursday, on ,ttttvtttttttttwtttttKingsley Miss Sylvia Norton is spending l- electronic oven and take it Clover. which are carried employment managers wheare concerted drive to gain the

Wl'XE following, on County Agent this week In Jacksonvilleas out In seven minutes or it will Question was asked the out on the cropland diverted close to this problem," Mr. maximum potential of liarida's Thompson Sheet

Huggins1 radio pro- guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. be burned. Hot fresh coffee other day about seeding. Our from unneeded production.As woodlands. He gives. assistance Metal Works

George Lake Hartley and family.I hot fresh cake 10( o'clock In suggestion' l is 5 pounds per a result of the feed tlmated at 53.2 million tona-. to landowners in I

gram.Here to help organize the am sorry the news is short the morning, mighty good) So acre. Next question was that grain program, carryover'I 35 per cent below the 84.1 7 working up heir woodland I AD Types If.talWerle

club were Miss Martha Sue this week. I would like to ask I; challenge any Extension em- If 5 pounds Is good* would 10 stocks have 'been reduced each million tons carried management plans, marking : ESTTMAT FABRICATIONAND
McCain, extension home economics Mrs.. E. M. Norton each. of you to please call me ployee In the state to come up pounds be better T Klndu like year. The Oct. 1, 1909 national Oct. 1 19411. 01 and harvesting of timber and INSTALLATION
about have with more enjoyable using I Insecticides, enough 1 laenougih. : llMtMar. Air Cottd. BjrotoBS
ugent; Bobby L. Taylor IMione 0832081tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA any news you any a experience feed grain carryover i is en- planting of tree seedlings.-
assistant county agent, time during the week. I received Mrs Emanuel even Insisted You don't need an Ph. M4-0714 Rd. 1810-RL 1

and Mr. Huggins. Parents one call this week about that. I take the remainder extra pound or an extra cup:\

present included Mrs. Paul news and the lady who called of the cake home. I did like you put an extra spoon oi t

Mend, Mrs. Francis Meng Church Schedules had to walk to someones houseto just as she requested.! coffee for: the.pot. You can gel..1 II IIl

Kingsley Lake Baptist. use the Had good conversationthe so much clover that it wll:l
:Mis. Don Hill, and Mrs. Ralph phone since she a
1'earsoll. Church: Sunday School 9:43a. : didn't have one. Out of IS attempt other day with A. I. [Ras- actually crowd out
Mr. Taylor went over the m.: Morning Worship 11 ] I completed 3 calls no tyl) Mann who lives In Brookei grans combination 'The pI'let SALE

requirements'| to .be a 4-H a .m.: Training Union 8:13: pin you: see It Is Impossible to get community Talking abou per pound also helped decideon i I 6Jl OFFICE EQUIPMENT

member: must ba between 10 .,; Evening Worship, 7:30: p. the news by trying to reach ACP requirements for seeding just} S pounds per acre

and. 19 years old have & m.; Midweek Prayer Service, everyone myself on Monday. temporary vetatlve cover Ry Actually If you do a caret: \

worthwhile project, keep records Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev. B. Will you please help me? I will or oats must have a legume aa I Job of eeeding you can 'get ,

and turn them in at end T. peavy pastor. "Come let us appreciate It very much.Plastic a companion.I (rood stand of clover wl

of the school year, attend club worship together." asked Rasty If he was go- three pound per acre. Be mFCele's 1
Beulah. Baptist Church: ; NEW ELECTRONIC MARVEL Cole's HEAVY DUTY
meetings, take part In club inn to plant Gator rye or to use.4 or & times the .. '
activities exhibit projects;;: Sunday School 10 a. m.; Notebooks S2.20: at thTelegraph e, Florlde Black rye. Ills anawe ADDING MACHINE
the tnnoculatlon suggested
learn the 4-H pledge, emblem,,, Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; was that this year he would J I .
colors and motto. Training Union 6:30: p. m.; plant whichever seed he could I This along with proper. his g,

Tentative plans for the Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. V1'I'IrFIlr' ivrM-rrto-i' '' get ,first. Rasty did got on t.e I and fertilization Is J JuV, an .

Hampton club Include meet,. Midweek: Prayer Service Wednesday "'0 It.IH-OU: : KM'TITIOI, tell about a Ume he started 1 important'.*.*. seeding, r

ings once a month, for_al I 7:30: p. m. Rev. R, L Noilro I. hrrxhy Y,1'11.l> .Ivan Inn' ... d __'_ __L .. .
members together, then In-be. Tatrttart.' pa.stor, "EveryoneWelcome. Hi* unilHr-litnnil'" ,', under the urn.. I
vmt'in' it C'huptfr, 59.6:1( :! /1.., .
twoen group meetings for wortjjiojecta .. w' NEWS OF INTEREST TO .i ye.r
uf Kliirlilu, Aol of IH4I.; wll I COLORED
: demonstrations, am I Training Union Social rilMi. '.r with the t'lnrk of th..'I 1 1if t Atr.m

activities, he Bald. Some ol f Mrs! Kenn th Mott T U. foril Circuit. / 'minly Onirt, Plnrlila.'In .and,' / fur upon, 1 1 rail re.. CITIZENS OF BRADOR"p.COUNTY 1i

Social Dll'ectolha.s announced raliit.. "f. i
profif of ,piilillratliin' r,' f 1 fv'f.KKCKKA _
thin .II.l >" the f"'III''.."- name tt
I nf /Int-rnallnmil' Mull H"rvlinnilvr ..>. r
whirl, I nin engaged' In I : TION NER'SRecreation ; Church: Church schix>; will 1 if -
DO YOUR hilHlni'HH' nt 414. hilt fall *HI' manager Johnny start at 10 with Supt. 'Wil- --r- 16ufe/fs
A FAVOR"n.! P. o. llox. 871Htnrk Jackson is still encouraging !liam Holland"In' charge.; *Lov,..1 2."

.., .Klorlilu/'/ Bole., ownerUiilfil all parents to please cooper- feast service at 11. CommunIon .. '10 KIT MANUAL, _
THE NEXT fi WEEKS / thin list day l iif Hoptmbfr ate with the programs by at 6:30: with District Supt. COl/ Per cWeD mktrottfs sod Tool .
HAVE YOUR SIIRU1HJERY Al I"". Iim5/\ al Hlurkallrnilfuril **, : *) Ifclfn*. ..epee.n
County, Flnrliln/ sending and bringing your Rev. B. F. J'W111165hs' 1 'I Irr '.,""" frail. s-itv. .... n.aai- k>>*

9/.1 4t KlKiori boys out to take part in the charge. All TRANSISTOR MODEL IW ....o. ...| risiMiM, Mimi Sub.-../.... T......
SPRAYED WITH OILTo > <'H or IVIKMTIOVTO various games for the building Greater Allen Chapel AME!:: op.e.. I....>-"T' ..-.!'.*i'iA.CJOMUMIUAIHU( *1 bed Tsar lain,. Two-cola' ribbon wMi ...btrsct -
U'.at: : MI/1'1'1'1111s' of healthy bodies and developing Church: Sunday school! '*t' 'I(I IOi1Ct0ITA CAM
N,\>IHNolle ibnrtt. ....the total. end .......1. nfcutef.
I good with M... Fan-lie ..... Is tone ".
sportsmanship.The ,
.. .. .Deles yew es r -L" .
control Hcnle insects white fly, red spider and lime, unili*/ .rNlicnf\Ii' h..t r. iiitilnr l>v given the pru that 'boys. are working hard to tre 4n charge.. Morning leak:.I I...isw Hew wWIe....ih" It..... ..... f.. ael..... as.wlM ...... M ref ...."'. ii _Nee 42d$145J.

oUter insects! shrubbery should be sprayed during vlHlnni' of Chupt-r .11.BIT! l.uw- form ft Flag Football Team, at 11 with the Junior Church I tl.... ... ........_.." Oyer.lee -...
of Flitrlila AiMx' of '11141, wllriltMr M .41Ire 9..IpO.. You ....
the next 6 weeks. Oil sprays now can mean healthy with 'Hit clt, >rk i>f the and are asked to meet the In charg The speaker will b e .... Ie yew .... +feOylfces. *. ... ....,sera +

vigorous growing plants this "spring. Oil In-Hit ford. ,'..("uIY.'uurt. Klorhla'In .unit' ., fniHrml upon n1iMIPt -. manager each evening at the Mauler Joseph (Morris, a junior .w Owl cryA.l... tLykwrwN.-1.. L II 1'. Dfe.b ., Reel. M ,

Emulsion is the most economical spray thin.'. nutli'B of pnifif the of. fli..,pubi.lltloim l'al Ion naniii of. playground.Thfjre will be. Record Hop church at RJE member High School."'and student ..... ... ......*-. ". !. VOW. can a....... .....,IMM.rel >

Florida >f /Iliikilforil err, nKiiKi'l". I'tti'nn' In. uiulii.IIIINIIIPHM. '. wlilrlw at at The Reno Theatre Friday The Choir Union will' be held ... .d'e ..... a..IIi. Ie ,.. .... I/Ir.fMa h t,

FREE INSPECTIONS lark I"nrmrr." ;Murki!, stark'. night Oct. 8. from 8 to 10:30 at 3 p.m. with. thet Junio 1 tf
I .KU., Teenagers! are Invited to at Choir from New. Bethel Bap
: CALL Pest C.I./ llrailfnril/ and' Hi-lri "It1M.
:, XI I llox\ 2111Httirkv. tend and have fun. Listen to tilt and the Junior Chop o
e'4.,. sole.| own.*rnl some of the I latest hit tunes Greater Allen Chapel' yartlclpatlng. !,
! 964-3965 Control I l iimil. '/ *ttila' .7ih day ", Xcptmiiir I'TA POSTI'NEI.PTA .
( .
Evening service .wll
A"l It. limn' "'t Stark "
I & CIIKMICAL eo.I Ill-till fi.l-il. wanly .Kla,, meeting will be post- be held at 6. ,The public I It! Invited -SAII-1'YPw- '
1t/311: i 4tV IIIOUI : poned until October 13 c ana STOCAOI CABINRIssi
I due to to attend these activities. '
I I a meeting In St. Augustinefor
-- the teachers All parents' > "Project Handclasp.. Troop2ti3 M cry.fHea Dwspnele M.ry ftllfge a A.het

are asked. to please rwnemtwri Is cooperating j ,with the U. preceded. ky .t rsn. ....,.

i to meet on this date O. Curps, In sending anal to ........... 1011. a wo-way .lsck,. t'I.l'U NEWS I Viet Nam. 93 DRAWLS CAItNIT/
I cooperatewith
rise ...nrr.4.trfc lock.
IT'S.A FACT I Regular meeting of the the Girl Scout by givinga 940 Comparinofit' Csvocftf. WM soy fcr bWf" b>
: LIIy eless.Wed.2'. bll.. .. 36"vrWti
wf.gwmdiaq Awdaorti .
On'nation Hoc( la I A Savings" bur of soup to Viet Nam.' holy .. .Iettr. Nhsd
I Club will be held October!' 19. After' I 15 year' of lighting diseases 1ew- ". ... .4.slabl. dr.lwa, .'.liar. etc. ''naMle drowse el.s IN".4d.a" 2....

ut the Recreation Center at 7 threatened due to the MM OtM-v OUVS OTMA;t> s-4 h194' 12" -110 Cabinet elms jowu. % an.**

with ,the president. In charge lite of this commodity. .r Csts Ortrj _t4e. "72 f.OO M9ti'1W deep. HMYy IIeeL MM O-MS O M>
.I AE Ofoon, Dorf Sand. sr OfrNo... Ml ...
The prmtttrnt asks, nit members .Nestle tin not s"rNo soap"Instead A/1Aw..lirlra__.....n- H IsJI M. ] ...
to please. be t .
present and say "You bet
on time.- Business of vital importance IJFEBOUY I WILL IHAU .............*"' ..,.r-o A'Y,

to be tlaciMantMia. ZEST. AND PRAISE." seTh ...... ,

Alma Jenkins, president Mrs. JCIIOV.VII!: U1TNE8SRHSUrke AoMMkMHol ......_tiis> SIN tsk.fl M
E EFIw 'r B J. Brown. s 3.
reporter local, congrr ntk>n of
I UIKTIIDYK'fV" Jehuvah'i Wltnese are pre- ) -..coitoMCIa-"

Mrs Arata William was paring to attend ULBsornl. | '

honored> with a birthday party annual Circuit Assembly to beheld .!

given by her sinters and bro- at Lincoln High School ......... ....
-' ther-in-law Andrew and Sarah 1001 s.U.!: 12th Streot. OulnesPlorlJa \ .
Alien, and Mrs. Victoria. Me- viSe. Oct. 13-17 1063 __ -/.s&I..II.d

Cray) The party was !given at Clifford Ctdey.; presiding 4-i. ..eewL. Lett

.the horn of the Allen's at 831 minister uf the \\ac+l congregation ___ 14Hr.l4Wl.r1l-'.
Every year systematic SAVING puts ., Florida Sl vet. Cu,.*!" enjoyeda said "Ono unique pointof 4t Its 2101 ->j8fe/

wonderful entertainment these assemblies Is the entire ; t '" r '
hundreds of students and all wish for Mrs. Williams family group tii,,ncouragd r -, rM0011rf OIlaBle
I _campuses! many nu>re birlh.Uy The to attend and benefit from ,a w: .--.

tea honour* received in..ny useful tIM spiritually nUgtet.me4l.. pro-

If you have some fine coUcgo material fat gifts. Mrs. McCrny and children fum" that Is b-'lrur planned." 3 e
were "
epeehrt gaasts who Mr. Coley sad: -Sixteen local
J your family-no matter how young now-' have mcently moved here from mt'mbe.u._ "be..among t

Btart builcfing a "college-aid egg" today. Palmetto.CIU'KCII. TOO delegates I when. tl).y will T.&flpiM.Tbe1C0IRf1OdC .

Open a bank savings account aero right NMVSAnthMh : 1 learn, from fiitote dlacourses, >I"D..h r9s&i.t.. ...... .life

HOW! firld tn it reottlnrlvi BaptHt Church. <*-,>mon. tn __ sad .Mluatrattoiu Per ..rtl. ..1..'...a. All
eoedwe..U fd
, schedule to a* follows -.4..* Im i ,
sandayI! WOT. that the!, mlnlstrlalwork eetiaw MCCItIAtoe COI.a .,t_ ,i 'feel
j; S...- .oo1 si U) with. Supt Willie, of JebovsJa'a. .\VI1I1_ .. I". .' ..] MaifnimUy w.l .. 10 Mte lAW tl..u.. aesi g,41..d Mck srLd 0u..r

Brown In charge Morning service van be carried out la the con- .!*. IS-.H.- o-"l.o Mob. s omj.. logo h- se C'Me !lisp rlw ... M ..... -

,s I I IBA'NK 6:30.: at 11 ),;Evening ..service I grvgatlon' with ,l re terj ,sff-. ca,... rNlluck! ....bJr.72"' .., a-*. ..... / lOP ..'/"... ... "flwsaa11raw1. b
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UVen. ..
FLORIDA The annual 'Yom en'- -Hn .IUooW fHsyfa '. Awe.absa161.hs. btdeM ......,.,.,..
program has been Day The Theme. of the entire"assembly ins Jt,_1......1 ...15.ew. 1 s8.fs .... ...sla. Bret IwL ay s. b d.dt .... Roby
po*l Is 'Increasing Our .. .
$.... .
until October 24. Praise To Jehovah" IPa.( 143: .8Mdme" '192.45 wb1iN; -.. -a-h ... 1..416..a-

Bethel Baptist Church Sun- 31.) Na2e1012.3N '

AT STARKE day School at 10 with Supt. I The highlight of lie assem-i '.

Julius Royal In charge. Morn I bly wiN b* the talk by C O.

On of 31 Bank of the Florida National .Lag service at 11; eveatnerr.. Thompson *What Dues
Group Bradford
vice, 6:30.: All members. and I "
Revwureetlorla: / J County
friends are Invited to attend Mean for You uHTouni? Telegraph .
Member Federal Deposit Izuuraac Corp. an ....rYI...... r.v.ryon.eume.% th.1

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Mortal Mothodiat mblttlon free. r

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1IU\>...alp, 11. sxm.: sasisisi* "*!. I iMMti Ktton and Terqruaruottai rI axc< ptk>n rather than the rule. hM ....nt. or hi. atlnrn HiihwrltitrH" i I.>\. ntnll i-arrlr. d*.

RECREATION NEWS : RaraentorsJM. oC M,'\- ::01 prlajary romA into Soma arVe,. might go I II .y. snit any mu-h olahn or llvorv or by ..,ih.>r tttfitns sv.rNSi -
32:19). Obsefctance of' Lord il tii.npl.-H .*...ulI.aces 1 : *our or more lane JW n.....,. through\ the dryer many time, ".''d. Inn pr.wllns li month. ,
Sapper..'Training 'lAiloiw.':!" antic pay'per: rent of. the I. and not. show any signs of Jam... to:. p.... evening Werahlp.-T pvf right of I \. .s.rwtor uf th.. Last Will tiit* 'IOld Nwbx! throuirli ..."....
lias way costs thereof spontaneous heating. "Tne and '. .
Recreation Dept. program ; TeatHjiwivt i>f 1olIa ( llmivKlrnt n.w. .dealer.. othxrwiseavnrate -
? and< facilities I I f m..,ssi mmi?;,-"A Uvwiff Sacrl- pledging trouble<< ... don't know '1', .__ot. '
Osage DC Name) would ; your' II cectala ta:{ t unite.provWJiw ,we ex'actly No. (<<>i>.la *...,b 054. dW.
Recreation Department t lire tiered The Super''' II I I L flee." (JEUwMaa" 12LJ powers and duties bow; or why ,this reaction pul.lhmtloii. (VI 7. 1105.1 let Hllnir( .It month, fatessnarls
lntendart 111.7 ii 10/a.
fIf! and Wednesday Oct. 13PIW' nar
broadened its scope of op.Ind always secretary are I I f U the! state,, Boav of AdminhbaUoR takes plate; Williams date, I 1979.
JI at your service er- Ueettngv t.P- m. Church saki. "and there Is no to ... ..' '.... illKtrlhutlnn (ilnrludlnraamplesl '
along with it a Please so the Florida, Develop,, way s .101.1': or o" rlillrlllr.i 1'
ia feel free to I Choir f Mhearsal. ) by mall carrier d..
call or drop ptsn. .meal gussM when It might occur. N1rlaFHF\'r: : a
,r name. The departKii by 'In person at OooMiusstoX> end the met .."'rum>> II..*.". or by otnr mi *:
now referred to as: A Flag any time State Rood Department." Although the apuntanrouahestkig Art nt llrtnlirr. HI. I9H1.! "..<.- .vriiif. .. No, Cnplss sera IIIM
Recreation Depart for : Football Program 1 5Yt nuT rRESBYTElUAN... VotFTs will mart the ballot reaotk .la started by Ion 43(4. Till 1a. l'nltiil 'a't.. iltirlnaproilln. If monMm.ill. .
,.J i and boys age 7 li CilUBCH ., ulnclMU* narmt to fVIre '
through : u heat within the dryer, It canontinue Cud I
of Starke.I ** the.
ot the now ; amendment: or du. S0.
-m bemg hale of Illns: Urtahnr 1. '
has organs The pro I c even after the arthlea Total. numh.r. nf copies Ala-
gainst the 1801.!
department progrest amentfmeot.!
gram is l Schedule: for the week star .
I M .
I sponsored .
by are remove from Till of Irlhut.d: .aor. No. copkSwcA
the the Ptihllratlon llrmlford
It t pace since, its con I Ilast Parks and a li : Ing Oct.. 10 .Other amencfcnenta to be ISnwlw
: diirimmth
Recreation Depart- ar or not the heat from the "'nun., li-uriiih' | Frqunnrjr *- I lactic nv prrrilln
( a few ;years peatgill I meat and Is I i:1Yk Sunday -, Sunday ,School.rr4e cKM' by trie. voters of FtorUa of I.....- weekly I..Matlun I .*. S.1J3. .IHMII. nvar-
should be proud since under the direct I' I in the November election dryer. This dependa on whethreaotlon of known ntflc 1 i.f pni. >.iia. rat to flllnsr daI ., titb.I .
,. created to supervision of Johnny Jack**,. ',i ( : ) e. m. Dosing Worship can dissipate. quicklyenough Inn: uaV Cull Nt Hiiirk. I avrtiry Ih. .latni. ita
r I I ervlre serve Bantam Football 11 a. ml Pall, Youth. Rally, at 1It111de one to provide for dl- after the article la lirwlforil dimity., Kl.irlila. niu.liliy' ,i"<- ..HIVIare t "r..ton.1
f W< welcome your .ug--I A tstal: of 75: I : .Ut Presbyterian. Cburob vktlg the. State into ,four or from removed 311.0llt.>>r J..r.II..t.III. ItllH.I. nmplrt| ,,
boys the
have dryer. W: I. :MATTIIKWH
.. ,.
\\0s to the type of reg- iiu rtr* nf the Knrnl liulnHiiffk
l lstere4 for the Bantam Football -I Gainesville 3:34: to tt::90 St .... more appellate district as the ,. The oUowinff recommemUtlona <> -.. nf th* puhimhiir. 111 W Uw ncr

league and were placed on I I. Youth FeUowahltv 8 D, m. LcuWature/ may decide< and ;were made to nmwewtv-- ('all HI...Hlurk. llrmlfnril Cuunly. .

teams Monday. Sept. 20. Of1 I 1 j Tuesday r Circle. 2 and a provMles for hiring of. additional ... and to oprratom. tit trim .' ri.*.rl unit
I, flclal league practice began meetings 10 a. m. Circle 11 judvea for any district merclal dryexs: .r, illtur, .n.' nt.n"n.1., I

I Tuesday. Sept. :21. i I' 1 rue' Iln.ri p>. m., I cHU't oC *>pnttB Juxi mall ire 1. Fur complete safely,
The gomes will be played I I ThursdaJ'! Choir Practice. duce the number, of any district not machine dry any ai-Molea l hrxwrr A.10:.mark U Matthews. KlaOwnr I' n DESTROYING

this year on Saturday j 7:30: p. m. s \to not new than three Which might contain rubber, l>r.w..r A. Mlark. KU, ,
I under / judge.. Air Known hnnilln. ......, morltsi.Ma. "
lights with 14-4 IMAOISOM dry them at normal' temper
TV'' the arn" tad! other Bi'urtty hubl.rwinwnlnt ', I Ii
scheduled game set for Satur'I 14 STRBKTT ,Amendment number two .tura. i ir' hiililliia' I pr ti.nlnr
day Dot 9. The' teams this BAPTIST CHURCH and three! 'concern Lake 2. Even It mtmethlng which more of tntnl mnounl ofbomla. FREE
Rental I \ ThorslanA& ""'1" ...*. nr nlhur *ii-
Newton contains
year will be decked out in MS W. Madl... Si. County and Palm. Bath County. rubber inndvertenlly urltlvnt Nun '
I ,
complete new uniform: Tne Two provides that Ubneotiona iota Into the dryer, the lire Tour No. Pupln' 1'nl..I'' INSPECTION.

sponsors and l ouaches of the I He Gives God Credit For SavingHis ; Sunday Servicea: 8unday, _added to the constitution danger can ,be minlmiiml if .".".1111 N. ...NAw' n. ..h Isu.I I
teama School. i:4: ., BU, Worship the lend. .Is dwha' : .|.rfi-fillnir 14 montha..lim .
a a*: Southecn Discount altowlntf Lake County to mimeUdittoly reriW- lulniil' Ian.. uwr..t I"1 I'
I Towiuwod SUkkland.: Char Life Alter Washington Attack Service 11 a .. matt 7:30.: p. hire an .Additional- county. .d. hum the machine after cane! dm. ., uu. i

jl Per Day Icy Johns. Holiday Inn of m. Training union' f::10 p. m. Judge without a laterxllnot.Number drying; and t the article SMxirv, laid' ulrculatlnn.' to tern 539 F.. can 9 1-396.1

PORTABLES Starko- Jimmy McRae. Doyle All fculkilntre air conditioned three proposes) an aced so that they eat tall urh -
iU SEW II C. Conner Ins, AgencyNick "Qod was right there with 1rla.that ale,ettpplec1: foot prei i anal convmttrnt oft-.treet ,nfndmen to prorkte that ,quickly..
Q-oeby. Prank Williams.! Llaw. !he." verrta bis accustomed walk In- parking; .U available. "Let usgo the Clerk of &the. CJroaUt Court !

Emerson I ley---Ed!: Magee. II That s.. the Cros C08 vtc 4anot I: .. Btarker every datr r-.e.. dla- ,. into the House of the In Paena Beach- County eta nor.. N OK. Kl kl: 1.,1.., "Signs For ProgrcssllN.NI'I.STIC.

SMmmutlr* fr Wwtrn Newton ThonMtld,10-year. tsjiwe oX (pur a pd a half miles Lord." Psalm 23:1.: -Fetder L. I serve' eat Clerk of Palm Beach I'kRNIw", V' 1T MAY O 'IV-
I ) ""...""'' lu ".....;... :( IIICIIWAY MJI.LKTINS:
A aid StarkU. who rneeyttp.ut: round trip-not bad far an $0yeseold Rowan : sis. -
I conditioning class of phy.I pastor. County Criminal. Court of Record ?*. F'h.rhhs. ntikl. "..... ..
Dahmer'sIfljE. 1 steal exercise for women is j fered a brukal beeOne; at the i ms. ..even If he does .Ia h..h. .Ivra. ot en .I...'Ilin" TRACK LETERiNIl'ILTOlt1A1.8: : (:
tea .
now beia.f -planneil. by the I ]hands of a Negro man InWashington. oense from.'sturdy Norwegian Forest Service The'I fifth constitutional! I'. he tell h.ld.for n she Taes.149. ..caliber, OF AI.I SUIUKCTS:

Call Ph. 969-1771 Starke Rwreutlun. Department D: C.. and Uwdto ., 1ItIocJt. amendmrnt t be donne. Ih.,_ lTrupxrrlura IMIIIIIINM,! ., fir
I The instructor for the class I tell the tale. Mr. ThombMtd leaked his Offering Jobs I by the votw, h{tatted November en t'un.rrvetMn her. ttre.........|.l.irl.-i Noll. midn40r. 411 11 KAST: SOUTH STICKKTOK : :

will be Mrs. John f }Mitchell.... My ..hlrV.athii pants looked IOUs mMesUone on September For Dropout. eobi to Include mobile homes, es tsar H. rite'. e4vh. ff Inrnx,

| physical eduvatkio teacher fur like they. tisd been dip**** tit a T. U* was born In Non-ayend ender', eonrtyra, hounr. trail"..... h..Tfc uprt. riMluwlmi on Ufii.n. Dlrrr| ,Pal. will.,|( CAM, 9CI5291GLASS :)
Bradford bucket of Mood" the aged. but cam to the United States uv |h. |W. B1.,
lh h. .. ,.
County School. The ate, under>the definition of il-n.1: A. M .red| ,1,1Kuril ,, I
FA1tP TII I of with hie at tie of The Florida Forest Service I' M.
class will meet one evening a till halt! and hearty native parents age "motor vehicles" and. thus .. .
; week for ten weeks with a Norway. _loci. "but I never did IX. Ue attended& school In New U seeking 330 high school I subject to.,. UCf'ntta Ux only. KltirlilM! Pt.rviMi.r'1. urn Hiurk. That Our Business

fee of SO cents per evening low eoneelo,a ne
t AUTO iuri The classes are tentatively hit In the head twice with a Virginia, where hta father own- &.he-Job InUntnv under the llr.k.r rlueld5.. .

HAKOWAHf scheduled to begin the 2nd Uiree-Uiori lift*, I r f ed e. Lat9f. for moat of hla Federally -flnancrd N lIIhbor. Drying Rubber S'brlds.. Nup.r' Merket. 1I..k.,' -If It'" Kin: *,* We Have It"

''week In October, You may register "Some don't,believe ft. pwrontU adult. *lf ev Mr j Thorsland. operated hood YikuUk Onus VTO B.UI. I.[ Fire Hazard wllku All .lii5II ii,. burr/.t..l. rlrlirs.. .luMl. rrsiAlu 10., .,t CAM. WIIITK: or VISIT

l now by calling the Stark. Ood. but Ida- rye isle a dairy In Dela..arecu..nty This r. follow-up of a successful I.Il... ... li ""'.. ..,,,.lIn..1 .1.. ..tnr rl.
Fob Households FOII ANY (JLASS N.IJWe .:.:
1 ReereuJlon Department at IW41744)1 ThorsJand. A krvoul Ctirtatlau N. Y. BUBjunsr-pcouTMn when ; used. hi.rrin' In.-iuiU. ... p.r.

) We must haw a mlnl- -I felt hte pr enca.. Mid I After ....lInel t out hlj bust Mi* Forest eerrice hired. earn State Treasurer.. and Mat .-...|. .iuallflr,I.MiniM. niMUe in Cola. I..,In r...n.a...n,_. IK-Hlicn Modern Store Fronts

'.mum of 13 ladles In the c....... know tie tortprd' me walk two SW... Mr. Thailand decided! to 400 youths in Us state (or 13 .".e '151 Ion ..,. ..rlm... ,,r "rlurhlr l lirlii
Marshal Brnword Wit w.... ... .. .... UM
I for M to be successful. block with *,fractured Mfcta rears In Florida and toured week of Vainl"..) liama has "bmued a warning al. lamed. ..satire...... "ilia, 11.. Just Mall A Pattern "'orSHEA'S""GLAss Plark. after the attack. HM mercy" >borever. the state by bins in 1 *3. look Aooordiatg+ U) Stake. VoretterC. to housewives regarding the I.. M Mlll.l.lNDMXVrillTM

I The first night of Square f ." I r Inc toy a place to _LUe. H< ,'}I. Coislur the new pr- hssaiwa- of tying certain ar. Ailmlnliiiritiwr M rv' .llun Mosrill Minin. Unit. ('''n.

| DejMe Instruction wee heM The story started moot sego :I failed to find.rlY1hdels within ram Will., include six bourn a tlfl. c
laM Trmnwlay evening at the when Mr. Tborsland. a his nvrairt te> bur until he week of adult education cI_- hems dryers. tie anal that .

Center Forty dancers from b.clt'elor whjoae home .la Untormrr I reached 8U.rk. where a local I h and 49 hottnat rsanj bra are beingstarted, In aui-nntanim. :NOTIfN with (NOT INC.)
Jacksonville wen on hand to Eaves ulaca, : about two I real estate allm' ehowed him with the Forest, Bevy nut only 'In Some dryers but viel.n.of., "..-,"WI, I ill nil.. rtnrliU rr.>

present demcautt rat Ions' and mils. south ot Stark OBHlntvwsur I the Eaves plooa on Highway ice. Age kmlu are t. to 31, lieu In .thorn" of eommerrlai: MI'>IIM.%. The.. hart >* "lush. 1313: N.W. tth I'l. CnlneMvllle.: Flu." (Phone FK2-4333:

I Joined In the fun with the stuI 100., began Having 100 and! enroUree must have been "undry.and, dry cleaning InMruitlMi Mr.*i>y M rv.f. .Hrnilfonl null".,.thai 4Lnnl.n,

I d.nts. If you have not rglM- tevutrly from bla ITO monthly ( I "1.nprnt thr.nlirM. ,toi a. hotel I out of ecDoor fbr'.C.Iead six ptentu bfvattse oT a parttrutar -.._ wll b... be. ... N._.
I I terwl yetyou're really missing I. IA for III.for I..f.. vii"Ii,
welfare chai* for s trip to here, MrTkoislantf. recalls month' before" beoomlng ellxl- property of sums. types of diMrlcl 1 TriidMM unit !hl.! ".
..aWky th. boat--- ... make your Wasnlorton. IX C. He- hadn't' -Tbe newt toy was. Sunday ble. It ku. ecpanied:$ '..Iris4 ten rubber. I..t! !.> levy fur the' MIMlllIM, POSITIVE HURRICANE

.r i, yw .wg I app vrance> thin Thursday been .WashirwUxx dote 1914andl end whitI went out for alrl. will be, Yachter) In the rare mvasttgaUune. and rs- MMIIMUM..
ID/t 41 iron
hmdi b ee klkh.aT"u"e night 8pm. breakfast to number employed.nd search ,b' the State PlreMandiafsi
limed tare the csvUai ant::%! buy e paper, all spa" -

TKKN: TINE: ones a.aln. and visit tola ne I heard the chimes of the First Jleaote ehoulst: be from low biboratury ,avshcrwot !. Tk. Initrl Of ark.. <......,! I PROTECTION
it hint finished. The CbeMmen will provtd 4...., llv.flf..s "'_.. ..
phew. Kennetto U Thompson.At Baptist Church playing an, old income (.. .. "" that rubber. In various In l*....... ,, l lwvMM. _
fired sink, plumbing, the music for a dance at Te.n length he had saved. over' lama that I. harned a. a bey. Trainees. will be Uu /htelersDai furnts, even when 'pre.start 1 In Inn 5:.!.!. if Kiln (' It...... COVER WINDOWS

rlr. From Bin Men 1 Time- In UM Recreation Center 380' and left'.fltarke' by bus Tie'InOMtt "*(rre.evimje to **trMstMirnh. ,work.' carpmtryyatntlnir. very small mounts, *.. r.p.lIbIe : ..r Sib INH-.rrd I

Hardware & Supply Saturday night. Oct. 9. matT for the long-*_rted trtp. where I van warmly! .,., ,operation of heavy of .ta,...,. to heel ..porvtsoeauejy lf.vln. All. CrKitllor I'Uhiia,. in And.IMM l*.n.d>I." i.,, ALL ALUMINUM'
to II. Com. jinn In the fun. wtisn subleot.dfairly so Aern.5.1.1/ I
At the bus.iaUon. bv Wash, treeted' and I derided thatthis eouHMnent. aiixraft maintenenoew K.l.l.i: '
WORLD HKHIEH: :! \ high' fMnpersturss. It YUII and. _'h of y..u .r. her., DICOeATIVI IAKIO
tvrtni im.1 ii zifmr tncton. he aakMt for help ant.1ephonJnc woW4ODd. town In forest Xlr* 'itI Uf1.. and by iui4iri..l tttifl. rMiulrml. ,. Vr| **, I INAMIL COLORS
I IS All tMMball fans are lnvtt* :| I iWOWNUt If to watch the World Series ona f tsr* a4 ordlsjxrUy {"- yeti, mr Ml 1 her i>f yuw,
whrn .scene ) fteur deveto. AlthouKta he lives alone. Mr.., They will 'be paM M ,J$ per .Y'j "... .5.... seamen, .10.. ...,..,. ..(: I iCONOMICALDUSAIII
PHONE M4444I color TV set at the R..rea"tlon hour. Those lag equipment Is niffh. ... .. .. ..
0 'rd. a Neic o man standtnn br.vo Thorsland says ho never gets who qualify will ICII: C II. d. wrd, !1.1! .
Center The net will be I be to Initiate t.,.. reaction un< *r Mitlil i*'iiiftiv, l. ih. iv.imiy' j
Ionrllie likes to .read and cotwlderexf for .t"1 :
Slrerlr > t his svrvics aaufcto. regular posii -
NAROCA AN0 available Saturday and Sunday < favorable cuuOlUuns.Woaa : Jii.le' tit HriMln.r.1" 1'ounly" nor* nNANC'ISCI
H. knew the. ally the :enjoys ajxj occasional visits. ,i ttons ee opensnn. Occur an the / .Ida. mt ttlm, nttIn\ the m.urlbuiM lady
301 I CAIL ST during the eeries, and is from friend and nelitibora. I I t Forest Service. operating pruosrly,, .f _lot 4-ouniy .1 Mark. I AVAH.tltl.N Aivedrlrf Alrr
provided through the courtesyof Negro:"' said and .wouV takeMr dryers present no>> hassrd of KlorliU. w 1.1 hi n .1.! , lie byes quietly and modestly Young p-0pi .......
Thontend to the rteht. adder Interested In) Are .10. truer She ihn.lh*
Winkler ErI1KT 4cP so king as the materials
fha .Imhllnalon. oIhra' n"'h' GAINESVILLE AWNING CO.
and..Is natunsd with one Ihe
by the. wy et a short| IJrOWr..JIKJ obtain fur being dryal ..indud.1.' .>0 ah: Lkn.. ..r Armand .h.1I b.
I out. I I good meal 1 a day-breakfast.. I I t taw InformaHonj from County ,article euch .. sheets, iMUiiwtBasse In _liw>.. __ show. .1.1.> th* } "Premium/ Quellty Poor lay Plce.-
T eat a very hearty break Rajiser J. C. Prevatt t the, |il,_-. fit '..10.....-* anA l ....M uf -
After a few blocks, the su I,I '' towels' ami a nujuejtyof fir. .I'lr.MM if ,lh. ul.', ran ISTIMATIS 3768HIM >t ty
d i CUMted *art e.&" led rc.nd.that.:1. : for the t l4rA 8rrvlc! Ifradquarters I clothing. However many ao.1.. atoll.. ... ......." I.' by lh.

/P if heat goes throuttii a park. The Negro|j day" Mr. Thorsland rye. on Hlrtowsy 100 Weai He/ore artlclva. flu. contain varyingqusOULU

\:\ i your man walking sUjrhtly. bKUnd "1lh.t'.blset all I can afford odds, mployed ,&.bes'. anul be vt rubber, )'_m -
but ItIf'fIt/ T eat else than I Ithat. eertined or .
I I Mr Thonlartd. picked up a I' re-eerUfted by the rubber as frequently.. une l forhouliler
Uwee-lnch thick limb and I start putting on too f't1. 8 fenpioyinenl Service of- pats' In dresses and

t YOUR FUEL stnic-k the aged man twice In much we tiht awe> t,,'* a wood'thlnM. tics, In CMiueawUkt. Jsrkebv andsomotlmea forp44lfig :>
I iyt' the had. I ,,gurm.. I"fell bettei. The Florfth. Board of f orin la Tarlous types asunder

'I fell to 1m..'". and he too. on one meal a day I Y I e.lry hAt .pipit fpr J2r10o6 gsMmMrsts. Hueclai sheets
my '' .. ......... ...... .. ....
grabbed my mallet out of my I It's !rOOd to h* back borne federal fur*i to finance the .w.- T ......-. .-.-..-. -- --- n
GOUSTbeateni .4'
I-I'if, BILLS pocket still ran off throviih Mr. Tnorslani safe. and he I wlmar pro,nn., TtM Make,Qf. a."layer ot ruhb.rl..dl. (l -. wi

the park Mr Thonrisnd said ooukln't care lean If he docent pn>puses i< to matdi this with f...... with .Hton Happen uajenrli .1,1

V-----. -- I *N<>bodr ... around to glee I on Wasttliurtun fur another, 50 lA-klnd rrvlrs.eqya) |" to toper aide Many srtlclae hnv- '

'r- ... ..,..... -II,.. I help but I manatrd to get to I cent9' the oust of the Ing e pnnfMHt or piled1 surf..v I IsiMh t J

t.J .. .1 l prwranvPreratt ,. ,as thruw rug ami small rt?
I my feet and walked Ito AQIIt J
... ,
-: ,. .... program whkh employed rtbosrlsMMt vacuum. -
ankle back to the aid.wslk.suers I tasr
V Q6U Bradford aixl elbow (mtrtissi on .Kn0'1. <
Icaa people were paantn I one Union
1t : clothing sometimes 1'alb
Onuirty boy, ,
+ Several prfaols'lean .mtti r.ed. was very succswiful '
; y
I mxntatw called an aoibu- I and proved b nrfUI'" both |>,ll....l ,.'Uv. .. ruWvr. iMxe air. :i- ttP
to the k.s<*e. WlUJiuns stated. thM es
boys ?
lance and I wsV runhed to an I ark to the Forent
I r ,,.
I I arrvtre."Heveral. artuika of mil I of these types ,r r i
elnerlerxr tw.pIaal t have ben responsible for But the trip __1'& ail mitfortuoe Methodist Church of Uie buys have IV_ Y
aaready '(1"1-4 to bees .
for"" 'I1..ftd.. come
.... .l tat
with > rua rr, as --
Throutfti the Interested fin }, fkhMuifo fiur the week u t sunwnrr/ he -kl.1, eu.akelulg appear. U boo .*

Don KcrrU. me former tMor- Sunday Church BchooL,4i '' p tally _.pW". to Wife .' i

ea McKnlcht of Stark, there Iwere ) '; .. rax Morning '5 Amendments lusting hasard

bristlier Umes to eotne. II a. m. Yeuth Choir WonhJD'I'Are On Ballot A fua. .a (i MsM. pUhm< ""< <*_ \In. 1i

a While vfalllne; hf & sx ... Buck a4v.rhwtU9 *ft very ebiM to I

Mr*. Arlm' IIIUClwc.t MY1 1 p. an. MYF hrs.tlrtgr. I For November) 2 a burning elertrlr' 'ligm 1 bulb''

Starts. Mrs KoreU i ':.10: p. m Bvenlne Worship.'I i About an hour later. the rub-
Mr Thorslsnrs pittrht from 7:10:: p. mI The llrmlfoiti: County Clerk's tier warn fugue to be stnoubUr

.vr|.bn. OC the Met s9tt4VMAft I ICburrh. Min on0.yOrel flrout _t- Office t.. rwetvedl a eopy o( Sir .... t.wslt. u. e...err

of which ft* s. s Mietn. I f *" as folVnrs Troop 006. the Official ballot far the No- DuMAII 11111oW Out show any :

br I'pon rter, return to Ws hIncton. IU: p m. Troop 600 4:10: ; vembrr 2 spficial tlsctkm. Mgr ..f scwrrhlng. ,. ".

she looked Uv ..ewt'' Troop 607 ft 20, Methodist Included In Uw are. amend- ease, sn office rnalr with a q n ,

man up tn the hospital atel as f Mw%'. Chub meetsi In r>I il4V ,-... w w.. slate (low.Nw.. ham rwbbM- pad wee |left 1 1 ew, rb t

t t,1Sdown soon u he was dlsi ulnae. she- UJp halt 7 p. m Won h one for a Joosxtaooo SimuHiuuvtaMig. a w.U .healer. yt"

and her hu-.... Capt [Ina Tuesday WMCH Clydr bvnd. tats b feur-kww. prlxtnr The neat morning, the rutbef d 4ct

Koreu. took Mn to their meetlncs ae foUuw: No | a* ftMde mss. t>* !tuft, w*. fuusid Co be alvMist eus
kolas and finally reunited him r\jur.ssnta r vnuny primary & etnewnd. yet the pkss>,i
twists of Mrs r.. kC. r>rryma. .. r
with has nephewThey ,, Circle 4 at home of Mrs Drew roads aa the bad bass lie evwnr on lie seat --1. I

slno told the story .U will PAl foe Is e. pet pro,.. olOov. Mrdly ,,any "f .,f 'rnIaC." (
I R* |., tII_ _... tn.* artleto end 1
staff the Ifaydoa i
the at offlar Burn
of ConrrsKman warda as hnatsss Circle S at It listed j ,..
; [ "
Billy Matthews who l borne of Mrs. Vernon &nvrtn511 to .... balk* M .... 1.Our1.11Satlorlsl .. art. s i.aJly Swat fc &. name A -
but Uils mi M hare occurrednaVrsD
) <
strung; bnto action and provtord : al 1O a. m Circle a st Ameodment M ArtlessNine.
f O WntWInary wwnC Ur Thonlend with ar'tsmdur home of Mrs. Oalsr r>rrynta>. I .. }... ... eI taw balls swW....h..s".wry Snow/ .he.. ...."... ......._ Mbaa.
te y tour of Wanfirneton. ;- 1pm Wem" yan Serrlce OuUrf .me.meMsre'n.eps..,. shastM ..... two .eu-- her ........... cJ4 Am.r s dl.d smile _a/s' .. A's/ hi I2 d rev deiLww
foLlowed by hmrrieork. The ai. home of Chide Sin >* "gruetaay ef State authori tJts many rpmtn. nt heotot ..e r -.......... M.dsr., l..sJes. .........,. ..........., Mlvey'' ..... -It- .....
I Un. "II' raattFrn. tata. does ..... .. ......_ .... .. .
crturcti here also provtsl. e Issuance bonds not to Lw sees T", 41 _as.0.f .. .. a posy b.hw.y .,..... '-.IIe4. w
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eon of H anally etepe down U> U- living earn nee. enabling Mrntmrn son as co-hostesa 7,JO p *, le wtchvwl ease raw. M art Is MM W. s sumhnl 1241 ...,.. e1.... '- .... _. _..._._.. ',...eer_ .were ..''ee.... ee ....
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FOI>l iruU' WITH THE fin -
tats he did-that of following ,Chotr reneanaX 7M: .
a strancer Into an unknownand p am.CHtltCH. DeWItt C. loner RetUfrrej,,! Director
NO. NOV. 2
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e roots along the stems. The READY TO
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places! until they ooze a color- LambCChops i... $1.39 WIENERS _
Jess fluid which spreads the : Pk,. 39 .
Some people get this skin Rib Chops ,.. 98<

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tools or .handling or ppt_Itemssuch tlmt have been as Mrs. W. J. Alt wood W. G. McCue Sh'lder Chops .... 69 }

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Others net a00:1/( :, case of dermatitis < 6301 Roosevelt Blvd. Mrs" Emil; McCoskey Lamb Patties 39 I ?.
by walking through .... < CRACKIN GOOD WHOLE WHEAT td. .
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smoke of burning Ivy stems or Jacksonville Fla. S. CHOICE LAMB 10-CCUNT

leaves Mild oases of dermatitis" can Jacksonville Eugene Johnson Fla.VACUUM Sh'lder Roast59< BISCUITS5UPERBRAND 6 cons 39' :

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after eating a tuber of the CREAM STYLE CORN CHARCOAL 79'REG.
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.. F1.nR.mA, .TIlITRSnAY.. OCT. 7. 19SS! .

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: Civil Defense Unit I r I

r KEYSTONE To ParticipateIn Indians Win 37-0 Over Cross City B'By

National Alert _
wt ( Bill Payne] --
HIGHLIGHTSBy The'Clay County Civil Defense r I
Unit has been directed Well they did It'' 7 t&I

by the state Office of Civil '
Emily Thomas J: Defense to participate In a national cheered on by some 200 loyal ) Y4f
civil defense alert exer- fans rolled to victory last
n nI nT nt nv
Phones ,, else slated for November 8. Thursday night over Cross
M. which wily Include the testing City's B team The final score
Day 473-4666 Nile 473-1589 I 1H J and evaluation of warning was a \bear-scalping 370. '

'. systems communications shel- 'i This was Keystone's first -T

Our readers had to do a game with a pleasurable\ out- ter and radiological! capabili victory of the current pig-skin

visual hop. skip and jump last come. They also called Key 1 ties.All season. They earned It I
week, to find parts of Highlights stonlari Margaret Mulr, a student state county and local : : The IrUlans dominated 1I
which strayed Into an- at the university. After activities In the county have almost every play and showed;! j _

other column and which must having an overnight breatherat been asked to participate In :_Fii! themselves adept at the oldapoit

show that we ard terribly human home they attain took, to: the exercise by the local Civil of britr-taming ,
; for this we hope the the road Monday night! accompanied I Defense Council. The general! Cross city received! the
readers wlH remember the old by the George r public will not be alerted or Sydney I). Andrews opening kick on their 13 yard

adage and be divinely forgivIng Massas. and visited the ladles: not requested to take part. A line. In four successive pluys
District GovernorTo they were unable to move it -- --
of us. night meeting of the Callahan tentative meeting has been set
HERE AND THERE Lions Club. Tuesday evening's I Miss Meserve for Nov. 4 at 8 p. m. In the Visit Rotary past the 20. i uu 8 yard hits Taking. ; ..rr..n.i an. end sweep play that netted 7 yards. Key

Charles and Kitty McOlave schedule took, them to the Inland And Park Commission Room. Oreen Cove The Bear's punted. Cooper I I The Boar's launched a 25 ..t"I1.l >'. ""IIr"rrl.'r.1I.'k..y: Itrokiiw. get a IIMM, .1! assist. from I
have been on the go again Beach Lions Club between Springs. Thursday, FridaySydney caught the plg-akhmfor the yard punt, taken by Homer for liars (.....1.|.>r rod !Stefan' llr..kiM.Mlrfmi .
this time aa guests of the Tallahassee Jacksonville and; its To Wed Oct. 22 Emergency Aid Given Indiana on Keystone's 34 yard the Indians on the 37 Hvokas
Lions Club, they attended beaches for another ladles During September, the local D. Andrews. Governor line and returned It only to I carried to the 30. fumbled

the cabinet meeting of night. Whew I Announcement Is made by rescue unit made calls to a of District 694 Rotary the 39 before bring rammedby Muivlieo ircovoied l"rnilitymlukel's ,

District 35-U held last week- Mr. and Mrs. Cart Ptazzotto I Mr, and Mrs. William Meserve, house fire. Investigated a report International will visit the ,, the determined Bears. It I I I down against Key .fIt .. ....,. t .
end at the Holiday Inn. In- have returned to their home of Half Moon Lake of the engagement of three missing persons Keystone Heights Club. Oct. was lli-okas and Cooper CI1I'ryI stone. Illegal use\ of hands, 15 .. \ \ ..' ., (

cluded on their agenda was a In Torrtngton Conn., after a I and approaching on Lake Santa... made an 7 and 8. While here he will !ing the! ball on the next eight ysrds '..t'. .. : "
visit to Scholarship Houae at ten-day visit with Mrs. Palas- marriage of their daughter emergency trip to the hospital conduct an Assembly with t.h'club's plays. moving the Indiana\ Cross city took over the ball Yr r1\\ 'TtR' '

Florida State University, supported xotto's sister, Mrs. Ed Raynor. Sandra Lee. to Wayne Park, at Green' Cove Springs with a officers directors, and down field to within the 10 but In four laya \were unable ,.. ::#; t ., :' \ : ) .. ,
son of Ralph of Jacksonville rive committee chairmen and also yard line Homer carrying the r .. ,
Park old .
by the Lions Club as a and. Mr. Raynor In their lakeside year youth who had to move against Keystone's! '. ,
part of the Plortta Scholarshipand Cottaees home Mrs \ and Mrs Evelyn: Carver I sustained a head! Injury as- address the entire membership I ball for the Indians rammed tough line fjj\\ ,

Research Foundation and Palazzotto lived in KeystoneIn of Alexandria. Va. sidled In traffic directing on at their regular meetingon I his way through the Bar. line The!! Beur'i kicked a 28 yard

attendance at the FSUBaylorWANTED 1958 while her husband was The wedding will be solemn- State Highway 100 when an Friday.A I from about the 5 for Key punt from !the' 33: It was taken """ ,'. __,. "" ,
Iced on Friday Oct. 32, at 8 o"eorturlWld truck native of stone's first touchdown
in the service and stationed in blocked the Tallahassee on the 40 by Cooper who ran I
I Mobile. Ala., wltli the U. 8. p. m at Melrose Methodist roadway and assisted the OOM, Andrews Is a petroleum Cooper attempted to run for the bull buck about 3 yards I llrnkiu up IS yards.. tot the tMillitn nn this. I

Navy Their son, Carl was a Church with the Rev. Paul sherUfs office In the search chemist by profession, and a the extra point but didn't 'Die Indians, on the next two 'thin! quarter| play| l (Telegraph| / phiilmi by Illll Payne.. )

student In the eighth grade at Watts officiating.! for an escaped prisoner on veteran employee of the Florid make It. Penalty markers were plays, with Urokas cl1l'ryhII.1moOt
TO BUY Keystone School: Mr. Palaa- Miss Meserve Is a 1064 grad Highway 17Second Department of Agriculture, down on the play offensive, Lire ballrlhp to the .11.1 the extra point was hit hard Hide kick which fell short and

sotto Is now retired from the! uate of Keystone! High School He has been active in Rotary against Keystone 5 yards. and irrelvrd an offensive pen. '' short of the line st the end were penalised S yards for an
Saw Timber service. and has recently completed a GolfTournament since joining the TallahasseeClub Cross City received' the kick alty losing them & yard movies or the first quarter' Illegal kick. The Indians' next
course at Riverside! Beauty In 10SS, and Is also a on the 25. On" the next play the pia.hide back to the Hear tlrannln receiving attempt was good taken by
Weekend guests of the John I Academy in Jacksonville. Mr. Play leader in various communityand the Bear's lost 3 yards and 43 Keystone then made' up for I Keystone's kick on the T yard Brartnln on) the 40. Hot was

and BlrJs:! were U, and Mrs. Scott Park la a graduate of Forrest Held Sunday civic projects' lie was recently were penallwd: 5 yarJs fo Illegal the penalty. haw. on a pitch line, took off like he was golivtQ tackled by Stokes, Bmnnin
Wilson of Eslin Held at Fort High School In Jacksonville,. presented the Silver procedure( Keystone declined buck piny with Cooper flcrtfootlng I somewheie, ran Into Bro- waa tackled by Murrhee ..ndOl..nn

Walton Beach. Mrs. Wilson No invitations are being I The second meet of the Beaver Award for dUittnaul'h.1 Mllllgnn. halfback for 57 yardi for the In1dlnns 1 kai and Cooper, WAS ilowtind on the next play and
PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY I the former Donna Bird. Is the sent but all/ friends and relatives I eight-week. mixed best-ball ed service In Scouting. the Bears fumbled" ) on the i second Tt, on tho "" Rimln carrying thrown for a 10 yard 10811.Orannln's ,
: of Dr. Paul Bird of Await
4 daughtep; of the couple; are Invitedto tournament. rained out the next play recovered his own Homer trying to run it for the Ilrars way up next attempt) was a
Lakeland and the niece of Mr. attenj the ceremony and I week before. was held at the Driving Courses I fumble but was thrown for j the, pass. Intercepted by Indian
and Mrs. Bird. U, Wilson la a N.h U w hbU e
reception, which will follow at Keystone Oolf and Country \to"s 5 yard moving the bait am as re
graduate of the Air Force Academy the home of the To Be SponsoredBy sounded ending the half
bride-to-be. Club Sunday afternoon. bark. to the 2J Unabln to iiuln
The couple attended the \\1'41'
Flortda-LSU football game Winner for the day's play Lions Club the nec ssary\. 15 yards for a Keystone's COoper caught
Bible Club Will 1 were Mrs. Arthur Ketch and tint down. Cross City end over near Brsnuln's opening second
1; 5 ML So. Starke on 301 during Weir visit.Back Meet Prank DenUJeyker.: with a net "The Keystone Heights Lions' v endnl a 35 yard punt half kick on the 5 yard

; Phone 964-0241 bee after-a threeweek. Tuesday : of 39. Sn scond place were Club will porunr a driver Irapewvenvnt u"-. Indian Homer took the ball I Ion line and returned. the ball to
&4H>O- nile trip *x* Mr.
the 27: Redman lllnck. on five
Mr.-and Mra.-W.Huntler Redteam. course starting made to the 4ft
the It
t Contact L. II. Outlaw and Mm.. Fremont" Tollea.TheirJourney Opening\ tate for the Chi : 48.
I ..!'with 11.n: *'tied for October :31 tor four consecutive before bring flattened by Dear carrltw moved the /bull up to
took. 'Item to Maw dren's Bible Mission Bible'
I ILions
r Club will be Tuesday at 3:30: third were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thursdays.-' cooper tlon with I M' \ lineman Pugay, Hrokas carriedthe the 40. Broke had plowed up

s, p m. at the home of Mrs. Fred Stsrnes and Mr. and Mrs T the Florida Highway Patrol ball 10 yard:! In two play 10 more Indian yards when
Dodd Conducted by the Miss- 1 J. Hswes. with 32. and the Oi.rater Duval Co. for the Indians. fumbled the the penalty marker went
Ladle FInal. ThursdayLast Safety Council ball and recovered his own down -IB yards against Keystone
Ann Bell and Reba Thompson
Keystone Drive-In TheatrePhone the! meeting will be held for Thursday marked the J Instructor for the course will fumble. Keystone gained another
one hour,, final play of !the team play be &tlC. Ron Elliott: of the ....... 2 yards and on the '01. flinch regained 4 yards on

473-1560 : An entirely new program of tourney. with the tolling FUP." assisted by Gay Livingston lowing play Homer trotted :It the next carry then It wtuiCooper's
Stones' victorious In the 18 of Keystone. shied turn to kale .a. more
10-aatuevemeni Ia planned for the v. yards for the Indian's I
hole medal play. Led Its Classes will be held !IQt.h yards. On the following play
It's Our First Anniversary! year, and all children In by "':"' touchdown.
.. ......
Mrs afternoon evening fumbled
grades 1-4 are encouraged to captain. A. U Dante the and at the Cooper's extra point kick fndlMl Homer recovered

Be Our Guest At A attend the Initial meeting and team was comprised of Mrs. Keystone Municipal' UulMlng/ ; Mow St. William's Pre'iae--j tell sldfwaya. no good his. own fumble but
bring their Bibles to receive Arthur Ketch. Mr. Gay LlvIncsum the afternoon classes scheduled Cros City's receiver: fumbled lost about: yards Redman

the full benefit of the pro* and Mrs. Al Watson. at 4 p n> and th..f evrn. Plrtumt above are threeheal mower donated for the purr. I I the bull Homer rerovere: horns picked Ui 20 more
Free Movie Fri. Sat. Oct. 8 9 iram.1 Winners of the nine-bole Irtg at 7 p. m: Person eligible Lions Club nwmtwrs, alp, pone by the E I 1))1CII' for Keystone on the :3H.! setting., yards on a pass/ reception from
A limited amount of transportation medal' play were "The ImPrellI for the) course mint be licensed << members of Bt William's The piojwt, which resulted. up another Indian scot'tin Micky. llrokaa .before beln/
sions." which included Mrs. R. win be fur > drive. In .seven plays, headed.
provided I Catholic Church who volunteered In a savings of church funds,
"THE GREAT ESCAPE"Starring bus students' living not morethan T Martin captain Mrs. David will be charged la take care of. their services In mowIng was carried out by left to by Hrokas and Illmk, carrying made.a short trip! to the 30.
Parka. Mrs. Marshall Oallop. the ue" o/ the equipment. tackled by Hear Oreen lim
two miles from the Keystone the ten acres of property right Cleoryo Hrhaeffer.. ..IIIMcon..rveUon the ball with Ilrokss goIng -
and Mrs. Albert Bachmann. But Elliott will apprise' the ally markers went down Ionian
ovptI.. from the 3
Garner School. score
Steve McQueen. Jamei For further Information "belonging to arvj surroundingthe chaliman... ; Charles -
Winner of the handicap Claasee of the recent changes for Keystone S yards.
yard line, giving Keystone
and Anthony Quinn phone 437-4783. church with a tractor-type" MoOlave, district governor
tournament was Mrs B. rAlken. arid additions In the highwayrules' their fourth touchdown Orokas" carried, for 10 on the
and: Martin Ramos! secretary -
with a net :39.Ttiday. I feud "regulations and next play, followed by Homerwith
fans ,
'I1i Jons Club, tpesrheaded Thai yelled for moreTlie
Brunswick for salmon flatting. play began at 8JO: ..1 with the u...e of a magnetic another 9 yards.. thertllrokat
Our Snack Bar Menu Will Include Donaldson reports that! one ot \ by Mi. '(Hove, has purtk'lputrd extra point wss claim1by
Prince Edward: Island for golf m.. followed by a covered dish f\ board win set up traffic// and the classes Is nearly filled at lia number of Ilrokss with a straight/ kick again with A more
and relaxation and the luncheon at the home of Mrs. driving problems to test the this time lllnck picked up :3 more yards.
worthwhile for K.y.tun"The
..1ua-.20 Hot Dotc-.2S mountains of Vermont for Oay Livingston with, the Individual's/ comprehension of community pru"I I Indians attomptxd a Another penalty against KeyCemtlniswt -

Chili Dojra -JO Barbecue-..40Cokex. more golf Their travels In the monthly business meeting to the laws. Movies and elideswill Jects. I f on next pig I
north woods were st the time be held thereafter, also be shown to further rla.ueNotebook. 13.50 at tliTFI .

Sprite and Orange Drink of early autumn splendor in emphaslae the need. for a personal ..EIISAI'll.MURRHEE. :I
.10 and .20 the maple and birch leaves as District Five highway safety program HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS
well aa many others In the There will be no driving Instruction KEYSTONE

Popcorn-.15 and .20 forests of which so many postcards FFWC Work.hp using, << automobiles I

and calendar picture* Held In Ocala but the mavnctlc board will I
4, Ice.Cream Sandwiches Erkimo. .Pie, are made. I I simulate actual conditions and Insurance Agency DIRECTORY

Nutty Huddle*-.15 Jt' IK c-Li'n TO MET Attending the fFWC DUI will provide for classroom I I General Insurance
The October meeting o( the I I trlct rive Leadership Workshop group participation. ,

i'opack-.10 Keystone Junior Woman's ,t In Ocala last week were In thane of registration/ for FIKK- CAIMMf.TV' M *. I I

Club Is slated for Thursday, Mrs. John Bird. president of the two classes are MarshallDonaldsun. RINK: Al'Tt*-IW>NIKHeight. AITUANCKS: AIHO) HKI'AIK:

1 'II I'I the Keystone Woman's Club. phone 412-41n.1 I K.ydao. )I .. 474TM I I 1
.i Mrs, Edward D'Nld.nt and Martin. Ramos 479-lOMO >rne.>a Nursery
BEST BUYS of the Metros Worn iT V Service Center I Goetzman:: tiros. 'Illwar. 100.lorahnm.27-
INC an's Club: Mrs. Cart Voylrs. GarageInI.f1C Mile* BID of Mark.Nursery .
Keystone Publicity Chairman a. it. TIIIKM.: ProprietorAuthorised
I Stock Thou

rte.. a oeerr vwwt v.. .' WOYV, and Mrs J. A. Williams. Bring Us Motorola.. Phllco : WOKK ands. of "w.W r malt
b.ta e*a tau eel. M.s.. OOtt tot.a The meeting held at the Bales am) flervlr. MCyrOltlOIIY t'AiNTIN(1i'OIITAIILE Tress to ehcmee frnm.Ac Nice
# F r Pawn awn. jNM Florida Bank Building was Your Shade Tr.... Evergreens:
+ssr.'r'au S eeotal ea al l I REAL o hosted by the Ocala Junior Money Mervke. ;I.bltkI/ Laml""cap. Plants All In

Woman's Club and featuredrpeskera c Problems TV u 11.0 MTr.ur.o' ,11.s lawn Nm..r.OuthnerdMotor.. rontslncn plant anytime .
CamdlUs. aaalsaa.I .
hatarr.rYM A AetL on leadership and J'UUUC TV .
parliamentary procedure ..t IM tin your kwMl.aping
KtfYa..t\ telgD the morning coffee sessionA If you need cash to pay Work ni.mninte) TV Rentals Hwy 21\ Kvystone heights 111. (ISI-.VWW Nights I.1. andUKAI.
nOw h sort too. gut.. report on the workshopwill \r H..y.UHMi llolghl. 4T3-444I. Nat to Drive- Theatre
tinst.wodwo vo sat a roots.veu re.-t'te. l be given at the initial fall f medical or denial Mil I."' .... /73-net' : KSTATK:!
..... 4T33IS1UTO
Ultra "
business meeting ot the Keystone '
r''" I.IUIE I.OT1T
In cnnMillciale
Woman' Club. atatrd Dryer Special !
.\(1 t.MY: JX. rr. HKACIIS.E.McKay
for :3 p. m. Tuesday at the s-r, 1. deht to buy an automobile / SFuvtcEHENDERSON'S,:' ..30..... t>

Keystone Municipal Building 4 Cycles, only $129 O'K'II'! TF.JUII
,+}dr ) or home apr (WT t tNKW

Boy Scouts : pli.mre or for any : & IWKU TV KICTHTONB ,IIKlOirTH Realtor
MAY NOT BE BANKERSBUT Plan Camp Trip Service Center Phone 473-414
t ; other worthwhile purr ..1N,1I'I'ItINCF:4/) : : Oil PrmlnetaKOI
At AirportThe Mamtsrq I
UllhWheeler _"Ire, I
pose, we have the loan! > "nriivicf' : HKHTA: If RANTS
Keystone. BT Smut .e Jahnaun f>iitb tr4 -

troop under the leadership of i rw 44 tll meet your nee.l.. Discount Maioo A. N rv1cen Be Idler's Holiday
will hold a AITI.IAM'K: : HTOUK: I .hlng' 'r.... hU. Muntlug
J. Steve Moor

We Can Show You How To Save Money camp: session Saturday antS8und.a A low-cow bunk !ban 1 La the sensible. way to wlve l :21 .v>nM FyuIpre', "tBeet.TnrI.rsrtea. nil Kp.1teP, Restaurant.
!located Uee/er
at the camp site your financial' problem' Tailor made to fit your ...,lr.iM and| Keystone I fnr.rM>rtUm hey 2t\.ino New Ownershiptill.
, in the Keystone Airport .'.., ._ 4TT-40OT VAHHtF.: :
property budget provide the rah when you need it. witha ".1. MVtlftlOKK1CK Key r
members wtohing minimum of red tap allow plenty of time I OPKN 7 BATS W-EEKL.T:
A3 troop illKAIITV: !SIMM'
x to attend are asked to meet at for payment. / : Ht.r.It(:. : Full l>'um" 1'1'- _

ON THE SPOT BANK FINANCING the hoe of Steve Moore. not (1- AI. c..a.-tr..s.n. Yad.
Our experienced a4vUor will ron..Ider your pn.l>- SUPERIORBUTEE Plum Pie tAU Mkmlt
.. later than 10 a m. Saturday,, 'I'IIINTINGI .: ;
who have resvehed 11 lem In confidence. help you work out t the ken ncr.itt :
rlt years of .ee and are Interested plan best nuited to your. particular need. Stop In SHOP t Block North of Red Light
!In Seouline are asked to call and talk It onrJlh u* today.
/ C & C MOTORSAUTO Moore at 473-47X7 for detail nci fmm 8 Tin 5ils ( .: CARS

concernlnc application for lt.t. a Uexlt

i SUPER MARKET troop membership KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember County After ft fly Apxintment Only Hanks Used Cars

F.D.I.C Ha.
Oct. 14. at 7-JO p m. In the Keystone heights Nettle MUtrht>oofTY. Oi ,r and 3-T Shop
conference room at Clay Zlec- Your Friendly.. Rank In Your Friendly OperatorlriorM. Buy Sell Trade
Slarke I'h. !941-3101.
;! trig Co-op. Commuarty." Stop Pies. 47345.10hen. linn,. 100 S mi. South
a. featured speaker for the ,. 4TJ-309 of Btarlta
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J vember. TTTTTTTTTTT? T f f f .. about 55 boys in the program Matchett. Bell did not score Dornardavlllo. New Jersey North' ".dt"rd'' County. Florida and .springs r line of old Bt.rk.-Gree.. contlnn CAti,
Clark f) the Board of
Younr nodflril that .
erly '
Circle 2 met at the home of this year and they! seem to in this quarter. a suit' la> 'equity hereby for divorce haha. Ita C..IUY.orrcl.Uo.nml.lo".re h.dlnl MOI'I Ul .' Weet I...
"' KEYSTONE Mrs. Emily Ison last month. MELROSEBy have big plans. This victory ties Melroaa! ... le.n' filed acalnct Salmon. you In 'the by S1.etl; I (ou.ty ..rid.. i '}attached renter, th.!Ine.of Nortti said' .j8 Stark.-feet to.

HILITES She Is the first retired post The first F. F. A. meeting with Cedar Key and Hawthorne abova named Court and yon sectIon l : C1fTIY.. la a, true and cor Oreen Cove Hprlnce Road

master to ''build her lovely was held Tuesday night Sep. for second place: In the River ari aummon"iiid, onltnM rent' a Heaalutlon adopted ,thence Bald In *'oent.rfin.easterly dlrevtlq,
Rowe and to film Welt'ten thence by 0"7 the Board 'of County Ktuna; of oldS'.rk.O..n
Joyce! EaCh team rciialrcd, your
home in the Postmasters Retirement tember 21. at the) Ag Building land Conference. answer or defense. ,to the Comjnlnelonerit of BradfordPountx Cove SpringS| >

VlHnge. She was assisted 475-5892! and there were about 25 or 30 luau lost one game. This will bB uomplulnt 'lit acId. 1.11114 In the to. Ita- i"lorhdwat'ui eVans. called -. ft to pph.t at !>..'.
(From rnvi'oillng Page) Nettie Smith Pbone Friday night when offlti.of the Clerk the .".\. Mouth V meeting; (held. on Tuesday. and bontalnlna *1.6Iaviraa
by Mrs. ............. d...... members present. The main changed Hawthorne on, styled Court at 8Iark.. Urad No.. ( I > September 14.' Its*, and avpear. mor-i.of I.,. aiul' lyh> '
will\ be Mis; Mary and Mrs./ Tracy Baker. Sr. ItemJ of business 'were: election Melrose meets ford Ounty, Ilotlda. .on or before log of rarord I I. Mlnut Book I South of old Btarka..GeanVQee
evening! that field.Keystone,. the 18 111(15.( Rainaja M the Board of Co mm' springs Seed In EotZ4E4.t'f4EiS )
Arthur Brainerd led the to learn the Melrose
Mrs. We were sorry CnUntl
of to fill
of officers b.h
vacancies -
Gainesville i I4M
Oresliam. and' to serve a copy ,, erly aloner of County, S."II1 'Cwaelp t
Daughters of the American Bible study program and Mrs. Mrs. Dock Tison Is a patlsnt I John Allen was electedvlcepiesldent upon Yawn haw plaintiff' In" Florida.' tR It 'E If':
the circle HOllpltlIl.While .. .address 131 ( ', WITNESS MY HAND AND feet atarll Road, -_
Clarence Davis ('holr-i in Alachua General whu. : V .
Junior .
will be / and Jordan alo.n. ,
whose topic 1..' of .
( Revolution, Walnut > Rtarkv, I OFFICTALalCALs- t8t.rNe. w..t.S. .wlthjii
"I..t. .
1 1"Pictorial History of the Flaaof man announced( the various she is away. Mr. Tlson's was elected! treasurerj.setting ]. Area Florida, on'or .. saId date .. Bradford County, jKlorlda% IbiS 40 t..o ... rta.* .o t
projects for the next two mother Mrs. Marty Tison is initiation : a. ra<|uliad. by the, Java of Hnod 14 day of ".plembe.A.. V. 1DS5. Htate Road k. 0iti.rt dl000v.
tim United States. < up the cere- Florida and the rules of alone ( ). Uou said server lIeS Jxlntjte. I
t During! the. business eeaslon. month. staying with the family.Mr mony for new members [to beheld Church ServicesBaptist If you fail to Civi, fL CHARLES A.PARBT- .". .. fellows '. '>- .
Circle 3 enjoyed" a luncheon Bus OTP Pro..dur. beenter.d Charles 'A.. BeelnnlnB' a* ..".,
and Mrs Roger a pro confaaao will rut| of the
and >
of the October 14 at night '
pro- :
t reading
the flist ) Section at. S
the home of Mrs. Robert born against you fur the relief Market Cir.ul Townehlp 1ftU"',
v pused revised bylaws will be at parents to a baby boy. deciding to have a Sweetheart demanded In th..Domp'.lnt.Tbl" Board of County Cnmmlalonem / Rangw It e..r"l. '
will be given to Dodd. chairman. at which 13 Thursday night at Alachua contest If enough persons are notice shall baj publ"h",1on" .. HI ,, Bradford .County,. "" t der tf .iu.41fe'!'-
c held. Tickets members were present and each week for ( ) CR> .f ida. tn nc*: a." 4 dew 'st' toH..
The baby V V
each member for donations tot Gaunt General Hospital. interested, I tenalively set for J. DBowen. comierutUa w. k. In the Bradford ad the tj It- 4t "t1c.u' I lutes reef, run Ihenr.t x) .- '
four guests. Mrs. R. A. and 6 oun- First Baptist! Rev, 14 40" B. .I44J.O' .feet
8 pounds tU'tsb.innIng
Hibiscus Cottage weighed Thursday night! Oct. 21 J. The Coanty! TeleitraphWltnnaa ."
the club project. co-chairman was assistant pastor: Ralph Copeland my hand and the board I : I I of a .drv ''cnncav
1 Training Cen- ces. r boys also voted to conduct the o-the. a
at Sunland nealof aald COllrt'.t Htarke, ( westerlyhavIn4 radliam
William Reynolds -
I the hostess and Mrs. Albert Spires Is home following annual "Sla'e' Auction" on organist. Hradfurd County, Florida thla Sealed received In of 1".1' tt. ran' ,, sponsored by 'al.w. Ih.
ter. which Sr. led tho devotional. operation.Mr. .. ", Worship services : SUnday: 13 day of Heptembcr 1106, JUI Ro.m.... Rra"'rd Coun-I "' "said .rrt.l
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Twenty books of trading a Thursday night. November 4. DAHUY ).Courtho. II.rk. Florida. I through a total central *'
club. Members were reminded of the 11 7:30 nt [nursery CHAKLiK8 A. board: :00 A M..
Whitten a. m., : p. : day
and Mrs. OH I Ifh. of 04 Ov 0a dtatanfe jdjf
on and wotk as "slaves" on Nov. Clerk of the Circuit Court : dee
will be given away 0' ..
stamps coming 'bazaar and their chairmanship spent last weekendin ; open). Wednea Nov 27 at Bolote Dnws. of the luncheon. assisted of Largo 6. for the persons bidding Sunday School 9:48: .. m By OharleH A. Darby. Clerk .." oUier' .moor buIlding Sad 1 curve run Ih.n"* S. 'f deg> 13Vto"

1 HU.MWEEN CARNIVAL ,by members of Circle Melrose. highest on each "Slave." ( ). Tralnln/ UnIon (Real of the Clriult Cout) board .100.2801 Impr."em.nt.and 2JJ on'S->Heelluna 90I In W.'.lit Met la the .c.nte.'
of nursery open line at StatRoad
Jones tifiAWIll run ?
Mr. and Mrs. Casey YAWN l0-A,1
W. E. Dampier Vo-Ag. 1C'ou
Keystone PTA Halloween Mlckle chair )." C"D"r. iat1.1t5, _
4. Mrs. Henry 6:30: m. [nursery opencat"ollc Month Walnut StreetStarke. b..rd
San Diego. California arrived that he is p. on*1dere4 unfeaa ConlainlnaT, .G.c5l acre rnore..oPIeee
Carnival plans are underwaynow. teacher, reports ). FI"rld. ." It .
la aubmltted on- the offktaf
with requests going out man.Mrs.. Alma Frost has returned Wednesday afternoonfor slowly but surely getting out Attorney for Plaintiff Mat thence propo.r form provided hy excluel nt I way. "o.C ezialing.gl4right J

to parents for old dishes food. from a six-month vacation a visit with Mr. and Mrs. to the homes of the Ag students St. Williams Fr Thomas 3-18' 4t 10-8 -' Old Such the .$tatw Road rPI.tment OWNED. BYi -Marlorf ciritttr.Ajtxin.
prOposal '
1 am offers of assistance for the visit with friends In: Illinois William Isenhower. While the to meet their parentsand Kelly priest in charge: Mrs. R.fDr.'r.o") TO AMRMII BMHOI.I'TION Roitd m.11 rea-ardlaar r.m.thi*ald'Cal.far4nipeoUon ,-Sarah, T.Urlflla. Orlffla; JAhnnl amt..tr1M- f.tTlfla

J evont, A number of new events and her" son and family in Jones are here the Isenhawcl'splan look at their supervised E. A. Lamm organist.<< AH AWM IFI A") South ln... af bel"- end wire Me\bl'
show them of .. : "HV "" ) may ha oll.'n.' rrom Ot-irrie .Vernun.
are on tap. Includlnir a special; Massachusetts. She Is staying to farming projects. Masses: Sunday 9:15: a. m. .0.: ..'"MtItCeISFflS 'CI' ( I* Wilton-; CM.r. >r. Jamea ; drlfflai and wlf*

prize to the high s-Iool) cl3-: = with Mrs. Marguerite Grennan, the wonderful sights In this CHURCH NEWS slons S to 5:30: p. m. each Sat- IO'I'TY''ORI CIMIVfV. 111.015. Rans-e : : : : : pertlea M.n..m..1. ,l.u.ldoi> CherylOrWflai, J.a. OrjfflaCtwa

which does thmo t f> nialt-: as Mrs. Grennan was able to area.We BaptistA urday. I 111, ...I.K. "NCI'81R"tl. .,11_. 1 Ad".I'n. Department-, ,Florida V LaUe Crows; Hue and flrlffla buebasud'tiea, nilth

the carnival .'ueee-f! Several \ go into her own home after a received a letter last special tea. was held last Novena atvt Benediction I .' PIR'"II"IM.II.' A1,,"r.'" (NWV CHy. Florida.Eaoh V and husband Charle HiOUS;
Mrs. Augh- week from Mr. and:! Mrs. Grant uild- I I IBI'\ nOl', AIIVIIIHTIIIITH bid must b* accompanied .Paul Slogan: Paulette
) surprises are planned.: In- few! weeks stay at week at the Educational Monday, 7:30: p. m. 8 caahler'e Cheek or Ho-i
Isl0- .
that ( DI "T" u'os1wIsIosl'Il: 11" van; Henry fnenaon; Donald
stating they
eluding one for the pnra-ic. according trey Vance's. Rothhammer ing for the O. A.'s. The event I I TIIHI' C A'l> noncaiM-ellabl Innlrumnt Btenaon:. Denlca
to carnIval: cochairman The Annual State Conference -I planned to leave Chokoloskec was to welcome new girls/ to -fnterdemonlnatlonalCommunity TMB KI.KC.'TIOM) PMr.fl4TITIIEHKFOH. thenre 'In the amount o'$100< > for aoj: .M.nro."Tlm..,)1.n.

of the Fellowship of Community and go to LaBelle for a while. the Junior Auxiliary' and Church Dr. : Of TIIK tOl'NTYnf terly' one film, ISO each 'o Iwo' or ohl THnan., ; Tillnaaa:
Tha pro- mare but In
: not
aeorse LiRue! car- iiRAitroHii. rr.,'rn otrWHKKBAS. Htarke I l.m.up June |" ; and
nival Is scheduled, for Oct. 30. Churches will be held\ Dr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson mote five girls to Intermed- A. C, Holt, minister; Mrs. FLORiDA. Crum exceed Thl aguarantee .u.b. .Wayne. .Crewtg.

the week of Oct. 18 at Tampa. and George and Janice John- iates. George Camova, organist on the 3rd d.1 of ly th.. bId..", I ". Aajnaa.oriffla. .TIIU
starting with 4 p. m. parade. 199. the ". of euiceaaful."will. nto. Btenaon di.,
anJ! will be held In the city Anyone interested in attend son of Atlanta. Georgia spent Those welcomed into Junior Sunday School. 9:30: a. m. County n..mb.r.CommtMiloner. of Bradford .., .written >contract In kaeplna; -eaaed. and '.rr.I"H..n.. '".

park. ing should get in touch with last weekend with Mr. and O A.'s were Sandy FInn. Pat Morning! Worship. 11 a. in.fTUraerr county Florid adopted a alona; Deposits with the aabmltted term nf his by proposal' auiaus.oaisut ton Sweat and huahaa 4HnlortlwM -
with amendmentsdefining it Marshal Thorn
> ;
SMALL: WORlD! DEPT. Mrs. David Nelson. The stewards Mrs. W. O. Preston. They were Thompson. end Edith Belk. ( open both hours.. by number and dnafrlb. IH ( bidder will b* r.urnlimmediately ton beSts of VlrclnMOrlC-

Excerpts from a letter written will meet at 7:30: p.m. here for the Florlda-LSU foot- Those promoted to Inter- -Epi.oo.'ai. In* by boundary the Coun'l ; followIng; determination fla ,Thoraton.'decea.ed,i aad
..' Dlatrlrta 0 ( I) of aucceaaful biddai'aThe nnknowa heirs .d..Hee
Oct. 11 In tho educational ( ( -
by former Keystonlan Sue Monday. ball game. mediates were Betsy Huff St. Anne's Rev. W. W. thru Five ((6) and the election' section Department reserve the and/or other claUnaa t

Spencer to Helen Wlllcox Marshall building. Be sure to circle October Christine Brantley Martha WontaU. vicar; R. O. Cope- 1 precinct therefor of the County 1.n.e rl'*)tit t e reject any J..efroreajt bid unSer. Alma, Orlffle, 4P.ItBJtC .. -
and walv
of Bradford Htate of Florida, 5"V to hr.J. > d -
were Included In Mrs. 30th on your calendar and Mathews Connie Morris and land organist I and Wa.r may *h* deemed for, |the .
Marshall's "Incidentally" column Indians Win keep It free. This is, the day Rachael Ashley. This Is the Morning Prayer and Ser HIREAH. sell Resolution' wih W..t Interest Properties:I l of the Manacement State. Outdoor V r."e 101 T." CertlflcaU Bonk "-at

in an area newspaper last Over Cross City planned for the annual Halloween first time there has been an mon. 2nd and 4th Sundays!, ,by. boundary, .County. ant d..rlb.d Commlaloner : -I to board Its Advertising, "i V,' .. In f."o.of flvoltaA MnttKKire '
V Maney; subject to --
week Mrs. Spencer whose Carnival. Intermediate Group In the 9:30: a. m. nursery open] i .' > District BlandlnaV. *nd. run RIBht' of Htate.Way LMvl.lonFlorida recorded iS O. H Bond

husband is with Humphrey (From Preceedmg Page) There Is a meeting of the Church In recent years. Holy Eucharist and sermon : .In lone comDialnn of Chapter wlihthaprovlH 114. FloridaHtatutea Alrln. ( V Road 'I.p.rtn.nt1/ It ( JO at 'f'age.. Natluoal J' ,4o r.'Funa.." '0'rpl.

Gold Corporation. Is well Melrose Junior Woman's Club Counselors for the Inter- 1st and. 3rd Sundays 9:30: A. further .uh.dlvll"d lon th.not -' Ine.* -

known as the author of the stone was called costing the coming up 14th of this month. I mediates will be Mrs. Helen M. [nursery open). Church Old e.unll CuniinlaMloner Dla-. Hf THE <'lRrt'rr'eOt''rov' 'TAKE NOTICE: I-h, a .r..!
three ((1) e lectlonprerlncta RMlHTH ..
trlct THIS Jl DtriIIT
book "African Creeks I Have Indians 5 yards. Hlnck rammed Duplicate Bridge Huff and Mrs. Virginia Finn'Counselors School 9:30: A. M.- "Holy EU- aa followaRlectlon : lon <. .1..1 ".I. nm .iifl(II ratlon1of the .bo.-.t Taking 'b.e. *
Beer/XJp." and was a recent through the Bear line for It seems that I failed to Include for the Juniors are oharlst, 8 a. m. etch Sunday." Precinct Xo. 1*.-Reno' rout COI 1STY. .rLoRtOl.IAl V. the Petitioner, theacnulrtlt' .

/guest on the television pro- a 12 yald gain and on the the winners of the Mrs. Grace Perry Mrs. Ada Evening Prayer; 7:30: P. M. mention Precinct No. 8-Seaboard Street. Ita STATE,'ROAD fto Kimax DKAUTMK.VT .uth.rlr taklnar o*"i.bove,

!m-am. "'1'0'1'1'11 The Truth." next play went over from, the Duplicate Bridge last week In Sheppard J and:! Mrs. Belk. each> Sunday. EYC..e:30. : P. M. Election Precinct Xo 9- Kef along or desCribed '. land, far lIve .

SIGHT SAVERS 2 for th&? Indiana's fifth TD. my nows article so here they Mrs. Grace Perry, Mrs. Flora each Sunday atone the saIl prerlncta belne- .". : ,: :Agency of the- In ta. > cauae. forth eis.p.'As,la the,rivet Petunia'

Four more persons who have The fans were cheering are: Mrs. Roland Bryan and Morris and Mrs. Thelma Preston Dairy offices of Morningand : : confined within the erly ( .. of way Borrow pit and *t
uo ,10.14. .
themselves voiceless. Mrs. R. N. Livingston, 1st r.rl' of County Commie.loner V .. ft>r a.porrlen ,, said
made donor pledges of their were in charge of the program Evening' Prayer. 8:00: A. .' Dlarrlct No. I. and the \. BRADFORD COCXTT, stat..m.nt. -.'' Bradford County
eyes to the Lions Club project! Cooper kicked the extra place: Mrs. Gay Livingstonand M. and 3:00: P. M. boundaries for earl blno particularly terly. a political' auhdWIatoa' Florida.' that the >H,nf

are Mr and Mrs. Robert t" point which was no good.It Mrs. Ray Starnes. 2nd:! The Intermediate O. A.'s will described In H.-. the of the' Htate nf Florida able Qe.irtre U ratten one -wl
Presbyterian ablution on pa.?. rive (5) there'WHRHKAS Eight ( l l V petitIonerVferrIcE Jutlaf thePS"Ire'iitin Cotft
TofllnRer.:; newcomers to Keyhtone was Brannln again receiving place: Mrs. Mary Cook and meeC on Monday at 3:30: with 0' and t' OF HI'I.t the the Eighth Judicial '

/ from Ohio and Mr. antiMI's the kick. returning the i Mrs. Val Glvrns 3rd place; the Juniors meeting at. their Faith Prwbybpmlan Church the sold Hoard of Mouth ( .. Florida, will .>,.tee er"'tof 1 .

Ralph Thomas. This a ball to the 40 where he wus. I and Mrs. Ed lonnnecker and regular time on Wednesday.Mr. -Rev. J. R. Nenle Jr., minl County ford County Cnmmlalon, Florida' or with Urad the ... .I.t UUE.V CREWS.' et. -al.llefandnnta. ""' .it f-an A.A., 1 M>.,. 1..; .

painless way to do a gnat deal tackled by Brokas and Mur. Mrs. R. P; Voprti 4th place. Omar Huff b.-ought the l Inter; Mrs. Carl Swisher summer recommendation and approval of .n. !!OTI(-B or MMKr.T noun I.OI.ot.., Courthoajeet
I Ihe Muparvtanr, of ; 1 ruo< nnDtaiIX
next play Bro- Winners In last week's organist I.rl.n. 'Florida ceasiddi'said
for others. rhee. On the game : Richard Sohne- .
message In the Sunday mcrnln deem It In tha publl I.t. .. T1IW NAME AND Y TMRAUTHORITY Deelaratlon of Takbxl.appoint .
kas Intercepted a Brannir I were: Mrs. II. T. Dent! and ? and night service. berger. violinist amend the brtilndarlea Ulectlon OF TH I.TA'fl) Ipprti.ere /and'' aSa
on the 46$! yard line setting ., Mrs. John McCullough. 1st Sundav Precinct N.,. 7- ''Reno and .. OF. Ft.ORIPAr eucl Order .aa' deanepruper
pass School
V MethodistRev. 9:45: .. m Election Prenlnct No. 1-naboard. Trt AM. WHOif It MAT All .. NEWS up another Keystoni I place; Mrs. Gay Livingston Watts Is attending the Morning Wonohl 11 a. m. I In County Cwmmlaalnne (.ly. I (C-ONCKItN. and to all* pereoaaajid. and all' parties lntereat'bt. ,
NOTES touchdown drive. Following i, and Mrs. Ray! Stamp. 2nd Sunday INW'Mop&n District No. a-'Olandln. .partIeS claiming' or having, 'and be h afdat. :
annual Pastors School at Lees- both NOW, TIIKREVonE. ITHEMOL.VEII Call any ruiM. title. 'lnlrrMtf aerate, '"d pla<* > ." .n.t. '. t
By IlilcnIf Egan. 6 yard gain by Brokes Coop' place; Mrs. Mary Cook; and burg this1 week. In oases of, hours.] bv thla HI, thetltiar along vmt>g.*t or ether lieitti'er' on ,y.u.s.d ark ofyou, are

or__ -r-nmtnted._n 43- yards. ._- for thiIndian's a Mrs. Val Glvem. 3rd: Mrs.; dire need. he can! be reached ,I touchdown.The Boyd Mrs. Gladys ... the. County of flradford. Stateof flay tHIng t tk*
sixth Paley and!
: oy caning Lee burll' Youth I rl.rW.1..1.., ralle! North following together with Hetttlon beretnforer IS
AMU' .')IaItpr. Nrwnv' fans were jumping Van Netta and Mrs W. J. CILIJIp..... ... TUB RIGhT' POINT tar th for victory. Orolick and Mrs B. P. Wright way yon. write. Come In ir r ... ftennlution, aa' .mend." ol I "".' throMan.oi" .nda 1..w. Is, l b.'.r* rKlotif H'.
yelling ,
The heat / amselect .
IxautIveIoiird .
regiilnr Tuesday, October 12 Is thi l 'this liudy irated rMioemher i. Weot ) r peratna who' are |uses. t. ahow what .1."t1; IU>*
attempted to pass tied for 4th place. your"' favorite' IC TER., known, la be dead or ,
meeting AARP Chapter ( Keystone Sub-District MYF Rally AI l. lies tin h..w"h .m..d.d. are "not Interest nr l.n.I.. i'. any'of
32-1 for the extra/ poInt-no /good-- P. T. A. BROOK fniuitahi TELE. follows' : _' alive: v have .*_.
win September Wesley Community Mothodfa!; GRAPH. I I. Jy striking from l lace flliett line C.emir 'ttaa .. .4ld ..'... .land-1.U. aot"
:30. According to chapter arid as the third quarter ended. The MelroM P. T. A. unanimously Church In Gainesville. > n/ sill. Koaiitutlon sa amended ".' Cheryl) OnffUtAddreva I..rlb.why th .
national ,by-liuvs the election Again It was Brannln taking adopted a $714.SO the boundary dem-rlptlon blnimtlon HI trnkn.*. .. 'for -"
Saturday, October 9, then p Prevlni-t No 7-Item'. 'slit'. L )1)1. 1 12.1Jama iurpnee* set forth I I. the-
of officers at the Sept '9 the Indian kick on about budget for 19B5-60\ at their" will be a bowling for MY ." Tit., ,'nl''TY oI"IUIR'1 I and .la lieu therevf the boundarlea .' ,, ( "'I.. Uon filed herein. ..' ,Fd
party "nIItT '
lum-heon was illegal. Bemuse, the 20. returning! it to the 30( first meeting last Monday 0'" HIt"'OIlIJ tn ba dAlrlb.r .. follows: 14 V3I. Addrva t'nknown lbaod'ssd
F. members ( 01 !STy. .
at Palm Lane 1.0111" ". slit| > I3It.'ISIL. III ZCh.rl. I WMP8/) .
of the former presIdents rchjtfnation Bear McDavIa gained another night. The money In to be In Oalnesvlll"\ The Iv rliOIl 51Ki:, (1..I"n p..ln.. at No.1.1.IO,' .. ( -0 I o -** thi. -

3f) days were toIapsa. .4 yards for Cross City before spent in this manner: Attendance young peo rn fl.u I il.'Iiiso. ? ItJIJllIIT, Interaction. of Market Itoad for .. Burbank, "Ir I ear= teptatnber.'A.A. I'AIUtYJ t* tSSP-.
ple will leave Melrose at 8:30: 101'"NA1I0 SNYLElt Oe..d. ..... with the $ Kail-. herein' "" i2tI'ius Mllb' .
& The rules call for the being b ii mm eel by Homer and Parties $50 00; Welfare. p. m. .. thence.a'd run M ,Alrln., alone' : R..'QICI. smith TH -CIW JTuln'
r.d. '
Hoard of Directors) to NOTICE!' ) tn AND $ (
appointany Murrhee. Brannln picked up Stoo 00; Scholarship. $200.00; : TO CUICntTOKH: the le.b".d Airline n.l.n..1Ie Bu.b. Uf" UI
Mi's.' Anyone wishing to subscribe All ptrimnii tinting' clilmi wIth H. J. siti). $ I, 3fJ. sill p'OFu' COCNTV JI"I! IDA'
vacancies. Therefore another 3 yard for the 8pl1's.On Record Player. $13$ 00; Na- or, .. '
to the "Florida Methodist"may tw'misnj. a.'nat' the utst. n l Street thence run Baatorty aloes: I.'." 0511). ..1. UU 111.5a15u liy. Charles Dly..oa."
Helen Kgan: was .Appointed )liy the next play the Bears tional and State Dues. $43.50; Itohprt lurnird Weldon Street to II. intereertlon *f WaiTha .
the board to till the vacantly fumbled. Glenn recovered foi Founders" do so by giving our sub- .ssd. are Mr..Inld.r. with Water Street, thence run hoard part'ef- Bug*ne r. >'.i.w. rixHity *
Room Count $8.00; Kcrlptlon and WMer Street at ,ha NScorner et '. *l.. and-\
of for money to Mrs. A. L. re.lulr,4. to flu. th l, Southerly along Cnm..n. to. .FI.'I. ,
president the remainderof Keystone.On Day $2.00; Past President Hilliard. elalme In the olfic. 01 the .. I' intersection with fltate "_" N/I f' NC' _etlo. ", Town- Store :J. l.e'.'
the year. a fast series of five plays PLn. 12.00 Hospitality Subscription pdlce It I County Judge or nracUonl. ""d No. |IS (Hrownlr Mtreell.thenre ). ( ,. lt.n.. It Eaat. run Holland '". ,
Mra.' Stewart tendered her ; $1./B(| I per year (ounIJ. .Iorlda. in ih. ('.."nl" run Kastenly along IUaleI.d I. South feaftopulal of "In. TaU. ._ FIrMa -. '
Hinck rammed the Indiana/ $4000: Printing. $1500\ ; County The Churches In I.., *|, "''ar. Mo. l I ( nl.. StreetS CI.". : BintMid p..lnt being the cent Of Counsel 105" tde.PCtitIPndqs.
MelroseCelebrated V
resignation as pro-tern vice way from* the 48 to the 21 College Scholarship $1000; Ida. '. .1. .t """r I. .n..neclon. with the Old i VII H'.:toft
and Mrs. Bthol World Wide. Com, mmrth. from tho president .of tun .,
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yard line. Then Brokas fumbled Small Playground Equipment first' --- -- ... ==usm5mm- -.... a-. V
munlon Ii pull'aton of this notice) ,. :- -=.F .u : -- I -
man was appointed in her \ special! services., :: -.. =
Cobb for Cross City recovered 10000. -T. .ma "II| is cm.. void '
7>lace. The oflU-o of correspondng Sunday.Mclnixf. a.on'1 nw
breaking up Keystone's Mrs. Josephine Reed president '
i4eplsnlber 5, M sI"M -
secretary' was Ailed by appointment Top. Boll, /nS-ll' ,
drive for anothertouchdown. pub"f>"Ul
announced a new system '>"' September DIRECTORY'
by Mrs. Nettle The Melrose Mu.ttangi I BUSINESS I
Smith. for room count. with parents gained their mncond victory 01, /./ Klin II. Snyder :
Bear Mllllgnn then carriedthe registering for their chlldrensclalllll'ooms Rxwutrlx of the will aol I ARE
the 1.t
Officers and chairmen attending season Friday night,
ball for 8 yards before arrive at wits of Hol U".r". l I __ V ______,
as they $nyil. __ _
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Hlnck and Cooper reached the meeting. 1011., i /were: Mrs. Camille Stewart, The Mclrone boy turned k. riorlil' .'.
membership chairman; Mrs. him. Mtlllgan trying another Other highlights! of the .hi a great! performance as they, Attorney for r.'Koutrli. SERVICE I I IA.IW S L CHAIN SAS'u ) .

William Bourn Sr., arrangements carry was slammed by Homer meeting were the presentationof scored! in every quarter!' 41. 41 ion AUTO SAI.E -I, MotofcJ .

as co-chairman' withMr. gaining no yardage. Brannln Past President's pen to iMelixxra scored early In the I A. & J. Saw Streit'a Bicycl Shop

and Mrs. William Reed; then tried to make It with a Harvey. Finn last year's presi- first/ quarter when Paul P o- II*TIIK TI4B 1'IUTI', JVIXCMI.. tOIHT 4'IH.nt: Barkley Motor., Inc. Replicars, & Mower 'Co.iot HONDA

(airs. Bert Chrlstoffers. rliulr- carry but was thrown for a 5 dent: and the announcement distort went ten yard for a 111'1 1..1.ri.oNiiiA IM KCC.c

plan of hostesses; Mrs. Ethel yard loss/ by Redman Norrla that Gilbert/ Reed U In charge touchdown and Junior Jordan Hit 'U.'O'l tl ( 01 "r"AI, e IftIUMFUS Jpte C 8p4> Aff. Ifrr. ..1..

Wcyman hospitality; Mrs. Cross City punted Keystone of the Halloween Carnival kicked t the two extra :polnta., I a-M I' t''I.HYt: ( ".. 50. FIAT S -$ ITo Saws -.'A--2.,11'"o

.Axel Malmgrrn! program\ and<1 blocked It. taking over the ball Committee the club's chief Tho second touchdown cam I A..1.1. F'Kiillnti i i Mmlih, BM et SUE ALTA-BOMCO V V- SALES rr*.-. '

entertainment for luncheon on the 2fl. then" fumbled it money-making project for the with a pas from Butch Ar- Ilaln.lf. V Repair oa 8ZRVC BCHWIKN JHCTGUB9 .

meetings UHnlntcil by Mrs. Ju. back to Cross City. Keystone year. It was announced that wood to Walter/ Sturdivant. M.t.| .flmlth. TT* Speetk. la.JUI. Pal Sales. Locksmith A 8af..Wa

lbs Hanson Axel threw the Bears for another The P"''orl. AALB0rMtwy Or.1 ,tU W. Catmulty .
; Malmgrcn the Carnival would be held Mustangs brought their or* MT < A"

treasurer; Mrs.\[ Nettle Smith. 3 yard loss. Then Bear Mllll- Saturday October 30. sore to 22 in the first quar.. I IS: TIF NAII"V1TII1S STATE Tae Mechanic- 15.. SO4 1073. N.DIv. ., I nar It77
acting secretary. ; and Mrs.. /gao ran for a 10 yard gain Room count was won by Mrs. ter when Anvood passed. te], Tn' statue' i : IM CTKAJ* USED CABS' TV I IU-1 .

Egan former cuiespon
secretary Bear with another 29 and Jordan Vo" that -I .
Fuguay Crenshaw'tt 1st grade. again kicked the hor.ibr "Olf" a&t.acilLI. I7X-43TI
The 'board declined ,the for Cross That was two extra 5 suit J 'I. equity, I. .hlrh the AUTO SALVAGIPaul' CONCPETE PHODUCTStKStaT af
stig- yards City. !Miss Tl-um.. Celebrates Birthday point rrllrt loukht. i U < ,-. .nd child ;
gestlon of inviting many out- It. The whistle sounded endIng Miss Vicky Tison was honored Bell's only touchdown In the, ham been tiled .(.Ini.l JgzP.a. -- -

of-town chapter presidents to the game Keystone's first with a birthday party first quarter came. with a 42, In you the hy ibor AnIHIa. _m.d Paulino uhess-t Smith and of 4 l Drive :THAT- ALL .YOUR : '/
attend tho Oc-t. It luncheon. victory this season. given by her mother Mrs. DIanne yard aerial from Wayne Williams -, .,">*. and your. mmmnn.1. r CONCRETE rBooccrsARJC KtANXZX .A.t
'when Lloyd Gardner 'will 'titorul R' too to Don "irdcrtd and required tn' Vile RMBLR. Auto '
bad Strickland.
s more people .
'' Glass
Tlson lost Monday afternoon i
your written .n.w.r or Aitrnm. Tint BUST rtctfttEdwards .
nnd present .the chapter couldn't have boon there to at the Melrosn Woman's Ahead 22-6 at the !klnrilng> ih. rompUlnt' 'In Mid races Atnertaa ** economy Ok- : C' Tub ". '

charter as official mate Hold see It. Club House It was her sixth of the Becond .qiiarter. the, in ii;, Tk tn. of office Mlit' of Court it... U".I.n.. .a I Wt Bur' Wf Buil : 0.. .
director. The board and members Keystone StatiMIr. Mustangs noon added I. :
another P'Insld.. TOP
birthdayThe/ or b.i'oru. I nth Motor Supply a' .
'' appreciate" the courteous. Posses 1; complete/ totirhdnwn o.Arwood thew a | "." of 'l'loh.. .. lint, and tn"rvii Ridgay ee Wa.. .
enjoyed] by
party was .
''Perml lon of the churt'h First downs :U, Rushing 10 yard p uw to Allen. Bell v a <-opy thereof on Kollu Afl Make A MaJ 77. 'Mall-. cu
about ni: of her little friends. KnIght' riatneir> Attorney. ma rv MaltS US *
"ibixircla' In the line of the church 20. passing 1 was scoreless. .!J. the second,I .hn.. aililroM 'I. P. m Dr_.. .."J 8
facilities and under tho present Yards They played games and enjoyed quarter] I' ...k.. Klorld' sit l 'on or : 0..nt..11 P I"I OArNV1UZ In"ln
ORlnf'd-J11. Running Ice cream/ and cake.. foro aald data. M
building program of the 351 Passing, 20. Assisting) Mrs. Tlson! were Cliff Kirk dominated the <<> dn a decree pro you cnnf full..0 e, I B&G'Motoi's.Co'VADILL.ICOLDSMOaTL: Tototypai HorvV* : SUPLE PI.ATINO :' -

new flanctiinry. feel that simple Fumbles, 3.Penalized coring for Metros"" In the nec- will twi .n'.r.d against' youfor "i B aaa a* a.a mmm,> ..*>*

meetings should be held for 35 yards. Mrs. Pat Sapp. Mrs. Rod ond half of the game aa hecored .'!>. mur. domaiMtmt In lliomplalnt. $ glad Aay P ''ohnapn Fans Inc. Ocala Chrorpe

the time being.At Logsdon Mrs. Elaine Ashley .. 18 .... .la A CUioMTtO 8(
Tackles: Stefan Brokn 14. point A 38 yard I ordered that this ..10. a S vC .
and Mrs. Curtle Herrln I Inc.
the Insurance meeting ofsept >< publlantd In tka seal FU Plating
; run 'by arwood
'put Melroscclono ; o tS C Cntnplet. UTW
Johnny Moon 10. Chester School News '.Vly l ia.cea of the Hradfnrd Taken On o .
24.* the retiring president' to Bell's \ '' 441 N. Peat Stock Copper. 'IfVtul. Chnmitfli
Glenn 5.Carried. goal line On "'unty 1>lr.raph. a> duly q ialI'ltl .Fn"S
James Ptickett was presented Ball 4'1 times. The Melrone High School the next play Kirk ran 10, ', .wat. >.Pr .ubliah, .I SMI N. W. llth. .. .. PTI. Cavckntan. Utj nnubto*
Chorus plans to go to the University rnttnljn V
with an AARP emblem tie .
yards .. .
or Another .r.. Tne Custom Buffln4
Ball Carriers: Oary Cooper WITNII mr hand and theA. I S7H-7SIS 'R.t".A.
clasp: .by :Mm. Kgon.: Appreciation1 141 of Florida in Gainesville try for im extra. point was" no .r Court ai .dlark. PONE w. Reat ANTIQUE CIXANtWO *
/was expressed for his val. ynrd.i-9 carries: Stefan Thursday to hear! the good.< rh-ride. ihla September IS. DODGR DART Automatic ..Bpirs' unrrtt
I 1 srxvTK. BBAAX. .,
Brokas ass
90 In 0; Danny Hlnck JJ. tt W. Ith
Glee Club there The Chorus
uable service to the chapter Deli then scored thelisec. '$2AL) tMlOT.K T8 SflPIP AY Industrial
and the Pucketts plan to continue 73 In 12. plans to start selling candy to ond touchdown as Tren.irtwont Nt Chart. A r> rbr ,mOSK 372SITSflaktes,131. l a.'II
from! Ofv SUtKtlr. 'l. oriui (" Kf Bradf N A.,
make .u.f' City
active. In AARP workafter money. ,1
over. from the one y..rrt County, rlorld. .tr. Pt. i V
they move 'to Jackson ; Complete 0. Intercepted There will bp no dance" Friday I line. The try for two extra I tf. 10/7 Poole-Gablo N..I.- I
i Motors
I 1 1.I 1. _- WEAR e "
night following the Melroaelfawthorne
ville. points was Transmission ,
good an Williams l> TIIK: riHCI IV 4-01 NT TEWI "
First .r n. 11
Community C'him-h I Downs. 2; Rushing 1 ; football game. I kicked the bait over the goal vets rtnHTft jrnic'It.. .I a E A.CYlePRONE

The first church worship on penalties I. The next :dance! will be week line. IT nr "LORin, 1" "'n 171-4343 R._ 6 : Office>;
I Chirr
I FOR coisi's.
Yards gaIned 2$. tM '..RD yoM.a Haco
Borvlce in the educational. buildIng from Friday when Melrose Melrui finished out Utquarter I' "' "t.F"". 'dde 50.r Stakes i
waa held Sunday Oct. 3. Fumbles. 3. plays Cedar Key Let's attend with Kirk running 40 r Tropical Pontiac A a
Penalised HN-hard Salmon TBrCKS 6 $*im P'
reminded yards these ball gamesnd let!' the I.rld
yards to
1 score and
[Members are again < Jordan pa*. .. Inc. -
to be collecting rummage for boys know that _'re in there fling to Allen for the extra I -".- DI'ORI on" A J Led1Dt&k1E3. Dr4v'TSa
Aalmoa.OHItKH ,
Karen Eastee .
a .al Ie later .this month and cheering' for them." point. ''I RUCK. OMC ._ tiT3. o.n dn -cgcS
Plastic NotrlxM.k. '1I 0 the F. F. A.This iMelrotw I n.n".n' CPONTIAO GrABANT 1t
for the White Elephant.Booth at scored twice In 'Tn. "%. Mint

.and all other booths for\ the, Tvlngrnph.. jejr'a: Vocation} Agriculture final quarter or the : I IN THE V 5terlta N4MR Iss Ol'"THE 11": .TAT'" .ln siwqty !f NAY! ''-_:. RAA

I No- program U getting off with a 43 yard th"'j FU5RIDAT -y
twzaar and luncheon In run by QF 330 to,. Sttt A*. had sfrsea.SI "R& .
nlxiul a
Kar Salmoal ONI.
to" raplatal.t.. There art and It yard sun by : -
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VVVV.yVyyyyyy'VYVVYYVW Also nice to know that the I their daughter. Mrs. Gerald to his home in Maryland. v.yyvyvyvvvvvv.yy' and Mrs. Berry Dyal Sr. Sun. !Margie of Gainesville visited as of Leeeburg spent the past
i grandson of Rev. and Mrs. Bush, and her daughter all of Oa.Jack Wain/wrltfht/ and Bill Jones has accepted a day. 'with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones week with her' parents.! Mr.

Charles Harvey, who was hit Miami spent the weekend with daughter of Waycross Ga. and position with the Owens-Illin GRAHAMBy Mra. George Rivers attended and Mrs. Leon Norman.
I LAWTEY\ by at car a few weeks ago, is Mr. and, Mrs. A. C. Pearce. Louie L. Walnwrlght of Tallahassee ois Glass Co. and Is awaiting the Kelly Family reunionat Mrs. R. L. Morgan and Mrs.
able to return to school this This makes Mrs. Pearce a were visiting Mr. and passage of immigration papers her sister Mr. Gidd How- Friday.HEILBRONN % Bill Chambers spent Wednesday
By Enia Blanchard! week in Jacksonville. ,, proud great-grandmother Mrs. T. It. Wainwright Sun for high flight to the Bahamasfor Airs. VV. E. Starling ard in Fairbanks Sunday. Mrs. In Jacksonville.

Mrs. Joyce Futch, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Todor a five or sl'>J months stay. 4852.174AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4: .Rivers saw some of her relatives Robert L. Beam who Is stationed -
... 4..A......... day.Mrs. she hadn't seen in years.
Mrs. Troy Bennett. Rev. and and sons of Gainesville were A. Q. Smith and Suzanne Master Robin' Parrish has In Japan was home
Church Acllvltlei Mrs. Charles Harvey, Mrs. Ola visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. of Starke apent Sunday:! returned ta his home after un. have Evening been changed Church from services 7:30: By Mrs. A. C. Todd this week because of the death

Oraie Methodist: Sunday Stalling. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Moore Sunday. with Mr and Mrs. H. C. Barley dergolng an appendectomy at Mr. and Mrs.> Andrew Sparksof P.M. to Too: P.M. There will And Mr.. Bill Reddish I of his father, Cyrus Beam.
School, 9:45: a. m.; Worship Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Prlngle at. San- and other relatives. Alachua General Hospital. Gainesville visited! with Mr. be a revival starting October AAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAAASIIEJLBRONN Robert will be remembered as
11 a. m. and 7:30: p. in.; Piay- Charles Starling were among ford spent part of last week I Raymond Bryan Is under- NEW POST OFFICE IIOCRS and Mrs. Albert Sparks over I II 18 with Rev. Crosby of Bay- the son-in-law of Mr and
er Circle Monday, 9 a. m. those from here attending with her brother-in-law and going treatment for sinusitisin Postmaster Ned Hicks announces i the weekend and Mrs. LeeWard I less Highway bringing the BAPTIST Mrs. Jimmy Simmons. We
MYP Wednesday:! ff p. m.; Homecoming dinner at Boat- sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mc- Gainesville Medical Center. that beginning Sep and family of Gainesville messages. Let's plan now to Attention Church membersand wish to express our deepest
Choir Practice beginning at 7 drain Baptist Church. Clellan. We hope he will soon be relieved tember 30. new hours for the visited Sunday afternoon. II attend all services. friends please take notice sympathy to each of them.
p. m. Mrs. A.| H. Harley Is spendIng Sunday dinner guests of of the trouble.Mr. post office will be as follows: Happy Birthday to Lee Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas in change of time at Helltronn Mrs. R. M. Markham and
First Baptist: Sunday some time with Mr. and Mrs. Effie Miner were Mrs. I and Mrs. Robert Carltonof On Thursday and Saturday, Sparks, son of Mr. and Mrs. of Hampton vlalted wltn Mr. ; Church. Sunday School Mrs. J. D. Scott attended: the
School 10 a. m., Worship. 11a. Mrs. H. C. Harley and family.Mr. Betty Miner and sons of Jack- Jacksonville spent Sunday the post office will be closedat Albert Sparks who celebrated and Mrs. Zack Robinson re 9:50: a. m. Morning Worship funeral of their nephew In
m. and 7:30: p. m. Training and Mrs. Tye and Pam sonville and Mrs. Nell An- with Mrs. Carlton's parents, 12 noon. Other days they his 11th Birthday Sept. 30. cently. 11 ay m. Training Union 6:15: Grande Ridge. Fla. Thursday.
Union 6:30.: Midweek services attended the' Shrine Circus at drews of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce, will remain the same. Post Helping him celebrate was Bob Mrs. Nonella Abernathy and p. m. Evening Worship 7:30p. : Fi lends and relatives gathered -
Wednesday evening. the Coliseum In Jacksonville Mrs. O. J. Phillips has returned andi, family. master also urges you to pleaseuse Dyal, Harold Davis and Mr. daughter Betty Jean and m. Player Service 7; p. m. i at the home of Ray Simmons -
Church of God: Sunday Saturday night. from a visit with her Lonnie Prescott of Kingsley your zip- code, which Is and Mrs. Bobby Dyal and grandsons from Ocala were: Choir Practice 7:45: p. m. In honor of his birthday

School', 10 a. m.: Worship 11 Mr. and Mrs\ J. B. Oasklns son-in-law and daughter. Mi- Lake waa a Sunday dinner 32622 for this area. Your cooperation Dana. of Brooker. I visiting :Mr. and Mrs. H. M. sery open for all services Nl1r-1 Darley Gasklns was honored!

a. m. and 7:30: p. m.; YPE. visited their daughter Betty, and Mrs. F. M. Redd, and sons guest of hia niece, Mrs. Elizabeth will be appreciated Mr. and, (Mrs. Berry Dyal Wasdln over the weekend. Mr. cluding Training Union. Sunday with a birthday din-
Wednesday 7:30: p.: m. In Jacksonville Sunday.On of Macon Ga. Redding.Mr. PERSONALS and Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal i and Mrs. A. T. Andrews of Mrs. Harold Norman ner given, at his home by his
Highland Baptist: Sunday Monday evening Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mcdel- and Mrs. Ronnie !Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Johnlford of Hampton Lake visited with ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I home doing fine after major wife and three daughters: Mrs.

School 9:45: a. m.; Worship, Mrs. Robert O. Norman surprised lan were visiting Rev. Llnter- Clellan of Sylvanla. Ga. were Bass of Trenton visited: : their Mr. and Mra. Clarence Meltonin Gainesville were Sunday dln- surgery; In St. Vincent' Hos Jimmy Lee Mrs. Glenn Norman -

11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.; Prayer his brother Reggie, felt and family in Mlddleburg visiting his parents Mr. and:! son and family, Mr. and Mrs.J. Orlando over the weekend. WU<1ln, and Miss Rita Mengof pital.Mr. and; Mrs. Willard Williams
service Wednesday 7:30: p. with a family dinner In oele- Tuesday of last week. Mrs. L. M. McClellan, over the T. Bass recently. Let's remember the sick in Hampton was visiting; Sun- and Mrs. Freeman anj families.
m.: Choir Practice Saturday 7 bratlon of his birthday anni Mrs. Curtis Colding and weekend. Airman and Mrs. Gene Edwards our prayers. Mrs. Laverae Or- day.Mr. Crosby attended the funeralfor Training Union or.'lcers and
p. m. versary. They spent a very daughter of Lithia visited son of Mr. and Mrs. ton who Ia a patient in Alachua ''I and Mrs. J. W. Sasuer Thomas Scott In Live Oak teachers met at the Church

On Sunday afternoon a bap- pleasant evening. lends and relatives here over .TTTl .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER Ernest Edwards, are spendinga General Hospital and Mra. of Georgia have returnjd home Friday.Mr. Thursday evening for the pur-
tising service was held at Mrs. Nell Phillips and Ken- the weekend. two weeks leave here with Bunnie Broughton i Ia in Brad- after a visit with her parents and Mrs. D. L. Kite pose of planning the New
Kingsley Lake. Four memberswere ny of Gainesville spent Sun- Mrs. Earl Starling of Lake- his parents as well as visiting ford County Hospital, and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Ha gen. spent Tuesday In Gainesville. Year work. Harold Norman.
baptised at this time. day afternoon with Mrs. Mae land spent/the weekend with other friends and relatives. Mrs. Janie Smith has received Mr. H. D. Barnes has been Keith Reddish and Ray I Training Union director was
Wells. her brother-in-law and sister. Airman Edwards is stationed word that her sister called to Pennsylvania due to Noiman attended the football in charge.
The pastor. Rev. C. M. Tyler Howell of California is .
Rev. Ernest Bailey attended Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins, By Betty lIsbonLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I at Lockburn Air Force Base Myrtle the death of her brotherinlaw.Mr. game In St. Augustine Friday I!
Is holding revival servicesat
in the hospital. and Mrs. Kenneth Star-
& District Ministers meetingin and: Mrs. Carl Hilllard. Mrs. at Columbus Ohio. evening Plastic Notebook $%.50 at the
of the Moultria Oa. of
one Robbie Hines and family of Brooker visited with
Gainesville. Later a lunch- Hilliard returned with her fora Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green ling Mr. and Mri. Donald Thom.. TELEGRAPH.LAWSON'S .
churches. Rev. A. L. and Mrs.
Baptist and Mr.
Hampton Mr. and Mrs.> Kate Starling recently. -
visit. PTA MEETING had' their son and wife. Mr.
eon was served. : I I .
Fewox of Jacksonville is fillingIn Tommy Faulting of Dunnellon -
during his absence.Mr. Sunday) visitors of Mrs. R. I Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Oasklns The Brooker PTA met at and Mrs. Wilson Green as visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jack I
and Mrs. Billy Norman W Mosley, Sr and Mr. and i were weekend visitors of their the school lunchroom on September weekend fruesta. Robinson Sunday. Mr. Robinson -, Mr. ana Mrs. Jennings Starling MARKETCold
Mrs. Leo Dyal were R. W. son-in-law and daughter Mr. 30. The meeting was Mayor M. O. Harrell attended word 'hat his and Mike and11': and
announce the arrival of a has received
Mo.sley. Jr. of Orlando and called to order the the State1 Farmery Meeting Mra. Eddie Starling end Shlela
daughter, Lisa Paulett, on and Mrs. Harold Wise, In by president nephew George Robinson of I Storage Grocery Store
September 27 In a Starke hos daughters Marsha and Car- Woodland, Ga. Bill Bigham. Main :discussion (held last week at Winter Groan City has died from burns have moved to Miami for a
olynn. and:! son, Wayne who Mrs. L. M. McClellan and of the evening was the Haven. he received from an explosionat few months.
j and Mrs. Brough-
Mr.' Bobby
pital.We are recovering from Injuries I Mrs. J. R. Devore spent Friday Halloween Carnival to be held':! Med and Mrs. Horace Stokesof Shamrock recenUy.
are pleased to say that ton and ''baby of Gainesville
from a car wreck several! with their nephew, D. W. at the school on Saturday Oct. Gainesville were Sunday Mr. and Mrs.> Lonnie Coodge I .
Mrs. T. of Mrs.Mattle
L. Wainwright, Mrs. were Sunday guests
weeks ago. We are glad they Prlnjrle and family In Jack 30. The supper menu was approved night dinner guests of his of Stark were dinner guestsof i I Mr.
George Estes, and D. A. Jones Davis last Friday.
are recovering so nicely.Mr. lIOn villI'. and changed from mother. Mrs. Alberta Stokes. Mr. and Mrs. Berry DyalJr.
Donald Bonls and
are recuperating at home and Mrs.
and Mrs. Harold Sapp Miss/ Patty Bryan was honored chicken to f1Sh\The activities The Earl Green's houseguest Sunday 1 after.
after visited
several days in hospital. I Terry Sunday
I with a birthday dinneron will be primarily the same as I for the weekend was Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald: Boals noon. Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Pearl
her 16th anniversary by last year. The big attractionlast I I Green's mother. Mrs. Tom of Gainesville visited with Mr. :Markey and Mrs. Mattie So-

her mother. Mrs. Raymond Year was the dance contest Steele of Vero Beach. Visiting t wells of Brooker attended services .
Serving Florida Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and It was agreed to have the Greens on Wednesday was, Morris Roy Carlton and Mar- at Etoniah Primitive

Since 1950 Jacobs of Gainesville, and it returned again. There will Mrs. Joe Wentherington of sha. Ann. and Mr. Resale Carl- Baptist Church near Palatka
Brenda Bennett enjoyed helping be live ponies for th<" youngsters Leesburg.An I ton of Fairbanks; :Mr.\. and Sunday.
ffloritta Creeling Service. 1ntJ. her to ride Lee and
celebrate. thU year along Impromptu family reunion !- Mrs. Albert Crosby Mr*. Zelda Rhoden visited
Miss Tery Pons who Is attending with the tractor-hayride. and get together WM Jane and Ruth and Lee Crosby -I
with her sister Mrs. Gussle
.. .
.. ...r.....,.,. the and Starke Mr and Mrs.
University of FlorIda Young old alike always held at the horn of Mrs. S.M... of ; Cradford in St. George, Ga. on
in Gainesville, spent the t enjoy the cake walk and this Mott on Sunday afternoon. Wilbur Add1 on. Patty and Sunday.Mr. Let Us Prepare Your Beef and
Mrs. Lucile Cordially weekend with her grandparents year will be no exception. Our Mrs. Mott'a son, Ralph was!;I I Debbie and Mr. and Mrs. Jim-I and :Mrs. John McKln-
GodwinRepresentative ,. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Red.. new principal. V. R. Ferguson home from Silver Springs. Md. I miff Owens and Renee oft' !1 ney and Rosalee attended Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We .
J1 Welcomes dish. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dor-. was formally Introduced: as and, most of the family cam Jacksonville: Mrs. Beadle church services and sing at
1013 E. Call St. man an-j: sore of Jacksonville! was Mrs. Marie Davis, new by to catch up on the happen-I I Conerly of Hague; Mrs. Mattie I Bo&tdrain Baptist Church on will Pick-up and Rutcher. Thert wit] be a
#. You and Your visited the Reddlshes during r seventh and eighth grade ings. Attendlnlt''_re Mr. ant 1'I Sowella. Mrs. Lloyd Dyal. and 1 Sunday and attended the funeral Small Fee fur I'ick.up.-.RutcherIng cows $.1.00 per

Starke Family to Your the weekend. I teacher. Another new teacher, Mrs. H. H. Mott and Janice., j Mr. and Mrs. Richard Andrews I of Eston Brown of Head and Hide. hogs 3c per IbCleaned Weight.
Ph. 961-5321 New Home I Mr.) and Mrs. O. J. Andert J not present Is Miss Jackie Mr. and Mrs. M. L. TUghmai i I \ apt Tracy of Lake Butler and Starke on Monday, For Chill-cut and wrapping S'/ic per Ib. with paper.
spent Sunday afternoon li 1, Parrlsh alternating between and children. Mr and Mrs 1.1 Mrs. Ralph Mott of Silver'I I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Surren-
Jacksonville with their son-in.. I the seventh and eighth grades Pasco Mott and Carol Ann i. Springs. Md. cy have gone back to Tampa We Sell Reef and Pork for Home Freezers
The State of FloridaIt law and daughter Mr. anc I and the fUth and sixth grades,' and Mr and Mrs. Elbert Mott L. i EXPLANATION: A cold I',I' after staying"" her for a while.
Mrs. Johnny Jenkins an<1\ The room count was won bj Mark and Gregory all 0 f j; hrlmi Is one that Is not hot)I Mrs. Wilma Starting and I Phone 964-8281$ 2lK Washington St.
Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome! and 'I '
_! ____u __ _.. children. Mrs. Davis. The teachers served Gainesville: Mr and Mrs. '. baby and daughters Sylvia and .
10 Acquaint YOU With Your \1\y.; The tenth birthday anniversary \ refreshments! for the first -

I of Cindy Duck was cele- PTA meeting. A meeting of the

If you are new in the area, a phone brated with a family dinnerby executive board of the PTA
hen parents. Her brother- was held on Wednesday night
call will bring you a prompt visit in-law and sister Mr. and I at the home of Bill Blgham.At .

Mrs. Edwin Nolan, and ) this meeting most of the The Giant-Killer Rides !
from local hostess. Please
your give daughter of Jacksonville were ,: plans for the carnival were Again

her a call! She has maps and many present for the occasion. I made and; some discussion on
Recent visitors of Mr. and the future activities of the

free and wonderful gifts for you Mrs. James Wainwright were PTA. Serving on the refresh
Mr and Mrs. Douglas Thomas ment committee for the year
from local businesses. fc and laughter of Sylvester. are Flo Quicksoll. Lucille! Edwards American Motors Challenges the "Big 3"of

and Betty Rabon.
WEINER ROAST Detroit-With 4 New Lines of '66
Miss: Diane Jones Invited a

. "Iameles group get-together of friends and recently weiner roast at. a Cars that Give the Public What it Wants.

- r5i:: ;< :-::;: .,\ .. electric There! was) no special occasion: _
"safer .. but the 'oung r folks lUte to !get last time it was size. This time? Quality! Quality that't built in-not

. ; cooking 7 I. together and! have fun and so.cialize. added on. The promise: more built-in quality features at no extra price.
sure is laster Mr. and Mrs. Bill
\ cheaper Jones. Diane's parents, helped _ Remember _hfn American Motors cam ,
cleanej! to) host the evening.! out with the trim little Rambler and _ _
I I: cooler too.' 4-11 CLUB MEETINGThe knorkml the Detroit "Giants" on their. t :i

.. ; .. Brooker 4-H Club met collective ear. ? Overnight, bite Ins and fat
: '. \ ... last week' at the Community (ami) yachts went out of style. American
: o' ,
.... .,- &vr Center with Mr. Taylor and Motor came alone with the right rsrmat _ _
.. Miss McCain. Home Demonstration '. the right time and caught the competition
Agent for Bradford napping. This year almost oJ/the automobiles
County. Mr. aocut: new razite-dsizle Karnhk-r. Outperforms every other ear In Its elan(with uland- odd. llambler-sixerara.
the Taylor talked to ard engine t). '.1).o Itoc..... reslly come with rally .HlrlpeaT'I," -N.. but with! the big new Hound. one Is "Ciaat.Kllkr.; ('.." Whs!
boys and
girls about dairyIng engine they drh.that way."'66 Rambler American' Ko and livestock. Pat Catitten. the (lump. on .". big boys with.. s sew rally. somi-M usiirrn sim.r m urtrr. Only 5I
r ,. president gave a report on hII'I' I Intern Quality!A new kind.''quiet' quality. *IU( (and Amerirsa Motor) offers
recent trip to the- State 4-H that Is built In a. slssdard. equlsmenl. enevery safely ssraafe wlib a I>e ble-Ksfrty
meet. The young people made i car'1 n I"fce line. brake system at n eitra cst I CsdlUsc.
plans for a hamburger fry to |I This, Is the American Motors credo. __________________
be held at the Community Qadl"III4l'.r.Uia-.rooIlIIkW ... First
Center Chaperones were Mrs ,' determine what has to CO into a car to
I Pearl Markey and Mr. Sparks I'I'I I _____ make it stronger. safer, more dependable, r
and Mr. ,more unou*. Then put i il,Ik#,.. Retard-
and Mrs. Leroy 1 less of cost. Build it in.

Stokes. II Ready to .be rMvturrd" ? Reedy!*mrsrUed 1'\t

PERSONALSMr. _ ;Cheek. .this.. safe for s preview.r.....
and Mrs. Buster' Hines t .sleek. chsllenfer. I were Friday night visitors at Then admire .Ike.. ntyllng ., .IbeM. eirltinfnew \ .1

the J. T, Bass home' as were : rar*. W ben ,es .ks. *. 11.."'....... sJesMft c, : .____
his I .. .IMTM and -
parents. Mr. and Mr. ( your I S. Ike friendly
... Bl'
stwT-rs leanT ...,-. w. 'E
C.lsnl-Klller; la
Johnlford) Bass of Trenton.Mr. your 'town, yew Americas ....lsi.dard. rngisen.Spiny .,.!"' 14I -..-

Enjoy a flameless Electric Range and Mrs. J. T. Parrlsh *MonRsmbler... >* have moved from .. I .. .. .
Brooker back I- lekandlelkeclMreefgeorieleellM.TV .
_ _ _ _ _ _
to Lake Butler. We're sorry to
forthefulirange. Ii) lose them. but wish them the .e.tttnewroomyoomflsmblee.fleesn'IrTampysureIie.usyvurkg.s" / .sr jronr family. PREMIERE THURSDAY NIGHT! SM the MW Amtrican Motors M car onTh
best or your porhvlbook.. Think you knew a Itambfer .hm jvt. n>.T Think a.aJn. look -
back home. Eunice will again. See the '66 Rambler.. (laiwic Re"'a." roar friendly GIa..- n..O. ....r 7lk. Audi Griffith. D.. kaolIn,Jim Nairn Special.,"CBS-TV. October 7th
of cooking pleasure Beauty be working Shop.back at McLrod's' _

.... ,
I, Mrs. Pearl Colson has come

Flamelesa cooking Is another step toward the joy of low-cost .. home to Brooker to reopen the
Beauty Shop! here. She Is pre
total electric living. With all its modern benefits Sunshine sently living In the Rosle Pin-

'. Service electricity is also today's biggest bargain. The average glad holster. to have house! her We back are and! very will

price per residential kilowatt hour is actually 31% cheaper than welcome the sight of the open
doors at the
I just 10 Five major rate reductions made during shop. !
years ago Mr. and Mea J. T, Bass and _ _
this period are saving our customers: over $27 million a"eu. family and yours truly and
family attended a fish- fry and

birthday supper recently In
call ma aheap'.kate. High Springs Honoree of the

... day was Cecil Williams De. .

I love Itt! licious ftah. huahpuppln. baked
beans cole slaw grits tea.
coffee, and cake! were! served -- -
r z'J.aJ I I I.t to the guests. On Sunday Mrs. uun.M '*$ by American Motors. Full-nix famlly-alie sports fallback seats 6-hi com. a.sssius.s.etb America Mot..... Now ywa ass karw gus tmt hmry car white
: St. tfu kmuli/ul. sew > William surprised her fort. (Eve with bucket seals.* Flip down the front and rear srnuresls and turn your ,_'re till young enovgb .. y IL CoikHtprisg seats. Ilk* Cadllbw. DoableSafetyMsrlln ..

ti'y :; ,,. ., .. rltctric rananmodtrn itfrd ;;d&js' with a family dinner husband In Into a J 4.2.) Iton't mlm II al your friendly Cilant.Klller's on October 7lb. .brakes. like. Cadillac. Price? Uke Imsaia. rOW?.Citatie.t Re*sre lo_ II October 1....

':? Of colon plume, too.*dtaltr-at your itout, us honor certainly of his had birthday a fine. All time.of SEE YOUR FRIENDLY GIANT-KILLER, YOUR AMERICAN MOTORS/RAMBLER/ DEALER

... .' Mrs. Mae Mott and son of
FLORIDA I POWER ft 11111'1 I COMPANY Silver Springs. Md. visited

i HILHN9 IUIIO H.OHIOA friends and relatives in Greenville .... DODD'S AUTO SALES 528 S. Walnut St.
a couple of days, last week. ,
Mr. Mott hu since returned! .........


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